05 Apr 2021
Scottish politician claims gay marriages caused COVID-19 pandemic
A Scottish politician has sparked outrage after claiming that the coronavirus pandemic has been caused due to gay marriages.
05 Jan 2021
Full lockdown imposed in England as coronavirus cases surge
England's 56 million people were ordered to stay at home by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday, as the United Kingdom struggles to contain a new variant of coronavirus.
13 Nov 2020
Scotland qualify for Euro 2020 after 22 years
Scotland have secured a place at the UEFA Euro 2020.
30 Jan 2020
This Indian woman footballer becomes first to bag overseas contract
In a historic moment for Indian football, Bala Devi has become the first woman from the nation to bag a professional contract from a foreign club.
11 Nov 2019
#NewsBytesAnalysis: What makes Sir Alex Ferguson special?
When it comes to football, there have been a number of successful managers who have blessed the sport.
06 Nov 2019
Five interesting facts about Golden Retrievers you should know
One of the most popular dog breeds around the world, Golden Retrievers are utterly gentle, loyal, and family-friendly companions.
31 Oct 2019
Meet the nations which have qualified for ICC World T20
A total of 16 teams are set to battle it out for the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup to be held in Australia next year.
05 Jun 2019
Here's when Andy Murray is returning to competitive tennis
British tennis sensation Andy Murray has confirmed that he would be returning to professional and competitive tennis this month.
02 Oct 2018
#GameOfThronesDrinks : White Walker themed scotch-whiskey hits markets, brings 'winters'
Winter is coming a little early for 'Game of Thrones' fans. While they wait for the final season, releasing in 2019, they can feel the winds of winter blowing in their scotch whiskeys.
16 Sep 2018
Indian billionaire buys £2mn mansion for his daughter: Report
An unnamed Indian billionaire has acquired a £2mn mansion in the Scottish countryside as a home for his daughter who is set to begin her course at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland next week, The Times reported.
11 Sep 2018
Indian billionaire's daughter gets chef, butler, footmen in UK college
An unnamed Indian billionaire's daughter has been dubbed the "poshest" student in the UK after it was claimed that her family is hiring 12 staff members to help her during her studies at a Scottish university.
31 Aug 2018
Helped by a cow, Scottish man proposes to girlfriend!
Marriage proposals are always adorable, but when they are weird, the cuteness quotient multiplies manifold.
29 Aug 2018
UK: Gurdwara burned in suspected arson attack, no injuries reported
The Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sahib in Leith city, Scotland has been severely damaged in a suspected arson attack with police treating the "suspicious" act as a hate crime, BBC reported.
27 Aug 2018
Scotland university brings pronoun badges; a step towards gender equality
Scotland's Edinburgh University is set to hand out pronoun badges to freshers joining in a new term so they know whether to refer to each other as "he", "she" or "they".
15 Aug 2018
Scotland Yard returns stolen 12th-century statue to India on I-Day
A 12th century Buddha statue stolen from a museum at Nalanda in Bihar nearly 60 years ago was returned to India today by the UK's Metropolitan Police as part of India's Independence Day ceremony in London.
16 Jun 2018
Fire guts Scotland's iconic 'Glasgow School of Art'
One of Scotland's most iconic buildings, Glasgow School of Art, has been gutted in a major fire, nearly four years after it was partially destroyed by a smaller blaze.
22 Mar 2018
West Indies beat Scotland, qualify for 2019 ICC World Cup
West Indies qualified for the ICC 2019 World Cup after overcoming Scotland in a rain-affected match.
17 Oct 2017
Hurricane Ophelia: Ireland battered by storm; proceeds to England/Scotland
Remnants of the powerful Hurricane Ophelia battered Ireland and parts of Wales as it made landfall yesterday.
21 Mar 2017
Scottish Independence: Scotland could be independent, says Lord King
Lord Mervyn King, ex-Governor of the Bank of England, said Scotland "could be an independent country" but would "risk" taking a hit to its public finances if oil revenues fall.