Greece hopes the 2,500-year-old marble fragment, which arrived on loan from an Italian museum, may lead to the reunification in Athens of all surviving Parthenon Sculptures — many of which are in the British Museum.
Right Word | Durand Line: How Afghanistan-Pakistan border is rooted in a tale of treachery and deception
Durand Line is a reminder of how Afghans were cheated by the British and an artificial border was created whose legitimacy is questionable.
Shoojit Sircar delves deep to explain how Sardar Udham serves as an ode to revolutionaries, immortalises Indian struggle for equality
In an exclusive interview, director Shoojit Sircar decodes how Sardar Udham passes the test of time with flying colours in the 21st century
Interspersing English and Korean lyrics, this love song sees the Asian K-Pop singing phenomena hold their own as Chris Martin-led Coldplay bring their distinct brand of grand pop-rock to the experience.
Vaani Kapoor says her character in Ranbir Kapoor-led Shamshera has 'a lot of substance and charisma'
"It is a dream character," Vaani Kapoor, who was recently seen opposite Akshay Kumar in the espionage thriller Bell Bottom, describes her role in Shamshera.
The Quit India Movement was launched by Mahatma Gandhi on 8 August, 1942 at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC).
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey interview leads CBS to beat ABC, NBC viewership for first time
Nielsen company reveals that there had never been a single recorded day since 1991 that CBS This Morning, nor any of its predecessors, beat their two rivals, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today show.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey draws estimated 17.1 mn viewers in the US
Nielsen company said it had the largest audience for any prime-time entertainment special so far this television season.
UN, Britain to co-host global climate summit on 12 December to mark fifth anniversary of Paris Agreement
This summit is intended to increase momentum ahead of the United Nations Climate Change COP 26 to be held in Glasgow in November 2021.
Formula One is working to put on a British Grand Prix in July even if the country imposes quarantine measures on visitors during the COVID-19 crisis, F1 sources said on Sunday.
As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues
The fighting has escalated again in Kashmir. Last Saturday night, two officers and two jawans of the Indian Army and a police sub-inspector were killed in militant violence in Handwara in Kashmir. A day later, three men of the Central Reserve Police Force died in another attack in the same area.
Partition was a historic swindle that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh must see through; steps to undo British wrongdoing necessary
A historical united people’s struggle led by patriotic, modern-minded leaders, like Mustafa Kemal of Turkey or the leaders of Japan after the Meiji Restoration, will be required for bringing about a transformation to lift India from the ranks of underdeveloped to developed countries
Hong Kong plunges into first recession since global financial crisis; protests, trade war take toll on financial hub
Clashes between protesters hurling bricks and petrol bombs at police wielding tear gas and rubber bullets have become a weekly occurrence, hammering Hong Kong's once-solid reputation for stability and safety.
Hong Kong democracy activists challenge emergency law in court which bans masks ahead of Halloween rally
Hong Kong democracy activists went to court on Thursday to challenge an emergency law that bans protesters from wearing masks, as demonstrators vowed to use Halloween parties to defy the restrictions once more
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam announces ban on protesters wearing face masks, invokes emergency powers in bid to end unrest
Hong Kong's leader announced a ban Friday on protesters wearing face masks, invoking colonial-era emergency powers, in a bid to quell months of violent anti-government unrest
Hong Kong to discuss emergency laws including banning of face masks at rallies ahead of planned weekend protests
Hong Kong’s government is expected to discuss sweeping emergency laws on Friday that would include banning face masks at protests
Hong Kong protesters clash with police over the shooting of 18-year-old student as months of demonstrations show no sign of letting up
Hong Kong anti-government demonstrators clashed with police into the early hours of Thursday, venting their anger over a policeman’s shooting and wounding of a teenager earlier in the week
Gandhi remains as independence left him – a consecrated miracle impossible to access, let alone replicate; everywhere, but nowhere.
Hong Kong protesters stage sit-in outside school of 18-year-old who was shot by police during protests on Tuesday
Hundreds of Hong Kongers staged a sit-in on Wednesday outside the school of a protester who was shot by police as authorities said the wounded 18-year-old was now in a stable condition
Hong Kong Police shoots teen in chest during protests on China's 70th anniversary; youth taken to hospital
Hong Kong police shot a protester at close range in the chest Tuesday, leaving the teenager bleeding and howling on the ground.