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Stop calling terror group 'Islamic State': British PM David Cameron tells media

Jun 29, 2015

Stop calling terror group 'Islamic State': British PM David Cameron tells media

British Prime Minister David Cameron has called on the BBC and other media outlets to avoid using the term Islamic State in reference to the terror outfit. #World #Media #Terrorism #BBC #TheySaidIt #David Cameron #UK #ISIL #ISIS #British PM #IS
British PM David Cameron calls for dealing with Islamic State threat at 'source': The Telegraph

Jun 29, 2015

British PM David Cameron calls for dealing with Islamic State threat at 'source': The Telegraph

British Prime Minister David Cameron said that Friday's attack at a Tunisian hotel demonstrated the "level of evil" Britain is dealing with and drew parallels with previous attacks at magazine offices in Paris and in schools in Pakistan. #NewsTracker #David Cameron #Tunisia #islamic-state #ISIS #British PM #IS
It's Dalai Lama's call: Britain snubs China on Glastonbury complaint

Jun 26, 2015

It's Dalai Lama's call: Britain snubs China on Glastonbury complaint

After China complained about a Glastonbury Festival invite for the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, a British government source said on Friday his appearance was a decision for festival-goers and for the Dalai Lama. #World #China #NewsTracker #Tibet #Dalai Lama #UK #Free Tibet #British PM David Cameron #China President Xi Jinping #Glastonbury Festival
Detained Al-Jazeera journalist to remain in German custody, extradition undecided

Jun 22, 2015

Detained Al-Jazeera journalist to remain in German custody, extradition undecided

A prominent Al-Jazeera journalist will remain in German custody for a second night, prosecutors said Sunday, adding they have not yet decided whether to extradite him to Egypt or set him free. #Egypt #Al Jazeera #Arabic #NewsTracker #journalist #Qatar #detained #British egyptian
Bizarre! Two men journey from Johannesburg to London in planes undercarriage, one dead

Jun 20, 2015

Bizarre! Two men journey from Johannesburg to London in planes undercarriage, one dead

A suspected stowaway was found unconscious on a plane from Johannesburg to London and a second man may have died falling out of the same plane. #London #NewsTracker #British Airways #Heathrow airport #plane #Johannesburg #Stowaway
Is Modi helping Modi: Congress demands Sushma Swaraj's resignation, points finger at PM

Jun 14, 2015

Is Modi helping Modi: Congress demands Sushma Swaraj's resignation, points finger at PM

Congress on Sunday demanded resignation of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her help to Indian fugitive Lalit Modi in getting British travel documents and dragged Prime Minister Narendra Modi into the raging row, saying "needle of suspicion rests" at his door. #Politics #IPL #Congress #BJP #sushma swaraj #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Lalit Modi #Money laundering #PM #External Affairs Minister #UK Visa #British MP Keith Vaz
British Airways offer extra check-in baggage for Indian students flying abroad for studies

Jun 09, 2015

British Airways offer extra check-in baggage for Indian students flying abroad for studies

In a good news for Indian students going abroad for higher studies, UK-based British Airways has put a limited period offer for them to carry an extra check-in baggage of up to 23 kgs for destinations across the US, Canada, the UK and Europe. #World #India #NewsTracker #British Airways #students #Extra Check-in Baggage #Higher Studies Abroad
'oneworld' alliance open to partner Indian airline: CEO

Jun 08, 2015

'oneworld' alliance open to partner Indian airline: CEO

Incidentally, Ashby, who has worked with several major US airlines, was also the first CEO of IndiGo, a position which he held for about four years. #Business #air india #Jet Airways #NewsTracker #Aviation #IATA #IndiGo #Low-cost carrier #Star Alliance #British Airways #Japan Airlines #Etihad Airways #Oneworld #Cathay Pacific #Srilankan
Tata Steel says union's proposal unfair; warns of $3 bn shortfall

May 29, 2015

Tata Steel says union's proposal unfair; warns of $3 bn shortfall

Tata Steel Europe CEO Karl Koehler in an open letter to employees urged them to refrain from voting for an industrial action amid unions showing no signs of backing down from their demands against the firm's proposal to close British Steel Pension Scheme. #Business #Tata Steel #CompanyWatch #corporate #Karl Koehler #British Steel Pension Scheme