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'UK steelworkers' pensions could be slashed under Tata plan'

'UK steelworkers' pensions could be slashed under Tata plan'

Tens of thousands of steelworkers in the UK?could have their pensions slashed by up to 20 per cent under plans by Tata to wash its hands of the 15 billion pounds British Steel retirement scheme, media reported on Sunday

South African newspaper closes Indian supplement after 3 decades

 Sunday Times, the largest newspaper in South Africa, stopped publication of 'Extra', a supplement targeting the Indian community, citing financial and ideological concerns.

Fresh corruption claims over Qatar World Cup bid

Qatar faced growing pressure over its hosting of the 2022 World Cup Sunday after fresh allegations over the role disgraced former top football official Mohammed bin Hammam played in its bid.

Lance Armstrong reaches settlement with Sunday Times

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has reached an agreement with the Sunday Times after it had sued the drugs-tainted American for around one million pounds, the British paper announced on Sunday.

Can`t take away the fact that we are world champions: Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly found little substance in the report published in a British newspaper about the World Cup semi-final between India and Pakistan being fixed.

UK hacking scandal widens with Brown, royal claims

The phone hacking scandal exploded with reports of royals and ex-PM also having been hacked.

Sunday Times apologises for disputing Amazon rainforest claim

The Sunday Times has apologised for dubbing as “unsubstantiated” the claim that 40% of Amazon rainforest faces risk from climate change.

South African daily apologises for Muslim slur

A leading daily in South Africa has apologised to its readers for a slur against Muslims in a review on a motor car.