Monday, December 6, 2021

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Opinion: Why France and UK get so angry

By Richard Blakemore A dispute between Britain and France about fishing territories has escalated rapidly. French authorities detained a British trawler on October 28, and...

Bathukamma, Dasara celebrations held in UK

Hyderabad: Bathukamma and Dasara celebrations were organised on a grand note under the aegis of Aylesbury Telugu Sangam in Aylesbury, United Kingdom on October...

Explore Finland for higher education

Aalto Varsity offers a variety of UG, PG courses in different fields

UK begins trial of multi-variant Covid booster vax

London: The UK has kicked off a trial of what has been described as the world's first multi-variant vaccine booster against Covid-19 in the...

Buying pets online a risky proposition

Animal lovers urged not to fall prey to fake advertisements and discounts

Tom Cruise tucks away 2 Chicken Tikka Masalas at Asha Bhosle’s restaurant

It was at iconic playback singer Asha Bhosle's eponymous restaurant, Asha's, in Birmingham, where he ordered two servings of Chicken Tikka Masala.

Telangana NRIs celebrate Independence Day in UK

Hyderabad: The Telangana Association of the United Kingdom (TAUK) celebrated Independence Day in London. Vice president of the association, Sushumna Reddy, hoisted the Indian...

UK eases travel restrictions for India

Passengers must take a COVID test three days before departure and book in advance for two COVID tests to be taken upon arrival in England.

Travel curbs: UK moves India from ‘red’ to ‘amber list’

The decision has come as a relief for the Indian diaspora in the UK, who had been demanding the easing of travel norms between India and Britain.

Covid: 50% rise in young patients with eating disorders in UK

The number of under-20 admitted for eating disorders, such as bulimia and anorexia, in the last year topped 3,200 - nearly 50 per cent higher than in 2019-20, the BBC reported, citing data from data from NHS Digital.

Job fraud: Man duped of Rs 13 lakh in Hyderabad

According to the police, the victim Venkat Murali had lost his job during the lockdown and during his attempts to find a new job, uploaded his resume on various online job portals

Face masks to become personal choice as UK lifts lockdown

According to the National Health Service (NHS) data, more than 33 million people in Britain have now had their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Peaky Blinders, binge-worthy watch with a touch of history and action

This weekend, we recommend Peaky Blinders, a British series that explores the exploits of an ex-soldier turned gangster Thomas Shelby.

UK Methodist Church votes to allow same-sex marriages

The church has a membership of 164,000, making it the fourth-largest denomination of Christian churches in the U.K.

UK watchdog raises alarm over live face recognition tech

Unlike CCTV, LFR and its algorithms can automatically identify who you are and infer sensitive details about you.

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