Karachi, Aug. 25 : The Pakistan Government has approached the British authorities to take legal action against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain, who is in self-exile in London, for his slogans against the country and inflammatory speech that incited party workers to attack media outlets.
London, Aug 25 : Facebook, Twitter and YouTube were accused by the members of British Parliament of "consciously failing" to combat the use of social networking sites to promote terrorism and extremism.
London, Aug 25 : UK's vote to leave the European Union (EU) is a chance to fix Britain's "broken" immigration system and restore trust in controlled migration, according to a new report.
Washington/London, Aug 25 : As Brussels is slated to deliver a verdict next month on Apple and other US companies for evading billions of pounds in taxes, the US Treasury Department has warned the European Commission (EU) about taking such action.
London, Aug 25 : A Vietnamese woman persuaded and paid her friend to cut off her hand and foot so she could claim 115,000 pounds (USD152,122) from health insurance firm by pretending to be hit by a train.
London, Aug. 24 : The world's largest aircraft Airlander 10 crashed during its second test flight on Wednesday in Bedfordshire, after it was revamped in the UK.
London, Aug 24 : The world's largest aircraft known as the "Flying Bum" on Wednesday crash-landed during its second test flight at Bedfordshire's Cardington Airfield in Britain only a week after its maiden flight.
London, Aug 24 : Three Indian-origin Muslim siblings were allegedly ordered off the plane and interrogated by British police after fellow passengers accused them of being members of the Islamic State (IS) militant group, the media reported.
London/Islamabad, Aug 24 : MQM leader Altaf Hussain has given up control over the party after coming under widespread criticism for calling Pakistan a "cancer", the media reported on Wednesday.
London, Aug 24 : Why does life on Earth exist now, rather than at some point in the distant past or future? Researchers probably have an answer to this now.
London, Aug 24 : The irrigation technology that served the Mayans well during periods of drought may have actually made their society more vulnerable to major catastrophes, new research has revealed.
London, Aug 23 : We probably do it every day but scientists have only now discovered a distinct new way in which we move our eyes.
London, Aug. 23 : A day after he referred to Pakistan as "a cancer for the entire world", Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Tuesday apologised to Army Chief General Raheel Sharif and Director General (DG) Rangers Major General Bilal Akber for his vitriolic speech.
London, Aug 23 : Extremists in British prisons will be held in "special units", and there will be a crackdown on their literature and tightened vetting of chaplains, Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has decided in order to tackle extremism.
London, Aug 23 : British police have intercepted two drones carrying drugs and mobile phones into a prison in north London, a Metropolitan police statement said on Monday.
London, Aug 22 : The British government recommends establishing special units for Islamist extremists within prisons in England and Wales to prevent them from radicalising other prisoners, a report said on Monday.
London, Aug 22 : Love at first sight is a myth -- and lovers need to meet at least four times before Cupid's arrow strikes their hearts, said a study.
London, Aug 22 : A British Catholic priest has been arrested on charges of sexually abusing five teenagers, Scotland Yard confirmed on Monday.
London, Aug 22 : A team of astronomers has identified a young star, located almost 11,000 light years away, which could help us understand how the most massive stars in the universe are formed.
London, Aug 22 : Letting your children take a quick nap during study hours could help them recall faster what they studied and make relearning easy, leading them to remember the exercises even six months later, researchers say.
London (United Kingdom), Aug. 22 (ANI): Faulting U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, in which he noted that "Pakistan is committed to peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute for the sake of regional peace and security", founder member of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Dr. Shabir Choudhry has said it is "not impressive" as it exhibits "poor understanding" of history of Kashmir and the India-Pakistan relations.
London, Aug. 21 : Highlighting the atrocities carried out by Pakistan in Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), the UK-based Kashmiris yesterday staged a protest against the establishment in Islamabad demanding peace and freedom in Kashmir.
London, Aug. 21 : Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan believes that the bomb attack targeting an outdoor wedding party in south-eastern Turkey, killing at least 50 people and wounded 94 others, is likely to have been carried out by the ISIS.
London, Aug 21 : The crying of babies exhibits characteristic melodic patterns influenced typically by their mother's language, finds a study.
London, Aug 21 : A Bosnian pine (Pinus heldreichii) growing in the highlands of northern Greece has been dendrocronologically dated to be more than 1075 years old.
London, Aug 21 : "Game of Thrones" actress Natalie Dormer says she was once unemployed for 10 months and that gave her an important lesson.
London, Aug 21 : Singer Justin Bieber, who spent Saturday night partying with his friend Rihanna here, was spotted leaving a nightclub here with a mystery girl thereafter.
London, Aug 20 : Hundreds of Londoners and tourists on Saturday inaugurated the first night services of the London metro on its Central and Victoria lines.
London, Aug 20 : Former Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding says she hasn't gone under the knife, but her appearance on a chat show caused a stir among fans who raised questions about her looks.
