Disney's latest hot seller at bookstores wasn't born in the halls of the American corporation, or even in a mystical kingdom. It started at the second-floor offices of an upstart Toronto publisher on Queen Street West.
Four out of five East African countries (Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi) exceeded the 85% target on treating HIV Positive TB patients in 2012 according to the World Health Organization 2013 report.
Manav Mehta, a Class 9 student of Podar International School (CIE), Nerul, was part of a six-member team that swam from Dona Paula in Goa to the Gateway of India, Mumbai.
Some of Canada's most-celebrated authors are having a war of words with the Toronto Public Library.
The Toronto Star provides reviews of two historical fiction books that you can totally lose yourself in this month.
Google has created a doodle to honour a Kenyan believed to be the oldest person to have enrolled in primary school.
Gabriel only finished grade seven, so as a father it's important to him that his children attend not just primary school, but secondary school and university too.
In a poignant scene, a young woman in her early forties spent more than an hour kneeling down in the pandal outside the Basilica of Bom Jesus, in thanksgiving for the gift of a child after seven years of marriage.
Scientists have been making rapid advances in studies of genetic variations in European and East Asian populations. Now, populations in Africa, the cradle of the human race, are getting the same treatment.