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Britain says Iraq war could wrap in weeks
March 24, 2003
The US-led invasion of Iraq is 'going well', but it might be weeks before the guns fall silent, a junior British defence ...
Britain moots tougher English test for new immigrants
July 9, 2004
New migrants will have to meet a defined minimum standard of English or take a compulsory course of the language and cit ...
Britain starts scaling back Gulf forces
April 11, 2003
is beginning to scale back its military deployment in the Gulf by bringing back warships, planes, helicopters an ...
Churchill wished Hitler in electric chair
January 1, 2006
's wartime PM also felt strongly that senior Nazis should be summarily executed, rather than put on trial.
'Blair needs to distance himself from Bush'
April 16, 2003
Prime Minister Blair must start to distance himself from President Bush if he wants
to have a real voice in Euro ...
Indian call centre workers are better: UK Rail Enquiry CEO
November 13, 2003
Soggins said Indians are better than UK workers, writes Vijay Dutt.
More Lloyds TSB jobs may come to India
January 11, 2004
Up to 700 Lloyds TSB jobs in
's Essex county are likely to be exported to India.
BT cuts broadband Internet prices
April 4, 2003
's BT Group slashed the broadband charges for home users to 13 pounds/month from 14.75 pounds and for small busin ...
UK, India face far-reaching changes: Ex-NI secy
December 24, 2003
Peter Mandelson, at a meet attended by Arun Jaitley, said both nations have the responsibility of "preparing people for ...
Britain calls Vajpayee's China visit a 'landmark'
June 26, 2003
British Ambassador to China Sir Christopher Hum said it would pave the way for increased trade ties between the two coun ...
Britain gears up for annual outbreak of Henmania
June 22, 2003
It has become as much a part of a British sporting summer as fruit-laden hats at Royal Ascot: Tim Henman raising hopes o ...
Secret team looks for WMDs
April 13, 2003
and the US have bypassed the UN to set up a secret team to search for weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) in Iraq ...
'Iraq torches 30 oil wells'
March 21, 2003
As many as 30 oil wells in Iraq have been set on fire by Iraqi forces, said Kuwaiti officials.
Creator of Dolly permitted to work on human eggs
July 1, 2003
A licence to work with human eggs in an experiment that prepares the way for the first human cloning in
has been ...
Britain to reduce military presence in Gulf
April 11, 2003
Some British naval and air forces will soon leave the Gulf region after completing their missions in Iraq, with the firs ...
Movie review: Manmohan Desai goes the Hollywood way in Happy New Year
Gangs of Wasseypur: Jailed warlord controlling crime empire via mobile phone
In pics: Celebrating the Festival of Lights
Medical breakthrough: Australian doctors transplant 'dead' hearts
Mary Kom makes a clean sweep, joins Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Delhi: Daughter of DPS principal found dead
Narendra Modi to attend Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan’s wedding?
Movie review: Kaththi's masala moments will keep Vijay's fans glued to the screen
Bangalore: Child sexually abused in school
Modi's big bang reforms coming post Diwali
Shiv Sena MPs to attend PM's high tea, Uddhav not going
Sonia, Rahul should speak more; reorganise Congress: Chidambaram
Burdwan bombs meant for Bangladesh, says NIA
Modi’s flood-relief package draws flak from Kashmir political parties
Suicide bomber threat to AI flights, 4 airports on alert
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