BBC edited the program and the host offered apology after caller abused PM Modi and his mother during a live radio show
UK top court rejects ‘ISIS bride’ Shamima Begum’s bid to return to Britain to join the court case for her British citizenship
Shamima Begum, 21, who joined the ISIS when she was 15, had sought to return to the United Kingdom, to contest the UK government's decision to revoke her British citizenship.
Conflict of interest? Advocacy group funded by Twitter, Facebook, Google and western governments criticises new Indian social media regulations
Access Now has spoken out against the social media regulations ushered in by the Indian Government on Thursday.
Meet British MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi: Khalistani connections, pro-Pakistani stance on Kashmir and vocal during ‘farmer protests’
Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, or Tan Dhesi as he is addressed sometimes, is a Labour MP from Slough in the United Kingdom.
‘Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi’: UK court approves extradition to India
"Barrack 12 at Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai is fit for Nirav Modi," said the UK judge while ordering his extradition
UK: BBC criticised for ‘hostile’ interview of Zara Mohammed, the first female leader of British Muslim Council
In the interview, the host Emma Barnett had confronted Mohammed on various issues of Islam, including the number of female imams in the country.
UK: Khalistani outfits tell Sikhs to identify themselves as ‘Asians’, ‘Punjabis’ instead of ‘Indians’ in 2021 Census
The intervention of the Khalistani outfits has sparked fears of the census capturing wrong data about the Indian community.
UK HelloFresh food app issues apology after a customer gets bottled-up urine with his order: Read details
In the United Kingdom, a HelloFresh app customer was left in shock as he received a bottle full of urine as part of food delivery
Chinese companies, backed by CCP, exploits pandemic to take over British schools and indoctrinate children: Reports
In a bid to influence the British education system, several high-profile members of the Communist regime in China have begun investing heavily in British schools.
‘Warriors will destroy your kingdom’: UK fines Khalistani network that called for violence against India, showed flames superimposed on Red Fort
UK media watchdog imposed a fine of 50,000 pounds on a pro-Khalistan network - Khalsa Television Ltd or KTV for broadcasting terror content