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A Curated list of Raksha Bandhan Gifts for Your Sibling

Raksha Bandhan holds a special place in everyone's heart. One of the most revered festivals in India, it celebrates the special bond between brother...

Malaika Arora Gets Nostalgic About Childhood with Sister Amrita

Dancing diva Malaika Arora recently got nostalgic about her childhood with sister Amrita. Reminiscing her childhood days, Malaika shared: "Parents give you direction in life...

Severity of Autism Spectrum Disorder Varies Among Twins: Study

Identical twins with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often experience large differences in symptom severity even though they share the same DNA, researchers from Washington...

Parents With Only Child More Likely To Tackle Obese Kids

Parents with only child are more likely to tackle an obese kid as children without siblings may be at a higher risk of gaining...

‘Meet the Patels’: In search of a desi bride

By Arun Kumar Washington: It all began when Ravi Patel, a 30-year-old Indian-American investment banker turned Hollywood actor, pestered by his parents on a long...

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Rehabilitation Of World Heritage Site In Mali

The UN's culture organization UNESCO will support a three-year project in African country Mali's Bandiagara that aims to rehabilitate damaged architectural heritage, notably housing,...

People Who Experience Dizziness on Standing Up May be at Higher Risk of Dementia

Researchers have found that people who feel dizzy or lightheaded when they stand up may have an increased risk of developing dementia. The condition, called...