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Meghan Markle has made her first public appearance since she and Prince Harry sensationally

Israeli researchers develop method to rejuvenate kidneys

Israeli researchers have discovered a method to rejuvenate the

Eating chili peppers may prevent fatal heart attacks and stroke

Chili peppers aren’t for the faint of heart, but

Princess Diana's 'Travolta' dress brushed off at auction

A midnight blue velvet gown worn by Princess Diana as she danced with John

265-yr-old stone tablet found in north China

An ancient stone tablet dating back 265 years ago

One in eight persons can’t afford nutritious diet in Bangladesh: Report

One in eight or more than 21 million people,

Chanel celebrates its artisans in glimmering Paris show

Chanel brought its itinerant off-season fashion show the "arts

No easy mark: Female bodybuilder, 82, clobbers intruder

Willie Murphy was getting ready for bed Thursday at her home in Rochester, New

Amazon pulls skin-lightening products after groups' concerns

Amazon has pulled more than a dozen skin-lightening products

Zurich ranked as most inclusive city: study

Zurich has been ranked as the most inclusive city in the world, according to

Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii is writing memoir, due in 2021

Bespoke silk robes await Pope Francis on Thailand visit

Thailand's capital boasts garment makers ranging from bespoke tailors

Running helps lower chance of death: Aussie study

No matter how busy you are, running, even for as little as once a

China to restore murals of largest Taoist temple

The restoration of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) murals in

Costumed revelers march in 46th NYC Halloween parade

The ghoulish and the whimsical were out in force as tens of thousands of costumed revelers marched in New York

Arthritis risk linked to obesity may be passed down through generations: study

A new research from

Lots of good terns: Bird ready to fly off endangered list

Erlitou Relic Museum opens in central China

Owl killings spur moral questions about human intervention

Shilpakala inaugurates art camp on Bangabandhu

India to allow tourists back into locked-down Kashmir

Short videos become new way of learning for young Chinese

Want to learn new skills? Instead of googling or

Vaping causes lung cancer in mice: study

Exposure to e-cigarette smoke causes mice to develop lung

Pizza Guy: New Menu, New Location

I always avail the unlimited pizza offer during Ramadan (guilty). So when I had moved to Dhaka back in 2016,

Shilpakala Academy receives ‘Outstanding Organisastion award’

Chinese Embassy in Dhaka honored Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy with ‘Outstanding Organisation Award’ for its special contributions to culture at a

Woman quits job to look after husband because 'men should be spoilt by their wives'

Katrina Holte, 30, quit her job to start a whole new life in September, and now spends her days cooking,

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