Black

Showing of 21 - 40 from 110 results
Black - Total results - 110
Kaabil's blindness: The real problem with Hrithik Roshan's revenge saga
Bollywood

Kaabil's blindness: The real problem with Hrithik Roshan's revenge saga

The saddest part about Kaabil is that the film replicates, and arguably deepens, the same skewed dynamics that are visible in so many Bollywood depictions of blindness, where women are rendered utterly helpless, while male hero figures are celebrated

Pro-Russian candidate wins first round of Bulgaria's presidential election
| Reuters
World

Pro-Russian candidate wins first round of Bulgaria's presidential election | Reuters

By Tsvetelia Tsolova and Angel Krasimirov | SOFIA SOFIA Socialist-backed candidate Rumen Radev, who has called for an end to European Union sanctions against Russia, has won the first round of Bulgaria's presidential election, partial official results showed on Monday.Radev's close-fought victory over ruling party candidate Tsetska Tsacheva makes the former air force commander favourite to win a run-off on Sunday, a result that could push the Black Sea NATO member state politically closer to Russia.Results from 95 percent of polling stations showed Radev, 53, winning 25.7 percent of the vote. Centre-right candidate Tsacheva, who had been expected to win narrowly, won 22 percent.A Radev victory in the run-off could usher in months of political instability, including a possible snap parliamentary ballot, after Prime Minister Boiko Borisov signalled he may quit if his candidate Tsacheva loses.Bulgaria's president is a largely ceremonial figure, but can also influence policy, veto legislation and sign international treaties.Radev, a jet fighter pilot and novice to politics, has tapped into public anger with political elites and fears about immigration, vowing not to let the Balkan country become a "migrant ghetto".

World Chess Olympiad: India defeat England in eighth round
Sports

World Chess Olympiad: India defeat England in eighth round

India defeated England 2.5-1.5 in the eighth round of the World Chess Olympiad in Baku on Saturday

I'm an independent filmmaker; have freedom to do what I want: 'Sarbjit' director Omung Kumar
Entertainment

I'm an independent filmmaker; have freedom to do what I want: 'Sarbjit' director Omung Kumar

Sarbjit director Omung Kumar says for independent filmmakers, the focus is always on having a good story

Sanjay Leela Bhansali turns 52: Here's a look at the exquisite tapestry of his cinema
Entertainment

Sanjay Leela Bhansali turns 52: Here's a look at the exquisite tapestry of his cinema

The author gives you a rare insight into each of the films, Sanjay Leela Bhansali has offered to date

Saala Khadoos review: A decent film brought to life by Madhavan's knockout performance
Entertainment

Saala Khadoos review: A decent film brought to life by Madhavan's knockout performance

Saala Khadoos is Madhavan's career's finest performance, but the film itself could have been much better.

Viola Davis makes history: First black woman to win Emmy for best actress
Entertainment

Viola Davis makes history: First black woman to win Emmy for best actress

Viola Davis made history on Sunday by becoming the first black woman to win an Emmy for best drama series actress.

Miles Morales as Spider-Man: World on the cusp of change, triumph of 'Global Me' over 'Roots'
Entertainment

Miles Morales as Spider-Man: World on the cusp of change, triumph of 'Global Me' over 'Roots'

Miles Morales then reflects the fundamental reality of our world. But a caveat is on order here: Miles Morales can be Spider Man only in the United States- a veritable immigrant nation and a melting pot.

Bizarre! Prominent African-American activist turns out to be Caucasian, lied for years
World

Bizarre! Prominent African-American activist turns out to be Caucasian, lied for years

Civil rights activist, Rachel Dolezal, has canceled a meeting on Monday where she was expected to speak about the furor sparked over her racial identity.

Premier League makes a profit as cash from TV deals rolls in
Sports

Premier League makes a profit as cash from TV deals rolls in

English Premier League's clubs have recorded the first combined pre-tax profit for 15 years thanks to the soaring value of television deals and a slowdown in players' salaries.

