Hillsborough tragedy: Families of 96 victims again left grappling for answers after not-guilty verdict
Families of the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy must face the reality presented to them by the court: the 96 who died were unlawfully killed, but nobody — most likely — will ever be held responsible for it.
Paytm had earlier this week announced a $1 billion (around Rs 7,173 crore) fund raise led by US-based asset management firm T Rowe Price
Brexit delay looms over UK Parliament after British MPs reject Boris Johnson's bid to force new divorce deal, demand more time to debate pact
European Council President Donald Tusk said Tuesday he will recommend EU leaders grant another Brexit extension, hours after British MPs rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's bid to force his divorce deal through parliament this week
EU, Britain inch closer to Brexit deal ahead of summit today; France, Germany claim negotiations in 'final stretch'
The European Union and Britain inched ever closer to a Brexit deal, with the leaders of France and Germany saying they expected an agreement could be sealed at Thursday's EU summit
EU, Britain fail to each a breakthrough in Brexit talks; discussions likely continue today, claim sources
European Union and British negotiators failed to reach a breakthrough in Brexit talks during a frantic all-night session and will continue seeking a compromise on the eve of Thursday's crucial EU summit
EU lawmakers, UK Supreme Court slam Boris Johnson for failing to negotiate Brexit, call PM 'father of lies'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by European Union officials of failing to negotiate seriously and branded the 'father of lies' by a lawyer in the UK Supreme Court
Boris Johnson on Brexit: From advocating 'Remain' in 2001 to seeking Hulk-like exit from EU now, PM has come full circle
While the statements by Johnson have mostly been marked by a belligerent tone, he has at times also been surprisingly accommodative, and on rare occasions even conciliatory.
Boris Johnson could be heading 'full-speed' toward no-deal Brexit; EU skeptical after first in-person talks with UK fall through
On a day of commotion and conflicting signals, Johnson pulled out of a news conference because of noisy anti-Brexit demonstrators
Countdown to Brexit: From 2016 referendum to suspension of UK Parliament, here's a timeline of events
The UK parliament was suspended till 14 October last month with the country set to leave the European Union with a no-deal Brexit on 31 October
David Cameron targets UK minister Priti Patel over Brexit in memoir, says her behaviour ahead of 2016 referendum shocked ‘the most’
Former British prime minister David Cameron has slammed the UK's senior-most Indian-origin Cabinet minister, Priti Patel, alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other prominent leaders who backed Brexit in the lead up to the June 2016 referendum.
David Cameron accuses Boris Johnson of supporting Brexit only to help political career, claims PM actually favours 2nd referendum
Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a blistering attack on the UK's current leader Boris Johnson in extracts of his memoirs published on Sunday, accusing him of only backing Brexit to further his own career.
Ex-PM David Cameron expresses no regrets on sparking Brexit referendum, accuses Boris Johnson of 'appalling' behaviour during pre-vote
Former British prime minister David Cameron said Friday he had no regrets about launching the Brexit referendum but accused current PM Boris Johnson of behaving 'appallingly' during the pre-vote campaigning
Britain prepares for Brexit: Theresa May played Chamberlain before EU polls, but who will be Winston Churchill?
Prime Minister Theresa May may well go down in history as the Neville Chamberlain of Brexit. Chamberlain, who preceded Winston Churchill as British prime minister, was the dissembling and doggedly optimistic leader of pre-World War II Britain who ignored Adolf Hitler until it was too late to stop the war
UK Parliament rejects Brexit deal: Timeline of key events from 2013 when David Cameron vowed EU referendum as poll promise
Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday as Jeremy Corbyn submitted the motion over the government's defeat in the Brexit vote.
Britain reiterates support for India's bid to join NSG even as China remains opposed: A look at where P5 countries stand
India has been seeking entry into the 48-member elite nuclear club, which controls nuclear trade, but China has repeatedly stonewalled its bid.
Britain should vote again on whether or not to leave the European Union Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp told The Guardian on Monday.
Mossack Fonseca, law firm at centre of 'Panama Papers' scandal, to shut operations; rues negative press, 'unwarranted' action
The law firm at the heart of the "Panama Papers" global tax evasion scandal that brought down two world leaders announced, on Wednesday, that it would shut down operations, citing negative press and what it called unwarranted action by authorities.
Brexit is "a mistake, not a disaster", former premier David Cameron said during a conversation caught on camera in Davos
The British government should apologise for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar, London mayor Sadiq Khan said on Wednesday, calling it a tragedy one "must never forget".
Priti Patel's exit won't affect Indian influence in Britain: Post-Brexit UK needs India more than vice-versa
The most influential British-Indian politician was ousted from the government in an unceremonious way. International Development Secretary Priti Patel was recalled from her Uganda trip and forced to submit her resignation for breaching the ministerial code of conduct.