Lawyer's cycling marathon for widows in Kashmir

On 3rd February, an international lawyer and philanthropist will embark on a cycling journey to fundraise for widows of Jammu and Kashmir. Chris Parsons, who is a lawyer at the international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills, will cycle over...

Indian envoy hosts spectacular Republic Day celebration in UK

Addressing a gathering of the Indian diaspora members and UK ministers and officials at the annual celebration organised by the Indian High Commission in London on Monday to mark the 71st Republic Day celebration, the High Commissioner of India...

Special plane ready to fly 250 Indians out of coronavirus-hit Wuhan

India will request China for a possible evacuation of over 250 Indians from Wuhan, the government said after a review meeting by the cabinet secretary to evaluate the situation arising out of the new coronavirus outbreak in the neighbouring...

Centre, Assam, Bodo outfits sign landmark peace pact

A tripartite accord signed between the Centre, Assam government and Bodo representatives, including all factions of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) that has waged a violent struggle, holds out prospects for peace with all sides...

PIO gets 66 months' jail for role in US opioid crisis

John Kapoor, the founder of Insys Therapeutics Inc, was sentenced to 66 months in prison for his role in a bribery and fraud scheme that contributed to the US opioid crisis

India slams Pak for spewing venom and false narrative on Kashmir

India has slammed Pakistan for 'spewing venom and false narratives' of monumental proportions in the United Nations, saying it takes to hate speech like fish takes to water and 'obfuscates' the international community from the truth as Islamabad...

Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit has arrested three more men in connection with the death of 18-year-old Mohammed Aman Ashraq, from Slough, who was stabbed in Benjamin Lane, Wexham. 



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