Saturday, October 31, 2015

31-Oct-2015 07:45

Photographing the Rugby World Cup :: Press Association photographer David Davies selects his best shots from the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Insight: Better late than never? Samsung IT arms push into autos :: url:

Spotless Sharapova carries Radwanska into semis :: url:

Justin Bieber storms out of a concert in Norway :: url:

Myanmar opposition candidate stable after machete attack - party :: url:

Hard-hit China steel mills offer hope for India's iron ore :: url:

Exclusive - India eyes bankruptcy reform to ease decades of gridlock :: url:

PNB Housing Finance hires banks for $385 mln IPO - IFR :: url:

Militant-linked charity on front line of Pakistan quake aid :: url:

Learning disability care beds cut :: Hospital beds for people with learning disabilities and autism will be halved in England, the NHS has announced.

Once a month, Modi steps in to revive stalled projects :: url:

Top Gear car plates case to be reopened :: A criminal investigation is reopened into Top Gear's infamous Argentina trip, which saw the presenters hounded out of the country.

ICICI Bank Q2 net rises 12 pct on retail loans growth :: url:

Pakistan's ex-cricket star politician and journalist end marriage :: url:

UN says climate plans 'not enough' :: The UN says the current climate plans from 146 countries represent a significant advance - but will not be enough to prevent dangerous warming.

India plans 2 percent flight tax to fund regional air travel boost :: url:

China vice president to visit India in November as ties warm :: url:

Ambulance 'failure' over 111 calls :: An NHS ambulance trust is investigated after it dodged national response targets to gain more time to assess some seriously ill patients.

Flipkart says to invest more than $500 mln in nationwide fulfilment network :: url:

VIDEO: Lifejacket 'mountains' on Greek island :: Tens of thousands of lifejackets abandoned on the Greek island of Lesbos by migrants have been described as an "ecological timebomb".

New air battery design shows promise :: A new design for lithium-air batteries overcomes several hurdles that have stood in the way of this "next-generation" concept.

Tor launches hidden chat tool :: A new chat tool has been launched in an effort to improve the security of online messaging

Cuts 'risk primary teacher numbers' :: Bursaries for trainee primary teachers in England will be slashed from next year, sparking fears the move could fuel the teacher recruitment crisis.

Will you miss Facebook's 'other' inbox? :: There has been a mixed reaction to Facebook's changes to its Messenger service, announced this week.

Taxis 'refused to take Aboriginal star' :: Prominent Aboriginal Australian actor "Uncle" Jack Charles says he has been refused a ride on racial grounds by two taxis in three days.

China naval chief says minor incident could spark war in South China Sea :: url:

From crash mats to Glasgow - Karmakar keeps flying high :: url:

Global stocks on course for best month in four years :: url:

Minister urges NHS parking discounts :: The government encourages hospitals to offer discounted parking for carers as it rejects a bid to change the law.

First wave of US drug inmates go free :: The US will release nearly 6,000 people jailed for drug crimes in the coming days, an effort to reform policies that led to mass incarceration.

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