Boris Johnson"s Bollywood jolly: After six-day trade visit to secure jobs in London, the Mayor is still best known in India for hanging from THAT…

After a six-day trade visit to secure jobs in London, Boris is still best known in India for hanging from THAT zipwireLondon Mayor Boris Johnson joined in a game of 23-a-side football with children from the slums of MumbaiHe visited to see the work of charity Magic Bus, which was set up by a British organisation By Matt Chorley and Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 06:40 GMT, 30 November 2012 | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 30 November 2012 He is supposed to be drumming up major foreign investment for London. But after a six-day photo-opportunity packed tour across India, Boris Johnson is still best known as the man who got stuck on a zipwire, according to one of the country’s top talk show hosts. Many people in India have not recognised the mop-haired Mayor at all, and some have mistaken him for tennis star Boris Becker and even the King of England

Attacker beat MS sufferer so savagely she spent three weeks in a coma and was unrecognisable to relatives

Attacker beat MS sufferer so savagely she spent three weeks in a coma and was unrecognisable to relativesHeather McQueen, 53, was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise herThe 53-year-old multiple sclerosis sufferer was set upon in her own home Durham police are still hunting the attacker which left her in a coma | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 29 November 2012 Battered: Heather McQueen was beaten so severely her own sister did not recognise her A disabled woman attacked in her own home was left with such severe injuries her own family did not recognise her.

Is this a wind-up? Volunteer is banned from climbing ladder to wind church clock after 40 years in health and safety clamp-down

Is this a wind-up Volunteer is banned from climbing ladder to wind church clock after 40 years in health and safety clamp-down | UPDATED: 11:26 GMT, 26 November 2012 A pensioner who has climbed a ladder to wind a church clock for more than 40 years has been banned from the tradition due to health and safety concerns. Tom Monk, 82, started winding the clock of St Nicolas Church in Witham, Essex way back in 1969. Every week, without fail, for nearly half a century Mr Monk has gone up the same wooden stepladder to be able to reach the winder handle for his church clock and turn it 400 times.