Dr Vijay Chauthaiwale to visit UK

Dr Vijay Chauthaiwale, in-charge of Foreign Affairs Dept for the Bharatiya Janata Party will be visiting UK from 26-29 June to principally participate in the UK-India Conclave in Buckinghamshire on 26 June.

BROKEN UK-INDIA TIES?

Ahead of the first ever India day celebrated in the UK's Parliament, the new British Parliamentary inquiry report has shocked the country's 1.5 mn Indian diaspora, who believed that the two countries have actually strengthened their diplomatic...

Ed Davey's Modi connection

The Liberal Democrats leadership candidate speaks on climate change, broken immigration system, Brexit divide and working with Narendra Modi for stronger India-UK trade relations. 

International Widows Day

The United Nations marks 23rd June of every year as International Widows Day to highlight the abuse of millions of widows and their children across the world who endure extreme poverty, ostracism, violence, ill health and discrimination due...

Modi slams supporters of terror at SCO

Speaking at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit in Kyrgyzstan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of terrorism and said nations which provided encouragement, support and financial help to the menace needed to be called out

Punjabi girl dies in Arizona desert as mother looks for water

A six-year-old girl from Punjab died of heat stroke in an Arizona desert after her mother left her with other migrants to go in search of water, a medical examiner and US Border Patrol said

Amidst immigration debates running for the last few weeks, a plan of stricter border control, by the Labour party which may lead to the recruitment of 1,000 more border and immigration enforcement staff, has faced severe backlash by the Home...

A High Court in London made legal history when it banned two Birmingham-based men, aged 27 and 31, who were suspected of sexual predation, from approaching girls under the age of 18. This was facilitated by the use of a civil injunction in lieu...

Female business owners across the country will benefit from additional mentoring support, Women and Equalities Minister Jo Swinson has announced on Tuesday evening, at the British Bankers' Association (BBA)2014 Mentorsme Awards for Excellence...

British aid charity 'Islamic Relief', who have been enlisted to work on £12.5 million valued projects with the Department for International Development,...

The world celebrates 25 years of the fall of the Berlin Wall, this year. During my visit to the city on this weekend, it was a pleasant surprise to see a bust of Mahatma Gandhi, in a Museum at the Checkpoint Charlie- a point of control between...



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