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Britain
World  /  Published 17.01.22

Boris's wife admits flout

The British Prime Minister’s youthful and fun-loving wife, Carrie Johnson, has offered an apology for breaching Covid-19 rules in September 2020 when she was photographed hugging a friend at a W...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 13.12.21

UK opens up booster jabs to all above 30

Britain’s health authorities said on Sunday that bookings for the Covid booster vaccines for everyone aged 30 and over in England would be open from Monday, as one of the key actions aimed at ta...
By PTI in London

World  /  Published 11.12.21

UK braces for omicron wave

With cases of the omicron variant doubling every three days and the government doing an about-face on restrictions it had long resisted, Britain is bracing for a new coronavirus surge, unsure if it wi...
By Megan Specia in London

World  /  Published 07.12.21

Omicron puts Europe on edge

Dozens of new cases of the omicron variant were reported in Britain and Denmark on Sunday, adding to increases across Europe and fuelling fears that the virus has already spread widely. The coronavir...
By New York Times News Service in London

World  /  Published 30.11.21

What we don’t know about the virus

South African scientists identified a new version of the coronavirus that they say is behind a recent spike in Covid-19 infections in Gauteng, the country’s most populous province. It’s u...
By AP/PTI in London

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World  /  Published 27.11.21

Honour for Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak, the first Indian to become chancellor of the exchequer, has been named “Politician of the Year” by The Spectator. This annual event hosted by the magazine is traditionally at...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 22.11.21

UK calls for global action

Britain called on Sunday for international action on the issue of medical devices such as oximeters that work better on people with lighter skin, saying the disparities may have cost lives of ethnic m...
By Reuters in London

Opinion  /  Published 15.11.21

A mole in the crown

Michael Carritt is remembered as a British civil servant with underground links to Indian communists. Educated at Oxford, he joined the Indian Civil Service and served the Bengal Presidency in several...
By Suranjan Das

Sports  /  Published 09.11.21

Tennis remains Emma’s priority

Britain’s Emma Raducanu said she will not let her off-court commitments get in the way of training as she looks to return to the kind of form that earned her a maiden Grand Slam title at the US ...
By Reuters in London

India  /  Published 05.11.21

Fossil fuel funds halt signal

Twenty countries, including the US, Britain and Canada, on Thursday announced they would stop public finance for the fossil fuel sector by the end of 2022 as part of efforts to hasten the world’...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi


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