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Kalka Shimla section

World Heritage Kalka-Shimla section: Through the pines, hop off, hop on

If you are travelling by a train from Kalka to Shimla, your journey is going to be different. Through  pines, you can hop on and hop off at will. The Indian Railways on Thursday would be introducing the new service on UNESCO-declared World Heritage Kalka-Shimla section. The service will be introduced for six months on trial basis on all trains running on Kalka-Shimla section. The introduction of this

British MP Tanmanjeet gets ‘Sikh of the Year’ award

British MP Tanmanjeet gets ‘Sikh of the Year’ award

British MP Tanmanjeet gets ‘Sikh of the Year’ award London(Puneet Pal Singh): First baptized Sikh MP of United Kingdom, Tanamanjit Singh Dhesi awarded with 31st ‘Sikh of the Year’ at Vaisakhi celebrations held at House of Lords. The award was presented by renowned British charity ‘The Sikh Forum International’. Member of Parliament for Slough, Dhesi was

Jaguar Reveals Its First Electric SUV I-Pace

Jaguar Reveals Its First Electric SUV I-Pace

Jaguar Reveals Its First Electric SUV I-Pace. Jaguar first showcased the I-Pace concept back in 2016 and confirmed that it will see the light of day by 2018. And now, in 2018, the British manufacturer has unveiled the production-spec version of the all-electric SUV ahead of its global debut, which is set to take place in

7-speed Dual-Clutch Transmission Globally

Mini Lineup Gets New 7-speed Dual-Clutch Transmission Globally

Will be available with all three avatars of the Mini: the Mini 3 door, the Mini 5 door and the Mini ConvertibleMini has introduced a new dual-clutch transmission, the 7-speed Steptronic, in its lineup. It will be available internationally from early 2018 along with the standard 6-speed manual, replacing the existing 6-speed torque converter. It

Soldiers stopped World War 1

This made soldiers to stop World War 1 for a day

Soldiers stopped World War 1: On December 7, 1914, Pope Benedict XV suggested a temporary break of the war for the celebration of Christmas. The warring countries refused to create any official cease-fire, but on Christmas the soldiers in the trenches declared their own unofficial truce. Starting on Christmas Eve, many German and British troops sang Christmas carols

Iran airs more allegations against detained British woman

Iran airs more allegations against detained British woman

Dubai, Nov 26, Iran airs more allegations against detained British woman : Iranian state television has aired more allegations against a detained Iranian-British woman as London considers making a USD 530 million payment to Tehran.The TV program focused on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who is serving a five-year prison sentence for allegedly planning the “soft toppling” of

Indian Origin Genius Child 12-YO with an IQ of 162

Indian Origin Genius Child 12-YO with an IQ of 162

An Indian Origin Genius Child 12-YO with an IQ of 162. A child Rahul has put the British religion on fire. He answered all the questions correctly on a television show.This Kid bears IQ higher than Albert Einstein and qualifies to be a member of Conveted Mensa Club.Rahul was part of the ‘Child Genius’, a

Indian Piya Sinha is Jail Governor in England

Indian Piya Sinha is Jail Governor in England

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android :- Click For IOS:- There was a time when the British were the heads of our prisons prior to independence and at the same time there were many atrocities against the Indians lodged in jail. Now there is a jail in the

Big responsibility on British Sikh MP Preet Gill

Big responsibility on British Sikh MP Preet Gill

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android :- Click For IOS British Sikh MP Preet Kaur Gill was elected as councilor for the Labour Party in December 2012. After that she was created history in last days by elected as MP in UK General Election. A 44 years old

Thai court finds British activist guilty of defamation

Bangkok: A Thai court on Tuesday found a British activist guilty of defamation, following his research into human rights violations at a pineapple processing plant in the Southeast Asian nation. The Bangkok South Criminal Court announced the verdict in the case filed against Andy Hall by Natural Fruit Company Ltd., and sentenced him to four

Australia to push for more British visas

Canberra: Australians could soon find it easier to find work in Britain if free trade negotiations between the two countries run smoothly, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Saturday. Bishop, who met with her British counterpart Boris Johnson late Friday, said work, travel and study visas would be a priority for both governments once Britain’s

Facebook, Twitter, Google failed to tackle terrorism: British panel

London: In the first-ever widespread criticism of US technology giants and social media platforms, the British Home Affairs select committee has slammed the internet behemoths of becoming a “recruiting platform for terrorism” and “passing the buck”. Led by Keith Vaz, the British parliament’s longest-serving Indian-origin MP, the panel rapped Facebook, Twitter, Google and YouTube, saying

British Minister Priti Patel calls on PM

New Delhi:  called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Saturday and discussed cooperation in various areas, including skill development. Modi congratulated Ms. Patel on her appointment as Secretary of State for International Development in the new British government of Prime Minister Theresa May, according to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office. Modi

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British opposition leader faces no-trust motion

London: MPs from Britain’s opposition Labour Party were on Tuesday voting on a motion of no confidence against leader Jeremy Corbyn. The secret ballot comes after Corbyn told supporters at a rally outside Parliament to not “let those people who wish us ill to divide us”. Shadow Justice Minister Andy Slaughter was the latest to

British Council trains 1,200 teachers in Telangana

Hyderabad: The British Council has trained 1,200 teachers in government-run schools in Telangana. The three-week training programme on core skills and school leadership development concluded last week, the British Council said in a statement on Tuesday. It said 200 state government schools under control of the director of school education were chosen for the programme.

British youth killed as bike falls into gorge

Uttarkashi (Ukd): A British youth was killed when his motorcycle fell into a deep gorge in the district, a senior police official said today. 21-year-old Victor James Fox had come to visit Gangotri, the famous Himalayan shrine in Garhwal Himalayas. He fell into a 200-metre deep gorge near Nalupani on Rishikesh-Gangotri highway while he was on his