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'Jallikattu' stir spreads to Sri Lanka, UK and Australia

Hundreds of UK-based Indian Tamils have come together to organise a series of protests in favour of Jallikattu this week in London and across the UK.

EU leaders welcome Brexit clarity, Merkel says EU united ahead of talks

EU leaders welcome Brexit clarity, Merkel says EU united ahead of talks

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said EU negotiators were "not in a hostile mood" toward Britain.

Brexit talks can only begin once Britain triggers Article 50: German govt

Negotiations about Britain`s future relationship with the remaining 27 European Union members can only start once the British government has invoked Article 50 to start the divorce talks, a German government spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Two million liberated from ISIS, says UK

UK Defence Secretary Michael Fallon today said the US-led coalition has made substantial progress in Syria and Iraq, leading to the liberation of over 2 million people from Islamic State (IS) control in the last year.

Muslim job-seekers are disadvantaged in UK: Govt

Muslim job-seekers in the UK are disadvantaged, the British government has acknowledged after Muslims were found to be facing significant pay gaps compared with those who identify as Christian.

ICC Cricket WC 2019: Pakistan eyeing direct qualification with good show against Australia in ODI series

ICC Cricket WC 2019: Pakistan eyeing direct qualification with good show against Australia in ODI series

Pakistan is presently in a serious danger of failing to qualify directly for the ICC World Cup 2019 as it is sitting in eighth position on 89 points.

Queen Elizabeth II was ''nearly shot'' by palace guard

The Queen apparently likes to go for a stroll when she cannot sleep.

Britain`s ambassador to EU quits: Report

Britain`s ambassador to EU quits: Report

Ivan Rogers had been in his post since November 2013, having been prime minister David Cameron`s Europe adviser.

Britain's first baby of 2017 is of Indian origin

Britain's first baby of 2017 is an Indian-origin girl, who came into the world at 12.01 am, just a minute into the New Year.

ISIS plotting chemical attack on UK: Minister

Islamic State terror group is plotting mass casualty chemical attacks against Britain, a senior UK minister has warned.

Margaret Thatcher's resignation shocked US, Soviet Union: Files

Margaret Thatcher became the British Prime Minister on May 04, 1979, and was the first woman to hold the position in British history.

Sikh campaigners seek release of UK files on 1984 Golden Temple assault

The Indian government has put the death toll from the action, named Operation Blue Star, at about 400 people, whereas Sikh groups say many more were killed.

British PM Theresa May calls for post-Brexit unity in Christmas message

British PM Theresa May calls for post-Brexit unity in Christmas message

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday called for post-Brexit unity in her annual Christmas message and said Britain must seize its historic opportunity and move forward into the future.

Nigel Farage says he wants to be a bridge between UK and Trump

Leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage said on Sunday he wanted to be a bridge between the British government and the new U.S. administration.

101-year-old British man guilty of child sex offences

A 101-year-old man, thought to be the oldest person convicted in British legal history, was on Friday found guilty of historical child sex offences.

Smooth orderly Brexit in interests of all: British PM Theresa May

British Prime Minister Theresa May today called for a Brexit that is as "smooth and orderly" as possible.

UK police arrests six in anti-terrorism raids

Six persons, including a woman, were today arrested in the UK following anti-terrorism raids across London and the Midlands region of England.

UK Hindu temples ban new five-pound 'animal fat' notes

UK Hindu temples ban new five-pound 'animal fat' notes

A petition titled 'Remove Tallow from bank notes' has clocked nearly 130,000 signatures.

UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

Britain hopes to tackle the issue of the future rights of European Union citizens in Britain and Britons living in the EU early on in talks on Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. 

'Have cake and eat it' Brexit secret notes cause stir in UK

A secret memo caught on camera in the hands of an aide to a Conservative Party leader outside Downing Street after a Brexit meeting caused a stir in UK political circles on Tuesday, forcing the government to distance itself saying these were "individual notes".