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The princess who will be worth £1bn before she’s 10
London

The princess who will be worth £1bn before she’s 10

    She is to the glamour born. The arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child marks the beginning of a new era of girl power for the Royal family. It has been almost 65 years since the last princess was born into such a prominent position within the House of Windsor. And while Anne, the Princess Royal, born in 1950 in an age before the internet, was something of a “sporty spice”, going on to compete in the Olympic Games, the new princess is already being viewed as likely to be a more glamorous, more romantic leading lady. Her every move, her every dress and her every hairstyle is certain to be scrutinised, studied and copied across the globe. Welcome to life as a princess in the 21st century. One retail expert has already estimated that the new princess wi...
Britain youngest Princess picture published: Spends First Day At Palace
ENGLISH, London

Britain youngest Princess picture published: Spends First Day At Palace

Sumon Ahmed: The Royal family youngest princess who newly born, her photograph has published. After proudly showing off the baby princess to the world as they left the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London yesterday just 10 hours after her birth, the couple returned to Kensington Palace. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spending their first day at home as a family of four, as it is widely thought they may reveal the name of their baby daughter later. William and Kate announced the name of their first child, Prince George, the day after the royal couple left hospital in July 2013, so could do the same for their daughter. The Cambridges are expected to remain at the palace for a few days before they travel to their country retreat, Anmer Hall in Norfolk. Their daughter, who is four...
Govt using state to curb media
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Govt using state to curb media

    The ruling party in Bangladesh is using state mechanisms to curb the media, says a report published by London-based rights group Article 19. The report finds that violation of freedom of expression in Bangladesh rose alarmingly to over 33 percent in 2014, what was 12.5% in the previous year. “An overall 23% were carried out by the police, special forces such as the Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) and detective branch of police,” the report said. The report was released today on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, reflecting on how the past year went for journalists in Bangladesh. “The report did not record a single conviction for violence against journalists in 2014,” it reads. “The report worrying patterns of insufficient legal action against attacks on journalists...
Forger arrested after liking wanted poster on Facebook
ENGLISH, Technology

Forger arrested after liking wanted poster on Facebook

    The 23-year old man, wanted on forgery charges, was arrested after he “liked” the local his wanted poster on the Cascade County Crimestoppers Facebook page. Reardon was one of the most wanted local criminals, having been accused of stealing a wallet and cashing forged cheques. Police, who had been stumped in their efforts to find him, turned to social media to enlist the public’s help. They were perhaps slightly surprised to find a “like” posting from Levi Charles Reardon. Apparently he realised he had made a mistake and tried to scrub his posting. However the Great Falls Tribune had already grabbed a screenshot and Reardon was arrested a week ago. Facebook has been the downfall of a few would-be criminal masterminds in the US who might be well advised to choose anoth...