Regret

  • One day on, Bartoli has 'no regrets' about retirement August 16, 2013

    Cincinnati: Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli said she was having no second thoughts about her shock decision to retire from tennis and was looking forward to starting a new chapter in her life. Bartoli, 28, stunned the tennis world 12 hours earlier when she left the court after a second-round defeat at...
  • French regret 'inadvertent' killing of two Indians in Africa March 26, 2013

    Durban: French President Francois Hollande has written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh expressing regret over the "inadvertent" killing of two Indians in the Central African Republic, where a rebel leader seized power during the weekend. Six other Indians were injured in the hostilities in the country's capital Bangui, where the French...
  • Not enough travel, wrong partner biggest lifetime regrets November 23, 2012

    London: People spend more than two hours a week dwelling on regrets, with not having travelled enough as the most common cause of remorse, a new UK study has found. More than half of those surveyed admitted wishing they had made a different life choice at some point, such as...
  • Christmas present peekers in for regret December 22, 2010

    London: About one in three British adults already know what they will receive for Christmas - because they have snuck a peek at their presents, a new study showed this week. The survey of 1,000 people by British insurance company insurastore.com showed that 37 percent of British adults admitted to searching...
  • Minister sacked over illegal marriage returns ebuliant December 11, 2008

    Chandigarh: Chander Mohan, dropped as Haryana deputy chief minister after his controversial second marriage, finally surfaced Wednesday and said he had no regrets about losing his job and was "feeling at top of the world". In love, Chander Mohan, 43, converted to Islam secretly last month and married his beloved, Anuradha...
  • Watch: Bush regrets some things he said in power November 12, 2008

    New Delhi: For all those Bushisms, outgoing US President George Bush says he regrets saying a lot of things he shouldn't have said. "I regret saying certain things I shouldn't have said like "bring em on", "dead or alive". My wife reminded me that as President of the United States,...
  • North Korea ‘sorry’ for nuke test October 20, 2006

    Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong Il said Pyongyang didn't plan to carry out any more nuclear tests and expressed regret about the country's first-ever atomic detonation last week, a South Korean news agency reported Friday. North Korea, however, kept up its bellicose rhetoric as more than 100,000 people gathered Friday...