Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Asia Pacific | Who Rules YouTube? Swift? Bieber? Nope. It’s T-Series, a Record Label in India. Supported by ByAndrew R. Chow Nov. 14, 2018 Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran have each racked up more than 15 billion views on YouTube. Justin Bieber beats them both, with 18 billion views. But none of those megastars comes close to T-Series. Although not widely known in the United States, T-Series, an Indian music label and film production company, has the most watched YouTube channel in the world. Its videos have been seen 53 billion times. The channel gains over 100,000 subscribers a day and is about to pass the controversial personality PewDiePie to become the most subscribed to channel on YouTube. And thanks to a rapidly growing online Indian viewer base and increasing international interest, its rise is not … [Read more...] about Who Rules YouTube? Swift? Bieber? Nope. It’s T-Series, a Record Label in India.
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByKai Schultz and Suhasini Raj July 14, 2018 PURI, India — A group of men in loincloths assembled outside a 12th-century temple on a hot April day in Puri, India, preparing to venture deep inside to a pitch-black vault where piles of gold and silver jewelry were stored under lock and key. To enter Jagannath Temple, dedicated to an important Hindu deity, the group of 16 archaeologists, Hindu priests and government officials had to pass through metal detectors. Their skimpy loincloths were required as a security measure along with oxygen masks in case the vault, unopened for more than three decades, lacked breathable air. Their instructions were simple: Check the structural integrity of the vault and ignore the millions of dollars’ worth of antiquities stashed inside. Anyone who spends much time in … [Read more...] about In India, a Missing Key to a Temple’s Treasure Vault Ignites a Furor
While inflation rate increases in Turkey American dollar reached a record level against Turkish lira. English economy magazine Financial Times wrote Turkey’s currency slumped to a new record low on Thursday after data showed inflation at the highest level since December. The magazine emphasised tha duration: 0:47 published: 04 May 2018 updated: 04 May 2018 views: 4 ✔WW3 Warning Israel Strikes Syria Iran Is Next https://youtu.be/JjkI2Ym3wGA Ankara has decided to bring back all its gold stored in the US Federal Reserve, according to Turkish media. In recent years, Turkey repatriated 220 tons of gold from abroad, and 28.7 tons was brought back from the US last y duration: 2:44 published: 20 Apr 2018 updated: 20 Apr 2018 views: 47746 British daily newspaper Financial Times wrote that the Turkish lira hit a new low on concerns that the economy was overheating. Financial Times wrote that “President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fuelled fears that he would keep … [Read more...] about Turkish currency drops to record low against dollar
Good Sunday morning. Mr. Meacham reminds us that Christians are celebrating Trinity Sunday, the Sunday after Pentecost. AP's Glen Johnson at 3:31 a.m.: "Out of immediate danger, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy remained hospitalized as doctors worked to determine what caused one of the nation's best-known senators to suffer a seizure in his Cape Cod home. … Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he spoke to Kennedy's wife in the afternoon and was told 'his condition is not life-threatening, but serious.' " Story Continued Below Politico's Martin Kady II: " News that the Massachusetts senator had been stricken dominated the cable networks throughout the day, with commentators reviewing his enduring public career. Ted Sorensen and other former aides to Kennedy's brother, the late President John F. Kennedy, offered overviews of Kennedy family history, and friends in the political world told stories from throughout his political career, spanning nearly five decades. In the Senate since … [Read more...] about McCain could lose top fund-raiser in lobbying flap; Clinton-Obama financiers start merger talks
"I don't think equality is intrinsically valuable, meaning in and of itself. I'm not against inequality ... if Bill Gates gets another hundred million dollars, it's no skin off my nose," Princeton professor Angus Deaton, who recently won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, said this week to CBS News in a conversation at the Council on Foreign Relations. Deaton, along with his co-author and wife, Princeton professor Anne Case, have specialized in looking into statistics that most of us take for granted and focus on how to measure global poverty and global inequality. They recently got a lot of commentary -- particularly by U.S. Democratic and Republican presidential candidates -- for their study on the alarming rise in suicides of middle-aged white Americans. Opening up trade markets and globalization have improved the lives of hundreds of millions of people in India and China, Deaton said. "So when you think the world is going to hell in a handbasket, which it sort of is … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Economist raises alarm about group’s rise in suicides