Bookie Sanjeev Chawla loses appeal, to be extradited to India

Alleged cricket bookie Sanjeev Chawla has lost his last-ditch battle in the UK high court and is all set to be extradited to India to face charges of match-fixing

BAME offenders face bias in drug offences cases

Black and minority ethnic (BAME) offenders face bias in drug offences cases. According to a research commissioned by Sentencing Council, BAME offenders are more likely to be sent to prison for drug offences than others

India to take steps to ease investment by NRIs

India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that the government would soon take steps to ease investment by Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in India

India loses key friend with the death of Sultan Qaboos

India has lost a key friend in the Gulf region with the death of Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said of Oman. Sultan Qaboos, the longest-serving leader of the modern Arab world, died last week at the age of 79

Statue of Unity named in eight wonders of SCO

Sardar Patel's Statue of Unity built on the banks of the Narmada river has been named as the eight wonders of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

PIO professor fired for FB post on Iran

An Indian-American professor, who posted a joke on Facebook about the ongoing Iran situation, has been fired by his college

On Thursday 23rd January, there are by-elections being conducted in three electoral wards of Barnhill, Wembley Central and Alperton. While there are two vacancies in Barnhill, one in Alperton and one in Wembley Central. There are eight candidates...

On Thursday 23rd January, there are by-elections being conducted in three electoral wards of Barnhill, Wembley Central and Alperton. While there are two vacancies in Barnhill, one in Alperton and one in Wembley Central. There are eight candidates...



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