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Most <strong>British</strong> women wish to be wrinkle free: Study

Most British women wish to be wrinkle free: Study

09 Oct 2013

London: A majority of British women want to maintain youthful look, says a study.

British women,   wrinkle free,   youthful look,   Dark eye circles,   beauty routine,  
  Money and parenting don't gel well: Research

Money and parenting don't gel well: Research

15 Feb 2014

Toronto: Don't call your investment banker to pick up the best stocks of the day or make a business call while attending your children, as merely thinking about money diminishes the soul meaning of parenting, shows new research.

money and parent relationship,   University of British Columbia,   parenting issues,   tenets to be taken care of by the parents,  
 Satellite can count whales soon

Satellite can count whales soon

13 Feb 2014

London: Marine mammals are extremely difficult to count on a large scale and through traditional methods. Here comes a new satellite technology that can be used to count whales, and ultimately estimate their population size.

Marine mammals,   British Antarctic Survey,   methods of counting whales,   new satellite technology ,  
Sri Lanka rejects controversial war video by <strong>British</strong> media

Sri Lanka rejects controversial war video by British media

04 Nov 2013

Colombo: The Sri Lankan military on Sunday rejected a new video released by a British television channel which accuses the army of committing war crimes.

Sri Lankan military,   war crimes,   controversial war video,   Tamil Tiger rebels,   Vellupillai Prabakaran,  
Probe Britain's role in Bluestar, say Sikh groups

Probe Britain's role in Bluestar, say Sikh groups

21 Feb 2014

London: Two Sikh groups in Britain have demanded a full inquiry into the extent of Britain's involvement in the Indian military operation in Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984.

Sikh groups in Britain,   Indian military operation in Golden Temple in Amritsar,   operation blue star,   British Sikh Council,   Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood,  
Queen Elizabeth II down to her last million; palaces crumbling

Queen Elizabeth II down to her last million; palaces crumbling

29 Jan 2014

London: Queen Elizabeth II's household finances are at a "historic low" with just 1 million pounds left in reserve, even as the royal palaces were "crumbling" and in urgent need of repair.

Queen Elizabeth II,   Britain royal palaces,   British Treasury,   Margaret Hodge,   Buckingham Palace,   Windsor Castle,  
<strong>British</strong> economy getting back to track, say economists

British economy getting back to track, say economists

07 Sep 2013

London: The British economic recovery is now moving at a robust pace equivalent to about 3 percent growth per annum, according to economists at the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR).

British economy,   Economic slowdown,   National Institute for Economic and Social Research,   British GDP,  
<strong>British</strong> Parliament rejects military action in Syria

British Parliament rejects military action in Syria

30 Aug 2013

London: British lawmakers have voted against military action in Syria in a stunning defeat for Prime Minister David Cameron.

British Parliament,   military action in Syria,   Syria unrest,   David Cameron,   House of Commons,  
<strong>British</strong> tuberculosis rates among highest in Western Europe

British tuberculosis rates among highest in Western Europe

21 Aug 2013

London: Rates of tuberculosis (TB) in Britain are among the highest in western Europe and London is struggling to shed its status as the "TB capital" of the region, according to data released on Wednesday.

TB,   Tuberculosis,   Western Europe,   TB in western Europe,   TB infections,   latest news,  
<strong>British</strong> government defends detention of Snowden journalist's partner

British government defends detention of Snowden journalist's partner

21 Aug 2013

LONDON: The British government, accused of abusing media freedom, said on Tuesday police were right to detain a journalist's partner if they thought lives might be at risk from data he was carrying from fugitive U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.

British government,   Edward Snowden,   Snowden partner,   Glenn Greenwald,   David Miranda,   Latest news,  

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