ROCHESTER, N.H.: A New Hampshire woman got a surprise at a Burger King drive-thru: a bag full of cash instead of food.
MUMBAI: An Indian film looks set to whip up sentiment against immigrants in Mumbai, the country’s financial capital, by lionizing a deceased right-wing politician and endorsing his often divisive poli
TAIPEI: Taiwanese authorities toughened animal cruelty laws on Friday in the wake of the death of a performing hippopotamus that once starred in a popular soap opera.
LOS ANGELES: A documentary on former President Bill Clinton by veteran director Martin Scorsese has been indefinitely shelved after the sides disagreed on control of the film, the New York Times repor
WASHINGTON: A bubbly shopping guide, a charitable “Internetainerpreneur” and a comedian who wears green lipstick and eats ladles of cinnamon quizzed US President Barack Obama in a series of YouTube pr
AGRA: As he scrubs the road to India’s Taj Mahal on his knees for less than $5 a day, Ramjeet beams with pride at the thought of US President Barack Obama admiring his handiwork.
Do movie franchises stay with the same actors? Bollywood is for sure obsessed with remakes and sequels and we have seen many new creations that have clicked at the BO.
LOS ANGELES: Former NBC late night host Jay Leno voiced his support on Wednesday for the women who have come forward claiming they were sexually assaulted by comedian Bill Cosby.
WASHINGTON: Clint Eastwood’s hit film “American Sniper” has reignited a bitter debate about the US invasion of Iraq and one of its most famous warriors, with conservatives hailing the movie as a long
LONDON: Pop star Rihanna’s victory in a legal case against Topshop over the use of her image has been upheld by Britain’s Court of Appeal, which backed an earlier judgment against the British fashion
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