Millions of animals have suffered a brutal death in Australia's bushfire.
Sam Mitchell balanced himself on a eucalyptus branch 30 feet above the ground as his meaty right fist clutched a koala, which wailed like a pig with breathing problems.
It is heartening that humanitarian organisations in the UAE are joining forces to raise funds and help those impacted by the unprecedented bush fires raging across Australia.
The few who stayed behind in Towamba to fight spot flames and stop embers from setting their homes alight gathered on Saturday in the village hall, where supplies had been prepared and someone's vintage 1932 Chevrolet parked for safety.
India has celebrated the 75th year of Independence and the country is in a confident and energetic mood. Many Indians believe that the country is poised to do better than it had done in the past. This mood finds voice in the country’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. He is the confident and energetic leader, who is passionate about
In two and a half weeks’ time, this country is going to go through a ritual that has become far too familiar. A new prime minister is going to take the short drive back from Buckingham Palace and stand outside 10 Downing Street, and say the words, “Her Majesty the Queen has asked me to form a government.” And that person
Early last week someone sent me an article on how to deal with an abuser. It was written by someone who apparently knew a thing or two about psychology but I didn’t agree with any of the methods described. Now an abuser can be your spouse, parent, child, partner, sibling or employer. But unfortunately, not everyone
The terrorist attack on a Kabul mosque in which a number of people died including children is highly condemnable (“At least 21 killed in Kabul mosque blast,” Aug.17, Gulf Today website). People of Afghanistan have sacrificed everything in the fight against terrorism in the country. A Taliban police spokesman in Afghanistan’s