A woman and three former employees of the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant plan to spend Christmas nailed to wooden crosses and going without food in front of the Brazilian embassy in the Paraguayan capital.
A couple separated by deportation have realised their dream of getting married in a religious ceremony at a fence dividing the cities of Tijuana in Mexico and San Diego in the US.
The Modi government's key programmes, including Make in India, would be highlighted during the Jan 7-9 Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) being held in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, that is expected to see around 3,000 Indian diaspora attending.
Excavation experts have unearthed nearly 8,000-year-old ancient clay pots in the Lower Galilee region of northern Israel with olive oil residues in them, driving home the point that our ancestors were aware about the oil's health benefits.
Women who consume medicines commonly used to treat osteoporosis and other bone conditions halve the risk of developing uterine cancer compared to women who do not use such drugs, shows a study.
Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung Monday made an emotional appeal to Delhiites to help the city's homeless by giving them clothes, saying that displaying "yeoman" kindness" was a rare opportunity in life.
An expert from Loughborough University in Britain has developed a social network platform called 'Sleepful' to help insomniacs access online a promising "talking therapy".
Beginning January, Delhiites will get a chance to partake in an art project that will both inform and entertain them while on the move.
Porn addiction may be one of the reasons why most Americans are not tying the knot, says a study.
A new start-up known as Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is planning to develop a supertube that would take take passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 35 minutes flat at a speed of 760 miles per hour.