WI Vs IND | 1st Test Aug 22, 2019
IND 185/3 (72.0)
SL Vs NZ | 2nd Test Aug 22, 2019
NZ 196/4 (62.0)
ENG Vs AUS | 3rd Test Aug 22, 2019
ENG 156/3 (72.0)
IR Vs IB | Match 2 Aug 23, 2019
IB 164/3 (48.1)
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Apr 11, 2013
Cameron says Thatcher made Britain great, others snub herLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron delivered an emotional tribute to Margaret Thatcher in parliament on Wednesday, but political opponents boycotted the debate on her legacy, underlining how divisive a figure she remains even in death. MPs were recalled from their holidays for the first time for the death of a public figure since Queen Elizabeth's mother died in 2002, reflecting the "Iron Lady's" place in history.
Apr 10, 2013
"Iron Lady" Thatcher mourned, but opponents celebrateLONDON (Reuters) - Admirers of Margaret Thatcher on Tuesday mourned the "Iron Lady" who as Britain's longest serving prime minister in over a century pitched free-market capitalism as the only medicine for her country's crippled economy and the crumbling Soviet bloc. World leaders past and present, from former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to U.S.
Apr 09, 2013
OBITUARY - Iron Lady Thatcher changed face of BritainLONDON (Reuters) - Margaret Thatcher, the "Iron Lady", was a towering figure in British 20th century politics, a grocer's daughter with a steely resolve who was loved and loathed in equal measure as she crushed the unions and privatised large swathes of industry. She died on Monday, aged 87, after suffering a stroke. During her life in politics some worshipped her as a moderniser who transformed the country, others bitterly accused her of entrenching the divide between the rich and the poor
Apr 09, 2013
WITNESS - "The Iron Lady": my part in her ascent(Robert Evans, now a correspondent in Geneva, was Reuters bureau chief in Moscow 1975-81 and 1986-91. Here he recalls his part in how Margaret Thatcher, who died on Monday, came to be known as the Iron Lady during her rise to become Britain's first woman prime minister.) By Robert Evans GENEVA (Reuters) - It was largely for lack of any other news that I launched Margaret Thatcher's favourite soubriquet "The Iron Lady" on the world one quiet but miserably slushy Moscow winter Saturday in January 1976. I could hardly suspect I was playing a perhaps not insignificant role in her rise to prime minister three years later
Mar 29, 2013
Foul play not impossible in Berezovsky death: British policeWINDSOR, England (Reuters) - British police believe foul play cannot be completely ruled out in the death of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky, whose body was found at the weekend with a piece of material around his neck, an inquest heard on Thursday. Berezovsky, a sworn enemy of President Vladimir Putin, was found dead on Saturday in a luxury mansion in Ascot, an affluent English town near Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle, west of London. He survived years of intrigue, power struggles and assassination attempts in Russia, but had to flee to London in 2000 after a bitter row with the Kremlin leader
Mar 25, 2013
UK's Prince Harry to tour United States in MayLONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry will tour the United States for six days in May, his office said on Monday, his first visit since he was pictured naked while partying at a Las Vegas hotel last summer. The prince, the third-in-line to the British throne, will use his visit to show support for both wounded U.S.
Mar 22, 2013
Scotland independence referendum set for September 18, 2014EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Scotland will hold an independence referendum on September 18, 2014, to decide if its five million people should end a 300-year-old union and leave the United Kingdom. First Minister Alex Salmond, announcing the date in the Scottish parliament on Thursday, said a break of ties with London would give Scots the chance "to build a better country"
Mar 22, 2013
U.N. launches probe of possible Syrian chemical arms attackUNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations said on Thursday it will investigate Syria's allegations that rebel forces used chemical weapons in an attack near Aleppo, but Western countries sought a probe of all claims concerning the use of such banned arms. "I have decided to conduct a United Nations investigation into the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria," said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Mar 16, 2013
Cameron's allies dismiss talk of leadership threat to British PMLONDON (Reuters) - Two senior members of British Prime Minister David Cameron's ruling Conservative party spoke out to calm growing talk of a leadership challenge against him on Friday, days before a closely watched budget.
Mar 05, 2013
Saudi Arabia to behead seven on Tuesday - rights groupRIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia is scheduled to execute seven men on Tuesday for crimes committed when they were juveniles aged under 18, the British-based rights group Amnesty International said.