European cinema is reflecting a continent shaken by immigration, terrorism, identity and faith. But it comes at a time when nationalism and alt-right movements are challenging the artistic freedoms of filmmakers nearly 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise of liberal democracy.
People who continue with their regular physical activities may have reduced risk of first and recurrent heart attack even in the areas with moderate-to-high levels of traffic pollution, a new study suggests.
Qafco Pakistani Community (QPC), an organisation of Pakistani expatriates working in Qatar Fertiliser Company, recently hosted an Urdu mushaira (poetry symposium) for members and families at Al Banush Club in Mesaieed Industrial City (MIC).
The downtown complex that has housed the Los Angeles Times for decades is filled with notable spaces: the pristine test kitchen, the bustling newsroom and the historic Globe Lobby with its 10-foot-high murals, busts of past publishers and hulking linotype machine.
International Nepali Literature Society (INLS) in association with Nabodit Literature Library (NLL) recently organised an event to remember Bhanubhakta Acharya, first Nepali language poet, to acknowledge him for his contribution in Nepali literature and celebrate his 204nd birthday.