Louis Vuitton to display Ernest Hemingway's trunk
In mid-19th century, Louis Vuitton began to create personalised trunks. One such piece was requested by Hemingway, which he used as a library trunk.
How a culture of narcissism has made mediocrity great today
The change is the outcome of two simultaneous conditions: the rapid privatisation...
Sotheby's London offers Samuel Beckett's first novel 'Murphy'
Irish-born Beckett, ""the last modernist"", was the author of a body of work steeped in the western literary tradition but with its own highly distinctive voice.
Samuel Beckett's first novel 'Murphy' sold for £962,500 at Sotheby's London
The centrepiece of Sotheby's sale of English Literature, History, Children's Books and Illustrations, the manuscript was estimated to realise £800,000 to £1.2 million.
Ransomware emerges as the most dangerous cyberthreat facing consumers: Norton by Symantec
Consumer ransomware campaigns are automated, with most attack groups simply attempting to infect as many computers as possible to maximise their returns.
Rajasthan minister drops Akbar’s name from Ajmer fort
Not until Rajasthan minister Vasudev Devnani, who is also an MLA from Ajmer North, had an idea he thought historic: Propose to the administration that the name be changed to `Ajmer ka Qila'.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi tomorrow
The PMUY scheme aims to provide free LPG connections to about five crore families living below poverty line across the country.
Unravel the Arabian mystique on a personalised trip
Enjoy local Bahraini cuisine, cultural treats and race private cars.
Narendra Modi gifted race horse, fiddle during Mongolia visit
PM Modi today received a special gift -- a brown race horse -- from his Mongolian couterpart Chimed Saikhanbileg on his historic visit to the country.
Monsoon-like downpour washes out 'Jai Ho' at Buckingham Palace
The band played a string of Bollywood tunes, including 'Aaj ki raat' from 'Don' and some Bhangra beats, ending on a grand crescendo.
'Kalayug' review: A missed masterstroke
A catty tale of the art world starts on a promising note, but fails to deliver.
Congress plans Global Social Justice meet to counter Vibrant Gujarat
The Congress social justice summit is being timed to the 126th birth anniversary of the Dalit icon Dr Ambedkar.
DNA biologist James Watson's Nobel medal sells for $4.7 million
A 1962 Nobel prize for the discovery of the structure of DNA has sold at auction for $4.7 million, a world auction record for any Nobel prize.
Christie’s announces centerpiece of Renaissance sale during old masters week in New York
Perhaps the finest illuminated manuscript in private hands, it is expected to inspire fierce competition, with an estimate of $12,000,000-$18,000,000.
Navy SEAL who wrote Osama bin Laden raid book to pay over $7 mn
Bissonnette did not violate matters of national security but rather violated contracted non-disclosure agreements with the military, reports said.
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