Naveen, thank you for your prompt response.
When you are UK resident you are normally taxed on the arising basis of taxation. This means that all your worldwide income and gains will be taxable in the UK.
Therefore, even if your foreign gains have already been taxed in another country they
will still be taxable in the UK and you must declare all of your foreign gains on your tax
You claim foreign tax credit relief against tax suffered on that gain in India.
You declare your foreign gain and tax suffered by completing supplementary pages SA106 - Foreign and SA108 - Capital gains summary in addition to the main tax return.
If the property being sold has been your main residence at any point before you moved to the UK, you would be able to claim private residence relief for the period the property was your main residence.
You should alert your bank in the UK of the impending transfer of funds to comply with Money Laundering Regulations.
I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
If you have any other questions, please ask me before you rate my service – I’ll be happy to respond.