Tuesday, 26th May 2015
Entertainment
  • Singer Shavrina seriously injured in car accident in Moscow
    23rd March 2014
    Russian popular folk singer Yekaterina Shavrina was seriously injured in a car accident in the New Moscow district, Moscow police told Itar-Tass on Saturday. The accident occurred on Friday at about 22:00 at the 36th km of ...
  • New Zealand court fines US actor Chris Pine for drink driving
    17th March 2014
    U.S. film actor and "Star Trek" star Chris Pine pleaded guilty in a New Zealand court to drink-driving and was fined and disqualified from driving for six months, media reported on Monday. Pine, 33, was charged after a ...
  • Bollywood`s Saif Ali Khan pleads not guilty to assault
    14th March 2014
    Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan appeared in court on Thursday and denied breaking the nose of a South African businessman at a luxury hotel two years ago, a report said. The alleged incident happened in Mumbais Taj Mahal ...
  • Japan teen girl group AKB48 invites mature applicants
    6th March 2014
    Japanese commercial music juggernaut AKB48 is looking to build on its wildly successful all-girl group by adding a more mature member to its teen-dominated line-up, an advert released Wednesday said. The collective, whose ...
  • Alain Resnais, director of "Hiroshima, Mon Amour", dies aged 91
    3rd March 2014
    The French film director Alain Resnais, known for classics such as "Hiroshima, Mon Amour", "Last Year at Marienbad" and the documentary "Night and Fog" about Nazi concentration camps, died on Sunday (2/2) at the age of ...
  • Indonesia to propose Borobudur-Machu Picchu sister heritage cooperation
    27th February 2014
    Indonesia will propose sister heritage cooperation between Borobudur and Machu Picchu in Peru, in a bid to enhance cultural exchange between the two countries. "This proposal was supported by the Minister of Tourism and ...
  • Robert Hughes on trial in Sydney court
    25th February 2014
    Former Australian TV star Robert Lindsay Hughes is on trial in the Downing Center District Court in Sydney after pleading not guilty to 11 child-sex charges involving girls aged from seven to 15, local media reported on Monday ...
  • Lady Gaga reaches settlement with plaintiff in royalty lawsuit
    22nd February 2014
    Lady Gaga and a producer have settled a lawsuit in which the latter accused the pop star owed him royalties, local media reported Frdiay. Teddy Riley, a Grammy Award winner, filed the breach-of-contract accusation in Los ...
  • Rolling Stones rock Abu Dhabi in first Middle East show
    22nd February 2014
    Vintage hell-raisers, the Rolling Stones played their first ever concert in the Middle east on Friday - a gig to 30,000, mostly Western fans in culturally conservative Abu Dhabi. A swaggering Mick Jagger, dressed in black ...
  • Yogyakarta to stage traditional art performances in 2014
    22nd February 2014
    The Yogyakarta Cultural Development Center (TBY) will again stage traditional art performances, as they seek to transmit the spirit of togetherness from the art players to the community, according to TBY Chief Diah Tutuko ...