Boris Johnson’s Parliament suspension faces multiple legal challenges
Hours after the premier said he intends to suspend Parliament for almost five weeks ahead of Brexit, a group of more than 70 British lawmakers sought an urgent court hearing in Edinburgh.
India explores partnership with Visegrad Group in Central Europe with Jaishankar visit
During his visit, Jaishankar held discussions with his...
Thyssenkrupp challenges EC's decision to stop JV with Tata Steel
The Commission found that the remedies offered by the two prospective partne...
Higher shrimp price may boost production
The US and South East Asia, particularly China, are the major buyers of Indian seafood.
Brexit minister signs order to end all EU laws in Britain
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has signed an order that will end all European Union (EU) laws applying in Britain from October 31, the British government said on Sunday.
Trade war has no impact on India; can't blame Trump for everything: Andrew Freris
Trade war affects China and US. it does not affect India, says Andrew Freris of Ecognosis Advisory.
All 24 Indian crew members aboard seized Iranian ship released
A spokesman for Gibraltar's government also confirmed that police proceedings against four members of the crew had ended.
UK's exit from European Union not to hit Indian investments: Official
"UK exiting EU will hardly make any adverse impact on trade commitments, investments and trade facilitation on Indian investments in the EU," Tomasz Kozlowski said.
There’s another trade war brewing over milk, oil
The feud over palm oil between Indonesia and the European Union escalated earlier this year.
UK’s Indian-origin counter-terror chief calls for religious inclusivity
Neil Basu, Scotland Yard’s Indian-origin chief of counterterror policing, said no community should be expected to “assimilate” because all religious faiths have the right to freedom of religion as long as it does not cause any harm.
July 2019 was hottest month globally
July 2019 was the warmest month across the globe ever recorded. With continued greenhouse gas emissions and the resulting impact on global temperatures, records will continue to be broken in the future, said Jean-Noel Thepaut, head of the Copernicus Climate Change Service.
Merkel, Modi share good chemistry, work on for Merkel visit: German envoy
The Intergovernmental Consultations (IGC), a strategic partnership meeting held at the level of head of government every two years, is something Germany has reserved for only the "very big and important countries".
Trip to UK may be cheaper as pound plunges; travellers book more flights
Tourists have already started planning for their summer holidays.
It was the week trade wars went from uncomfortable to scary
Meanwhile, a simmering trade fight between Japan and South Korea is boiling over.
Number of Indian students, varsities among recipients of EU-funds this year shoots up
The release also said that more than 50,000 Indians are studying in the EU at any given point of time.
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