Mr. Sen was among the leaders in a type of small-scale, realistic filmmaking that was an alternative to Bollywood. Erik Karlsson had three assists to extend his point streak to 13 games and set a franchise record for the San Jose Sharks in a 3-1 win against the visiting Los Angeles Kings on Monday.
The accusations that Paul Manafort shared polling data were inadvertently revealed in a court filing by his lawyers. The associate, Konstantin V. Kilimnik, had links to Russian intelligence. Average cholesterol levels were higher in the first week in January. Swimmers have taken part in a competition in the frozen Songhua River during the annual winter festival in Harbin, one of the coldest cities in China, where temperatures can reach negative 35 degrees Celsius. At least 30 people were killed in Badakhshan Province after the makeshift tunnels where they were working collapsed because of heavy snowfall. Researchers from Imperial College London say high levels of potentially toxic molecules triggered by past infections, obesity or age could damage sperm in a way which makes miscarriage more likely. A broadcast often known for boozy troublemaking seemed mainly to want to stay out of trouble this year. At Allbirds and Birkenstock in SoHo, the Critical Shopper embarks, skeptically, on a search for styling footwear.
President Donald Trump would almost certainly face a legal challenge if he makes good on his threat to get funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall by declaring a national emergency and circumventing Congress's purse-strings power.
Blogger Bob made the T.S.A. famous on Instagram. After his death, the government is left without a friendly face for a much-maligned agency.
BlackBerry will offer technology to separate and make secure both work and personal data on mobile devices powered by Google Inc's Android platform and by Apple Inc's iOS operating system, the company said on Thursday.