A Bihar court Thursday framed charges against former chief ministers Lalu Prasad and Jagannath Mishra along with 32 other accused in the case related to fraudulent withdrawal of funds from the treasury to purchase fodder for public distribution, court officials said.
Vidal Sassoon, hair stylist and fashion world icon who created a natural look in the 1960s and built a multi-million dollar business on his name, has died of apparent natural causes at his home in Los Angeles.
Last week, the Daily Telegraph reported that the UK’s creative industries generate £36 billion per year for the economy and employ 1.5 million people. The Chancellor, George Osborne, called them “massively important”. So why does no-one take comedy seriously?
The ultra orthodox in Israel did not claim religion when citing men’s only right to pray wearing certain costumes; they claimed that its Custom which is seriously important among certain ultra religious people in Israel.
Lady Gaga, the Mother Monster singer and songwriter, turns 26 today.
A recent study found that over the past 20 years, scientists have written more than 4,000 academic papers on global warming and a nearly unanimous 97.1% of them agreed that climate change exists and is primarily caused by humans.
Few question come to mind with Akhilesh's elevation to the top post in Uttar Pradesh, but don't pertain only to him.
Štefan Füle, European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy, declared in his recent interview with the media agency Interfax, that European Union has special mechanisms of monitoring the fulfillment of Kyiv of the conditions necessary for signing of the Association Agreement with EU.
Americans are addicted and in love with their TV, stars, food, football but in the first place: GUNS - with capital letters.
In 28 months, Egypt as we had come to know it has vanished into thin air. Where did that Egypt go? I wonder if it will ever return?
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons has urged international organizations, including the United Nations, to conduct an inquiry into the issue of enforced disappearances as the people no longer trust the government agencies operating in Balochistan.
Evidently a lot of modern days Egyptians are unaware of that quote by the late Indian prime minister and respected politician. They continue in their path of division and bigotry towards each other neglecting their legacy of tolerance as a nation for all creeds and races and the melting pot in the Middle East.
"Well I Inline image 1dreamt I saw you walking up a hillside in the snow. Casting shadows on the winter sky as you stood there, counting crows. One for sorrow, two for joy. Three for girls and four for boys. Five for silver, six for gold. Seven for a secret never to be told." - "A Murder of One" from "August and Everything After"
During an event at the Jaipur Literature Festival, 2012 about the book- “The Famished Road” by Ben Okri, WeSpeakNews got a chance to have a quick Q&A session with him.