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British 'barbarians' need manners lesson, says China paper

British 'barbarians' need manners lesson, says China paper

The remarks made headlines worldwide on Wednesday but were initially largely censored in China, blacked out of BBC World transmissions.

Rudeness row: China paper says Britain most frequently `reveals its underwear` and `exposes itself`

Rudeness row: China paper says Britain most frequently `reveals its underwear` and `exposes itself`

The British media is riddled with "barbarians" who would benefit from a lesson in manners from China`s ancient civilisation, a state-run newspaper said Thursday after Queen Elizabeth II called some Chinese officials "very rude".

UK media rakes up Modi's past

UK media rakes up Modi's past

Important British newspapers like The Guardian, The Times and the The Independent gave quite a space for the controversies surrounding Narendra Modi.

Islamic State teenager said to be UK's youngest suicide bomber

A 17-year old who left northern England to join Islamic State was reported to have become Britain`s youngest suicide bomber when he blew himself up in a car in northern Iraq, British media said after the militants posted pictures on social media.

Liverpool's Glen Johnson out for a month with groin injury

Liverpool's Glen Johnson out for a month with groin injury

 Liverpool defender Glen Johnson will be out for around a month with a groin injury, British media reported on Wednesday.

Woman found beheaded in London garden

A woman has been found beheaded in a back garden in north London with police saying the killing was not related to a terrorist act. The body was found in Edmonton after police were called just after 1pm by residents who had seen a man armed with a knife.

India vs England: English press slams India`s abject surrender

The Indian cricket team found itself at the receiving end of scathing criticism by the British media following its humiliating innings and 244-run drubbing in the fifth and final Test at the Oval with Geoffrey Boycott calling the visiting batsmen "lambs to the slaughter".

Brit media says England`s glory days are over

While Australians rejoice at their cricket team`s rise like a phoenix from the Ashes with a second Test win in Adelaide, the English are burying themselves in gloom as evidenced by reports in the British media.

For British media India was the best team, deserved winners

British media on Monday lauded India for claiming the Champions Trophy, describing Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s men as the most "vibrant" side and "deserved" winners of the prestigious title.

4,600 tonnes of gold kept hidden in UK bank's secret vaults

With 197 billion pounds worth of gold stacked floor to ceiling, the Bank of England's high security vault is one of the most valuable rooms on Earth, British media reported Thursday.

Daily Mirror faces legal action over phone hacking

The publishers of the British media firm the Daily Mirror have become embroiled in the phone hacking scandal.

British press hails Pataudi

British press hailed late former cricket captain Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi not only as one of India`s most successful Test captains but also a leading batsmen.

British media, NRIs welcome Hazare`s achievement

Anna Hazare`s crusade against corruption has attracted a great deal of attention in the British media and among the NRI community which on Sunday welcomed the end of his fast.

India simply weren`t up for the fight: British media

British media heaped praise for completing a whitewash of India, which lacked fighting spirit and now face a long walk back from the "embarrassing" defeat.

`A new Gandhi`: British media on Hazare campaign

The British media described Anna Hazare`s campaign as "stunningly successful".

British media lavishes praise on Sai Baba

British media on Monday described
Sathya Sai Baba, who passed away in Andhra Pradesh`s
Puttaparthi yesterday, as one of the most enigmatic and
remarkable religious figures of the last century.

British media blames Eng WC exit on tiring int`l schedule

"Donkeys on their last legs plod home" -- read a headline in the British media as it blamed hectic scheduling for the England team`s quarterfinal exit.

India-Eng tie sparks new life into WC: Media

The World Cup match between India and England at Bangalore, which ended in a thrilling tie, has sparked a new life into the tournament, British media reported on Monday.

British media considers China a threat

Business leaders in UK see China as a place of opportunity, said a survey.

British media mock India for Games disaster

From raising issues of child labour to pointing to the "agonisingly inefficient infrastructure", the British media Thursday launched a scathing attack on the poor preparedness for the CWG that will begin in New Delhi Oct 3.