Monthly Archives: August 2021

Palace ‘ignoring Meghan’s racism statement in hopes it goes away’ says biographer

MEGHAN biographer Markle claims the palace is “ignoring” his allegations of racism in the hope that they will “go away.” An updated chapter of Finding Freedom quotes a source that says royal assistants hope the scandal ends quietly. Royal source says palace ‘ignores’ Meghan’s racism allegation in hopes it goes …

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“Zeenat Aman was the first great actress to say yes to working with him” – EXCLUSIVE

Veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty has had an illustrious showbiz career spanning more than four decades and in various languages ​​and to commemorate his contribution to Hindi cinema, recently journalist-filmmaker-biographer Ram Kamal Mukherjee unveiled the biography of the veteran, titled Mithun Chakraborty: The Dada of Bollywood. The book contains known and …

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500-year-old Aztec manuscript is the first written evidence of earthquakes in the Americas

A 16th-century Aztec manuscript that describes the earliest written evidence of earthquakes in the Americas has been discovered in Mexico. The manuscript highlights 12 earthquakes in the Codex Telleriano-Remensis, a pre-Hispanic system of symbols and colors created by trained specialists called tlacuilos, which translates to “those who write paintings”. Pictographs …

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