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For past British colonies like India, Churchill will remain a war criminal
The recent flap over Winston Churchill -- with Labour politician John McDonnell calling Britain’s most revered prime minister a “villain” and prompting a rebuke from the latter’s grandson -- will asto...

'Lord' Modi just like the British, India's Gandhi says
New Delhi (AFP) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi is lording it over India just like the British, opposition leader Rahul Gandhi said in a blistering pre-election broadside published Tuesday. Gandhi, gre...

British Indians pay homage to deceased CRPF jawans, demand strict action against Pak
London, Feb 17 : To honour the martyrs of the Pulwama terror attack, hundreds of British Indians on Sunday staged a protest ... with the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) families. Waving Indian fla...

India Blames Pakistan for Attack in Kashmir, Promising a Response
Kashmir’s fate was undecided when the British partitioned India in 1947. Since then, India has ignored United Nations resolutions to hold a referendum in the disputed territory, allowing local residen...

Explainer: Scenic Kashmir at the heart of India-Pakistani animosity
SRINAGAR (Reuters) - The Muslim-majority Himalayan region of Kashmir has been at the heart of more than 70 years of animosity, since the partition of the British colony of India into the separate coun...

Kashmiri youth, 4 Indian soldiers killed in Pulwama gunbattle: reports
India has an estimated 500,000 soldiers in Kashmir, which has been divided between India and Pakistan and riven by unrest since the end of British rule in 1947. Kashmiris have been fighting for an ind...

India vs. Pakistan: Who Wins in a War (And How Many Millions Could Die)?
Not only are the armies of India and Pakistan both larger in personnel than the U.S. Army, but they have stood at alert facing one another since the dissolution of the British Indian Army in 1947.

Four Indian Soldiers, One Civilian Killed In New Attack In Kashmir
India has long accused Pakistan of supporting militants in Muslim-majority Kashmir, a Himalayan territory divided between the two nuclear archrivals but claimed in full by both since independence from ...

Where the Latest India-Pakistan Conflict May Lead: QuickTake
India and Pakistan were created out of the bloody partition of British India in 1947. The tensions before and after the drawing of new borders uprooted 14 million people and erupted in mob violence th...

Starbuck's and Modern Mercantilism: No Different Than the British East India Company
Howard Schultz, the founder and current major shareholder of the ubiquitous coffee chain, Starbuck's, wants to be president of the United States. When asked why he wants to run as an independent candi...

British interior minister orders extradition of Indian tycoon
London (AFP) - Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid has signed an order for tycoon Vijay Mallya's extradition to India to face fraud charges, a spokesman for the interior ministry said Monday. Mallya, ...

British-Indian Billionaire Reuben Singh Splurges Rs 50 Cr. on Rolls-Royce Fleet
LONDON – Entrepreneur Reuben Singh – also known as the Bill Gates of Britain – took the Internet by storm when he updated pictures of his six newly purchased Rolls-Royce cars and added them to his per...