Pulwama attack: Anti-Pak protest held in London
London, Feb 17 : Hundreds of Indians living in the UK on Saturday staged a protest outside the Pakistan High Commission in London against the ghastly terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district that claimed the lives of about 40 CRPF personnel. Full Story
Prince Philip won't be prosecuted over car crash
London , Feb 15 : Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II, will not face charges over the last month's car accident that took place in eastern England in which the 97-year-old's Land Rover collided with another vehicle, said the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) on Thursday (local time). Full Story
Theresa May loses Brexit vote again
London , Feb 15 : British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday (local time) suffered yet another embarrassing defeat as parliamentarians voted down her Brexit plan 'B', that allows the United Kingdom to officially leave the European Union. Full Story
MuchBetter Takes Aim at the Multi-billion-pound iGaming Payments Monopoly
LONDON: One year on from its commercial launch, payments app MuchBetter, is announcing a number of significant milestones and figures, as it signals its intent to 'break the monopoly of iGaming payments', in an industry estimated to be worth GBP40bn. Having launched in November 2017, key highlights and milestones after 14 months include: Full Story
WildBrain Welcomes The Smurfs
LONDON: WildBrain, a leading digital kids' network and studio, has been appointed by IMPS (International Merchandising, Promotion and Services) to be the YouTube manager of the iconic Smurfs brand on an exclusive worldwide basis. Full Story
May asks MPs to hold their nerve on Brexit talks
London, Feb 12 : British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday urged lawmakers to stand firm as Brexit negotiations with the European Union ostensibly enter the final stages with the government's ambitious plan to secure last-minute legal changes to the withdrawal agreement.
Plundered artefacts to return to Italy from UK
Rome, Feb 12 : Italian Culture Minister Alberto Bonisoli will on Tuesday attend a ceremony in London at which eight lots of treasures stolen from Italy in various eras will be returned to the country, the culture ministry said in a statement.