UK: No one turns up at Indian High Commission in London despite Khalistani call for protests
London/IBNS: Pro-India Sikhs tried to dissociate themselves from fragments of separatism as none rooting for Khalistan turned up outside the Indian High Commission in the United Kingdom despite a call on social media.
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.
India 'disengages' from FTA talks with UK over Khalistani issue
New Delhi/London/UNI: India has “disengaged” from the trade talks with the UK over Britain’s failure to condemn pro-Khalistani activists who vandalised the Indian High Commission last month, reports said.
'Proud day': UK PM Rishi Sunak reacts to mother-in-law Sudha Murty's Padma Award
New Delhi/London/IBNS: Author and philanthropist Sudha Murty has been recently conferred with the Padma Bhushan Award for her social work by President Droupadi Murmu.
Lalit Modi threatens to sue Rahul Gandhi in UK court
New Delhi/IBNS: Former chief of IPL Lalit Modi has said he would sue Rahul Gandhi, who was recently disqualified as an MP after being convicted in the Modi surname case, for linking him to corruption and money laundering.
India will not accept differential security standards for its embassies: S Jaishankar
New Delhi/UNI: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that India will not accept differential standards of security for its embassies and high commissions abroad and that the UK government failed to meet its obligation to provide security for the Indian High Commission, following the vandalization by pro-Khalistani supporters in London.
Fugitive Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh seeks UK citizenship to escape Indian law: Reports
New Delhi: Fugitive Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh wants UK citizenship to escape Indian law, media reports said on Friday.
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.
Rahul Gandhi's remarks dishonored democratic institutions of India: Union Minister Smriti Irani
New Delhi/UNI: Union Minister Smriti Irani on Wednesday slammed Congress MP Rahul Gandhi for his remarks on India's politics in the United Kingdom and said his remarks are an "insult to the democratic institutions" of the country.
PNB Loan Fraud: Nirav Modi says he is penniless; borrowing money to pay for UK court fines
Fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, who is facing deportation for trial on charges of fraud and money laundering in India, has said he does not have any money and is borrowing funds to cover the court-mandated legal expenses, which exceed 150,000 pounds, according to a report in the media.
UK Foreign Secretary visiting India for G20 meet
New Delhi/UNI: UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is visiting India to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers’ meeting and to mark a new scheme allowing young Britishers and Indians to live and work in each other’s countries for up to two years, which was announced by the Home Secretary earlier this week, a statement said.
British envoy says UK expects to deepen relations with India in defence sector
Bengaluru: British High Commissioner Alex Ellis has said the UK wants to broaden and deepen its relationship with India in the defence area.
S Jaishankar receives call from UK Foreign Secretary, discusses India's G20 presidency
New Delhi/UNI: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday received a call from his UK counterpart James Cleverly, during which the two sides reviewed the bilateral relationship and discussed the agenda of India’s G20 Presidency.