Coronavirus and home quarantine: Do you qualify, how to get supplies and all the rules you and your family should follow
Here's what you need to know about preparing for home quarantine for yourself or a family member
Donald Trump and Republican allies vow to 'make China pay' for coronavirus, but Beijing's sovereign immunity makes threats ring hollow
On Monday, Donald Trump claimed China could have stopped the novel coronavirus before it swept the globe and said his administration was conducting "serious investigations" into what happened.
Trump to attend 'Howdy Modi' event: US president, seeking to burnish image ahead of 2020, banks heavily on Indian-Americans
With Donald Trump's popularity hovering in the high 30s and the low 40s in most polls, and with House Democrats stepping up their impeachment inquiry, the US president is keen to seize any opportunity to raise his profile.
Game of Thrones season 8 trailer signals gruesome end for fan favourites; who will live and who will die?
Now that the dust has somewhat settled, let's examine the Game of Thrones Season 8 trailer in depth and play out the arc for our fearless heroes and heels based on the two-minute preview.
Manny Pacquiao vs Adrien Broner: Filipino icon shows flashes of past brilliance; is return bout with Floyd Mayweather next?
While Pacquiao certainly isn't the whirlwind of fists and feints that reduced to rubble elite level-competition during his dream run from 2007 to 2012, he's far from finished.
Every frame of the Game of Thrones season 8 teaser trailer, analysed | #ForTheThrone
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder: Sickening to see Gypsy King's Rocky Balboa-esque comeback derailed by incompetent judging
Tyson Fury is Rocky Balboa come to life. He's battled adversity and discrimination, from growing up poor and fighting for scraps to being denied service in restaurants on account of his Gypsy roots
UFC 229: Impressive Khabib Nurmagomedov extends winning run as Conor McGregor fails to shake off ring rust
McGregor, in honourable defeat, will find his stock rising even higher. Nurmagomedov, in victory, might have made himself the villain of the piece. Will there be a rematch? Bet on it.
If I had to give the producers of the show Troy: Fall of a City just one piece of advice, it would have been this: Don't rush it.
Money Heist is, without doubt, the most binge-able show on Netflix.
Troy: Fall of a City is the story of Helen of Troy, the woman who launched a thousand ships, and brought 100,000 warriors to battle against 75,000 Trojans.
ESPN 30 for 30 Nature Boy Ric Flair review: Equal parts tragedy and triumph, this docu a must watch for wrestling fans
The new ESPN documentary chronicling Ric Flair's life is an essential watch for all wrestling fans.
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee review: Jerry Seinfeld's show, now on Netflix, is a bittersweet offering
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is a delicious little brew. If only it didn't leave such a bitter aftertaste.
US shutdown ends: In backing down to Republicans, weak Democrats show they don't deserve return to power
It was as predictable as it was sad. After 69 hours of defiance, the Democrats voted to reopen the US government late Monday. They blinked. They caved. They choked (insert appropriate sports-related metaphor here). And what did they receive in return? Republican "assurances" that the Senate would have a clean vote on "Dreamers", the roughly 700,000 young people were brought to the United States illegally as children, mainly from Mexico and Central America.
Satyapal Singh's evolution remarks: Monkeying around with education will make Indian students a laughing stock
On Friday, Union minister Satyapal Singh claimed that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution was "scientifically wrong" and it needed to be changed in school and college curriculum.
Donald Trump's week on Twitter: US president slammed Pakistan, Palestine, took credit for absence of plane crashes
After returning from his New Year's vacation, Donald Trump took stock of his first year as president. Upon sober reflection, he decided it was time to hunker down. Roll up his sleeves and get to work. To dispense with the 4 am bathroom brain farts he calls tweets and turn over a new leaf. To bring dignity and gravitas back to the Oval Office. Just kidding.
The Indian Detective review: Russell Peters' Netflix dramedy peddles tired cliches, misses the mark entirely
If it was bad, at least I could have derived some sadistic joy from its awfulness.
There's probably a great hour-and-a-half's worth documentary buried in the six-hour show Wormwood, which by the close, becomes a chore.
La Casa De Papel review: This delightful Netflix Spanish heist drama will leave you begging for more
La Casa De Papel is told through the eyes of a young thiefTokyo, who is on the run and mourning the death of her boyfriend, who was her partner in crime.
Vijender Singh's all-win record is an ode to his skill, but he must dare to fight better opponents to court lasting greatness
It is a question only Vijender is prepared to answer. How great does he want to be? And what is he willing to risk? If he wants greatness, he's going to have to go out and land himself a name opponent. And be prepared to risk it all.