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Indian-origin woman stabbed to death in London while she was waiting for bus in Burnt Oak

A 22-year-old man has been charged with the murder of an Indian-origin woman Anita Mukhey who was stabbed when she was standing at a bus stop in London, police said.

PNB scam: Fugitive businessman Nirav Modi's bail plea rejected by UK court

New  Delhi/IBNS: The bail plea of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi, an accused in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam, bail plea was once again rejected by a UK court, media reports said.

NIA arrests key accused in pro-Khalistani attack on Indian Mission in London

New Delhi/IBNS: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested the key accused behind last year's attack on the High Commission of India in London and the protests that followed.

Former NITI Aayog employee Cheistha Kochar dies after truck runs over her in London

An Indian student died in a mishap after she was run over by a truck while cycling back to her home in central London recently.

UK writer Nitasha Kaul detained at Bengaluru airport, deported

UK writer and professor Nitasha Kaul has alleged that she was denied entry into India by the central government to attend a conference on democratic and constitutional values in the city, although carrying valid documents with her.

'I am not Malala Yousafzai, I am safe in my country': Kashmiri activist Yana Mir takes on anti-India elements in viral speech

London: Kashmiri activist Yana Mir has asserted that she will never have to escape from her country as she is safe in her home in Kashmir which is part of India and this is what makes her different from Malala Yousafzai, who had to leave her country Pakistan after being shot by a terrorist for going to school.

UK firm deactivates AI chatbot after it uses inappropriate language, criticises the company

London: Dynamic Parcel Distribution (DPD) deactivated its AI online chatbot when it deviated from its intended operation of assisting customers.

London: Over 700 India-origin women participate in 'Saree Walkathon' to celebrate National Handloom Day

The streets of London turned colourful and vibrant when over 700 Indian-origin women paraded from Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square as part of a 'Saree Walkathon'.

Amritpal Singh aide, who led agitation at Indian High Commission in London, dead

London: Khalistan separatist Avtar Singh Khanda, a close associate of jailed radical preacher Amritpal Singh, died in London on Thursday, media reports said.

PM Modi speaks to UK PM Rishi Sunak, calls for strong action against anti-India elements in London

New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday spoke on the phone with his UK counterpart Rishi Sunak during which he raised the issue of the vandalization of the Indian High Commission in London by pro-Khalistani supporters and called for strong action by the UK government against anti-India elements.

Heavy security keeps Khalistani protesters away from Indian High Commission in London after Sunday's breach

London/IBNS: Heavy security arrangements kept Pro-Khalistan protesters behind barricades outside the Indian High Commission in London on Wednesday evening following the unprecedented vandalism of Sunday, when the Indian flag was pulled down and the windows of the building were broken.

Sikhs protest London Tricolour incident at British High Commission in Delhi

New Delhi: Several people of the Sikh community gathered outside the UK High Commission in Delhi and protested the attack on the Indian High Commission and the Tricolour in London.

Indifference to Indian diplomatic mission's security unacceptable: India conveys strong message to UK

New Delhi/IBNS: India has conveyed a strong message to the UK authorities by summoning British Deputy High Commissioner Christina Scott to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Sunday night following an attack by pro-Khalistani protesters on the Indian High Commission in London, who pulled down a Tricolour on the premises.

Tricolour back in Indian High Commission in London after Khalistani supporters remove it

New Delhi/London/IBNS: India's national flag is back in the Indian High Commission in London after it was removed from outside the building by some Khalistani supporters, media reports said.

Khalistani supporters remove Indian flag in London, India summons senior-most UK diplomat

New Delhi: India summoned the senior-most UK diplomat in New Delhi on Sunday night to convey its strong protest after some Khalistani supporters removed the Indian flag from outside the Indian High Commission in London.