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David Cameron to woo Narendra Modi

London: Britain  favours closer engagement with Gujarat and its CM Narendra Modi to realise the country’s wide-ranging objectives in the state, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.“In the last 12 m

Syrian Finance Minister welcomes Russia's chemical arms handover initiative

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Moscow: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's Foreign Minister on Monday welcomed Russia's proposal that Damascus hand over control of its chemical weapons arsenal to international supervision to avoid

US to take military action against Syrian regime: Obama

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Washington: US President Barack Obama on Saturday announced his decision to take military action against the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons.
Though he announc

UK probe urges new laws for ‘rogue’ press

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Britain should introduce the first press law since the 17th century to rein-in an 'outrageous' press that had 'wreaked havoc' in the lives of innocent people, a major inquiry set up after the phone-ha

Cameron not in favour of curbing freedom of British press


British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday indicated he would reject a senior judge's recommendations for new laws to control the country's press despite the publication of a damning report.

Rebekah Brooks, Coulson face bribery charges in Britain

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British prosecutors charged ex-News International chief Rebekah Brooks and the prime minister's former spokesman Andy Coulson on Tuesday with paying bribes for information on the royal family and the

Cameron ‘perfectly happy’ over publishing of ‘cozy’ Rebekah Brooks texts

British Prime Minister David Cameron has indicated he is ‘perfectly happy’ over the fact that the text messages and emails exchanged between him and former News International chief Rebekah Brooks were

Grant Assad safe passage: Cameron

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British Prime Minister David Cameron suggested on Tuesday that Syria’s president Bashar Assad could be allowed safe passage out of the country if that option would guarantee an end to the nation’s civ

British PM reshuffles ailing government


British Prime Minister David Cameron reshuffled his ailing coalition government on Tuesday, but unpopular finance minister George Osborne was expected to keep his job.

In his first such move since th

Ire at Cameron's remark on 'Indian dance'


Flush with pride at Team GB winning a record number of medals at the ongoing Olympics, Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday claimed that schools were spending two hours on 'Indian dance' rather than

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