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Facebook behaving like digital gangster, say UK MPs

London, Feb. 19 -- Companies like Facebook Inc. should not be allowed to behave like "digital gangsters" in the online world, considering themselves to be ahead of and beyond the law, a hard-hitting r... Read More


Facebook behaving like digital gangster, say UK MPs

LONDON, Feb. 19 -- Companies like Facebook Inc. should not be allowed to behave like "digital gangsters" in the online world, considering themselves to be ahead of and beyond the law, a hard-hitting r... Read More


UK: 7 Labour MPs quit, more may follow

LONDON, Feb. 19 -- Seven Labour MPs left the party on Monday, opposing leader Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit policy and approach on issues such as racism and anti-Semitism, with more to follow. The resignati... Read More


7 Labour MPs quit over Corbyn's Brexit policy, anti-semitism

India, Feb. 18 -- Political reverberations unleashed by the 2016 EU referendum took another toll on Monday when seven Labour MPs resigned from the party, opposing leader Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit policy ... Read More


Facebook can't behave like 'digital gangster', says UK report

India, Feb. 18 -- Companies like Facebook should not be allowed to behave like 'digital gangsters' in the online world, considering themselves to be ahead of and beyond the law, a hard-hitting report ... Read More


Pulwama attack: UK foreign secretary receives flak over 'India-administered Kashmir' tweet

London, Feb. 16 -- The Pulwama attack drew condemnation from across the political spectrum in the United Kingdom, but a reference by foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt to 'India-administered Kashmir' in hi... Read More


Pulwama attack: UK revises India travel advisory

India, Feb. 16 -- The Foreign Office on Friday revised its travel advisory for India in the light of the Pulwama attack, cautioning British citizens against all travel to Jammu and Kashmir, except tra... Read More


Take money I've put on table: Mallya

London, Feb. 15 -- Contesting India's extradition bid in UK courts, businessman Vijay Mallya on Thursday took to Twitter to urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to instruct Indian banks to take his money... Read More


UK ex-envoys to May: Brexit a national crisis

London, Feb. 15 -- On a day the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called the UK a "waning country", 43 former British envoyss called on Prime Minister Theresa May to change course on Brexit, which they ... Read More


British parliament to debate massacre at Jallianwala Bagh

LONDON, Feb. 15 -- British Parliament's upper house will debate the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar on February 19 amid renewed calls for Britain's apology for the bloodbath in the run-up t... Read More