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  • e Lounge: Akshay Kumar performs at the World Kabaddi League in London August 12, 2014

    In an interview to CNNIBN, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar talks about Kabaddi being the traditional sport of India. Akshay Kumar mesmerized the crowd in London with his opening performance at the World Kabaddi League. "My team Khalsa Warriors and Yo Yo Honey team will be competing for the first match,"...
  • Namaste London: In conversation with UK Foreign Secretary July 12, 2014

    In an exclusive interview to CNNIBN's Anubha Bhonsle, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague talks about IndiaUK ties. ...
  • Had unfettered access to Modi, says his biographer Andy Marino May 8, 2014

    There are more than 10 books on the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in stores now. One book that seems to be flying off the shelves is Londonbased biographer Andy Marino's book. He talks of getting unfettered access over a period of a few weeks, in an exclusive interview...
  • Veer Campaign: Born with a deformed leg, Girisha proves his worth as a high jumper March 7, 2014

    Girisha Hosanagara Nagarajegowda was born with a deformed leg, but as he grew he turned his weakness into his biggest strength. He chose to pursue a career in sports following which the Paralympics Federation came forward to help him. Girisha proved his worth and won a silver medal at the...
  • Watch: London museum offers chance to sleep with dinosaurs December 30, 2013

    London's Natural History museum is offering adults a chance to enjoy their very own night at the museum. Guests can enjoy a dinner, stand up comedy, horror movies and also a chance to sleep amidst dinosaurs. ...
  • London: Freedom Charity rescues 3 women from decades of captivity November 25, 2013

    In the UK, three women were rescued from decades of captivity in a South London neighbhourhood last week. Among the two held for that crime is a person of Indian origin. The case is being described as the biggest case of modern slavery in Britain. Aneeta Prem of the Freedom...
  • Manoj Tiwary frustrated after so many injuries August 29, 2013

    After two surgeries following medical advice in London, Manoj Tiwary faces a four-month rehabilitation spell. ...
  • MEA calls assault on UK Sikh man a shameful incident August 19, 2013

    An 18yearold man was punched in the face and shoved to the ground leaving him with a bloody nose and black eye by a 19yearold girl in London. A video of the brutal attack went viral on social media sites which took place earlier this week. ...
  • UK: 80yearold Sikh man attacked in UK; BJP asks govt to register protest August 18, 2013

    A teenaged British girl has been arrested for assaulting an 80yearold Sikh man after a video of the incident went viral online. The man was punched in the face. Meanwhile, Bharatiya Janata Party has asked the Indian government to register protest with the United Kingdom. ...
  • Watch: Experts prediction on the royal baby looks July 23, 2013

    After months of betting on the gender of the royal baby, now rumours are rife about what the royal baby looks like. A baby boy was born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Mary's Hospital in London on July 22, 2013. ...
  • Watch: People celebrate the birth of royal baby July 23, 2013

    A baby boy was born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at St Mary's Hospital in London on July 22, 2013. ...
  • 'The Rolling Stones' return to London's Hyde Park after 44 years July 9, 2013

    The Rolling Stones returned to London's Hyde Park after 44 years. They had last performed at the same venue in 1969. ...
  • Highlights of the special screening of 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' in London July 6, 2013

    Viacom 18's 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' releases in India next week. Here are the highlights of a special screening of the film in London. ...
  • Khurshid plays down UK visa bond issue, says it's just a proposal June 26, 2013

    External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid has played down concerns over a new UK policy saying the requirement for a bond was still merely a proposal. ...
  • World View: What links known Islamist groups with Woolwich killing? May 25, 2013

    In this episode of World View, CNNIBN's Suhasini Haidar brings you the latest in Woolwich killing in London and links there are to known Islamic groups. ...
  • UK soldier beheading could spark reprisal attacks against Muslims May 24, 2013

    Many fear that the soldier beheading incident in London would spark reprisal attacks against Muslims. England's farright protest groups called for a protest shortly after the attack in Woolwich. The English Defense League used social media to rally its supporters. ...
  • Soldier beheaded: UK police raids house in Lancashire May 23, 2013

    London is in shock after a British soldier was beheaded by two armed men outside military barracks in Woolwich. ...
  • UK: Gandhi's will, sandals and prayer beads fetch over 300,000 pounds May 22, 2013

    Mahatma Gandhi's shawl was sold for 40,000 pounds, while his will fetched 55,000 pounds. ...
  • UK: Indianorigin woman, two daughters found dead in London April 15, 2013

    An Indianorigin school laboratory technician and her two daughters were found dead under mysterious circumstances at their home in west London, a Scotland Yard spokesman said on Sunday. Heena Solanki, 34, was found dead along with Prish, 4, and Jasmine, 9, at their home in Midcroft, Ruislip on Friday evening....
  • Europe: Many flights cancelled as heavy snowfall continues January 22, 2013

    London's Heathrow airport cancelled 130 flights and warned of more delays in service. ...
  • Heavy snowfall leads to flight cancellations across Europe January 21, 2013

    London's Heathrow Airport cancelled a fifth of flights on Sunday and airlines scrapped 40 per cent of flights to Paris's main airports as snow continued to blanket parts of Europe. ...
  • Shooter Karmakar all set for National Championship December 18, 2012

    India's Joydeep Karmakar finished 4th in the 50m prone shooting event at the London Olympics. ...
  • Hoax call death: 'Tried to contact hospital before airing prank' December 10, 2012

    The Australian radio station at the centre of the hoax call death controversy has defended its act saying that it did try to get in touch with the hospital before airing the prank call. ...
  • I was dragged into controversy, says Sania Mirza October 15, 2012

    Indian tennis star has broken silence about the London Olympics controversy. ...
  • Indian swimmers upset with the authorities October 10, 2012

    Indian swimmers are upset that they didn't got an opportunity at London Olympics and blamed the authorities for this. ...
  • Police question witnesses in Lt Gen KS Brar's attack October 2, 2012

    Lieutenant General KS Brar, the man who led Operation Blue Star in 1984, came under attack from four 'burly, bearded' men on Sunday night. ...
  • Would've died had I not fought the assailants: Lt Gen KS Brar October 2, 2012

    The man who flushed out terrorists from the Golden Temple in 1984, Lt General KS Brar, survived a bid on his life in London on Monday. Lt General KS Brar told CNNIBN that he would've died had he not fought off his assailants. Lt Gen KS Brar was the victim...
  • SGPC condemns attack on Lt Gen (retd) KS Brar October 2, 2012

    Lieutenant General KS Brar, the man who led Operation Blue Star in 1984, came under attack from four "burly, bearded" men on Sunday night. He said that CCTV footage and a mobile phone from the crime scene could help police find the men who attacked him at his London home. The Scotland...
  • CCTV footage can help police find attackers: Lt Gen KS Brar October 2, 2012

    Lieutenant General KS Brar, the man who led Operation Blue Star in 1984, came under attack from four "burly, bearded" men on Sunday night. He said that CCTV footage and a mobile phone from the crime scene could help police find the men who attacked him at his London home. The Scotland...
  • News 360: Army officer who led Operation Blue Star attacked in London October 1, 2012

    Lt General Kuldip Singh Brar, who led the Operation Blue Star against Sikh terrorists in 1984, was attacked and injured with a sharpedged weapon outside a hotel in London on Sunday. ...