Neasden Temple marks International Day of Yoga with the Indian High Commission

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London – popularly known as ‘Neasden Temple’ – welcomed the Indian High Commission and several guests to celebrate the International Day of Yoga on Tuesday 21 June 2022.

Trade Envoy to Rwanda, Uganda and DRC, Lord Popat hails the success of CHOGM

CHOGM brought together the Commonwealth Heads of Governments as well as ministers and business leaders. They were hosted by the Rwandan Government in Kigali which allowed them to show the world the transformation they have undergone and demonstrate...

Budget a roadmap for ‘New Punjab': CM Mann

Chandigarh: Punjab finance minister Harpal Singh Cheema on Monday presented the state budget for the 2022-23 financial year. No new taxes were proposed in the budget. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann described budget as balanced, development-oriented...

Power struggle in AIADMK between OPS and EPS

Chennai: Tamil Nadu's opposition AIADMK, caught in a huge power tussle between its two top leaders, has decided to go ahead with the General Council meet on July 11 to pave way for the elevation of former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam.

Grand welcome for PM Modi in Germany

Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted a thrilling video detailing the great reception he received in Germany. On June 26, PM Modi flew into Munich for the G7 summit, where he met representatives from the G7 and its partner nations and held talks...

World’s first glass temple in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur: The Arulmigu Sri Raja Kaliamman temple located in Jalan Tebrau, Johor Baru, Malaysia, is now world’s first glass Hindu temple. S. Sinnathamby, temple chairman, said that 95 per cent of the temple’s walls, ceiling, domes and pillars...

Considering the recent spike in Covid infections, Downing Street confirmed it is keeping tabs on the two Omicron variant spin-offs that might be responsible for the spike. Also, Boris Johnson's spokesman claimed that the situation is being monitored...

On the final day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, the UK committed a further £217 million for three major education projects across Commonwealth countries on Saturday. The funding is being done to support global education data...

British celebrities including Sophie Okonedo and David Harewood have urged Commonwealth leaders in Rwanda to oppose the UK’s plan to deport refugees to the country. The celebrities said it shows a “colonial view” of Africa as a “dumping ground”.



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