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UK announces new funding to deal with 'pro-Khalistan extremism

New Delhi: The British Security Minister Tom Tugendhat has announced new funding amounting to 95,000 pounds (approximately Rs 1 crore) to bolster Britain's capacity in addressing "pro-Khalistan extremism".

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'.

Asylum Fraud in the West: The Khalistan facade

In recent developments, an investigation conducted by the British tabloid, The Daily Mail, has revealed that a significant number of asylum seekers in the UK are misrepresenting their political affiliations to obtain refugee status.

Billionaire Ravi Ruia buys historic mansion in UK for Rs 1,200 cr

London: Interest in the opulent Hanover Lodge estate has surged worldwide after Indian billionaire Ravi Ruia's recent acquisition of the property for a staggering 113 million pounds (Rs 1,200 cr) in one of the largest residential transactions in London, media reports said.

India urges UK to deport or prosecute Khalistani extremists threatening Indian diplomats

New Delhi: India on Friday urged the UK Government to take strong public action against Khalistani extremists threatening officers of the Indian High Commission, such as deportation or legal prosecution.

India-UK Electric Propulsion Technical workshop held in New Delhi

New Delhi: An India-UK Electric Propulsion Technical Workshop to foster collaboration, exchange knowledge, and explore the exciting possibilities in the field of electric propulsion was organized in New Delhi on July 3.

Free Trade deal negotiations with India will exclude immigration commitments, says UK

New Delhi: Britain has said it wants Free Trade Agreement with India but the negotiations will not include wider immigration commitments for Indians or provide access to Britain's labour market for Indian workers. However, the discussions can include temporary business visas for Indians.

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.