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Threat of vandalism no reason to block statue of Margaret Thatcher, says Theresa May
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Thatcher statute not to join Gandhi at Parliament Square in

A proposed statue of "Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first woman prime minister, expected to join Mahatma Gandhi's bronze sculpture at Parliament Square in London has been refused permission. DNA, 1 month ago
British PM protests after Thatcher statue plan blocked Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Thatcher, Chandraswami and I

"He (Chandraswamy) gave Mrs. Thatcher (Former UK PM Margaret Thatcher) five strips of paper and requested her to write a question on each. She obliged, but with scarcely camouflaged irritation. Chandraswamy asked her to open the first paper ball. She did. He gave the text of the question in Hindi. I translated. Correct. I watched Mrs Thatcher. The irritation gave way to curiosity. Next question. Again bull's eye. Curiosity replaced by interest. By the fourth question the future iron lady's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Op Bluestar: UK MP seeks inquiry to probe Thatcher govt's role

A British member of parliament (MP) today pitched for an independent inquiry into the role of the UK government in Operation Bluestar, an Indian army action in 1984 to flush out terrorists from the Golden Temple. The UK's first turban-wearing MP Tanmanjit ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago British Sikh MPs seek inquiry into UK's role in Op Bluestar  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Polish street artists out to revive sleepy Bulgarian village

Eye-catching works, including portraits of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, the Dalai Lama, Pope Francis, Angela Merkel, Margaret Thatcher and Barack Obama, have been produced as part of an event called "Open village/ village avant-garde".
 DNA2 weeks ago

As US influence wanes, Germany has the chance to step into the spotlight

Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the United States has been performing what seems to be a partial withdrawal from the international stage. This retreat is sometimes purposeful, as when the administration realised its campaign promise to exit ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Power and Pelf

FOR A LIVELY writer who pulls unexpected rabbits out of history’s hat, Jeffrey E Garten has been very remiss. There’s nary a mention in his erudite, informative and readable book of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam , ‘the world is one family’, the Sanskrit ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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With fledgling support, UK PM Theresa May nears deal with Northern Irish 'kingmakers' DUP

British Prime Minister Theresa May neared a deal with a Northern Irish Protestant party to save her premiership on Tuesday but faced a tug of war over her Brexit strategy just days before embarking on formal divorce talks with the European Union. After losing ...
 DNA2 months ago

May under pressure after hung UK results; Brexit dilemma loom

British Prime Minister Theresa May faced mounting pressure today to resign after her Conservative party failed to muster a simple majority in the crucial polls she had called three years ahead of schedule hoping to boost her negotiating powers during the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
Mathrubhumi

UK elections: Polls show PM May set to boost majority

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May is on course to increase her majority in parliament in Britains election on Thursday, opinion polls showed on Wednesday, suggesting Mays gamble to call a vote to bolster her position in Brexit negotiations will pay ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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UK general elections on Thursday: Survey predicts Tory landslide win

Millions of Britons will vote in Thursday's general election and the ruling Conservatives are expected to secure a landslide win over the opposition Labour Party.ComRes poll projections indicate a concrete 74-seat majority, the largest the Conservatives have ...
 Business Standard2 months ago UK general elections Today: Survey predicts Tory landslide win  catchnews.com2 months ago
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