• Tue. Jul 27th, 2021

First person charged under Hong Kong national security law found guilty

Tong Ying-kit, 24, was found guilty of terrorism and inciting secession on Tuesday, becoming the first person convicted under Hong Kong’s sweeping national security law.

Book returned after 63 years to library

The book which should have been returned at Fenham Library way back on November 25, 1958 was sent to Newcastle’s central library this year. Read more details here.

Story behind Mirabai Chanu’s Olympic earrings

Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu scripted history at the Tokyo Olympics 2021 by winning the silver medal in women’s 49 kg category and her Olympic earrings have gone viral since she…

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan hit record high amid US withdrawal, UN says

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reached record levels in the first half of 2021, the United Nations warned Monday, noting that deaths and injuries spiked markedly from May when the United…

Vicky Kaushal’s collection of tinted glasses

The 33-year-old has an amazing collection of sunglasses ranging from shiny blue to warm yellow in the luxurious brands and he has styled almost every color and every type of…

Will we need a COVID booster shot?

The novel coronavirus has continued to impact our lives in many ways. Whether it is in the form of new debilitating symptoms or in the guise of new variants, it…

7 ways to be a better friend to your partner

Being in a relationship is a beautiful feeling. You may want your partner to take you up as your friend but that isn’t happening. If so, you should definitely learn…

Fitness habits you need to change

There are several things that you need to tweak in your routine to make it more effective. Here are some to begin with.

Two charged for allegedly hitting police horse during anti-lockdown protest

Two men have been charged with animal cruelty for allegedly striking a police horse during anti-lockdown protests in Sydney, Australia on Saturday, police said, as daily Covid-19 cases in New…

US general vows to continue airstrikes supporting Afghan troops fighting Taliban

The US will continue airstrikes in support of Afghan forces fighting the Taliban, a top US general said Sunday.