London: The ‘Taste of Britain Curry Festival’ is all set to travel to the home of curries, India, with leading British chefs aiming to recreate an exclusive selection of dishes that have become a hit in the European country.Read More »
Cairo: Earlier, the Egyptian Supreme Judiciary Council approved the return of Mahmoud, a Hosni Mubarak-era prosecutor-general, who was dismissed by a controversial constitutional declaration issued by Morsi in November last year.Read More »
BRUSSELS: EU ambassadors were to hold talks in Brussels Thursday to agree a common stance on allegations of US spying on European premises and embassies that have sparked outrage across the bloc.Read More »
MOSCOW: CIA leaker Edward Snowden may have found a soul mate in Russia.
Anna Chapman, the red-haired Russian secret agent expelled from the United States in 2010, seized the moment and proposed marriage to the 30-year-old former NSA contractor, who is on the run after disclosing details of a top-secret surveillance program that allegedly targeted millions of Americans.
Cairo: The army, Egypt's the most powerful institution, abruptly forced Morsi out of office as a 48-hour ultimatum in the wake of massive protests against his turbulent rule expired last night.Read More »
Lima: Real estate developers using heavy machinery tore down a 20-foot (6-meter) tall pyramid at the oldest archaeological site near Peru's country's capital, cultural officials said on Wednesday.Read More »
LONDON/WASHINGTON: The Indian Embassy in the US is among the list of 38 diplomatic missions which were being spied upon by American intelligence agencies, as per the latest top secret US National Security Agency documents leaked by the whistleblower Edward Snowden.Read More »
CAIRO: At least 16 people were killed and hundreds injured in clashes across Egypt as angry protestors took to the streets for the second day on Monday, storming the headquarters ruling Muslim Brotherhood and giving an ultimatum to beleaguered President Mohamed Morsi to quit by Tuesday.Read More »