Traffic discipline falls short despite fines, filing of cases

Despite increasing vigilance by traffic police, it is nigh impossible to discipline traffic on the streets of Dhaka, as pedestraisns continue their merry habit of jaywalking and

Saudi prince is anti-corruption sweep ends with $106B netted

Saudi Arabia is unprecedented anti-corruption sweep that saw top princes, businessmen, military officers and officials detained at the Ritz-Carlton hotel has concluded after

Eating breakfast may not help you lose weight, study says

If you are trying to lose weight you have probably been told not to skip breakfast, as it could make you hungrier later in the day.

Burns, Head centuries put Australia in control against Sri Lanka

Joe Burns and Travis Head plundered Australia is first centuries of the home summer Friday in a stirring fightback as they ruthlessly exposed Sri Lanka's inexperienced attack in

Philippines tops world internet usage index

South-east Asia is one of the most internet-addicted regions on the planet, with the Philippines topping the global list with an average 10 hours and 2 minutes of screen time

Bollywood releases its first lesbian romance

A father tries to marry off his daughter to a handsome bachelor. She resists, insisting her heart lies with someone else. There is singing and dancing. It could be the trailer for

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