Beatrice Fihn, executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, embraces Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow (center) during the Nobel Peace Prize's award ceremony on Sunday. Berit Reiss-Andersen, leader of the Nobel Committee, stands to the left.
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany July 7, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Total nuclear destruction is "only one impulsive tantrum away," this year's Noble Peace Prize winner warned while accepting the award for an international anti-nuclear weapons campaign. "The threat is...
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WASHINGTON ― On Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to new sanctions from Washington by ordering the U.S. to cut its diplomatic staff in his country by more than half by Sept. 1. That w...
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The demilitarised zone between North and South Korea is one of the last bastions of the Cold War. Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters Bernard Loo Fook Weng, Nanyang Technological University In the culmination of week...
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The thing that unites us into an Indian identity, among others, is our shared element of deep-seated religiousness whatever be its outward colour or form. Indians are religious people. Religiousness is in the Indian air. Religiousness as a part of our national consciousness provides, inter alia the unity of commonality underlying the supernatant diversity. That which divides is fanaticism of different varieties.
Bridge of Spies is unlike anything Spielberg has done in the recent years. In today's age when we are so used to watching spy films that are replete with nonsensical action, forced gimmicks, fake gadgets, and flashy special effects, a piece of story-driven cinema like Bridge of Spies comes as a welcome surprise.
You are male, English and went to a public school which you hated intensely. If you happen to be a woman, you are either an impoverished, aristocratic brunette with an unsatisfactory father and a yen for saving the world or an arthritic Oxford don with a photographic memory and a past spent in Her Majesty's Secret Service. You are a spymaster. You are probably a "small, frog-like figure in glasses", "an earnest, worried little man" and by appearance "one of London's meek who do not inherit the earth".
Kangana Ranaut and Deepika Padukone are so katti right now, it's not even funny. In a recent interview with film critic Rajeev Masand, Ranaut and her Katti Batti co-star Imran Khan as well as director...