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Google Doodle celebrates Annie Besant's 168th birth anniversary

Google Doodle celebrates Annie Besant's 168th birth anniversary

01 Oct 2015

New Delhi: Google Doodle today celebrated British writer and women rights activist Annie Besant's 168th birth anniversary by portraying an older Besant on a chair.

Annie Besant birth anniversary,   Google Doodle Annie Besant,   British Writer Annie Besant,   Women Rights Activist Annie Besant,   Latest Business News ,  
India is on par with Britain, says David Cameron

India is on par with Britain, says David Cameron

24 Jan 2015

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has congratulated India on its 66th Republic Day and said the "rising power" was on par with its erstwhile colonial master Britain, reported Asian Lite, a newspaper for British Asians in London.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   India,   Republic Day,   British Asians,  
Britain, Iran reopen embassies in wake of nuclear deal

Britain, Iran reopen embassies in wake of nuclear deal

24 Aug 2015

Tehran: British government reopened its embassy in Tehran today in a long awaited step signaling better relations four years after a mob stormed the compound, forcing its closure.

British embassy,   Tehran,   Philip Hammond,   Mohammad Javad Zarif,   Death to England,   better relations,   latest world news,  
Indian foodies to get a taste of <strong>British</strong> curry next month

Indian foodies to get a taste of British curry next month

01 Feb 2015

London: Indian foodies can look up to an authentic British gourmet storm next month when some of UK's finest chefs set up base in Chennai and roll out 60 dishes like British Chicken Tikka Masala and Balti during a food festival that takes 'curry' back to its spiritual home.

Indian Foodies,   British Curry,   British Chicken,   Tikka Masala,   Balti,   Jalfrezi,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,  
<strong>British</strong> PM arrives in US to discuss IS, counter-terrorism

British PM arrives in US to discuss IS, counter-terrorism

16 Jan 2015

Washington: British Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived here to hold talks with US President Barack Obama on a wide range of issues, including counter- terrorism, joint campaign against IS militants and cybersecurity.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   counter-terrorism,   IS,   US President Barack Obama,  
ASI orders probe into Taj Mahal chandelier crash

ASI orders probe into Taj Mahal chandelier crash

22 Aug 2015

Agra: A 60-kg British-era copper chandelier at the main entrance of 17th century Taj Mahal crashed down recently, prompting the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to initiate a probe into the matter.

Taj Mahal,   Chandelier,   ASI,   British era chandelier,   Archaeological Survey of India,   Latest States News,  
VVIP Chopper deal: Order for Open non-bailable warrant against UK national accused

VVIP Chopper deal: Order for Open non-bailable warrant against UK national accused

24 Sep 2015

New Delhi: A Delhi court today issued an open non-bailable warrant (NBW) against British national Christian Michel James, an accused in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper deal case, after the CBI said he was required for questioning to ascertain crucial aspects in the matter.

VVIP Chopper Deal,   Christian Michel James,   British national,   non-bailable warrant,   CBI investigation in VVIP Chopper Deal,   Latest Nation News,  
 Kangana Ranaut to play Rani Laxmi Bai opposite <strong>British</strong> actor Hugh Grant

Kangana Ranaut to play Rani Laxmi Bai opposite British actor Hugh Grant

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: It seems like the popular Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is currently standing at her career's peak in the film industry. After the grand success of her super hit films like 'Queen' and 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns', the actress is all set to star opposite British actor Hugh Grant, essaying the character of Rani Laxmi Bai in an Indo-British production.

Kangana Ranaut,   Rani Laxmi Bai,   British actor,   Hugh Grant,   Rani Laxmi Bai biopic,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Briton charged for intruding into track during Singapore GP

Briton charged for intruding into track during Singapore GP

22 Sep 2015

Singapore: A British man who walked across the track during the Singapore grand prix was charged in court today for committing a “rash act” that endangered the lives of drivers.

Yogvitam Pravin Dhokia,   British man walked on F1 track,   Singapore grand prix,   rash act,   F1 drivers,   Latest News,  
Labour starts campaign after <strong>British</strong> election TV contest

Labour starts campaign after British election TV contest

27 Mar 2015

London: Neither David Cameron nor his rival Ed Miliband landed a knockout blow during the first TV contest of Britain's election race, experts said on Friday, as the centre-left opposition prepared to launch its campaign.

Labour,   Campaign,   British election,   TV contest,   David Cameron,   Ed Miliband,   Centre left opposition,  

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