Bollywood actress and her pop star husband were named the best dressed of 2019 by People magazine on Wednesday.
My street is 322 meters (352 yards) long and over a century old, with late Victorian brick fronts, all similar in architectural style. But inside each house is a unique story.
According to the latest report by the UN agency titled, 'Global Estimates of Modern Slavery', 28 million of these people were in forced labour and 22 million were trapped in forced marriage.
We live in an age of discord and distrust, much of it fueled by the splintering of our media landscape and the sheer volume of circulating information — and misinformation. But there is also a deeper fracturing of what we used to think
I bought a new pair of sunglasses last May. They’re sat in their little pouch in my bedside table and have never been worn. It’s not even like they were expensive. Whenever it’s sunny up here in Manchester, which let’s be honest, isn’t very often, I whip
Resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. I don’t know who first said that, but they’re right. They’re also full of it. According to this mantra — which often substitutes “unforgiveness” for the word resentment
The humble Victorian pier is undergoing a radical transformation, thanks to passionate volunteers who are forming community hubs and rethinking how we use piers to relax and entertain.
Before I went to bed for a good night’s doze, my wife and I spent a few minutes praying to the Almighty for all that he has done in the past and what he is doing to keep us moving. One thing we don’t hope to mention is the life that he has given us despite the hurdles and challenges. I take a sigh when I jot this down.
Part of the things that make life worthwhile for some people is being married and having a family. The coming together of two people to be one under certain laws is what marriage often means. Often, married people tend to live together.
China on Monday defended its vast network of re-education camps in Xinjiang and said it would continue “training” residents, following explosive government document leaks detailing surveillance and control of the region’s Uighur population.