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    Acute skin problems in the summer which can spoil all the fun

    NEW DELHI: Summers are for eating mangoes, watermelons, and other nutrient fruit like apricots. The bright sun improves of Vitamin D and lightens our mood as the sweat detoxifies us making us lose weight. Monsoons are for blissful rainy days and cups of tea with samosa. But this is the time when your skin can break out leading to acute skin problems which can spoil all the fun. Your...

    • 41 min ago
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    Former Congress LS member Sushmita Dev has tested positive for coronavirus

    GUWAHATI/SILCHAR: Former Congress LS member Sushmita Dev has tested positive for coronavirus. Continued on page All India Mahila Congress (AIMC) chief and the party's national spokesperson Dev, daughter of former Union Minister Santosh Mohan Dev, was on Wednesday admitted to the Silchar Medical College and Hospital after she tested nCoV positive. "I have tested...

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    Home-schooling tips during the COVID-19 pandemic

    NEW DELHI: Parenting could be hard during a pandemic, especially when your child's physical classes are on hold. If you are helping your child learn from home or home-schooling them, a few tips can make it a positive experience. Priyam Saharia, a parenting blogger/expert at Momspresso suggests these home-schooling tips if you are feeling overwhelmed that your home is now a school. USE...

    • 49 min ago
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    Cloud kitchens are new normal in dining during coronavirus pandemic

    NEW DELHI: The coronavirus pandemic has transformed consumer behaviour in the F&B (Food and Beverages) sector. It's no news that India's restaurant industry is facing the hardest hit in the crisis and even though the lockdown helped reduce the spread of the virus, it has also resulted in the revenues of the sector dropping to zero. Keeping the sensitive situation in mind,...

    • 56 min ago
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    Dealing with muscle pain in times of COVID-19 and lockdown

    NEW DELHI: In times of COVID-19 and the lockdown, most people have been staying indoors and levels of activity have decreased significantly. Work from home has become the new norm and we may see more of it even if the COVID-19 pandemic resolves. For online classes, students have to sit for long hours in front of laptops or mobiles, often maintaining an incorrect posture on the bed...

    • 56 min ago
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    Why India must be wary of Beijing's deception: JAYANTA GHOSAL

    JAYANTA GHOSAL again, China's intrusion in 1962. At the time, Jawaharlal Nehru's chief spy was the son of Bengal, Bhola Nath Mullik. He received the Padma Bhushan in 1964. Many have criticized this Bengali babu for his failure to warn Nehru about China's intent. Rather, the military officials understood China's "aggressive strategy". Bhola Nath had written a book where he...

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    India recorded highest single-day spike of over 24,879 new covid-19 cases with 487

    NEW DELHI: India recorded the highest single-day spike of over 24,879 new coronavirus cases and 487 deaths in the last 24 hours, pushing the total tally to 7,67,296 with 21,129 deaths on Thursday. According to the data, out of total 7,67,296 cases, 4,76,377 have recovered while 2,69,789 remain active in the country. With more COVID-19 patients recovering, the gap...

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    After facing masses' criticism, Dispur brings in amendment against MSME Ordinance

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: Following public protests across the State against the 'Assam MSME (Facilitation of Establishment and Operation) Ordinance', approved by the Assam Cabinet on June 29, 2020, the government has been compelled to bring a significant change in the ordinance. Now, it has been made mandatory to get permission, clearance and approval related to...

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    No government hold over vegetable market; only the middlemen's writs run marketing

    STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: How come a vegetable item that is sold at Rs 5 or 10 per kg by growers at places like Barpeta Road, Sorbhog, Kharupetia, Howli, Dhekiajuli, etc., is sold at Rs 70-80 per kg in Guwahati or any other urban areas in the State? The reason is simple - in the absence of any controlling mechanism, only the middlemen's writs run in vegetable...

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    Services of some private hospitals court controversy; Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

    Appreciating the administrations, police and forest departments of Golaghat, Nagaon, Sonitpur, Biswanath and Karbi Anglong districts for successfully curbing the menace of rhino poaching in Kaziranga National Park, Sonowal called for such sustained efforts to preserve the flora and fauna of the State in the future as well, stated a press release. STAFF...

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