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    India14, Nov 2020, 2:01 PM

    West Bengal: BSF nabs Bangladeshi smuggler in Nadia

    The Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday (November 12) caught a Bangladeshi smuggler with 17 exotic birds in the Bhimpur police station area of Nadia. 

  • <p><strong>Noni or cheese fruit:</strong> Also known as the starvation fruit or cheese fruit, Noni belongs to the coffee family that originates from Southeast Asia. Noni has a pungent odour when ripe, which is why it may also be called as vomit fruit. Oval in shape, it is green in colour that turns yellow and then almost white as it ripens. It has bitter taste but is still loved by many. Moreover, a variety of beverages, powders, cosmetic products and oils are made from this fruit. Noni's seeds are edible and are generally roasted and nibbled as snacks.</p>

    Food29, Sep 2020, 3:15 PM

    Exotic fruits from around the world you must try once in your life

    If you haven't seen or heard about these fruits yet, you will be in for a surprise! So, prep up as we unveil some of the most exotic fruits from around the world.

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    ENTERTAINMENT26, Jun 2019, 3:43 PM

    IIDC 2019 in Bengaluru: Here's all you need to know about Latin dance competition

    Produced under the banner of John Anthony Production, India International Dance Congress 2019 (IIDC) will be held in Bengaluru's Clarks Exotica resort from July 4 to 7

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    ENTERTAINMENT19, Jun 2018, 3:00 PM

    A tour through the exotic souvenirs from Kerala

    Souvenirs are keepsakes of some cherished memories one has experienced in the past. And travelling is often a time we accumulate a lot of happy memories. When you visit Kerala, these souvenirs should be a must to remember this beautiful state. Watch this video on Asianet Newsable to know more in detail.

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    26, Apr 2017, 5:12 AM

    World Penguin Day: King penguin colonies in world's most exotic locations


    World Penguin Day, celebrated each year on April 25, pays homage to the 17 species of penguins found in the southern hemisphere. Among them, the emperor penguin is considered to be the biggest. An adult emperor penguin weighs around 41 kgs and chick weighs as little as 1kg. The second largest species among them are the king penguins, which are found in large numbers in the British overseas territory of St. George Island. 


    Although the emperor and the king penguin look similar, there are many striking differences. King penguins, have brighter feathers around their neck. They also live in territories that are hot, such as Brazil, Argentina, Chile, etc. 


    King penguins share their territory with other species but don't communicate with them regularly. Like most other penguins, they hunt fish and they also prey on squid. They are considered to be fighters and expend a lot of energy through the day. For this reason, king penguins eat almost 45- fishes a day.  

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    27, Jan 2017, 7:12 AM

    2017: These are the exotic countries to tick off your bucket list

    These are the much sought after international destinations to travel to in 2017

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    23, Jan 2017, 12:12 PM

    Muy Caliente: Here's why you should include Cuba in your travel bucket list

    Cuba will see a growth of tourism in the coming years. Here's what you can look forward to.


    4, Jan 2017, 2:17 PM

    New UAE law sends cheetahs, tigers, exotic pets off cars, streets

    Now pet owners in the UAE will have to follow rules or end up paying a fine. Earlier while cheetahs and leopards used to freely roam along their masters in flashy cars, now a law in UAE has prohibited even their possession. Even dog owners have some rules to comply with

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    9, Nov 2016, 7:57 AM

    ₹2.5 crore to kill a penguin, thanks to Aditya Thackeray

    Dory the penguin died due to a bacterial infection, but its death only goes on highlight how politics and money aided its demise 

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    25, Oct 2016, 8:48 AM

    Five exotic silk varieties from India

    With the festivals waiting right around the corner, there comes numerous occasions to dress up, and the best way to enjoy this time of the year is to be in your traditional sarees. Silk is an all-time favourite with Indians, and when it comes to sarees, there is no other choice but to go for the most favoured fabric. 

    Silk also known as 'resham' in North India, 'pattu' in South and 'paat' in East is a natural fibre produced from the silkworm. The fabric is famous for its softness, and shimmering appearance and is preferred by people across the world. India, the second largest silk producer in the world, produces four kinds of silk, including two wild varieties.