Pregnant Binky Felstead shares a sweet snap holding her daughter India’s hand over her baby bump

‘Me, my little and my littlest’: Pregnant Binky Felstead holds daughter India’s hand over her baby bump as she prepares for birth of her second child By Nicole Conner For Mailonline Published: 21:43 GMT, 23 February 2021 | Updated: 21:43 GMT, 23 February 2021 She is preparing to welcome a son with fiancé Max Fredrik Darnton. … Read more

Cold War CIA device in Himalayas blamed for India’s glacier flood

Locals hit by the glacier flood disaster in India this month which killed up to 200 people believe a nuclear device placed in the Himalayas by US Cold War spies caused the deluge. Part of a glacier and a large chunk of rock face broke off in the mountains of Uttarakhand, jamming a river before … Read more

Farmers ride tractors into India’s capital and smash through barricades to storm historic Red Fort

Thousands of Indian farmers protesting against agricultural reforms breached barricades on Tuesday to enter the historic Red Fort complex in the capital and hoist flags after clashing with police who fired tear gas to scatter them The protesters marched, rode horses and drove long lines of tractors to New Delhi where they stormed the historic … Read more

India’s capital sees severe smog hours after Donald Trump described the country’s air as ‘filthy’

New Delhi was blanketed in noxious haze Friday as air pollution levels in parts of the city soared to ‘severe’ levels, hours after US President Donald Trump described the air in the vast nation as ‘filthy’. Smoke from agricultural burning, vehicle fumes and industrial emissions – combined with cooler temperatures and slow-moving winds that trap … Read more

India’s richest man ditches plans to scoop up Debenhams

Leading bidder pulls out of race to buy stricken department store chain Debenhams By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:51 BST, 11 October 2020 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 11 October 2020 The leading bidder has pulled out of the race to buy the stricken department store chain Debenhams, according to reports.  India’s richest … Read more

Bollywood star Deepika Padukone is quizzed by India’s Narcotics Control Bureau

Bollywood star is quizzed by India’s drug squad: Deepika Padukone arrives for interview by Narcotics Control Bureau as part of an probe into film industry’s links with drug peddlers and cartels Three Bollywood actors questioned by India’s narcotics agency earlier today Deepika Padukone arrived at office before Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan Bollywood drug probe … Read more

India’s coronavirus cases surge past half a million

India‘s confirmed coronavirus cases crossed half a million on Saturday with another record 24-hour jump of 18,552 infections.   The Health Ministry also reported 384 new deaths, raising the total to 15,685.  The country has now seen 508,953 confirmed cases of Covid-19, making it the country with the fourth-highest number of cases after the United States, … Read more

Foreign Office is set to cave in over Clive of India’s statue in Whitehall

Foreign Office is set to cave in over Clive of India’s statue in Whitehall as most senior diplomat privately admits ‘it may have to go’ Permanent Secretary Sir Simon McDonald made the concession in a Zoom call The divisive statue of imperialist Baron Clive of India is in Whitehall, London Clive has been blamed for … Read more

Experts baffled by India’s lower coronavirus death rate

India‘s low death rate from coronavirus is puzzling experts, who say the country’s young population is an advantage but warn the figures are likely to be incomplete.  Fears of an appalling death toll in a country of 1.3billion have not yet been realised, with only 934 deaths from 29,435 cases so far.  India imposed a … Read more

India’s Muslims bear the brunt of crisis after being blamed by government

Muslims in India are bearing the brunt of the country’s coronavirus crisis after the Hindu-nationalist government blamed an Islamic missionary for a surge in cases.  There has been a surge in reports of violence, business boycotts and hate speech towards the ethnic minority in the world’s second-most populous country. Experts have warned that the stigma … Read more