Life & style

‘You can kill the man but not his ideas’

A play by Lokesh Jain explores liberal politics through a story about Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba The subaltern turns into the hero in Lokesh Jain’s theatre — from Dalit writer Sharan Kumar Limbale in Akkarmashi to the five common women ...

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Karisma Kapoor adds an interesting twist to her monotone dress

Karisma Kapoor slays in a Rajat Tangri monotone number and we love the enchanting twist she added to the dress this time. With tousled hair and smoky eyes, we think the actor nailed the look. When it comes to fashion, ...

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Suhana Khan’s Giuseppe Zanotti wedge sneakers cost as much as a short trip to Thailand

Wearing a plain white sleeveless tee, with ripped jeans, Suhana Khan left her stress open for a casual outing. But what really grabbed our attention were the comfy wedge Giuseppe Zanotti sneakers she was wearing. However, buying it may burn ...

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Indians consume less than 400 mg calcium a day

According to a report countries in South America and Africa mostly had average intakes in the middle, between about 400 and 700 mg a day. The findings would motivate action to promote increased calcium consumption. People in India, like some ...

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Avoid make-up products, anti-acne creams during pregnancy

Expecting mothers should avoid using make-up products like lipsticks, eyeliners and acne creams as they may cause mishaps like miscarriage and skin allergies. Read on to know more. Expectant mothers in their first trimester must not use any sort of ...

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Cherry Blossom Festival to be held in Shillong in November

The India International Cherry Blossom is being touted as the world’s only Autumn Cherry Blossom Festival, and will be held next to Shillong’s famous Ward Lake during November 8-11. Every year, thousands flock to Japan or the US in pursuit ...

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Stop Watch: In Northern Ireland, time stops still for you to take in some stunning landscapes and rich history

Northern Ireland offers everything from conflict sites and postcard-worthy villages to pubs and museums. But the one thing that will stretch your mind and make you believe in every single travel cliché is the Giant’s Causeway. Just ahead of me, ...

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Sonam Kapoor looks picture perfect at her own Diwali bash

Sonam Kapoor looked stunning at her own grand Diwali celebration, wherein she wore a beautiful Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga. Meanwhile, her sister Rhea Kapoor kept it simple with a dreamy Anamika Khanna lehenga. Lavish Diwali bashes, beautiful designer wears, ...

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Mouni Roy’s off-shoulder blouse adds a sensual modern twist to a traditional lehenga

Mouni Roy, who is known for her impressive sartorial choices, showed us just how to nail an understated ethnic look and yet stand out from the crowd. It is that time of the year again when jeans and dresses are ...

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Diet Diary: Seven signposts for a successful weight loss programme

The word diet comes from the Greek word ‘Diaita/dieta’, which means a ‘way of life’. Whether the drive to lose weight is the reflection in front of the mirror, an unkind remark, or good health, a fit and trim body ...

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Have mushroom-rich breakfast to maintain healthy weight

Having mushrooms in breakfast controls your hunger pangs and has nutritional benefits as well. It is a great substitute for meat as both mushrooms and meat contain comparable amounts of calories. Eating a mushroom-rich breakfast may result in less hunger ...

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Sugar makes cancer tumours more aggressive: Study

The discovery provides evidence for a positive correlation between sugar and cancer, which may have far-reaching impacts on tailor-made diets for cancer patients. Scientists have found that sugar’awakens’ cancer cells and makes tumours more aggressive, according to a nine-year long ...

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New exercises help athletes manage breathing disorder: Study

The new breathing techniques, now named the Olin Exercise-Induced Laryngeal Obstruction Biphasic Inspiration Techniques (EILOBI), were developed and introduced by Olin, and are the subject of the research. A novel set of breathing techniques can help athletes overcome vocal cord ...

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Shilpa Shetty, Karisma Kapoor, Katrina Kaif: Best dressed celebrities at Arpita Khan’s Diwali bash

Shilpa Shetty, Karisma Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Athiya Shetty and others rock the ethnic fashion at Arpita Khan’s Diwali bash. We have our favourites picked out, who’s yours? Diwali is around the corner and the usual glitz and glam of the ...

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How to pair sunglasses with other accessories for a chic look

Experts suggest some smart ways to team up sunglasses without creating any fashion faux pas. When done right, eyewear can add a hint of suavity to any outfit but the questions are how to pair your sunglasses with other accessories ...

