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London terror attack: Shots fired, several hurt, 1 feared dead

London : A massive manhunt was underway as Scotland Yard armed officers were dispatched to London Bridge after a van ploughed into pedestrians here in a suspected terror attack followed by stabbing incidents in the area. Several people have been injured with one feared dead as gunfire was also heard in the area, police said. "From 2208 hrs (local time) officers responded to reports of a vehicle in collision with pedestrians on London Bridge.

MGSM Introduces New Master of Management for Early Career Executives

SYDNEY (Media OutReach) - The Macquarie Graduate of School of Management (MGSM) will launch a new Master of Management program designed specifically for professionals in the early stages of their management careers.

India’s English-Language Literary Scene Appeals to Americans Who Seek More Cultured and Sophisticated Readers

New York - Aesthete Press - publisher of the highly-praised new romantic, adventure novel ‘The Wanderess’ by Roman Payne—has decided to shift marketing efforts

The 14TH Annual New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) witnesses a Grandeur Opening

Being in its 14th year, The New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) returns with new innings from May 5 – 10, 2014.  NYIFF is the oldest, most prestigious film festival

Australia's prime minister, Tony Abbott, opts for economy class on flights

Tony Abbott, Australia's prime minister, has won praise for his frugality after travelling economy class on a long-haul flight to France.

Margaret Thatcher passes away

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher passed away on Monday. She was 87. She died of stroke. Born as Margaret Hilda Thatcher on October 12, 1925, she was the longest-serving prime minister (1979-90) of the UK

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