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Tube strike hits millions of Londoners

Tube strike hits millions of Londoners

Millions of Londoners endured a chaotic start to the week today after a strike shut down most of the Underground network, including many city centre stations.

Olympic champion David Rudisha named event ambassador of Mumbai Marathon

Rudisha, retained his Olympic 800m title with an imperious display at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with a run of 1:42.15, the fastest time in the world.

FA Cup: Manchester City demolish woeful West Ham 5-0, cruise into fourth round

FA Cup: Manchester City demolish woeful West Ham 5-0, cruise into fourth round

 The spirits of Pep Guardiola would have been lifted by their display in the capital as City`s inconsistent form had started to weigh heavy on manager.

Sweden gets written report from Assange interview in London

An Ecuadorian prosecutor interviewed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, overseen by a Swedish prosecutor and a police investigator.

Do you know where Rahul Gandhi will celebrate New Year? Find details here

Do you know where Rahul Gandhi will celebrate New Year? Find details here

Unlike last year, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has not tweeted his year-end travel plans this time.

Muslim woman dragged on ground by her hijab in east London assault

Muslim woman dragged on ground by her hijab in east London assault

The woman was walking alone in Chingford, east London, when she was accosted by her attackers.

UK police arrests six in anti-terrorism raids

Six persons, including a woman, were today arrested in the UK following anti-terrorism raids across London and the Midlands region of England.

Despite suffering kidney failure, Sushma Swaraj helps an Indian in London –  Here's how Twitterratis reacted

Despite suffering kidney failure, Sushma Swaraj helps an Indian in London – Here's how Twitterratis reacted

After the news of her illness spread, several people had voiced their interests on social media platforms to donate their kidneys to Sushma Swaraj.

Pakistan SC questions money trail of PM Nawaz Sharif's London flats

Pakistan's Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the money trail of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's flats in London with one of the judges observing that there was no bank record of money being transferred from Pakistan to a foreign country.

UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

Britain hopes to tackle the issue of the future rights of European Union citizens in Britain and Britons living in the EU early on in talks on Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. 

UK cannot `have cake and eat it` on Brexit: Luxembourg PM

UK cannot `have cake and eat it` on Brexit: Luxembourg PM

Luxembourg Prime Minister also ruled out any transitional Brexit deal with the European Union to soften the impact of Britain`s departure.

Queen to invite Trump to Buckingham Palace

Queen to invite Trump to Buckingham Palace

"No visit has been organised but the Prime Minister is looking forward to welcoming the president-elect to the UK when he chooses to visit," A Downing Street spokesperson said.

ATP World Tour finals: Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic in semis, sets up final clash with Novak Djokovic

ATP World Tour finals: Andy Murray beats Milos Raonic in semis, sets up final clash with Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will fight to finish as year-end world number one in Sunday's final of the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

Swedish officials quiz WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at Ecuador embassy in London

Swedish officials quiz WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at Ecuador embassy in London

Swedish officials today questioned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for over four years, over sexual assault charges.

Baloch expats term Pakistani Army as ''terrorist army'', call for freedom

Baloch expats term Pakistani Army as ''terrorist army'', call for freedom

The protesting Baloch activists squarely blamed the Pakistani Army and ISI for the attacks and unrest in their impoverished province.

ATP Tour Finals: Gritty Novak Djokovic avoids Dominic Thiem upset in London, wins in three sets

ATP Tour Finals: Gritty Novak Djokovic avoids Dominic Thiem upset in London, wins in three sets

Djokovic`s 122-week reign at the top was ended by Andy Murray last weekend.

Theresa May's visit has moved India-UK relations forward: Indian envoy

Theresa May's visit has moved India-UK relations forward: Indian envoy

Theresa May's first visit to India as British Prime Minister earlier this week sent a clear signal to the world of the close ties the two countries share, the acting high commissioner of India to the UK has said.

Injured Rohit Sharma to fly to London, likely to miss Australia series as well

Injured Rohit Sharma to fly to London, likely to miss Australia series as well

Till date, the Nagpur-born batsman has played in 21 Tests and amassed 1,184 runs.

MI5 chief warns terror attack in Britain 'likely'

MI5 chief warns terror attack in Britain 'likely'

One of Britain's senior-most spy chiefs today warned that a terrorist strike in the UK remains "likely" as he said that there were about 3,000 "violent Islamic extremists" in the UK, most of them British, ISIS