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British DJ Hosts World’s Highest Party On Everest

Top British DJ Paul Oakenfold braved thinning air and freezing temperatures to host the "highest party on earth" at Everest base camp on Tuesday,...

Gandhi stamps sold at 500,000 pounds at auction in UK

A set of four rare stamps featuring the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi has been sold for record 500,000 pounds at an auction in the...

38 Indians detained in UK for visa breach in factory raids

    LONDON: Britain's immigration officials have detained 38 Indians, including nine women, for overstaying their visas or working illegally after conducting raids in two clothing...

UK will not pay 100 billion euro EU exit bill, says Brexit minister

      Britain will not be paying 100 billion euros to leave the European Union, Brexit minister David Davis said on Wednesday after the Financial Times...

PM May vows energy price cap if re-elected

 Prime Minister Theresa May vowed on Tuesday to introduce a cap on domestic energy prices that would cut tariffs for around 17 million families...

Tributes paid to aviation pioneer Maneck Dalal in UK

        Tributes were paid to Maneck Dalal,  the aviation pioneer behind international expansion of Air India, who recently passed away here.  Speaking at a condolence...

British Indian surgeon leads cricket bat design research

A British Indian surgeon's research into the design of a cricket bat aimed at mitigating its dominance over the ball and maintaining balance between...

Under-pressure PM Theresa May amends key campaign pledge

Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday amended an unpopular campaign proposal for elderly care just days after unveiling it, prompting accusations that she could...

British PM candidates clash over Brexit in TV grilling

      Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn took diverging tacks over Brexit negotiations on Monday as they faced a live televised grilling...

After attacks, Britain’s tumultuous election campaign enters final day

Britain entered the final day of campaigning ahead of a parliamentary election that will define its approach to leaving the European Union but has...