Indian Army Memorial Room re-opens in Sandhurst after significant refurbishment

An iconic room Indian Army Memorial Room dedicated to remember the 2.5 million soldiers who fought in the British army has re-opened after significant refurbishment, at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst with unseen items from its collection.

Gandhi statue unveiled in Scotland on his 150th birthday

A 6ft 4in statue of Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled at Ayr Town Hall in Scotland commemorating Bapu's 150th birth anniversary

NRC won't be implemented in West Bengal: Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government will not allow the implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the state

Firecracker factory blast in Punjab kills 23

A major blast at a firecracker factory in Batala town of Punjab killed over 23 people and injured more than a dozen others, some of them seriously

No role for ‘outsiders’ in internal matters, say PM Modi, Putin

India and Russia affirmed their stand against the role of “outside influences” in the internal matters of any nation, a statement seen in the context of the changes in Jammu & Kashmir and the developing scenario in Afghanistan

Iran to free seven Indian crew members from seized UK tanker

Seven Indian crew members aboard a British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran in July are being released, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said

In a bid to save the UK's curry industry, Home Secretary Priti Patel is planning to lift immigration restriction on skilled chefs. It comes amidst fears that the UK's favourite takeaway is at risk of extinction as specialist cooks cannot get...



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