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25 Things Introverts Want You to Understand About Them

“Solitude matters, and for some people, it’s the air they breathe.” ~Susan Cain We live in a culture that celebrates extroversion and sees introversion as a weakness or something to overcome. If you’re an introvert, you may have grown up believing there was something wrong with you. You may not ...

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Born out of stone | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Nivedita Mishra during the workshop in Chandigarh. (Express Photo: Jasbir Malhi) The stone dust which covers Nivedita Mishra becomes her second skin, as the Delhi-based sculptor is at ease in it. Since childhood, Mishra has had a direct connection with stone, allowing nothing to come in the way. Collecting pebbles ...

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We, the People | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

A scene from Raktbeej. Abhinet, the oldest theatre group of Chandigarh, is all set to stage another classic, Raktbeej, written by Shankar Shesh and directed by theatre person, author and critic Vijay Kapoor. Established in 1974 to promote the study and appreciation of the art of drama by producing and ...

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Valentine’s Day: Does love thrive in solitude?

Are lovers loners? In Spike Jonze’s critically-acclaimed film Her, Theodore Twombly writes letters for strangers who no longer have the time to do it themselves. He expresses love, conveys grief on their behalf, pens down their stories and even occasionally sheds a tear for them.  Meanwhile, Twombly walks the street ...

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The Taste With Vir Sanghvi: France versus Spain – How the Spanish beat the French at the cuisine game | more lifestyle

If you were to ask any foodie which country had the best restaurants and was at the cutting edge of gastronomy, many people would say Japan. And they would not be wrong. Japanese cuisine is sophisticated and traditional at the same time and the great Japanese chefs are true masters ...

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Study finds cannabis use in teens raises risk of depression in young adults | fitness

While a lot of studies have been conducted on the role of cannabis use in psychosis, considerably less attention has been paid to whether cannabis use is associated with an increased risk of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. The research, conducted by experts from the McGill University ...

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Gully Boy promotions: Alia Bhatt takes her fashion game a notch higher

Alia Bhatt turned heads in a green and blue satin floral dress by Stella McCartney. (Designed by Gargi Singh) Alia Bhatt is known for her impeccable performances in films, and she is no less when it comes to fashion. So it is no surprise that the actor has been putting her ...

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Valentine’s Day 2019: Celebrating day of love in a healthy manner | fitness

The day of love is just around the corner. Dedicated to St. Valentine, the day is celebrated with roses, chocolates, flowers and by showing loved ones how much they are cherished. Everyone wants a healthy and long companionship for life. What if you are told that living a healthier life ...

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Health Benefits of Camel Pose – Ushtrasana

USHTRASANA – CAMEL POSE Camel Pose is the posture that most people experience intense bodily reactions such as fear/anxiety, dizziness or nausea. The Sanskrit name Ushtrasana is a combination of ‘ustra’ (meaning Camel) and ‘asana’ (meaning Posture). The benefits of this posture are enormous and just being present and conscious ...

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Valentine’s Day 2019: 5 cocktails that you can make at home on V-day | more lifestyle

On Valentine’s Day, there is so much to do. Picking your partner’s favourite flowers, chocolates, jewellery and many such special things that will make an ideal gift. A perfect evening date is of course on the cards with a nice meal and a good drink to celebrate the day of ...

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