British PM regrets violence outside Indian embassy in London
New Delhi , Aug 21 : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has
egretted the recent incident of violence outside the Indian High Commission in London and assured that all necessary steps will be taken to ensure the safety and security of the embassy, its personnel, and visitors.
Undemocratic backstop must be scrapped: Johnson
London, Aug 20 : UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the European Union (EU) that the backstop plan for the Irish border must be scrapped because it was "unviable" and "anti-democratic", a media report said on Tuesday.
Prince Andrew 'appalled' by sex abuse claims
London, Aug 19 : Britain's Prince Andrew has said he is "appalled" by sex abuse claims surrounding his late friend Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead in his cell at a federal prison in New York earlier this month, the media reported on Monday.
'No deal Brexit dossier shows worst case scenario'
London, Aug 19 : A leaked secret dossier filed by the UK Cabinet Office which lists a hard Irish border, chaos at the ports along with fuel, medicine and food shortages as a result of a no deal Brexit, outlines a "worst-case scenario", said to a Minister.
UK PM in bid to get new Brexit deal
London, Aug 18 : Boris Johnson will meet European Union (EU) leaders this week during his first trip abroad as the UK Prime Minister, and stress on the the need for a new Brexit deal, the media reported on Sunday.
London Mayor slammed online over violent Kashmir protests
London, Aug 16 : London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been slammed online for inadequate security arrangements outside the Indian High Commission where Indians and people of Indian origin, gathered to celebrate the 73rd Independence Day of India, were abused and pelted with eggs and water bottles by Pakistan-sponsored protesters.
Gibraltar releases seized Iranian tanker
London, Aug 15 : Gibraltar on Thursday released Grace 1, an Iranian oil tanker seized off the country's coast in July for breaching international sanctions on oil shipments, despite a last-minute plea by the US authorities to block it.
Corbyn plans to call no-confidence vote
London, Aug 15 : Labour chief Jeremy Corbyn has urged leaders of other opposition parties and Conservative rebels to install him as the UK's caretaker Prime Minister in order to stop a no-deal Brexit, the media reported on Thursday.
Scotland Yard on alert ahead of anti-India protest in UK
London, Aug 13 : The Metropolitan Police is on alert ahead of a "major" anti-Indian government protest in the UK after an appeal by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's Special Adviser on Overseas Zulfi Bukhari to the Pakistani diaspora to observe August 15 as "Black Day", the media reported.
'UK 1st in line for US trade deal'
London, Aug 13 : Visiting US National Security Adviser (NSA) John Bolton has said that the UK was in "first in line" for a trade deal with Washington, the media reported on Tuesday.
Whisky Cask Company, Brings in Leading Whisky Experts
LONDON: The launch of the Whisky Cask Company brings together some of the top names in the whisky industry. Whisky experts David Harvey and Stuart Nickerson have teamed up with Whisky Cask Company, to bring single malt to the global market.
Norway mosque shooting could be 'terror act', gunman held
London, Aug 12 : A shooting at a mosque on the outskirts of Oslo is being investigated as a possible act of terror and the antecedents of the attacker, who was overpowered at the spot and arrested, are being probed, as per Norwegian police, reports said.
Brexit: Johnson to meet Varadkar in Dublin
Dublin, Aug 12 : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted an offer from his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar to meet in Dublin for talks over Brexit and Northern Ireland, reported local semi state-owned media RTE.
'Pak shedding crocodile tears over J-K is worth exposing'
London , Aug 11 : India's decision to revoke Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, which accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir, has rattled Pakistan to the brim. At a time when New Delhi promises growth and investment in the region, Pakistan
ejected all moves and vouched to take all possible actions to counter the steps.
Massive power outage across UK
London, Aug 10 : Nearly a million people have been affected by a major power cut across large areas of England and Wales, affecting homes and transport networks, the media reported on Saturday.