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Love is in the air: Croatia’s capital city is a tribute to love

With a museum of broken relationships thrown in for good measure. “Rub his nose and you can meet your heartthrob,” says my guide Hela, pointing to a statue of the poet and writer, Antun Gustav Matos, sitting on a bench ...

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Magic mushrooms may ‘reset’ depressed brains: Study

Following the treatment, patients reported a decrease in depressive symptoms, corresponding with improvements in mood and stress relief. A psychoactive compound occurring naturally in “magic mushrooms” may help reduce symptoms of depression as well as “reset” brain activity in affected ...

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Higher Vitamin D dose may boost bone density in preemies

Rickets is a disease that leads to softening and weakening of bones in children due to Vitamin D deficiency. Higher dosage of Vitamin D in premature and preterm infants may prevent them from rickets, researchers suggested. Rickets is a disease ...

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Anushka’s Label In Plagiarism Row, ‘Specific Designs’ To Be Discarded

Anushka’s signature apparel line NUSH faces flak. Actress-producer Anushka Sharma, whose newly launched clothing line NUSH has been accused of plagiarism, along with her business partner Suditi Industries has said the “specific designs” will be discarded. Anushka launched her signature ...

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Home by the Sea: Skagen, a forever inspiration for artists and writers

Skagen, in the northernmost tip of Denmark, is an oasis of calm, filled with pretty yellow houses and rugged seascapes that seem straight out of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales. The sand particles come flying in, stinging my face and ...

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Coffee may not help relieve Parkinson’s symptoms, says report

Caffeine, which is so safe and inexpensive, has been linked to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s but so far its record of helping people with the disease has been abysmal. Caffeine may not be helpful in improving mobility in ...

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Breast cancer tied to bacterial imbalances: Study

The study examined the tissues of 78 patients who underwent mastectomy for invasive carcinoma or elective cosmetic breast surgery. In addition, they examined oral rinse and urine to determine the bacterial composition of these distant sites in the body. Researchers ...

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Antibiotics for dental procedures may up superbug infection risk: Study

According to a study found patients who were prescribed antibiotics for dental procedures tended to be older and more likely to receive clindamycin — an antibiotic that is associated with C. diff infection. If your are planning to visit a ...

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Drinking more water may ward off UTIs in women

Do you often suffer from urinary tract infections (UTIs)? A new study suggests that drinking an additional three pints of water may reduce the recurrence of UTIs in women. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney ...

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In search of Famagusta: Wandering in a beautiful Mediterranean island, Cyprus

A beautiful eastern Mediterranean island, Cyprus boasts of a history that is as rich as it is deeply scarred. The mass of land appeared out of nowhere in the Mediterranean waters below as I woke up from a nap and ...

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Eating bananas, avocados daily may prevent heart disease: Study

The results of a study provide new targets for potential therapies to prevent or treat atherosclerotic vascular calcification and arterial stiffness. Foods that are rich in potassium reduces vascular calcification and prevent both heart and kidney disease. Eating one banana ...

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Dear women, here’s the most effortless method of keeping UTIs at bay

Women are more prone to catching a UTI (urinary tract infection) than men. Here’s how you can prevent it. Doctors say that one in five women suffer from UTI at least once in their lifetime. Now, American researchers may have ...

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Kareena Kapoor Khan looks breathtakingly beautiful in festive wear, see pics

Kareena Kapoor Khan is one actor who knows how to keep her ethnic game on point. This time too, she didn’t fail to impress us with her stunningly beautiful embellished salwar suit. Kareena Kapoor Khan is one actor who knows how to ...

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Goa through an insider’s lens: Airbnb launches Goan travel guide on how to live like a local

The new Airbnb Goa Insider’s Guide encourages travellers to ‘Live There’ and has interesting suggestions for everyone – from a gourmand or merrymaker to art connoisseurs and art mavens. There was a time when Goa had a peak season and ...

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Japanese architects design a breathtaking concert hall with intricate algorithms

When the sound waves hit the panels that have been designed using algorithm, the sound is either absorbed or reverberate throughout the hall. However, no two panels absorb or scatter the sound waves in a similar way, creating a harmonious and ...

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Fruit fly: The tiny star behind five Nobel Prizes in medicine

A look at the spectacular “career” of Drosophila in genetics, the tiny insect that has pages dedicated to it on the websites of some of the most prestigious universities and research institutes of the world. “I am very pleased for ...

