Indian PM uses three-day visit to China to raise the border issues with his Chinese counterpart
Musicians salute the last of the great blues artists, who was rooted in the Mississippi Delta of the 1920s
Viral app Dubsmash lets users blend videos with songs, but experts question its legality
Campaigners argue that quotas are the quickest way to improve female representation, but others warn of unintended consequences
Claims that Apple is working on a mini smartphone to launch with the iPhone 7 have been resurrected
Sterling, bonds and equities surged after the general election - but is this just the calm before the storm?
'Whatever the Iranians have, we will have, too,' Saudi prince warns ahead of impending nuclear deal
Diane Abbott and Sadiq Khan announce their bids to become Labour's London mayoral candidate
American starts world's first crowdfunding page to set up a kingdom in northeast Africa
The term marks a shift from titles that traditionally denoted a person's marital status, profession and gender
Attitudes to wealth and benefits may have helped decide the election. Here's what the Tory win means for personal finance
A look back at some of Mr Burns' best bits from the past 25 years of The Simpsons
Staff and customers sent on an all-expenses-paid trip to Bangkok as a reward for meeting sales targets
Payments would encourage pharmaceutical companies to develop new drugs to fight the looming superbug threat
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