London showcases the world's first transparent & floating swimming pool called 'Sky Pool'. The interesting part of the pool is that it is built 115-feet above the ground and is 82-feet long. However, the access to pool is restricted to the residents and guests of the Embassy Gardens apartment complex. According to the reports, the pool can hold 50 tonnes of water and features a rooftop spa and bar.
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Internet sensation and chef Nusret Gokce, fondly known as 'Salt Bae' is all set to launch his new restaurant, the Nusr-Et, in London with 24-carat gold tomahawk steak on the menu. Reportedly, the food item’s cost is fixed at £700 and would be one of the star attractions of the restaurant. The eatery will be open to the public from May 17 after several delays due to the pandemic.
Whole of Indian delegation to G-7 Summit in London have been isolated after two members tested COVID-19 positive on May 4. While Indian foreign minister S Jaishankar tested negative for the coronavirus, all the members of the delegation will now attend the summit virtually. Notably, not a G-7 member, India was invited by Britain. The British government said that ensuring strict COVID protocols, the delegates will be daily tested.
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London-based journalist Danish Khan, along with his wife and researcher Ruhi Khan, has released a new book named 'Escaped: True stories of Indian fugitives in London'. Giving detailed insights about Indian extradition lawsuits, the book tells the tales of 12 cases where the alleged offenders are wanted by India. Interestingly, detailing accounts of unheard cases, it also sheds light on the recent money laundering cases of Nirav Modi and Vijay… read-more
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In first-of-its-kind case, London-based jobless lawyer Faiz Siddiqui has sued his parents after they denied to provide him lifelong maintenance. The Oxford graduate has been living in his parents' one-million-pound flat in London for the last 20 years and opines that he is entitled to receive lifetime financial support from his parents. Siddiqui, in 2018, also sued the Oxford University of one-million-pound citing "inadequate teaching",… read-more
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After two years of legal battle, London's Westminster Magistrates' court has ruled that fugitive economic offender Nirav Modi can be extradited to India. Moreover, the court accepted Nirav's involvement in a $2 billion PNB scam and India's argument of him tampering evidence and intimidating witnesses. However, the ruling is yet to be approved by the UK Home Secretary. Currently in London prison, Nirav will be imprisoned in Mumbai's Arthur… read-more
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Bengaluru has become the only Indian city to get listed in the top 30 global cities of the future ranking, in the global economy and FDI, released by Knight & Frank. The experts opined that besides intervention of infrastructural and policy measures, the ecosystem of giants and startups in the city propelled it to the feat. While Bengaluru ranked 13th, Singapore bagged the first position for fourth consecutive time, followed by London and… read-more
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Since 2016, Bengaluru has been emerging as the fastest growing technology hub in the world revealed a study by dealroom.co. Reportedly, the city overtook London, Berlin, Munich and Paris in the global rankings. The city's investments also raised 5.4 times in four years from $0.7 billion (2016) to $7.2 billion (2020). Besides, Mumbai - the economic capital of India - has been ranked sixth on the list.
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Five passengers who travelled from London to Delhi on December 21 have tested positive for coronavirus. A COVID-19 Nodal officer at the Delhi airport stated patients have been admitted to care-centers while their samples have been sent to National Centre for Disease Control. Although an increased skepticism of mutant coronavirus is prevalent, virology experts have denied finding the new… read-more
Patanjali-claimed COVID-19 remedy 'Coronil' was found to be available for sale in stores in London. Reportedly, the medicine was being sold primarily in Asian areas without UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency's (MHRA) approval. Moreover, advertising rules in UK bars 'Coronil' to be called as immunity booster or any reference related to the COVID-19 complications. Referring to the issue, MHRA said it will take "appropriate… read-more
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