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British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI

Brexit Jitters

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI One of the largest surveys of business sentiment found that many UK-based Indian companies could cut recruitment and...
The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now

Indian “Overstayers”: A Lesson for India

Above: The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now The cancellation of an MoU with...
UK Visas: Ruddy Mess!

UK Visas: Ruddy Mess!

Above: A protest march by Indian-origin British citizens/Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@HighlySkilledUK The UK is once again facing an immigration scandal due to a reckless policy put...
Indian students who enrolled in fake US varsity at risk of facing a trial

London Calling

Above: Indian students at the Staffordshire University campus in England/Photo Courtesy: Staffordshire University If an amendment to the immigration bill is tabled in the British...
Dawood Ibrahim

Dawood Ibrahim’s assets seized in UK

Above: Dawood Ibrahim in a yellow T shirt. Photo: GettyImages The fugitive don from India and the man wanted in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts...
Indian fans in Derby at the recently held Women’s Cricket World Cup. Photo: UNI

British Indians: Excited? Not Really

NRIs here are concerned about how the proxy vote system will be implemented and whether it will be open to abuse ~By Sajeda Momin in...
Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Above:  PM Theresa May with DUP Leader Arlene Foster, Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds and Chief Whip Jeffrey Donaldson. Photo: UNI The knives are already out...
UK Kashmiris plan Burhan glorification rally; India sends strong protest

UK Kashmiris plan Burhan glorification rally; India sends strong protest

Above: Burhan Wani Certain UK-based Kashmiri groups are planning to take out a rally in Birmingham on Saturday (July 8) to purportedly mark “Burhan Wani Day”. India’s deputy high commissioner to...
(L-R) Preet Kaur Gill and Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi

Labour sends 2 Sikhs to British parliament

For the first time ever, British parliament will have a turbaned Sikh MP. Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, who won on a Labour ticket from Slough,...
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip arrive at the count centre for her seat for the general election in Maidenhead, June 9, 2017. Picture: UNI

Incumbent PM Theresa May Still Has Edge in Hung UK Parliament

In a setback to Prime Minister Theresa May, the hastily brought forward UK elections have resulted in a hung parliament, proving many opinion polls...
Lead visual: Anthony Lawrence

Cyber crime: The Global Threat

It took a 22-year-old UK researcher to stop rampaging virus WannaCry which hit 150 countries in five continents. But will the world be prepared...
Her Honour Anuja Dhir QC (centre) with the winners of a moot court competition

Judge Who Could Have Been a Hairdresser

At 49, Anuja Ravindra Dhir became the first non-white judge to sit at the Central Criminal Court of London. But it wasn’t easy as...
Picture: Vijay Mallya. UNI

Mallya arrested in London, gets bail too

Liquor baron to pay for massive defalcation, but what about the banks who loaned him the money? ~By Sujit Bhar Karma catches up with you sooner...
Britain’s envoy to the European Union Tim Barrow (left) delivers PM Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU Council’s president Donald Tusk in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: UNI

Brexit: Divorce, Finally!

Britain has formally begun the process of leaving the EU but there is uncertainty over future trade deals with its European counterparts ~By Sajeda...
Supporters celebrate the Brexit result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photo: UNI

Brexit Bill: Divorce after Four Decades

This Bill allows the British government to invoke Article 50 and trigger the process to leave the 28-country European Union ~By Sajeda Momin in LondonPrime...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: UNI

British SC throws Brexit issue to parliament

Members of parliament and peers will have the power to decide by vote on Article 50 ~By Sujit BharThe British Supreme Court has taken the...
Protesters hold up placards outside the Supreme Court on the first day of the challenge against a court ruling that Theresa May’s government requires parliamentary approval to start the process of leaving the European Union, in Parliament Square, central London, Britain. Photo: UNI

Diplomat’s Brexit

The dramatic resignation of UK’s permanent representative to Europe, Sir Ivan Rogers, has brought to the fore the fault lines between Brexiteers and Remainers ~By...
Indian Diaspora protesting in UK against the caste-discrimination.

Caste Can’t be Cast Away

The UK government’s exercise to have a public consultation on caste has stirred a hornet’s nest. Even in such a developed country, this is...
Aniruddha Rajput; Photo: Bhavana Gaur

Need Procedural Law to Decide Dispute between States: Aniruddha Rajput

At 33, he is the youngest lawyer to have been elected to the United Nations International Law Commission (ILC). ANIRUDDHA RAJPUT, who has practiced...
(L-R) British Prime Minister Theresa May; Leave EU supporters celebrate the result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photos: UNI

Brexiteers Face Bumpy Road in UK

Leaving the EU seems easier said than done for Britain as the High Court of Justice has now demanded that the June 23 referendum...
(L-R) UK PM Theresa May; a group of Indian women in the UK presenting a crochet blanket to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photos: UNI

Theresa’s immigration initiative may hit Indians

UK PM Theresa May intends to bring down net immigration into her country down to 1,00,000 per year. This could hit Indians who form...
U K supreme-court

UK Supreme court refers gender issue to ECJ

Recently in MB vs Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2016), the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court had to decide on a plea challenging...
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Prashant Bhushan addresses a press conference regarding upcoming General Elections, at Chakala in Mumbai on Jan.1, 2014. (Photo: B L Soni/IANS)

A Lesson for Mr Prashant Bhushan

It is not anti-national to express dissent but in the light of the current crisis in Kashmir, it is inappropriate for people of stature...
Diesel pollution for web use(1)

NGT’s order on diesel vehicles noteworthy 

On July 20, the National Green Tribunal directed that diesel cars in Delhi should be phased out in stages. This is part of a long list of landmark orders to clear up the capital’s air

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British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI

Brexit Jitters

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI One of the largest surveys of business sentiment found that many UK-based Indian companies could cut recruitment and...
The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now

Indian “Overstayers”: A Lesson for India

Above: The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now The cancellation of an MoU with...
UK Visas: Ruddy Mess!

