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Wine making takes root in long-isolated Myanmar

MYANMAR may be best known for its decades of junta rule, but behind the bamboo curtain maverick entrepreneurs have toiled for years to put...

An avocado a day can drastically slash heart attack risk: Study

  It can sometimes get very hard to keep up with the constantly changing dietary trends. For this reason, health experts now seem to be...

The world in a teacup: Paris show digs into brew’s roots

IT CAN BE green, black, white or red and, after water, is the most widely consumed drink on the planet.   Tea as we know it...

Sri Lanka’s top party leaders reach consensus on some provisions of 21A

  Sri Lanka’s top political leaders on Friday agreed on some of the provisions of the controversial 21st Amendment to the Constitution aimed at empowering...

Norway welcomes India’s single-use plastic ban, praises PM Modi for important step’

  Norway’s charge d’affaires, Martine Aamdal Bottheim on Friday welcomed the Centre’s decision of ‘single-use plastic ban’ in India and congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

Johnson may face byelection if he is found to have misled MPs over Partygate

Lockdown-breaching parties in Downing Street could continue to haunt outgoing prime minister Boris Jonhson even after demitting office, as he risks an early vote...

‘No justification’ to use Pelosi’s visit as a pretext for aggression: G7 on threats...

  Concerned over the recent threats issued by China, the Group of Seven (G7) nations on Wednesday said that there’s “no justification” for Beijing to...

Former Sri Lankan cricketer serves tea, buns to people at gas station queues

  Amid the unprecedented fuel crisis in the country, former Lankan cricketer Roshan Mahanama was spotted serving tea and buns to people waiting in lines...

Simran Jhamat can inspire next generation of British South Asian footballers, says former manager

  BRITISH INDIAN footballer Simran Jhamat is a ‘role model’ and can inspire the next generation of British South Asian female footballers, her former manager...

Karan Johar on 19 years of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham: Thank you for all...

In 2001, Karan Johar directed a multi-starrer titled Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham which starred Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kajol, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor...