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Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

Darwin notebooks missing for 20 years returned to Cambridge

- by Associated Press

Two of naturalist Charles Darwin’s notebooks that were reported stolen from Cambridge University’s library have been returned, two decades after they disappeared. The university said Tuesday that the manuscripts were left in the library inside...

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Man touts electric unicycle as answer to high gas prices

Man touts electric unicycle as answer to high gas prices

- by Associated Press

A Massachusetts man says he has the answer for those singing the blues about stratospheric gas prices. Rick Madeira, of Fall River, has taken to riding his electric unicycle to work, saving on gas and cutting his commute time in the process.

Scientists figure out how vampire bats got a taste for blood

Scientists figure out how vampire bats got a taste for blood

- by Associated Press

Scientists have figured out why vampire bats are the only mammals that can survive on a diet of just blood. They compared the genome of common vampire bats to 26 other bat species and identified 13 genes that are missing or no longer work in vampire bats.

Holi Punhi Celebration in London

Holi Punhi Celebration in London

- by Republica

Pasa Puchah Guthi UK (PPGUK) , London observed the ‘Holi Punhi’ at Elthorne Park and Nepal Authentic Dining Restaurant on Saturday. According to a press statement released by PPGUK, this was the first time PPGUK London celebrated Holi Punhi with its members. Around 40 Guthi members were present at the celebration, which ran between 1pm-4pm, on the day.

With walkout threat, Disney finds itself in balancing act

With walkout threat, Disney finds itself in balancing act

- by Associated Press

With some workers across the U.S. threatening a walkout Tuesday, The Walt Disney Co. finds itself in a balancing act between the expectations of a diverse workforce and demands from an increasingly polarized, politicized marketplace.

Oil to protect your skin on Holi

Oil to protect your skin on Holi

- by Agencies

It's that time of the year when colors take over everything - the air, your clothes, even your hair and skin and hence, skincare during Holi has to be paramount since the season is changing and our skin is in transition mode hence the care has to be little extra than usual.

UNESCO fears Ukraine harm as Russian culture backlash grows

UNESCO fears Ukraine harm as Russian culture backlash grows

- by Associated Press

An Amsterdam museum said Thursday it has cut its close links to the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and UNESCO warned of damage to Ukraine’s cultural heritage, as international cultural institutions stepped up their condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool

Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool

- by Associated Press

Deadpool, meet All Might. Perhaps nothing highlights how the world of manga, the comics and cartoons originating in Japan, has gone global better than that coming together of superheroes, American and Japanese.

Dubai’s new Museum of the Future envisions a healthy planet

Dubai’s new Museum of the Future envisions a healthy planet

- by Associated Press

Dubai will open the doors Friday to an architecturally stunning building housing the new Museum of the Future, a seven-story structure that envisions a dreamlike world powered by solar energy and the Gulf Arab state’s frenetic quest to develop.

Crafts can make us feel better: How to find the right one

Crafts can make us feel better: How to find the right one

- by Associated Press

When Girija Kaimal is feeling anxious, she often turns to crochet or fabric work to bring herself a sense of calm. “I have certain patterns I love to do,” she says, “and it just reinforces for me that all is well in the world, and I can still contribute to it in a meaningful way.”

‘The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’ on display

‘The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’ on display

- by Sangita Shrestha

The Museum of Nepali Art (MONA), Thamel, is running the exhibition “The journey of artistic mastery: Samundra Man Singh Shrestha.” In the exhibition, one can encounter artist Samundra Man Singh Shrestha’s paintings along with his key sketches depicting his process of work and his dedication to art.

Dolce&Gabbana relaunching beauty with an eye on Gen-Z

Dolce&Gabbana relaunching beauty with an eye on Gen-Z

- by Associated Press

Dolce&Gabbana has become the first Italian fashion house to bring its beauty division in-house, a move that the CEO said Tuesday would strengthen the link between beauty and fashion and help build inroads with younger consumers.