Jellied salad, a staple of 1950s cuisine, is making a comeback in 2020
Jellied salad initially rose to fame in the 1950s and 60s but seems to be making a comeback in today's world.
Video: Men Arrested for Destroying Third-Century, Life-Sized Buddha Statue in Pakistan
Pakistani police arrested four people on Saturday that were allegedly involved in the destruction of a third-century, life-sized Buddha statue.
Sale of orange turns sour for farmers in Kodagu
Covid-19 pandemic has further discouraged orange cultivators in Kodagu. Kodagu orange is known for its unique aroma and taste and is in great demand not only in Karnataka but also outside the state.
Former Finance Minister starts new today as governor of Bank of Portugal
Portugal’s former Finance Minister and former President of the Eurogroup, Mário Centeno, starts his new role today as governor of the Bank of Portugal (BdP), after his appointment to the post was approved last Thursday.
One-week celebration of Sir John comes off today
The family of the late former General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, popularly known as Sir John will today, observe his week memorial.
In seed-potato belt, farmers produced less for planting in new season
Punjab produces just over 5% of India’s potatoes. But the state’s Doaba region — covering the four districts of Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur and Nawanshahr — supplies practically the entire potatoes that farmers across the country use as fresh “seed”.
UP farmers expect bumper paddy crop this year with good monsoons
After several years, farmers completed paddy plantation in more than 80% of crop area by the third week of July
One in seven Glaswegians admit they've NEVER managed to eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day - while people London and Nottingham were most likely to hit the target
In a nationwide poll of 2,000 people, nearly 40 per cent of Britons admitted they found vegetables 'boring', while 37 per cent said they had never found any veg they actually liked to eat.
NDC loves women more than NPP – Mahama, as he targets 30% female appointees in next gov’t
Former President John Mahama has said when it comes to promoting and pushing women into the limelight, the National Democratic Congress’ records are unbeatable.
Sweet smell of success for blooming great volunteers in Oswestry
The Britain in Bloom judges may not be in Oswestry this year but visitors to the town's Cae Glas park are giving its floral displays gold medals all round.
Amber Guyger's Defense Files Appeal, Suggests Possible Lesser Charge in Killing of Botham Jean
Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger is a murderer in the eyes of the law, but her defense is still trying to overturn her conviction. Guyger's attorneys filed a new motion on Tuesday with the Texas Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Irish in Australia: ‘We are in for a few hard years’
Many Irish down under aren’t running for the exit, despite a looming recession
BSY turns native, makes first move to win sugar bowl of Karnataka
BJP leader Shivanna said the decision on factories will definitely have political implications in the days to come, besides making the JDS and Congress villains in the eyes of farmers.
Early estimates suggest only 35% of returning kiwis will remain in the country long term
Early estimates suggest only 35% of returning kiwis will remain in the country long term
How a century-old season could teach college football to embrace the unexpected
This isn't the first time college football has been challenged by a pandemic. So, what has changed since 1918? Obviously, a lot. But there are parallels that could give fans a little hope that the sport will again come out the other side.
Naga militant outfit NSCN (K) write to Queen of England – reminds her of Naga’s support in winning decisive battle of Kohima
Naga militant outfit NSCN (K) write to Queen of England, reminds her of Naga’s support in winning decisive battle of Kohima
Freeze them out: Call for boycott of 'woke' US ice-cream company Ben & Jerry's for condemning UK attempts to curb Channel migrants (and a reminder of how former hippy founders sold out to multinational Unilever)
Ben & Jerry's UK branch noisily slammed the Home Secretary's call for the Navy to halt the stream of migrants crossing the Channel from France into the UK.
Joe Biden formally introduces Kamala Harris as running mate
Joe Biden is scheduled to make his first appearance with newly chosen running mate, Kamala Harris, during an event in Delaware on Wednesday.
Board votes to allow high school football games in the fall
The organization that governs interscholastic sports in Connecticut has rejected a recommendation that would have moved high school football to the spring of 2021.
Biden, Harris to make unusual campaign debut in COVID-19 era Wednesday
Joe Biden is scheduled to make his first appearance with newly chosen running mate, Kamala Harris, during an event in Delaware on Wednesday.
Letters to the Editor — August 13, 2020
No communication gapAs a nation where many languages are spoken, it is impractical to expect all citizens to know Hindi nor should the language be linked to a misplaced enthusiasm for Hindi. Now that
US election: Biden, Kamala Harris to make unusual campaign debut in virus era
In a reflection of coronavirus guidelines, there will be no adoring throngs that would greet a new running mate in a routine campaign
Back from the dead? Stem cells give hope for revival of Malaysia's extinct rhinos
KUANTAN, Malaysia: Some skin, eggs and tissue samples are all that remain of Malaysia's last rhino, Iman, who died last November after years of ...
Biden, Harris lash Trump at debut of historic VP choice
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris pushed past their one-time political rivalry Wednesday to deliver an aggressive attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump in their historic first appearance as running mates.
Huge boost for rarest butterfly: The beloved 'large blue' was declared extinct in 1979, but now is back in Britain thanks to successful breeding campaign
The large blue butterfly, which was declared extinct more than four decades ago, has been introduced in Gloucestershire following a successful breeding campaign.