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Drinking black tea may help you lose weight

Both green and black teas are prebiotics, substances that induce the growth of good microorganisms that contribute to a person’s well-being. Love to drink black tea? It may be as beneficial as green tea in preventing obesity and promoting well-being, ...

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Kriti Sanon’s enticing cover photo shoot is the perfect lure to take you to Oman; see pic

Kriti Sanon looked absolutely breathtaking in a bejewelled headgear and a golden ensemble for the cover photo of a fashion magazine’s festive October cover. Be it exotic, ethereal, chic or gorgeous, Kriti Sanon wears them all with style and elegance. In a ...

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Keep acne at bay; see how

Your skin needs to be moisturised regularly to keep the outer layer of the skin properly hydrated and leave it feeling soft and supple. No matter how much you want them to go away, one must avoid going over the ...

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Transgender Armenians stitch and sew their way out of prejudice

Martirosyan, who heads Right Side, is working on a map of potential future employers for her trainees. So far, only two beauty and fashion companies have agreed to employ transgender people. While the employment prospects might be bleak, trainees say ...

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Most nutritious vegetables to be included in your diet

The best way to benefit from sweet potato is to keep the skin on, as it possesses healing potential with its high levels of vitamin A, beta-carotene and high potassium content. Pumpkins contain essential nutrients such as folic acid, manganese, ...

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Nobel Prize in Medicine 2017 winners: Explaining the American scientists’ work on ‘biological clock’

American trio, Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W Young, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discoveries explaining “how plants, animals and humans adapt their biological rhythm so that it is synchronised with the Earth’s ...

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Navratri 2017: 3 ways to wear blue on Saptami (Day 7)

Here’s some fashion inspiration from Bollywood celebrities like Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Aditi Rao Hydari and Taapsee Pannu on how to wear blue the right way on Saptami. Check them out. Saptami, the seventh day of the Navratri season is dedicated ...

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Katrina Kaif, Sushmita Sen paint a pretty picture in Indian wear during Navratri

We love Katrina Kaif and Sushmita Sen’s toned-down festive looks. What about you? With festive season already upon us, it’s only natural that we will get to see much more of celebs in ethnic wear. With the likes of Kareena Kapoor Khan, ...

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Setting a Pench mark: A wild ride in Madhya Pradesh

From pottery to volunteer teaching, Kohka Wilderness Camp in Madhya Pradesh glows bright with possibilities beyond the tiger. It’s July, and under the cover of monsoon clouds, our car continues towards Kohka, a village on the forest periphery. From Nagpur, ...

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Benefits of fasting you should know

Fasting, if done for all nine days can detoxify the body, provided that good amount of fruits, vegetables, milk products and unsweetened beverages are included. It can also improve cardiovascular function, blood composition, and blood pressure, say, experts. Sonia Narang, ...

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Must-have foods for newbie moms

A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes post her pregnancy period. Hence, that’s the time when you take utmost care and indulge in proper nutritious food diet as newbie moms would need to have an optimum energy level ...

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A lake, forests, mountains…Pokhara has many delights

Pokhara was a discovery in several ways. It has a laidback charm that contrasts with the rush and pollution of capital Kathmandu. Standing by a lake, with forested hills on one side and snow-capped Himalayan peaks on the other, was ...

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Pack right before travelling during monsoon season

Before going on a trip during rainy season, it is important to carry the right tools and instruments to save your belongings like cellphone and wallet from drenching. Carry zip lock bags, umbrellas, mosquito repellents and waterproof backpacks, suggest experts. ...

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5 things you must know about Ileana D’Cruz’s battle with body dysmorphic disorder

Celebrities have time and again accepted how they have battled with depression. Recently, Ileana D’Cruz shed light on her struggle with body dysmorphic disorder. Here are five things you must know about BDD and why it’s crucial to address it. ...

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Cancer: Hair loss, disfigurement, abandonment take toll on women

Bias sharpest among young girls; cervical cancer one of the biggest killers of women in India. WHEN THE Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, studied cancer patients in Odisha in 2014, the findings were stark. While average expenditure on treatment for ...

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The five reasons your weight loss stalls

If you’ve been struggling to lose weight for a long time, it’s likely that at some point the following has happened: you start a new fitness plan, filled to the brim with enthusiasm. You lose some weight, and you feel ...

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Diet Diary: The harmful effects of Glyphosate residue in food items

It is suggested that glyphosate, the active ingredient in a herbicide, is the most important causal factor in this problem. Glyphosate is applied to the leaves of plants to kill both broadleaf plants and grasses. While we are living longer, ...

