Israel urges Poland to change bill regarding its role in Nazi Holocaust
The recent bill passed by Poland which made it illegal to acknowledge Poland’s role in the Holocaust, making it punishable for up to three years, was opposed by Israel, calling it “baseless”.
London lit up by Lumiere festival
Artists from Britain and around the world exhibited their artworks on some of the landmark buildings in London as a part of the four-night Lumiere festival of light.
How America Fell in Love with Vodka
Vodka, the sterile-flavoured drink, gained popularity initially in Columbia, South Carolina, where they labelled vodka as “white whiskey”, with a banner that said “Smirnoff White Whiskey-No Smell, No Taste.”
The ‘Agra Scroll’ reflects the imperial capital’s glory before it was ravaged by war and time
The scroll points out that despite the destruction caused due to war and other circumstances, Agra’s majestic history is still very prominent along the riverfront.
Inside North Korea’s Literary Fiction Factory
Korean Workers’ Party has established bureaucracy specially for training people in the domain of literature and other art, making it the only autocratic regime having artists and writers creating work in sync with the party’s ideologies.