OneWeb launched the 36 satellites from a Soyuz launch vehicle, which began from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, in Russia.
S Jaishankar held wide-ranging talks with UK foreign secretary Dominic Raab with focus on five key areas, including defence and security
Premier League, English FA, EFL agree points-based system for signing players from Europe after Brexit
Players from EU countries who want to play in the Premier League or EFL will be required to gain a governing body endorsement.
UK will quit Brexit talks if no deal is reached by 15 October, says Boris Johnson; 8th round of negotiations tomorrow
The key points are European boats’ access to UK fishing waters and a level playing field for competition so British firms can’t undercut the bloc’s environmental or workplace standards
The ECB has welcomed the UK government's decision to allow the resumption professional sports behind closed doors which allows the board to go ahead with its plan of hosting international cricket starting next month.
In the half year ended September 2019, Cholamandalam Investment's assets under management (AUM) grew 23 percent to Rs 64,409 crore compared to Rs 52,486 crore in the year-ago period.
FA Cup: Football Association to meet with 'very angry' UK government over match telecast on betting websites
The English Football Association will be summoned to a meeting with the Government next week when it will be urged to reconsider a rights deal allowing an online bookmaker to show live FA Cup ties.
Boris Johnson calls Brexit 'massive economic opportunity', promises to step up negotiations on post-Brexit trade deals
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday said Brexit was a "massive economic opportunity" and promised to take measures to boost the economy.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has refused to share details on the extradition of fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi, citing an RTI clause that bars disclosure of information which would "impede the process of prosecution of offenders"
Sabarimala protests: UK govt advises tourists in India to ‘monitor media reports, remain vigilant’ as unrest continues
Sabarimala protests: The UK government has updated its travel advisory to India, warning British citizens to remain vigilant and avoid large public gatherings, following violent protests in Kerala over the issue of women entering the Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala.
UK govt to begin deployment of drone detection systems, days after Gatwick airport shutdowns over device sightings
British security minister Ben Wallace said on Monday that the government can now deploy drone detection systems nationwide, after days of device sightings caused chaos at Gatwick Airport and criticism of the government response.
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh says 'no show' for pro-Khalistan rally in London, claims lack of on-ground support for cause
Terming a rally held by a Sikh organisation in London as a "no-show and a damp squib", Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Monday that the event has "exposed total lack of ground support for (pro-Khalistan) Referendum 2020 even outside India".
Over 30,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the UK government to stop "abusing" a national security clause to deny hundreds of highly-skilled Indian professionals the right to live and work in the country
Russia to expel 23 British diplomats amid tensions over nerve agent attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal in UK
The move by the Russian foreign ministry came in response to Britain's decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats.
Britain: Theresa May appoints first-ever minister to tackle 'loneliness' and combating social isolation
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday appointed the country's first-ever minister in charge of tackling loneliness and combating social isolation.
EU chief Donald Tusk urges Britain to change its mind over Brexit as time to conclude agreement runs out
European Union Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday urged Britain to change its mind about leaving the bloc next year, as the time to conclude a Brexit agreement runs short and EU leaders wait for more details on how the country sees their future ties.
British prime minister Theresa May's office on Monday denied weekend media claims that the UK government was reconciled to paying the European Union nearly 40 billion euros as part of a so-called Brexit divorce bill.
he British government on Sunday is scrambling to contain political fallout from the London high-rise inferno that has claimed at least 58 lives.
Beleaguered British PM Theresa May was working to fill out the ranks of her minority government after an election that proved disastrous for her Conservative Party.
Vijay Mallya's custody sought from UK govt, but India’s overall extradition success rate is a poor 36%
While 62 fugitives have been extradited to India from a foreign country between 2002 and 2016, 110 fugitives are yet to be extradited though a formal request that has been made by India