Arteta, whose positive test for COVID-19 led to the suspension of all elite football matches in England in March, said patience was key in bringing supporters back.
The British government has decided to relax quarantine requirements for athletes travelling to the UK, which gives Manchester City the green signal to host Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium for the last-16 Champions League clash.
Formula One is working to put on a British Grand Prix in July even if the country imposes quarantine measures on visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, F1 sources said on Sunday.
UK minister Michael Gove insists Brexit will happen by 31 October deadline despite Boris Johnson's delay request to EU
Brexit will happen by 31 October, British government minister Michael Gove said on Sunday.
India slams UK's Labour Party for demanding international intervention on Kashmir; MEA says move attempts to ‘pander to vote-bank interests’
India maintains that the Kashmir issue is a bilateral one and no third party has any role in it
Boris Johnson reiterates call for ‘flexibility’ in Brexit talks; ‘No breakthrough, no breakdown’, says EU Council President Donald Tusk
The British prime minister underlined to Tusk that his preference is for an exit agreement, a Downing Street spokesperson said
Brexit: British govt still struggling for solution to keep Irish border open; All you need to know about backstop measure
Brexit: How to keep the Irish border free-flowing has proved to be the toughest issue to resolve in negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union.
Brexit: Britain seeks 'legally binding' promises from EU leaders day after Theresa May postpones Parliament vote
Britain wants "legally binding" assurances from EU leaders it will not be trapped indefinitely in their customs union by the Irish "backstop" clause in the Brexit divorce, a minister said Tuesday.
Brexit in turmoil as Theresa May postpones Parliament vote; UK PM vows to seek changes from EU in deal
With EU officials adamant the withdrawal deal is not up for renegotiation, May's move threw Britain's Brexit plans into disarray, battered the pound and intensified the country's political crisis
Theresa May says 'It's my deal, no deal or no Brexit at all', claims second refrendum not right course
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday that British lawmakers faced a choice ahead of a vote on her Brexit deal: approving her deal or facing an exit with no deal or even the reversal of Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May loses key vote in UK Parliament on legal advice received over EU-Brexit deal
Opponents believe the advice will reveal Attorney General Geoffrey Cox's misgivings about the Brexit agreement.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and British counterpart Jeremy Hunt meet to discuss 'threat' from Russia, Iran
The US State Department said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met his British counterpart Jeremy Hunt to discuss the "threat" of Russia and Iran's regional influence.
Donald Trump to arrive in Britain amidst Brexit turmoil; Theresa May govt hopes for a trade deal after leaving EU
British prime minister Theresa May is hoping Donald Trump's trip will boost the close ties between their two nations and help forge a future free trade deal.
The British government was rocked by a resignation and faced anger in Parliament over its Brexit plans Tuesday, but staved off defeat by offering concessions to lawmakers who want to soften the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the BBC that she would not rule out forcing technology companies to use it by law.
Kaspersky Lab said in a statement that it looked forward to working with the NCSC on the issue.
In pre-Partition India, Muslims too celebrated Janmashtami: A look back at reverence for Krishna in works of Urdu poets
This Janmashtami, we hope that we Indians stop branding each other’s icons as Hindus or Muslims. We need to adopt good teachings from our ancestors while also developing modern thought in the process.
The British government issued new guidelines on Sunday requiring manufacturers of internet-connected vehicles to put in place tougher cyber protections.
India objects to rally marking Burhan Wani Day in UK, questions 'glorification of terrorists' on British soil
India has protested to the UK over a planned rally to mark "Burhan Wani Day" in Birmingham on Saturday, questioning how the British government can allow the "glorification of terrorists" on its soil.