Tombs: this weird restaurant in Ahmedabad, India is famous for its milk tea and the tombs between the tables. The owner, who claims to have opened the restaurant 40 years ago, says he does not know who is buried there.
Don't worry, Disco Stu is safe
In the late 1980s, Africa’s elephant population was decimated to just 600,000. Bringing the elephant slaughter to consumers' televisions had a profound impact. Can it be done again?
Army intelligence officer hid in a Philippines jungle until 1974
You can't help but root for Ron Burgundy, the hapless newscaster played by Will Ferrell. That's the genius of the Anchorman films. In this sequel, Ron is shown as an alcoholic, crack-smoking, backstabbing, borderline racist, near moron... and yet he still retains his utterly winning, folksy quality. He is such an engaging character that he even makes up for a screenplay (co-written by Ferrell with director McKay) that is so skimpily written that it would barely pass muster in an old Jerry Lewis/Dean Martin vehicle.
Stephen Ward, who shared a flat with Christine Keeler, said he was a ‘connoisseur of love-making’
Adelphi Theatre, London
Desperate survivors in the Philippines looted shops and dug up water pipes in a bid to find food, medicine and water
Authorities say at least 9.7 million people across 41 provinces have been affected
A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty
Environmental groups fighting against the use of GM crops in Africa and Asia are “wicked” and potentially condemning millions of people to a premature death, the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, says today.
£13bn scheme immediately condemned by business community who claim the country cannot afford it
You wait years for a musical about the Profumo Affair and then along come two in quick succession. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the scandal, in which the liaison between the Minister of War and a call girl who was concurrently sleeping with the naval attache at the Russian embassy, rocked the Establishment and helped to bring down the Tory government of Harold Macmillan.
The summer’s flown by and September is around the corner, so make sure their bags are stocked for the first day of term
For those who use them, food banks are a lifeline. Emily Dugan talks to some of those on the breadline in Tower Hamlets