Two young travel enthusiasts from a Delhi-based self-drive expedition group get ready to explore the lives of Indians living abroad.
Turkey's interior minister says authorities have detained nine people in connection with the car bomb attacks that killed 46 people in a Turkish town near the Syrian border.
Turkish Airlines has reversed a ban on air hostesses wearing brightly-coloured lipstick following accusations it was trying to Islamise the firm under government influence.
Criminals working in cells around the world stole $45 million in just hours by hacking into a database of prepaid debit cards and making withdrawals from ATMs, US prosecutors said on Thursday.
The National Rifle Association's annual convention in the US unveiled an assortment of female-friendly gun accessories, including a bright pink bra with a gun holster.
Prince Harry has been telling his friends that the royal couple are expecting a baby boy, according to reports. The source said that the whole family is excited about it and apparently Kate wanted a boy.
E! Online's Twitter account was hacked on Saturday, claiming to have an exclusive of Justin Bieber coming out of the closet. The hackers quickly began spreading bogus 140-character bits of celebrity gossip to its 5 million followers, the New York Daily News reported.
Hundreds of Syrians have fled the coastal town of Baniyas where activists claim that fighters loyal to the president, Bashar al-Assad, have carried out a massacre.
Tempers are likely to get flared on Everest where many unaccustomed enthusiasts fall sick due to lack of adequate oxygen. Last week, a clash of egos led to a brawl on the mountain, dubbed by some as the world's highest fight. Utpal Parashar
Hollywood beauty Mila Kunis has been voted the funniest actress of all time. Kunis beat the likes of Jennifer Aniston, 44, and Cameron Diaz, 40, to the top spot on the Empire Cinemas poll, reported Daily Star.
Tens of thousands of angry protesters staged traditional May Day rallies in several countries of the crisis-wracked eurozone on Wednesday, as fury erupted at demonstrations in Bangladesh after a deadly building collapse. Thousands took to the street in Spain, some brandishing flags reading “6,202,700”, a reference to the record number out of work in the recession-hit country.
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German newsweekly Stern prompted a worldwide sensation when in April 1983 it revealed that it had acquired Hitler's previously undiscovered diaries. The editors promised to later hand over 60 handwritten volumes to West Germany's Federal Archives for posterity.
Canadian police have arrested two men and charged them with plotting to derail a Toronto-area passenger train in an operation that they say was backed by al Qaeda elements in Iran.
London: Jennifer Love Hewitt managed to make former 'Friends' star Matthew Perry blush by the sight of her cleavage as she appeared on The Ellen Show.