India lose match & top spot to Great Britain
Harmanpreet Singh’s men halved that deficit but with India coming out to attack in the fourth quarter, Great Britain put the game to bed with minutes remaining on the clock.
Indian connection with Britain's royal ceremonies dates back to Queen Victoria
It is with Victoria that we have such a link with India, because of her connection with Abdul Karim from whom she learnt Urdu; she was so fond of India, though she never visited due to old age.
UK economy rebounds after swerving recession
GDP had dropped 0.5 per cent in December amid widespread strikes as many workers protested over pay that has failed to keep pace with runaway inflation.
'Herstory' trend brings 'forgotten women's lives' out of shadows in Britain
At London's Covent Garden opera venue, visitors can now discover the theatre's own "herstory" on a tour celebrating the many forgotten women who helped shape it.
Prince Harry says always felt 'different' from other UK royals
"I feel a huge responsibility not to pass on any trauma or negative experiences that I've had as a kid or as a man growing up," he said.
G20 nations launch billion-dollar pandemic fund to tackle next global pandemic
The United States has contributed $450 million to the fund, nearly a third of the total. The fund's other major donors include Britain, India, China, France, Canada, Australia and Japan.
UK newspaper 'The Guardian' loses court challenge over Prince Philip's will
Prince Philip, who was also known as the Duke of Edinburgh, died in April last year, just weeks short of his 100th birthday, after more than a month in hospital.
Princess Diana's mother called her this for dating Muslim men, reveals new documentary
The revelation was made by Diana's former butler Paul Burrell, who came forward in Smithsonian Channel's newest documentary 'Princess Diana's 'Wicked' Stepmother''.
18 Indians among 23 crew members on British tanker seized by Iran
US pulled from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA) in 2018, blaming Tehran for supporting state-sponsored terrorism and conflicts.
After US pulls out of Iran nuclear deal, France, Germany, Britain say 'committed' to upholding accord
French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday that France, Germany and Britain regretted US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Brickbats and bouquets for Narendra Modi during UK visit
Modi was mobbed by supporters from the Indian Diaspora as well as people protesting against the series of recent rapes in India when he reached Downing Street.
Britain at UN says Syria strikes were 'right and legal
Air strikes by the three allies on Saturday hit three targets that Western officials said were linked to chemical weapons development in the Damascus and Homs areas.
Syria airstrikes: 'Mission Accomplished', tweets US President Trump
His choice of words after his second decision in two years to fire missiles against Syria recalled a similar claim associated with President George Bush following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
As royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle nears, brands benefit from 'Meghan effect'
The wedding is expected to generate more than 1 billion pounds of economic activity, including 300 million pounds in tourism.
As spy crisis deepens, Russia says Britain must cut more than 50 diplomats
On Friday, Moscow summoned British ambassador Laurie Bristow, giving London a month to cut the number of diplomatic staff to the same number Russia has in Britain.
Russia to expel four German diplomats in spy tit-for-tat says Berlin
Russia will expel four German diplomats in a tit-for-tat response to Berlin ordering four Russian agents to leave Germany over the poisoning of an ex-spy in Britain.
Britain, Russia spy sagas: Past sanctions
Russia announced on Saturday the expulsion of 23 British diplomats in a tit-for-tat move following London's response to a nerve agent attack against a Russian former double agent in England.
Russia expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning crisis
The crisis erupted after Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were exposed to a Soviet-designed nerve agent on March 4, leaving them in critical condition.
UK to invest 48 million pounds in chemical weapons defence after spy poisoning
Given international conventions that prohibit the use of chemical weapons, research conducted at Porton Down is defensive in nature, according to the defence ministry.
Russia rejects Britain's ultimatum, wants access to nerve agent
He insisted that Moscow was not to blame for the poisoning of the former agent said it was ready to cooperate with London.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test