London, Feb 10 : Almost 3,000 operations were cancelled on Wednesday as second wave of industrial action by thousands of junior doctors started on Wednesday after negotiations over pay and new contracts failed.
London, Feb 10 : The western world's historical technological superiority in military affairs is eroding, says the latest edition of "The Military Balance" released here.
London, Feb 10 : Pakistan is concerned about India's military capabilities, according to Brigadier Ben Barry (retd), an expert on land warfare at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).
London, Feb 10 : A future warming of the Southern Ocean caused by rising greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere may severely disrupt the stability of the West Antarctic ice masses and they may disappear within the next 1,000 years, says a study.
London, Feb 10 : Countering common perception that migration at current levels is a new phenomenon, a short animated film commissioned by British historians shows that people from different parts of the world have been migrating to Britain for ages.
London, Feb 10 : In another setback to Facebook in Europe, the French data protection authority has ordered the social networking giant to stop sending user data to the US and comply with the European data protection law.
London, Feb 9 : English supermodel Jourdan Dunn has teamed up with British fashion brand Marks & Spencer to launch her first children's wear range.
London, Feb 9 : Have a message to convey to the aliens out there? Write one fast as researchers are set to beam selective messages from around the world into space at the speed of light to create a celestial time capsule.
London, Feb 9 : Have you observed formation of dark spots on the cheeks of women over the age 50? A new study has revealed a link between traffic-related air pollution and air pollution-associated gases with the formation of dark spots on the skin of women.
London, Feb 9 : The Britain-China relationship will be "greater" this year after a "golden" year of 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron said here on Monday.
London, Feb. 08 : England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has confirmed that out-of-favour batsman Kevin Pietersen will not be selected for next month's World Twenty20 in India.
London, Feb 8 : Parts of southern Britain have been lashed by heavy rain and winds of up to 96 mph after storm Imogen swept in, the media reported on Monday.
Birmingham, Feb 8 : A one-day open international conference discussing 'Terrorism and Cultural Freedom' will take place at Birmingham City University (UK) on June 7.
London, Feb 8 : Far from helping alleviate poverty, the so called "green revolutions" aimed at increasing and modernising agricultural production could be making things worse for the poorest in African nations, suggests new research.
London, Feb 7 : NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Sunday condemned North Korea for launching a rocket that is part of a program to develop intercontinental ballistic missile technologies.
London, Feb 7 : British Prime Minister David Cameron has called for an urgent reconsideration of the way the prison system in England and Wales treats pregnant women and mothers with babies, the media reported on Sunday.
London, Feb 7 : The number of people reporting being raped by someone they met on a dating app or website has risen six-fold in five years in Britain, official figures revealed on Sunday.
London, Feb 7 : Over 90 mosques across Britain are opening their doors to visitors to allow Muslims to "explain their faith beyond the hostile headlines".
London, Feb 7 : Kazunori Kunizuka, who worked as an interpreter with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose from 1943 to 1945, is still alive and has recorded in graphic detail in his diary the last days of Bose and his death as a result of a plane crash at Taipei on 18 August 1945, claims a website.
Beijing/London, Feb 6 : US President Barack Obama has angered China after warmly acknowledging Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and calling him "a good friend" at a national prayer breakfast in Washington, media reports said on Saturday.
London, Feb 6 : Britain on Friday rejected a UN working group's ruling which calls for an end to the "arbitrary detention" of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
London, Feb 5 : A legal UN panel announced on Friday that controversy-ridden Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be allowed to walk free and be compensated for his "deprivation of liberty".
Geneva, Feb 5 : WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained by Sweden and the United Kingdom since his arrest in London on Dec 7 ,2010, as a result of the legal action against him by both Governments, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention said on Friday.
London, Feb 5 : People living in the northeast of England are enjoying more action between the sheet - five times a month at least - than anywhere in Britain, says a new survey.
London, Feb 5 : Wikileaks founder Julian Assange should be allowed to walk free and be compensated for his "deprivation of liberty", a UN legal panel announced on Friday.
London, Feb 4 : A UN panel considering the case of Julian Assange on Thursday reportedly concluded that the WikiLeaks founder has been "arbitrarily detained", but the British government said his arrest warrant remains intact.
London, Feb 4 : A UN panel considering the alleged "unlawful detention" of Julian Assange has reportedly ruled in favour of the WikiLeaks founder.
London, Feb 4 : Glacial meltwater has been known to contain phosphorus, but as Greenland ice sheet melts, it could be releasing more of phosphorus -- a key nutrient that can enrich waters of the oceans, potentially stimulating the growth of marine food chain, finds a new study.
New Delhi, Feb.4 : British auto manufacturers are in the market for new car part suppliers to service the growing demand for UK automobiles. The UK is now the fastest growing automotive manufacturer in Europe with more than 1.6m vehicles rolling off the production line in 2015, the highest in over a decade.
