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India’s first multiregional culture festival ARTH is all set to begin

ARTH will be held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) in Delhi. India’s first multiregional culture festival ARTH is about to start. The three-day festival that celebrates India’s heritage and culture will take place from February 8 and will continue till February 10. To be held at ...

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Cancer survivors face hardships related to medical bills | fitness

A new study now finds that cancer survivors carry a higher burden related to medical debt payments and bills compared with individuals without a cancer history. The greatest hardships are found in younger survivors. The research, published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study also ...

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Why I’ve Decided to Accept Myself Instead of Trying to ‘Fix’ Myself

“No amount of self-improvement can make up for any lack of self-acceptance.” ~Robert Holden In our culture, we are constantly bombarded with the newest and best things to improve ourselves and/or our quality of life. Unfortunately, this leads to the belief that we need to obtain some sort of thing ...

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For those who are unfamiliar with the practice, getting into yoga for beginners can seem like a daunting task. To a newcomer, there appears to be so much to the culture and the world that it can feel like there’s not really a go-to place to start. To an extent, ...

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Artists to look out for at India Art Fair 2019

Related News The leading modern and contemporary art fair, is going to host its 10th edition in Delhi. (Source: India Art Fair/Official Site) The leading modern and contemporary art fair, that showcases artworks carefully selected from galleries across Asia, Europe, North and South America, is going to host its 10th ...

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Central obesity may lead to brain shrinkage: Study

High waist-to-hip ratio may badly impact brain activity. (source: File Photo) Being overweight can lead to several health problems – ranging from hormonal imbalances to joint pains and blood pressure. But in a new study, scientists found out that obesity in the stomach area could even have associations with smaller ...

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60% of world’s coffee species face high extinction risk: Study

Coffee might face extinction according to a study. (Source: File Photo) If you cannot think of spending a day without a cup of coffee, a recent research holds worrying news for you. The study published in the journal Science Advances found that 60% of wild coffee species are at the risk ...

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How Going Offline for 10 Days Healed My Anxiety

“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a while, including you.” ~Anna Lamott I wake up anxious a little past 4am. My heart is beating faster than usual, and I’m aware of an unsettled feeling, like life-crushing doom is imminent. For a moment, I wonder if I ...

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Here comes ‘stair snacking’ to improve heart health | fitness

For people who find it difficult to take out extra time for physical activity after a hectic schedule, exercise just got simpler and harder to avoid. Researchers have shown that a few minutes of stair climbing called the ‘stair snacking’ approach, at short intervals between work, can improve cardiovascular health. ...

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Knots from the Northeast | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Sandhya Raman Weaves inspired from the indigenous tribes of Arunachal Pradesh, namely Apatani, Aaji, Galo, Nyishi, Adi and Tagin, will be seen on the ramp as part of Enigmatic East – From Zero to Infinity, a show-cum-exhibit curated and collated by textile revivalist Sandhya Raman. “I have been a consultant ...

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