Articles By Palash R. Ghosh
The miners – part of a 460-strong staff – have locked themselves 1,200 feet underground inside the Carbosulcis di Nuraxi Figus mine.
The victims violated at least three of the Taliban’s taboos: unrelated men and women mixing socially; dancing; and listening to music.
The women of Togo, a small country in West Africa, have called for a week-long "sex strike" as a protest against President Faure Gnassingbe.
It is not unreasonable to declare that Brian Epstein, the fifth Beatle, according to Paul McCartney, was one of the key global figures of the post-World War II era. Although he had a complicated and troubled relationship with McCartney and John Lennon, he turned them -- both rowdy and rebellious youths -- and their two partners into cultural icons.
Regional accents are vanishing across the U.S. and English-speaking world.
France Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has condemned the attack on Gharbi’s family as “unacceptable.”
Given India’s long and bloody history of communal and sectarian violence, such warnings were not taken lightly.
If Jose Canseco is right, the majority of baseball players from the past two decades are dirty.
All told, the number of ‘fat’ Americans far surpasses those of any racial, ethnic or religious minority.
Tasmania, which has one of the highest rates of smoking among youth in Australia, would be the first place in the world to impose such an age-based ban.