London, Aug 20 : The Night Tube was launched in the London Underground on Saturday -- almost three years since the plan was first announced.
Mumbai, Aug 18 : Keith Vaz, the British parliament's longest-serving Asian MP, has offered all possible help to enable Indian sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan obtain a visa.
London, Aug 18 : Blacks and ethnic minorities in Britain still face "entrenched" race inequality in many areas, including education and health, a report issued on Thursday said.
London, Aug 18 : The number of people from European Union (EU) countries working in Britain has reached a record 2.23 million, official figures showed.
London, Aug 17 : The British Transport Police was on Wednesday urging a heroic commuter who risked his life by jumping onto the London Underground rail tracks to rescue an ill passenger to come forward.
London, Aug 17 : Armed with a new list of words and using the power of social media, a new study has found that by the age of 20, a native English-speaking American knows 42,000 dictionary words.
London, Aug 17 : A North Korean diplomat in London has defected and was seeking asylum in a third country with his family, authorities said.
London, Aug 17 : Trees which grew during intense radiation bursts in the past have 'time-markers' in their tree-rings that could help archaeologists accurately date events from thousands of years ago, suggests new research.
London, Aug 16 : A British Labour Party MP is set to lead a probe into how to protect European citizens living in the UK after the country leaves the European Union (EU).
London, Aug 16 : The Jammu and Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA), a UK -based umbrella alliance comprising Kashmiri diaspora and civil organisations, held a protest demonstration outside the Pakistani High Commission in London seeking global pressure on Pakistan for human rights violations in Pakistan Administered Kashmir and Gilgit.
Geneva/ London, Aug 15 : Enthused and relieved by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's expression of gratitude and indirect criticism of Pakistan's brutalities in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Baloch leaders on Monday thanked the Indian leadership and media for raising the issue publicly, but called for more practical steps to be initiated by New Delhi.
London, Aug 14 : Britain could remain in the European Union until the end of 2019, almost a year longer than anticipated by the British government, the media reported.
London, Aug. 14 : Amid increasing tensions with China over the disputed remote southern islands, reports suggest that Japan will develop a new land-to-sea missile in a bid to step up its defence in the disputed region.
London, Aug 13 : Lions in West and Central Africa form a unique group, only distantly related to lions in East and Southern Africa, researchers have discovered.
London, Aug 13 : The UK government has promised to replace European Union (EU) funding for farmers, scientists and other projects after Britain's exit from the bloc in June.
London, Aug 12 : An Indian-origin "celebrity" surgeon who was working at a hospital in Britain has been sued by 57 male patients, after he allegedly left some of his patients infertile, the media reported.
London, Aug 12 : Austerity measures undertaken by governments as a result of economic crisis have driven young men to become spornosexual and to seek value instead through their bodies, says a study.
Glasgow (Scotland), Aug.12 (ANI): A Muslim taxi driver Tanveer Ahmed has been jailed for at least 27 years for murdering a shopkeeper who he believed had "disrespected Islam".
London, Aug. 12(ANI): A major earthquake of magnitude of 7.6 struck about 535 kilometres south-east of the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu on Friday, the United States Geological Survey said.
London, Aug.12 (ANI): One in every 14 adults in England and Wales was sexually abused as a child, according to the first research of its kind.
London, Aug 12 : US-based Indian actress Freida Pinto, who will be starring in John Ridley's six-part limited TV series "Guerrilla", has started filming for it here.
London, Aug. 11 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump escalated his rhetoric against President Barack Obama by calling him the "founder of ISIS".
London/Toronto, Aug 11 : A parliamentary probe into Sir Philip Green selling off British Home Stores (BHS) and a deficit in the company's pension account, has recently revealed that he had been siphoning off the company's money for years allegedly to support his luxurious lifestyle, according to media reports.
London, Aug 11 : Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will be questioned by Swedish prosecutors inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, a media report said on Thursday.
London, Aug 11 : Use of electronic cigarettes, popularly known as e- cigarettes, has helped more than six million smokers in the European Union quit smoking, estimates a new study.
London, Aug 11 : Propaganda videos featuring rap music and Hollywood-style editing were some of the tactics the Islamic State (IS) terrorists are using to lure individuals to join the militant group, a media report said on Thursday.
London, Aug 11 : Muslim women were the most economically disadvantaged group in British society, according to a report issued by MPs.
London, Aug 11 : Species endemic to Southeast Asia's natural forests face a much higher risk of extinction from habitat loss than previously thought, a recent study has revealed.
London, Aug. 10 : Several islands controlled by Vietnam in South China sea have been fortified with mobile rocket launchers, which are able to strike the Chinese military bases in the region.
London, Aug. 10 : Voicing concern over the leaked reports revealing widespread abuse and trauma among children and women at Australia's offshore detention centre for asylum seekers on the Pacific island of Nauru, the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, has said it is "gravely concerned by the reports".
London, Aug 9 : A man was taken into custody after climbing over a security fence at Buckingham Palace, a media report said on Tuesday.