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An unknown <strong>woman</strong> is world's selfie queen

An unknown woman is world's selfie queen

21 Aug 2014

Bangkok: Do you know who the world’s selfie queen is? Forget Kim Kardashian, and rather meet a mysterious Thai woman who has posted over 12,000 selfies on various social media platforms and can be considered for the top post.

world's selfie queen,   12,  000 selfies,   social media,   Instagram,   self portraits,  
Ecuador president confirms Assange asylum

Ecuador president confirms Assange asylum

20 Aug 2014

Mexico City: Ecuador's President Rafael Correa on Wednesday confirmed his country's decision to grant political asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living at the Ecuadorian embassy in London for the past two years.

Rafael Correa,   Julian Assange,   Ecuador,   Ecuador president,   UK,   Wikileaks,   Sweden,   Ecuador embassy,   political asylum ,  
Discussing ex-beau, dress code with your man can put you in trouble

Discussing ex-beau, dress code with your man can put you in trouble

19 Aug 2014

Los Angeles: No matter how long you two have been together, when with your man you should never make references to your ex-boyfriend or tell him to open up to you, says an expert.

Ex-boyfriend,   dresscode,   Los Angeles,   woman,   girlfriend,   Los Angeles,  
World's first 'green' Hindu temple opened in United Kingdom

World's first 'green' Hindu temple opened in United Kingdom

20 Aug 2014

London: A Hindu temple, claimed to be the world's first 'eco-temple' featuring solar panels and a rainwater harvesting system, has been opened in northwest London in the UK.

Hindu Temple,   Green Hindu Temple,   Eco- Temple,   UK Eco temple,   Solar panels,   Shree Swaminarayan Mandir,   Rainwater harvesting system ,   Acharya Swamishree Maharaj,  
HSBC closes <strong>Muslim</strong> accounts in <strong>UK</strong>

HSBC closes Muslim accounts in UK

30 Jul 2014

London: In a controversial move, global private banking major HSBC has closed a number of ‘risky’ accounts belonging to Muslim groups and individuals in UK.

HSBC,   Finsbury Park,   risk appetite,   HSBC closes Muslim accounts,   Khalid Oumar ,  
70,000 people attend Europe's biggest Janmashtami celebration

70,000 people attend Europe's biggest Janmashtami celebration

18 Aug 2014

London: An estimated 70,000 people from all over UK visited the Bhaktivedanta Manor Hare Krishna Temple in Watford for Europe's biggest and most spectacular Janmashtami festival, celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna.

Janmashtami celebration,   Lord Krishna,   Janmashtami,   Indian festival,   UK,  
132 percent increase in cases of attack on women by juveniles

132 percent increase in cases of attack on women by juveniles

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Assault by juveniles on woman to outrage her modesty saw a 132 per cent increase and rapes committed by juveniles witnessed an increase of 60.3 per cent last year.

Juveniles,   assault on woman,   132 per cent increase,   rapes,   Maneka Gandhi,   Krishna Tirath,   Juvenile Justice Board,  
<strong>Woman</strong> goes under the knife to look 'selfie worthy'

Woman goes under the knife to look 'selfie worthy'

16 Aug 2014

New York: How far can you go to have a perfect selfie? For 33-year-old Christa Hendershot, it was time for going under the knife so that her engagement ring looks pretty on her hands for social media appearances.

selfie worthy,   engagement ring,   social media appearances,   social media,   selfies,   selfies trend,  
NRI lawyer appointed Chairman of ASSOCHAM's <strong>UK</strong> unit

NRI lawyer appointed Chairman of ASSOCHAM's UK unit

13 Aug 2014

London: Vijay Goel, a leading London-based lawyer, has been appointed as the Chairman of the UK's unit of ASSOCHAM.

London,   Vijay Goel,   leading London-based lawyer,   Chairman,   UK's unit of ASSOCHAM,   ASSOCHAM,  
Anti-government marches enter Pakistan's capital

Anti-government marches enter Pakistan's capital

16 Aug 2014

Islamabad: Thousands of participants in two anti-government marches arrived in Pakistani capital Islamabad late on Friday to stage a sit-in and demand the resignation of the country's Prime Minister.

Prime Minister,   Islamabad,   Pakistan,   Tahir ul Qadri,   Imran Khan,   Pakistan Muslim League,  

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