COVID-19: London lockdown 'likely' amid second wave fears
Another lockdown in London looks "increasingly likely" amid fears that the UK is heading towards a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Letter from London: Eat Out to GET OUT
With consumers now feeling more buoyant and ‘re-addicted’ to eating out, encouraged by the incentive, ...
Air India to operate direct Kolkata-London flight from September 16
According to the spokesperson, the service would be available on Thursday...
Vistara operates its first long-haul flight from Delhi to London
The full-service carrier is scheduled to operate special thrice-weekly flights from August 28 to October 24 between the two cities, it said in a statement.
Back to the theatres: Tom Cruise attends 'Tenet' screening in London
The Hollywood star was accompanied by 'Mission: Impossible 7' director Christopher McQuarrie to the theatre.
London’s newest ghost town was financed by China
The U.K decision, under U.S. pressure, to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from building its 5G networks and the suspension of its extradition treaty with Hong Kong have sparked a new era of hostility between the world’s rising superpower and the territory’s 19th century colonizer.
London to maintain grip on EU financial market plumbing post Brexit
Clearing ensures financial market trades are completed even if one side of the transaction goes bust. It is a high-volume, low-margin business but a critical part of market infrastructure.
Hyderabad-London flight services resume under ‘Air Bubbles’
British Airways would operate four times weekly every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, said the airport advising the passengers to book their tickets from Hyderabad to London.
Westminster Court rejects Nirav Modi's plea for press ban at extradition trial in London
The extradition trial of the fugitive diamond dealer Nirav Modi resumed at Westminster Magistrate's Court in Central London on Monday, as th...
Julian Assange's legal fight to avoid U.S. espionage trial resumes in London
The U.S. authorities accuse Australian-born Assange, 49, of conspiring to hack government computers and of violating an espionage law in connection with the release of confidential cables by WikiLeaks in 2010-2011. Assange, clean-shaven and wearing a suit at Monday's hearing, formally declined to be extradited to face a superseding indictment.
Why was world number 1 Novak Djokovic disqualified from the US Open?
It fell under the Grand Slam rule book’s definition of “physical abuse,” which states that players “shall not at any time physically abuse any official, opponent, spectator or other person within the precincts of the tournament site.”
IIT Guwahati, in collaboration with Imperial College London, develops nanoparticle ‘meta-grid’
Meta-grid' or ‘metamaterial grid’ is a specifically patterned array (grid) of nanoparticles acting as metamaterials, capable of exhibiting extraordinary optical properties.
Britain reviewing covid-fighting options including London lockdown
Ministers are seeking to balance the need to damp down flare-ups of the virus while rebooting the UK economy.
James Anderson keenly waiting to challenge Virat Kohli in his backyard next year
Anderson, who recently became the highest Test wicket-taker among pacers with 600 scalps during the home series against Pakistan, and Kohli have had some intriguing battles over the years.