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Setting Buildings on Fire is Terrorism: Arson Attacks must be Treated as Terrorism in...

By Tariq Majeed : - When will the Civil and Military Authorities realize that arson is an integral component of Organized Terrorism, which is being used...

Britain experiencing ‘sluggish’ economic growth right now – PMI

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy looks set for "steady but sluggish" growth over the coming months, according to a closely watched survey that showed...

UK construction growth drops to 11-month low – PMI

LONDON (Reuters) - Growth in Britain's construction industry tumbled to an 11-month low in July, as a lacklustre outlook for the economy and heightened...

British Airways says Heathrow check-in problem resolved

LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways said it had resolved an issue with its systems that affected the check-in process on flights from Heathrow on...

Outspoken Prince Philip bows out of public life

LONDON (Reuters) - Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, bows out of public life on Wednesday with a final solo appearance...

Princess Diana’s revelations about sex and sorrow to be aired on British TV

LONDON (Reuters) - Recordings of Princess Diana speaking candidly about her sex life with Prince Charles and her sorrow at the spectacular collapse of...

Beauty on Wheelchair Contest in Romania

(Report By Lidia Leahu in Romania) :- Atipic Beauty is a project initiated in Romania by Magda Coman, a former model, which after an accident...

BT floats £600 million plan to push broadband into remote corners of UK

LONDON (Reuters) - Telecoms provider BT (BT.L) has offered to invest up to 600 million pounds to provide faster broadband services to remote parts...

Langfang City is Promoted as New Beijing

(By Dr Shahid Qureshi – City of Langfang - China): - H.E. Mr. Wang Minister for information and external affairs city of Langfang specially came...

Pakistan fuel tanker owners end strike, bringing halt to panic buying

KARACHI/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Owners of Pakistani fuel tankers ended their protest strike on its third day on Wednesday, dispelling fears of a fuel shortage...

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