• Zayn Malik still dealing with anxiety issues

    London: Singer Zayn Malik has cancelled more gigs amid reports his anxiety issues are still preventing him from performing on stage alone. He pulled out of Capital FM's Summertime Ball last year, later revealing his absence was due to anxiety. The former One Direction star has also cancelled some gi...

  • `Versace...' with Bruno Mars a combination of different worlds: Guetta

    Los Angeles: Grammy Award winning DJ David Guetta, who has collaborated with Bruno Mars for a remix version of the latter's latest song, says the track is a combination of different worlds. Together, they have released "Versace on the Floor (Bruno Mars vs. David Guetta)"."I'm super proud that I had ...

  • Helicopter attack on Venezuelan SC

    Caracas: Venezuela's Supreme Court has been attacked by grenades dropped from a helicopter in what President Nicolas Maduro called a "terrorist attack", a media report said. Footage on social media showed a police helicopter circling over the city before shots and a loud bang were heard, the BBC rep...

  • Water exists in two different forms, shows a study

    London: Water comes in two different forms -- low density and high density, new research has found. Researchers have known for a long time that ice can exist in two forms -- an ordered, crystalline phase and an amorphous, or disordered phase -- and that there are two forms of amorphous ice with low ...

  • India, Netherlands on same page on global issues: Modi

    The Hague: India and the Netherlands are on the same page on several global issues, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Tuesday. "Today the world is interdependent, inter-connected. It is natural that we will be discussing not only bilateral issues but also a slew of global issues," Mod...

  • China lodges protest with India, demands troops withdrawal

    By Gaurav SharmaBeijing: China on Tuesday said it had complained to India about Indian troops trespassing the Chinese boundary and asked it to withdraw them immediately.Beijing also said the fate of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra depended on New Delhi."We have lodged solemn representation in Beijing and N...

  • US, India tell Pakistan: Don't let terrorists use your territory

    Washington: In a strong message to Islamabad, the US and India have told Pakistan to ensure its territory is not used for terror attacks on other countries and asked it to bring to justice terrorists blamed for attacks in Mumbai and other places in India. A joint statement issued after US President ...

  • Is Khloe Kardashian engaged?

    Los Angeles: Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian has sparked engagement rumours with her boyfriend and basketball player Tristan Thompson after she was spotted wearing a diamond ring. In some photographs, Khloe showed off her large diamond ring while getting out of a car on June 25, reports aceshowbiz....

  • Sri Lanka to begin clean-up to battle dengue

    Colombo: Sri Lanka on Tuesday said it will launch a major clean-up of cities around the country as the number of people affected by dengue continues to rise. The Health Ministry said steps have been taken to control the spread of dengue, reports Xinhua news agency.It said over 70,000 people have bee...

  • Twitter can detect riots faster than police: Study

    London: With people increasingly taking to the social media, especially Twitter, to report or update events, observations and occurrences, new research says the micro-blogging site can track and detect major disruptive events faster than the police. The study showed that computer systems using a ser...

  • Australian population aging, more diverse, less religious: Study

    Canberra: The Australian population is aging, more ethnically diverse and less religious than in the past, according to the 2016 national census released on Tuesday. About 95.1 per cent of the Australian population responded to the census, which is carried out every five years, Efe news quoted the A...

  • Trump unpopular worldwide, American image suffers: Survey

    Washington: President Donald Trump and many of his key policies are broadly unpopular around the globe, and ratings for the US have also declined steeply in many nations, a new survey has revealed. The survey spanning 37 nations by the Washington-based Pew Research Centre issued late Monday showed a...