New York: Paying tribute to the first democratically-elected President of South Africa and iconic civil rights leader, the United Nations on Wednesday celebrated Nelson Mandela’s legacy for humanity and reflected on the lessons he left behind. more
Political mavericks find safe-haven on social media

In the world’s largest democracies and across the globe, social media is enabling the rise in nationalism -- both in government and on the extreme fringes of society and especially ...

Belgian model's nude photo at Jewish holy site sparks anger

Jerusalem: Belgian model Marisa Papen has come under serious criticism after a photo showed her posing nude in front of the Western Wall, a revered Jewish site in Jerusalem.

Harry-Meghan wedding: Royal Family thanks public for support

London: The British Royal Family has thanked everyone for their support, following the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday. 

The rise and rise of eSports

eSports, which is competitive video gaming at a professional level with a winner and a loser, is emerging as one of the fastest-growing sports in the world. On the agenda for the 2022 Asi ...

US Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expels sex offenders Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski

Hollywood: The US Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has expelled tainted film director Roman Polanski and TV star Bill Cosby.

Oscars: Gary Oldman, Frances McDormand take home highest honour

Lon Angeles: Fox Searchlight's The Shape of Water bagged the top honour of the Best Picture while Gary Oldman was judged the best actor (Darkest Hour) and Frances McDormand won for be ...

Hollywood actress Uma Thurman breaks silence on Harvey Weinstein episode

Los Angeles: Hollywood actress Uma Thurman has finally broken her silence and said American film producer Harvey Weinstein had attacked her in a hotel room in 1994.

Stars slam Weinstein, cozy pictures with the latter exposes Hollywood double standards

Hollywood, Jan 10 (JEN): For the past few months, Hollywood has been abuzz with Harvey Weinstein and other sexual predators. Actors, both male and female, have come out in large numbers w ...

Sea of black in Golden Globes Awards ceremony to mark protest against sexual harassment

Beverly Hills, Jan 8 (JEN): After the #MeToo campaign in the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein exposition, the Hollywood stars have turned to the 75th Golden Globes Awards Ceremony in a u ...