By Sounak Mukhopadhyay | Dec 09, 2013 04:52 am
Australia ruled the world cricket for decades. However, that is history.
By Graeme Mackay | Dec 06, 2013 17:23 pm
On 29 November 2013 a Police Scotland helicopter came down and crashed through the roof of the popular and crowded Clutha Bar. At the time, there were about 120 people in The Clutha and the accident left nine people dead and 32 injured - 14 seriously.
By Shane Croucher | Dec 05, 2013 17:41 pm
Chancellor's boast that Plan A is working as UK growth forecasts lift rings hollow.
By Nick Howson | Nov 29, 2013 13:02 pm
As the Welshman reaches another milestone, where does he rank among British football's finest?
By Nick Howson | Nov 28, 2013 12:36 pm
The 27 year old is enjoying his most impressive form for club and country for three years
By Louise Aston | Nov 26, 2013 15:12 pm
Louise Aston, director of Business in the Community’s Workwell campaign, makes the case.
By Akbar Ahmed and Melody Fox | Nov 21, 2013 03:36 am
The ceremony around the Opus Prize held this past week, here, was a strangely exhilarating sight to behold. Strange because we are told that there is a clash of civilizations between the US and the Muslim world. Exhilarating because, we, the authors, witnessed America wholeheartedly embracing Muslim educators from Afghanistan and Indonesia.
By Paula Whelan | Nov 20, 2013 15:59 pm
Paula Whelan, head of employment at law firm Shakespeares, discusses the challenges of the new flexible working rights regime.
By Lianna Brinded | Nov 19, 2013 11:30 am
Npower becomes most complained about energy firm in Britain and has axed jobs despite bumper profits
By Graeme Mackay | Nov 18, 2013 13:34 pm
The Third Plenary session of the 18th Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Congress commenced in Beijing on 9 November 2013 and concluded on 12 November.
By Sunny Peter | Nov 15, 2013 04:29 am
If talks of Iran’s, nuclear programme fail, fears are that it could lead to a global nuclear confrontation involving the U.S., Russia and China. With the plausible use of nuclear arsenals, it could lead to an imminent doomsday catastrophe.
By Frank Islam | Nov 12, 2013 04:36 am
The Indian information technology industry, steadfastly opposed to an immigration reform bill passed by the US Senate this past June, maybe finally getting its wish. It appears increasingly unlikely that the House of Representatives will vote on the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013, before the end of the year.