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British journalist Anna Wintour is truly a fashion and style icon and these pictures are proof

She has championed the art of keeping it simple yet stylish with her fashion outings. She's regarded as one of the early pioneers of fashion

25 Mar 2023 2:11 pm
Hope for Peace: Ramzan begins for Muslims around the world

The first daily fast of the Islamic holy month of Ramzan began on Thursday. During the coming four weeks, hundreds of millions of Muslims will abstain from food and water from dawn to dusk, before gathering with family and friends for nighttime meals

23 Mar 2023 3:34 pm
Gandhi and Bose in the time of AI: Artist imagines world leaders from the past taking selfies

A digital artist on Instagram harnessed the power of Midjourney AI and Photoshop, and reimagined a world where world leaders from the distant past, would have smartphones, and would post selfies on social media.

22 Mar 2023 3:23 pm
AI-generated pictures of former President Trump getting arrested send Twitter into a frenzy

AI-Generated images of former US President Donald Trump created a massive frenzy on Twitter, as people assumed the images to be real. Created using Stable Diffusion, the images were shared by a verified account on Twitter.

22 Mar 2023 1:56 pm
All-Weather Friends: PM Modi, Japan Premiere Kishida savour lightermoments

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited India's capital New Delhi on Monday. Both sides held diplomatic talks aimed at boosting India-Japan global strategic partnership. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart were also captured savouring Indian snacks

21 Mar 2023 2:00 pm
China, G20 and G7: Japanese PM Fumio Kishidas agenda for his 27-hour visit to India

Japan's Fumio Kishida emphasised India's importance for a free Indo-Pacific region during his talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Japanese prime minister is on his second visit to the country where the two sides will also talk about the G20 and G7 summits

20 Mar 2023 2:01 pm
When a fox smiled and frogs hitched a ride: The best of British Wildlife Photography

Britain's beautiful wildlife comes alive in these captivating and stunning images. The winners of this contest remind us of the value our wild ecosystem still holds

17 Mar 2023 3:43 pm
Freaky Freddy: The longest-lived cyclone brings death and destruction to southern Africa

After four days of destructive wind and rain, local communities and relief workers are now confronting the aftermath of Cyclone Freddy. The cyclone has killed more than 250 people and displaced tens of thousands of others across Malawi and Mozambique

16 Mar 2023 2:37 pm
The Future is Female: Women march, rally on International Womens Day

Today, 8 March, marks the 112th International Womens Day. Women across the globe are taking out marches to defend their rights and demand for equality. This year assumes more significance as UN chief Antonio Guterres warned that global progress on women's rights is 'vanishing before our eyes'

8 Mar 2023 2:41 pm
Heated pool, spas, and nannies on call: How India is experiencing a mad rush for luxury housing

According to industry executives, many Indians want to upgrade their homes after the COVID-19 pandemic confined them indoors. Working from home has also increased demand for larger apartments, which has been fuelled by rising incomes and India's growing population of nouveau riche

7 Mar 2023 11:05 am
Nowhere To Go: Rohingya refugees struggle after huge fire destroys their camp in Bangladesh

A blaze ripped through one of the 32 camps in Coxs Bazar where Rohingya refugees, who fled the military crackdown in Myanmar, reside. The fire destroyed 2,000 shelters, leaving around 12,000 of them homeless

6 Mar 2023 3:11 pm