Interference of UK in Kashmir unacceptable: BJP

Jammu and Kashmir BJP on Tuesday condemned the reported move to hold a `special debate` in the British House of Commons on human rights situation in Kashmir, saying it was "a brazen interference" in India`s internal affairs.

Interference of UK in Kashmir unacceptable: BJP

Jammu and Kashmir BJP on Tuesday condemned the reported move to hold a `special debate` in the British House of Commons on human rights situation in Kashmir, saying it was "a brazen interference" in India`s internal affairs.

UK launches `Families Matter` campaign against terror

The UK government has backed a new national campaign aimed at preventing young people from travelling from Britain to war zones like Syria and Iraq by making them aware of the fear and distress felt by those they leave behind.

UK government plans jihadi rehabilitation scheme

The UK government is considering adopting a German scheme that encourages jihadists to return home from Syria and Iraq and sign up for de-radicalisation classes, a media report said on Sunday.

`Star Wars` spinoff to be filmed in UK

Britain`s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has revealed that the recently announced Star Wars spinoff will also be shot in the UK.

UK bans sex-based abortions

The UK government has issued fresh guidelines to close a legal loophole that allowed sex-based abortions amid reports that several infant girls were "missing" in certain ethnic communities, largely British Asian, who have a cultural preference to a male child.

Prince Charles loses legal bid to keep his letters private

A leading British daily newspaper today won a legal bid to make public Prince Charles` letters to UK government departments.

British MPs question end to India aid

British MPs have questioned the UK government`s decision to cut bilateral aid to India from 2015.

Summon British High Commissioner: Sukhbir to Centre

Sukhbir Badal night said the attack on an elderly Sikh by a British teenage girl had hurt feelings of the community.

Assault on elderly Sikh a shameful example of hate crime: SAD

Shiromani Akali Dal termed the attack on an elderly Sikh by a teenage British girl as yet another shameful example of hate crime.

Cong takes a dig at Modi`s glee over `UK stamp of approval`

Ending a 10-year boycott of Narendra Modi imposed after the 2002 riots, the UK today said it has decided to resume engagement with Gujarat.

UK government tells Britons to leave Mali

A coup in Mali was triggered last week by anger at President`s handling of a rebellion in the north of the country.

UK bid to be most transparent govt in world

Britain has launched a consultation exercise to further open government data for public access.

UK Govt sends police to Norway after horror attack

A British police officer is in Norway to liaise with police over weekend attacks.

UK Government played down nuclear fears: Report

British government plans to use new generation nuclear power plants in its future energy plans.

Iraqi interpreters sue UK government: Lawyers

The Iraqi interpreters argue that British government failed to protect them.

UK Government warned to wise up over WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks has angered United States by releasing secret diplomatic cables.

New UK govt to ask Queen to take ‘at least’ 5% pay cut

Cameron-led coalition govt is expected to ask the Queen to take a pay cut.

UK apologizes to Vatican over Pope visit jokes

The British government has apologised to the Pope for suggesting that he should bless a gay marriage and even launch Papal-branded condoms.

Tatas close to signing financial aid package with UK

After an year-long negotiations,
India`s Tata Motors edged closer to signing a financial aid
package with the British government for its struggling UK
subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover, a media report said on Sunday.