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Britain mulls ban on smartphones, iPads in classrooms

Britain mulls ban on smartphones, iPads in classrooms

15 Sep 2015

London: With an aim to cutting down on technology use in classrooms, the British government has appointed government expert and former teacher Tom Bennett to review the impact of tablets and smartphones on school children.

Technology,   Classrooms,   British government,   Tom Bennett,   Tablets,   Smartphones,   School children,  
<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,  
IS beheads <strong>British</strong> hostage in latest video

IS beheads British hostage in latest video

04 Oct 2014

Cairo: The Islamic State (IS) Sunni radical group on Friday claimed responsibility of beheading British aid worker Alan Henning in an online video. In the one-minute video clip titled "Another Message to America and its Allies", roughly the same as those released after three previous murders, a masked IS militant also introduced another hostage it identified as a US aid worker Peter Kassig, news agency reported.

IS beheading,   British hostage,   latest video,   ISIL,   Alan Henning,  
<strong>British</strong> leaders greet India on 66th Republic Day

British leaders greet India on 66th Republic Day

25 Jan 2015

London: British leaders cutting across party lines on Sunday greeted India on its 66th Republic Day with Prime Minister David Cameron describing the day as an important milestone which reflects the enduring and special relationship between the two nations.

British leaders,   India,   66th Republic Day,   Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   PM Modi,   Mahatma Gandhi ,  
Virat Kohli named sixth most marketable athlete by <strong>British</strong> magazine

Virat Kohli named sixth most marketable athlete by British magazine

21 May 2015

London: British Sports business magazine 'SportsPro' has named Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli as the six most marketable athlete of this year ahead of the likes of sprint king Usain Bolt and football superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

British Sports business magazine,   Indian cricket captain,   Virat Kohli,   Usain Bolt,   Lionel Messi,   Cristiano Ronaldo,   Latest 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,  
<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,  
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,  
Chris Cairns cleared of match-fixing perjury charges

Chris Cairns cleared of match-fixing perjury charges

30 Nov 2015

London: A British jury today cleared former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns of perjury charges over match-fixing in Test cricket.

British jury,   Former New Zealand cricket captain,   Chris Cairns,   match fixing in Test cricket,   Latest News,  
<strong>British</strong> polls: Conservatives defy forecasts; David Cameron set to return as PM

British polls: Conservatives defy forecasts; David Cameron set to return as PM

08 May 2015

London: Prime Minister David Cameron won a stunning election victory in Britain, confounding poll predictions that the vote would be the closest in decades to sweep into office for another five years with a clear majority and his Labour opponents in tatters.

David Cameron,   Conservative Party,   Ed Miliband,   Labour party,   UK polls,   General elections,   latest world news ,  

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