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Babiya, the “vegetarian” crocodile, which appeared before the devotees and blessed them by taking their offerings at Ananthapura lake temple in Majeshwaram taluk of Kasaragod district, is no more. The crocodile which attracted several devotees and visitors was found dead in the temple lake on Sunday night (9th October). Babiya was believed to be a […]

Arguably one of the oldest foods known to man, eggs has played an important role in the lives and health of humans since time out of mind. These little goodies are packed full of protein, and also serve as the base for some of the most wonderful breakfast foods and culinary additions, including that perfect […]

It was in the year 1994, October 5 was proclaimed as World Teachers’ Day with the aim to honour the adoption of the UNESCO/ILO Recommendation. It was part of the intergovernmental conference convened by UNESCO in Paris, which recognised the status of teachers in cooperation with the International Labour Organisation (ILO). Post the adaptation of […]

October 4 is marked as World Animal Day, a global initiative for animal rights that aims at ensuring better standards for animal welfare. This day in general not only educates people about our most endangered species but also teaches how to rescue them. World Animal Day is gradually turning into a global event that unites […]

Use chewing gum to reduce stress, lose weight, or just enjoy the flavor in your mouth on National Chewing Gum Day! History of National Chewing Gum Day Most people don’t realize that chewing gum is not a new invention. In fact, the history of chewing gum goes back thousands of years, whether just for enjoyment, […]

Heart Day is part of an international campaign to spread awareness about heart disease and stroke prevention. This is the perfect day to quit smoking, get exercising and start eating healthy – all in the name of keeping your ticker in good working order, and improving the health and well being of people the world […]

A lot of people in the world tend to believe that there is no reason that mankind should go on eating animals. And, along with that belief, there exist plenty of valid arguments to support this stance. Hug a Vegetarian Day begins by helping people to learn what living a vegetarian lifestyle is all about. […]

The International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”) is observed around the world each year on 21 September. Established in 1981 by a unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace. Since 1982, the […]

Now that you’ve married a royal, it’s your job to provide an heir to the throne. Sorry ladies! But on top of carrying a child for nine months, there’s a ton of rules expectant royal mothers must adhere to. All of them are intriguing, some are downright bizarre — and either way, you get a […]

Enjoy the beauty of this versatile and delicious dish on National Fried Rice Day! History of National Fried Rice Day Beginning as a sort of catchall recipe and often made with the leftovers from other dishes, fried rice flavors can vary significantly. It’s usually made with rice that is a day or two old and […]