Long before the success of Danny Boyle’s multi-Oscar winning film Slumdog Millionaire, based on the lives of various youngsters living in its cavernous slums
Ok, it ain’t dirty, it ain’t third word and it ain’t adventuresome. But give me a break! I am testing out the new gallery feature!
A cartoon exhibition held from August 14 to September 13, 2006 in the Iranian capital, Tehran, was the focus of much international attention and controversy due to its holocaust theme.
As Cuban leader, Fidel Castro, 80, convalesces in hospital following surgery for internal bleeding brought on by his gruelling work schedule over recent months, Polo’s Bastards presents a photographic testament to the man whose term has outlasted nine US Presidents.
A view through the lens at Southern Lebanon prior to the current hostilities.
Arya Kazemi takes us on a photo-tour of Lebanon – home of Hezbollah, the radical Islamist group who have a serious gripe with their neighbours, Israel.
As football loving nations across the globe turn their eyes towards the FIFA World Cup 2006, being held in Germany, PBs would like you share with you some pictures of the fans in full regalia: