The documentary for Apple TV aims to raise awareness about mental health
No politician in Indian history has been able to create a celebrity outreach program like Modi, say academics
While much reporting by the UK press on the royals is respectful, it can also be harshly critical, even cruel.
'We decided not to keep the music locked away,' reads a statement from his family
The Taliban had banned women from playing music when in power from 1996 to 2001 but change is afoot
Pilou Asbaek has something to say about Game of Thrones' ending as the gang walks their last red carpet
This can be a spoiler (ALERT) or it could turn out to be pretty harmless.
Nine Inch Nails, Hozier were also listed as offensive during the minister's statement on hate speech in parliament
According to reports, the surgery will involve placing a stent in the singer’s heart.
“I’m so sorry to all our fans in America and Canada with tickets. I really hate letting you down like this."
The actor had last month said that he once wanted to kill any black man in response to the rape of a friend.
Ziad al-Rayes, head of Syria's TV producers association, said it was again possible to film comfortably and effectively.
It is weird that you're making a movie with all these great actors and the main character is not there, says Tim Burton.
Apple has also partnered with Hollywood celebrities to make a streaming debut with a slate of original content.
'We are with you, we want you to feel at home on your own streets, we love, support and respect you,’ said one woman
A remake of the 1941 Disney classic, the film is centred on a circus baby elephant who's ridiculed for having huge ears.
“Diana (is) 10/1 red hot favourite, no great surprises there,” William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said.
Ibtihaj Muhammad made history in Rio last year as the first US Olympian to represent her country wearing a hijab
The actor claims he will be playing the second lead in the film, next to teenager Zaira Wasim
Jay Z pens an ode to his fractured marriage rapping that it "took for my child to be born, see through a woman's eyes"
The duo apologised after causing an uproar for selling T-shirts featuring their faces over images of famed musical icons