By Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants left Budapest aboard a packed train bound for a town near the Austrian border on Thursday after two days of chaos symbolic of a European asylum system brought to breaking point. Exhausted and confused, migrants crammed onto a train to the Hungarian border town of Sopron, clinging to doors and squeezing their children through open carriage windows. Trains to Vienna and beyond to Germany were canceled, making it unclear what would be the next stop for the migrants - many of them refugees from wars in the Middle East.
A 91-year-old Indian "sexpert" whose popular tabloid column has drawn both fans and critics with its straight-talking approach, provides a lifeline to readers in what remains a conservative society bereft of proper sex education. "When I first started writing 'Ask the Sexpert', almost none of the letters I received were from women but now it's around 30 percent," said Watsa, India's leading sexologist, who gets about 80 queries a day. Watsa, an obstetrician and gynaecologist by profession, has enlightened and entertained readers in India's financial capital for over a decade with his words of wisdom, which are often funny as well as informative.