European authorities are facing the dilemma of calibrating a response that meets the urgent health care requirements and at the same time appeases a public increasingly experiencing fatigue about COVID-19 restrictions
London to face tougher restrictions under Tier-2 COVID-19 risk alert from Saturday as cases continue to surge
The tougher measures in Tier-2 impose a ban on mixing between different households, indoors in homes and pubs, bars and restaurants and the Tier 1 rule of six on gatherings outdoors continues to apply
Not only is Rishi Sunak a smooth communicator, but, with his Indian heritage, he is a walking success story of modern multiracial Britain.
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Under the new measures, areas in England are classified at medium, high, or very high risk, and placed under restrictions of varying severity
Premier League: CEO Richard Masters urges UK government to treat fans 'fairly' and rethink spectator ban
Matches at the end of last season in the English Premier League and the beginning of the new campaign have been played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus crisis.
'Secret' extradition process on to bring back fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya, Centre tells Supreme Court
Mallya, an accused in a bank loan default case of over Rs 9,000 crore involving his defunct Kingfisher Airlines, is in the United Kingdom
India's COVID-19 tally crosses 65 lakh, 75,829 new cases in 24 hrs; aim to vaccinate 25 crore by July, says Harsh Vardhan
The Centre estimates to receive and utilise 40-50 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine covering 20-25 crore people by July next year, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan said
EU leaders fear that if the bill becomes law, it could lead to the re-imposition of a hard land border between Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland, and erode stability in the region
In a similar referendum in 2014, the Swiss narrowly voted in favor of limiting access of EU citizens to live and work in Switzerland.
The government plans to sponsor a challenge study set to begin in January, and may announce it to the public next week.
Indian students among 200 signatories of letter to Boris Johnson for 'justice' in English test visa row
Many of the students caught in the TOEIC cheating scandal are Indian. They have consistently defended themselves and have been lobbying the govt for a chance to prove their innocence
US charges 5 Chinese, 2 Malaysian citizens with hacking over 100 companies; India, Vietnam, UK networks targetted
In the attacks, the conspirators installed 'Cobalt Strike' malware on Indian government-protected computers, the indictment said
'UK govt shaming itself': Two former prime ministers pen op-ed panning Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit legislation
In an article in The Sunday Times, John Major and Tony Blair, who played a crucial role in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, warned that the Internal Market Bill imperils that peace
AstraZeneca resumes UK trials for COVID-19 vaccine days after single recipient shows 'adverse reaction'
The trials for the coronavirus vaccine candidate, AZD1222, resumed in the UK following confirmation by the MHRA that it was safe to do so, AstraZeneca said in a statement
Katju also repeatedly made comparisons between India and Germany under the Nazi regime, saying Nirav Modi has been made a convenient scapegoat for India's economic crisis
When the 2020-21 campaign kicks off on Saturday, stadiums around England will remain empty in the stands due to the continued threat of the pandemic.
Birmingham stabbings: Police arrests 27-year-old suspect; West Midlands mayor asks citizens to remain 'calm but vigilant'
The man was arrested following a large-scale police manhunt. He has been held on the suspicion of murder and seven counts of attempted murder
West Midlands Police said they are uncertain as to the motive behind the stabbings and are working to establish the details
UK's Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport announced the news in a series of tweets late on Thursday.