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Remembering Indian soldiers who fought in WWI

Six Indians received the Victoria Cross out of the 1.2 million Indians who fought in WWI.

Read more: uk, World War I, WWI
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UK rejects Diwali, Eid holidays in the country

UK govt rejects to declare Eid and Diwali as a public holiday. E-petition filed by Britain’s Hindu and Muslim communities

Read more: Diwali, Eid, uk
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The Modi breakpoint

He is viewed with excitement and anxiety in UK, but is unlikely to prioritise Europe.

Read more: BJP, Europe, Narendra Modi, uk
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UK’s Hindu community backs role of Church 

To disestablish the church would not only weaken the British democracy but it will alienate the church from its own internal reforms that are as necessary, said Anil Bhanot.

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UK opens two visa application centres

The UK also announced the “passport pass-back” service, which will allow applicants to retain their passports, while their UK visa is being processed

Biometrics of travellers from US, UK yet to take off

The exercise was mooted after the arrest of alleged Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorist David Coleman Headley.

Read more: Indian embassies, uk, US
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Play based on Delhi gangrape opens in London

Nirbhaya will have a short run in London before coming to Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore.

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Obama calls leaders of UK, Poland and Germany on Ukraine

The leaders stressed that the dialogue between Ukraine and Russia should start immediately.

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UK minister resigns for employing illegal worker

Harper said he immediately told UK home secretary Theresa May.

If India has to be inducted as a permanent member, the number goes up to eight.

Why UNSC reform is an uphill task

As cunning as India might be about its bid for permanent membership, its efforts are likely to come up short.

Those born more than two months early were three times as likely to be affected as babies born at full term.

Asthma risk to premature babies higher

Babies born more than three weeks before the usual 40-week term early were almost 50 per cent more likely to develop asthma.

Indian-origin woman in UK charged with son’s death

3-yr-old Mikaeel had never met his biological father, who is of Pak origin, and his mother was estranged from her Nigerian husband.

Iran to get $4.2 billion of blocked funds in phases

A top official said Iran will get the first instalment of $550 million around first week in February.

First it was Karnataka, reeling under severe drought, which allowed a group of MLAs to go Down Under on a ‘study tour’ paid for by the public.

A study in contrasts

Facing heat on their return, here’s what the MLAs had to say.