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Shrien Dewani cleared of honeymoon murder in South Africa

Shrien Dewani cleared of honeymoon murder in South Africa

08 Dec 2014

Cape Town: British-Indian millionaire Shrien Dewani, accused of hiring hitmen to kill his Indo-Swedish bride during their honeymoon here in 2010, was acquitted today by a South African court that dismissed the case against him, ending a four-year-long dramatic murder saga.

British-Indian,   Shrien Dewani,   Hitmen,   Indo-Swedish bride,   Honeymoon,   South African court,  
Law Commission recommends repeal of 73 more obsolete statutes

Law Commission recommends repeal of 73 more obsolete statutes

03 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Identifying obsolete Acts, the Law Commission on Monday recommended repeal of 73 more statutes, including the one which prescribed punishment for those who dissuaded people from taking part in wars in which the British Empire was engaged, taking the number of such laws to 258.

Obsolete Acts,   Law Commission,   Punishment,   British Empire laws,   Indian laws,  
Germany says UK reaching 'point of no return' on European Union : report

Germany says UK reaching 'point of no return' on European Union : report

02 Nov 2014

Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned British Prime Minister David Cameron he is approaching a "point of no return" with the European Union over his immigration proposals, a report said on Sunday.

Germany,   German Chancellor,   Angela Merkel,   British Prime Minister ,  
<strong>British</strong> role in Iraq will not involve ground forces: Cameron

British role in Iraq will not involve ground forces: Cameron

18 Aug 2014

London: Britain will not send ground forces to intervene in the crisis in Iraq, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday.

David Cameron,   British Army,   Iraq war,   Iraq violence,   Mid East wars,  
Britain launches new 'Google tax' on multinationals

Britain launches new 'Google tax' on multinationals

04 Dec 2014

London: The British government slapped a new tax rate on multinational companies that seek to avoid paying their fair share to Treasury coffers.

British government,   Tax rate,   Multinational companies,   Treasury coffers,   Levy,   Google tax,   Technology firms,  
Man in PM Cameron's security breach was just jogging to gym

Man in PM Cameron's security breach was just jogging to gym

28 Oct 2014

London: A 28-year-old man, who caused a security alert after running into British Prime Minister David Cameron, has said he had "no idea" that it was the premier he had collided with and was just jogging to the gym.

London,  security alert,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   jogging,   gym,  
<strong>British</strong> Airways gives massive discount on Mumbai-London route

British Airways gives massive discount on Mumbai-London route

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: British Airways announced a flash one-day sale on Thursday, offering massive discount of up to 90 percent on return tickets between Mumbai and London to commemorate nine decades of its India operations.

British Airways,   Mumbai-London flight,   Mumbai-London flight tickets,   Flash sale,   Air tickets,  
Amitabh Bachchan pays homage to father on 107th anniversary

Amitabh Bachchan pays homage to father on 107th anniversary

28 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan paid tribute to poet father Harivansh Rai Bachchan on his 107th anniversary on Thursday, calling him a unique genius.

Amitabh Bachchan,   All India Radio,   Rajya Sabha,   House of Lords,   British Parliament,   Harivansh Rai Bachchan,  
New gas price policy inconsistent with Production Sharing Contract,says RIL's partner

New gas price policy inconsistent with Production Sharing Contract,says RIL's partner

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The lower-than-expected hike in natural gas prices is "inconsistent" with the contract that government has signed with oil and gas explorers, said London- listed Hardy Oil, which partners Reliance Industries and BP in a KG basin gas discovery block.

RIL,   British,  Russia,   Canada,  Rangarajan Committee,   Hardy Chairman,   Alasdair Locke,   DRDO,  
'Shirtfront' named Australia's word of the year

'Shirtfront' named Australia's word of the year

10 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Shirtfront - a word that rose to prominence after Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott threatened to 'shirtfront' Russian President Vladimir Putin -has been named Australia's 2014 word of the year.

Shirtfront,   Australia,   Australian Prime Minister,   Tony Abott,   Russia,   Russian President,   Vladmir Putin,   Australian National University,   ANU,   G20 Summit,   India,   IndianPrime Mininster,   Narendra Modi,   British,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,  Rugby,   Australian Football ,  

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