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Pakistan Minister asks Britain to return Koh-i-Noor

Pakistan Minister asks Britain to return Koh-i-Noor

Islamabad April 11 Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday asked Britain to return to Islamabad the famous Koh-i-Noor diamond, which is claimed by India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and also Iran. The 105-carat diamond has been part of the British crown jewels for the past 150 years. Chaudhry also endorsed the demand that the British empire must

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Indians suffer unfair pay gap in the United Kingdom

Indians along with other black and Asian minorities in the UK face an unfair pay gap in comparison to their white counterparts, according to a new report released on Thursday.The Resolution Foundation report says overall Britain’s 1.9-million ethnic minority workers have lost out on 3.2-billion pounds a year due to this “pay penalty” suffered as a result of their background. “We find that between 2007 and 2017 the

Trump cancels UK trip over 'bad deal' embassy

Trump cancels UK trip over ‘bad deal’ embassy

US President Donald Trump has cancelled his trip to Britain due to disappointment over a “bad” US embassy. He tweeted late on Thursday that he was not a big fan of the Obama administration that sold “perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for ‘peanuts'”, only to build a new one in an

Britain's Prince George on ISIS target

Four years old Prince George on ISIS target

Britain’s Prince George on ISIS target. Britain’s Prince George is on the hit list of terror group ISIS which has threatened to kill the four-year-old son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, according to a UK media report. The threat appeared as part of a message posted by ISIS members on social media. George, who

UK govt opposes use of phrase ‘pregnant woman’

London, Oct 22, The UK government is opposed to the use of the phrase “pregnant woman” because it could be perceived as excluding transgender people who have also given birth. The statement comes in Britain’s official submission on proposed amendments to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which the UK has been

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Whatsapp rejects Britain’s request to access encrypted messages

London: Whatsapp rejects Britain’s request to access encrypted messages. WhatsApp has forbidden the British government to facilitate access to encrypted messages. Officials have tracked the messages in the investigation of the recent terrorist attacks, but they could not understand code messages. On this the government had asked WhatsApp for its access.The way to write messages

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233 people affected after Chemical leak in Britain’s southern coast

As many as 233 people are undergoing medical treatment after a suspected chemical leak near a beach in Sussex in southern England.British emergency services have evacuated the popular Sussex coast after dozens of people basking in the bank holiday weekend sunshine complained of stinging eyes and sore throat after a noxious “chemical haze” swept over

UK to introduce registration for drone owners

UK to introduce registration for drone owners

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Britain is set to introduce new drone laws by making registration of unmanned aircraft mandatory to reduce the increasing problem of their misuse. Under the new rules, drone owners will be made to pass a safety awareness course in

UK Queen adopts dog she fell in love with during regular walks

UK Queen adopts dog she fell in love with during regular walks

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has adopted a nine-year-old dog she “fell in love with” during regular walks after his owner passed away, according to media reports. The Queen had decided earlier that she would not add to the three

3 British Sikhs jailed

3 British Sikhs jailed helping Afghans smuggled Britain. Three British Sikhs have been jailed for a total of 19 years for helping about 69 illegal Afghan immigrants sneak into the UK by misusing passports in a 6,00,000-pound scam. Cousins Daljit Kapoor and Harmit Kapoor, and Davinder Chawla, all in their 40s, had admitted to conspiring

There’s nothing to miss about India: Vijay Mallya

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For Android:- For IOS:- Missing India, and pining for a pit lane he can visit only once a year? Not a bit of it, says embattled Formula One team owner Vijay Mallya.The flamboyant businessman, currently fighting a high-profile Indian extradition request, speaks instead of “enjoying the

European firms hit by ‘massive’ cyber attack

European firms massive cyber attack central bank aircraft manufacturer. London, June 27 (IANS) Major firms across Europe have been hit by a massive cyber attack, a media report said. In Ukraine, government departments, the central bank, a state-run aircraft manufacturer, the airport in Kiev and the metro network have all been paralysed by the hack,

Queen Elizabeth II Was Reported To The Police By A Citizen for this reason

On Wednesday, the Queen of England was on her way to the State Opening of Parliament when a citizen noticed that she was not wearing a seat belt in her chauffeur-driven Bentley.But the force said the caller also thought it was a good idea to ring their local police force, as the Queen was travelled with Prince Charles

Britain’s longest-married couple is all about 80 years of love

Britain’s longest-married couple, who is celebrating 80 years of wedded bliss and still holds hands every day, is giving all the feels and serious relationship goals.102-year-old Ken Harris tied the knot with his beloved 99-year-old wife Margaret two years before World War II began and has carried their wedding day picture in his wallet ever

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Britain imams expressed their shock over London attack

A group of over 130 imams and Muslim religious leaders across Britain announced that they won’t perform the traditional Islamic funeral prayers for the men who carried out Saturday’s terror attack in London. In a public statement, the imams said their pain at the suffering of the victims and their families led them to take

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Women to be allowed in combat role in Army, says Gen Bipin Rawat

In a transformational move, the Indian Army is all set to open up combat positions for women, a gender barrier broken by only a few countries globally. Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat said the process to allow women in combat role, currently an exclusive domain of men, is moving fast and initially women will be recruited

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In Past 3 Months, 3 Attacks On Britain, Let Us Know About It…

There have been three major terrorist attacks in Britain in the past three months. on 22 March near the Britain Parliament, on 22 May, Manchester Arena and on 4th June, there have been three terrorist attacks in London. However, the London Police did not consider the attack in the Waxol area as a terrorist attack.

Lewis Hamilton wins the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix, Vettel second

Lewis Hamilton wins the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix, Vettel second. Lewis Hamilton won the Spanish Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday to cut Sebastian Vettel’s overall lead in the Formula One championship to six points with a quarter of the season completed.The Mercedes driver’s 55th career win was hard-fought and tense, however, with

Britain’s (Special Air Services) to double anti-terror force

Britain’s (Special Air Services) to double anti-terror force. London, May 7 (PTI) Britain’s elite Special Air Service (SAS) unit of the Army is doubling its anti-terror forces to tackle the growing terror threat to the country.The unit will increase in size to 80 troops, ‘The Sunday Times’ quoted a source close to the elite regiment

Britain, Spain advance in Davis Cup, rain halts Argentina

Paris: Britain was defaulted into the Davis Cup quarter-finals, while Spain edged Croatia to advance and defending champion Argentina battled Italy into a decisive fifth match at a rain-hit tie. Canada’s Denis Shapovalov hit chair umpire Arnaud Gabas in the face with a ball and was defaulted in the deiciding match, handing Britain’s Kyle Edmund