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Indian women should be experimental, says <strong>British</strong> hair expert

Indian women should be experimental, says British hair expert

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The soaring temperature calls for new hair styles and British hair expert Bill Watson suggests Indian women need to be more experimental with cuts and colours.

new hair styles ,   British hair expert Bill Watson,   Shades of pink,   International Artistic Designer,   Toni&Guy,   natural look for summer season,   ,  
<strong>British</strong> envoy visits Nagpur to 'experience' Indian elections

British envoy visits Nagpur to 'experience' Indian elections

10 Apr 2014

Nagpur: British High Commissioner Sir James David Bevan on Thursday visited Nagpur to witness the polling process in Naxal-hit Vidarbha region during the first phase of Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra.

British envoy visits Nagpur,   Sir James David Bevan,   British High Commissioner in India,   Nagpur elections,   Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra,  
Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

15 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Researchers at University of British Columbia, Canada, are programming robots to communicate with people using human-like body language and cues.

Robots,   University of British Columbia,   robot interaction,   robot’s interaction with humans,   programming robots,   ,  
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.

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 Indian doctors lose legal battle against UK medical body

Indian doctors lose legal battle against UK medical body

11 Apr 2014

London: Indian-origin doctors in UK lost a discrimination appeal against the country's medical examination authority.

Indian doctors,   Indian doctors in UK,   Indian doctors in Britain,   UK medical body,   British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin,   BAPIO ,  
Obama calls <strong>British</strong> PM over Ukrainian issue

Obama calls British PM over Ukrainian issue

06 Mar 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has called British Prime Minister David Cameroon to consult on the unfolding developments in Ukraine as both the sides have agreed that Russia's action violated Ukrainian sovereignty.

Barack Obama,   British PM,   Ukrainian issue,   Ukrainian crisis,   Ukrainian unrest,   Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe,  
 Sri Lanka slams <strong>British</strong> TV channel for war crimes documentary

Sri Lanka slams British TV channel for war crimes documentary

11 Mar 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka has slammed what it termed as an attempt by a British channel to denigrate Colombo ahead of the voting on a US-sponsored resolution in UNHRC over alleged rights abuses during the war with LTTE.

Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka warcrimes,   war crimes documentary,   film on Bird flu,   LTTE,   war crime in Lanka ,  
MHA accuses Vodafone of secretly sharing data with <strong>British</strong> agency

MHA accuses Vodafone of secretly sharing data with British agency

11 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Major telecom player Vodafone has been accused by the Union Home Ministry of secretly sharing subscriber data with a British intelligence and security organisation, a charge denied by the company.

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Can't blame us for hockey player Harbir Singh Sandhu's case, says IOA

Can't blame us for hockey player Harbir Singh Sandhu's case, says IOA

25 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has said it would write to 2014 Commonwealth Games organisers and the British High Commission here to furnish the reasons for refusal of accreditation to hockey player Harbir Singh Sandhu but insisted it cannot be blamed for the incident.

Harbir Singh Sandhu,   IOA,   Indian Olympic Association,   2014 Commonwealth Games,   British High Commission,   2014 Glasgow Games,  
<strong>British</strong> Airways chief calls on UK to sort out visa system

British Airways chief calls on UK to sort out visa system

01 Mar 2014

London: British Airways chief Willie Walsh on Friday called on UK government to change its immigration rules to ensure Asian tourists are not put off from coming to the country.

British Airways,   UK,   visa system,   British Airways visa,   Willie Walsh,   ,  

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