New Delhi, May 31 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has wished his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif speedy recovery after the latter called him up from London on Monday night ahead of his heart surgery.
London, May 30 : An Islamic State sleeper cell has plans to carry out attacks targeting English and Russian football fans at Euro 2016 during a match in Marseilles, data retrieved from the main Paris attacks suspect's laptop reveal, according to The Sun.
London, May 29 : A team of archaeologists have scanned the highest prehistoric paintings of animals in Europe discovered in a rock shelter in the French Alps 2,133 metres above sea level.
London, May 29 : Harry Potter undergoes two magical biological transformations in the popular eight-film series based on the stories and characters created by British author J.K. Rowling.
Lahore, May 29 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is scheduled to undergo an open-heart surgery in United Kingdom on Tuesday, is overseeing the functioning of his government from London
London, May 28 : Is your toddler struggling to learn a language? If so, using words that have repetitive syllables rather than mixed sounds may help him or her to learn language faster, a study suggests.
London, May 27 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is currently in London, has extended his stay in the city, media reports said.
London, May 27 : The mass extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous Period -- about 65 million years ago -- that killed the dinosaurs was sudden and just as deadly to marine life in Antartica, finds new research.
London, May 27 : Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the second day of the G7 talks said the group leaders condemn in the strongest terms North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile tests, and "strongly demand" that it acts upon international concerns immediately.
London, May 27 : Putting forth his views against the United Kingdom leaving the European Union in the June 23 referendum, Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Office Hugo Swire has said Brexit would not advance the UK-India relationship.
London, May 27 : A new piece of debris found possible belonging to the missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370 was found on a beach in Mozambique.
London, May 26 : The price of oil on Thursday went above USD 50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as supply disruptions and increased global demand continue to fuel a recovery.
London, May 26 : Leading British popular content producer and distributor Barcroft Media will stream latest movies and trending videos on over the top content (OTT) platforms in India.
London/New Delhi, May 26 : The international price of crude oil on Thursday went above USD 50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as supply disruptions and increased global demand continue to fuel recovery while the price of the Indian basket rose to USD 46.74 on the previous trading day.
London, May 26 : Model Lara Stone, who split from comedian David Walliams in March 2015 after five years of marriage, has reportedly found a new friend in Australian model Jordan Barrett. They are said to be "comfortable" in each other's company.
London, May 26 : Over six lakh people migrated into Britain in 2015, more than twice the number who left the country, figures published here on Thursday by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed.
London, May 26 : Four folios of British playwright William Shakespeare were sold for nearly around USD 3.67 million at Christie's London auction on Wednesday afternoon.
London, May 26 : Presenting unique opportunities for new art collectors and connoisseurs, Christie's upcoming sale on Thursday here, will have a private collection of Mughal, Pahari and Rajput paintings and works by leading modern masters such as Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, Jehangir Sabavala, and M.F. Husain alongside unseen works of art, including that of Ram Kuma, from important private collections across the globe.
London, May 26 : The number of people in Britain who have tried e-cigarettes has almost doubled in just two years, says a new study.
London, May 26 : World leaders kick of two-day G7 talks in Japan, with critical issues like global economy, terrorism and refugees crisis to be top on their agenda.
London, May 26 : Excessive internet use is likely to contribute to the development of school burnout, which may, in turn, increase digital addiction in adolescents, new research reveals.
London, May 26 : A team of British researchers has developed a new technique to grow the blood vessels using cells from the patient to cut down significantly the risk of transplant rejection.
London, May 26 : London is projected to grow almost twice as fast as the rest of England over the next 10 years, the government's National Statistics Office (ONS) reported on Wednesday.
London, May 26 : Christie's sold the first four folios of well-known British playwright William Shakespeare on Wednesday, the first four editions of his collected works.
London, May 26 : Millionaire businessman tycoon Lord Alan Sugar has been hired as the British government's new enterprise tsar who will campaign to encourage more young people to start their own businesses.
London, May 26 : Arsenal have boosted their midfield for the next football season with the signing of Borussia Monchengladbach's Granit Xhaka with a long-term contract on Wednesday.
London, May 26 : Instant messaging app WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app all over the world and is used in 109 countries, or 55.6 percent of the world, a new report said on Wednesday.
London, May 26 : Signalling the end of its Nokia experiment, tech giant Microsoft on Wednesday announced it was cutting 1,850 jobs and writing off USD 950 million of which USD 200 million will be used for severance payments, a media report said.
London, May 26 : People living within five kilometres of a landfill site are at an increased risk of lung cancer and respiratory diseases, warns a new study.
London, May 26 : Zakia Belkhiri, a teenager who became famous as "selfie girl" after clicking self-portraits in front of anti-Muslim protestors in Belgium, has issued an apology after several anti-Semitic comments posted on her social media accounts were highlighted.
London, May 26 : The rise of user-generated content (UGC) - information submitted by members of the public or posted on social media - has made journalists harness a variety of new skills, thereby bringing in a sea change in the profession, a study says.
