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Out of my mind: A bloodless revolution

Prime Minister Theresa May has practically lost control of her party and been defeated three times over her principal proposal. But she cannot be made to resign nor can she call an election as in the old days.

British PM Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, old adversaries, gingerly weigh an odd couple partnership

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party, were preparing to set their party loyalties to the side and try to devise a plan together, in a last-ditch effort to save Britain from a chaotic exit from the European Union.

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Brexit at a crossroads: Theresa May puts her deal to 'last chance' vote in parliament

As British PM Theresa May tries to salvage her deal and some lawmakers try to grab control of the process, thousands of Brexit supporters were due to protest in central London with a "Brexit Betrayal" march led by campaigner Nigel Farage which ends outside parliament.

UK MPs take charge of Parliament for historic Brexit debate

The process of MPs keeping control of Commons business is likely to spill over into next week, when they are expected to find ways of implementing any workable solutions thrown up by the indicative votes this week.

UK moves to lift ban on pro-Khalistan Sikh group

The ISYF, established in the 1980s in militancy-wracked Punjab, was involved in "assassinations, bombings and kidnappings, mainly directed against Indian officials and interests".

Back to Amritsar

Indira Gandhi rightly concluded that a sovereign nation cannot tolerate any challenge to its integrity.

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Kareena Kapoor Khan honoured in the House of Commons

Kareena Kapoor was honoured in the House of Commons.

Narendra Modi thanks British MPs for invitation to House of Commons

British MPs had invited him to speak on 'The Future of Modern India'.

Abusing policemen: Cameron accepts minister’s resignation

In the letter,Mr. Mitchell added,“It was obviously wrong of me to use such bad language.”

UK bans Indian Mujahideen

Britain has banned Indian Mujahideen,making it a criminal offence to join and support the group which has carried out “indiscriminate mass casualty attacks” in India and “posed a threat to British nationals there”.

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