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Drug to cure malaria approved in 60 years

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 23, 2018 1:57:46 pm The drug, tafenoquine is being described as a “phenomenal achievement”. After 60 years, authorities in the United States have approved a pill that will treat malaria. According to a report in BBC, the drug, tafenoquine is being ...

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Make the Difference You Want to Make by Expanding Your Network, Mindfully

I used to hate the word “networking.” It evoked images of impersonal conversations and awkward business card exchanges, neither of which excite me. More importantly, I defined “networking” as meeting people with an agenda: to use them to further your goals. But something’s shifted for me since I began working ...

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There Are a Gazillion Little Ways to Be Kind (and It Benefits You Too)

“The place to improve the world is first in one’s own heart and head and hands.” ~Robert M. Pirsig One day while grocery shopping I was reaching for a head of lettuce when I heard a shrill, high-pitched wail from a few aisles over. It sent shivers up my spine. ...

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Sushmita Sen’s new workout video will motivate you to hit the gym right away

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 23, 2018 10:38:52 am Sushmita Sen’s workour regime inspires many. (Source: Sushmitasen47/Instagram) Over time, Sushmita Sen has emerged as the one person you go back to whenever you need some inspiration to hit the gym or work out. Almost regularly she posts ...

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Celebrating music, Britain to have “National Album Day”

By: Reuters | London | Published: July 23, 2018 7:25:29 am Britain to celebrate “National Album Day” in October every year. (File) Britain is to have its first ever “National Album Day” this autumn, an event organisers hope music fans will celebrate annually to mark their appreciation of the format. ...

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From America, With Love | The Indian Express

Written by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | New Delhi | Updated: July 23, 2018 12:15:06 am Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt at a spinning wheel in Delhi. Images of a bare-chested Mahatma Gandhi, dressed in a loincloth, sitting beside the charkha, has represented his sentiment of Swadeshi in history books for decades. ...

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Mountain Echoes: Litfesting in the Land of the Thunder Dragon | books | guest writers

Most of the time, literature festivals are tedious. They are full of important people saying very important things to audiences that hang on to every word because, hey, everyone wants to come across as more-intellectual-than-thou. This must be why I spend most of my time at the big momma of ...

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Kareena Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Sara Ali Khan look flawless even in gym clothes. Here’s proof | fashion and trends

Thanks to athleisure-loving celebs like Kareena Kapoor Khan and Malaika Arora, the lines are blurred between what constitutes workout clothes and what constitutes streetwear. It’s pretty common to see snaps of celebrities leaving their gym. And this week fashion-forward stars, like Sara Ali Khan and Ananya Panday, looked so cool ...

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Urban green spaces in vacant lots can reduce depression and anxiety | fitness

Greening sidewalks, parks and vacant or dilapidated spaces could be an important and inexpensive tool to help address the rising cases of depression, anxiety and stress in urban communities, suggests a study. “Dilapidated and vacant spaces are factors that put residents at an increased risk of depression and stress and ...

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8 exercises recommended by experts for weight loss, getting fit and lean | fitness

There are times when you read so many articles on exercises and fitness that you forget the basics that are key to getting in shape. We tell you eight basic exercises which will not only get you in shape, but will also help you lose weight. Along with this, they ...

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