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International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers 2018: 5 books on sex workers and their issues

On International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, we list out five books that have touched upon this topic. (Source: Amazon.in) Every year, December 17 is observed as the day to end violence against sex workers. The practice began in 2003 in order to pay respect to the victims ...

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Life Is Far Less Painful When We Drop the Story in Our Head

“You will never be free until you free yourself from the prison of your own false thoughts.” ~Philip Arnold Every meditator knows the dilemma of trying to find that perfectly quiet place to meditate, where silence is the golden rule and voices hush to a whisper. Oh how perfect our ...

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Life Is Far Less Painful When We Drop the Judgmental Story in Our Head

“You will never be free until you free yourself from the prison of your own false thoughts.” ~Philip Arnold Every meditator knows the dilemma of trying to find that perfectly quiet place to meditate, where silence is the golden rule and voices hush to a whisper. Oh how perfect our ...

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Star Screen Awards, 2018: Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt, Diana Penty shine at the red carpet

From Katrina Kaif to Alia Bhatt, several celebrities attended the Star Screen Awards. (Source: Ami Patel/Tanya Ghavri/Diana Penty/Instagram) The Star Screen Awards, 2018 just concluded and as usual, it was a star-studded event. From Katrina Kaif to Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, several celebrities graced the red carpet making it ...

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Philippines’ Catriona Gray wins Miss Universe 2018

The 67th Miss Universe pageant was held on Sunday. (Source: AP) Catriona Gray was crowned as Miss Universe 2018 after a tough contest between 94 contestants in the 67th edition of the beauty pageant competition that was held in Bangkok on Sunday. Born in Australia, Catriona Gray, 24, entered her first pageant at ...

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New study hopes to understand if zinc can cut infant mortality

Severe infections contribute to a large number of neonatal and young infant deaths in the country. After a study conducted six years ago showed that administering zinc reduced treatment failure by 40 per cent in infants younger than 120 days who present with probable serious bacterial infection, a clutch of ...

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Biennale: Postcards from Kochi | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

(Photo Courtesy: Kochi Biennale Foundation) Community Spirit Aimed at “reviving the rich cosmopolitan, multicultural heritage of the Jew Town”, the Water Town Fest is being held alongside the Biennale. Home to the Paradesi Jews, the once-thriving neighbourhood of Jew Town at Mattancherry reportedly has only six members of the community ...

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At His Table | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

“I became a chef totally by error. It was not planned at all. I couldn’t become a pilot so I went to catering college. I wanted to become a barman and serve drinks. When I applied for training, I was told that I was too short to stand behind the ...

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Best Review of Yoga Teacher Training School in Rishikesh India

Arogya Yoga School, Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance USA offers 100 Hours Traditional Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India. This course is convenient for those students who have an intention to complete 200 hours course in two divisions.  During the course, you will strongly focus on the ...

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Virtual tours of railway heritage sites in trains, classrooms to begin soon | travel

Soon, passengers onboard trains or students in faraway locations can take a tour of the National Rail Museum or see the Kalka-Shimla rail route without moving from their seats. Taking forward its digital initiative to preserve and promote its heritage, Railways has tied up with Google’s education initiative to create ...

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