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12 percent rise in business visas to UK: Envoy

12 percent rise in business visas to UK: Envoy

17 Dec 2014

Chennai: Business visas to United Kingdom (UK) from India have risen by 12 percent in the past one year, a top British Deputy High Commission official said here on Wednesday.

business visas to UK,   United Kingdom,   British Deputy High Commission official,   India,   India-UK trade,  
APJ Abdul Kalam, Jung Chang among top speakers in Jaipur Literature Fest

APJ Abdul Kalam, Jung Chang among top speakers in Jaipur Literature Fest

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: China born British author Jung Chang, former president A P J Abdul Kalam and actor Naseeruddin Shah are among the 234 speakers set to participate in the upcoming Jaipur Literature festival next month.

APJ Abdul Kalam,   Jung Chang,   Jaipur Lit Fest,   British author,   Naseeruddin Shah,   Jaipur Literature festival,  
Amnesty demands release of Irom Sharmila

Amnesty demands release of Irom Sharmila

16 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Amidst a move by the central government to decriminalise attempt to suicide, international human rights body Amnesty on Tuesday appealed to the government to release Manipur's ' Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila immediately and unconditionally.

Irom Sharmila ,   human rights,   Amnesty,   Iron Lady,   Manipur,   British Medical Association,   World Medical Association,   ,  
Do away with <strong>British</strong>-era drills for bosses: Government to police

Do away with British-era drills for bosses: Government to police

14 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Government has issued a directive to the heads of central police organisations and departments to shun British-era "decorative" practices like a battery of junior staff "escorting" their bosses during their visits to government departments and events.

Government of India,   central police organisations,   British era practices,   junior staff escorting bosses,   government departments,   Union Home Ministry,   central police forces,   ,  
<strong>British</strong> MP caught playing game on iPad in Parliament

British MP caught playing game on iPad in Parliament

08 Dec 2014

London: A British MP was caught playing Candy Crush, a popular puzzle game, on his iPad while attending a Parliamentary Committee meeting.

British,   Candy Crush Saga ,   iPad,   Conservative Party MP,   Nigel Mills,  Parliamentary Committee Meeting,   Pension Committee,   Meeting of the Works,  
UK 'Google tax' to target inter-company payments

UK 'Google tax' to target inter-company payments

11 Dec 2014

LONDON: A British tax on companies that shift profits out of the country and into tax havens will target inter-company fees for services such as the use of intellectual property, according to draft legislation published on Wednesday.

British tax,   Companies,   Inter-company fees,   Intellectual property,   ,   Google tax,  
Proper mechanism in place to monitor terror groups: Rijiju

Proper mechanism in place to monitor terror groups: Rijiju

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Friday said a proper mechanism is in place to monitor the activities of terror groups after a British media report claimed the man behind the most influential pro-Islamic State Twitter account followed by foreign jihadis is from Bengaluru.

Centre,   Terror groups,   British media,   islamic State,   Twitter,   Foreign jihadis,   Bengaluru,  
ISIS' twitter 'jihadi' may not be in Bengaluru: Intel agencies

ISIS' twitter 'jihadi' may not be in Bengaluru: Intel agencies

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The suspect behind a pro-ISIS twitter account followed by foreign jihadis may not be based in Bangaluru as claimed by a British media report and he could be using a pseudonym -- Mehdi Mehboob Biswas, according to preliminary assessment by central intelligence agencies.

ISIS,   Twitter,   Foreign jihadis,   Bengaluru,   British media report,   Mehdi Mehboob Biswas,   Central intelligence agencies,   Terror,  
'Shirtfront' named Australia's word of the year

'Shirtfront' named Australia's word of the year

10 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Shirtfront - a word that rose to prominence after Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott threatened to 'shirtfront' Russian President Vladimir Putin -has been named Australia's 2014 word of the year.

Shirtfront,   Australia,   Australian Prime Minister,   Tony Abott,   Russia,   Russian President,   Vladmir Putin,   Australian National University,   ANU,   G20 Summit,   India,   IndianPrime Mininster,   Narendra Modi,   British,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,  Rugby,   Australian Football ,  
Shrien Dewani cleared of honeymoon murder in South Africa

Shrien Dewani cleared of honeymoon murder in South Africa

08 Dec 2014

Cape Town: British-Indian millionaire Shrien Dewani, accused of hiring hitmen to kill his Indo-Swedish bride during their honeymoon here in 2010, was acquitted today by a South African court that dismissed the case against him, ending a four-year-long dramatic murder saga.

British-Indian,   Shrien Dewani,   Hitmen,   Indo-Swedish bride,   Honeymoon,   South African court,  

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