Javid's new espionage bill to tackle threats

Foreign spies in the UK maybe mandated to register their names in a list under a new espionage bill which aims to tackle threats from hostile states, as suggested by Home Secretary Sajid Javid. Asking Home Office officials and counter-terror...

Asian Women and Cars: Road to Independence

Dawinder Bansal, is an award winning producer and artist whose performances and immersive installations are informed by cultural heritage and contemporary community stories.

Air India flight delayed: 300 stuck for 33 hours in Vienna

About 300 passengers of the Mumbai-London Air India flight AI 131, which departed from Mumbai on Tuesday 7th May, were stranded at Vienna for nearly 33 hours after the flight was diverted owing to technical reasons.

Rajiv Gandhi used INS Viraat as taxi for family vacation: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the late Rajiv Gandhi of using India’s premier warship, INS Virat, as his “personal taxi” to go for a vacation to a special island with his family friends when he was Prime Minister of the country

France seeks UN Security Council seat for India

The French envoy to the United Nations said that India and nations like Germany, Brazil and Japan are “absolutely needed” as permanent members of a reformed and enlarged UN Security Council

Air India flight delayed: 300 stuck for 33 hours in Vienna

About 300 passengers of the Mumbai-London Air India flight AI 131, which departed from Mumbai on Tuesday 7th May, were stranded at Vienna for nearly 33 hours after the flight was diverted owing to technical reasons.

Chetna Makan was named last week’s star baker because of her use of Indian flavours. Winning this would make her the first non-British contestant to take the crown.

Southern Cross Austereo, the radio company behind the prank call to Royal nurse Jacintha Saldanha, donated 500,000 Australian dollars (£289,000) to a trust fund for the benefit of the deceased nurse's family following an inquest into her suicide...

Southern Cross Austereo, the radio company behind the prank call to Royal nurse Jacintha Saldanha, donated 500,000 Australian dollars (£289,000) to a trust fund for the benefit of the deceased nurse's family following an inquest into her suicide...



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