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A sea of colours and tradition of the Sikh culture inundated Times Square, the crossroads of the world, as members of the community tied turbans to thousands of New Yorkers and tourists in an annual fixture aimed at spreading awareness about the Sikh identity. Sikh organisation 'The Sikhs of New York' organised the annual Turban Day...
Using cryptography and virtual drop boxes, Julian Assange's WikiLeaks created a revolutionary new model for media to lure massive digitized leaks from whistleblowers, exposing everything from US military secrets to wealthy tax-dodgers' illicit offshore accounts. Assange's arrest in London Thursday on a US extradition request to face charges of computer crimes could spell the end of 13-year-old WikiLeaks. But his...
A Pakistani-origin British woman who joined ISIS in Syria and attempted to recruit other Western girls to become so-called jihadi brides wants to return to the UK to live a "normal life". Tooba Gondal, who was born in France and grew up in the UK, has claimed that it was a "relief" to leave ISIS territory, where there...
The countdown for the elections has begun and so has planning for the trip back home to vote for many who can afford it -- and also for some who can barely manage the funds and the time to do so. While there are those who have get fresh voter IDs for...
Bollywood stars are often blamed for not taking a stand on politically divisive issues, unlike their peers in Hollywood. But once past their prime, stars of the Mumbai film industry are known to think of politics as the next career option. Urmila Matondkar is the latest among them. Some of the former stars, such as Jaya...
This is where Jawaharlal Nehru and V P Singh dropped by, where a young Amitabh Bachchan rode up on his cycle for conversation and maybe some coffee. Six decades later, history still meets politics everyday at the Indian Coffee House where debate brews with every event on the news horizon. With its arched facade and high ceiling, it looks...
Jos Buttler has now been 'Mankaded' twice in his senior competitive career while Ravichandran Ashwin has hit the 'Bull's Eye' in his second attempt after an aborted one seven years back. The two protagonists in the latest episode of 'Mankading and the ensuing Spirit of Cricket debate', have been there and done that. On February 21,...
With election fever gradually gripping the country, tour operators in Gujarat have come up with special packages for foreign tourists wishing to experience various Lok Sabha polls related events in the state during the campaign period. From attending political rallies to meeting candidates, around 20 tour operators in the state will provide guided tours...
Indians are not as happy in 2019 as they were in 2018 and the country figures at 140th place, seven spots down from last year, on this year's United Nations World Happiness Report released Wednesday which is topped by Finland for the second year in a row. Surprisingly, Pakistan is...
A business (also known as an enterprise, a company or a firm) is an organizational entity involved in the provision of goods and services to consumers.Businesses serve as a form of economic activity, and are prevalent in capitalist economies, where most of them are privately owned and provide goods...