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  • Julian Assange's Secret Escape Plan Made Public

    Julian Assange's Secret Escape Plan Made Public

    Ecuadorian officials considered to smuggle out Julian Assange from their London embassy in a diplomatic bag, wearing a fancy dress disguise, in one the many bizarre plots drawn up to evade arrest of the WikiLeaks founder hiding inside the building for over three years now.

  • He Can Sing in 23 Different Voices, From Bruce Springsteen to Sam Smith

    He Can Sing in 23 Different Voices, From Bruce Springsteen to Sam Smith

    All of us bathroom singers turn into our favourite pop stars in the shower, belting out their numbers just the way they do, assuming (of course) that we're nailing every note. But while we probably don't sound even remotely like the artists we mimic, Joel "Roomie" Berghult certainly does!

  • MS Dhoni, Virender Sehwag to be Part of Charity Match in London

    MS Dhoni, Virender Sehwag to be Part of Charity Match in London

    MS Dhoni and Virender Sehwag will be sharing the dressing room with Pakistan's Shahid Afridi and South African ace Herschelle Gibbs of the team named Help for Heroes XI captained by England Director of Cricket Andrew Strauss.

  • Hansal Mehta's Aligarh to Screen at London Film Fest

    Hansal Mehta's Aligarh to Screen at London Film Fest

    Aligarh will be a part of the Festival's Debate strand - 'Riveting films that amplify, scrutinise and surprise'. "I am touched and very grateful that BFI has positioned Aligarh in such a relevant discussion," said director Hansal Mehta

  • Champagne Cork Forces Plane to Make Emergency Landing

    Champagne Cork Forces Plane to Make Emergency Landing

    High spirits of passengers on board a Turkey-bound plane from London soon ran out of fizz when the aircraft had to make an emergency landing in Italy after being damaged by a popping champagne cork.

  • Oliver Sacks, Neurologist and Author Who Explored the Brain's Quirks, Dies at 82

    Oliver Sacks, Neurologist and Author Who Explored the Brain's Quirks, Dies at 82

    Oliver Sacks, the neurologist and acclaimed author who explored some of the brain's strangest pathways using his patients' disorders as starting points for eloquent meditations on consciousness and the human condition, died Sunday.

  • Mo Farah One of the Greatest Athletes Ever, Says Sebastian Coe

    Mo Farah One of the Greatest Athletes Ever, Says Sebastian Coe

    Mo Farah became the first man to pull off a triple-double" of distance titles at consecutive world championships and the London Olympics after winning 5,000 and 10,000 metres gold in Beijing over the past week.

  • Best World Athletics Championships Ever, Feels IAAF Chief Sebastian Coe

    Best World Athletics Championships Ever, Feels IAAF Chief Sebastian Coe

    Sebastian Coe, a former Conservative Party lawmaker and a member of the House of Lords, a two-time Olympic 1,500 metres champion and chief organiser of the 2012 London Olympics, beat Ukrainian pole vault great Sergei Bubka to be elected as the new president ahead of the Beijing Worlds.

  • Karan Johar to Start Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Shoot, He's 'Nervous'

    Karan Johar to Start Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Shoot, He's 'Nervous'

    Karan Johar will direct a film after a hiatus of three years and he shared on microblogging site Twitter that he is "Anxious, nervous and excited". A part of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, will be shot in London

  • Maharashtra Government Buys BR Ambedkar's London Home For Rs 35 Crore

    Maharashtra Government Buys BR Ambedkar's London Home For Rs 35 Crore

    A house on King Henry road in London would be the last thing an owner would want to part with. But to make the three-storey bungalow where Dalit icon and architect of Indian Constitution Babasaheb Ambedkar lived as a student in the 1920s, as their own, the Maharashtra government had to do some hard bargaining. For Rs 35 crore, the state government ...

  • BR Ambedkar's London Home to be Turned Into Memorial

    BR Ambedkar's London Home to be Turned Into Memorial

    Dr BR Ambedkar will be the first Indian to have an entire home dedicated to his memory in London after India sealed a 3.1-million deal to acquire a bungalow where the Dalit icon and architect of Indian Constitution lived as a student in the 1920s.