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Navratri 2017: 3 ways to wear yellow on Pratipada (Day 1)

Opt for something light and comfortable this Navratri. These tips will come in handy for the upcoming festive season as well. Navratri is not just about keeping a fast, it’s also about observing the festival with your whole heart. How ...

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Why sindoor in your bindi may be bad for babies: Study

Although other cosmetics such as kajal and tiro, eye products used in India and Nigeria, have been banned by the FDA because of elevated lead content, the FDA only issued a general warning about sindoor after testing it a decade ...

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This Chinese village built a giant QR code with trees in a bid to attract more tourists!

In a vast field outside of Xinlinshui village, located near the city of Baoding in Hebei province 130,000 trees have been planted such a way that it gives an impression of a huge QR code when seen from the air. ...

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Ooty’s right here: A trip down memory lane

How does it feel to find a piece of one’s old self in the middle of everyday life? As children, we spent our summers between Ooty and Hyderabad — one cool, pleasant and infused with the fragrance of flowers, another ...

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Navratri 2017 Special: Five fasting tips for a healthier you

If you are one of those who always complain about putting on a few inches around your waist every year after Navratri then here are a few fasting tips for you. Navratri is a time synonymous with fasting and detoxification ...

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Eating nuts can stave off obesity risk

Want to shed those extra kilos? Consume nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, walnuts and peanuts in your diet as these can help you reduce weight as well as lower the risk of becoming being overweight and obese, researchers say. ...

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5 Steps To Travel The World For Free

As a financial planner, I want to help my clients achieve all their hopes and dreams; however, some dreams are more expensive than others and it’s hard to balance the limitations of someone’s earning and saving potential with their desires. ...

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Non-smokers can get lung cancer and the reasons are around us

Cancer of the lung brings to the mind an image of a chronic smoker. While it is true that smoking causes four out of five cases of lung cancer, the trend of lung cancer in non-smokers is also on the ...

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Alcohol May Boost Memory And Learning, Says Study

Participants were given a word and told either to drink as much as they liked or not to drink at all. Those who had drunk alcohol remembered more of what they had learned. Drinking alcohol just after learning something new ...

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Ooty’s right here: A trip down memory lane

How does it feel to find a piece of one’s old self in the middle of everyday life? As children, we spent our summers between Ooty and Hyderabad — one cool, pleasant and infused with the fragrance of flowers, another ...

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Priyanka Chopra, edgy or chic: Which look do you like better?

Priyanka Chopra is all set to present an award at the upcoming 69th Emmy Awards for the second time, and she’s been slaying it with varied fashion choices in the run-up events. We don’t think anyone would disagree that Priyanka Chopra has ...

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Government will set up 49 cancer centres in 3 years

NEW DELHI: With cancer cases on the rise in the country, the government plans to set up 49 cancer centres in the next three years. The centres will be in addition to 31 already functioning and upgraded since 2014-15, when ...

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Swine flu kills 4 more in 2 days, toll reaches 412

AHMEDABAD: Swine flu claimed four more lives in Gujarat in the past two days taking the death toll in the state to 412 this year. Gujarat has also reported 137 new cases in two days. With this, the state has ...

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Simran promotions: Kangana Ranaut strikes a balance with futuristic and Oriental fashion

Not somebody to shy away from experimenting with offbeat and unconventional looks, Kangana Ranaut looked beautiful in a futuristic colour-block outfit from Bibhu Mohapatra. The silk, fitted three-toned dress was full-sleeved — with a black and silver play on the ...

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Drinks industry downplaying alcohol-cancer link

Portman Group and Drinkaware among those accused by academics of obscuring heightened risks of cancer in drinkers. The drinks industry is misleading the public by downplaying and misrepresenting the link between alcohol and cancer – especially breast cancer – in ...

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This pen can detect cancer in just 10 seconds

The detection and identification of cancer has seen incredible improvements over the past several decades, offering a new lease on life to those who would have been out of luck in the past. Now, a new instrument invented, designed, and ...

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PARIS opens its first NUDIST PARK zone, but no voyeurism or exhibitionism will be allowed

The Bois de Vincennes park is now allowing nudists to experience being closer to nature and bask in the sun, unabashedly. However, this is not the first nude park in the country. Across France there some 460 areas reserved for ...

