DNA: Analysis of traffic system of Vancouver, Canada

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William Shakespeare's real face appears in botany book

A 400-year-old botany book contains what could be the only known portrait of English poet and playwright William Shakespeare made in his lifetime, an academic expert said on Tuesday.

Martin Scorsese to film Kenneth Branagh's Macbeth play
Martin Scorsese to film Kenneth Branagh's Macbeth play

Hollywood filmamker Martin Scorsese is turning Kenneth Branagh's stage adaptation of Macbeth into a film and will be filming it at the Second World War Leavesden Aerodrome in Hertfordshire.

There is no writer bigger than Shakespeare: Vishal Bhardwaj

His love for Shakespeare's classics is evident from his movies like ‘Maqbool’ and ‘Haider’, and filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj says Shakespeare is one of the best writers in the literary world.

Chinese author spends 150k pounds to look like Shakespeare

A best-selling Chinese author has shelled out a staggering 151,000 pounds on plastic surgery to look like the famed playwright William Shakespeare.

William Shakespeare's first folio found in France!
William Shakespeare's first folio found in France!

William Shakespeare's first folio has been found in a small French town, according to an international daily. The precious first copy has been discovered in the library of Saint-Omer, where it had been safely placed for more than hundred years.

Vishal Bhardwaj now wants to adapt Shakespeare's comedies
Vishal Bhardwaj now wants to adapt Shakespeare's comedies

After completing the trilogy of William Shakespeare's tragedies, 'Haider' director Vishal Bhardwaj is keen to give a big screen spin to Bard's comedies.

Paul McCartney recites Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' lines
Paul McCartney recites Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' lines


Los Angeles: Beatles singer Paul McCartney recited a few lines of William Shakespeare's play 'Hamlet' in an impromptu gig at a concert.

Now, Vishal Bharadwaj plans to adapt Shakespeare's comedy plays

Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who has adapted three of the most popular tragedies by William Shakespeare into films, is now planning to turn three of his comedy plays into films.

Shahid Kapoor`s work in `Haider` impresses Papa Kapur

"I am happy to see my son doing well," said acclaimed actor Pankaj Kapur referring to Shahid Kapoor`s work in his forthcoming film ‘Haider’, an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare`s ‘Hamlet’.

Hope I did justice: Michael Fassbender on playing Macbeth

Michael Fassbender says he was quite intimidated to play Macbeth on the big screen.

`Treat Shakespeare`s dramas and film adaptations distinctly`

With scores of films across the world adapted from William Shakespeare`s immortal works and viewers subjecting them to scrutiny, eminent theatre critic Anand Lal says audiences should treat films and the written word distinctly.

Benedict Cumberbatch to play Richard III

`Sherlock` star Benedict Cumberbatch is all set to star as Richard III in an upcoming adaptation of William Shakespeare`s play.

When William Shakespeare left a bed for his wife!

o you know that William Shakespeare left 150 pounds each to his daughters and a bed to his wife?

Shakespeare`s school allows girls to enrol for first time

The British all-boys school that famed English playwright William Shakespeare attended has opened its doors to girls for the first time in its 460-year history.

Coronation Street boss believes soap writers better than Shakespeare

A Coronation Street boss defended using William Shakespeare`s poetry .

Bradley Cooper cried after reading Shakespeare’s `Romeo and Juliet`

Bradley Cooper has revealed that he once cried as college student when he read William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ for the second time.

Know more about history to settle in UK

A test that all immigrants have to pass before being allowed to settle permanently in the UK is to be revised.

Shakespeare’s first theatre discovered in London

The remains of a playhouse used by William Shakespeare`s company has been discovered by Archeologists in London.

William Shakespeare: 448 and still going strong!

William Shakespeare is not susceptible to the dents of time; he is synonymous with it.