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India freezes accounts of Mother Teresa's charity

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on Monday froze the bank accounts of Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity (MoC) in West Bengal, the state's political leader said on Monday, after weekend protests over Christmas celebrations.

Vietnam's resort island welcomes first tourists after nearly 2 yrs

Two hundred vaccinated foreign tourists arrived in Vietnam's beach-fringed island of Phu Quoc on Saturday, the first wave of visitors to the country in nearly two years as it seeks to resurrect its pandemic-ravaged tourism economy.

V-12–Powered Ferrari BR20 One-Off Is a Sleeker GTC4Lusso Coupe

Ferrari’s Special Projects squad has slashed the GTC4Lusso’s roofline and yanked out the rear seats to create the BR20 for a dedicated customer.

Polyamory increases in popularity as record numbers flock to dating apps

Reports on the return to dating as more Americans get vaccinated, with some turning from monogamy towards polyamory.

Golden Buzzer: Léa Kyle Performs Stunning Quick-Change Act

Heidi Klum gives Léa Kyle the Golden Buzzer after this iconic quick-change performance! Léa performs to "Swish Swish" and "Part of Me" by Katy Perry.

Hong Kong Famous Musician Joanus Lam Sells Single Music NFT on Openlake for 1.2M USD

Hong Kong famous musician Joanus Lam's single music NFT auctioned 520 ETH at Openlake (https://openlake.io), which was about US$1.2 million.

Man with 39 wives dies in India

A 76-year-old man who had 39 wives and 94 children and was said to be the head of the world's largest family has died in northeast India, the chief minister of his home state said.

Shampoo is a Lie (for me...and maybe for you too??)

Why I haven't washed my hair in 5 years

Kids inherit intelligence from their mums - not their dads

Sorry to all the dads out there, but your little one probably takes after their mum

Crypto Holders Say It’s Hurt Their Personal Relationships

Many downsides of cryptocurrencies are well known: There’s volatility, potential for thefts or hacks, and the chance of regulatory changes. Turns out, it may not help your social life, either.

3 mind-blowing facts about humans that I learned from reading 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind'

"Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind," Yuval Noah Harari's nonfiction book, is a bestseller. Read on for a review and summary of its wildest facts.

Remembering Alber Elbaz, the Beloved Fashion Designer Who Revived Lanvin

A favorite of celebrities like Meryl Streep and Natalie Portman, he rejuvenated Lanvin and had recently started his own brand. He died of Covid-19.

Nigerian homeless Sleeping Under Bridge in Lagos Turns Model after Being Spotted by Photographer

Identified as Afolabi Lagos, the creative left social media users stunned after he narrated his encounter with Ali and how he agreed to model for a shoot.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez announce breakup

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez say they are better off as friends

Photo of hug during pandemic named World Press Photo of the Year

A picture of a hug during the coronavirus pandemic has been named World Press Photo of the Year.

Eating cheese and red wine can reduce your risk of Alzheimer's, study claims

Researchers from Iowa State University have revealed that drinking red wine and eating cheese can help to reduce cognitive decline

Americans Are Turning Spare Bedrooms Into Giant Closets

As stores disappear, shopping in your own wardrobe becomes the ultimate luxury.

These 3D printed net-zero buildings could be the ‘future of housing’

These homes in California could be the first community built using the technology.

Dubai's practical solutions for fine dining at home

People in Dubai are getting a taste for eating at home. We explore the rise in meal delivery kits and meals subscription services in the city.

Ethical non-monogamy: the rise of multi-partner relationships

Multi-partner relationships are on the rise, and finding their way into the mainstream. Could this new exposure change the way we look at sex and families?

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