According to researchers from Aarhus University, sustainable diets are beneficial for lowering the risk of blood clotting in the brain and safe for the environment too. The researchers used the data from 'Cancer and Health, Population study' conducted in the early 1990s, to find out the eating habits and lifestyles of nearly 58,000 adults. ''We need to eat more sustainably, but it's important to consume a healthy diet'', said Danish… read-more
A Police constable in Madhya Pardesh who was suspended after he refused to trim his long moustache, has been reinstated. As per an order issued by Deputy Inspector General, the suspension order was revoked with immediate effect. Constable Rakesh Raina worked as a driver in the state's police department, and was posted as the driver of Special Director General, Cooperatives Fraud and Public section of Madhya Pardesh.
Nasar Thootha, a man based in Kerala, is getting recognition in media reports for running a ''wedding dress bank'' for girls who cannot afford expensive wedding dresses. Thootha, who's a taxi driver, said that he started the charitable venture in April 2020. He says ''he's just a channel'' to provide dresses to poor girls which he receives from the donation. So far, Thootha helped 260 brides free of cost.
Celebrity hairstylist Javed Habib went viral for his spitting video, during a workshop in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar. On January 6, Habib was seen spitting on a woman's head, following which the National Commission for Women (NCW) asked the UP police to probe the matter and take strict action as spitting in public is a punishable offence under Disaster Management Act 2005. Besides, he's been sent a notice for a hearing.
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On the internet, a photo of a Pune-based man is going viral for opting a quirky way to urge people to quit alcohol on New Year's Eve. The photo shows the man, clad in Ravan's costume and holding a sword-like object, is asking people to drink milk and give up alcohol at traffic lights. Reportedly, he also distributed milk and told the people about the harmful effects of alcohol.
We often start our day with routine exercise, aiming fit & healthy body. However, often, fails to understand the benefits of warm up exercises, which plays a vital role in our body stability and workouts. Here's a few most effective warm up exercises to begin with; side lunges, jumping jacks, waist rotations, arms & shoulder rotations and chest expansion. These quick exercises will help as a stamina booster, while exercising.
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Venkaiah Nadu while addressing a gathering during Dr VL Indira Dutt's book launch, said that it is highly important to balance work and personal life. "Equal responsibilities must be given to ones professional duties and family responsibilities," said Naidu. He further asked all the business leaders to frame HR policies that support a healthy work-life balance. He also emphasised on the importance of participating in outdoor activities.
Netizens appreciated a 72-year-old woman, who tried ziplining in a park at Palakkad, Kerala. "I was not afraid at all. I liked it. It was fun," the women was seen screaming in the video, which was posted on an Instagram handle named @Yathra Premikal. The video received love and appreciation from social media users and garnered over 47,000 likes and over a lakh views.
Brand Impact presented the Style Icon "Doctor of the year" award to Dr Aishwarya Selvaraj at the Golden Glory Awards. Selvaraj is the Founder and Managing Director of Skin Envy, which is one of the most popular skin clinics in Chennai. Meanwhile, Malaika Arora was the chief guest of the ceremony. ''I was born and brought up in Chennai. Getting this award pushes me to work hard,'' said Selvaraj.
Jayanti Dada, a man of Maharashtra's Nagpur, is inspiring young people by selling poha chana chivda at the age of 70. His video was posted on Instagram by Nagpur Things. The descriptive caption of the video says he sells it from 6 pm to 8 pm and also works as a security guard at night. Furthermore, the user urged people to support him in whatever… read-more
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