No trousers, no shoes. Yet Marius Fernandes is an extraordinary man, in his trademark shorts, a shirt and a pair of sandals, no matter the occasion, no matter where he goes and who he meets in the red soil of Goa. He does not attend weddings, funerals or any other functions.
The British Antarctic Territory last month saw its first ever wedding. Polar field guides Julie Baum and Tom Sylvester got married in sub-zero temperatures in the Adelaide Island in a two-day celebration.
With the pressure of working in a corporate environment, we all look forward to weekends; the joy extends a bit more if it’s a long weekend. Therefore, we, the people from big cities head to the nearest haven.
Sister Lourdu Mary Nagothu lives an extraordinary life.
Looking for a right broker is probably the toughest thing to do in India. In this competitive business world almost every stock broker is claiming that they are no 1, spending a lot in branding and promotion.
The jam-packed Olympic Stadium in London couldn’t have hoped for a better spectacle on the opening night of the IAAF Athletics World Championship last Friday.
The Indian automobile market may not be ready for an electric car revolution yet, but the world is. In fact, Norway is already living the future with thousands of fully electric Tesla cars roaming the streets of Oslo.
Earlier this week, International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president Sebastian Coe made a simple assessment of Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt.
Pictures of helpless, grieving relatives carrying their dead and ill on backs is a mind-numbing reality of the Indian health care system. But going by the government announcements looks like humans figure pretty low on its priorities.
Lufthansa Airlines is tapping innovative entrepreneurs across India. Its mentorship programme, called Lufthansa Runway to Success, is being carried out in collaboration with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), founded in Silicon Valley, a not-for-profit network of successful entrepreneurs.
Moga girl Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten knock of 171, which ripped apart defending champions Australia in the ICC Women’s World Cup semifinal in Derby last week, has earned her many monikers. Hurricane Harmanpreet, Harmonster or Superharman, the list goes on.
Technology is making our lives easier every day: with just a few taps on our mobile phones, we can summon our rides or get whatever delivered at our doorstep. But the way the technology is spreading its wings is making it more vulnerable to external attacks.