LIFESTYLE

The Voice Actor changiz jalilvand’s funeral during covid 19

While some aspiring voice actors have a natural talent for getting into character, it’s still a good idea to sharpen your acting skills in general through training. For instance, you might consider working with a voice acting coach. Read More »

Iraq’s Yazidis crown new spiritual leader

Yazidis on Wednesday crowned a new spiritual leader at Lalish, Iraq — their holiest site — nearly two months after the death of their top cleric. Read More »

Saba Rad Former TV Presenter in Turkey

If you don’t have determination to be a presenter don’t do it. What makes you passionate? Whatever it is, follow that. Becoming a TV Presenter is very difficult, people want to knock you down. One minute your up, then you’re down – it is a very tough industry. Read More »

Autumn Winter Fashion Trends You Need To Know

f the pandemic has given us a renewed sense of perspective on fashion’s relentless pace, its voracious desire for newness, and the pressures this places on people and the planet, it has also reinforced that most basic tenet: at its best, fashion can decorate your day, inspiring and edifying in equal measure. Read More »

A massive cemetery struggles to keep up with virus

For over half a century, a massive graveyard on the edge of Iran’s capital has provided a final resting place for this country’s war dead, its celebrities and artists, its thinkers and leaders and all those in between. Read More »

Household Items You Might Not Know Were Invented by Women

In 1966, in the city of Bakersfield, California, a young nursing student devised a way to clean her hands when there was no access to soap and water. Her name was Lupe Hernández and she patented the idea of a substance with 60-65% alcohol, that was capable of killing and decreasing bacteria. Read More »

Why Our Best Ideas Come to Us in the Shower

The most significant and life-changing ideas may come from so-called “shower moments,” and there’s science to confirm it. A group of researchers gave college students mind teasers and asked them to report if they got their answers by thinking the solution through step-by-step or if the answer just “came to them.” As it turned out, those who correctly solved the ... Read More »

The first cafe for dog lovers in Saudi Arabia

A husky looks on while standing next to a seated man at the Barking Lot cafe. AFP Dog owners in Saudi Arabia can now enjoy a cup of coffee alongside their beloved pets at a new cafe – a first for the kingdom. Read More »

A 39 years old Engineer Wins Religious Discrimination And Unfair Dismissal Claim

An engineer who helped develop Sir Richard Dyson’s electric car has won a religious discrimination and unfair dismissal claim against the company after her manager told her ‘I don’t like Muslims’. Zeinab Alipourbabaie (left) told a tribunal that senior technical project manager Kamaljit Chana (right) also said: ‘Muslims are violent’ and ‘Pakistani men are grooming our girls.’ Read More »