The Wall Street Journal dropped by the other day. CBS news wrote about it as the “pride of Potomac”. Indian-American Frank Islam’s 16-bedroom mansion in Washington DC has been attracting a stream of gawkers.
While Europe has problems of its own, the crisis also hurts Russia’s broader goal of a Eurasian Union. If Putin gets Crimea, does he lose Ukraine forever?
Russia is open to having an “honest, equal” dialogue with foreign states on the crisis in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Saturday, insisting that Russia bore no responsibility for the situation.
India is placed at the 111th position out of 189 countries in a list prepared by an international organisation that ranks nations on the number of women representatives in Parliament.
The idea of a glass ceiling beyond which women cannot progress is still in place in various professions, according to Indian-origin speakers at an event to celebrate the International Women’s Day at the Nehru Centre, London.
Ukraine's acting foreign minister said on Saturday his country would not give up Crimea and would do all in its power to resolve the crisis over the Black Sea peninsula peacefully.
Cries and tears swept through a hotel conference room in Beijing Saturday as some 120 relatives and friends gathered for news of their loved ones aboard a missing Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines aircraft.
Drummers, singers, dancers, actors and other artists will swarm the streets of Madrid on Sunday to stage outdoor performances to protest against declining state support in Spain for the arts.