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Kind thoughts can boost psychological and physical health | sex and relationships

Kind thoughts can boost psychological and physical health | sex and relationships

Caring for others and yourself can actually lead to a healthier lifestyle. According to a recent study introspection about yourself and your loved ones has both, psychological and physical benefits. As part of the study, researchers found that taking part in self-compassion exercises calm the heart rate, switching off the ...

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A Kind of Magic | The Indian Express

Written by Anushree Majumdar | Published: November 19, 2018 1:10:15 am Freddie Mercury There’s a scene in Bohemian Rhapsody, the biographical film about the British rock group Queen and its frontman, Freddie Mercury, where the band meets with John Reid (Aiden Gillen), a well-regarded music manager. Reid is impressed with ...

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A different kind of love: A look at K-pop fandom through fanbases, fansites | art and culture

A different kind of love: A look at K-pop fandom through fanbases, fansites | art and culture

On August 5, as the clock struck midnight in South Korea, an online game went live. Termed as the ‘Labyrinth Project’, the game involved solving 9 riddles, each correct answer unlocking the next stage, with the concluding one being ‘EDEN OF EXO’. The game was developed by EXO.LAB, a fanbase ...

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Strict, yet kind boss can boost employees’ performance says study

By: IANS | New York | Published: September 13, 2018 12:13:55 pm Showing compassion motivated employees to become better workers says study. (Source: File Photo) If you want your employees to perform better, enforce discipline with kindness and compassion instead of just wielding authority, suggests a study. According to the ...

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Wrong Kind of Love | The Indian Express

Published: August 25, 2018 12:21:22 am Pookkuzhi (Pyre) (Tamil) by Perumal Murugan (Author), Aniruddhan Vasudevan (Translator) Hamish Hamilton 270 pages, Rs 399 Written by Nikitha PhyllisPerumal Murugan is perhaps best known as the author of Maadhorubaagan (One Part Woman) and the controversy it created — causing him to famously declare that he ...

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A new kind of photoshop

A new kind of photoshop

Among the collection of fine art photos at Sriharsha Ganjam and Siri Gopinatham’s new fine art photography portal ArtBuRt (for buying and renting), is his and a fellow photographer, Ashwini Kumar Bhat’s photograph of what could be the first moonbow in Asia. A moonbow is a lunar rainbow and is ...

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Did you know your sensitivity determines what kind of coffee drinker you are? | more lifestyle

Caffeine is normally not recommended in the evening, but individual differences prevail, as seen in most people.

Did you know that coffee drinkers are classified based on their caffeine sensitivity? A scientist, J.W. Langer, explained why everyone experiences coffee differently. Coffee drinkers fall into one of three major groups based on their caffeine sensitivity, according to study author Langer. The report drew on existing research to explain ...

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Close Encounter of the First Kind

Written by Monojit Majumdar | Updated: May 26, 2018 12:25:48 am Satyajit Ray’s: Travails With The Alien Travails With The AlienSatyajit RayHarperCollins India224 pagesRs 699 In 1967, 15 years before Steven Spielberg’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial opened to applause that is yet to subside, Satyajit Ray had submitted to Hollywood’s Columbia ...

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Close Encounter of the First Kind

Written by Monojit Majumdar | Published: May 26, 2018 12:17:06 am Satyajit Ray’s: Travails With The Alien Travails With The AlienSatyajit RayHarperCollins India224 pagesRs 699 In 1967, 15 years before Steven Spielberg’s E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial opened to applause that is yet to subside, Satyajit Ray had submitted to Hollywood’s Columbia ...

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Carbs are not bad for you, here’s how to pick the right kind of food | fitness

Carbs are not your enemies; they are important to your diet.

Of late we’ve been programmed to avoid carbs; so no pastas, bread, cakes or cookies. Carbs have got a bad rep for causing weight gain and we avoid carb-rich food like the plague. But how much truth does this hold? We asked experts to help us understand the complex world ...

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