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Berlin outcry over Christmas ‘ban’ at Istanbul school

BERLIN, Germany | AFP – Berlin voiced outrage Sunday over an alleged decision by a German-backed international school in Istanbul to

Why India’s poor are devoted to ‘god-like’ leaders

by Abhaya SRIVASTAVA / with Claire COZENS in Chennai NEW DELHI, India | AFP | “To me, she was a goddess,” said party

Anoushka Shankar’s refugee album vies for Grammy

Sitarist Anoushka Shankar was nominated for a Grammy Award on Tuesday for her album inspired by the global refugee crisis, vying

From ashes to diamonds: Different faiths’ stand

by Melody Zaccheus The Straits Times The contemporary practice of turning the ashes of loved ones into diamonds to be worn as jewellery

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Priyanka Chopra vouches for ‘Fair Start Campaign’

NEW DELHI, JULY 5 (IANS) – Actress Priyanka Chopra as a Unicef goodwill ambassador on Tuesday raised the pitch for a fair start

Indian historical epic sweeps ‘Bollywood Oscars’

by Daniel SILVA MADRID, Spain | AFP | 6/26/2016 – Indian historical epic “Bajirao Mastani” swept the “Bollywood Oscars” early Sunday, taking home

Chai stirred into Silicon Valley coffee culture

by Glenn CHAPMAN SAN FRANCISCO, | AFP | – In a Silicon Valley culture known for brilliant ideas boiling up in coffee shops,

Are ‘chatbots’ the future of online business?

WASHINGTON: An artificial intelligence “chatbot” from Taco Bell now lets you order a meal in a smartphone text exchange that might look something

In US, rich may outlive poor by nearly 15 years: study

The richest Americans tend to outlive the poorest by almost 15 years, and that gap has grown since 2001, said a