When Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui walks the red carpet at Cannes he may take a moment to ponder just how far he has come and where he is headed.
The French government has bestowed Takeshi Kamo, the Head Chef of La Residence, with the Order of Agricultural Merit on Friday, May 5, 2018, for his contribution in the development and promotion of French cuisine in Cambodia.
The medical fraternity is trying to unravel the unusual rate of twin births in Kodinhi, a tiny village in southern Kerala state where some 2,000 families have over 450 pairs of twins. DW’s Murali Krishnan reports.
In the age where instant gratification is the norm, no one can put a price on convenience – and nothing can beat the convenience of being able to get a refreshing pick-me-up in the middle of the day without the risk of getting drenched by the downpour or parched by the heat of the midday sun.
Hailing from the Horn of Africa, brothers Kirubel Mengiste and Natnael Menwoyelet are now in Cambodia to stage their superb acrobatic act starting tomorrow at the NABA Theatre at Naga2. Agnes Alpuerto gives a preview of what to expect from this dynamic duo named The Icarian Gamers.
India should follow China’s example and clean up the air in its cities, says WHO.
Rapper Kanye West’s remarks about slavery being a choice were criticised yesterday by campaigners as disrespectful to victims and damaging to global efforts to eradicate the crime.
Cambodia isn’t called the Kingdom of Wonder solely because of the majestic beauty of its ancient temples and landscapes.
US actress Meghan Markle will join Britain’s royal family when she marries Prince Harry this month but before she can become a British citizen, it will help her to know how big the Lake District is and the age of “Big Ben”.
Jenni Hirku, the founder of Women in Tech Conference, speaks to gauge the benefits of exacting a cultural change in the male-dominated industry.
Jessler Magbanua has been sculpting elaborate sand castles for tourist tips on the Philippine resort island of Boracay for years, but now that it is shut for clean-up he will have to switch to mixing cement.
Neon sign maker Wu Chi-kai is one of the last craftsmen of his kind in Hong Kong.
With a facade that looks more at home in a photoshopped picture of Paris than in the tropics, the Elysee sticks out like a sore thumb.
Prime ministers of France and Australia urge not to forget the horrors of World War I.
A little less than a month before her royal wedding to Britain’s Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has said “I do” – on television.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South’s President Moon Jae-in have followed paths to power as radically different as their two countries, but they will come together at a summit in the Demilitarised Zone on Friday.
Symbolism will be the main course of a banquet at Friday’s inter-Korean summit, Seoul revealed yesterday, with a menu featuring Pyongyang’s signature dish and food from the home towns of the South’s leaders at previous meetings.
Kate, the wife of Prince William, gave birth to a baby son yesterday, the couple’s third child who is fifth in line to the British throne.
Yara al-Hasbani was putting the finishing touches to her make-up for a performance of “Romeo and Juliet” in Damascus when she found out her father had been tortured to death.
Verne Troyer, best known for his role as Mini-Me in the “Austin Powers” movies, died Saturday. He was 49.