Category: FORK & CORK
Istanbul has been has the hub of three imperial haute cuisines, making use of not only lo-cal but imported foodstuffs ranging from caviar from the north coast of the Black Sea to spices from India
Countries from five continents formally signed up on June 29 to the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank -- a potential rival to the Washington-based World Bank -- as Beijing steps up its global diplomatic and economic role.
Category: GÜVEN SAK
What would you do if someone asked you to summarize the major tensions of human beings on this blue planet of ours? I’m talking about the big, systemic issues – the problems of capitalism, war, climate change and development.
Reza Zarrab’s road to export glory, recently recognized in a controversial award ceremony, was paved by a series of smart maneuvers designed to sidestep U.S.-led sanctions on Iran
Millions of yoga enthusiasts bent and twisted their bodies in complex postures across India and much of the world on June 21 to mark the first International Yoga Day
Nico Rosberg won the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix for the second year in a row in a Mercedes one-two finish with team mate Lewis Hamilton on June 21
The number of people worth $1 million or more rose by 920,000 last year, hitting a record 14.6 million. It was the sixth straight year-on-year increase as rising stock prices lifted the value of personal wealth in a few key countries, according to a report from consultant Capgemini and RBC Wealth Management
Russia and Turkey produced the most doping violations in 2013, with athletics and weightlifting leading the sports with the highest number of cases, according to a new report
India hit a new low with a “humiliating” loss to tiny Guam in World Cup qualifying, the country’s media said on June 17.
Britain's Whitbread posted a 4.3 percent rise in first quarter underlying group sales on June 16, helped by strong demand at its budget hotel chain Premier Inn and continued growth in its Costa Coffee business.
A devastating earthquake that hit Nepal in April moved Mount Everest three centimeters to the southwest, but did not change its height, according to Chinese research published on June 16.
Nuclear armed states continue to upgrade their stockpiles despite an international trend towards disarmament, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute reported June 15
A more reliable terrestrial broadband network could enable Iraq to become a transcontinental transit route for Internet traffic, a senior executive at one of two firms providing submarine connectivity to the war-torn country told Reuters.
Rupert Murdoch will soon hand over the reins of the media dynasty that began with his father's Australian newspaper nearly a century ago to his sons
Turkey ranked second after Brazil in making the highest commitments for total infrastructure investments among 139 emerging countries in 2014, according to data from the World Bank.
Overseas markets bring in more advertising revenue than the United States for Facebook Inc, amounting to 51 percent of global ad sales in the first quarter, with growth in Asia the fastest in the world at 57 percent, company executives told Reuters
A European Union embargo on arms imports from Russia, imposed last year in response to a pro-Russian rebellion in Ukraine, is speeding the demise of central Europe’s remaining military ties to its former overlord
Airbus is “watching with interest” to see whether United Technologies Corp (UTC) puts its Sikorsky helicopter business up for sale, the head of Airbus’ US division said on June 8.
There is a common element among the winners of the recent elections in Europe from Greece to the latest ones in Poland and Spain: an aversion to EU rules.
4,709 square meter poster featuring Turkish president and PM enters Guinness Book of World Records as largest in history. The poster was displayed when Erdoğan and Davutoğlu held a rally to mark the 562nd anniversary of Istanbul's conquest
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