Articles By Sounak Mukhopadhyay

File photo of Air Canada's Boeing 787 Dreamliner landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto

From Travel Aug 29

Drunk Passengers Force Canada Flight Divert Back to Toronto

A Canadian flight, heading to Cuba, had to return to Toronto on Wednesday, Aug 27 due to passenger disruption.

A seven-month-old Florida panther named Yuma is seen in his new home at Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park in Florida

From Science Aug 28

Canada Teenager Saves Sister from Wild Cougar

A Canadian teenager saved her sister from a cougar in Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta and it was her scream that apparently scared the wild animal away.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop speaks at a news conference at AUSMIN meeting at Admiralty House in Sydney

From Politics & Policy Aug 28

Australia To Sign Spying Code Of Conduct With Indonesia

Australia is all set to sign a spying code of conduct with Indonesia that is expected to restore the damaged relation between the two countries.

Australian PM Abbott and his wife attend a national memorial service for the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 at St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne

From Politics & Policy Aug 28

Tony Abbott Accused of ‘Hyping up’ Terrorism Threats to Distract from Federal Budget

The Australian government has been accused of distracting public from its controversial budget by using extremism-related worries.

A performer takes part in the Notting Hill Carnival in west London

From Society Aug 28

British Woman Refuses to be Groped at Notting Hill Carnival, Gets Punched in Face

A UK woman shared her selfie on Facebook after she was hit by a stranger. The incident took place at the Notting Hill Carnival on Monday, Aug 25 at around 5:30 in the evening. The stranger allegedly punched her on the face when she did not allow him to grope her.

Still frame taken from video shows U.S. journalist Peter Theo Curtis, who has been freed by kidnappers in Syria

From Politics & Policy Aug 27

Released US Journalist Arrives Home after Spending 22 Months in Captivity in Syria

U.S. journalist Peter Theo Curtis, who had been held hostage in Syria for 22 months, arrived home. He was freed by the extremist group a couple of days back. Curtis was reportedly kidnapped by Syrian rebel group al-Nusra Front in October 2012.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speaks to the media during the Federal Liberal summer caucus meetings in Edmonton

From Politics & Policy Aug 27

No Charge Against Drunken Intruder Who Broke in Canada Politician’s House

The 19-year-old man who broke in Canada politician Justin Trudeau’s home would not be charged.

A blood pool from what witnesses said was a man who may have accidentally shot himself, is seen on the ground following a peaceful demonstration reacting to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson

From Law Aug 27

Canadian Serial Killer Suspect Confesses And Gives Murder Details

A Canadian man who was suspected to as a serial killer confessed being involved in a couple of murders.

Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond walks with Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, in central London

From Politics & Policy Aug 27

Bill Shorten Calls Tony Abbott 'Ineligible' To Lead Australia; Government Party-Room Leaks On Abbott'sTravel Entitlements

Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten accused Prime Minister Tony Abbott of being “ineligible” to lead the country after travel entitlement leaks.

Australian doll repairer Kerry Stuart, a 25-year veteran at Sydney's Doll Hospital, pulls the plastic head of a customers doll out of a bowl of hot water to soften the material before removing and replacing its old eyes

From Society Aug 27

An Australian Mother of Three That Suffered Domestic Violence for Years Died

An Australian mother, who was found dead in her house, had apparently suffered domestic violence for years.