Tata Steel says actively engaged with UK govt for financial support for business
Tata Steel owns the UK's largest steelworks at Port Talbot in South Wales and employs around 8,000 people across all its operations in the country.
Free trade agreement with India won't be 'free-for-all deal', says UK minister
Using patent protection as an example, the minister pointed out that the UK needs to remember that India has different needs from other countries.
From Brexit to Partygate: Here's the twists and turns of Boris Johnson’s political career
UK PM Boris Johnson's timeline was marred by his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and a steady stream of ethics allegations.
Boris Johnson quits, Indian origin leader Rishi Sunak top contender to be next UK PM
Johnson, 58, will remain in charge at 10 Downing Street until the process of electing a new leader is completed by the time of the Conservative Party conference, scheduled for October.
UK’s Boris Johnson defiant to leave; new finance minister Zahawi tells PM to 'go now'
Education Secretary Michelle Donelan, who was also appointed on Tuesday following the resignation of her predecessor, announced her resignation Thursday morning.
Political crisis deepens as British PM Johnson's leadership hangs in the balance
Now, with two high-profile Cabinet exits, that support system has also collapsed and many are counting down the days, if not hours before Boris Johnson is forcibly shown the door.
Boris Johnson faces piling pressure as two more ministers quit cabinet
Will Quince, minister for children and families and junior transport minister Laura Trott were the ministers who resigned following Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid.
UK says it does not support political change through violence in Afghanistan
The call for recognizing the Taliban comes as no country has yet come forward and the country is experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis.
Partygate scandal: Scotland Yard completes investigation, total tally of fines at 126
The Metropolitan Police said the total number of referrals for fixed penalty notices, or fines, in the so-called partygate scandal stand at 126 and about events between May 2020 and April 2021.
Economic fugitives, extremists not welcome in Britain: UK PM Boris Johnson
After holding wide-ranging talks with PM Narendra Modi, Johnson also said that economic fugitives seeking to use the British legal system to evade the law in India are not welcome in Britain.
Ukraine crisis: 'UK to reopen embassy in Kyiv next week', says PM Boris Johnson
The Embassy was forced to temporarily close down when the Russia-Ukraine conflict began in February.
UK to provide 350 pounds per month allowance to families welcoming Ukrainian refugees into homes
UK Housing Secretary Michael Gove said the refugees would also have access to the taxpayer-funded National Health Service (NHS).
UK government orders examination of fridge model that sparked London tower fire
The product has not been subject to product recalls and this testing will establish whether any further action is required.
Tiger kills 65-year-old woman in Odisha wildlife sanctuary, half-eaten body found
'It's a 40 per cent commission government': Rahul Gandhi slams BJP rule in Karnataka
Income Tax sleuths raid offices, home of businessman Faris Aboobacker over alleged tax evasion
Tamil Nadu Budget: Rs 1,000 aid for women family heads will be launched in Sept 2023, says govt
Maharashtra govt staff to get monetary benefits equivalent to OPS, call off strike
Air India urination case: Victim moves SC seeking zero-tolerance policy for unruly fliers