Brexit basics: What is Brexit and why does it matter?
In the June 23, 2016 referendum, 52 percent of British voters backed leaving while 48 percent voted to remain in the bloc. Prime Minister David Cameron, who called the referendum, resigned immediately afterwards.
David Cameron reveals Manmohan Singh confided in him on Pak military action
As part of a considerable focus on the India-UK relationship in h...
UK's Boris Johnson likens himself to The Incredible Hulk
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has compared himself to The Incredible Hulk in ...
UK needs an India reconnect under new PM Boris Johnson
Under Boris Johnson, UK has to articulate a broader strategic vision for its ties with India.
Avid Modi supporter, Priti Patel appointed Britain's first Indian-origin Home Secretary
Patel had been a prominent member of the "Back Boris" campaign for the Conservative Party leadership and was widely tipped for the plum post in his frontline team.
Theresa May speaks of Brexit frustration in final interview as British PM
May did not reveal whether she backs Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson as her replacement, saying only that "they understand the responsibility that this job brings".
8 in the fray to replace Theresa May as British PM
The formal segment of the party leadership contest will then kick off on June 10, but prospective candidates have already begun laying out their bids for the top job.
100 years on, UK may not apologise for Jallianwala
But some Sikhs are pinning their hopes that an official apology may be forthcoming during a debate on the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in the House of Commons.
When the spice was just right for David Cameron
On the former UK PM's menu was Red Snapper Ceviche, Barley & Jowar Salad and the Plum Karanji, served with a lime parfait.
UK government aims to close loophole in anti-terror laws
The UK government is looking at closing a loophole in the anti-terror laws that allowed the early release of Pakistani-origin radical Islamist preacher, Anjem Choudary, from the jail earlier this week.
How Kolkata's street food comes alive in full glory during Durga Puja celebrations
The air is redolent with the fragrance of incense and fresh blooms. But the most delectable sound of all is of alur chop.
British judge orders Operation Blue Star related files to be made public
Judge Murray Shanks, who presided over a three-day hearing of the First Tier Tribunal, ruled yesterday that a majority of the files relating to the period must be made public.
Regret Brexit, not the decision to hold referendum: David Cameron
The former British PM, who held three referendums in his tenure, said although he has regrets over Brexit, he still supports the process where people's participation is taken into consideration before arriving at such major decisions.
Britain had no choice but to conduct missile strikes against Syria, PM May says
May said the missile strike was designed to minimise any civilian casualties and was not an attempt to change the Syrian government.
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