British couple found dead in India hotel room

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This picture MANDATORY CREDIT: Barry Chapman/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Paul Goldstein's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission  Mandatory Credit: Photo by Barry Chapman/REX (3612933k)  Paul Goldstein trains in his tiger suit near the Taj Mahal, Agra  Paul Goldstein trains for epic British charity runs, Agra, India - 01 Mar 2014  FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/omvl  He has already climbed Kilimanjaro in his ten-foot tiger suit and roared through nine marathons - but now wildlife photographer is about to embark on his most ferocious challenge yet.  These stunning pictures show the Exodus safari guide training near the Taj Mahal for a punishing week-long charity challenge that will see him run the Brighton marathon, make his way to London on foot, then run the London marathon - all wearing the iconic big cat on his back.  There will also be the small matter of presenting a lecture on endangered predators and wildlife photography at London's Royal Institution on the Thursday inbetween.  Paul has raised over  100,000 for his beloved tiger charity 'Worth More Alive' in Bandhavgarh, India.  The Wimbledon-based 52-year-old explains: "I have two wonderful young sons. I would like them to see a tiger in the wild when they are a little older."

The hotel was near the Taj Mahal (Picture: REX)

A British couple in their 20s have been found dead in a hotel room in India.

The bodies were discovered in Hotel Maya in the city of Agra, near the Taj Mahal.

Indian police believe the deaths are linked to a drug overdose.

Officers have identified them as James Oliver, 28, and Alexendra Nichola Gaskel, 24, from their passports.

The two had come to India in July, it has been reported.

They arrived in the hotel on Saturday October 18.

Hotel staff informed the police on Tuesday morning when there was no response from their room.

The bodies have been taken away for a post-mortem examination.

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