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    Beat your Lockdown Blues: All your mental health queries answered by Dr Anjali Chhabria

    I was recently evicted from my apartment as I couldn't pay the rent. In the midst of this pandemic I am clueless as to how I should go about house-hunting when I am getting paid half my salary. I had big dreams when I came to Mumbai from my hometown in Andhra Pradesh. Now I don't know how to return home without feeling embarrassed.

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Bhagat Singh Birth Anniversary: 10 motivational quotes by the Indian socialist revolutionary

    Martyr at the age of 23 and inspiration for million minds, Bhagat Singh is truly one in a million. The charismatic Indian socialist revolutionary's dramatic violence against the British made him the hero of Indian Independence movement. He sacrificed his life for our country and 16 years after his death, India won freedom.

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    World Tourism Day 2020: 4 safe places to visit amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Tourism has been among the hardest hit of all sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. The travel and tourism sector, which is slowly opening up now, had come to a sudden halt due to pandemic-forced lockdown. September 27, which is celebrated as the World Tourism Day, represents an opportunity to rethink the future of the tourism sector, including how it contributes to the...

    • 2 days ago
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    Doc Destiny: The number of Ketu

    Today's date being September 25, which brings down to Number 7 (2+5 = 7), in today's column we will try to understand the significance and importance of Number 7 and also learn about the unique qualities of people who have an association with this mystical number. People who are born on 7th, 16th and 25 th of any month have a major influence of Number 7 on their lives.

    • 3 days ago
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    Death: An Inside Story by Sadhguru is a gift for youth that unravels itself with age, experience and re-reading

    At first sight, one wonders about the contents of Death: An Inside Story by Sadhguru, primarily because of its intriguing subject and title, but also due to the underlying taboo of discussing and debating it. In certain cases, as much as uttering the 'D word' in traditional households is met with extreme censure.

    • 7 days ago
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    Guru Nanak Death Anniversary 2020: Inspirational quotes and teachings by Nanak Dev on his 481st death anniversary

    Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism was the first of the ten Sikh Gurus, died on September 22, 1539. He was known for his political, social and spiritual beliefs which were based on love, equality, fraternity and virtue.Guru Nanak is said to have travelled entire Asia teaching people of 'one God', that God constitutes the...

    • 7 days ago
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    'Green'vengers! Get ready for the biggest forest drive

    We say the world is healing but reversing the damage humans have already caused is not th​​at simple and quick. We all are aware of the fact that how trees are being cut down in the name of development. Even in times of crisis, our failure to understand the side effects of harming nature is quite shocking. Well, if deforestation is something that bothers you, then you should be part of...

    • a week ago
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    Had a hectic week? Just 10 minutes of massage will relax you

    London: If you have had a tiring week, just 10 minutes of simple massage at home can do wonders to rejuvenate your mind and body, suggests a new research. All you need to do is find someone to do that for you.Even ten minutes of simple rest increases relaxation, albeit to a lesser degree than massage, showed the research published in the journal Scientific Reports.

    • a week ago
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    Friends, not family key to human happiness, finds study

    Texas: Think spending time with your kids and spouse is the key to your happiness? You may actually be happier getting together with your friends, according to a research conducted by SMU psychology professor Nathan Hudson.Hudson's research finds that people report higher levels of well-being while hanging with their friends than they do with their romantic partner or children.

    • a week ago
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    Covid times: Rebuild your health & boost immunity

    1. Onion JuiceOnions are not only a quality source of Vitamin C, but also one of the richest sources of flavonoids, especially quercetin, which has been shown to inhibit inflammation. Onions also contain the mineral selenium, which helps to initiate the body's immune response. Take 2 tsp of onion juice first thing in the morning.

    • a week ago

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