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Uri attack: Death toll touches 18, India decides to isolate Pakistan on the global stage

Sep 19, 2016

Uri attack: Death toll touches 18, India decides to isolate Pakistan on the global stage

In one of the deadliest attacks on the Army in recent years, 17 jawans were killed and 19 others injured as heavily armed militants stormed a battalion headquarters of the force in North Kashmir's Uri town early on Sunday. #India #US #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #France #NewsTracker #Kashmir #Rajnath Singh #Indian Army #UK #Uri Attack
Former British PM David Cameron quits politics, hopes to start a life outside Westminster

Sep 13, 2016

Former British PM David Cameron quits politics, hopes to start a life outside Westminster

Cameron's decision to resign triggers an obscure parliamentary procedure, because lawmakers are technically not able to resign. #Prime Minister #NewsTracker #David Cameron #UK #MP #Cameron #British PM
Sikh temple in UK stormed by 30 men with bladed weapons opposing a mixed marriage

Sep 11, 2016

Sikh temple in UK stormed by 30 men with bladed weapons opposing a mixed marriage

A group of over 30 men, believed to be carrying "bladed weapons", occupied a Sikh temple in the UK, opposing a mixed marriage between a Sikh and a non-Sikh. #Sikh #NewsTracker #UK #Jatinder Singh Birdi #Gurudwara Sahib #Tachbrook Drive
Fifteen years after 11 September attacks: Terrorism a mutating virus adapting to changing world

Sep 11, 2016

Fifteen years after 11 September attacks: Terrorism a mutating virus adapting to changing world

Post 9/11 terrorism, the risk posed by people you’ve known for years, picking up a gun and going on a shooting spree – inspired by something they’ve seen online – is growing. #Barack Obama #Terrorism #US #Al-Qaeda #9/11 #ConnectTheDots #War On Terror #terror #UK #islamic-state #Radicalisation
Bank of England chief defends post-Brexit policy, says BoE action reduced recession risks

Sep 07, 2016

Bank of England chief defends post-Brexit policy, says BoE action reduced recession risks

Carney said he was "absolutely serene about" forecasts made by the BoE ahead of the shock vote outcome. #European Union #England #EU #Bank of England #Britain #UK #Brexit #Mark Carney
UK's visa policy may negatively impact Indians: Narendra Modi to Theresa May

Sep 05, 2016

UK's visa policy may negatively impact Indians: Narendra Modi to Theresa May

Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier. #India #Narendra Modi #David Cameron #G20 #UK #Theresa May #GST Bill #2014 G20 Summit #Vikas Swarup #Brexit
Brexit: UK lawmakers to debate second EU membership referendum

Sep 05, 2016

Brexit: UK lawmakers to debate second EU membership referendum

British lawmakers will debate a public petition on whether to hold a second referendum on the country's membership in the European Union. #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #UK #EU Referendum #Brexit
Modi meets UK's new PM Theresa May, holds discussion on enhancing bilateral ties

Sep 05, 2016

Modi meets UK's new PM Theresa May, holds discussion on enhancing bilateral ties

Modi on Monday for the first time met new Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May in Hangzhou and held discussions on enhancing bilateral ties. #World #India #NewsTracker #Britain #UK #G20 summit #Theresa May #PM Narendra Modi #Hangzhou
British PM Theresa May casts doubt on points-based immigration after Brexit

Sep 05, 2016

British PM Theresa May casts doubt on points-based immigration after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May has committed to cracking down on immigration from the European Union, while casting doubts on introducing a points-based system, according to her comments released. #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #Immigration #UK #Theresa May #Brexit