Much Homework for Australian Cricket After India Tour
“Homework-gate” has led to the sacking of four Australian cricketers. Will the team learn its lessons?
China: No Longer Largest Art Market
The U.S. regained its status as the world’s largest art market in 2012, after sales in China fell by nearly a quarter.
Holi: India’s Festival of Colors, Minus the Water
Across India, Hindus are flinging colored powder but less water than usual at this year’s Holi.
World Cup Hopes Hang in the Balance for Japan, Australia
Japan and Australia had their World Cup hopes put on hold last night by Jordan and Oman.
Weibo: The Real People’s Daily
China’s popular microblogging site Weibo has become the nation’s premier online outlet for public opinion.
The Steve Jobs Manga: Apple’s Founder Lives On in Illustrated Form
A manga series that tells Steve Jobs’ story hit stores yesterday in Japan.
Japan Set to Book Ticket to World Cup
Japan is on the verge of securing its slot in the 2014 World Cup. Other places are up for grabs.
Navneet Kaur Dhillon Crowned Miss India 2013
Navneet Kaur Dhillon won the Pond’s Femina Miss India 2013 contest in Mumbai last night.
MTV’s Korean Drama Butterfly to Raise Awareness on Human Trafficking
MTV and Korean drama join the fight against modern slavery.
Sanjay Dutt to Finish Jail Term for Illegal Arms Possession
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt must finish his five years in jail for weapons possession linked to terror group.
Honda Eyes Return to Formula One
With Hyundai also considering involvement, Asia’s influence in Formula One could soon be greater than ever.
A Dream Denied for Japan at World Baseball Classic
Japan’s aim for three consecutive winning championships would be denied at the WBC.