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Tunisian women free to marry non-Muslims

Tunisia has overturned a law that banned women from marrying non-Muslims. A spokeswoman for President Beji Caid Essebsi made the announcement and congratulated women on gaining “the freedom to choose one’s spouse”. Until now, a non-Muslim man who wished to marry a Tunisian Muslim woman had to convert to Islam and submit a certificate of his conversion as proof. Tunisia, ...

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Protect your child against changing weather

Amid the incessant monsoon showers, the hot summer sun is slowly fading and fall is slowing creeping in. Every time the weather changes, children are the worst affected. Hence, it is important to protect your child against the changing weather by providing the right food. Protect your child against seasonal sicknesses brought about by the change in the weather. Now, ...

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Easy tips on how to stop hairfall

Is hair loss or hairfall giving you sleepless nights? Have you tried all remedies to stop hairfall? Pollution of all types has been posing several health problems to people, especially those living in urban areas where the pollution is higher. The problem includes thinning of hair and hairfall which is quite alarming. Presence of chemical pollutants in the air and ...

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Ace the art of redefining small eyes

Large eyes add to the beauty of a face — but what of those who have been gifted by nature with small eyes? Makeup artist Aashmeen Munjaal and Aakriti Kochar, Beauty and Makeup Expert at Oriflame India, share some steps to redefine small eyes without any hassle. Eyeliner on Top: Well, first and foremost, put eyeliner on the top lid. Make ...

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Palestinians share appetite for traditional food

For a people struggling to establish their own state, traditional food is an important part of the national heritage, and for Palestinians in the West Bank that goes well beyond the standard hummus (chickpea paste). In Hebron, a biblical town in the Israeli-occupied territory, Eyad Abu Seena runs his family’s qedra shop, where potted meat bakes over rice in an ...

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Kay Kraft’s Eid Collection

Kay Kraft has come up with all new designs for the upcoming Eid. The wardrobe comprises of saris, salwar kameez suits, panjabis, kurtis, shirts, T-shirts, et al. There is a children’s line as well. Moreover, you should also check out their collection of home décor items. Combining modern designs with comfort, designs include ‘Art Work’ and ‘Art Nouveau’ motifs. Keeping ...

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Healthy food for sparkling eyes

Beautiful, sparkling eyes attract everyone towards them. After all, they’re the window to the soul. Eyes are the most expressive and attractive feature of your face with which you see the world around you and identify familiar and strange things. They’re the best mode to connect with people.   Promote eye health by eating your way to good eyesight and ...

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Beauty Tips: How to get rid of acne

Acne may affect the face, neck, chest and back. It occurs in both males and females. However, they can be treated easily with proper care of your skin. Know the causes to prevent them first. If the problem is already troubling you, get rid of them with the right treatment.   What causes acne   Puberty: Hormonal changes in teenage ...

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Stun and sizzle in braids and curls!

Are you blessed with long hair? If you are, may be you don’t have to do much, but wearing the right hairdo can change the way you look and enhance your beauty. So, check out some beautiful hairstyles that can correct your face shapes and structures. Some hairstyles  can make you look real fresh, chic and trendy.   From soft ...

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In the ruins of an Iraqi city, memories of Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie lived here once, but only memories remain of the time the world’s best-selling fiction writer spent among the ruins of the ancient Iraqi city of Nimrud. The mud-brick house where the British author of “Murder on the Orient Express” once stayed is long gone. If she were alive today, she would probably be shocked by what has befallen ...

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