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Priyanka Chopra stuns in black at Toronto International Film Festival 2017, see pics

Priyanka Chopra along with celebrity stylist Cristina Ehrlich gave us another jaw-dropping look, like a thousand other times in the past, at TIFF 2017 in a figure-hugging dress by Zaid Affas. While on her way to Canada with her mom ...

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Coffee crazy? Your caffeine kick could help reduce diabetes risk!

New Delhi: Coffee, for many people around the globe, is an essential apparatus to help kickstart the day. It is a cup for all seasons and without their favourite brew, the day seems incomplete. Known for its high caffeine content, ...

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Science Says Travel Makes You Smarter

Everyone has their own reasons for traveling. Some of us are venturing out on vacation, the two-week jaunt to Europe before the chill of winter sweeps through. Others are traveling on business and don’t have much of a choice in the matter. Others still found ...

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Want To Jumpstart Your Business Or Career? Research Suggests You Should Travel More.

Looking to jumpstart your career or business? Strengthen bonds with coworkers or fellow entrepreneurs? Then you should probably treat yourself to a trip or two. New research by the Incentive Research Foundation has found that net operating income and overall employee tenure is ...

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Halloween Makeup Tips for a Long-Lasting, High Fashion Beauty Look, Courtesy of Kardashian Makeup Artist Joyce Bonelli

Joyce Bonelli, the makeup artist and longtime member of the Kardashian/Jenner glam squad, thinks Halloween is a great time to channel your favorite fashion icons. (For her, that means everyone from David Bowie and Madonna to Salvador Dali and Isabella Blow.) With her help (and the right ...

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You’ll Die Over the Swatches of Huda Kattan’s New Desert Dusk Palette

Update #2 The wait is (close to being) over. While the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Eyeshadow Palette won’t hit stores until September 18, we finally have a peek inside of the 18 breathtaking pans. These colors were all reportedly inspired by ...

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Swine Flu Cases on the Rise: Natural Ways to Boost Your Immunity

Swine flu cases are alarmingly on the rise, as more and more people across the country are being affected by the deadly influenza virus. Swine flu cases are alarmingly on the rise, as more and more people across the country ...

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Zika virus may be harnessed to fight most common form of brain cancer, say researchers

Miami: The Zika virus can wreak havoc on the brain of a developing fetus, but its destructive power may also be harnessed to fight a stubborn form of adult brain cancer, researchers said on Tuesday. Early studies have shown the mosquito-borne ...

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ATTENTION! YOU’RE EATING

Poor eating habits lead to several problems. Here are some home tips which will eliminate issues around the stomach In our daily routine, there are end numbers of things we do as habit which without bothering to see if it ...

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Did you know that Colombia has an ‘all-inclusive sex resort’?

The packages that one can avail at the resort ranges from Overnight Package to Gold Package. For $599, a deluxe room, airport transportation, bilingual host and “1 Girl Overnight” are the amenities that you can avail under the Overnight Package ...

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Things to keep in mind while booking a hotel

Make sure that the hotel is well equipped with all the basic and some add-on amenities like larger rooms, separate bathroom with pocket door, laundry service, room wifi, parking and take away service. Planning to go for a family vacation? ...

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Fashion style tips for working women

Neutral and darker tones are not the only options available anymore. Monotone blazers, solid flared pants, minimal, classic accessories are ways to pep up your look. Incorporating prints into work wear has also given modern working woman a chance to ...

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Styling tips for curvy women

Don’t shy away from your curves, instead experiment with different styles that can help you to enhance your look and flaunt those curves. Follow these simple guidelines and tips and in no time you will be acing any look that ...

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Eating low fat, high carbohydrate foods may kill you

According to a study decrease in fat intake automatically leads to an increase in carbohydrate consumption and the results explain why certain populations such as South Asians, who do not consume much fat but consume a lot of carbohydrates, have ...

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Eating dark chocolates may prevent diabetes: Study

According to the results of a study, compounds in cocoa increases the generation of insulin in the body. By using these compounds in foods or supplements one can effectively maintain normal blood glucose control and potentially even delay or prevent ...

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New source for brain’s development found

New Delhi :  A new study has come up with discovering a new source for the development of the brain.Researchers during study have discovered an unexpected source for the brain’s development, this offers new insights into the building of the ...

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Is tourism worldwide infiltrating the local community space?

While the whole world is intoxicated with the urge for travel, some communities are protesting its negative impact. What the recent anti-tourism protests in Spain has brought to light is shocking and yet has betrayed the truth that had, perhaps, ...

