The Indianpost

Smart meters save just £23 as energy taxes and bills rise

So-called smart meters, digital devices which will be installed in all households and businesses, are designed to end

Taiwan’s AsusTek launches Android-powered tablet

AsusTek Computer unveiled a sleek tablet computer on Friday, after the Taiwanese firm saw the sales of its once popular line of mini-laptops

Samsung Galaxy S Plus leaked

At about half the cost of other 4G Smartphone service plans today, consumers can have it all with MetroPCS’ $50 and $60 4GLTE Smartphone service plans

Stress tests to reveal scale of hole in banking sector

The Minister for Finance will propose a ground-breaking restructuring of the banks today as the results of Central Bank stress tests will signal

Ireland’s Black Thursday: Bank of Ireland faces nationalisation

Bank of Ireland, Ireland’s oldest bank, is facing the prospect of being nationalised on Thursday afternoon – one event on a day that is expected

Libyan foreign minister Moussa Koussa defects

Moussa Koussa flew into Britain

Governor of riot jail warned in advance of alcohol and drug problems

Around 40 inmates took part in a New Year’s Day mutiny at Ford Prison near Arundel, West Sussex, which saw buildings torched after an attempted

Philanthropist saves £15m Francisco de Zurbarán paintings for the nation

Mr Ruffer, who is reportedly worth £100m, bought 13 paintings of Jacob and his sons from the Church of England and immediately gave them back to the Church as a gift

Channel Ten announces royal wedding coverage

Its coverage begins with a telemovie William & Kate featuring Camilla Luddington as Kate Middleton and Nico Evers-Swindell as the prince, on Wednesday

RADIO 1 ANNOUNCES FURTHER ACTS FOR BIG WEEKEND

They have followed that up this morning by announcing many more artists who will play on the In Music We Trust Stage

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