US and its partners stage warfare drills as Japan, South Korea strengthen alliance against China, North Korea
The United States and its allies staged anti-submarine warfare drills with India, Canada, South Korea, and Japan to strengthen their defenses against threats from North Korea and China.foxnews.com
Don't leave Global South out of green tech growth, UN warns
The majority of developing nations are set to miss out on the economic benefits of booming green technologies, slowing progress toward their climate goals and widening the inequality gap between rich and poor countries, a United Nations report warned Thursday.
Japanese woman groped in viral Holi video breaks silence: ‘I love everything about India’
A Japanese woman at the center of a disturbing video that shows her being nonconsensually groped by a group of males in New Delhi, India, has spoken out after the terrifying encounter. The incident reportedly occurred during last week’s Holi festivities in the neighborhood of Paharganj, a popular spot among tourists. As seen in the viral video, multiple males surrounded and touched the victim, smeared her face with colored material, cracked an egg on her head and shoved her repeatedly among themselves.news.yahoo.com
‘Naatu Naatu’ wins Oscar, gets music spotlight back on India
M.M. Keeravani has brought the spotlight back to India after a historic Oscar musical win. Keeravani won best original song for his joyously energetic anthem “Naatu Naatu” from the film “RRR.” The music was written by Keeravani and the lyrics by Chandrabose.news.yahoo.com
Amitabh Bachchan injured while shooting film in India
Amitabh Bachchan said he was injured while shooting a film in southern India and is recovering at home. The 80-year-old Bollywood superstar posted on his blog Sunday night that he sustained a rib injury while working in Hyderabad on the science-fiction film “Project K.” It's being made in Hindi and Telugu languages and is slated for release in 2024. Bachchan wrote that he had broken rib cartilage and a muscle tear.news.yahoo.com
Colombia proposes shipping invasive hippos to India, Mexico
Colombia is proposing transferring at least 70 hippopotamuses that live near Pablo Escobar’s former ranch _ descendants of four imported from Africa illegally by the late drug lord in the 1980s – to India and Mexico as part of a plan to control their populationwashingtonpost.com
New this week: 'Halloween Ends,' 'Rosaline' and The 1975
This week’s new entertainment releases include albums from The 1975 and Red Hot Chili Peppers, some sort of conclusion to the Michael Myers saga with the arrival of the horror thriller “Halloween Ends” and a new TV spin-off from the “Supernatural” franchise.”.
Indian woman condemns release of her convicted rapists
A Muslim woman who was gang raped while pregnant during India’s devastating 2002 religious riots has appealed to the government to rescind its decision to free 11 men who had been jailed for life for committing the crime, after they were released on suspended sentences.