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Celebrate Ice Cream month with these funny facts

So July is celebrated as ice cream month in the USA but when it comes to ice cream, we all can celebrate it all year long, can’t we! Well, let’s find out some amazing mind boggling facts about one of our favourite desserts… Chocolate ice cream was invented before vanilla. Actually, vanilla was rare and […]

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Kids+Parents= Family movies

We all like a cuddle, a warm glass of chocolate milk, some popcorn or maybe a slip into fuzzy socks… oh wait, it’s movie night we’re talking about. Yes, Disney Plus Hotstar has a lot of good movies in case you cubs want to enjoy a movie or two (or more) with your mum and […]

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10 best movies to enjoy on Netflix right now 

These movies may not be freshly off the theatres but are sure to win your hearts. These older movies on Netflix are a fun watch with family. Next week we get you a list on Hotstar too!  Hugo  Based on the YA book The Invention of Hugo Cabret, this charming film from Martin Scorsese follows […]

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Spanish opera reopens to leafy audience 

It’s no big deal for Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu Opera House to be housefull. Only this time the audience was a bit different.  Barcelona’s Liceu opera reopened its doors for the first time in over three months to hold a concert – exclusively for a quiet, leafy audience of nearly 2,300 house plants. Organisers […]

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These maps show the literal names of countries, and states! 

Travelling is fun, it opens horizons, gives experiences and creates memories. But while travelling have you ever thought what would the said destination mean in their own language?  Learning the etymology – the origin of words – of countries around the world offers us fascinating insight into the origins of some of our favorite travel […]

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Want to laugh? Head to this Joke Booth 

“What does a rain cloud wear under its coat?”  “Thunderwear!” The joke may seem a bit childish to you. But actually, it’s told by a child.  After six months of practicing one-liners on his parents and two younger siblings, 6-year-old Callaghan McLaughlin set up a joke booth at the end of his driveway last month […]

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Kurt Cobain’s guitar goes under hammer 

Late musician Kurt Cobain’s guitar played during his legendary MTV Unplugged performance is hitting the auction block at a starting estimate of $1 million (Around Rs 75,064,000). The retro acoustic-electric 1959 Martin D-18E Cobain strummed for Nirvana’s career-defining performance in New York — just five months before his shock death at age 27 — will […]

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Watch these 10 animated movies to kill boredom this lockdown

Coco This fantasy film is a perfect watch during the lockdown. The story of a 12-year-old boy Miguel, who wants to sing despite the ban on music by his family, will bring you closer to your family, and will make you realise that there is light at the end of a dark tunnel. Fun, adventure, […]

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You can still celebrate Mother’s Day. Check out how 

Every year, on the second Sunday of May we celebrate Mother’s Day. Of course, the day is special as you buy this most important woman on earth gifts, or take her out for a meal. This year, however, it’s different. You are stuck at home because of the lockdown. Leave alone an expansive meal, you […]

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Girl reads stories online to soothe other kids 

Empathy comes in all shapes and sizes. It doesn’t matter what age you’re, you can help if you have a will. A nine-year-old girl has started a YouTube channel where she reads to other children because she ‘wants to keep them happy’ during coronavirus lockdown.  Schoolgirl Lois Russell is an enthusiastic and confident reader – […]