Gender-reveal parties in vogue since 2008, but people have now started taking extreme measures during such events, with often other disastrous consequences besides wildfires.
Chinese airlines have managed to recover much faster from coronavirus crisis, thanks to a vast domestic market and the removal of travel curbs.
As the Covid-19 pandemic shows no signs of letting up, ThePrint highlights the most important stories on the crisis from across the globe.
9 Covid vaccine developers signed a pledge saying they won't submit their inoculations for Food & Drug Administration approval until they show safety & efficacy in late-stage trial.
Asif Pervaiz, a 37-year-old garment factory worker accused of sending 'blasphemous texts' to his former work supervisor, will first serve three years in jail for 'misusing his phone'.
The lack of women in the PM race points to a shortcoming in Abe’s effort to promote greater female participation in supervisory positions, to help push Japan's shrinking workforce.
For the Gulf Arab states, a strategic partnership with China does not help achieve regional balance against Iran.
Mulan, originally planned to release in March, is crucial to Disney’s recovery after the pandemic forced cinemas around the world to close or operate under tight restrictions.
US move to restrict Chinese companies from accessing data of Americans is already impacting corporate deal-making & geopolitics, with both countries and companies pressured to pick sides.
With clusters rising again, prolonged lockdown-like conditions in Singapore have brought new psychological stressors, in the dorms with poor ventilation and shared bathrooms.