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Glimpses from The Spring Summer Wishlist

The pop-up display of the 11th edition of The Wishlist, founded by Sadhana Talwar Mehta, was held on 9 February with a spring-summer edition in Delhi. The ‘secret garden party’-themed day-long event brought together a number of designers and artisanal brands from across India under one roof. Labels such as Akaaro by Gaurav Jai Gupta, Aavaran, White Champa, Pita-Nila, Itr ...

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Happy Valentine’s Day wishes, messages, quotes and images to share

People across the world are celebrating February 14 as Valentine’s Day. Lovebirds across the world are eager to spend the day together. And what can be a better start to the day than sending lovely wishes to the special one, or posting a cute message on Facebook or WhatsApp, if you are fine with a public display of affection, reports ...

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Valentine’s Day 2019: Last minute gift ideas

A thoughtful gift can take your relationship to another level. Therefore, choosing that perfect gift has a major value. Have you decided what you are going to gift your partner on this Valentine’s Day? Before you grab that card off the store shelf, check out these gift ideas that will surely make the special one feel all the more special, ...

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Incorporate essential oils into daily life for better health

Essential oils are the natural oils which are typically extracted directly from a flower, fruit, leaf, bark, seed or root of a plant or tree and then distilled. They have the characteristics and odour of the source plant from which they are extracted. They have been used in many different cultures throughout history. Essential oils offer scientifically proven remedies for ...

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Christian Siriano wins best-view award at NY Fashion Week

Photo: The latest fashion creation from Christian Siriano is modeled during New York Fashion Week, Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, in New York. New York, Feb 10 : If there were a best-view award at New York Fashion Week, Christian Siriano would win it. The sights outside the designer’s runway show atop Rockefeller Center were hard to beat: The Empire State ...

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5 ways to sail through Valentine’s Week happy and single

Who says Valentine’s Day is a day only couples celebrate? If you are single, you can have twice the fun since you get to share all your experiences with no else but yourself. Instead of sitting and flipping through memories of an ex, you can choose to make this day and week extremely fun by investing in yourself. Who knows ...

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Regular skin problems? These skin care products may help

If you are that type of a person who loves to pamper your skin then you should know that there are certain types of skincare products out in the market which help better than others. Whether you have dry, oily or combination of both the skin, the products listed below promise to give you a glowing effect and clear skin. ...

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Fruits and vegetables important for mental, physical well-being

While it’s well-established that eating fruits and vegetables can benefit physical health. A recent study suggests that it may also benefit psychological well-being. The research showed a positive association between the quantity of fruit and vegetables consumed and people’s self-reported mental well-being. Specifically, the findings indicate that eating just one extra portion of fruits and vegetables a day could have ...

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5 food trends that will rule 2019

Despite the wide variety of foods available, the emphasis is on how and when individuals consume those foods. Indian cuisine from every state has a place in history, and there is always a reason why a particular food has been included in a meal. From surging health trends to hidden veg and non-veg cuisine, this is going to be another ...

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Frequent night shifts can damage your DNA: Study

Do you frequently work in night shifts? Lack of proper sleep and night-time wakefulness can cause damage to the structure of the human DNA and lead to many diseases, including cancer and diabetes, as well as cardiovascular, neurological and pulmonary diseases, warns a study. The study, published in the Anesthesia academic journal, shows that DNA repair gene expression is lower ...

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