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International artists capture Meghalaya’s heritage on canvas

By: IANS | Published: June 11, 2018 4:18:42 pm The exhibition capturing the picturesque beauty of Meghalaya titles “Äbode of Clouds” open for viewing till June 18. (Courtesy: Patrick Rodgers) The picturesque beauty of Meghalaya’s Cherrapunjee — nestled deep in nature’s lap — has inspired 12 international artists to create ...

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Here’s How You Can Have Frizz-Free, Smooth Tresses During Monsoons

Monsoon not only brings smile on everyone’s face but also the complexities related to hair so make sure to opt for right steps to have frizz-free and smooth tresses. Kama Ayurveda in-house doctor Sharad Kulkarni lists down some steps to keep your tresses flowing * Antibacterial neem oil maybe mixed ...

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For a brief moment, goalscorers forget poverty and war

(Reuters) – The eyes of the world will turn to Russia this week for the World Cup but it is far away you must look to find the sport’s beating heart — on war-ravaged streets and in poverty-stricken slums where the simple act of scoring a goal transcends the grind ...

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In Brazil, patients risk everything for the ‘right to beauty’ | brazil | right to beauty

In the U.S., if you want a face lift or a tummy tuck, it’s generally assumed that you’ll be paying out of pocket. Insurance will tend to cover plastic surgery only when the surgery is deemed “medically necessary” and not merely aesthetic. In Brazil, however, patients are thought of as ...

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Discovering the iron within – The Hindu

It was a warm evening in Port Elizabeth, South Africa; the sun had just begun to sink over the horizon. Raghul Sankaranarayanan vaguely remembers the crowds lined up across the last kilometre cheering the weary contestants on. What’s clearly etched in his mind is the pain — the pain from ...

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Avatar-based app helps recognise heart attack symptoms

By: PTI | Melbourne | Updated: June 11, 2018 5:40:18 pm Scientists have developed an avatar nurse that helps identify early symptoms of heart attack (Source: ThinkStock Images) Scientists have developed an app that uses a simulated digital nurse to teach patients how to recognise symptoms of heart attack and ...

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Humans may help boost dogs’ problem-solving ability

By: PTI | Washington | Published: June 11, 2018 4:12:20 pm Can your pooch solve complex problems? A recent study says that human encouragement helps pets solve problems better. (Source: Pixabay) Dog owners, take note! Human encouragement may help your pooches better learn how to solve complex problems, a study ...

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Loneliness: A deadly disease

Loneliness has been described as a complex and usually unpleasant emotional response to social isolation. It is long and unbearable pain and more painful than being hurt. Loneliness doubles the risk of dying from heart disease. Significantly, it is generally perceived that loneliness occurs when being alone. However, loneliness has ...

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Summer Trend Alert: Models and Style Icons Adopt the Waist Pack

In need of some style inspiration? Take a look at how Chiara Ferragni, Alessandra Ambrosio and Rihanna rock waist packs with style. A file photo of Rihanna/Reuters Belt bag, fanny pack, bum bag — call it what you like, but after a few seasons of timidly creeping back onto the ...

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Islamic fashion school cuts a faithful figure in Indonesia

Bandung, INDONESIA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s first Islamic fashion school is teaching students in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country the usual skills of design, styling and marketing – but with a religion-specific twist. A model presents creations by student designer Runny Soemadipradja on the first day of the Indonesia Muslim Fashion ...

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