The Glasgow Life agency, managers of the city's museum, issued a statement announcing a delegation from India's government had been welcomed Friday for the returning to that country of a set of works of arts seized in the late 1800s by British colonial authorities.
Experts at the National Galleries of Scotland have discovered a previously unknown self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh, when a canvas was X-rayed before an exhibition.
On Tuesday the Queen attended an Armed Forces act of loyalty parade at her official Scottish residence. Members of all three services took part in the service at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh to celebrate her visit to Scotland and mark her Platinum Jubilee there.
Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has hailed the launch of new think tank, the Scottish Council for Global Affairs (SCGA), at an event in London. The Secretary of State spoke at an event hosted by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) at its historic Lancaster House venue – giving top global affairs experts from Scotland an opportunity to meet with representatives of governments from all over the world.
The construction of the first of five new Royal Navy Type 31 frigates is now underway in Scotland. In the brand-new assembly hall in Rosyth dockyard, the keel of HMS Venturer was laid in a formal ceremony marking the construction beginning for the ship.
The Scottish Government of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is considering the possibility of granting a posthumous pardon to some 300 people – mostly women – who were executed under the Witchcraft Act between 1563 and 1736.
A full trial assembly of a specialist air communications tower for a British Antarctic Research Station has been constructed this autumn in Scotland, ahead of its shipping to Antarctica. Mocking up the huge communications tower was no mean feat as the roof level is over 16m above ground, with a floor area of over 43.23m2.
Did you know that not all Remembrance poppies look the same? Although the poppy is a universal symbol of Remembrance, the way each country makes them is very different.
Argentine President Alberto Fernández, who is already in Glasgow for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) after two days in Rome for the G20 Summit, is to propose a new goal of reducing emissions.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Tuesday welcomed his Colombian counterpart Iván Duque in Brasilia to discuss bilateral issues as well as a joint agenda ahead of the COP-26 environmental summit next month in Glasgow.