Robert Vadra seeks Delhi court's permission to travel abroad
Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, on Saturday moved a Delhi court, seeking its permission to travel abroad for medical treatment and business purposes.
Nirav Modi's assets worth Rs 2,400cr may be sold
Modi is the second businessman after Vijay Mallya to be labelled as a fugitive economic offe...
London: Trump, Macron clash over Islamic State fighters at NATO summit
Increasingly tense relations between US President Donald Trump and Fre...
REC raises $500 million via unsecured notes
The net proceeds from the sale of the notes will be used for lending to the power sector.
Video shows UK stabbing suspect on London Bridge
Video posted on social media showed a man, suspected of stabbing several people on Friday, being wrestled to the ground by members of the pu...
Boris Johnson vows to act as convicted terrorist named in London attack
"It does not make sense for us as a society to be putting people who have been convicted of terrorist offences out on early release. We argue that people should serve the tariff, serve the term, of which they are sentenced," Johnson said as he visited the scene.
Two killed by knifeman as terror returns to London Bridge
The knifeman, wearing a suspected hoax explosive device, was shot dead by police after the daylight assault on Friday that also saw bystanders intervene to try and disarm him.
Apostrophe’s abuse’s continue’s in India
So, the Apostrophe Protection Society simply cannot put a full stop to its efforts.
Gauguin's 1897 canvas 'Te Bourao II' fetches twice its estimated value, sells at $10.5 mn at auction
It is one of the few paintings from the post-impressionist's Tahiti period still in private hands.
Several people stabbed near London Bridge, man detained
British police say several people have stabbed near to London Bridge, and a man has been detained. The news came after witnesses reported he...
Ola to launch operations in London soon
"Ola has begun registering licenced drivers in London as it prepares to launch operations in the city...With this, over 50,000 licensed drivers will be able to join Ola and provide mobility services in London," a statement said.
ISIS claims London Bridge attack, says PoK-linked terrorist was one of its fighters
The group claimed the responsibility for Usman Khan's knife rampage on the streets of London. The news emerged as former schoolmates of the 28-year-old terrorist, who was shot dead by armed police officers, revealed he had been seen preaching under the ISIS flag as a young teenager after he dropped out of school in Stoke-on-Trent in central England.
London Bridge attack: 2 killed, 3 injured; ex-terror convict Usman Khan named assailant
A man suspected of stabbing two people to death in a terror attack on London Bridge was a former prisoner convicted in 2012 for terrorism of...
Uber’s London ban marks global backlash for ride-hailing giants
For Uber, the loss of its license in London puts one of its biggest markets outside of the U.S at risk. The regulator found unlicensed users pretending to be Uber drivers and faking their identities in at least 14,000 trips.
London's transit authority refuses Uber license renewal
London's transit authority has refused to renew Uber's operating license over concerns about impostor drivers. The ride-hailing company vowe...
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