Britain to release Prince Charles `black spider memos`

 Britain`s top court on Thursday ruled that secret letters from Prince Charles to government ministries should be published, in a potential setback for the monarchy seen as a victory for media freedoms.

Chopper scam: ED to reply on time required to collect evidence

 The Delhi High Court today sought response from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on the time it would take to collect evidence from Britain in a money laundering case in connection with the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper deal.

UK to train Syrian opposition forces to fight IS group: minister

 Britain will begin training Syrian "moderate opposition forces" in Turkey and other regional countries within weeks as part of its efforts to fight Islamic State militants, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced on Thursday.

Thailand toughens trafficking law with death penalty, steep fines

  Thailand`s parliament voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to introduce harsher punishments for human traffickers, including life imprisonment and the death penalty in cases where their victims had died.

Britain warns of nuclear arms race if Iran deal fails

 Failure to secure a deal with Iran could mean a nuclear arms race in the Middle East, Britain`s foreign minister warned in comments released on Thursday.

Police cleared over shooting that sparked English riots

 Britain`s police watchdog on Wednesday found no evidence of wrongdoing by officers involved in the shooting of a mixed-race man in London in 2011, which sparked nationwide riots.

Justin Bieber to headline a music festival in Britain
Justin Bieber to headline a music festival in Britain

Singer Justin Bieber has confirmed that he will be headlining a festival in Birmingham this August. This will be his first appearance on the British stage since his 2013 tour which suffered with a lot of difficulties.

Honest, arrogant or foolhardy? Cameron rules out third term

British Prime Minister David Cameron`s announcement that he would not seek a third term sparked heated debate on Tuesday over whether he was being laudably honest or had undermined his authority just weeks before an election.

Britain says to "beef up" defence of disputed Falkland Islands

Britain plans to "beef up" its defences of the disputed Falkland Islands to ensure they are properly protected, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said on Tuesday, in comments likely to irk Argentina which still lays claim to the archipelago. 

Britain`s UKIP expels MEP for party `disrepute`

 Britain`s eurosceptic, anti-immigration UK Independence Party (UKIP) expelled European Parliament member Janice Atkinson for "bringing the party into disrepute", a spokesman said on Monday.

Lawmakers urge Britain to re-arm in response to Russia

 Britain must urgently rebuild defence capabilities abandoned after the Cold War to face growing global threats, including from Russia, a committee of lawmakers warned on Tuesday.

British PM Cameron says won't seek third term in power

 British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday ruled out seeking a third term in office if he won a second mandate in a tightly fought national election on May 7, saying it would then be time for a new leader of his right-leaning Conservatives.

British candidate resigns over right-wing fake rally plot

 A candidate for Britain`s ruling Conservative Party in a key seat in May`s general election resigned on Monday after being accused of plotting with the far-right to stage a fake anti-mosque protest.

Zee Media's initiative #India Fights Back: A response to British media!

Zee Media's initiative #India Fights Back is a response to British Media which is maligning India's image by presenting disarrayed facts and figures about rape.

Qatar upholds death sentence for British teacher murder

A Qatari court on Monday upheld a death sentence against a local man convicted of the murder of British school teacher Lauren Patterson.

We'll always fight by your side, Britain tells United States

British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon told the United States on Monday his country would always be at Washington`s side on the battlefield "when the chips are down", part of a concerted campaign to assuage US fears over British defence spending.

Russia has 'more right' to Crimea than UK to Falklands, says Moscow

Russia has more claim to Crimea than Britain has to the Falkland Islands, a senior Russian lawmaker insisted Sunday as London again denounced Moscow`s "illegal annexation" of the peninsula.

World powers hail resumption of Libya political dialogue

European powers and the United States welcomed renewed dialogue between Libya`s rival political factions, amid UN-mediated talks aimed at reaching an agreement to form a unity government in the strife-torn country.

DNA: Analysis of open cheating in Bihar board exams

Open cheating in Bihar where family members of students appearing for their class 10 board exams were caught on Thursday mounting over the school building wall to pass chits and assist their wards in the exam hall.

Britain, France, Germany, EU`s Mogherini to hold Iran nuclear talks

EU foreign affairs head Federica Mogherini will hold talks Friday with British, French and German leaders to discuss ongoing negotiations on Iran`s contested nuclear programme, her office said.