New Delhi:While indicating that the UK may be planning a longer-term presence in the Indian Ocean region, visiting British foreign secretary Liz Truss told TOI that the two countries are working together with “more military exercises and cooperation between our services”.
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Special day for special guests: Farmers who parted with their ancestral land
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Your cat can track you without seeing you
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Nasa launches spacecraft to kick an asteroid off course
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GM's Exit From India Hits a Roadblock
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The Vaccine's Last Mile Problem
India is racing to vaccinate its villages, including many in remote and desperately poor areas where suspicion of the government’s motives runs deep
British import Hawksmoor is a steakhouse where you can order the fish.
India's Fintech Boom
A government-backed system of digital payments has set offa wave of innovation
Matt Berry Has a Type
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Tom & Haleya AWKWARD EXES
The Mission: Impossible co-stars are navigating a breakup while still filming!
UK PERMITS DEVELOPMENT OF GENE-EDITED CROPS IN LIMATE FIGHT
Britain’s government plans to allow researchers to use gene-editing techniques to develop crops that can increase yields, reduce the need for pesticides, and cut greenhouse gas emissions as the U.K.’s exit from the European Union allows it to deviate from the bloc’s rules.
UK ENERGY CRISIS: GOVT IN CO2 DEAL TO AVERT FOOD SHORTAGES
The British government agreed to support an American-owned firm that produces much of the U.K.’s carbon dioxide, a deal designed to avert shortages of meat, poultry and packaged foods amid a crisis triggered by soaring energy costs.