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UNSC blasts 'heinous' murder of <strong>British</strong> aid worker

UNSC blasts 'heinous' murder of British aid worker

15 Sep 2014

United Nations: UN Security Council has condemns the "heinous and cowardly murder" of British aid worker David Haines by an Islamic State militant. "This crime is a tragic reminder of the increasing dangers humanitarian personnel face every day in Syria," the council emphasised in a statement on Sunday, adopted unanimously by its 15 members.

UNSC blasts,   heinous murder,   British aid worker,   ISIL,   british aid worker,  
Bihar to turn Home Guards into multi-skilled force

Bihar to turn Home Guards into multi-skilled force

12 Sep 2014

Patna: Bihar is planning to turn its 53,000-strong Home Guard organization into an effective force capable of rendering help in crisis situations across the country.

Home Guard organization,   Mughal,   British Chaukidari system,   1962 Sino-Indian war,   Home Guards Director General,   Abhayanand ,  
<strong>British</strong> Airways offers up to 50 percent off on selected flights from India

British Airways offers up to 50 percent off on selected flights from India

10 Sep 2014

Mumbai: British Airways joined its peers in offering limited period discounted tickets to air travellers, rolling out up to 50 percent lower fares on its flight from India to select global destinations including London, New York and San Francisco.

British Airways,   offer,   50 percent off,   flights,   India,   airlines,  
<strong>British</strong> PM challenges NATO allies on ransom payments

British PM challenges NATO allies on ransom payments

05 Sep 2014

Newport (UK): British Prime Minister David Cameron has urged NATO allies not to pay ransoms for kidnapped nationals, as leaders of the Western military alliance met today to discuss their response to the threat of jihadists in Iraq.

British PM,   David Cameron,   NATO alliance,   ISIS,   IS Militants,   US journalist beheading,   American hostages,  
Neel Mukherjee shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize

Neel Mukherjee shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: British-Indian writer Neel Mukherjee's family saga ‘The Lives of Others’ has been shortlisted for 2014 Man Booker prize, it was announced on Tuesday.

Neel Mukherjee,   Man Booker prize,   British-Indian writer,   The Lives of Others,   Commonwealth countries,  
Jaguar launches its cheapest car, XE sports sedan

Jaguar launches its cheapest car, XE sports sedan

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: British luxury carmaker Jaguar launched its cheapest ever car XE sports sedan on Monday. Interestingly, the sales at Jaguar Land Rover rose 19 percent last financial year, helped by demand from China, and it has been rewarded this year with 3.5 billion pounds ($5.6 billion) of investment.

Jaguar,   XE sports sedan,   Jaguar Land Rover,   XE series,   British luxury carmaker ,  
<strong>British</strong> PM says IS beheading video 'despicable'

British PM says IS beheading video 'despicable'

03 Sep 2014

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has condemned an Islamic State video apparently showing a militant beheading a second US reporter and threatening to kill a British captive as ‘despicable’.

British PM,   David Cameron,   ISIS,   IS Militants,   American journalist,   Journalist beheading,   Iraq,   Steven Sotloff,  
<strong>British</strong> PM unveils tougher anti-terror measures

British PM unveils tougher anti-terror measures

02 Sep 2014

London: Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday announced tougher anti-terror measures against British-born extremists planning to fight in Iraq and Syria, and prohibit them from returning to the UK to launch attacks on home soil.

British PM,   David Cameron,   Anti-terror measures,   Extremism,   Islamic State,   TPIMS,   ISIS,   British citizenship,   British jihadists,   James Foley,  
Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other <strong>tabloids</strong>

Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other tabloids

13 Aug 2011

The circulation of British tabloids has shot up after media baron Rupert Murdoch closed down News of the World in July in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal, latest industry figures show. The Sunday Mirror picked up the most new customers with average sales for July of 1,786,454 copies almost 700,000 more than in June.

Murdoch News of the World closure,   British tabloids circulation,   British tabloids circulation after News of the World closure,   Sunday Mirror circulation in Britain ,  
India must open up its legal sector, says <strong>British</strong> Law Minister

India must open up its legal sector, says British Law Minister

02 Sep 2014

New Delhi: British law minister Shailesh Vara, who is in New Delhi for his three-day visit said India must allow overseas lawyers to practise in India by opening up its legal sector.

British Law Minister,   Shailesh Vara,   media persons,   United Kingdom,   Ministry of Justice,  

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