Sunday, September 20, 2015

20-Sep-2015 00:30

Nifty ends up 1 percent on rate-cut hopes :: url:

London fifth-priciest city in the world but earnings lag behind - UBS :: url:

UK scientists apply to modify embryos :: UK researchers want to use a controversial new genetic technique on human embryos.

SEBI probes Castex Technologies over bond conversion - source :: url:

Cardiff Uni ranked best in Wales :: Cardiff University remains the best in Wales despite slipping six places in the Sunday Times Good University Guide league table.

Jeremy Clarkson to make BBC return :: Former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson will return to the BBC to host an episode of satirical news quiz, Have I Got News For You.

VIDEO: A history of calling Obama a Muslim :: After Donald Trump fails to correct one of his supporters calling Barack Obama a Muslim, we look back on the history of this phenomenon.

Anish Kapoor to mask vandalism on Versailles sculpture :: url:

The Who halt tour over Daltrey virus :: The Who postpone the US leg of their 50th anniversary tour as doctors diagnose Roger Daltrey with viral Meningitis.

Taliban gunmen attack Pakistan air force base, 42 killed :: url:

Week in pictures: 12-18 September 2015 :: A selection of the best news photographs from around the world taken over the past week.

Bank of England 'may cut rates' :: The Bank of England may have to cut rates to combat low inflation, rather than raise them as its next move, says its chief economist Andy Haldane.

10 things we didn't know last week :: Who swears more on Twitter - liberals or conservatives?

Markets fall after Fed holds rates :: European and US markets fall following the Federal Reserve's decision not to raise US interest rates.

Lib Dem conference: What to expect :: The Lib Dems are gathering in Bournemouth - we look at the mood of activists, the big debates and whether new leader Tim Farron can make an impact.

Cameron on borrowed time, says Sturgeon :: Nicola Sturgeon marks the anniversary of the independence referendum by saying David Cameron is "on borrowed time".

Heads make fairer school funding plea :: Head teachers say some schools are struggling so badly financially they will not be able to afford to put teachers in front of their classes without more money.

Bald ibis chicks shipped to Spain :: Four captive-bred chicks are sent from Chester to Jerez in Spain, where they will be released as part of an effort to reintroduce the Northern bald ibis.

Desperate 2.3 million Indians apply for 368 low-level government jobs :: url:

Rupee posts biggest gain vs dollar in 2 years, bonds rally :: url:

Volkswagen could face $18 billion penalties from U.S. EPA :: url:

Corbyn unveils full frontbench team :: Jeremy Corbyn finalises details of his frontbench, including the appointment of a peer jailed for starting a fire at an Edinburgh hotel.

'Heads as well as hearts' - Croatia says it can take no more migrants :: url:

Deputy Kentucky clerk questions validity of licenses altered by Kim Davis :: url:

Mother, boyfriend charged in death of toddler found on Boston Harbor beach :: url:

Syrian army reversals spook Kremlin into hasty military build-up :: url:

Obama nominates first openly gay service secretary to lead Army :: url:

Wall Street ends down after Fed stokes global economic fears :: url:

Exclusive: Democratic donors urge Biden to challenge Clinton in U.S. 2016 race :: url:

Russia sends jets to Syria, resumes U.S. military talks - officials :: url:

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