21 Jun 2015
London: Tainted former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi invoked the names of British royalty, including Prince Charles and his brother Andrew, while seeking his travel papers from the UK Home Office, according to a media report today.
17 Jun 2015
New Delhi: As BJP battled a deepening row involving two of its top leaders Vasundhara Raje and Sushma Swaraj, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram today demanded release of all letters written to British authorities on Lalit Modi case during the UPA regime which he said will answer accusations against Congress and him.
08 Dec 2014
London: A British MP was caught playing Candy Crush, a popular puzzle game, on his iPad while attending a Parliamentary Committee meeting.
07 Sep 2016
Kolkata: The car in which Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had made his 'great escape' from his ancestral house in 1941 when he was under house arrest by the then British government, is being restored by his family.
24 Nov 2014
Panaji: Dempo SC have roped in British stopper back and former Portsmouth Academy product Calum Angus for the upcoming season.
21 Nov 2014
Lucknow: British Council on Friday announced 401 scholarships for Indian students this year as part of its Great Britain campaign.With 401 scholarships this year and over 750 in the last two years, this is the largest scholarships programme offered to Indian students.
21 May 2015
London: British Sports business magazine 'SportsPro' has named Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli as the six most marketable athlete of this year ahead of the likes of sprint king Usain Bolt and football superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
08 May 2015
London: Prime Minister David Cameron won a stunning election victory in Britain, confounding poll predictions that the vote would be the closest in decades to sweep into office for another five years with a clear majority and his Labour opponents in tatters.
28 Oct 2014
New Delhi: British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon will arrive here on a one-day visit on Thursday to commemorate India's contribution to World War 1, which saw the participation of over 1.1 million Indian soldiers and around 70,000 fatalities.
21 Oct 2014
London : British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the incursions across the Line of Control should stop and India and Pakistan engage in talks to ease tensions.