Heavy snowfall and extreme wintry conditions disrupted life in Britain today with flights and train cancellations and schools being shut, as Prime Minister David Cameron asked Britons to heed weather alerts.
Western women who join Islamic State militants are driven by the same ideological passion as many male recruits and should be seen as potentially dangerous cheerleaders, not victims, experts said Wednesday.
Pakistani and Bangladeshi origin communities in the UK are more prone to "ballot-rigging" and "electoral fraud" due to lack of campaigning by mainstream political parties, the official poll watchdog has warned ahead of the general elections in May.
Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court challenging her offloading at the airport here, when she was on her way to London to brief British MPs on the rights of forest-dwelling communities affected by coal mining.
A caller pretending to be Britain's top spy chief successfully breached procedures to speak to Prime Minister David Cameron, prompting authorities to review security measures to avoid similar incidents in future.
Maharashtra government has given its nod to pay Rs 35 crores to acquire a property where Dr BR Ambedkar lived during his stay here and convert it into a memorial of the architect of India's Constitution.
As world leaders flew to Saudi Arabia to mark the death of King Abdullah, several prominent British politicians criticised the deference shown to the leader of a country accused of having a poor human rights record.
US spies intercepted communications between the chief suspects in the murder case of Russian former spy Alexander Litvinenko, linking his poisoning to the Russian state, Britain`s Daily Telegraph reported Saturday.