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UK: Forget about your missing luggage now Apple Air Tag even helps in catching serial burglar Mari Dinjaku

A serial burglar, who stole items of more than 800,000 pounds ($1,009,132) in value, was finally caught with the help of  Apple AirTag which was kept in one of the stolen luggage.

Sister Nivedita statue to be unveiled in UK's Wimbledon on July 1

London/IBNS: A statue commemorating Sister Nivedita, an Irish-born educator and advocate for women's education and India's nationalism, will be unveiled in London's Wimbledon on July 1.

Imperial College London announces scholarships worth £ 400,000 for Indian students studying in the college

London: Imperial College London has announced scholarships of £ 400,000 for the Indian students studying in the college, the Union Ministry of Science & Technology said in a statement on Saturday.

Cabinet approves MoU signed on mutual recognition of academic qualifications between India, UK, Northern Ireland

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet in its meeting held on 07.09.2022 chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi granted ex post facto approval for the Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on mutual recognition of academic qualifications signed on 25.04.2022.

Prabha Khaitan Foundation celebrates women achiever Priti Rathi Gupta in UK

London/IBNS: Kolkata-based non-governmental organization Prabha Khaitan Foundation (PKF), in few of its first initiatives to resume in-person events after a long gap due to covid, hosted a meet and greet session at the Taj 51 Buckingham Gate hotel in London with Priti Rathi Gupta who has been selected as the only women icon from India as part of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee pageant.

UK commemorates International Yoga Day 2022 at Kolkata's Eco Park

Kolkata/IBNS: The British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, commemorated the International Yoga Day 2022 at Eco Park in New Town.

Studying Abroad: GoToUniversity reflects on post-pandemic concerns and choices

In a candid chat with IBNS Correspondent Nitin Waghela, senior education consultant for GoToUniversity Varun Iyer addressed the concerns of parents and students regarding education abroad, especially in the post-pandemic scenario.

Sunder Nursery to host the Classic Bagh Festival, an India-UK collaboration

New Delhi/IBNS: Designed as an immersive and environmentally conscious experience, the one-day ‘Classic Bagh Festival’ is scheduled to take place at the famous Sunder Nursery (formerly known as Azim Bagh, or Bagh-e-Azeem) this March.

UK mums getting back to work thanks to grandparents’ childcare: Study

Birmingham, Nov 8 (IBNS): The extent of grandparents providing childcare in the UK is much higher than previously thought and is a factor in helping mums to get back into the workplace.

Independence Gala marks the culmination of UK- India 2017 Year of Culture

London, Oct 5 (IBNS): The deep cultural ties, partnership and the long relationship between India and the UK over the past 70 years was marked last night with a richly diverse showcase of the very finest dance and music from both nations.

Recycled office chairs transformed into hard-shell backpacks and bicycle panniers

London, Aug 15 (IBNS): Old office chairs are being transformed into hard-shell backpacks and bicycle panniers as part of an innovative new project.

Indian prisoners rehabilitated through performance of Shakespeare plays

Birmingham, Aug 10 (IBNS): Prisoners in India have been given leading roles performing in Shakespeare plays as part of an innovative process aimed at rehabilitating offenders.

Research security partnerships connect India, Australia and the UK

New Delhi, Mar 14 (IBNS): Academic experts from India, Australia and the UK researching key global and regional security issues gathered in New Delhi to forge new research partnerships.

UK reaches out to Indian innovators to participate in Longitude Prize

London, July 26 (IBNS): The Longitude Prize team is in India to encourage Indian researchers to compete in the prestigious £10 million Longitude Prize open to the world, to find a way to conserve effective antibiotics for future generations.