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Category: Lifestyle

Police in Delhi Use Facebook to Catch Unlawful Drivers

Resident-submitted photo of a vehicle running a red light in Delhi. (Gagan Gupta/Facebook)
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Police in Delhi use social media to catch dangerous drivers in the act.

Photo of the Day: Coconut Champ

Lifestyle

Man dehusks coconut with his teeth for world record.

Photo of the Day: Afghan Harvest

Bamiyan stands in a valleyon the former Silk Road.
Lifestyle

Bamiyan stands in a valley stretching 100 km. through central Afghanistan, on the former Silk Road that once linked China with Central Asia and beyond.

Nepal's Tiger Population on the Rise

Lifestyle A joint study revealed that the number of tigers in Nepal has jumped from 121 to 155 in a single year.

'The Story of Tsoe': The Illegal Slaughter of Tibetan Antelopes

Lifestyle

The thick, fine undercoat that allows the Tibetan Antelope, or "Tsoe," to survive winter temperatures of negative 45 degrees Fahrenheit, may ultimately cause the species' extinction.

Pakistan's (Literally) Forbidden Fruit

A Pakistani fruit vendor sells mangoes in in Islamabad on July 4, 2009. Pakistan is the 5th-largest producer and 3rd-largest exporter of mangoes in the world. (Sajjad Qayyum/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle Pakistani mangoes are banned in the US because of Department of Agriculture regulations regarding pest management at the orchard and postharvest level.

Photo of the Day: Cosplay Hunk

Cosplay in Shanghai
Lifestyle A contestant wearing a cosplay outfit arranges his wig during the 8th Annual China Digital Entertainment Expo and Conference, in Shanghai.

OBL: Bollywood's Newest Phenomenon

<i>Tere Bin Laden</i> (2010) movie poster: http://bit.ly/dhvVHs
Lifestyle Bollywood's newest box office hit doesn't depict star-crossed lovers. It depicts Osama bin Laden.

North Korean World Cup Team Reprimanded for Losses

The North Korea team after defeat and elimination from the tournament during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group G match between North Korea and Ivory Coast on June 25, 2010. (Michael Steele/Getty Images)
Lifestyle For the North Korean team, losing all three games in South Africa resulted in a formal reprimand from the government.

Photo of the Day: Stamp for Sale

A 1897 Chinese red revenue stamp with an estimated value of $1.28 million
Lifestyle A 1897 Chinese red revenue stamp with an estimated value of $1.28 million, in Hong Kong on July 27, 2010.