Kohinoor Diamond May Return To India

History of the legendary Koh-i-Noor diamondThe jewel in the British crown, the 106 carat Kohinoor diamond will be brought back announces the Indian government, when just a few days back the solicitor general announced that it would not seek a return. The Solicitor General of India said that Britain need not return the diamond as it was given free by Maharaja Ranjit Singh and was not stolen or taken by force by the British. Indian see this as a subjugation of colonial rule, and the return of the diamond would be compensation for the economic exploitation. The culture ministry said that the Indian government will take steps to bring the diamond back.

Explosion At Petrochemical Plant In Mexico

452052-mexico-oil-blast-afpThe petrochemical facility, Pemex exploded killing three people and leaving dozens injured turning the sky black. The Veracruz governor said that nearly 60 people were injured in the incident. The explosion happened around 3 pm on Wednesday at Chlorinate-3 plant which is considered to be the leading oil export hub. The local television informed that hundreds were evacuated from the place. The initial burst of flames was shown on television. The residents are requested to stay away from the site due to the harms of toxic fumes. The chief executive of Pemex Jose Antonio Gonzalez will be travelling to the location to oversee the activities.

Queen Photographed With Her Great Grandchildren

EDITORS NOTE - EMBARGOED, RELEASABLE ON APRIL 21, 2016 at 0001 GMT - THIS RESTRICTION APPLIES TO ALL MEDIA, INCLUDING WEBSITES This handout portrait picture taken by US photographer Annie Liebovitz shows Queen Elizabeth II (C) posing with her two grandchildren, James, Viscount Severn (L) and Lady Louise (2L) and her five great-grandchildren Mia Tindall (holding handbag), Savannah Philipps (3R), Isla Phillips (R), Prince George (2R) and Princess Charlotte (C) in the Green Drawing room at Windsor Castle in Windsor. This picture is one of three official photographs released by Buckingham Palace to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday. / AFP PHOTO / ANNIE LIEBOVITZ / Annie Leibovitz / EDITORS NOTE - EMBARGO, RELEASABLE ON APRIL 21, 2016 at 0001 GMT - THIS RESTRICTION APPLIES TO ALL MEDIA, INCLUDING WEBSITES RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / 2016 ANNIE LIEBOVITZ " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NOT TO BE USED AFTER MAY 12, 2016 / ANNIE LEIBOVITZ/AFP/Getty Images
The Queen celebrated her 90th birthday amidst her great grandkids. Celebrity lens person Annie Leibovitz captured the small moment on the lens. The Queen and her five great grandkids and two grandchildren were captured on lens. The portrait is a celebrated one with the Duke of Duchess’ 11-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte on the lap of the Queen. Around the Queen were Prince George, Mia daughter of Zara Phillip, Peter Phillips’ daughters and the children of Earl and Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor. The Queen was last photographed for Crowngate Exploded, BBC documentary showcasing sub-rosa footage. Other official pictures include Queen at the Windsor Castle of stone terrace with her dogs and other with Princess Royal, her daughter.