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Prince Harry''s charity ''fails to deliver promised money to orphanage''

Prince HarryLondon, February 17 : Prince Harry''s ''Sentebale'', a charity set up to help vulnerable children and young people, has landed in a feud over finances promised to an orphanage in Lesotho.

Dr Motlatsi Morolong, the chairman of Lesotho Child Counselling Unit, revealed despite being assured of financial assistance of 30,000 pounds by the royal''s charity to keep the orphanage running, the money was yet to arrive, reports the Telegraph.

Prince Harry’s ex ‘accused of using royal connections for landing top job’

Prince Harry’s ex ‘accused of using royal connections for landing top job’London, February 16: Prince Harry's former girlfriend Chelsy Davy has been accused of using her royal connections to land a job at a top law firm.

The 23-year-old, who parted ways with the soldier prince in January this year, had pocketed a 37,000-pound-a-year training contract with London's Allen & Overy.

Her fuming competitors have alleged that she won the deal for her "public relations bling" value that could reap marketing benefits for the prestigious company.

Prince Harry fails his first flying exam

Prince Harry fails his first flying examLondon, Feb 15 : Britain's Prince Harry, who was recently exposed for calling a fellow soldier a `Paki' during a training exercise and broke-up with his long-term girlfriend Chelsy Davy last month, has received yet another blow this year.

He has failed one of his first pilot exams just a few weeks into his two-year course.

And now Army Air Corps chiefs are giving him extra lessons to ensure he passes a retake.

The 24-year-old Royal flunked the theory-based test at an RAF base in Lincolnshire.

Prince Harry to go on equality course after series of gaffes

London - Britain's Prince Harry is to be sent on an equality course by the army after being caught using offensive language including naming a Pakistani fellow-officer a "Paki" while the two men were training at Sandhurst Military Academy, it was reported Thursday.

According to a report in the Daily Mirror newspaper Thursday, the decision is the result of an internal army investigation into the incident, revealed last month.

The Ministry of Defence would only confirm that the army had concluded its consideration of the case. The name-calling incident would be entered into Harry's army record.

However, there would be no long-term consequences for his military career, the BBC said.

Prince Harry faces formal Army discipline over ‘Paki’ row

Prince Harry faces formal Army discipline over ‘Paki’ rowLondon, February 12: Prince Harry has been formally disciplined by enraged Army chiefs for his infamous `Paki' remark directed at a fellow Asian cadet.

The soldier prince had been accused of racism after calling Captain Ahmed Raza Khan "our little Paki friend" in a three-year-old home video.

The 24-year-old has been ordered to undergo tough sessions of an equality and diversity course in a bid to make him realise just how much offence and damage had been caused by his foul-mouthed comments.

Prince Harry embroiled in new race row

Prince Harry embroiled in new race rowLondon, February 11: Prince Harry has allegedly landed himself in a new race gaffe after telling a comedian he did not "sound like a black chap".

The 24-year-old has already seen a tough beginning to 2009 with the ending his five-year relationship with Chelsy Davy, along with facing probe for his infamous "Paki" remark.

Harry was said to have directed his comment to comic Stephen K Amos after his stand-up performance at the Prince Charles' 60th birthday last year.