Two microscope slides bearing the blood of Mahatma Gandhi are to go on sale in London today and are expected to fetch from 10,000 pounds to 15,000 pounds ($15,200-$22,800).
A strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula early today, the US Geological Survey reported, striking at a depth of 33km (20 miles).
Hit comedy fanchise ‘Harold &Kumar’ is heading to the small screen in a new animated TV series.
David Beckham, who ended his glittering career with PSG win on Saturday, has been flooded with big-bucks offers of TV and film deals from all over the world.
Foreigners living in London are set to outnumber Brits within 20 years, new research signalled yesterday.
An Italian small business owner climbed onto the dome of St Peter's Basilica on Monday and unfurled a banner protesting against the social "massacre" going on in recession-stricken Italy.
Jordanian terror suspect Abu Qatada was on Monday denied bail in his latest skirmish with British authorities, who have been trying to deport him for a decade.
Global average temperatures will warm about 20% more slowly than expected over the coming decades, scientists have predicted.
Britain's first "official" astronaut, Major Tim Peake, has been chosen to take part in a five-month mission on the International Space Station.
NRI steel baron Lakshmi Mittal today said he was able to prove his principal wrong when he topped Saint Xavier's College in Calcutta even though he was earlier denied admission for not being fluent in English.
One of Britain's prominent Sikh politicians, Parmjit Dhanda, has told a probe panel inquiring into racism during elections that a pig's severed head was left outside his home.
Croatian researchers are sugar-craving honeybees to find unexploded mines littering their country and the rest of the Balkans since the conclusion of the Balkan wars in the 1990s.
France became the fourteenth country to legalise same-sex marriage today after President Francois Hollande signed the measure into law following months of bitter political debate and protests. The law also legalises gay adoption.
French President Francois Hollande will sign a gay marriage and adoption bill into law Saturday, after the Constitutional Council threw out a legal challenge by the right-wing opposition.
Jewellery worth $1.4 million due to be loaned to stars at the Cannes Film Festival was stolen from a local hotel in a pre-dawn heist on Friday but the coveted Palme d'Or trophy was safe, officials said.