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24 The flags aren't upside down, they have been printed wrongly and would look the same either way up. Burt, Lancaster, 04/5/2012 07:02 Click to rate Rating 17 What is wrong with with these people, don't they know the Union Flag is upside down!
O n July 25, Pratibha Patil, India's first woman President who succeeded the ever-popular APJ Abdul Kalam as Head of State five years ago, will bid farewell to Rashtrapati Bhavan...Many names have been doing the rounds, from veteran politicians to
The documents were secretly sent back to the UK when former colonies became independent. They shed new light on how British officials ran countries such as Kenya, Cyprus and present-day Malaysia. Thousands of documents detailing some of the most
The Governmental Weekly Achievements Ministry of Detainees' Affairs forming "procedures cell" to back the hunger strike. The Ministry of Detainees' Affairs formed a "procedures cell" to back the hunger strike that the detainees are running against
Ahead of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to West Bengal next week, a Federal Bureau of Investigation team today reviewed security in various establishements here including the state secretariat at the Writers' Building and Raj Bhavan. "
Competitions like Book Reading Contest, Slogan Writing and Book Mark Making were conducted. The winners were honoured with certificates and students were given tips on How to improve Reading Habits. UT employees march to Raj Bhavan for pending
Thousands of documents detailing some of the most shameful acts and crimes committed during the final years of the British empire were systematically destroyed to prevent them falling into the hands of post-independence governments, an official
Whether it's for business, study or an exotic retirement, the French are flocking to Asia like never before, drawn by economic opportunities that contrast with debt-ridden Europe. While Asia has never been as popular a destination for French
A story that went spectacularly unreported in the British press last week reveals how. In July last year, four Kenyans who claimed they had been systematically tortured by British colonial officials during the Mau Mau uprising in the 1950s won the
Home / Opinion / Columns / Fighting Islamophobia at British dinner tables THE British Conservative Party's best-known Muslim, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, projects herself as a common sense woman of the people. As such, she appealed to Conservative