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‘British Govt. must apologise for Jallianwala Bagh massacre’: London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Amritsar (Punjab), December 6 : – London Mayor Sadiq Khan, who is currently on a visit to India, paid tributes to the martyrs of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar on Wednesday and said it is time for the British Government to apologise for the tragedy. Khan wrote in the visitor’s book at the Jallianwala

India to face Pakistan in opening match of CWG hockey Gold Coast

Reigning silver medalists India will open their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan in a mouth-watering men’s hockey contest of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. According to the schedule announced by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) today, Asian champions India are placed in a relatively easy but tricky Pool B along side Pakistan, last edition’s bronze medalists

‘Free Balochistan’ ads appear on London buses

London, Nov 14, Activists campaigning for an independent Balochistan have launched a new phase of an advertising drive on London buses to raise awareness against alleged human rights abuses in the restive province by the Pakistan government. The World Baloch Organisation said the latest drive will see more than 100 London buses with adverts carrying

Indian cueist Pankaj Advani wins

Ace Indian cueist Pankaj Advani wins 17th world title

Indian cueist Pankaj Advani wins : Ace Indian cueist Pankaj Advani on Sunday clinched his 17th world title after he thrashed his arch-rival Mike Russell of England in the IBSF World Billiards Championship. Advani beat Russell 6-2 (0-155, 150-128, 92-151, 151-0, 151-6, 151-0, 150-58, 150-21) to defend the 150-up format title he had won in

Musical artist Ashok gill

Musical artist Ashok gill all set for foriegn tour

Musical artist Ashok gill  : Ashok Gill who gave many hit songs like Morni, Gora Gora, Bari Barsi, Nachna Ounda Nahin and many more and is all set for foreign tour. He is going to Canada, US and England to spread his magic. – – – – – Advertisement – – – – – The

Top Five Evening News Daily Post India

Top Five Evening News Daily Post

Google Search becomes country-specific by default

Google Search becomes country-specific by default

Google Search becomes country-specific: You will no longer have to manually enter country code top-level domain names to avail country-specific services for Google Search and Maps on the web and the Google iOS app.And this applies even when you travel from one country to another, for example from the US to India. Country services used

Squirrel furs

Squirrel furs : Brought Leprosy to Medieval England

Squirrel furs : A recent study by the scientists found the evidence that the medieval likings for the beautiful fine fur of red squirrels, traded with Viking Scandinavia, may have been a factor in the spread of leprosy. A woman who died more than 1000 years ago in Suffolk, her skull was analysed and they

U-17 World Cup New champion

New champion on cards as England, Spain clash in U-17 final

Kolkata, Oct 27, U-17 World Cup New champion : A riveting contest is on the cards when England and Spain lock horns in the first-ever all- European summit clash of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup which will have a new champion tomorrow after a record-breaking tournament. After three weeks of high intensity and top quality

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

Diwali shows Hindu culture

Diwali shows Hindu culture at its very best: Theresa May

London, Oct 21, Diwali shows Hindu culture at its very best: Theresa May. British Prime Minister Theresa May greeted the Hindu community on the occasion of Diwali, saying the festival is the celebration of the way of life, showing Hindu culture at its very best. In a message read out at Diwali celebrations organised by

Singer Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran gives up alcohol for quick recovery

London, Oct 20, Singer Ed Sheeran, who is due to perform in India next month and has injured his arm in an accident, says he has given up alcohol to recover soon.The “Shape of you” star confirmed he will be cancelling a string of Asian concert dates this month after his unfortunate cycling accident which

Explosion at Tower Hill station in London causes panic

An explosion on a London underground train at Tower Hill station caused panic and stampeding among the passengers as they rushed from the scene. The Tower Hill station was evacuated after an object burst into flame on a Tube train, the local media reports.However, the London Fire Brigade department informed that the incident at the

Pakistan qualify Hockey World Cup 2018

Pakistan qualify for Hockey World Cup 2018

Pakistan qualify Hockey World Cup 2018. Pakistan men’s hockey team has become the 13th team to qualify for the World Cup 2018 that will take place in India from 28 November to 16 December.  The Green Shirts, currently ranked 14th in the World Rankings, finished at the seventh position in the Hockey World League Semi-Final in

McDonald’s faces its first ever strike in UK

McDonald’s faces its first ever strike on UK soil after workers at two of the fast-food chain’s outlets backed a call for industrial action. Staff at restaurants in Cambridge and in Crayford, south-east London, have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a strike amid concerns over working conditions and the use of zero-hour contracts. The Bakers,

England Alastair Cook

Cook’s mighty 243 helps England tighten grip against W-indies

England Alastair Cook mighty 243 puts England firmly in control against West Indies. England opener Alastair Cook continued his rich vein of form as he remorselessly churned out a double century to help his team tighten their grip against West Indies before James Anderson struck on Day Two of the opening day-night Test at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground

Ludhiana to be 'Smart' with the help of England

Ludhiana to be ‘Smart’ with the help of England

British High Commissioner Sir Dominic held a meeting with leading Industrialists of Ludhiana here today with an aim to increase trade relations between India and England.    Rakesh Bharti Mittal from Indian group, Abhishek Munjal from Hero Cycle, S.K. Rai Gaurav Munjal from Hero Ecotech, Neeraj Satija from Hall Mark, Manjinder Sachdeva, Sachin Jain, British High Commissioner

Dead whale found bow cruise

Dead whale found on bow of cruise ship entering Alaska port

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: Dead whale found bow cruise. A cruise ship reached an Alaska port with a surprise on its bow: the carcass of a humpback whale. The Grand Princess, a 949-foot (290-meter) ship in the Princess Cruises fleet, on Wednesday morning pulled into Ketchikan with the marine mammal lodged on its submerged, bulbous bow, a

27 people live in World's Smallest Country sealand

Only 27 people live in World’s Smallest Country Sea Land

India is the 7th largest country in the world. India is World’s second largest country on the basis of population. We live in a country where the population of a joint family is around 25 to 30 members. But there is a country where only 27 people live and it is the micro nation of

No ban on Khalistani or anti-Indian ideology from UK land

Narinder Jagga , Chandigarh, July 29: – It is not possible to stop the Khalistan or anti-India ideology from the land of England. MP from the main opposition party in London, Labour Party, Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi said in an interaction with media that there is freedom to speech and expresses its views in UK. There