The 16-year-old student was paid $100 for the shorn hair, money she’ll use to help her family...
A German GDP contraction, weak Chinese industrial output and an inversion of the US yield curve all seem to strengthen fears of a global slowdown and the world community needs to take a serious note of it. Also highlighting the seriousness of the issue is the fact that stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic
The number of Indians in the middle class, or those earning between $10 and $20 a day, shrunk by about 32 million, compared with the number that could have been reached in the absence of a pandemic, the Pew Research Centre said.
"On Tuesday evening, a Santa Teresa agent utilizing camera technology observed a smuggler dropping two young children from the top of the approximately 14-foot-high (four-meter-high) border barrier," CBP said in a statement.
Men have bungled, let women rule. We were given an hour to prepare our speeches on the motion at a university contest. Six of us were asked to defend the topic, six counter it. I was part of the latter.
The call from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to wealthy countries not to hoard surplus COVID-19 vaccine supplies merits mention. Ramaphosa has also urged that global productions should be shared more equally. Africa has been struggling
Indumati Shivaraj’s routine has been the same for more than a decade — at dawn she walks to her “master’s” house, mucks out the cattle shed, cleans the tools and sweeps the yard. Four hours later, she walks home. Besides a cup of tea each day, Shivaraj,
The glory days of Le Cirque de l'Equateur, Gabon's only circus troupe -- and its only circus school -- have long passed and there is no longer enough funding for even cursory safety equipment.
A 22-year-old Indian man allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a moving train in Kanpur. The man reportedly had failed to fulfil his promise of gifting a bicycle to his sister on Raksha Bandhan.
Lebanon is gasping for breath. That appears to be the feeling among many residents in the country. However, the ruling regime appears to be keen on rectifying its sullied image, dogged by reports on maladministration and malversation. Lebanese authorities tightened a