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Consumer confidence in India is rising, but is there anything more to it than sentiment?
Some 160,000 UK care workers are being paid less than the national minimum wage of £6.50 an hour, a study suggests.
Tony Abbott is not the first prime minister to face a leadership challenge in Australia, a country with a rich history of top-level ousting.
What passenger planes will look like in the future
Social media users who spread racial hatred could be banned from Twitter and Facebook, MPs suggest in a report on anti-Semitism in the UK.
Lionel Messi inspires Barcelona as they move within a point of leaders Real Madrid following a thrilling win at Athletic Bilbao.
Labour would double paid paternity leave for new fathers to four weeks and increase rates to £260 a week, Ed Miliband says.
More than twenty football supporters have died in rioting outside a stadium in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
Former England fast bowler Steve Harmison is appointed manager of non-league football team Ashington.
Documents suggesting Britain's biggest bank helped cheat the Treasury out of millions of pounds of tax have been obtained by the BBC.
Bafta successes for Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore and the film Boyhood at star-studded night in London's west end
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, star of Crouching Tiger, is getting married after her musician boyfriend used a drone to propose to her.
West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce says Manchester United resorted to "thump it forward and see" tactics at Upton Park.
Australian PM Tony Abbott survives a party confidence vote on his leadership, as MPs vote down a motion to remove him by 61 to 39.
A film from Northern Ireland wins a Bafta at the 2015 awards ceremony.
Flanker James Haskell says England's Six Nations win in Wales banished the demons of their heavy 2013 defeat.
Former West Ham striker and MOTD2 pundit John Hartson explains why Manchester United are under-performing in attack.
Tense wait for Briton and others on Indonesia’s death row
Could drones solve Singapore's service staffing woes?