Tahira Kashyap Khurrana unveils her latest short film 'Quaranteen Crush'

'Quaranteen Crush', part of the 'Feels Like Ishq' anthology on Netflix, depicts an innocent love story between two teenagers with the innate quirky zing of Tahira.

published on : 23rd July 2021

Action after the ultimate experience

The student who has experienced this state now sings out in joy, in praise of his teacher who has guided his mind to this experience.

published on : 11th July 2021

Look at the big picture of well-being, nurture your body, soul, relationships, career and environment

Celebrate your bio-individuality instead of harping on weight and inch loss 

published on : 27th June 2021

American fans can enjoy La Liga on ESPN from next season, 8-year agreement signed

The twice-a-season El Clasicos between Barcelona and Real Madrid are the most-viewed domestic league games worldwide and are likely to be on ABC.

published on : 14th May 2021

Glimmer of hope in gloom

Well-being emotional and physical has today become a priority. Mindfulness can help tap into both.

published on : 11th April 2021

Egypt demands FIFA give state TV World Cup rights

The authority said it received a complaint against FIFA, accusing the international football organising body of violating Egypt's competition law.

published on : 11th June 2018

Oman bans pirate beIN decoders ahead of FIFA World Cup

Oman has banned the import of decoders that would allow viewers to watch pirated versions of World Cup matches transmitted by Qatari broadcaster beIN Media.

published on : 31st May 2018

Swiss probe PSG's Nasser Al-Khelaifi and ex-FIFA executive Jerome Valcke over corruption

Switzerland said Thursday it has opened a criminal corruption probe targeting the head of PSG club Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

published on : 13th October 2017

Doha-based beIN graft claims test limit of Qatar's soft power

World football is still dealing with the fallout from the events of 2015 when FIFA officials were arrested.

published on : 13th October 2017

US teen pleads guilty to internet villain-inspired attack

She told the court she participated in the attack, because she feared the internet character Slender Man -- a villain featured on a horror website -- would otherwise hurt her and her family. 

published on : 22nd August 2017