Imperial War Museum to showcase Japanese WWII artifacts

London: A new display of items related to Japan`s role in World War II has opened at the `Imperial War Museum` in London following a major revival of the building.

Allen`s `Bullets Over Broadway` musical to end

New York: Woody Allen`s first stage musical `Bullets Over Broadway` would end its run on August 24.

Benedict Cumberbatch to have wax figurine at Tussauds

London: Actor Benedict Cumberbatch is the latest celebrity to have his wax statue at the Madame Tussauds museum here.

Nitish Bhardwaj back as Krishna, feels nervous

New Delhi: He left an indelible mark on the Indian TV viewers when he first played Lord Krishna over 25 years ago in B.R. Chopra`s `Mahabharata`.

Unesco draws action plan to safeguard Iraqi heritage

Paris: Concerned about illicit excavation of archaeological sites and trafficking of artefacts in conflict-torn Iraq, Unesco Friday said cultural heritage experts hav

DiCaprio challenged to buy Nelson Mandela`s photo

Los Angeles: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio has been challanged by a leading US memorabilia dealer to bid for a photograph of himself with Nelson Mandela.

Broadway to give dim lights honor to Elaine Stritch who died at 89

Washington: Broadway will dim its light for 1 minute on July 18 to honor Elaine Stritch, who died at the age of 89 recently.

Thousands seek release of `vagina artist` arrested in Japan

Tokyo: Around 20,000 people have signed a petition online urging Japanese authorities to release Megumi Igarashi, known as the "vagina artist", arrested last Saturday

Month-long Indian festival in S Africa starts with exhibition

Johannesburg: A digital exhibition featuring the lives of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela as two of the greatest leaders of the past century has kicked off a month-