A Kerala Muslim, Kutty voluntarily settled in Pakistan in 1949 to work for democracy, secularism, workers' rights and peace with India, says Bina Sarawar.
The structures in the Bogambara prison were built with brick, lime, and wood, not concrete. Its floors are made of teak.
The couple have put the saga of their life, struggle and eternal romance on the Chinese social media to give courage to the differently-abled in China
The film, an exploration of masculinity and femininity in the sexually repressed Pakistani society, is to be premiered in the August-September 2019 Venice Film festival.
July 23 (TheVerge) - Just over a month ago, Avengers: Endgame fans conceded defeat to James Cameron’s 2009 Avatar, acknowledging it would remain the biggest movie of all time. Last night at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced that’s no longer true. Endgame, the culmination of a 22-movie arc started by Marvel in 2008, will officially surpass Avatar as the highest-grossing movie of...
The Bio-Regenerative Life Support System (BLSS) developed by Beihang University creates a closed environment where most substances necessary for human life like water, oxygen and food can be regenerated through a biochemical process.
Weddings in Sri Lanka, particularly among the majority Sinhalese community, are colourful, glamorous, artistically innovative and, of course, expensive.
July 17 (Eastern Eye) - Netflix is one of the biggest OTT platforms and has many series being streamed on it. Recently, Netflix announced five Indian originals and two of them will be produced by Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma. Apart from being actors, SRK and Anushka are also successful producers. Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment is already...
July 17 (CNBC) - Did your favorite TV show nab an Emmy nomination? It’s time to find out. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ 71st annual Emmy Awards will be presented Sept. 22 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, but who will be in the running? On Tuesday, Ken Jeong ( “Community”) and D’Arcy Carden (“The Good Place”)...
Bengali Muslims and Hindus living in Assam for decades are not able to write poetry in their dialects for fear of being declared as non-Assamese and non-Indian.