Forty-seven-year-old Mohammad Sultan is a worried man. The Srinagar taxi owner bought a brand new Toyota Crysta car for Rs 19 lakh, exclusively for tourists right at the start of the Amarnath Yatra in July.
NASA has activated an atomic clock that could enable spacecraft to safely navigate themselves in deep space rather than rely on the time-consuming process of receiving directions from Earth.
The Austrian capital Vienna has retained its ranking as the world's most liveable city, according to an annual report from the Economist.
The Bahamas, devastated by Hurricane Dorian, is an English-speaking archipelago located between Florida, Cuba and Haiti, which lives mainly from tourism and enjoys close relations with the United States.
The remote corner of Indonesia is set to be transformed from a forest backwater on the island of Borneo to a global city — a new capital of a country whose 260 million people make it the world's fourth most populous.
People come from all over Japan to climb to the summit of Mount Fuji to see the sunrise.
With a midnight walk in the graveyard and the chance to play some show tunes on the church organ, "champers" — short for church campers — make the most of the experience.
Skimming low over the gleaming white glaciers on Greenland's coast in a modified 1940s plane, three NASA scientists, led by an Elvis-impersonating oceanographer, waited to drop a probe into the water beneath them.
Holidaymakers splash in the turquoise waters of the Rosignano Solvay beach in Tuscany and laze on its pristine white sands -- most of them fully aware that the picture-perfect swimming spot owes its allure to a nearby factory.