London, May 26 : A team of researchers from Germany has set a new world record by transferring the contents of a conventional DVD in under 10 seconds by radio transmission with a data rate of six gigabit per second (Gbps) over a distance of 37 kms.
London, May 26 : The people who say they have no religion are rapidly escalating and significantly outnumber the Christian population in England and Wales, according to a new analysis.
London, May 25 : Despite being crowned as the Premier League champions, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has said that avoiding relegation will remain his top priority in the next season.
London, May 23 : The movement of refugees from Asia and the Middle East to western Europe could boost arts and culture similar to how migration from India and Pakistan transformed Britain's food tastes, a leading British artist said on Monday.
London, May 23 : England all-rounder Ben Stokes will miss the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka after injuring his left knee during their first Test victory and will be replaced by Chris Woakes.
London, May 23 : Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that reports were still not confirmed that Taliban leader Mullah Mansour was killed during a US drone strike.
London, May 23 : A Muslim warrior girl from a Pakistani animated TV series, "Burka Avenger", has premiered on the big screen in the British capital. Now part of London's Southbank Centre arts festival, the cartoon has previously sparked a debate among western audiences.
London, May 23 : A new message from an Islamic State spokesman has called on the groups' followers to carry out attacks in the US and Europe during the Islamic month of Ramadan beginning early June.
London, May 22: A five-year-old girl herself with a handgun while playing with the gun at Louisiana home.
London, May 22 : Adding a very small amount of graphene -- the world's thinnest and strongest material -- to rubber films can increase both their strength and the elasticity by up to 50 percent, says a study by an Indian-origin researcher.
London, May 21 : Ever wondered why your just-cleaned clothes don't smell as fresh as you had hoped? Researchers from a British university blame it on certain organic compounds which must be removed to make clothes smell good.
London, May 21: At least four French police have been killed in a helicopter crash in the Pyrenees mountain range along the border with Spain.
London, May 21 : The first British woman in space was reunited on Friday with her Russian crewmates on the space flight which took place 25 years ago.
New Delhi, May 20 : Despite a row involving British mining company Vedanta as its sponsor, the Southbank edition of Jaipur Literature Festival will be held in London on Saturday.
London, May 20 : Four women were injured near a supermarket car park in west London on Friday, local police confirmed.
London, May 20 : Lord Jim O'Neill's global review on AMR presented the its final recommendations, providing a comprehensive action plan for the world to prevent drug-resistant infections and defeat the rising threat of superbugs - something that could kill 10 million people a year by 2050, the equivalent of 1 person every 3 seconds, and more than cancer kills today. Building on eight interim papers, this is the final report from Lord O'Neill's Review, established by the UK Prime Minister David Cameron in 2014 to avoid the world being "cast back into the dark ages of medicine".
London, May 20 : Former Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao, who recently retired from boxing to switch his career to politics, has earned a senate seat in the home country.
London, May 20 : Pakistan People's Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari summoned Senator Rehman Malik to London last week and discussed with him the on-going debate in Pakistan on Panama leaks.
Bradford (United Kingdom), May 20 : A man, Mohammad Zubair, who was wanted by British police for questioning about a double murder in Bradford was handed over to the authorities in Bradford, UK on Thursday after being extradited from Pakistan.
London, May 19 : NATO powers Britain and Germany are at odds over how to help Libya's new "unity government" push back against the growing threat of Islamic State.
New Delhi, May 19 : Australian Ambassador to Bhutan, Harinder Sidhu, and, the Honorary Consul for the UK in Bhutan, Michael Rutland, OBE, formally opened the new joint Visa Application Centre in Thimphu today.
London, May 19 : Abortion rates among women in London were highest than the rest of England, new figures have revealed.
London, May 19 : Actress Elizabeth Hurley, who essays the role of Queen Helena on British dramedy "The Royals", says all the characters on the show are "very different".
London, May 18 : Rising interest in Indian art in recent years has increased the awareness about the country's modern art and artists. This is evident from Bonhams' "Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art sale" here on May 27 featuring the greatest Indian innovators like F.N. Souza, M.F. Husain, Nalini Malani, Sakti Burman and Zarina Hashmi.
London, May 18 : The newly-elected mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has invited US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to visit the British capital to show him that Islam is "compatible" with western values and to change his "ignorant" views regarding the religion.
London, May 18 : Unless Britain votes to leave the EU it will face a greater risk of terror attack, a UK Independence Party (UKIP) "leave" campaigner on Wednesday warned, citing a recent report warning that 800,000 migrants were waiting in Libya to enter Europe.
London, May 18 : The Zika virus is expected to spread to Europe by this summer, but the risk will be "low to moderate", the World Health Organisation has said.
London, May 18 : British Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) which is responsible for maintaining a database of drivers and vehicles is developing digital version of driving licence to be stored on your smartphone.
New Delhi/Lucknow, May 17 : Britain's High Commissioner to India, Sir Dominic Asquith, made his first visit to Lucknow today, where he met Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to discuss how UK and Uttar Pradesh could work more closely together.