London, Feb 4 : WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange who had tweeted earlier on Thursday that he will surrender to United Kingdom Police on Friday if the United Nation's (UN) panel rejects his plea and says that he has not been unlawfully detained, has got a favourable ruling from the panel, according to media reports.
London, Feb 4 : For the first time, researchers have witnessed a fatal flight among primates in which a female orangutan recruited a male as a hired gun to help her corner and attack another female.
London, Feb 4 : Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has said he will turn himself over to the police here on Friday if a UN panel rules he has not been unlawfully detained.
London, Feb 3 : Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood was on Wednesday named English county cricket club Surrey's new player-coach.
London, Feb 3 : Our early ancestors managed to evolve and journey across the earth by exchanging and improving their technology, researchers say after analysing Blombos Cave in South Africa.
London, Feb 2 : There is no difference in the time it takes people from different countries to read and process different languages, new research has found.
London, Feb 2 : The combination of erosion and melting ice caps led to a massive increase in volcanic activity at the end of the last ice age, says a new study.
New Delhi, Feb.1 : The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has entered into two bilateral Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) with the United Kingdom.
New Delhi, Feb.1 : The British Government is backing the UK automotive industry to lead the way in new low carbon and energy efficient technology, announcing a boost to its biggest innovation fund of all time.
New Delhi, Feb 1 : London Stock Exchange recently appointed Jasmine Arora as Head of India, Africa and Middle East for Equity and Debt Primary Markets.
London, Feb 1 : Chef Benoit Violier, whose Swiss restaurant was named the best in the world in December 2015, has been found dead at his home, the media reported on Monday.
London, Feb 1 : British Prime Minister David Cameron has asked his lawmakers to investigate possible racial bias against black defendants and other ethnic minorities in the country's criminal justice system, Downing Street announced on Sunday.
London, Jan 31 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday announced that a new government law will require universities to publish statistical data on admissions by gender, class and ethnic backgrounds.
London, Jan 31 : MI5 is signing up teachers in various Muslim schools across the United Kingdom to work as spies to stop the radicalisation of students.
London, Jan 31 : It has been described as Britain's Pompeii, a Bronze Age settlement from around 3,000 years ago, frozen in time.
London, Jan 30 : A British mother has been convicted of terrorism offences after fleeing Britain with her one-year-old child to join the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, Britain's West Midlands Police announced on Friday.
Abu Dhabi, Jan 29 : Etihad Airways bagged two leading global financial accolades in London within a week.
London, Jan 29 : A Los Angeles bound American Airlines Boeing 777 returned back to the Heathrow Airport just a couple of hours after it took off, owing to several passengers mysteriously falling ill, according to reports.
London, Jan 27 : The Amnesty International Human Rights Award 2016 has gone to Indian activist Henri Tiphagne.
London, Jan. 27 : U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said that he will not participate in a Fox News debate after the network sent out a press release, which according to him was 'derogatory'.
London, Jan. 25 : The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has released a fresh video threatening an attack on the United Kingdom and also claiming to show the nine Paris attackers before they massacred 130 people on 13 November 2015.
London, Jan 25 : More than twice as many Muslim soldiers supported Allied forces in World War One than was previously thought, according to new research into the Islamic contribution to the conflict.
London, Jan 25 : A target to see at least 250,000 ultra-low-emission vehicles on the streets of London by 2025 was given a boost on Monday by government transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
London, Jan 25 : British Chancellor George Osborne and Microsoft founder Bill Gates announced in Liverpool three billion pounds ($4.27 billion) in funding over the next five years for research and efforts to eliminate malaria.
London, Jan 25 : A staggering 885,000 Muslims - not about 400,000 as previously thought - were recruited by the Allies to fight in World War I, according to a study.
London, Jan. 25 : A former senior British intelligence officer has said that he wants to give evidence on security services knowing about the torture of inmates at the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay.
London, Jan 25 : About half of all girls in Britain's secondary schools might be avoiding sports and exercise due to embarrassment or pain in their breasts, reveals a new research.
London, Jan 25 : An Indian-origin Muslim cleric has been awarded an honorary doctorate by University of Leicester in Britain in recognition of his commendable work for the local community, it was reported on Monday.
London, Jan 24 : Nearly a third of British ancestors were Anglo-Saxon immigrants and were genetically very similar to the modern Dutch and Danish communities, says a study.
Jaipur, Jan 24 : Less than half a dozen cities, almost all ports, of the British Empire are enough to give a vivid idea of character, rise and fall over two centuries, says British politician, historian and writer Tristram Hunt.
London, Jan 23 : Designer Nitin Kartikeya will showcase his 2016 collection here on Sunday.