Mumbai, July 26: November 2016 is going to get extra thrilling! The upcoming horrance (horror romance) SAANSEIN – THE LAST BREATH is set to scare the living daylights out of you! The spooky romantic fare is arriving on November 11, 2016 to send the chill down your spine with leadRead More →

New York, July 29: David Jones last week, launched its Spring Summer 2016 campaign in line with a new brand promise, ‘One Name: Endless Possibilities.’ Photographed on a rooftop in New York and starring supermodel, Elsa Hosk alongside David Jones Ambassadors’, Jessica Gomes and Montana Cox, the SS16 imagery capturesRead More →

people with Autism often have gastrointestinal problems Melbourne, July 28: University of Melbourne researchers have teamed up with industry to explore the genetics underlying the relationship between autism and changes to the gut. As well as the more well known symptoms of impaired social communication and repetitive behaviour, people withRead More →

by Clemente Ferrer Melbourne, July 28: The advertising industry has always seen as a corrupt activity trying to win over potential consumers through unethical deception. However, advertising, depending on how it is used, can be a powerful weapon to draw attention to different products. NGOs have launched campaigns to generateRead More →

Florida, July 20: Dream Merchants Entertainment LLC, formed by malayalees, announced the production of their first English feature film, The Kamasutra Garden. The 140-minute feature film is based on the acclaimed novel The Kamasutra Garden by Riju R. Sam. The film takes viewers on a journey to a brothel inRead More →

Get serious about osteoporosis during Healthy Bones Action Week Melbourne, July 28: Australia’s most vibrant and influential female foodies are flexing their culinary muscle, warning women about a stealthy danger that threatens the best years of their lives. Maggie Beer, Lyndey Milan, Kate McGhie, Christine Manfield and Catherine Saxelby areRead More →

Boronia, June 20: Melbourne’s First Hindu Organisation and Temple & Associations (HOTA) Forum held on the first Sunday of June, at Sri Vakratunda Vinayagar Hindu Temple in Basin, Melbourne was a big success. HOTA, using the Ekta Shankh as its symbol, brought together representatives from different cultural, spiritual and educational groups ofRead More →

Jodhpur, July 25: The Rajasthan High Court on Monday acquitted Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in two cases of chinkara poaching of 1998, disappointing the Bishnoi community and animal rights activists. Salman had appealed before the Jodhpur bench of the high court challenging a lower court verdict of 2006 handing himRead More →

‘Foodie’ culture is causing Australians to chew through their finances, according to new research from industry super-fund owned bank ME. Melbourne, July 26: Around a third of Australians (33%) can be termed as ‘foodie’ and are spending more on food-related trends, such as ‘superfoods’, roving food trucks or online delivery services, thanRead More →

Canberra, July 22: An 1,800-year-old Buddha statue which was displayed in the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is being prepared for its return to India, after it was found to have been purchased from an illegal antiquity trafficker, authorities said on Friday. The second-century statue stands at 1.3 metres tall,Read More →