Lifestyle & Culture
Tourists who have been triple-vaccinated and come from the United States, Australia, Thailand and Singapore will be allowed to take part in specified tours starting later this month.
The US YouTuber drew flak for wearing the Cartier-designed jewellery, which originally belonged to an Indian king, at the New York event’s red carpet.
Mangoes are an integral part of Indian history, culture, mythology and religion. But extreme temperatures and unseasonal rains have badly dented harvests.
Owned by leading film stars, vanity vans are used as retreats during long shooting schedules. They function as a home away from home, where stars relax, workout, conduct business meetings or even host parties.
Indonesia’s coordinating minister of maritime and investment affairs Luhut Pandjaitan offered Musk the candy during a meeting about Indonesia’s efforts to develop electric vehicle batteries along with other investments.
The city state’s mosques are once again bustling with worshippers as Eid al-Fitr celebrations return at full scale, after last month’s lifting of capacity limits and social-distancing curbs.
It’s time to change the Japanese television industry’s long-standing tradition of using pain and humiliation to get laughs and views.
Bechan Baba, 70, has for the past six decades been tending to a mosque in Varanasi, where Hindus and Muslims believe in living with harmony.
People are increasingly gathering to recite Islamic verses across Indonesia, sparking a debate on whether these gatherings bode well for inclusion and harmony.
Many families are cooking one-pot dishes with local lentils, cutting down on expensive veggies and avoiding deep fried snacks to tide over the cost of living crisis.
From offering well-being guidance on TikTok to starting self-help groups, Vietnam’s millennials and Gen Z are defying local taboos surrounding open discussions on mental health. These efforts have come into focus after a recent spate of youth suicides.
Yasin, who became a household name in Malaysia during the 1990s for his Islamic devotional and spiritual music, used cannabis for his bipolar disorder. He now faces the death penalty if convicted.
Ukraine was, until the invasion, an increasingly favoured destination for popular Indian filmmakers – and the country’s landscapes have become familiar to film-goers via the big screen.
Amid a debate on whether Indonesians should reduce meat consumption to combat climate change, foodies say it’s easy to have a plant-based diet with tempeh and gado-gado.
Commercial surrogacy has been viewed as a win-win by couples struggling to conceive and women looking to escape poverty, even as exploitation was rife in the industry.
Uttar Pradesh has revived its controversial police squads supposedly aimed at stopping sexual harassment in the street – raising vigilantism concerns, and fears they will be used to target young Muslim men.
From next year, the city state will allow single women aged 21 to 35 to freeze their eggs. But fertility is a complex matter, as South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand’s experience shows.
Four in 10 residents of the Indonesian city that’s within a province bordering East Malaysia are ethnic Chinese. A new survey has found it’s the most tolerant place in the Muslim-majority nation of 270 million people.
The wife of Britain’s finance minister Rishi Sunak, who has an almost US$1 billion stake in tech giant Infosys, has won both support and censure in India over her non-domiciled tax status in the UK.
The leaves and fruits of the Moringa tree are a popular superfood in Western nations but have long been savoured in India, including by PM Modi who has moringa parathas for breakfast.