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Lord Dolar Popat appointed UK’s new trade envoy to Uganda

Prime Minister David Cameron has appointed Ugandan-born Peer Lord Dolar Popat as the new Trade Envoy to Uganda. Lord Popat will become the UK's...

Indian-origin Briton deported from US due to ‘skin colour’

A UK-based Indian-origin man who had travelled to the US from London on a business trip has alleged that he was held for 13...

UK Maoist cult leader jailed for 23 years for raping followers

A MAOIST cult leader, convicted of raping and beating his brainwashed British female followers and keeping his own daughter a fearful prisoner for more...

Britain’s William and Kate to visit Taj Mahal on India tour

BRITAIN'S Prince William and wife Kate will visit the Taj Mahal, where his mother princess Diana posed for one of her most famous photographs,...

Shakespeare’s grave radar scanned in UK for hidden secrets

WILLIAM Shakespeare's grave at a church in a town in the UK has been scanned using high-tech radar to unearth hidden secrets about the...

UK issues guidelines to minimise exclamation marks

THE UK have issued new guidelines to teachers to clamp down the usage of exclamation marks on what they perceive as its over-use by...

Two-thirds of British women sexually harassed in public places, finds survey

TWO-THIRDS of British women have been sexually harassed in public places and more than one-third have experienced unwanted sexual touching, according to an online...

Cameron admits he profited from father’s offshore fund

BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron admitted on Thursday (April 7) he had held a £30,000 stake in an offshore fund set up by his...

Britain celebrates Queen’s 90th birthday

BRITAIN on Thursday (April 21) celebrated the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II with gun salutes and fireworks and Prime Minister David Cameron paying...

UK ready to take stake in Tata’s steel plants in rescue deal

BRITAIN could part-nationalise Tata's UK steel plants by taking a 25 per cent equity stake, as part of a support package worth hundreds of...