‘Help us stop Scottish nationalists’, Conservatives ask Labour voters

By Russell Cheyne | EDINBURGH The leader of Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives in Scotland on Friday made a plea to supporters of Britain's opposition Labour Party to lend her their vote at next month's...

EU eyes start of Brexit negotiations on June 19

By Jan Strupczewski | BRUSSELS European Union officials are preparing for talks on Britain's exit from the bloc to begin on June 19 but expect confirmation of the date only after the British election on...

Assange hails victory after Sweden drops probe, says prepared to end impasse

By Simon Johnson and Michael Holden | STOCKHOLM/LONDON Swedish prosecutors dropped an investigation of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Friday over a rape allegation, but British police said he would still be arrested if he...

Kulbhushan at ICJ and Nawaz Sharif’s illicit affairs from Ambanis to Sajjan Jandal

By Dr Shahid Qureshi: - The whole drama of International Court of Justice was cooked many months ago, even before his sentencing probably sometimes in March 2017. The treachery of Nawaz Sharif and his regime...

Exclusive – Trump campaign had at least 18 undisclosed contacts with Russians: sources

By Ned Parker, Jonathan Landay and Warren Strobel | WASHINGTON Michael Flynn and other advisers to Donald Trump’s campaign were in contact with Russian officials and others with Kremlin ties in at least 18 calls...

May’s pitch to voters – market intervention, welfare cuts, looser fiscal policy

By Guy Faulconbridge | LONDON Prime Minister Theresa May will pitch selected market intervention, looser fiscal policy and more welfare cuts as the tonic Britain needs to navigate Brexit when she unveils her main pre-election...

Get ready now for Brexit, EU’s Barnier tells business

Businesses had better move fast to prepare for Brexit in under two years and should not count on long transition periods to cushion the impact of Britain leaving the European Union, the EU's chief...

Britain to investigate use of personal data in political campaigns

Britain said it was investigating how politicians and campaigners use data to target voters with online advertising to make sure they comply with electoral laws and do not abuse people's privacy. The inquiry coincides with...

UK workers suffer first pay squeeze since 2014

By William Schomberg and Andy Bruce | LONDON British pay growth has fallen behind inflation for the first time in two-and-a-half years, underscoring the growing Brexit squeeze facing many voters ahead of June 8 national...

Vivid Blue Pottery of Multan in Pakistan

By Nikolin Svetlana  :  Pottery-making is one of the most ancient art forms as evidenced by Paleolithic and Neolithic archaeological excavations. An examination of the history of pottery reveals the colorful vicissitudes in human evolution. In Punjab...