PV Sindhu 'recovering' in London as 'practice was not happening properly' at national camp, says shuttler's father
The Olympic silver-medallist has been in London for the last 10 days and posted a picture with sports nutritionist Rebecca Randell of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI), her training base, on her social media page on Monday.
Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol's statue to be unveiled in London to mark 25 years of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
The bronze statue of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol from DDLJ will be an addition to the 'Scenes in the Square' movie trail that has installations of Harry Potter, Laurel and Hardy, Gene Kelly from Singin' in the Rain and Wonder Woman.
Woman and toddler found dead in London flat, husband with severe stab injuries dies; cops suspect murder-suicide
The police believe the man injured himself when officials entered the property and are yet to confirm their line of inquiry. A post-mortem on the bodies is scheduled for Thursday
Joel Sickler, who heads the Justice Advocacy Group, said it was highly likely that Assange could be sent to the supermax facility in Colorado. The prison has been dubbed the “Alcatraz of the Rockies.”
The British government announced this week that it plans to legislate to give itself the power to deviate from some of the provisions in the agreement about Northern Ireland trade.
Hariri verdict, a Russian-owned ship and Hezbollah-Israel animosity: Conspiracy theories abound over Beirut blast
In the Lebanese cesspool of corruption and mismanagement, the actual reason for the Beirut blast or the identity of men behind it may never be known
One London police officer suspended after video goes viral of him kneeling on Black man's neck during arrest
Police said the man was arrested on suspicion of affray and possession of an offensive weapon, and has been seen by a doctor.
Kobad Ghandy's upcoming memoir traces the activist's life from his student days in London to his work as a Maoist ideologue
For the better part of the last decade, Kobad Ghandy had been embroiled in several court cases and was in and out of various prisons across different states in the country.
Three killed, three seriously injured after man goes on stabbing spree in England’s Reading town; not treating incident as terrorism, say cops
Three people were killed and another three seriously injured when a man went on a stabbing spree in a park in the southern English town of Reading
England's women cricketers to return to training on 22 June with India and South Africa series in mind
Hopeful of a women's tri-series involving India and South Africa going ahead later this year, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced that 24 of its players will return to individual training from 22 June.
Oscar Isaac to star, co-produce thriller London; Ben Stiller attached as director for Lionsgate feature
Oscar Isaac has been roped in by Lionsgate for the upcoming film London which will be directed by American actor Ben Stiller
'Hopefully, George is looking down right now': Trump evokes African-American killed in Minnesota to flaunt job gains in US
Trump, who had counted on a strong economy to bolster his chances of re-election in November, said the recovery could be hampered by higher taxes and implementation of a Green New Deal climate change plan if Democrats win the White House.
George Floyd killing: Recent incidents of racist violence in US have evoked condemnation, but not surprise from global community
George Floyd died on 25 May in Minneapolis after a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tata Motors' JLR rolls out first Range Rover made under social distancing measures
The first Range Rover made under new social distancing measures in place to combat coronavirus drove off the production line at the Tata Motors’ owned Jaguar Land Rover’s manufacturing plant in Solihull in the West Midlands region of England on Wednesday, following a recent temporary pause in production due to the pandemic
Neil Gaiman issues apology for breaking lockdown rules; travelling from New Zealand to Scotland amidst the coronavirus pandemic
Neil Gaiman's apology came a week after he was criticised by the press as well as politicians for making the 11,000 mile-trip from New Zealand to the Isle of Skye in the Hebrides.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kevin Pietersen shares video of people defying social distancing norms in London, says complete lockdown returning soon
Posting the video on Twitter, Pietersen wrote, "Unreal scenes in London this morning. COMPLETE LOCKDOWN COMING AGAIN SOON! This is madness!"
British prime minister Boris Johnson, fiancee Carrie Symonds announce birth of 'healthy baby boy' at London hospital
The news comes days after Johnson, 55, returned to 10 Downing Street on Monday after his hospitalisation for complications from COVID-19.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Boris Johnson plans to return to work as soon as Monday, reports The Telegraph
Boris Johnson is facing criticism from Opposition politicians and some epidemiologists for reacting too slowly to the virus outbreak
The coronavirus pandemic may impact the timescale for the extradition to India of liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, who lost his UK High Court appeal on Monday against the Indian government’s fraud and money laundering case
Under lockdown in Europe, Indian students go online to protest inequalities back home, keep up with academics
"All of us are fighting a global coronavirus pandemic, along with a failing political economy at the age of 24/25. And at the same time, we are trying to navigate through life — none of us are prepared for that. It is unprecedented,” says an Indian student living under lockdown in Europe