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Mark Thatcher admits coup role

Sir Mark Thatcher, son of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, pleaded guilty Thursday to helping to finance unknowingly an alleged coup plot in oil-rich Equatorial Guinea, for which he......

'Thatcher son was planning to flee South Africa'

Mark Thatcher, multi-millionaire businessman and son of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, had planned to flee South Africa shortly before he was arrested on charges of being involved......

Thatcher's son held for coup bid

Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher's son Mark was arrested in Cape Town Wednesday on suspicion of involvement in a coup plot in Equatorial Guinea, report agencies. Sipho Ngwema, the......

Is 'Saheb' watching his ministers?

'The purported jitters of the ministers under Modi, the intriguing part is that the stories churned out by the rumour mill have not so far been denied. For aught I know, they may not be true. Or,......

UK admits 'purely advisory' role in Operation Blue Star

British military's role in the 1984 Operation Blue Star to flush out militants from the Golden Temple was "limited" and "purely advisory", Foreign Secretary William Hague told the British......

Modi's search for an economic ideology

On key issues of privatisation and subsidy reform, the government missed the opportunity to articulate a position that would mark a significant departure from the past, says Ishan Kumar Bakshi .......

Don't leave finance to the financiers

Finance, in the modern world, has become too important to be left to mere accountants, auditors and MBAs, notes Ajit Balakrishnan. What caused the credit crisis of the summer of 2008 when the world......

Why US doctors want Indian drugs to be banned

In this final part of the three-part series on America's war on substandard Indian generic drugs, Aziz Haniffa speaks about US doctors' contempt for drugs exported from India and the ineptitude of......

Queen Victoria's bloomers sell for 360 pounds at auction

A pair of Queen Victoria's 38 inch linen bloomers have fetched 360 pounds in an auction of royal memorabilia in Essex.The item, among 150 lots which were on sale in Colchester, was sold to a......

What Gandhi and Jobs had in common

The icons from two different eras had an intuitive sense of what it took to strike a chord with the masses. In their book The Hero and the Outlaw, Carol Pearson and Margaret Mark define the......

Lincoln leads BAFTA 2013 nominees

Steven Spielberg's Lincoln dominates the 2013 nominations for the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The American historical drama film earned 10 nominations including Best Film, Best Actor for......

Review: The Iron Lady works because of Meryl Streep

The Iron Lady is much too lethargic to create the complexity of Margaret Thatcher's supremacy or match the aura of Meryl Streep's ambitions, writes Sukanya Verma. It was in a Linda Goodman book......

Globe-winning films will now score at box office

The films that won major awards at the 69th Golden Globes will see a marked increased in their box office collections. Even the most cynical of the moviegoers who think they have seen everything......

Loved The Notebook? Here's more!

Some of the biggest hits in Hollywood are films which have been adapted from novels. Gone With The Wind, an all-time favourite with movie buffs even today was adapted from Margaret Mitchell's......

'I would not choose a boy according to his Raashee'

Priyanka Chopra has had three back-to-back hits -- Fashion, Dostana and Kaminey -- and she is obviously enjoying her time in the sun. Her next film, What's Your Raashee, sees her don 12......

World Cup diary: Dhoni-Kohli bonhomie

Virat Kohli (left) with Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Photograph: Solaris Images There was lot of speculation about the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-Virat Kohli relationship. But if you walked in to the Hotel......

Wozniacki feels 'cursed' at Melbourne Park

‘I think it's a curse I've gotten here. I've made semis, then quarters (2012), then fourth round (2013), then third round (2014), this year second round’ ‘A loss is a loss. All......

Australian Open PHOTOS: Djokovic, Wawrinka, Serena march forth

Images from the Australian Open matches played at Melbourne Park on Thursday. Novak Djokovic of Serbia plays a backhand in his second round match against Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia during the 2015......

Recovering Nadal tries his hand at 'disco' tennis

Rafael Nadal of Spain hits the ball between his legs in his match against Fernando Verdasco of Spain. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images King of Clay Rafael Nadal was reportedly happy to be on......

Sports Shorts: Olympic champ Phelps suspended for six months

Michael Phelps of the United States. Photograph: Sean Kilpatrick / AP Photo / The Canadian Press/File photo American swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was suspended......
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Seven interpretations of Memory — photography exhibition at Oxford's Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital

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