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Pisto manchego, Spain’s answer to ratatouille

Pisto manchego, Spain’s answer to ratatouille

- by Associated Press

In the kitchens of a trendy Madrid dinner theater called Florida Retiro, chef Joaquin Felipe introduced us to pisto manchego, a colorful combination of sautéed summer vegetables that is Spain’s answer to French ratatouille.

Here's why snakes are worshipped in Naagpanchami

Here's why snakes are worshipped in Naagpanchami

- by Sangita Shrestha

According to the lunar calendar, every year Naagpachami is observed on the fifth day of the bright half of the Nepali month of Shrawan. Naagpanchami is the festival dedicated to Naag or the serpent god. During Nagpanchami, poster/paintings with motifs of snakes, half-human half-snake forms, Lord Krishna sitting or standing on multi-headed snake, insects, frog and more are seen pasted on the front door of the houses.

Fake COVID-19 vaccination cards worry college officials

Fake COVID-19 vaccination cards worry college officials

- by Associated Press

As the delta variant of the coronavirus sweeps across the United States, a growing number of colleges and universities are requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for students to attend in-person classes. But the new mandate has opened the door for those opposed to getting the vaccine to cheat the system, according to interviews with students, education and law enforcement officials.

Seven simple tips to control hair fall this monsoon

Seven simple tips to control hair fall this monsoon

- by Republica

Hair loss and thinning are becoming increasingly common in a majority of people out there. Blame it on the genes or the continuous trauma we have been putting our hair through (styling, coloring, and so much more), hair loss is on the rise. How do you treat this problem from the root? Keep reading to find out.

Lincoln neighborhood creates street mural to slow drivers

Lincoln neighborhood creates street mural to slow drivers

- by Associated Press

A Lincoln neighborhood that sees a lot of speeders has created a giant yellow reminder for drivers to slow down. Residents of the South of Downtown neighborhood painted a street-sized smiley face on the pavement of 11th Street with the phrase “Slow your roll,” according to the Lincoln Journal Star.

Weeknight pasta comes with tasty shortcut

Weeknight pasta comes with tasty shortcut

- by Associated Press

On the Italian island of Sardinia, we were smitten with a richly flavored pasta with ground pork and wild fennel. It came loaded with a host of spices and herbs, including parsley, black pepper, fennel seed, paprika, red pepper flakes, onion and salt.

Henry Ford Museum’s new exhibit celebrates motorsports

Henry Ford Museum’s new exhibit celebrates motorsports

- by Associated Press

The first stop on Romain Grosjean’s monthlong tour of the United States with his family was the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, where his wife had arranged a tour for the race car driver and their three children.

Friendship Day 2021: Three friendships that changed how we think about world

Friendship Day 2021: Three friendships that changed how we think about world

- by Agencies

There is something wonderful in human connections of friendship, which somehow pushes the boundaries of individual limits and allows people to become greater than the sum of their individualities. Sometimes, these connections wield the power to change, or at least, influence the course of human history, in ways that we usually do not anticipate.

Who is to blame for these casualties?

Who is to blame for these casualties?

- by Upendra Lamichhane

Vehicles have been lazily stopped in a line at the Amlekhgunj-Pathlaiya road section inside Parsa National Park. At the end of the line, there is a vehicle with a message written on its rear side - "Save Tiger''. However, beside it, a 10-year-old Royal Bengal tiger is seen lying on the road, bleeding from its mouth.

Sneaking a peek: Fans find creative ways to glimpse Olympics

Sneaking a peek: Fans find creative ways to glimpse Olympics

- by Associated Press

The soon-to-be Olympic champion was in what cyclists derisively call “the pain cave,” empty lungs searing and legs feeling like dead weight. The climb he was on seemed interminable, the evil gradient sending him straight into the sky. Hardly the time for Richard Carapaz to look fondly upon a near-naked man running beside him on the road.