Kashmiri Alliance in UK plans counter-protest

An alliance of 'Kashmiri nationalist parties' based in the UK have decided to go on hunger strike to counter an anti-India rally planned here on Sunday.

Andy Murray eases past Jurgen Melzer, Tomas Berdych out in Valencia
Andy Murray eases past Jurgen Melzer, Tomas Berdych out in Valencia

Andy Murray`s return to form continued as he progressed to the second round of the Valencia Open on Wednesday with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Austria`s Jurgen Melzer.

Tomas Berdych shocked by Pablo Andujar in Valencia
Tomas Berdych shocked by Pablo Andujar in Valencia

Tomas Berdych`s hopes of reaching the World Tour Finals in London next month suffered a blow as he was dumped out of the Valencia Open in the first round by Pablo Andujar 6-3, 6-3 on Wednesday.

Strong winds hit Britain, one killed

Strong gusts blew down a tree in London, killing a woman Tuesday morning as heavy winds swept parts of Britain, authorities said.

DMRC bribery case: Alstom Transport India ex-MD to face charge in UK

A former managing director of Alstom Transport India, the first person to face charges in connection with a bribery investigation into the UK subsidiary of the French train and turbine giant, will appear in court next month.

Pak group's rally plan in London: India raises concern with UK

India has raised with Britain its concerns about a Pakistani group planning to host an anti-India rally in London to highlight the Kashmir issue.

Marin Cilic to meet Roberto Bautista-Agut in Moscow`s final
Marin Cilic to meet Roberto Bautista-Agut in Moscow`s final

US Open champion Marin Cilic battled back from a set down to advance into the Kremlin Cup final after beating last year`s runner-up Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan on Saturday.

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal tackle two extremes in Basel
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal tackle two extremes in Basel

Home hero Roger Federer and ailing Rafael Nadal will be working to completely different agendas when the Swiss Indoors begins on Monday.

Thousands march on London over wages

Tens of thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday to protest against falling real wages and public spending cuts introduced to tame Britain's deficit.

Five charged with IS plot to kill Scotland Yard officers

Five men have been charged here in connection with an alleged Islamic State (IS) plot to carry out a drive-by gun attack against Scotland Yard officers.

Brendon McCullum to testify in Chris Cairns perjury trial
Brendon McCullum to testify in Chris Cairns perjury trial

New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum said on Saturday he will testify against former teammate Chris Cairns in a perjury trial in London next year because he feels a duty "to protect the game".

Couple receives SMS from dead granny; text reads 'I'm watching over you'

In what may sound spooky to many, a British couple received a text message from their dead grandmother whom they had buried in her grave three years back, as per reports.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay to hold world premiere in London
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay to hold world premiere in London

'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' will hold its world premiere in London on November 10, it has been confirmed.

Gujaratis in UK want direct flights to Ahmedabad

Gujaratis, who constitute nearly half of the Indian Diaspora in the UK, on Friday called on the new Indian government to launch direct flight routes between Britain and Ahmedabad.

UK can help achieve Modi's vision to transform India: Hammond

The UK can help in every aspect of Prime Minister Narendra Modi' vision to transform India, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said here on Friday.

'Black sheep' becomes English duke but palace in doubt

The Duke of Marlborough died Thursday, meaning the troubled son he once described as the "black sheep of the family" inherits the historic English title -- but not necessarily the palace that goes with it.

Ex-Sunday Mirror journalist to be charged with phone-hacking

A former Sunday Mirror journalist is to be charged with hacking phones 13 years ago, prosecutors said on Thursday.

Sushma Swaraj to inaugurate Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in London

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to London on Thursday to participate in the regional Pravasi Bhartiya Divas, being organised to reach out to 1.3 million Indian diaspora in Europe and project trade and business opportunities in India.

Mahatma Gandhi's statue in London's Parliament Square to be ready soon

Mahatma Gandhi's statue would be ready in London's Parliament Square in the next few months, UK's culture secretary Sajid Javid said here on Tuesday.