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Shooting in India helps me connect with my roots, says Dev Patel

Shooting in India helps me connect with my roots, says Dev Patel

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: His brief visits to India for shooting his international movies help British actor of Indian descent Dev Patel connect to the "astounding" and "inspiring" country as well as revisit his cultural roots.

Dev Patel,   British actor,   Slumdog Millionaire,   Film shoot,   India,   ,  
<strong>British</strong> Prime Minister  vows to hunt down 'Jihadi John'

British Prime Minister vows to hunt down 'Jihadi John'

27 Feb 2015

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron vowed on Friday to use all means at his disposal to hunt down militants such as "Jihadi John" after the killer was unmasked as a Kuwaiti-born computer programming graduate from London.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   Jihadi John,   IS ,  
Killer from Islamic State beheading videos unmasked as <strong>British</strong>

Killer from Islamic State beheading videos unmasked as British

27 Feb 2015

London/Washington: The masked "Jihadi John" killer who fronted Islamic State beheading videos has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a British computer programming graduate from a well-to-do London family.

Islamic State,   IS killer,   Jihadi John,   Mohammed Emwazi,   Beatles,   IS killer John,  
RBI to soon put one rupee notes in <strong>circulation</strong> again

RBI to soon put one rupee notes in circulation again

13 Feb 2015

Mumbai: After a gap of about two decades, the RBI will again put in circulation rupee one notes soon.

RBI,   One rupee notes,   Currency notes,   Coinage Act 2011,   Reserve Bank of India,  
Snowden leak: NSA helped <strong>British</strong> steal cell phone codes

Snowden leak: NSA helped British steal cell phone codes

20 Feb 2015

Washington: Britain's electronic spying agency, working with the US National Security Agency, hacked into the networks of a Dutch company to steal codes that allow both governments to seamlessly eavesdrop on mobile phones worldwide, according to the documents given to journalists by Edward Snowden.

Edward Snowden,   Snowden leak,   NSA,   British government,   phone codes,   US security agency,  
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 ,  
Charlie Hebdo's weekly <strong>circulation</strong> tops 7 million post terror attack

Charlie Hebdo's weekly circulation tops 7 million post terror attack

24 Jan 2015

Paris: Circulation of the "survivors'" issue of Charlie Hebdo, published after a deadly attack on the French satirical weekly's Paris office, is set to top seven million, the distributor has said.

Charlie Hebdo,   Paris attack,   Charlie Hebdo circulation,   Charlie Hebdo cartoon,   Terror attack,  
<strong>British</strong> Embassy closed in Yemen, staff evacuated amid chaos

British Embassy closed in Yemen, staff evacuated amid chaos

11 Feb 2015

Sanaa: The British government says it has closed its embassy in Yemen and evacuated all its diplomatic staff amid turmoil there following Shiite rebels seizing power in the Arab world's poorest country.

British embassy,   Yemen,   British embassy in Yemen,   embassy closes,   Tobias Ellwood,  
RBS launches fingerprint technology for mobile banking app

RBS launches fingerprint technology for mobile banking app

18 Feb 2015

LONDON: Royal Bank of Scotland on Wednesday launched a new service for its RBS and NatWest customers enabling them to log on to the bank's mobile application using their fingerprints, becoming the first British bank to do so.

Royal Bank of Scotland,   RBS,   NatWest customers,   Mobile application,   Fingerprint technology,   British bank ,  
Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

12 Feb 2015

Mumbai: If the grapevine is to be believed, Emraan Hashmi will have to wait longer for the India release of his maiden international project 'Tigers'. Helmed by Oscar-winning director Danis Tanovic, the Indo-French-British film is slated to hit the theaters here next month.

Emraan Hashmi,   Tigers,   Danis Tanovic,   Indo-French-British film,   Oscar,  

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