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Britain to start EU exit process before April

Britain to start EU exit process before April

Prime Minister Theresa May said Britain would start the formal process for leaving the EU before April as her governing Conservative Party opened its annual conference on Sunday.

Six shot, one dead, at Alabama rally - media reports

Six people were shot, one of them fatally, when gunfire broke out after a rally at a Birmingham public housing project on Sunday, media reports said.

Indian men's campaign ends in All England Badminton

Indian men's campaign ends in All England Badminton

With the exit of all the Indian male shuttlers, only top women's player Saina Nehwal still remains in the fray.

Andy Murray to lead British Davis Cup defence against Japan

Andy Murray to lead British Davis Cup defence against Japan

Murray has not played since losing to Novak Djokovic in last month`s Australian Open final.

Clean Britain drive for Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday

Clean Britain drive for Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday

The UK is planning a cleanliness drive to spruce up at least 12 areas of the country in time for Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birth anniversary celebrations later this year.

BIZARRE: In Britain, this Asian teenage girl was thrown off bus for too much makeup

A British Asian teenage girl was thrown off a bus by a woman conductor for 'wearing too much make-up' to have a child's ticket, according to a media report.

Indian-origin U-18 star Yan Dhanda signs contract with Liverpool

Indian-origin U-18 star Yan Dhanda signs contract with Liverpool

The 17-year-old Birmingham-born play-maker joined the Reds' academy in July 2013 from West Bromwich Albion and has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal.

Darul Uloom Islamic school in UK forces woman governor to sit in separate room

Darul Uloom Islamic school in UK forces woman governor to sit in separate room

A Muslim school in the UK was found practising gender segregation after it forced a woman governor to sit in a separate room and talk through an open doorway during official meetings. 

David Cameron greets Indian diaspora on Diwali

Describing Diwali as a "great moment" in Britain's national calendar, Prime Minister David Cameron today greeted the Indian diaspora and lauded the community for their "incredible" contribution to the UK.

Manchester City held as Aston Villa start Remi Garde era with battling draw

Manchester City held as Aston Villa start Remi Garde era with battling draw

Manchester City were hold to a goalless draw away to bottom club Aston Villa.

Urgent action needed to improve air quality in London

London has been named as one of six major cities in Britain where urgent action is needed to improve air quality.

Angelique Kerber targets Wimbledon after debut grass win in Birmingham

Angelique Kerber targets Wimbledon after debut grass win in Birmingham

Angelique Kerber suggested that she is back to her best in time for Wimbledon after lifting her first grass court title in a compelling final against Karolina Pliskova in Birmingham on Sunday.

Karolina Pliskova conquers rain and a giant-killer to reach Birmingham final

Karolina Pliskova conquers rain and a giant-killer to reach Birmingham final

Karolina Pliskova, the tall, steep-serving Czech with the tattoos and an increasing penchant for grass, beat both the rain and the week`s greatest giant-killer to reach the final in Birmingham on Saturday.

Kristina Mladenovic causes another grass-court upset

Kristina Mladenovic causes another grass-court upset

Kristina Mladenovic, the cosmopolitan Frenchwoman with two Grand Slam doubles titles and a liking for grass, produced her second successive upset at the Wimbledon warm-up tournament in Birmingham on Thursday.

Sania Mirza-Casey Dellacqua pair suffer 1st round defeat in Birmingham

Sania Mirza-Casey Dellacqua pair suffer 1st round defeat in Birmingham

Playing with new partner Casey Dellacqua in the absence of Martina Hingis, India's Sania Mirza crashed out of the WTA Aegon Classic following a straight set defeat, here on Thursday.

Sabine Lisicki's world record of 27 aces in a match

Sabine Lisicki's world record of 27 aces in a match

German tennis ace Sabine Lisicki set a world record for serving aces in a women's singles match by firing 27 aces past Swiss Belinda Bencic to win her second round outing at the Aegon Classic here.

Crisis-hit Eugenie Bouchard forgets Wimbledon

Crisis-hit Eugenie Bouchard forgets Wimbledon

Eugenie Bouchard slumped to a seventh opening round loss in nine tournaments on Wednesday, casting a major doubt over her ability to repeat last year`s run to the Wimbledon final.

Mo Farah set for Monaco return after Alberto Salazar controversy

Mo Farah set for Monaco return after Alberto Salazar controversy

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah confirmed on Wednesday he will return to the track for the Diamond League meeting at Monaco on July 17, his first appearance since doping allegations against his coach Alberto Salazar.

Victoria Azarenka injures foot, Ana Ivanovic loses in Birmingham

Victoria Azarenka injures foot, Ana Ivanovic loses in Birmingham

Former world number one Victoria Azarenka was forced out of the Aegon Classic in Birmingham with a foot injury on Wednesday shortly after defending champion Ana Ivanovic suffered a shock defeat.

Defending champion Ana Ivanovic beaten in Birmingham

Defending champion Ana Ivanovic beaten in Birmingham

Defending champion Ana Ivanovic double-faulted on match point on the way to losing to qualifier Michelle Larcher De Brito in the second round of the Aegon Classic in Birmingham on Wednesday.