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Bengaluru techie Masroor's 60 percent followers are non-<strong>Muslims</strong>: Government

Bengaluru techie Masroor's 60 percent followers are non-Muslims: Government

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: More than 60 percent followers of Mehdi Masroor Biswas, the Bengaluru-based executive, who was running a pro-ISIS twitter account, were non-Muslims and a majority of his Muslim followers were from western countries,particularly the UK, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday.

Mehdi Masroor Biswas,   ISIS,   Twitter,   UK,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Lok Sabha,   Syria,   Iraq,   Afghanistan,   ,  
Donors and WHO responded too slowly to West Africa Ebola outbreak: Report

Donors and WHO responded too slowly to West Africa Ebola outbreak: Report

18 Dec 2014

Dakar: The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the nations that fund it failed to respond quickly and effectively to the deadly West Africa Ebola outbreak despite repeated warnings by aid agencies, a UK parliamentary committee said on Thursday.

World Health Organisation,   WHO,   West Africa,   Ebola,   UK parliamentary committee,  
Scotland Yard foils Sydney-style siege in <strong>UK</strong>

Scotland Yard foils Sydney-style siege in UK

17 Dec 2014

London: Britain was just "days away" from a terrorist attack similar to the recent siege in a Sydney cafe before Scotland Yard foiled it, the head of the Metropolitan Police said on Wednesday.

Britain,   Terrorist attack,   Sydney cafe,   Scotland Yard,   Metropolitan Police,  
12 percent rise in business visas to <strong>UK</strong>: Envoy

12 percent rise in business visas to UK: Envoy

17 Dec 2014

Chennai: Business visas to United Kingdom (UK) from India have risen by 12 percent in the past one year, a top British Deputy High Commission official said here on Wednesday.

business visas to UK,   United Kingdom,   British Deputy High Commission official,   India,   India-UK trade,  
BHP, BP, Santos to give up fourteen oil and gas block in India

BHP, BP, Santos to give up fourteen oil and gas block in India

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: World's largest mining company BHP Billiton, Australia's Santos and UK's BP are among the five top global energy firms that have decided to give up oil and gas acreages in India for want of defence clearances.

BHP Billiton,   Santos,   BP,   Australia,   UK,   India,   West Bengal,  
Opposition disrupts pre-noon sitting of Rajya Sabha on conversion issue

Opposition disrupts pre-noon sitting of Rajya Sabha on conversion issue

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A determined Opposition led by Congress and Samajwadi Party (SP) on Tuesday forced two adjournments in Rajya Sabha in the pre-noon session over its demand for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reply on the issue of forced conversion.

Rajya Sabha ,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Opposition,   conversion issue ,   conversion of muslims,   ,  
Rajya Sabha proceedings washed out over conversion row

Rajya Sabha proceedings washed out over conversion row

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Proceedings of the Rajya Sabha were washed out on Monday with a united opposition creating uproar over conversions and pressing for an assurance by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that such acts would not be allowed.

Rajya Sabha,   conversion issue,   Muslims converted,   Anand Sharma ,   Swachhta Divas,   ,  
More flights cancelled in <strong>UK</strong> after closure of airspace

More flights cancelled in UK after closure of airspace

13 Dec 2014

London: Several flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport for the second consecutive day on Saturday after the London's airspace was temporarily closed due to a computer failure at country's national air traffic control centre.

Flights,   Heathrow Airport,   London airspace,   Computer failure,   Air traffic,  
More flights cancelled in <strong>UK</strong> after closure of airspace

More flights cancelled in UK after closure of airspace

13 Dec 2014

London: Several flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport for the second consecutive day on Saturday after the London's airspace was temporarily closed due to a computer failure at country's national air traffic control centre.

UK flights cancelled,   airspace closure,   London's airspace closed,   air traffic control failure,   Heathrow,  
Hinduja group acquires iconic London building

Hinduja group acquires iconic London building

13 Dec 2014

London: The Hinduja Group has acquired the historic Old War Office building having around 1,100 rooms in Central London for an undisclosed sum for conversion into a 5-star hotel and residential apartments.

Hinduja group,   UK,   old war office building ,  

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