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    A Persian pop-up in Delhi introduces the city to a new (yet familiar) cuisine

    Only children from the 1990s will remember Anaida’s Indi-pop hits, such as Oova Oova, Oonchi Neechi and my personal favourite, Hoo Halla Hoo. Since then, the singer has undergone a metamorphosis .

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    1,500 people and 500 tons of luggage -- here's how the Saudi king travels

    The King will spend a few days in Jakarta and West Java before heading to the popular tourist island of Bali on the Indonesian leg of a month-long Asia tour that's already taken him to Malaysia

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    Turkey's diet gurus and their healthy living tips

    While it may easily be assumed that the Turks are a healthy bunch, given their Mediterranean diet and active lifestyles, Turkey actually has a serious obesity problem with nearly 30 percent of the population overweight.

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    South Asia's golden spice becomes the West's latest obsession

    The South Asian spice has lengthy roots in the history of the sub-continent. Known for its anti-inflammatory benefits, turmeric has been part of ancient medicinal remedies for centuries.

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    Iranians celebrate longest night of year 'Yalda'

    Yalda is the name by which the longest night of the year is known in Iran. Iranians mark the end of autumn and the advent of winter in one of the most celebrated national events.

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    These Plucky Afghan Women Share A Taste Of Their Land

    When Mariam ran, into a stranger's home in Kabul to escape the Taliban, she did not imagine that one day she would be walking the streets where no one cared if she covered her hair.

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