UK Visas: Ruddy Mess!

Above: A protest march by Indian-origin British citizens/Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@HighlySkilledUK The UK is once again facing an immigration scandal due to a reckless policy put...
Indian students who enrolled in fake US varsity at risk of facing a trial

London Calling

Above: Indian students at the Staffordshire University campus in England/Photo Courtesy: Staffordshire University If an amendment to the immigration bill is tabled in the British...
Dawood Ibrahim

Dawood Ibrahim’s assets seized in UK

Above: Dawood Ibrahim in a yellow T shirt. Photo: GettyImages The fugitive don from India and the man wanted in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts...
Indian fans in Derby at the recently held Women’s Cricket World Cup. Photo: UNI

British Indians: Excited? Not Really

NRIs here are concerned about how the proxy vote system will be implemented and whether it will be open to abuse ~By Sajeda Momin in...
Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Above:  PM Theresa May with DUP Leader Arlene Foster, Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds and Chief Whip Jeffrey Donaldson. Photo: UNI The knives are already out...
UK Kashmiris plan Burhan glorification rally; India sends strong protest

UK Kashmiris plan Burhan glorification rally; India sends strong protest

Above: Burhan Wani Certain UK-based Kashmiri groups are planning to take out a rally in Birmingham on Saturday (July 8) to purportedly mark “Burhan Wani Day”. India’s deputy high commissioner to...
(L-R) Preet Kaur Gill and Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi

Labour sends 2 Sikhs to British parliament

For the first time ever, British parliament will have a turbaned Sikh MP. Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, who won on a Labour ticket from Slough,...
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip arrive at the count centre for her seat for the general election in Maidenhead, June 9, 2017. Picture: UNI

Incumbent PM Theresa May Still Has Edge in Hung UK Parliament

In a setback to Prime Minister Theresa May, the hastily brought forward UK elections have resulted in a hung parliament, proving many opinion polls...
Lead visual: Anthony Lawrence

Cyber crime: The Global Threat

It took a 22-year-old UK researcher to stop rampaging virus WannaCry which hit 150 countries in five continents. But will the world be prepared...
Her Honour Anuja Dhir QC (centre) with the winners of a moot court competition

Judge Who Could Have Been a Hairdresser

At 49, Anuja Ravindra Dhir became the first non-white judge to sit at the Central Criminal Court of London. But it wasn’t easy as...
Picture: Vijay Mallya. UNI

Mallya arrested in London, gets bail too

Liquor baron to pay for massive defalcation, but what about the banks who loaned him the money? ~By Sujit Bhar Karma catches up with you sooner...
Britain’s envoy to the European Union Tim Barrow (left) delivers PM Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU Council’s president Donald Tusk in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: UNI

Brexit: Divorce, Finally!

Britain has formally begun the process of leaving the EU but there is uncertainty over future trade deals with its European counterparts ~By Sajeda...
Supporters celebrate the Brexit result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photo: UNI

Brexit Bill: Divorce after Four Decades

This Bill allows the British government to invoke Article 50 and trigger the process to leave the 28-country European Union ~By Sajeda Momin in LondonPrime...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: UNI

British SC throws Brexit issue to parliament

Members of parliament and peers will have the power to decide by vote on Article 50 ~By Sujit BharThe British Supreme Court has taken the...
Protesters hold up placards outside the Supreme Court on the first day of the challenge against a court ruling that Theresa May’s government requires parliamentary approval to start the process of leaving the European Union, in Parliament Square, central London, Britain. Photo: UNI

Diplomat’s Brexit

The dramatic resignation of UK’s permanent representative to Europe, Sir Ivan Rogers, has brought to the fore the fault lines between Brexiteers and Remainers ~By...
Indian Diaspora protesting in UK against the caste-discrimination.

Caste Can’t be Cast Away

The UK government’s exercise to have a public consultation on caste has stirred a hornet’s nest. Even in such a developed country, this is...
Aniruddha Rajput; Photo: Bhavana Gaur

Need Procedural Law to Decide Dispute between States: Aniruddha Rajput

At 33, he is the youngest lawyer to have been elected to the United Nations International Law Commission (ILC). ANIRUDDHA RAJPUT, who has practiced...
(L-R) British Prime Minister Theresa May; Leave EU supporters celebrate the result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photos: UNI

Brexiteers Face Bumpy Road in UK

Leaving the EU seems easier said than done for Britain as the High Court of Justice has now demanded that the June 23 referendum...
(L-R) UK PM Theresa May; a group of Indian women in the UK presenting a crochet blanket to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photos: UNI

Theresa’s immigration initiative may hit Indians

UK PM Theresa May intends to bring down net immigration into her country down to 1,00,000 per year. This could hit Indians who form...
U K supreme-court

UK Supreme court refers gender issue to ECJ

Recently in MB vs Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2016), the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court had to decide on a plea challenging...
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Prashant Bhushan addresses a press conference regarding upcoming General Elections, at Chakala in Mumbai on Jan.1, 2014. (Photo: B L Soni/IANS)

A Lesson for Mr Prashant Bhushan

It is not anti-national to express dissent but in the light of the current crisis in Kashmir, it is inappropriate for people of stature...
Diesel pollution for web use(1)

NGT’s order on diesel vehicles noteworthy 

On July 20, the National Green Tribunal directed that diesel cars in Delhi should be phased out in stages. This is part of a long list of landmark orders to clear up the capital’s air

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