Rebekah Brooks, the former boss of Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper arm, was acquitted on Tuesday of orchestrating a campaign to hack into phones and bribe officials in the hunt for exclusive news.
A jury at London’s Old Bailey court cleared Brooks unanimously but found Andy Coulson, Prime Minister David Cameron’s former . . . → Read More: former News of the World editor clear of phone hacking charges
By Sarmila Bose
Murky British connections to the Indian government’s attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984 have fuelled demands for full disclosure in UK and India. Prime Minister David Cameron ordered a review when documents released to the public after 30 years showed that India had sought, and Britain had . . . → Read More: What role did the British play in 1984 Sikh massacres
The London Olympics come to an end today with a bigBrazilian performance during the closing ceremony to mark the next games in Brazil. With the conclusion of the London games, the reports on Rio‘s preparednessfor 2016 are bubbling up yet again. But it wasn’t exactly smooth sailing in the UK. London’s experience provides some insight . . . → Read More: Lessons to host the next Olympics
By Murtaza Ali Shah
Scottish Police threw a security blanket around the University of Edinburgh as Bkhtawar Bhutto-Zardari graduated in a ceremony of formality, pomp and show.
Watched proudly by her father, President Asif Ali Zardari, her aunt Sanam Bhutto and siblings Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Asifa Bhutto, Bakhtawar was declared a graduate . . . → Read More: Bakhtawar Bhutto graduates in a luxurious manner
The London Olympics countdown entered its final 200 days on Monday with government and organisers talking up the legacy Britain can look forward to long after the last medal has been won and the show is over.
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