Brexit: Final push for votes on last day of campaign

David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn have told rallies in Bristol and London that a Remain vote in Thursday's poll will mean the UK is safer and better off, BBC reports. But Boris Johnson said a vote to leave would show people "believe

NASA’s Space Apps Challenge 2016 and Education: The World’s Largest Hackathon at Various Locations of the World

Space Apps Challenge is a global NASA’s hackathon known for its front-edge solutions to space challenges and environmental problems. Despite being a forum for top IT geeks and other hi-tech folks, Space Apps Challenge presents great educational opportunities as well. This has

Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday

Elizabeth II was third in line to the throne after Edward, Prince of Wales, and her father, The Duke of York, reports with reference to Yahoo news. She spent the early part of her life living at 145 Piccadilly,

UK signs new defence pact to help Ukraine in Russia confrontation

Michael Fallon, the UK Defence Secretary, said that Britain is to sign a new defence pact with Ukraine to help with more military training and intelligence in the confrontation with Russia, the Telegraph reports. Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary, said the new

Syria talks: humanitarian aid to begin in a week

In Munich representatives of the United States, Russia and more than a dozen other countries agreed to a cessation of hostilities set to begin in a week and to provide rapid humanitarian access to besieged Syrian towns, Reuters report. But the negotiations

The UK with aid of French patrol plane is searching for Russian submarine detected off Scottish coast

French patrol planes are scouring the seas off Scotland for a Russian submarine after Britain was forced to call on allies for help because it has scrapped its own sub-hunting aircraft, reports with the reference to Independent. The Russian vessel has