Articles By Palash R. Ghosh

From Entertainment Sep 15, 2012

Kate Middleton Topless Photos: French Editor ‘Shocked’ By Uproar

Laurence Pieau, the managing editor of French magazine Closer said she is surprised by the magnitude of the uproar over her decision to print topless photos of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge. She also accused British tabloids of hypocrisy over the affair.

From Law Sep 14, 2012

Kate Middleton Topless Photos: Royals May Sue French Publication Closer

The British royal family is outraged by French magazine Closer's decision to publish topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Kate and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, may take legal action, citing a breach of privacy laws.

From Politics & Policy Sep 14, 2012

Italian Team Finds Wreck Of Giant German Airplane From WW II Off Sardinian Coast

The vessel is believed to be the last surviving Messerschmitt-323 Gigant craft, the largest land-based transport aircraft from the war.

From Entertainment Sep 14, 2012

Zimbabwe's Mugabe Insults Jamaicans, Sparking Fury And Introspection

Zimbabwe's President, Robert Mugabe, has chastised the men of Jamaica, suggesting they are all drunkards and dope addicts.

From Economy Sep 13, 2012

British Hospitals On 'Brink of Collapse' Due To Spike In Elderly Patients, Sub-Standard Care: RCP

Britain’s aging population is placing a great burden on health care services.

From Politics & Policy Sep 13, 2012

Corsica: Violence In Paradise

The island, officially French but in fact very much its own place, is among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, but it still suffers from endemic violence by nationalists and mobsters. What's wrong with Corsica, then?

From Politics & Policy Sep 13, 2012

Russia And China Approve IAEA Resolution Demanding Iran Cease Nuclear Program

The U.S. and its allies have long sought to pressure Russia and China into backing such a statement against Iran, amid fears that Israel would unilaterally attack Iran in a pre-emptive measure in lieu of finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis.

From Politics & Policy Sep 12, 2012

Pakistan Fire: Death Toll Rising In Karachi Factory Inferno

Nearly 300 people have died in a fire that swept through a garment factory in Karachi, Pakistan, making the inferno one of worst industrial accidents in the country’s history.

From Economy Sep 12, 2012

Indonesia - Smoking Itself To Death

Indonesia is the fifth-largest cigarette-producing market in the world. The government generates 6 percent of its revenue from taxes on tobacco.

From Politics & Policy Sep 12, 2012

The Hard Left’s Undying Hatred For Maggie Thatcher: Union Selling Shirts Celebrating Iron Lady’s ‘Death’

Thatcher earned the unending enmity of British trade unions and the far left during the 1980s, when her government implemented harsh laws against strikes and tried to drastically reduce the power of unions.