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  • UK to probe Thatcher's association with Operation Bluestar January 14, 2014

    British Prime Minister David Cameroon has directed his Cabinet to investigate the claims that Margaret Thatcher's government may have helped Indira Gandhi plan the storming of the Golden Temple 1984. A Sikh member of the House of Lords in London has claimed that recently released top secret documents suggest that...
  • Need to work together over Indo-British trade ties, says David Cameron November 14, 2013

    In an exclusive interview to IBN18's Editor-in-chief Rajdeep Sardesai, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the countries need to work together on trade between India and Britain. He praised Sachin Tendlukar and his engagement with Gujarat. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai November 14, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • FTP: Has a degree from an Indian university lost all value? September 11, 2013

    US-based MIT and Harvard University topped an authoritative list of the world's top 200 university rankings that did not figure any educational institutions from India. ...
  • UK Parliament votes against military strike in Syria August 30, 2013

    The US may have to take action against Syria without the support of one of its staunchest allies, US officials said Thursday after British lawmakers voted down a proposal for military action. A stunning defeat for a government that seemed days away from declaring support for possible US attacks against...
  • Shiv Kapur falters in round two at the British Open July 19, 2013

    After a sparkling first round, Shiv Kapur faltered in round two, slipping off the leaderboard after a round strewn with bogeys, but the memories of a sparkling first day linger. ...
  • Thatcher defied all odds to become a leader, says Cameron April 9, 2013

    World leaders are paying their tribute to the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher, who passed away on Monday at the age of 87 and will have full military honours at her funeral. "There were people who said she couldn't make it, who stood in her way, who said that a woman...
  • Will AgustaWestland be top on agenda for visiting British Prime Minister David Cameron? February 18, 2013

    The AgustaWestland deal is likely to feature during British Prime Minister David Cameron's three-day visit to India. India has made it clear that so far it has received only an interim reply from the UK government, which has said it would like to see what comes out of the Italian...
  • Watch: How Kate's baby changes line of succession to the UK throne December 4, 2012

    Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are expecting their first child. CNN's Richard Quest explains how the baby will change the line of succession to the throne. ...
  • BBC Newsnight error: Two senior editors step down November 13, 2012

    More heads are rolling at the BBC over its false report over a child abuse sex scandal aired on its flagship programme Newsnight. Two more top editorial employees resigned on Tuesday pending a probe. ...
  • The Last Word: UK envoy visit sign of Modi's global rehabilitation? October 23, 2012

    Britain on Monday ended its decade-long boycott of Gujarat when its High Commissioner to India James Bevan met Chief Minister Narendra Modi to mark a 'cordial beginning' to fresh ties, with the two discussing opportunities for greater economic cooperation. ...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai October 22, 2012

    Catch today's top stories with CNN-IBN Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai. ...
  • Relations with Gujarat is not about endorsing Modi: British envoy October 22, 2012

    British High Commissioner to India James Bevan said that the talks with the Gujarat Chief Minister were not an endorsement of any person, but an engagement with the state. ...
  • Exclusive: British envoy to India on Olympics, Syria July 20, 2012

    The British High Commissioner to India, James Bevan, in this exclusive interview to CNN-IBN talks about the London Olympics preparations. He also discusses the Syria crisis. ...
  • The making of Olympic medals July 5, 2012

    The newly-minted gold, silver and bronze discs will be entrusted to the beefeaters, custodians of the crown jewels. ...
  • China-UK tension heats up over Briton's death April 18, 2012

    The wife of a former party chief has been arrested on suspicion of cyanide poisoning. ...
  • Obama condemns attack on British embassy in Tehran November 30, 2011

    US President Barack Obama urged the Iranian government to ensure that incidents like these are not repeated. ...
  • Part of our society sick: David Cameron August 11, 2011

    British PM called the young rioters 'a sick society' and gave the go ahead for use of water cannons on them. ...
  • Part of our society sick: David Cameron August 11, 2011

    British PM called the young rioters 'a sick society' and gave the go ahead for use of water cannons on them. ...
  • Close shave for media baron Rupert Murdoch July 20, 2011

    The foam attack on Rupert Murdoch was arguably the most dramatic moment of Tuesday's showdown in British Parliament. ...
  • Most humble day of my life: Rupert Murdoch July 19, 2011

    Grilled by the British Parliament, the world's most powerful Media mugol Rupert Murdoch apologised for phone hacking by his journalists, but refuses to take overall responsibility for the fiasco. ...
  • Rupert Murdoch goes into damage control mode July 16, 2011

    Media baron Rupert Murdoch is weaving together a dream team in an attempt contain the hacking scandal ...
  • Mob confronts media baron Murdoch July 16, 2011

    Media baron Rupert Murdoch was confronted by an angry mob shouting slogans in London on Friday after he had gone to apologise to the family of a 13 yr old murder victim whose voicemails were hacked into by his tabloid. ...
  • UK parliament to urge Murdoch not to buy out BSkyB July 13, 2011

    The British Parliament will back a motion to urge News Of the World owner Rupert Murdoch to drop plans to buy out British Sky Broadcasting. ...
  • Top golfers gear up for British Open July 13, 2011

    No Englishman has won the Claret Jug since Nick Faldo in 1992. ...
  • UK tabloid to shut down, 200 employees out of work July 8, 2011

    'News of the World' which sells more than 2.5 million copies every Sunday, is owned by media baron Rupert Murdoch. His son James said proceeds from the last edition would go to charity. ...
  • 'West is West' reunites cast of 'East is East' May 27, 2011

    'West is West' reunites old cast members of the British comedy 'East is East'. ...
  • Will-Kate absent from military dress rehearsal April 28, 2011

    A dry run for the British military in full dress, ahead of Friday's royal wedding saw Will-Kate missing. ...
  • Mumbai sexual abuse: British paedophiles surrender March 21, 2011

    Duncan Grant and Allan Waters were convicted in for sexual abuse of minor boys at the Anchorage Shelter Home in Colaba in Mumbai. ...
  • 'BP deal will accelerate oil discovery in India' February 22, 2011

    There was no problem in getting Government nod says Mukesh Ambani after the deal. ...