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401 scholarships for Indian students this year: <strong>British</strong> Council

401 scholarships for Indian students this year: British Council

21 Nov 2014

Lucknow: British Council on Friday announced 401 scholarships for Indian students this year as part of its Great Britain campaign.With 401 scholarships this year and over 750 in the last two years, this is the largest scholarships programme offered to Indian students.

British Council,   scholarships,   Indian students,   Great Britain campaign,   UK,   India,   Great Britain scholarships India 2015,   Gillian Caldicott,   Generation UK,  
Britain fastest growing G7 economy: OECD

Britain fastest growing G7 economy: OECD

21 Nov 2014

London: Britain has the fastest growing economy among the G7 group of developed nations, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reported Thursday.

Britain,   G7 group,   OECD,   Bank of England,   BOE,   European Union,   EU,   British Economy,  
PM gifts Rani Lakshmibai's petition against <strong>British</strong> to Abbott

PM gifts Rani Lakshmibai's petition against British to Abbott

18 Nov 2014

Canberra:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted Australian lawyer John Lang's 1854 petition on behalf of Rani Lakshmibai against the East India Company to his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott.

Rani Lakshmibai,   Rani Lakshmibai petition,   East India Company,   Syed Akbaruddin,   John Lang 1854 petition,   Narendra Modi,   Tony Abbott,  
Universities must make students employable: <strong>British</strong> Vice Chancellor

Universities must make students employable: British Vice Chancellor

15 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Given the widening industry-academia gap in India, a good employability strategy and investments towards it by educational institutions can help address the problem, according to a leading British academician.

Universities,   students employable,   British Vice Chancellor,   education,   ,  
Iran nuclear talks get down to nitty-gritty

Iran nuclear talks get down to nitty-gritty

19 Nov 2014

Vienna: Iran and six world powers get down to business in Vienna on Wednesday, groping for the elusive magic formula to secure a milestone nuclear deal that satisfies hardliners in Tehran and Washington.

Iran nuclear talks,   Iran and six world powers,   elusive magic formula,   secure a milestone nuclear deal,   hardliners in Tehran and Washington,   Iranian Foreign Minister,   Mohammad Javad Zarif,   British Foreign Secretary,   Philip Hammond,   ,  
London, best city in the world to live in: Gopichand Hinduja

London, best city in the world to live in: Gopichand Hinduja

12 Nov 2014

London: London is the best place in the world to live in, leading NRI industrialist Gopichand P Hinduja hassaid that after travelling around the globe, he found "home" in the British capital.

London,   NRI,   Gopichand P Hinduja,   British capital,  
French lawmakers to vote on November 28 on recognising Palestine

French lawmakers to vote on November 28 on recognising Palestine

12 Nov 2014

Paris: French lawmakers will vote on November 28 on a proposal by the Socialist Party urging the government to recognise Palestine as a state, a parliamentary source said on Wednesday.

France,   French Lawmakers,  Palestine,   Socialist Party,   British Parliament,   Sweden ,  
Relations with India top priority: Cameron to Modi

Relations with India top priority: Cameron to Modi

14 Nov 2014

Brisbane: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday held his first meeting with British Premier David Cameron who described relations with India as top priority of the UK's foreign policy and invited the Indian leader to Britain.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   India England relations,   Foreign policy,  
Cameron calls for removal of IS propaganda from internet

Cameron calls for removal of IS propaganda from internet

14 Nov 2014

Canberra: British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday called governments and internet companies to do more to remove from the web the propaganda of the Islamic State (IS) Sunni radical organisation.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   Islamic State,   Australia,  Iraq,   Syria,   Internet Companies,  
Cameron to meet Modi at G-20 meet

Cameron to meet Modi at G-20 meet

13 Nov 2014

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron will "seize the opportunity" to meet his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for the first time this weekend during the G20 summit in Brisbane to discuss a wide range of bilateral issues, media reported.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   seize the opportunity,   Indian counterpart,   Narendra Modi,   G20 summit,   Brisbane,   bilateral issues,  

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