BATTING FOR DIVERSITY

History was etched once again at Lords, on Sunday when England won the nail-biting super-over final against New Zealand to clinch the ICC Cricket World Cup for the first time. Now, Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Eoin Morgan's cricket...

UK government and City of London hosts India Day

Department for International Trade and City of London Corporation hosted India Day – a day long programme of speeches, panels and discussions at Mansion House, after first-ever India Day was marked in the Houses of Parliament on Monday 24 June....

Millions in danger as floods ravage India, Nepal and Bangladesh

The death toll in South Asia continues to rise after flooding and landslides ravaged the border region of India and Nepal, leaving tens of thousands displaced and millions affected

India aborts Chandrayaan-2 launch an hour before blast off

India called off the launch of much awaited second lunar mission scheduled on 15 July shortly before the lift-off citing a technical snag

Former SA President Zuma denies breaking law with Gupta Brothers

Former South African president Jacob Zuma struck a defiant tone and told a corruption inquiry that he had never broken the law with the Gupta Brothers, describing the businessmen at the centre of an influence-peddling scandal as friends

JAINA convention in California attracts over 3,500 people

JAINA, the Federation of Jain Associations in North America, along with Jain Center of Southern California and Jain Center of Los Angeles, hosted its 20th biennial convention at the Ontario Convention Center

Failure to address educational inequalities in England means taxpayers have to "pay twice", says an alliance of 25 education organisations. Unless every child gets a fair chance, the cost of schooling is followed by more expense later, it says....



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