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Greenpeace activist  Priya Pillai addresses <strong>British</strong> MPs through Skype

Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai addresses British MPs through Skype

15 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Three days after she was stopped from boarding a flight to London by immigration officials, Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai on Wednesday addressed British MPs through video conferencing and talked about the "struggle" of people of Mahan area in Madhya Pradesh.

Greenpeace activist,   Priya Pillai,   British MP,   Skype,   Parliament,   Greenpeace India,   British Parliament,   environment NGO,   environment organisation,   Airport Authority of India,  
 Dev Patel link-up reports annoy Nargis Fakhri

Dev Patel link-up reports annoy Nargis Fakhri

31 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Link-up reports have always been a part and parcel of the glamour industry. And it has now struck actress Nargis Fakhri as reports of her dating British actor of Indian descent Dev Patel have started doing the rounds.

Dev Patel,   Nargis Fakhri,   British actor,   Twitter,   Bollywood link ups,   Bollywood affairs,  
<strong>British</strong> footballer Calum Angus joins Dempo

British footballer Calum Angus joins Dempo

24 Nov 2014

Panaji: Dempo SC have roped in British stopper back and former Portsmouth Academy product Calum Angus for the upcoming season.

Dempo SC,   Calum Angus,   I-League ,  
<strong>British</strong> PM David Cameron supports Gandhi statue in London

British PM David Cameron supports Gandhi statue in London

10 Jan 2015

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has offered support to the Gandhi Statue Memorial Trust's initiative to install a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at London's prestigious Parliament Square.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   Gandhi statue,   London,   Gandhi Statue Memorial Trust,   Parliament Square,  
OMG! 20 percent <strong>British</strong> kids believe Jesus Christ is Chelsea footballer

OMG! 20 percent British kids believe Jesus Christ is Chelsea footballer

08 Jan 2015

London: A new survey has revealed that around 20 percent kids believe that Jesus is a Chelsea footballer or many other think that he is an astronaut.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre,   Survey,   Jesus Christ,   British Kids Survey,   Chelsea Footballer,   Strange News,   Weird News,  
401 scholarships for Indian students this year: <strong>British</strong> Council

401 scholarships for Indian students this year: British Council

21 Nov 2014

Lucknow: British Council on Friday announced 401 scholarships for Indian students this year as part of its Great Britain campaign.With 401 scholarships this year and over 750 in the last two years, this is the largest scholarships programme offered to Indian students.

British Council,   scholarships,   Indian students,   Great Britain campaign,   UK,   India,   Great Britain scholarships India 2015,   Gillian Caldicott,   Generation UK,  
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,  
Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

12 Feb 2015

Mumbai: If the grapevine is to be believed, Emraan Hashmi will have to wait longer for the India release of his maiden international project 'Tigers'. Helmed by Oscar-winning director Danis Tanovic, the Indo-French-British film is slated to hit the theaters here next month.

Emraan Hashmi,   Tigers,   Danis Tanovic,   Indo-French-British film,   Oscar,  
Britain gives go-ahead to test driverless cars on roads

Britain gives go-ahead to test driverless cars on roads

11 Feb 2015

LONDON: Britons will from next summer be joined on the roads by driverless cars, after the government gave the go-ahead for the vehicles to be tested on public roads in a bid to encourage companies developing the technology to invest in the country.

Driverless cars,   British government,   Driverless vehicles,   Public roads,   Driverless technology,  
Will strengthen ties with India if voted to power: David Cameron

Will strengthen ties with India if voted to power: David Cameron

10 Jan 2015

London: Describing India as one of the rising powers of the world, British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the next stage in bilateral ties would be "very exciting" and his government will establish stronger economic relations with the country if voted back to power.

David Cameron,   British ties with India,   British Prime Minister,   PM Modi,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  

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