A study by Surrey and Southampton Universities has recently revealed that people who are overweight or obese and have darker skin tones could be at greater risk of catching Covid-19. The findings may help to explain disproportionate levels of...

Fundraiser veteran who wishes to visit India awarded knighthood

Captain Tom Moore, the 100-year-old veteran who served in India, and has raised a record over 32 billion pounds for charity during the coronavirus crisis to help the National Health Service (NHS), will be knighted by the Queen Elizabeth II

India, China fortifying troops along disputed borders

India's relations with China and Nepal deteriorated recently following the aggressive stand taken by the both the countries on the disputed borders

International flights could start by middle of June: Aviation Minister

There is no need to quarantine air passengers who show "green" status on the Aarogya Setu app, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Saturday during an online discussion with the public to clarify norms governing resumption of domestic...

Indian-American venture capitalist hosts virtual fundraiser for Biden

A leading Indian-American global venture capitalist has hosted a virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden, who is the presumptive presidential nominee of the opposition Democratic Party

India is an important partner in Afghan development: top US official

Asserting that India has a critical role to play in the Afghan peace and development, a senior diplomat said that the US believed that a 'healthy' Afghanistan is going to need to have a 'healthy relationship' with New Delhi

On Tuesday 24th March former Indian Foreign Secretary was chief guest at a seminar titled “The Radicalisation of Youth in the UK & Beyond: Causes and Effects” in the House of Commons.

The sealed tomb of King Richard III has been unveiled in Leicester Cathedral. The king's coffin was lowered into a vault below the cathedral floor during a reinterment service last Thursday.

Wednesday 25th March there was a sponsored event in the Disraeli Room of the luxurious Carlton Club, home to Conservatives. The atmosphere was cosy and warm and the Disraeli Room saw animated networking among the insolvency community of London.

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