Indians traditionally hoard gold in the belief it will bring financial security. Twelve bars of gold have been recovered from the stomach of a businessman in the Indian capital, Delhi, a surgeon treating him has said.
It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion. So why is it called Good Friday? According to the Bible, the son of God was flogged, ordered to carry the cross on which he would be crucified and then put to death.
The mystery over who has been slashing tires in a Brampton, Cumbria, neighborhood has been solved. And, no, it wasn't some punk teenagers. ABC reports:
"This is Jess, the border collie who apparently just loves to bite into rubber.
In 'Snakes and Ladders' playwright Sarah Naomi Lee brings three Mixed race sisters as they prepare for a family wedding. Fierce Love and Fiercer Rivalries ensue as a stranger arrives and suddenly the sisters aren't so sure of their roles.
A Polish MP is working as a handyman in London as he tries to find out why so many young Poles come to the UK.Artur Debski believes learning from UK strengths can help Poland tackle its "dangerous" emigration problem.
A US judge presiding over Guantanamo Bay inmate trials has ordered the CIA to provide information on how a detainee there was treated. The move is a major step toward transparency as legal authorities prepare to prosecute suspected terrorists.
The Washington Post, National Public Radio, and a number of other influential media groups have filed a court brief supporting Google's effort to keep a controversial film online, joining a fight over actors' rights and what constitutes censorship.
Former BP crisis manager Keith A. Seilhan has settled with the SEC after facing insider trading charges related to the massive 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Seilhan had dumped his company stock before news of the spill's severity had spread.
A former hospital technician in Georgia has been sentenced to up to six months behind bars for editing mammogram results so that 1,289 patients were given false negatives. Ten of those women in fact tested positive, and two of them have since died.
One of Britain's largest food charities says that more than 900,000 people visited its food banks last year. The Wednesday report comes as 600 religious leaders urge the government to take action against the country's growing hunger problem.
The users of food banks in the UK are people are being forced to do so as a result of benefit sanctions and delays, family breakdown or debt, and for many it's the absolute last resort, Alison Inglis-Jones, from the Trussell Trust, told RT.