'Why does Congress 'hate' Indian culture so much': Amit Shah on 'Sengol' row
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had claimed there was no documented evidence of Mountbatten or Nehru describing the Sengol as a symbol of transfer of power by the British to India.
'Violence is what I hate most': British novelist Martin Amis dies at 73
The Holocaust was the topic of Amis' novel “Time's Arrow” and Josef Stalin's reign in Russia in “House of Meetings,” examples of how his writing explored the dark soul.
INTERVIEW: ‘Non-academic writing encourages a fresh look’, says Nandini Das
Nandini Das speaks to Trisha Mukherjee about her new book, and how it goes beyond geographical history to tell the story of pre-British India
Renowned Sanskrit scholar from Karnataka Dr Nandakumara chosen for highest UK civilian award
A prolific Sanskrit scholar and teacher, Dr Nandakumara is currently heading the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in London.
Reliance brings British coffee shop Pret A to India
The maiden store is being launched in Maker Maxity, Mumbai and according to Reliance, this will be the first of many shops set to open later this year.
Paul Cattermole of UK pop group S Club 7 dies at 46
“We were so lucky to have had him in our lives and are thankful for the amazing memories we have,” the band said.
King Charles III supports probe into British monarchy's slave ties
Charles takes the issue "profoundly seriously" and academics will be given access to the royal collection and archives, the palace said.
Gender equality inevitable in F1, says Red Bull chief Horner
The aim was to have a 50 per cent split between males and females across the whole organisation, from the cockpit to the engineers and the boardroom.
Ramnad students find British-era coins near Sethukarai sea in TN
Students of SSAM Government Higher Secondary School found 200-year-old coins near Sethukarai sea on Thursday.
Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
The Indian High Commission in London has been working to counter disinformation circulating around developments in Punjab, related to enforcement action against the separatist group 'Waris Punjab De'.
SRM students showcase their talent in Vietnam
The international conference has been conducted in collaboration with UNICEF, UNO, and UN Women.
British colonialist Cecil John Rhodes' grave haunts Zimbabweans
In neighbouring South Africa, students at the University of Cape Town launched a "Rhodes-Must-Fall" protest in 2015, initially to pull down Rhodes's statue at the campus.
BBC crisis escalates as players, stars rally behind Lineker
Lineker was suspended on Friday from his role as presenter of the BBC’s flagship football show in the wake of his criticism of the British government’s new asylum policy.
Sunak bets on Islamic scare vote
The rhetoric of the PM and his staunch anti-Asian Home secretary Suella Braverman is driven not only by economic concerns but also by a worry over the social fallout of unrestricted immigration.
Take measures for releasing 16 Indian fishers from Diego Garcia, Centre urged
While they were fishing in the deep sea on February 23, they were apprehended by Diego Garcia for allegedly crossing marine boundaries and fishing in BIOT waters.
A Tilda Swinton-Joanna Hogg miracle for the ages
The Eternal Daughter bears Hogg’s distinct stamp as a rigorous storyteller keen to expand genres from their own trappings, perhaps more than any of her work.
A concert of camaraderie and cultural connection
The Scotland team presented recitals of bassoon, clarinet, flute, and violin, giving a conclusion to the workshop.
British MPs talk about ‘genocide’ of Kashmiri pandits
Speaking at the event, MP Jonathan Lord, Woking, said that just as we must never forget about the Holocaust, we must not forget this.
Doshi, a fine architect who worked with Le Corbusier, passes away at 95
One of the finest architects and planners post Independence, Prof Balkrishna Doshi, died on January 24, 2023. He was 95.
Kremlin says British tanks in Ukraine will 'burn'
Earlier this month France also pledged to send tanks -- the French-build AMX-10 RC -- to Ukraine. Warsaw has signalled it is willing to send Leopard tanks to its neighbour.
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