There’s a report in your daily about how India needs to find a solution to its water crises. In the same breath, there is another column whose title is New Delhi should update its climate targets. The sentiment behind the two stories is completely opposite. While the one about water is dire and paints the picture of a living hell, the one about the targets is anything but.
White supremacy and its ideology is on the rise, unabashedly metastasizing and leaving a trail of casualties in its wake.
Around 300 cooks are competing in 40 different dishes over three days at North Korea's national cooking competition, with the winners receiving cookbooks and equipment as well as diplomas and medals.
Vuong Duy Bao believes Hmong heritage belongs to the Hmong people, a tightknit minority originally from China who proudly cling to customs wherever they settle, from California to Minnesota, Laos and Thailand.
For smartphone-wielding hordes of tourists, Hong Kong boasts a host of must-have Instagram locations — but crowds of snap-happy travellers are testing local patience and transforming once quaint pockets of the bustling metropolis.
Women are, on an average, 30 per cent less likely to be called for a job interview than men, even if they have similar qualifications, say researchers.
A fashion data organisation aims to crack down on slavery and worker abuse by mapping every clothing and footwear factory in the world, with a free, open-source tool.
A 70-year-old man here rides long distances daily with 24 smartphones on his bicycle to chase his passion: hunting Pokemons.
Amazon Echo with in-built Alexa or Google Home smart speakers can not only play your favourite songs at home but can also assist doctors during medical procedures, say researchers.