25 Jul 2016
New York: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump yesterday said that France, Germany and other nations hit by terror attacks recently had only themselves to blame "because they allowed people to come into their territory.’’
04 Jul 2016
New Delhi: A regional branch of al Qaeda urged Muslims in India to revolt and carry out lone wolf attacks, a US monitoring site reported, few days after the rival jihadi movement Islamic State claimed responsibility for Bangladesh's worst militant attack.
09 Jul 2016
Mumbai/London: Putting on hold its UK business sale amid Brexit uncertainty, Tata Steel yesterday decided to explore other alternatives including joint venture with German giant ThyssenKrupp AG.
08 Jul 2016
Warsaw: US President Barack Obama said today he was confident that Britain and the European Union could make an "orderly transition" towards new ties after Britain's vote to leave the bloc.
07 Jul 2016
New Delhi: There is a famous saying in Bengali which states ‘Boroh Mashe Teroh Parbon’, which means ‘we celebrate thirteen festival in twelve months and rightly so’. India is a land of festivals with diverse cultures and traditions. In India, each festival is celebrated with tremendous zeal and enthusiasm.
27 Jun 2016
Berlin: The European Union's digital economy commissioner said today Britain should act quickly to implement its departure from the European Union to limit uncertainty that is rattling investors.
19 Jun 2016
London: Declared a proclaimed offender in a money laundering case and wanted in India, liquor baron Vijay Mallya was spotted at a book launch event at the London School of Economics this week that was attended by Indian High Commissioner Navtej Sarna, causing flutters back home.
26 Jun 2016
London: Over a million people have signed a petition in the UK calling for a second referendum over the country's EU membership following the shock Brexit vote.
07 Jul 2016
Silverstone: Troubled Indian businessman Vijay Mallya is set to make a rare public appearance in the United Kingdom tomorrow when he is scheduled to attend the team bosses press conference ahead of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix.
24 Jun 2016
London: Brexit is credit negative for the UK and may affect most sectors due to weaker medium-term growth and investment prospects, rating agencies Moody's and Fitch said today.