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English media likens Clark to 'graceless, chinless weasel' Dec 5, 12:45 pm
Sydney, Dec. 5 (ANI): English media has reportedly compared Australian captain Michael Clark to a 'graceless, chinless weasel' while likening Australians to Franco Begbie, sociopath played by Robert Carlyle in the cult classic Trainspotting.
Washington, Nov. 29 (ANI): A fitness guru who apparently expressed her disapproval of growing acceptance of obesity after reading an article in The Daily Mail showing obese women in lingerie, reportedly found her Facebook account suspended temporarily over her comments deemed as 'hate speech'.
England media, legends slam 'dreadful' batsmen for 'eating humble pie' at Johnson's hands in Gabba Nov 23, 8:50 am
Sydney, Nov 23 (ANI): The English media and former cricketers have slammed the 'dreadful' England cricketers for being forced to 'eat humble pie' by Australian paceman Mitchell Johnson on the second day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Sydney, Aug 23 (ANI): The British media has reportedly shifted their stance from shock to praise and now to concern after an Australian batsman claimed a century for the second day running in the final Ashes Test at The Oval.
Cheating men spend more than double on mistresses than their wives on Valentine's Day Feb 13, 12:55 pm
London, February 13 (ANI): The long held stereotype that unfaithful men lavish romantic gifts upon their lovers while neglecting their spouse still holds true. A survey has revealed that cheating husbands spoil their mistresses but scrimp on their wives when buying Valentine's Day gifts, the Daily Mail reported.
UK police overwhelmed by 'petty squabbles' on Facebook, Twitter Oct 28, 2:49 pm
London, Oct. 28 (ANI): Police forces across Britain are having a tough time dealing with petty squabbles on Facebook, Twitter and other social network sites every day. Officers have said they are wasting valuable time and resources tackling Internet users directing abuse at each other.
London, Oct. 28 (ANI): The white iPad mini version sold out like hot cakes within 20 minutes of its pre-order release in the U.S. on Friday, and all that remains for immediate order are the black versions.
Nicolas Cage wins apology over false tax evasion story Oct 3, 1:11 pm
London, Oct 3 (ANI): Nicolas Cage has received damages and apology from a British newspaper that falsely accused him of tax evasion, it has been revealed.
McCartney calls on Indian Government to free 'distressed' baby elephant held in Kerela Jul 31, 2:50 pm
London, July 31 (ANI): Sir Paul McCartney has joined an international battle to free a baby elephant that has been confined to a temple in Kerala, India, after being captured from a forest in the south-west part of the country. The former Beatle reportedly wants the Indian Government to intervene, asking officials to step in and save the elephant after seeing few distressing images of his many injuries. Sunder, the baby elephant, which is being held in a temple in Kerala, is in a desperate need of treatment for a serious eye injury after being jabbed with a metal poker by his boy handler. "I have seen photographs of young Sunder, the elephant kept alone in a shed at Jyotiba Temple, and put in chains with spikes. I appeal to you to do what is right here, and get Sunder post haste to rehabilitation in the forest," the Daily Mail quoted McCartney, as saying.
London, July 24 (ANI): An Indian-origin doctor in the UK, who held his own 'wake' after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, has said that he beat the disease after taking a disused drug. According to The Daily Mail, doctors said that Rami Seth, 70, could just live for weeks when he was diagnosed with four 10p-sized tumours in his liver in 2005.
London, June 20 (ANI): British lawmakers have passed a landmark vote ordering judges to stop granting foreign criminals 'human rights' to stay in the country. he motion was passed after the Commons was informed about the scale at which overseas convicts abuse the Human Rights Act, Daily Mail reports.
Car horns and commuter noise promote more positive dreams Jun 16, 1:35 pm
London, June 16 (ANI): We are more likely to have positive dreams when surrounded by the noise of commuters and car horns, new research suggests. cientists studied the dreams of 8,000 individuals who were played randomly selected soundscapes as they slept, the Daily Mail reported.
New York, June 12 (ANI): Nicole (Snooki) Polizzi's representative has said that it is a "shame" that nude photographs of the reality star have been hacked from her cell phone.
Facebook launches money-making scheme 'pay-to-post' Jun 1, 3:53 pm
Washington, June 1 (ANI): Social networking giant Facebook has finally launched its 'pay to post' service that allows users to highlight or promote posts by paying a small fee.
Saudi woman confronts religious police for trying to chastise her for 'painted nails' May 27, 4:07 pm
Riyadh, May 27 (ANI): A Saudi woman confronted members of the country's religious police after they accused her of breaking strict modesty rules with her painted nails.
London, May 13 (ANI): Bernie Ecclestone, who went public with his engagement last week by telling the world he was to tie the knot with Fabiana Flosi, seems to have forgotten to inform a couple of people - his own daughters.
Pyongyang, Apr 25 (ANI): North Korea has almost completed preparations for a third nuclear test after it failed to launch long-range missile last month, according to a report.
London, Apr. 17 (ANI): Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, who is suffering from terminal cancer, is unconscious and may not wake up, sources have revealed.
Pyongyang, Apr 4 (ANI): North Korea is preparing to unveil a missile capable of striking mainland America, government sources in South Korea have revealed.
Rebekah Brooks 'was passed details of NOTW phone-hacking probe by senior police official' Feb 26, 12:53 pm
London, Feb 26 (ANI): Former News International chief-executive Rebekah Brooks was allegedly passed details of the original News of the World phone-hacking inquiry by a senior police official, it has emerged.
UK student gets eight month jail term for Facebook hack Feb 18, 11:43 am
London, Feb 18 (ANI): A 26-year-old British student, who stole sensitive information from Facebook's internal network, has been jailed for eight months.
After 'offensive jokes on Indian culture' rap, BBC now fails to curb bad language on Top Gear Feb 15, 4:51 pm
London, Feb 15 (ANI): After facing huge criticism for making offensive jokes about Indian people and culture, the British broadcasting corporation has now failed to curb the use of bad language on its popular television show Top Gear.
Dramatic video shows Costa Concordia captain's dithering reaction minutes after disaster struck Feb 12, 4:30 pm
London, Feb 12 (ANI): A new dramatic video has emerged that shows the dithering reaction of Costa Concordia's captain in the minutes after the cruise ship hit a rock off the Italian coast last month.
Iran cuts off access to Internet fearing protests during Islamic Revolution anniversary Feb 11, 12:17 pm
Tehran, Feb 11 (ANI): Iran has reportedly cut off access to the Internet, leaving millions of people without email and social networks.
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