After winning the top spot in the first round of France's presidential election, centrist Emmanuel Macron brought his wife Brigitte on stage before cheering supporters and said, "Without her, I wouldn't be me."
He is 39 years old and this is the first election he has ever contested. But Emmanuel Macron's centrist pro-European and pro-business image and his moderate position on social issues have made him a favourite for the presidency.
Donald Trump spent his life running a family firm and the White House is no exception: the first 100 days have given his adult children an unprecedented role even if the first lady lives in the shadows.
French conservative candidate Francois Fillon was one of the early favourites to become president, but his hopes of playing on his experience to win votes collapsed as a fake jobs scandal engulfed his campaign.
"Neither of the right, nor the left" in his own words, Emmanuel Macron is a 39-year-old former banker whose sensational political career, unorthodox marriage and promises to modernise France have captivated the country.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, who on Tuesday called for a snap election, has forged a reputation as a no-nonsense pragmatist seeking to lead the country through one of the most tumultuous periods of its history.
The 20th death anniversary of former Odisha Chief Minister Biju Patnaik was observed in the state today. Political leaders, cutting across party lines, and people from all walks of life paid rich tributes to the leader on the occasion.
Not quite a full month ago, before #LeggingsGate and dragging-gate and the accompanying public scorn, United Airlines chief executive Oscar Munoz put on a bow tie and ascended a stage in New York for the self-styled "Oscars of the PR world."
Google doodle celebrated the birth anniversary of world-renowned Bengali painter, Jamini Roy. Born on this day in the last century, Mr Roy is one of the most significant modernists in the world of Indian fine arts of the 20th century. He was also accorded with the honour of Padma Bhushan award in the 1955.
Reuters | Monday April 10, 2017, Cape Canaveral, Florida
NASA's Peggy Whitson, soon to become the most experienced US astronaut in terms of time spent in space, assumed command of the International Space Station on Sunday as two Russian crew members and an American prepared to fly back to Earth.