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Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall to visit site of Louis ...

Prince Charles to make emotional trip to site where great-uncle was killed Lord Louis Mountbatten was killed in County Sligo by the IRA 35 years ago Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are to visit Ireland next month Visit is being viewed as a ... Capital Bay, 3 days ago

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Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles to visit Sligo

Trip may include Mullaghmore where Lord Mountbatten died in an IRA bombing in 1979 Britain's Prince Charles is to visit Sligo in May, almost 20 years after the first trip to Ireland by the heir to the British throne. Lorna Siggins Topics: News ...
 Irish Times4 days ago He's not welcome: Prince Charles faces protests on visit to Sligo  TheJournal.ie3 days ago Prince Charles to visit Sligo  TV3 Ireland4 days ago
CBC

What's in a (royal) name? The significance of George Alexander Louis

When Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, opted for George Alexander Louis as the name for their first child, they chose names with strong echoes of royal tradition and a nod to family ties. In advance of Monday's birth, the British ...
 CBC2 weeks ago

New gallery dazzles even with no artworks

EXCITEMENT filled the air as the who's who of the arts community, corporate titans and policymakers arrived yesterday for a sneak peek inside the refurbished National Gallery Singapore. Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong and ...
 Asiaone18 hours ago

Grand dames in new light

The National Gallery Singapore is opening its doors this weekend and next for a series of Naked Museum tours. It will be the last time the two historic buildings - the refurnished Supreme Court and City Hall - go au naturel before they are filled ...
 Asiaone1 day ago

Who got away with Gandhi’s murder?

By Teesta Setalvad Rs 450 Rs 450 Beyond Doubt: A Dossier on Gandhi’s Assassination It is rather strange that the most regrettable assassination in the immediate aftermath of Independence has been a rarely discussed topic in India. Although the possibility ...
 Asian Age2 days ago Who got away with Gandhi's murder?  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago
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Prince Charles 'Not Welcome' in Ireland, Prince and Wife Plan Trip While Anti-British Plan Protests

Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall plan to visit Ireland next month... but they won't get a very warm welcome by everyone. By Kimberly M. Aquilina k.aquilina@hngn.com | Apr 23, 2015 03:57 AM EDT Prince Charles and ...
 Hngn.com2 days ago Time won't heal all wounds, but a symbolic act by Prince Charles will make a difference  Irish Independent2 days ago Prince Charles and Camilla plan first official visit to Republic of Ireland in 20 years (IrishCentral)  Irish Central3 days ago Adams: Royal visit will 'promote reconciliation, respect and understanding'  Breaking News.ie4 days ago
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Congress now faces vengeance of history

It was not about the Muslims, but his own illegitimate rise to the top of the political pole, that Jawaharlal Nehru refused to integrate the Azad Hind Fauj with the Army, and distrusted and disrespected the Army As it is almost certain that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago

London awaits new royal baby

Story highlights Government ministers used to be present at all royal births Queen Victoria was the first monarch to use anesthesia in childbirth Prince William was the first heir to the British throne to be born in hospital While they have plenty ...
 CNN1 week ago Royal babies: Five things you didn't know  Channel40001 week ago
Times of Malta

Team Jeep capture Ormsby-Johnson Cup

The Malta Polo Club's season continued on Saturday with the Ormsby-Johnson Cup match at Marsa. The first recorded contest for this historic trophy was in 1949 when Lord Louis Mountbatten, serving in Malta at the time, also played for this honour.
 Times of Malta1 week ago
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