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<strong>British</strong> Defence Secretary to visit Delhi on 30th October

British Defence Secretary to visit Delhi on 30th October

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon will arrive here on a one-day visit on Thursday to commemorate India's contribution to World War 1, which saw the participation of over 1.1 million Indian soldiers and around 70,000 fatalities.

Michael Fallon,   British Defense Secretary,   India visit,   Indo-UK relations,  
Man in PM Cameron's security breach was just jogging to gym

Man in PM Cameron's security breach was just jogging to gym

28 Oct 2014

London: A 28-year-old man, who caused a security alert after running into British Prime Minister David Cameron, has said he had "no idea" that it was the premier he had collided with and was just jogging to the gym.

London,  security alert,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   jogging,   gym,  
DLF gets <strong>British</strong> Safety Council award for office buildings

DLF gets British Safety Council award for office buildings

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India's largest realty firm DLF has received the 'Sword of Honour' award from British Safety Council for maintaining highest safety standards in its 17 office buildings in Gurgaon.

DLF,   British Safety Council Award,   Sword of Honour,   Gurgaon,   ,  
Incursions across LoC should stop: <strong>British</strong> PM

Incursions across LoC should stop: British PM

21 Oct 2014

London : British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the incursions across the Line of Control should stop and India and Pakistan engage in talks to ease tensions.

Britain,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   LoC,   India,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan,   G-20 Summit,  
Richa Chadha's <strong>British</strong> film titled 'Bombairiya'

Richa Chadha's British film titled 'Bombairiya'

18 Oct 2014

Mumbai: 'Bombairiya' is the name of British film starring Richa Chadha and Akshay Oberoi. As the title suggests, the film is an ode to Mumbai and will be shot in the financial capital itself.

Richa Chadha,   Akshay Oberoi,   British movie,   Bombairiya,   Tamanchey,   Bollywood actress,  
Chennai in Lonely Planet 2015 list of top 10 cities to visit

Chennai in Lonely Planet 2015 list of top 10 cities to visit

22 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Chennai has been named among the top 10 cities to visit this year by a leading global travel guide with the list being topped by US' capital Washington.

Washington,   Lonely Planet 2015,   Lonely Planet's Best,   Chennai Metro Rail,   British-era fortifications,   ,  
Indian Museum to consult <strong>British</strong> know-how for spruce-up

Indian Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

17 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The 200-year-old Indian Museum, said to be the oldest in the Asia-Pacific region, is consulting experts from London's Natural History Museum (NHM) to assist in planning strategies, digitisation of the collection and developing a premier research-curation hub.

India,   Museum,   British,   London,   Artefacts,   research-curation,  
Family of <strong>British</strong> hostage Cantlie urges IS to make contact

Family of British hostage Cantlie urges IS to make contact

14 Oct 2014

London: The family of British photojournalist John Cantlie has urged his Islamic State jihadist captors to make contact with them.

ISIS,   British hostage,   John Cantlie,   Jihadi,   British photojournalist,   ,  
More <strong>British</strong> teenagers shunning TV for tablets

More British teenagers shunning TV for tablets

13 Oct 2014

London: Tablets have replaced television sets as far as British teenagers are concerned with six in 10 children using a tablet at home - a 50 percent increase from 2013, a survey found.

Teenagers,   Britain,   London,   television,   tablets,   Research,  
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 ,  

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