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Charles III gets going
THe newly-crowned King of Britain wishes if there were 48 hours in a day as he gets going with official commitments amid the mourning period. Here are some glimpses...
By Our Web Desk
India beats UK economy to 5th slot
India has overtaken the UK to become the world's fifth-largest economy and is now behind only the US, China, Japan and Germany, according to IMF projections. A decade back, India was ranked...
By PTI in New Delhi
British bomber to be rescued
Dutch officials have formally approved plans to recover a British bomber that was shot down by German forces during World War II, according to a statement. The sensitive operation to retrieve the pla...
By Deutsche Welle
Ex-UK envoy to Myanmar held
A former British ambassador to Myanmar who now heads a business ethics advisory group in the Southeast Asian country has been arrested, reports in the country’s independent online media said on ...
By AP/PTI in Bangkok
Myanmar arrests ex-UK ambassador
Myanmar has detained the UK's former ambassador to the country, where a military junta seized power last year, according to reports on Thursday. Sources said that both Vicky Bowman, who currently...
By Deutsche Welle
Strike hits UK’s biggest port
More than 1,900 workers at Britain’s biggest container port are due on Sunday to start eight days of strike action that their union and shipping companies warn could seriously affect trade and s...
By Reuters in London
Pro-Rishi Tories may be dumped
Tory MPs who support Rishi Sunak to be the next party leader and Prime Minister have been threatened they will be “de-selected” unless they change their allegiance to Liz Truss. De-...
By Amit Roy in London
UK: Priti blow to Pak
Britain has clinched a new agreement with Pakistan, dubbed a "landmark" deal, to speedily remove Pakistani nationals with no legal right to remain in the UK. The Returns Agreement was signe...
By PTI in London
Modi’s Har Ghar Tiranga campaign overdrive
Flags are powerful representatives of identity — whether of nations, political groups, religious organisations or sporting bodies. They can unify people. But as India approaches its 75th In...
By The Editorial Board
Sunak: I'd rather lose doing right thing
Britain's prime ministerial candidate Rishi Sunak has insisted that he would rather lose the Conservative Party leadership race to replace Boris Johnson than win on a false promise on how he plans...
By Aditi Khanna in London
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