Is the Cuban healthcare system really as great as people claim?
An American who trained to be a doctor in Cuba gives his views of the island's health service.
Video: Bangladesh's Sabbir Rahman swings his bat at an opponent in an ugly onfield fight
The incident took place during a Bangladesh Premier League match between the Rajshahi Kings and the Rangpur Riders.
'Psychological torture does not work': A forensic psychologist on interrogating a criminal
Investigating a crime also means having to deal with people with PTSD or the mentally ill, says psychologist Dr Gavin Oxburgh.
In photos: Glimpses of Cameroon's journey to the final of the women's African Cup of Nations
The Lionesses will face off against Nigeria in Saturday's final in a tournament that has been a great advertisement for the women's game.
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Delhi weekend cultural calendar: Heritage walks, gardening workshop, and more
There is a lot happening in the nation's capital over the next three days.
Dear doctor, why aren’t all movie therapists as dishy as Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Dear Zindagi’?
Popular cinema has found inventive and often unscientific ways to enliven the intimacy and intensity of therapy sessions.
The Supreme Court order on standing up for the national anthem is not in tune with the Constitution
In spite of its powers, the top court cannot make law or devise punishment.
Watch: Sreesanth is back. Not on the field, but on the big screen (with an expressionless face)
The controversial former Indian pacer makes his movie debut with the Malayalam film 'Team 5'.
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