According to Emirates, the busiest day will be on Friday, 11th December, although high passenger traffic is expected to start today, and will run till 21st December.
It’s going to be a Blue Christmas for millions of Britishers not just in the UK but other parts of Europe as well. Christmas celebrations have been cancelled after Boris Johnson ordered a strict new lockdown for vast swathes of southeast
Our Christmas tree has a knee. “A crooked tree for a crooked year” was my sales pitch when we spotted the bent ponderosa pine on the snowy downslope of Pike National Forest. First just my 6-year-old agreed, and then my wife, and finally
Global cargo logjam deepens and it delays goods bound for retailers, automakers. Besides, Logistics companies reap ‘vaccine economy’ benefits as European Union (EU) gears up for roll-out.
Gaza is overrun with Santas. Traditional Santas welcome children in shops and streets and offer them small gifts and sweets made by Palestinian women. Mobile Santas cruise the streets in open cars and lorries. There is no snow.
Stocks rose in China and were little changed in Japan on Friday with most world markets closed for Christmas holidays. The mixed session followed an advance during Wall Street’s shortened Christmas Eve trading as investors began the holiday
Anyone who knows me knows I have a problem with Christmas. My mother died on Christmas Eve from cancer almost six years ago. The jingly-jangly bells of the season’s cheer bring me nothing but anxiety. The run-up to Christmas is the countdown
Like so many other mugs, I spent $20 last week on Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster film, Tenet, via Amazon Prime. And I was furious at how bad it is. Kenneth Branagh invented a time machine. That’s the premise on which the plot rests.
On of Thailand’s aquarium had a big surprise for little children visiting during Christmas, as Santa Claus swam by with a sack full of food for the fish.