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Take a break from your daily grind, get nourished with these healing spa treatments across the country

These spa treatments will the change your perspective towards life. The spa is divided into two sections-the ground floor is dedicated to international massages and the second floor is for authentic Ayurvedic therapies. Head to the second floor terrace that ...

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Dancing can reverse signs of aging in older adults

WASHINGTON D.C: You may ask your grandparents to involve in dancing, as a new study has recently shown that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise, particularly dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain. As we ...

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Caffeine triggers a sweet tooth, says study

Researchers say that the widely consumed stimulant tempers taste buds temporarily, making food seem less sweet. New York: Do you crave for a doughnut after having a cup of coffee? Blame the caffeine, suggests a study which found that the widely ...

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India accounts for highest rheumatic heart disease deaths in 2015 globally

London: India accounted for the highest estimated number of deaths due to rheumatic heart disease globally in 2015 with over 119,000 people dying from the ailment, according to a study. India was among the five countries with the largest estimated numbers ...

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Guard against West Nile

As the summer begins to wind down, staff at the Brant County Health Unit want to remind people to take steps to protect against West Nile virus and Lyme disease. Recently, there has been a rise in the number of ...

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Too much of good cholesterol bad for your health: Study

Cholesterol is a fatty substance known as a lipid and is vital for the normal functioning of the body. London: While high levels of “good” cholesterol have long known to be beneficial, its excess can also raise your risk of ...

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Lakme Fashion Week: Suhana Khan Showed Up, With A Bunch Of Friends

Suhana was dressed in white jeans and a black halter-neck top, her simple outfit glammed up with designer accessories – Jimmy Choo bag and Saint Laurent booties HIGHLIGHTS Suhana went with Chunkey Pandey’s daughter Ananya and nephew Ahaan Both believed ...

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Super cool nail art ideas for short nails

Sporting a perfect manicure with immaculate nails and an eye catching design can never go out of style. Celebrities swear by this. So, no matter how stunning your outfit is, nail art can make or break your look. Although they’re ...

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Click Frenzy travel sale: Deals on flights, hotels, cruises and tours

IT’S the travel sale event set to slash the cost of your next holiday. Click Frenzy, known for its online super sales and now in its second year, is back with its annual travel frenzy offering hundres of travel deals ...

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5 easy steps to get silky straight hair at home

Who doesn’t love the idea of silky and smooth straight hair? This chic hairstyle in on almost every girl’s hair lust list. There are a number of tempting hair products and in-salon treatments to choose from. But, what if we told you that you ...

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Detox for your skin

Do you think your skin is looking dull even after you have indulged it with the latest antioxidant moisturiser? Sure, topical creams have their pluses. But if your dark circles show no signs of receding or zits keep popping on ...

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How slowing down your travel can enhance your holiday

Alissa MacMillan reports on how slowing down and mixing up travel modes can transform your holiday They say, is the newest luxury item. If you’ve got it, use it well, especially when it comes to travel. And if you’ve had the ...

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Mussel-inspired glue may make foetal surgery safer

Los Angeles, Aug 21 (PTI) Scientists have developed a strong glue based on a mussel adhesive which could make performing surgery on foetuses safer in the future. Whether to perform surgery on a foetus is a heart- wrenching decision. It ...

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Walnuts May Control Your Mind To Help Lose Weight

No nut is going to control me, you may say. You are your own person. You eat what you want, when you want. But science may say otherwise about walnuts. What is up with deez nuts? Five researchers from the ...

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Weekend beauty tips | Perfect tricolored makeup for Independence Day

Match your eye-makeup with the mood of your social program on or around Independence Day on August 15. Use the tri-colour of the national flag to add drama to your look. Aakriti Kochar, beauty and make-up expert at Oriflame India ...

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Essential oils can enhance your skin health

Beauty experts said that essential hair oil can help not only in nourishing your hair but relaxes your nervous system as well. From lavender oil, rosemary oil to neroli oil, add essential oils in your daily skin care routine for ...

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Hey, Let’s Actually Read That Study About Vitamin B Preventing Birth Defects

It would be really nice if something you could just go to CVS and buy off a shelf unequivocally had some massive health benefit. But the world does not work that way, and neither does science. There are an array ...

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Smokers prone to hypersensitivity: study

Users also tend to suffer from insufficient sleep, lack of motivation or overeating Smokers tend to be 200% more hypersensitive than non-smokers, a study conducted by pulmonologists from Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore has revealed. The study — Choose Life ...

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