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IS could come to streets of Britain, warns Cameron

BRITAIN must use all of its "military prowess" to halt the advance of Islamic State fighters coming into the country, Prime Minister David Cameron warned. But the Conservative Party leader said he did not think British troops should be deployed in Iraq, and that he would consider working with Iran to combat the jihadist threat. Writing in the Sund...

Monsoon floods hit Uttar Pradesh, 1,500 villages under water

FLOODS triggered by heavy rains in the Himalayas have inundated nearly 1,500 villages in Uttar Pradesh, killing at least 28 people and leaving thousands homeless, officials said on Sunday (August 17).   Thousands were marooned in villages More News »

Demonstrators trash Tesco during Gaza protest

DEMONSTRATORS attacked Police officers and threw down stock at a Tesco store during a protest against the Gaza conflict. Around 100 protestors gathered outside Tesco in Hodge Hill, Birmingham demanding the supermarket stop selling Is More News »

Survivors from Indian subcontinent found in container at UK

ONE man was found dead and 34 others still alive in a shipping container on Saturday (16) after staff at a British port heard banging and screaming coming from inside. The men, women and children, all believed to be from the Indian subcontinen More News »

PM Modi slams rape shame, communal violence

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi condemned a spate of rapes as a source of shame for India and urged an end to communal violence on Friday (August 15) as he vowed to improve the lives of the nation' poor in his first Independence Day speech. More News »
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Ajmal’s action questioned again after Sri Lanka Test loss

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Indian giant out to scale NBA heights

Sim Bhullar hopes his history-making feats are just the start of a record-breaking basketball career after signing a landmark deal with the Sacramento Kings. Last month, t


Sukki Singapora: The art of burlesque

Even though burlesque has been tantalising audiences around the world for centuries, very few Asian women have taken up the performance art, which mixes up teasing sensuality,

Govinda: Back to the future

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France unveils measures to boost tourism

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New social network gives a penny for your thoughts

A NEW social network says its goal is sharing among its users - including some of the profits. Bubblews, which launched a new platform on Wednesday (July 16), aims to bri

Modi draws Twitter, Facebook deeper into government

INDIA'S new Prime Minister Narendra Modi has permitted Twitter unprecedented access to his administration in a drive to put social media at the heart of government, the US

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