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David Cameron to visit Kolkata on 14th November

David Cameron to visit Kolkata on 14th November

13 Nov 2013

Kolkata: British Prime Minister David Cameron will pay a short visit to the metropolis on November 14 amidst speculation on whether he would meet West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

David Cameron,   British PM,   British Prime Minister,   Kolkata,   Mamata Banerjee,  
Limit fruit juice once a day to control sugar

Limit fruit juice once a day to control sugar

16 May 2014

London: Love fruit juice daily in the morning? Limit the glass to once a day because of its high sugar content, researchers from the British government's 'National Diet and Nutrition Survey' have warned.

Limit fruit juice,   National Diet,   Nutrition Survey,   Public Health England,   Alison Tedstone,   coronary heart disease,   type 2 diabetes,   Simon Gillespie,   British Heart Foundation,   ,  
Mammograms may not reduce breast cancer deaths: Study

Mammograms may not reduce breast cancer deaths: Study

13 Feb 2014

Toronto: In a significant study, Canadian researchers have found that yearly mammograms in middle-aged women do not reduce breast cancer deaths but these tests are essentially as good as physical examination alone.

Mammography,   Breast cancer,   New study,   routine mammography,   British Medical Journal (BMJ),   ,  
Germany asks <strong>British</strong> ambassador to explain spying report

Germany asks British ambassador to explain spying report

06 Nov 2013

Berlin: Germany on Tuesday asked the British ambassador to come to the Foreign Ministry to discuss a newspaper report that a covert spying station was operating in Berlin with hi-tech equipment mounted on the embassy roof.

Germany,   British ambassador,   spying,   Edward Snowden,   David Cameron,  
Pam Chopra to attend Yash Chopra tribute at London fest

Pam Chopra to attend Yash Chopra tribute at London fest

15 May 2014

New Delhi: Pam Chopra will attend an event dedicated the work and life of her late husband and veteran Hindi filmmaker Yash Chopra at the 16th annual Tongues on Fire London Asian Film Festival.

Pam Chopra,   Yash Chopra,   Fire London Asian Film Festival,   London's School of Oriental and African Studies,   Anupam Kher,   British Academy of Film and Television Arts in London,   Rachel Dwyer,   ,  
Wardrobing becomes popular among <strong>British</strong> women

Wardrobing becomes popular among British women

05 Nov 2013

London: One in six British women has indulged in wardrobing, the practice of purchasing an item, wearing it with the tag in and then returning it to the store for a refund, according to a study.

Wardrobing,   wardrobing in British women,   women admit wardrobing,   women wardrobing,   wardrobing common habit,   ,  
<strong>British</strong> designer Gareth Pugh wants to dress SRK

British designer Gareth Pugh wants to dress SRK

28 Oct 2013

New Delhi: British designer Gareth Pugh fell in love with the ‘chaos’ and ‘vibrancy’ of India during his maiden trip and counts the experience as one of the ‘incredible’ ones. Pugh, who has designed for Kylie Minogue and Lady Gaga, now wants to see Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan in one of his outfits.

Gareth Pugh,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Pugh wants to design for SRK,   Gareth Pugh visit to India,   Gareth Pugh’s interview ,  
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,  
Virgin Atlantic scraps Australia service

Virgin Atlantic scraps Australia service

05 Feb 2014

Melbourne: British billionaire Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic on Wednesday said it will wind up its sole Australia service, citing increasing costs and weak revenues.

Virgin,   Richard Branson's,   Craig Kreeger,   Age newspaper,   British airline,  
<strong>British</strong>, Danish PMs laugh off 'selfie' at Mandela memorial

British, Danish PMs laugh off 'selfie' at Mandela memorial

12 Dec 2013

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Danish counterpart Helle Thorning-Schmidt on Wednesday laughed off criticism that they had acted inappropriately by posing for a mobile phone ‘selfie’ with US President Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela's memorial service.

David Cameron,   barack obama,   selfie,   Helle Thorning-Schmidt,   mandela memorial,  

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