Madhura Nagendra, in red, joins in with India's parade

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The woman who gatecrashed India's parade at the Olympic opening ceremony apologised today for her "error of judgement" and said she did not breach security at the London Games.

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Who's that girl?

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Unilever site closures to eliminate hundreds of jobs

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Unilever to axe jobs and close factories but still puts £40m into main site

Hundreds of jobs are set to be lost at consumer goods giant Unilever under plans to close a number of sites, although its biggest factory will receive a £40m investment boost.

Jobs threat in Unilever proposals

Hundreds of jobs are set to be lost at consumer goods giant Unilever under plans to close a number of sites, although its biggest factory will receive a £40 million investment boost.

British businessman dies in suspected crocodile attack in India

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Briton dead and second missing after horror crocodile attack in India

The body of a British man who went missing whilst holidaying with a friend on a crocodile infested river in India has been found.

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Indian ministers quit after watching porn video clip

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Scottish Ballet Double Bill, Playhouse, Edinburgh<br/>Sriyah, King's Theatre, Edinburgh

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Sriyah, King's Theatre , Edinburgh

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Morgan's trip home ends in victory without much honour

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