A special trial court here on Friday acquitted all six accused in the 2002 post-Godhra riots case in which three British nationals and their Indian driver were killed at Prantij town in Gujarat's Sabarkantha district, for want of evidence against them.
Embroiled in 'cash for access' scandal after being caught in a sting, Conservative Party leader Malcolm Rifkind has resigned as the chairman of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee that supervises the work of spy agencies MI5 and MI6.
Former British foreign secretaries Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind on Monday sought to defend themselves after they fell for a sting laid by journalists and were caught on tape offering their services to private firms in return for cash.
Yakovlevs - a four aircraft aerobatic display team from the UK flying Russian-origin Yak aircraft -- made its debut at the 'Aero India' air show here on Thursday, enthralling the audience and winning hearts.
Good quality academic infrastructure in developed countries attracts student talent from across the world. Sanchayan Bhattacharjee looks at the advantages, opportunities and challenges of studying in the United Kingdom (UK).
The drafting of a bill to amend the Prevention of Corruption Act has come under the criticism of the Law Commission which has held that the approach to "transplant" certain provisions from a foreign legislation is misconceived and will create further confusion.