More than 280 items of Michael Jackson memorabilia including the King of Pop’s favourite 1967 Rolls Royce will go on display in Japan from next month. The Lifetime Collection will be exhibited at the Tokyo Tower museum from May 1 to July 4. Exhibits will include an antique piano and the famous crystal-studded gloves belonging to the superstar, who … Continue reading Michael Jackson memorabilia to go on show in Japan
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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has hinted at a probe against opposition leader Khaleda Zia who she says was “hiding for three days” before the country’s border guard troopers mutinied in February last year.
Repeating a charge that she had made on the floor of the National Assembly last year, Hasina told a meeting of her [...] Continue reading Zia went into hiding before border guard mutiny: Hasina
Asian Tigers, a formerly unknown militant outfit from Pakistan, has threatened to kill three hostages they had kidnapped last month in North Waziristan region near the Afghan border.
The militants made the threats in an email message, which also attached video footage of two hostages – human rights activist Khalid Khawaja and British journalist of Pakistani [...] Continue reading Pakistani militants threaten to kill hostages
The financial damage caused by the Icelandic volcano to the global aviation industry could be greater than the September 11 terrorist attack in the US in 2001, say experts.
The eruption of ash cloud from the Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland, which began April 14, has halted air traffic throughout central and northern Europe, leaving thousands of [...] Continue reading Volcanic ash cloud damaging airlines more than 9/11: Experts
Recipient of this year’s prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honour, Indian American business leader Rao S. Anumolu believes the Indian community, doing an “A+ job” professionally and economically, is now catching on in politics too.
“Indians here are mostly professionals – doctors, engineers and in finance field, etc,” says Anumolu, president and CEO of Long Island [...] Continue reading ‘Indian Americans catching up in US politics too’