Search continues in military copter crash off Florida that left 11 presumed dead
World

Search continues in military copter crash off Florida that left 11 presumed dead

(Reuters) - Seven Marines and four soldiers were presumed dead after an Army Black Hawk helicopter crashed on a nighttime training mission off the Florida coast, where U.S. military officials were still conducting a search-and-rescue operation on Wednesday afternoon

Scientists discover black hole so big it contradicts growth theory
World

Scientists discover black hole so big it contradicts growth theory

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Scientists say they have discovered a black hole so big that it challenges the theory about how they grow.

U.S. report finds no substitute to gathering bulk intel
World

U.S. report finds no substitute to gathering bulk intel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - No existing technology can fully replace collecting data in bulk to obtain electronic intelligence, but some methods could be developed to improve how information is gathered and used, the U.S. National Research Council said in a report on Thursday. The report, sponsored by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, was in response to President Barack Obama's call last year for a review of potential software-based alternatives to the controversial program.

Indonesia confident AirAsia fuselage discovered, zero in on black box
World

Indonesia confident AirAsia fuselage discovered, zero in on black box

PANGKALAN BUN/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian search teams believe they have found the fuselage of an AirAsia airliner that crashed in the Java Sea two weeks ago, and divers hope calmer waters on Monday will allow them to retrieve the black box flight recorders. Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 lost contact with air traffic control in bad weather on Dec. 28, less than halfway into a two-hour flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore

Indonesia says "pings" detected in search for AirAsia flight recorders
World

Indonesia says "pings" detected in search for AirAsia flight recorders

PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian search and rescue teams hunting for the wreck of an AirAsia passenger jet detected pings they believed were from the plane's black box flight recorders on Friday, 12 days after it went missing with 162 people on board. Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 vanished from radar screens on Dec. 28, less than half way into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.

AirAsia jet tail found underwater, black box may be close by
World

AirAsia jet tail found underwater, black box may be close by

JAKARTA/PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia (Reuters) - The tail of a crashed AirAsia jet has been found upturned on the sea bed about 30 km (20 miles) from the plane's last known location, Indonesia's search and rescue agency said on Wednesday, indicating the crucial black box recorders may be nearby. Flight QZ8501 vanished from radar screens over the northern Java Sea on Dec. 28, less than half-way into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.

Search teams battle rough weather in hunt for AirAsia wreck
World

Search teams battle rough weather in hunt for AirAsia wreck

PANGKALAN BUN/SURABAYA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Ships and aircraft criss-crossed the seas off Borneo on Friday hunting for the wreck of an Indonesia AirAsia passenger jet, but bad weather again hindered the search for the plane and the black box flight recorders that should reveal why it crashed.

Kiev, rebels exchange POWs; trains, buses to Crimea suspended
World

Kiev, rebels exchange POWs; trains, buses to Crimea suspended

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's government and pro-Russian separatists on Friday began an exchange of hundreds of prisoners of war while Kiev said it would suspend all train and bus service to Crimea, effectively creating a transportation blockade to and from the region. The agreement to swap 125 Ukrainian servicemen for 225 rebels followed peace talks between envoys of Ukraine, Russia, the separatists and European security watchdog Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) on Wednesday

Venezuela currency controls make Scotch cheap as milk, syringes go short
World

Venezuela currency controls make Scotch cheap as milk, syringes go short

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan shoppers line up outside a Caracas liquor store to buy bottles of Buchanan's 12-year Scotch whisky at half the usual cost, a deal made possible by a state subsidy that gave cheap dollars to import them. The same subsidy, provided under the country's three-tiered exchange control system, helps a Caracas merchant do thriving business in Canadian pines - a Christmas luxury in the sweltering tropical nation. The socialist government of President Nicolas Maduro has even used the controls to subsidize Barbie dolls for Christmas shoppers by offering an exchange rate subsidy to toy importers.

Passion for acting helped me rise from bankruptcy: Big B
Entertainment

Passion for acting helped me rise from bankruptcy: Big B

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has seen highs and lows in his journey from being Bollywood's "angry young man” to its "Shahenshah”. The actor says his determination and focus helped him emerge from the brink of bankruptcy.