How luxurious hotels in India provides global figures a peaceful sleep without a worry
Important as the obvious indulgences are, the real joys of living in a space like this are softer, under-the radar, luxuries such as rare photos of the Tata family from the late 19th century in the intimate study.
Queen Elizabeth II to step down as patron of 25 charities
The Queen's husband Prince Philip, 95, had stepped away from a number of charities ...
Commonwealth summit kicks off amid unprecedented security
"We live in a time when young people within our Commonwealth are attracted to join ...
Scotland want Queen's name scrapped from hospital with socialist Mary Barbour
Known as the South Glasgow University Hospital, the name of the hospital was changed after the monarch officially opened it with Prince Philip.
Britain seeks 'enhanced partnership' with India
Britain has singled out India alongside China for an "enhanced partnership" as part of the foreign policy priorities for the country's first Conservative-only government in nearly two decades.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II seeks 'enhanced partnership' with India
Queen's speech marked the state opening of Parliament yesterday.Queen Elizabeth II singled out India alongside China for an enhanced partnership.
New portrait of Queen Elizabeth to appear on coins next year
The new portrait of the 88-year-old British monarch will be chosen in a closed competition run by the Royal Mint Advisory Committee, the BBC reported.
London fire: Firefighters douse blaze, 17 killed
Firefighters worked through the night to dampen the fire -- with flames still visible, more than 24 hours after the blaze began.
Prince Philip’s prescriptions belie our netas’ never-say-die spirit.
Five stories that have influenced Pavan Choudhary, CEO of Vygon
Since I started my corporate career, I wanted to develop a system which could make the good man win. Let me narrate five stories, which are like milestones, in this journey I have undertaken.
Idiot box irritates
To operate a TV set, you practically have to make love to the thing.
Jallianwala Bagh killings deeply shameful: Cameron
British PM David Cameron described the killing of peaceful protesters in Jallianwala Bagh during British rule as "deeply shameful".
Wanted: A housekeeper for British Queen!
The successful candidate for 14,200 pounds-a-year post will be "committed to achieving exceptional standards of service provision", the 'Daily Mail' reported.
David Cameron pays obeisance at Golden Temple
Forces in plainclothes have also been deployed at numerous points in the city as part of beefed up security arrangements, police sources said.
7.0 magnitude disaster hits Haiti
Hundreds of people were feared dead on Wednesday in Haiti after a major earthquake hit the impoverished Caribbean nation. The 7.0 magnitude quake is thought to be the worst in two centuries.
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