Jaggi Vasudev calls Muslim student a 'Talibani' at LSE event, students' union condemns language as 'Islamophobic'
The LSE student union issued a statement condemning the alleged comments of Vasudev calling a Muslim student during an interaction a 'Talibani'.
Urjit Patel's resignation came just days ahead of the 14 December meeting of the board of RBI that was to take up issues like governance in the central bank.
Narendra Modi first Indian PM to prioritise universal health coverage, Rahul yet to match Modicare: Lancet study
The Lancet editor-in-chief Richard Horton Rahul Gandhi seeking to resurrect the Congress and prove that India's greatest political dynasty still has something to offer, despite his promises to help lower castes, tribal communities and rural poor, is yet to match Modicare
Rahul Gandhi in UK: Congress president addresses people at London School of Economics, visits Royal Society of Medicine
Congress president Rahul Gandhi visited London ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls and greeted a variety of audience.
People support leaders like Donald Trump and Narendra Modi because they are angry about not having jobs, says Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that people support populist leaders like US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi because they are angry over not having jobs
Rahul Gandhi in London: Congress will cooperate if BJP wishes to pass Women's Reservation Bill, says party chief
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that his party would happily co-operate with the BJP if they wish to pass the Women's Reservation Bill in Parliament.
Rahul Gandhi yet again lashed out at the BJP and Narendra Modi government during an interaction with students at the London School of Economics.
Rahul Gandhi in UK LIVE updates: Doka La not isolated incident, Chinese troops still present in area, says Congress president
Rahul Gandhi in UK LIVE updates: Rahul said Doka La was not an isolated issue and that it was a part of a sequence of events. "Prime Minister is episodic. He views Doka La as an event. If he was carefully watching the process, he could've stopped it. The truth is the Chinese are still in Doka La today," he said.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi's address to the Indian Overseas Congress in Berlin in Germany on Thursday night could not be aired 'live' due to a technical glitch, the party said.
Gallup survey reveals Indians optimistic on economy and govt, but personal satisfaction plummets; will politicos pay heed?
Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in 2014, a majority of Indians have been highly optimistic about the economy and expressed confidence in their government even as their rating of 'personal satisfaction' got worse every year, a Gallup survey revealed.
Pakistan is not viewed as a key player within the Kashmir issue despite the "mess" India may have created in the region, a former RAW chief of India said
London School of Economics graduate and lawyer Nupur Sharma talks to author Meghna Pant about why she left a high-paying job to enter the big, bad world of politics exclusively on First Lady.
Those who find driving stressful are more open to autonomous vehicles
Incoming governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Urjit Patel, is widely regarded as having the professional and academic credentials he needs to make a success of his new job.
Vijay Mallya, declared a proclaimed offender in a money laundering case, today said he was not a "gate crasher", suggesting that he was invited to the book launch event here which was also attended by the Indian High Commissioner.
A recent surge in immigration by mainly East European workers is giving momentum to "Brexiters" in the campaign ahead of Britain's referendum on EU membership.
Britain has come a long way from the days when landlords put up notices on their front doors warning, "No Irish, no dogs". To which they later added "Blacks and Pakis".
Britain's prestigious Cambridge University today pipped arch-rival Oxford for the fourth year in a row to be named the best varsity in the country by an education guide.
The academics led by Professor Chetan Bhatt and Gautam Appa of the London School of Economics issued the open letter in the UK's Left-leaning 'Independent' newspaper.
The squabble between two powerful British institutions comes at a time of uncertainty caused by North Korea's bellicose threats to launch a new medium-range missile at its enemies.