May survives no-confidence vote

Prime Minister Theresa May survived a vote of no-confidence over her handling of Britain's departure from the European Union. However, her margin of victory was significantly narrower than her supporters expected. May won by 200 votes to 117, meaning a third of her parliamentary party failed to back her. May said she was “grateful” for the support, acknowledging the “significant” number of MPs who voted against her. She said, “I have listened to what they said. We now need to get on with the job of delivering Brexit.”

May survives no-confidence vote

Prime Minister Theresa May survived a vote of no-confidence over her handling of Britain's departure from the European Union. However, her margin of victory was significantly narrower than her supporters expected. May won by 200 votes to 117,...

National Museum in Copenhagen pay tribute to Indian culture

Part of the Scandinavian countries, Denmark comprises of a bunch of islands together, with Copenhagen as their capital. The National Museum in Copenhagen stands witness to their organised recording skills. Even locals are extremely proud of...

RBI v/s Modi Government: 3 years & 3 governors

Urjit Patel, India’s central bank governor, has abruptly resigned following a tussle with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government over the Reserve Bank's independence and a wide range of central bank policies. The Indian rupee plummeted 1.6...

Mallya on the way Back

Vijay Mallya, the Indian businessmen involved in the case of defunct Kingfisher Airlines (KFA), can be extradited from the UK to face fraud and money laundering allegations in India, the Westminster magistrates' court has ruled. 

Serena Williams debuts in Forbes’ Most Powerful Women list

The 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams has finally found a place on Forbes’ list of the world’s most powerful women.

Kapil Dev in BCCI's panel to pick Women's coach

The BCCI has formed an ad-hoc panel comprising of former Indian cricketers Shantha Rangaswamy, Kapil Dev and Anshuman Gaekwad to help appoint a new head coach for the national women's cricket team.

Leading Lights with Rani Singh

Leading Lights with Rani Singh : Nitin Sawhney composes entire original score for Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

  • 13 Dec 2018

The soundtrack composed by Nitin Sawhney for the hit Andy Serkis- directed film that just launched across the world; Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, is the result of being a British Asian composer, he tells us.

One to One with Keith Vaz MP

One to One with Keith Vaz : Kish Bhudia

  • 13 Dec 2018

Kish Bhudia was born, raised, educated and worked in Wembley for most of his life. 

Anish Bhuva: MRImypacemaker

The NHS has notoriously suffered budget cuts that have restricted quality patient care, and undermined the confidence of its staff. Anish, a cardiology registrar, has started a British campaign, MRImypacemaker, which is expanding to other countries,...

Shoaib Bajwa: CTD Advisors and a New Era of British Business

CTD Advisors are at the forefront of UK business, advanced and highly focussed, in a world that’s perpetually morphing, and finding itself somewhat overwhelmed. “Since the time of the Second World War,” Shoaib, founder of the specialist strategic...



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