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Prince Charles snubs China, to skip Olympics

Britain's Prince Charles has refused to attend the Olympic Games in Beijing this summer, The Telegraph, London, has reported. The paper said the Prince of Wales made his decision known to......

British medical students leave home to treat IS wounded soldiers

Nine young British medics, including four women, who had been studying medicine in Sudan may have travelled to strife-torn Syria to work in areas controlled by dreaded Islamic State......

UK parents told to take away passports of girls at terror risk

Amid reports that three missing British Muslim schoolgirls may have crossed over to Syria to join Islamic State terrorists, parents in Britain are being asked to confiscate the passports of their......

WTF News! It's Weird, True and Funny

Here's your weekly digest of the craziest and funniest stories from around the world. Fancy a contraption to keep your breasts perky! A world-renowned plastic surgeon has invented a bra that......

'India is a semi-literate country and Chetan Bhagat is the best it can do'

Image: Chetan Bhagat, right, with television mogul Ektaa Kapoor at the launch of his new book, Half Girlfriend. 'Chetan Bhagat is not great literature. Is that like you write third rate books and......

The Apple Watch: Is it a gadget or a fashion statement?

Apple CEO Tim Cook summed up the problem during a conversation with sales staff at a London Apple Store: "We've never sold anything as a company that people could try on before." With the expected......

Sahara's Grosvenor House put on sale; may fetch Rs 5,000 cr

In a fresh twist to crisis-hit Sahara Group's efforts to raise funds, its iconic hotel property Grosvenor House, estimated to be worth over Rs 5,000 crore (Rs 50 billion), has been put on sale......

Wily tricks companies play with newspapers

Most publishing houses in India know from experience that the country's largest business houses don't think twice about blacklisting a newspaper and denying it advertising if offence has been......

Hindujas to invest $10 bn in India's infra projects

Hinduja Group is willing to invest $10 billion in unfinished power plants and infrastructure projects in India that have been languishing as non-performing assets with banks, to help bring back......

Hindujas asks UK to fund Bangalore-Mumbai Economic Corridor

Britain's richest family, the Hinduja brothers, have called on British Prime Minister David Cameron to invest in India's ambitious Bangalore-Mumbai Economic Corridor (BMEC) to be the best link......

Varma speaks her mind

It certainly was a catchy headline in London's Telegraph -- Indira Varma: From the naked to the dead.But it wasn't like Varma, who had nude scenes in Mira Nair's hit film Kama Sutra over 11 years......

Nicole: Up close and candid

In a candid interview with David Gritten of London's The Daily Telegraph, Nicole Kidman spoke freely of upcoming projects, costar Lauren Bacall, directors on her wish-list, and her new,......

Why Catherine Deneuve is shattered

Catherine Deneuve, one of the grand dames of French cinema, is 'shattered', a report in The Telegraph, London, said.In an otherwise faultless career, the 60 year-old actress, famed for her femme......

Ready for the Hobbit this week?

Bloated and overdrawn aptly describe the lavishly made prequel to Peter Jackson'sThe Lord of the Rings.Yet,The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journeycould win massive audiences worldwide thanks to its......

Freida-starrer Trishna takes a tumble in the UK

A few good reviews did not prevent the Freida Pinto-starring Trishna from turning into a flop in the UK. The movie collected a pitiable $215,000 in two weeks and could be out of the theatres in the......

Umpires appeal for new dress code

The white coat that cricket umpires wear could soon be pass in English cricket.According to The Telegraph, London, officials of the Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers are attempting to give......

Chelsea worst-behaved team; Liverpool most respectful!

Chelsea have the least respect towards match officials Chelsea is the second worst team when it comes to the behaviour of club staff on the touchline Chelsea players surround referee Roger East.......

Mourinho criticises Ballon d'Or's negative impact

FIFA Ballon d'Or nominees Lionel Messi of Argentina and FC Barcelona (L) and Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Real Madrid smile during the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala 2014. Photograph: Philipp......

Check out who is latest to enter the race for FIFA's presidency

Mino Raiola, left with Mario Balotelli. Photograph: Getty Images Another wildcard has entered the pack of candidates challenging Sepp Blatter for the presidency of FIFA in May's election -- Mino......

Soccer star Beckham and son 'shaken' after car crash

Former England international David Beckham and sons Brooklyn Beckham,left, Cruz Beckham, second right, and Romeo Beckham, right. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Retired English soccer star......
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How the media's role in influencing voters has diminished

"The British people have a lot more sense than some of these papers give them credit for," Miliband said about the media and the UK elections.... ...

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UK teachers receive extremist death threats

From Aditi Khanna London, May 4 (PTI) Teachers in the UK have said that they received death threats and intimidation from extremists, allegedly... ...

http://www.ptinews.com/news/5990534_UK-teachers-receive-extremist-death-threats-.html
Whoever triumphs in UK election, it won't be the press "wot won it"

LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid famously crowed "It was the Sun wot won it" in 1992, claiming its support had swayed 10 million... ...

http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/05/04/britain-election-media-idINKBN0NP0R020150504?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews
Mourinho joy shaded by father's illness, Ramires rushed to hospital before match

Jose Mourinho said the build-up to Chelsea's title-clinching victory over Crystal Palace had been overshadowed by his father's health problems back... ...

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Ed Miliband carves pledges in stone

London: British Labour leader Ed Miliband unveiled a 2.5 metre-stone monument engraved with his election promises on Sunday in a bid to convince... ...

http://zeenews.india.com/news/world/british-elections-ed-miliband-carves-pledges-in-stone_1589499.html

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