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Google removes 12 BBC news stories in wake of 'right to be forgotten'   Aug 20, 7:23 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): A total of 12 BBC News stories have been removed from some search results following a landmark privacy ruling in Europe on the right to be forgotten.
Debbie Reynolds to be honored with lifetime achievement award by SAG   Aug 20, 5:07 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) has announced that Debbie Reynolds will be given a lifetime achievement award in January 2015.
CL: Besiktas vs Arsenal ends at 0-0 draw  Aug 20, 5:07 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Turkish sports club Besiktas today faced Arsenal in the Champions League, which ended at a disappointing 0-0 draw and a red card for Aaron Ramsey.
James Rodriguez scores his first goal for Real Madrid  Aug 20, 4:18 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): James Rodriguez has scored his first goal for Real Madrid but a late equalizer by Raul Garcia ended the match at a draw.
Nearly 50 pc of teens think sending sexual photos or videos is part of 'everyday life'  Aug 20, 4:18 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): A new poll has revealed that almost 50 percent of teenagers regard sending sexual photos or videos as part of "everyday life", while most youngsters find it "too easy" to accidentally see pornography online.
Lewis Hamilton compares 'intense' F1 battle with Rosberg to poker  Aug 20, 4:18 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamiton compares his Formula One title battle with Mercedes team-mate Nico Roseberg to a game of poker and thinks that it is more 'intense' than his earlier fights.
Marcos Rojo joins Manchester United for 16m pounds  Aug 20, 4:07 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Sporting Lisbon has signed a 16 million pound deal over the transfer of Marcos Rojo to Manchester United.
Ravi Bopara stunned after exclusion from England ODI squad  Aug 20, 4:07 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): English cricketer Ravi Bopara was stunned after he was left out of England's One Day International for the five match series against India.
Ex-minister says French women have 'a duty' to wear bikini while on beach  Aug 20, 4:07 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): France's Former minister for families has provoked a political row by saying that it's a French woman's duty to wear a bikini on a beach.
Charles Dickens inscribed book up for sale at 275K pounds  Aug 20, 3:25 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): A copy of Charles Dickens' novel 'A Tale of Two Cities', which has a personal inscription to fellow author George Eliot, has been put up for sale at 275,000 pounds.
Andy Murray seeded eight for 2014 US open at Flushing Meadows  Aug 20, 3:25 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Tennis ace Andy Murray is seeded eighth for the 2014 US Open, which is set to commence at Flushing Meadows on Monday.
UN Human Rights chief says will continue probe into Sri Lanka war crimes despite ban  Aug 20, 2:09 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Despite Sri Lanka's refusal to grant visas to the United Nations (UN) team investigating into alleged war crimes in the country, the organization said it will continue its probe into the matter.
I won't bite anymore: Suarez to fans  Aug 20, 2:09 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Luis Suarez has reportedly said that he has spoken to specialists about his behavior and has promised his fans that there will be no biting incidents in the future.
Islamic State switches to lesser known social networking sites after Twitter blockade   Aug 20, 1:45 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Islamic State (IS) has shifted to lesser known social networking sites after a clampdown on the group's presence on Twitter following its widely acknowledged success of social media offensive.
Thousands of civilians flee as violence escalates in Eastern Ukraine  Aug 20, 1:45 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Thousands of civilians have reportedly fled from the city of Luhansk in Eastern Ukraine as violence intensifies under pro-Russian separatists.
Standard Chartered agrees to pay $300m penalty to NY regulator  Aug 20, 1:45 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Following failure to improve money laundering controls, Standard Chartered has reportedly agreed to pay 300 million dollars (180m pound) in penalty to New York's top banking regulator.
Pope Francis speaks of own death, says will live for two-three years more  Aug 20, 12:16 pm
London, Aug 20 (ANI): Pope Francis says he is destined to live for two or three years more before embarking on the final journey of his life to meet his maker.
Ebola-infected doctors show improvement after taking ZMapp  Aug 20, 11:58 am
London, Aug 20 (ANI): A report has revealed that three Ebola-infected doctors who were given doses of the experimental drug last Thursday have shown remarkable signs of improvement.
Gaza ceasefire crumbles as Israel counters Hamas rocket strikes  Aug 20, 11:58 am
London, Aug 20 (ANI): The one-day-long ceasefire agreement has been violated again following fresh air strikes between Israel and Hamas.
ISIS beheads American journalist on video in response to US military operation in Iraq  Aug 20, 10:22 am
London, Aug 20 (ANI): The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has reportedly released a video on the internet that shows the beheading of a United States (US) journalist who has been missing since 2012.
London world's most influential global city for 2014: Forbes  Aug 19, 2:02 pm
London, Aug 19 (ANI): An analysis by Forbes magazine has revealed that London is the most influential city of the world for 2014, despite Britain coming second in the world power list.
Interstellar dust grains may explain origin of solar system  Aug 19, 1:39 pm
London, August 19 (ANI): Scientists are hopeful that the interstellar dust grains gathered by the NASA Stardust spacecraft and brought back to Earth will help in better understanding the complexities of the solar system's formation.
Daniel Radcliffe 'suffering from cluster headaches, BP issues'  Aug 19, 1:39 pm
London, Aug 19 (ANI): Daniel Radcliffe has recently revealed that he takes blood pressure medication even though he is just 25 years old.
BskyB pledges to take 20 pc of talent from ethnic minorities  Aug 19, 1:15 pm
London, Aug 19 (ANI): BskyB has said that by the end of 2016, at least 20 percent of the writers and actors for its UK-commissioned TV shows will include people from ethnic minorities.
BP pills not the reason for falling, fracturing bones  Aug 19, 1:14 pm
London, Aug 19 (ANI): A new study has recently revealed that people taking intensive blood pressure medication are not prone to falling and breaking bones.
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