  • Wild Week for Global Markets Set to End with Whimper

    Wild Week for Global Markets Set to End with Whimper

    The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index was down 0.5 percent at 0929 GMT, with benchmark indexes in London, Paris and Frankfurt down 0.1 to 0.7 percent.

  • Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Are House-Hunting in London

    Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Are House-Hunting in London

    Angelina and Brad reportedly travelled around a mansion worth $39 million, in Westminster in June. However, they haven't purchased it yet. "It's a huge investment. Neither of them want to throw down that amount of cash," said the source

  • Brendan Taylor Found Sleeping in Car by Police

    Brendan Taylor Found Sleeping in Car by Police

    Brendan Taylor was partying on Thursday night as his side Nottinghamshire progressed to the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup and then he landed up in the car.

  • India Most Common Country of Birth for UK Migrants: Report

    India Most Common Country of Birth for UK Migrants: Report

    India is the most common country of birth for migrants born outside the UK with 7,93,000 India-born UK residents recorded over the last year, an official report said in London on thursday.

  • PV Sindhu Aims to Improve World Ranking

    PV Sindhu Aims to Improve World Ranking

    Double World Championships bronze medallist PV Sindhu registered one of the biggest wins of her career when she ousted London Olympics champion Li Xuerui of China to enter the quarterfinal in this year's edition at Jakarta.

  • Sidharth Malhotra: Eager to Begin Shooting For Kal Jisne Dekha

    Sidharth Malhotra: Eager to Begin Shooting For Kal Jisne Dekha

    "We begin shooting for Nitya's film from September 1 in London, where we will be shooting a major chunk of the film, amongst other international locations. It is a very exciting script and I'm eager to begin the shoot," said Sidharth

  • Make Economy Transparent, Currency Market-Driven: US to China

    Make Economy Transparent, Currency Market-Driven: US to China

    Stocks from London to Paris to New York all bled, as global shares went into a tailspin yesterday, with European and US stocks tumbling as concerns over Chinese economy rattled investors worldwide.

  • Yogeshwar Dutt Wants to Boost Stamina, Experiment Ahead of Olympics

    Yogeshwar Dutt Wants to Boost Stamina, Experiment Ahead of Olympics

    London Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt will be India's best bet at the September 7-12 World Championship in Las Vegas, USA, which will also double up as the first qualification event for the 2016 Olympics.

  • Maharashtra to Buy Ambedkar's London House in 15 Days: State Social Justice Minister

    Maharashtra to Buy Ambedkar's London House in 15 Days: State Social Justice Minister

    The Maharashtra Government is all set to acquire the ownership of the three-storey bungalow in London, where Dalit icon and architect of Indian Constitution Babasaheb Ambedkar lived as a student in the 1920s, within 15 days.

  • Katrina Kaif: Rishi Kapoor is a Living Legend

    Katrina Kaif: Rishi Kapoor is a Living Legend

    "I have worked with Rishiji (Rishi Kapoor) in Namastey London and he was super kind to me. I think he is a wonderful, fascinating, eccentric, person. He is a living legend and I feel happy when I see him," Katrina said

  • It's a Strange World, After All

    It's a Strange World, After All

    Visitors to -Dismaland,- a satirical take on a theme park created by the artist Banksy, features grumpy guards, funereal theme park games and works by about 60 artists.

  • The Ashes: England Future Excites Alastair Cook

    The Ashes: England Future Excites Alastair Cook

    The Ashes ended on a disappointing note for England as Australia won the fifth and final Test by an innings and 46 runs on the fourth day at The Oval on Sunday but Alastair Cook felt there will be some good moments from his team in the future.

  • British Hostage Rescued in Yemen Operation: Foreign Office

    British Hostage Rescued in Yemen Operation: Foreign Office

    A British hostage has been freed in Yemen following an operation by United Arab Emirates forces, the Foreign Office in London announced Sunday.

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