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Sochi (Russia), May 11 : The Russian and British security services will cooperate in the build-up to the Winter Olympics in Sochi next year, British Prime Minister David Cameron said.
Cameron said Friday after talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin that Britain would be providing "limited" security support at the Olympic Games in the Russian Black Sea resort,
The British premier said more than 50 British companies were participating in the Sochi Olympics construction projects.
Moscow, March 24 - The situation in Syria should be resolved by means of negotiations, Russian President Vladimir Putin and British Prime Minister David Cameron have agreed.
Putin and Cameron discussed the conflict in the Middle East country by phone.
"The sides exchanged opinions on the international agenda, focusing on the situation in Syria," the Kremlin said in a statement.
London, Feb 20 : India's version of the Red Arrows could soon be flying new British-built jets under a 125 million pounds deal.
British Prime Minister David Cameron told his Indian counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh that the RAF would be willing to help train the team.
According to express. co. uk, No. 10 is in talks with Indian defence chiefs about supplying 12 Hawk training jets produced by engineering giant BAE Systems.
The aircraft are understood to be for the Indian Air Force's 52 Squadron display team, known as Surya Kiran or the `Sun Rays,' the report said.
London, Feb 20 : David Cameron has defended the Duchess of Cambridge, saying that author Hilary Mantel was "completely wrong" to compare her to a "shop-window mannequin."
Mantel said at the London Review of Books Lecture that the duchess was "gloss varnished" with a "plastic smile."
The British Prime Minister added that Mantel writes great books but what she's said about Kate is completely misguided, the BBC reported.
Her speech was titled `Undressing Anne Boleyn', referencing royal women.
Amritsar, Feb. 20 : British Prime Minister David Cameron became the
first head of government from his country to visit Jallianwala Bagh on
Wednesday, and called the April 13, 1919 massacre of unarmed civilians
as a tragic and a "most shameful act in the history of Britain".
Cameron also visited Amritsar''s Golden Temple and paide his obeisance before moving on to the Jallianwala Bagh memorial.
was on April 13, 1919, that people, including women and children, who
Amritsar, Feb 19 : British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit the Sikh holy city of Amritsar Wednesday in a clear message to woo Sikhs and Punjabis settled back home.
The British leader is scheduled to visit the holiest of Sikh shrines, Harmandar Sahib, popularly known as the Golden Temple, n Amritsar. He will arrive here Wednesday morning and leave in the afternoon, police officials said here.
Cameron is the highest democratically elected leader from Britain to visit the Sikh shrine. British monarch Queen Elizabeth visited Amritsar in October 1997.
New Delhi, Feb 19 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday announced that his country is going to introduce same-day visa service for Indian businessmen in a bid to accelerate the bilateral trade between the two sides.
London, Feb. 19 : British Prime Minister David Cameron has sparked controversy after pledging to make it easier for Indian immigrants to come to Britain with a special `same day' visa service.
He also said there was `no limit' to the number of Indians who would be allowed to study in UK universities and stay on in graduate-level jobs after they are qualified.
Mumbai, Feb 18 : British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday visited the memorial build in the commemoration of 26/11 terror attacks on Mumbai in 2008, and paid tribute to the people killed by the militants.
A total of 166 people were killed and about 300 were injured including senior security officials.
Cameron arrived in Mumbai today on a three-day official visit to India.
He landed here at around 8.30 a. m. and was received at the airport by Minister of Protocol Suresh Shetty and senior Maharashtra Government officials.
David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the UK has arrived in India's financial capital, Mumbai with the largest trade delegation taken abroad by a British prime minister for a three day visit to the emerging country.
Cameron also expressed interest in the plans to develop the Mumbai-Bangalore development corridor. He said that he wants British companies to help develop new cities and districts along a 1,000 km corridor between the Mumbai and Bangalore. The plans are to generate investment projects worth as much as $25 billion.
London, February 18 : Prime Minister has taken to drinking a fruit smoothie called a Brain Boost to help him keep concentration and focus after a busy week of meetings, it has been revealed.
The drink contains beetroot juice, which is said to help improve circulation to the brain and memory.
Mr Cameron has the drink when he visits the Portobello Fresh Juice Bar near his family home in Notting Hill, West London, with his wife Samantha and their children, the Daily Mail reported.
A worker told the newspaper that the PM swears by it.
London, Feb 16 : Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell has asked the British government to discuss the firm's 2.7 billion dollars tax row with Indian authorities during Prime Minister David Cameron's upcoming trade mission.
Shell has been accused of evading taxes on an investment made in India in 2009, a charge the company has vigorously denied.
The dispute revolves around a transfer of shares between Shell India and another subsidiary, Shell Gas, in 2009.
London, Feb 14: British Prime Minister David Cameron has encouraged Indians to come to the UK, saying there is `no limit' on the number of nationals who can come to study and work.
Carmon will next week visit India to tell prospective students that Britain will be "incredibly welcoming" to them if they come to this country to study and work.
According to the Telegraph, he will use his trip to try to persuade more Indians to come to Britain.
London, Feb 1 : Al-Qaeda has vowed to carry out a series of `lone wolf' terror strikes against Britain over the country's involvement in Mali.
It is believed to be the first direct threat of revenge against the UK since Prime Minister David Cameron sanctioned military help for France as it takes on Islamist extremists.
According to the Sun, the threat also comes after Cameron signed a `security partnership' with Mali's neighbours Algeria following the BP hostage crisis.
London, Jan. 30 : Britain could become `bogged down' in a Vietnam-style conflict in Mali for years, MPs and military experts in the UK have warned.
As British Prime Minister David Cameron ordered 330 troops to go to the troubled West African state to support the French-led assault on al-Qaeda-affiliated insurgents, alarmed military commanders raised fears of a `mission creep'.
London, Jan 17 : British Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed his battle to stop his three children from drinking too many fizzy drinks.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Cameron said that he was trying to stop `excessive' amounts of Coca-Cola being consumed in his household amid calls for a `war on sugar'.
Cameron said the government was putting pressure on the food industry to cut the amount of sugar in food and drinks, branding it one of the biggest public health challenges facing in the country.
London, Jan. 7 : British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the country is prepared to defend the Falkland Islands with military force if Argentina launched another invasion.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Cameron said troops would be deployed if Buenos Aires makes another attempt to re-take the islands.
He made the UK's `extremely strong' position clear after Argentine President Cristina Fernandez again accused Britain of stealing the islands.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron has said raised moral questions on the behaviors of some of the multinational firms which were recently found to have paid very little or no tax at all in the country.
He said in an attacking mode that the government will work to make sure that they pay their full share of corporate taxes in the future. The remarks came after lawmakers in the country said that firms like Starbucks, Google and Amazon are behaving immorally to twist the system and avid their due share of taxes in the UK.
London, Jan 2 : British Prime Minister David Cameron's controversial foreign aid target is a costly `con job' designed to make the Conservative Party seem more caring, a study has warned.
In a scathing assessment, the respected centre-Right think tank Civitas accused Cameron of using billions of pounds of taxpayers' money to `rebrand his party and cement the coalition with the Liberal Democrats'.
The study warned that the wasteful Department for International Development is almost beyond reform, suggesting it should be effectively shut down, the Daily Mail reports.
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