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British Lawmakers Question Aid To India Over Chandrayaan-2 “Splurge”

LONDON Sept 4: Some of Britain’s lawmakers from the ruling Conservative or Tory party on Monday questioned the British government’s financial assistance programme for India, which will involve 52 million pounds for 2018-19 and 46 million pounds for 2019-20. Continue reading “British Lawmakers Question Aid To India Over Chandrayaan-2 “Splurge””

UK Exporting Naan To India Shows Spirit Of Post-Brexit Britain: Minister

LONDON Aug 31: Britain’s treasury minister used the example of a UK bakery exporting naan, a kind of Indian flatbread, to India as a “go-getting” reshaping of post-Brexit Britain as a global trading nation. Continue reading “UK Exporting Naan To India Shows Spirit Of Post-Brexit Britain: Minister”

England Recall Moeen Ali, Sam Curran For Fourth Test

LONDON Aug 30: England skipper Joe Root on Wednesday named their playing eleven for the fourth Test against India. England have recalled their all-rounder Moeen Ali and Sam Curran for the penultimate Test slated to begin from Thursday at Southampton. Continue reading “England Recall Moeen Ali, Sam Curran For Fourth Test”

Ruchi Ghanashyam Appointed India’s Next High Commissioner To UK

NEW DELHI Aug 29: Senior diplomat Ruchi Ghanashyam has been appointed as India’s next High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, the External Affairs Ministry said on Tuesday.
She succeeds YK Sinha who had assumed the charge as the Indian High Commissioner in the UK in December, 2016.
Ms Ghanashyam, a 1982-batch Indian Foreign Service officer, is currently Secretary at the headquarters in Delhi and is expected to take up the assignment shortly, the ministry said.
Her appointment comes at a crucial time when the UK is in the process of coming out of the European Union.

Indians Third-Largest Group Affected By UK Immigration Scandal

LONDON Aug 24: Indians have emerged as the third-largest group affected by the United Kingdom’s ‘Windrush’ immigration scandal involving Commonwealth nationals being wrongly denied their citizenship rights in Britain. Continue reading “Indians Third-Largest Group Affected By UK Immigration Scandal”

Indians Third-Largest Group Affected By UK Immigration Scandal

LONDON Aug 24: Indians have emerged as the third-largest group affected by the United Kingdom’s ‘Windrush’ immigration scandal involving Commonwealth nationals being wrongly denied their citizenship rights in Britain. Continue reading “Indians Third-Largest Group Affected By UK Immigration Scandal”

Team India to donate entire match fees of INR 1.26 crore from 3rd Test to Kerala flood victims

NOTTINGHAM Aug 23: Indian cricket team bounced back strongly in the third Test of the five-match Test series to hand a crushing defeat to hosts England by 203 runs. Continue reading “Team India to donate entire match fees of INR 1.26 crore from 3rd Test to Kerala flood victims”

UK Government Distances Itself From Pro-Khalistan Rally In London

LONDON Aug 20: The UK government has distanced itself from the issue of a pro-Khalistan rally organised by Sikh separatist groups at London’s Trafalgar Square earlier this month. Continue reading “UK Government Distances Itself From Pro-Khalistan Rally In London”

India vs England: Ravi Shastri Asks Team To Look Ugly And Show Some Grit

LONDON Aug 17: With India trailing 0-2 in the 5-Test series against England, team head coach Ravi Shastri on Thursday asserted that the struggling batsmen need to show more discipline and grit in the third Test which gets underway at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Continue reading “India vs England: Ravi Shastri Asks Team To Look Ugly And Show Some Grit”

Scorching weather helps uncover archeological sites around Britain

LONDON Aug 16: Britain’s hottest summer in decades has revealed crop marks across the country showing the sites of Iron Age settlements, Roman farms and even Neolithic monuments dating back thousands of years, archaeologists said on Wednesday. Continue reading “Scorching weather helps uncover archeological sites around Britain”