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Dewani’s house vandalised in UK

BRITISH-INDIAN millionaire Shrien Dewani's house in the UK was vandalised, a day after he returned from South Africa after being cleared by a court...
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UK’s first woman Sikh MP elected to key Parliament panel

Britain's first woman Sikh MP has been elected to an influential cross-party panel in the UK Parliament that examines the workings of the Home...

British lawmaker killed, Brexit campaigns suspended

A British member of parliament was shot dead in the street on Thursday (June 16), causing deep shock across Britain and the suspension of...

UK woman dies after poisoning by Soviet-era nerve agent

The death of Sturgess was being investigated as a murder, police said in a statement. Prime Minister Theresa May said she was appalled and...

UK eases Leicester lockdown as top scientist warns of winter virus spike

The British government on Thursday said it will partially ease a two-week-old local lockdown imposed on the central English city Leicester, after the number...

Modi raises student visa issue with Cameron

INDIAN Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over a sharp decline in the number of Indian students coming to study in the UK...

Pakistani asylum seeker died on train

AN Asylum seeker died just hours later on a train after he was released from an immigration removal centre being deemed as too sick.   Detainee...

Theresa seeks business leaders’ help for Brexit

  British Prime Minister Theresa May has called on business leaders to help her government win back Britons disillusioned with liberal elites and globalization by...

Britain warns India tax plan may hurt investment

BRITISH finance minister George Osborne yesterday criticised an Indian plan to retroactively tax business deals, saying it could damage foreign investment in the fast-developing...

US puts Iran ‘on notice’ after missile launch

The US today put Iran "on notice" for test-firing a ballistic missile and warned of consequences for its "malign actions", signalling a more hardline...