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Indian-origin archdeacon appointed Bishop of Bradwell in UK

Sunday, 11/03/2018

London : An Indian-origin archdeacon in the UK has been appointed as area Bishop of Bradwell in the Church of England’s Diocese of Chelmsford.



Atwal ‘sorry’ for causing embarrassment to Trudeau

Saturday, 10/03/2018

TORONTO : The former Khalistani militant at the centre of a controversy that engulfed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India has said he was “shocked and devastated” by the furore over an invitation to him to attend a dinner reception at the home of the Canadian envoy in New Delhi.



Prince Charles appoints Indian-origin steel tycoon as UK skills ambassador

Thursday, 08/03/2018

London : Indian-origin steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has been appointed by Britain's Prince Charles as an official ambassador for the Industrial Cadets programme designed to nurture manufacturing skills.



US man who killed Kuchibhotla pleads guilty, faces 50 yrs in jail

Thursday, 08/03/2018

WASHINGTON: A 52-year-old former US navy veteran charged with killing Indian software engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla at a bar in Kansas last year pleaded guilty on Tuesday to murder in the shooting that was linked to a surge in ethnic, racial and antiimmigrant tensions after President Donald Trump’s election.



US Navy veteran pleads guilty to Indian techie Srinivas’s murder

Wednesday, 07/03/2018

Washington : A US Navy veteran on Wednesday pleaded guilty to the murder of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla in a racially motivated hate crime at a bar in Kansas City last year that drew international attention.



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Akalis ‘beat up’ Cong leader in Dharamkot

Saturday, 10/03/2018

Moga : Senior Congress leader and president of the Dharamkot Municipal Council Inderpreet Singh Bunty was allegedly beaten up by Youth Akali Dal leader Harpreet Singh, alias Ricky, and his aides at Dharamkot town today.



Will try to raise Johal issue with Modi: UK minister

Wednesday, 14/03/2018

LONDON: The Theresa May government on Tuesday said it will try to raise the issue of British national Jagtar Singh Johal – who is under arrest in Punjab since November 2017 – with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he will visit London for the Commonwealth heads of government meeting in April.