India now has the world’s second-highest number of COVID-19 cases after U.S. ‘Alternative medicines have sprouted like mushrooms’
As of Labor Day, India's confirmed cases of coronavirus has surpassed Brazil, but the U.S. still has the highest number of cases and one of the highest...
Biden, Harris lash Trump in introduction of historic VP pick
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris delivered an aggressive one-two attack on the character and performance of U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, as they made their election case for the first time as running mates.
Biden, Harris lash out at Trump at debut of historic VP choice
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris pushed past their one-time political rivalry Wednesday to deliver an aggressive attack on the character and performance of President Donald Trump in their historic first appearance as running mates. The physical debut of the Democratic ticket was without parallel in recent political annals. The coronavirus…
Google makes it easier to vote in the 2020 US Election
The stage is set for the 2020 US Election. We finally know the makeups of both tickets -- Trump and Pence (Republican) against Biden and Harris (Democrat). It is largely expected that the Democrats will win given Donald Trump’s horrible performance as president, but hey, you never know. In 2016, Hillary Clinton was considered the front runner, and we know how that turned out.
House to make history with 11th AIPA hosting
THE House of Representatives is ready to make history as the host of the first-ever virtual meeting of the 11th ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) Caucus on August 14.
Farmhouse project in lovely Dingle could be perfect distraction for the times we live in
A renovation project on this traditional two storey farmhouse in Dingle could be the perfect antidote to the stressful times we live in.  The property is situated in a scenic location with excell...
Clamour in AIADMK to make Palaniswami the CM candidate for 2021 elections
As AIADMK prepares itself for the most-crucial assembly elections in recent years scheduled to be held in the first half of 2021, there is a clamour in the ruling party to announce incumbent Edappadi
Salmon numbers take a jump in Irish waters
ANGLERS have reported a leap in Salmon stocks in the north's rivers this summer.
Hint of good news in dire salmon run
The good news for this year’s troubled Fraser River salmon stocks is that high levels of freshwater run-off have been dropping in recent days, giving returning fish a better chance of making it . . .
Bear back wrestling! Moment pair of cubs sneak into back yard to do battle in paddling pool is filmed by delighted California homeowner
The adorable bears were spotted in South Lake Tahoe, California, going for a swim in a pool in someone's yard in footage taken on August 11. The cubs play fight and splash around in the water.
Postal service seen hauling mailboxes away in trucks as Trump's pick to lead USPS makes controversial changes before election
New reports of US Postal Service workers hauling away mailboxes in flatbed trucks and locking shut convenient drop slots have caused widespread concerns among Oregon residents about mail-in voting
British rush home from France to beat new quarantine
British tourists are rushing home from holidays in France after their government said it would soon impose a 14-day quarantine on travellers from across the Channel due to rising coronavirus infections there.
'Coronavirus is a poor person's virus': Silcon Valley's elite are throwing lavish parties where guests take 15-minute rapid COVID tests and use private jets to hop from one 'safe' city to the next as they ride out the pandemic
While the US continues to battle the highest number of cases globally and 1,000 Americans are dying a day, Silicon Valley's elite have been carrying on with their lives and socializing as if it was normal.
Fury in Spain at US plans to produce ‘Iberian’ ham in Texas and Georgia
Purists are angry with the Spanish government for failing to protect jamón’s integrity
Happy Independence Day 2020: Know where the ‘Bharatiya Tiranga’ is made, and all about India’s Flag Code
Ever wondered where India’s national flag is manufactured before it is delivered and hoisted at Red Fort on Independence Day? Read on to know some crucial facts about our Bhartiya Tiranga and Flag Code of India 2002
On some Amsterdam streets, finding a place to go is a whiz
The planter boxers are discreetly lit and indicated by tourist guides for passers-by who find themselves caught short.
On some Amsterdam streets, finding a place to go is a whiz
The planter boxers are discreetly lit and indicated by tourist guides for passers-by who find themselves caught short.
On some Amsterdam streets, finding a place to go is a whiz
The planter boxers are discreetly lit and indicated by tourist guides for passers-by who find themselves caught short.
West Bengal: Khanakul remains tense as BJP worker killed in clash over hoisting tricolor on I-Day
A total of eight persons have been detained in the case. A huge police force has been deployed in the area.
Postal service seen hauling mailboxes away in trucks as Trump's pick to lead USPS makes controversial changes before election
New reports of US Postal Service workers hauling away mailboxes in flatbed trucks and locking shut convenient drop slots have caused widespread concerns among Oregon residents about mail-in voting during the presidential election in November.Photos that spread across social media in recent weeks showed
Britons would run out of food by this Friday if the country was solely reliant on homegrown produce, claims NFU
The National Farmers' Union has found the proportion of the food that the UK consumes that is produced at home has fallen from 80 per cent in 1980 to 64 per cent now.
Stop the 'shadow boxing' and focus on ‘harvesting’ votes – Baako to NPP, NDC
“What do they (NDC) want the independent auditor to do that the existing laws cannot do?” renowned journalist Kweku Baako Jnr. has asked.
Doctors told Florida high schools to delay football season because of the coronavirus, but they're playing anyway
Florida is already a coronavirus hotspot and "introducing sports adds fuel to the fire," the state athletic board's top medical advisor said.
Mormons cool to Trump are finding new influence in Arizona
Yasser Sanchez has twice worked to defeat Joe Biden’s bids for the vice presidency by building support for Republican candidates among his fellow members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sa
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