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World  /  Published 15.06.20

Long queues of shoppers outside UK stores

Rishi Sunak, the chancellor, will be a happier man now that shopping for clothes, shoes, electronic gadgetry and books began in England on Monday but with stores applying — or attempting to apply â€...
By Amit Roy in London

Calcutta  /  Published 13.06.20

A dad gets to hug his son

The first flight bringing back stranded Indians from the UK to Calcutta, as part of the Centre’s Vande Bharat mission, landed at the city airport on Friday afternoon. The Air India flight from Londo...
By Snehal Sengupta in Dum Dum

World  /  Published 12.06.20

Indian-origin doctor in lung transplant milestone in Chicago

A young woman whose lungs were destroyed by the coronavirus received a double lung transplant last week at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, the hospital reported on Thursday, the first known...
By Denise Grady in New York

Business  /  Published 11.06.20

Unilever sticks to London

Consumer goods giant Unilever says it will end its Anglo-Dutch corporate structure and be based in London, backing away from a proposal two years ago to move to the Netherlands. The group behind hous...
By AP and Reuters in London

World  /  Published 09.06.20

Gandhi statue defiled in London

Black Lives Matter protesters have vandalised Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament Square, London, daubing “racist” on the pedestal steps and throwing a little white paint on the burnished bron...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 04.06.20

Pro-Floyd protests spread to London

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has voiced her support for Star Wars actor John Boyega who made an emotional speech at a Black Lives Matter protest in London.There is nervousness among the British au...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 01.06.20

UK schools reopen

Most students were allowed to return to some elementary schools in England on Monday as lockdown measures eased, but many parents have decided to keep their children home, concerned that the risks pos...
By New York Times News Service in New York

Opinion  /  Published 29.05.20

Huge shift: Why video lectures could turn students into robots

The decision by Cambridge University to deliver all its lectures online for the whole of the academic year 2020-2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic has been described as “shocking and sad” by...
By Amit Roy in

World  /  Published 26.05.20

Junior minister quits over Boris aide breach

Junior minister Douglas Ross resigned from the British government on Tuesday over the handling of accusations that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s senior adviser had broken the coronavirus lockdown b...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 25.05.20

I behaved legally and responsibly: Boris aide

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s embattled aide on Monday faced up to the media and defended his action of driving 260 miles to his parents’ home at the height of the coronavirus stay-at-hom...
By PTI in London


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