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Major report says foreign doctors not as competent

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Foreign doctors should face tougher tests before being allowed to practise in the UK a major report published by the British Medical Journal said. Experts, from University College London and Cambridge and Durham universities, on Friday (18) said there was a "performance gap" between the UK schooled doctors and foreign ones, adding that medics trained ...




BBC doc alleged mayor increased funding for certain groups

POLICE have said there is "no credible evidence of criminality" after looking at files from an east London borough which was suspected of fraud. Its comes after a BBC Panorama documentary alleged that Tower Hamlets mayor, Lutfur Rahm More Real life news »

Bride’s new life in the UK was ‘built on lies’

by Reena Kumar THE distraught father of a new bride who was strangled to death and burnt in an incinerator after she discovered her husband was gay has described his life as being over following her murder. Jasvir Ram Ginday, 29, from Wals More Real life news »

Former counter-terror chief to investigate 'Islamist plot'

EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove sent in a former counter-terror chief to investigate claims of an Islamist plot to take over schools in Birmingham. Peter Clarke, who headed the police investigation into the July 7, 2005 London bombings, was a More Real life news »

Opinion poll gives absolute majority to BJP

THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies are set to win a narrow majority in the world's largest democratic election, the latest opinion poll showed on Monday (April 14).   India's oppposition party, led by prime-min More Real life news »
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Shreya’s Hall of fame

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Captain America fails to Marvel

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Travel

Etihad’s profit up 48 per cent to $62m in 2013

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Mumbai’s iconic Irani cafes dwindle

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Technology

Microsoft to launch Xbox One in 26 more countries

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Social networks step in to curb gun sales

FACEBOOK Inc and its photo sharing subsidiary, Instagram, will delete posts offering to buy or sell guns without background checks, Facebook announced on Wednesday (March 5).





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