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Royal baby-Prince <strong>George</strong> celebrates his first birthday today

Royal baby-Prince George celebrates his first birthday today

22 Jul 2014

Prince George, son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, celebrated his first birthday today.

Royal baby,   Prince George,   first birthday,   Prince Williams,   Duchess of Cambridge,  
Government opposes Red <strong>Fort</strong> convict's plea against death sentence

Government opposes Red Fort convict's plea against death sentence

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government has opposed December 22, 2000 Red Fort terror attack convict Mohammad Arif's plea that his death sentence should not be carried out since he has already undergone life sentence of nearly 14 years and could not be punished twice for the same offence.

Government,   Red Fort,   Red Fort attack,   2000 Red Fort attack,   Mohammad Arif,   Red Fort attack convict,  
Demand in RS for release of scholarship funds to SC/<strong>ST</strong> students

Demand in RS for release of scholarship funds to SC/ST students

11 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A demand was made in Rajya Sabha on Friday for immediate release of funds meant for scholarships of students under Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories, saying the students were facing much hardship due to delays.

scholarship funds,   SC/ST students,   Rajya Sabha,   scholarships,   Constitution,  
Karnataka Chief Minister seen dozing off during debate on sexual offences

Karnataka Chief Minister seen dozing off during debate on sexual offences

18 Jul 2014

Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was on Friday found himself in an embarrassing spot as video footage on TV channels showed him apparently dozing off during a debate on sexual offences against women in the Legislative Assembly.

Karnataka Chief Minister,   Siddaramaiah,   Siddaramaiah seen dozing off,   Karnataka Legislative Assembly,   K J George,   sexual offences,   crime against women,   latest updates,  
Blistering Gayle hundred fires Tallawahs to victory

Blistering Gayle hundred fires Tallawahs to victory

13 Jul 2014

St. George's (Grenada): Superstar Chris Gayle smashed a sensational, unbeaten hundred to propel reigning champions Jamaica Tallawahs to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over St Lucia Zouks at the National Stadium in St. George’s on Saturday.

Chris Gayle,   Jamaica,   Caribbean Premier League,   century,   Jamaica Tallawahs,   St Lucia Zouks,  
Top UK ministers arrive, voice optimism about 'achche din'

Top UK ministers arrive, voice optimism about 'achche din'

07 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Seeking to give a fresh thrust to bilateral trade and diplomatic ties with New Delhi under the new government, two of Britain's seniormost ministers on Monday kicked off their India visit, underlining "good days are coming" for investments by the two nations in each other's economies.

William Hague,   George Osbourne,   Narendra Modi,   Raghuram Rajan,   RBI,  
Five Tamil Nadu places included in UNESCO World Heritage tentative list

Five Tamil Nadu places included in UNESCO World Heritage tentative list

15 Oct 2012

Five sites in Tamil Nadu, including famous Lord Sri Ranganathar temple in Srirangam, have been included in the tentative list by the Union Culture ministry for UNESCO's world heritage status, Union Culture Minister Kumari Selja said.

Tamil Nadu,   Lord Sri Ranganathar temple,   UNESCO,   world heritage status,   Fort St George,   Kazhugumalai rock sculptures,   Pulikat Lake,  
'On-off' switch can help coma patients recover

'On-off' switch can help coma patients recover

10 Jul 2014

New York: Do you know there is an ‘on-off’ switch in our brain that controls consciousness? Scientists have found that one point which can help coma patients regain consciousness.

coma patients,   George Washington University,   epileptic patients,   Mohamad Koubeissi,   human brain ,  
UK keen to work with Modi government: British ministers

UK keen to work with Modi government: British ministers

08 Jul 2014

New Delhi: British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Chancellor of Exchequer George Osborne on Tuesday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and conveyed the UK's keen desire to work with the new government to further deepen and expand Indo-UK ties in key areas including defence and trade.

William Hague,   George Osborne,   Narendra Modi UK,   Indo-UK ties,   David Cameron,  
Mahatma Gandhi's statue to be installed in front of British Parliament

Mahatma Gandhi's statue to be installed in front of British Parliament

08 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A statue of Mahatma Gandhi, who led India to freedom from British rule, would be installed outside the Palace of Westminster in Parliament Square in London by early next year.

Britain,   Foreign Secretary,   William Hague,   Statue,   Mahatma Gandhi,   Palace of Westminster,   Parliament Square,   George Osborne,  

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