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Make-up tips, skincare regime to achieve perfect party look

Look the best at your friend’s party with the right kind of make-up after the right skincare regime. Don’t forget to use a paraben free face wash and a skin toner before putting on an instant matte primer and a matte clay foundation, suggest experts. Experts have listed a regime: * Begin the day with a glass of water followed ...

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Flawless facial skin- no more soap please!

Look youthful and radiant, no matter your age or skin type. You can’t imagine all the damage you’re doing to your face if you are using soap containing loads of harsh chemicals. Your face is paying the price without making you realise. However, when you will come to know about it, it will be too late to repair the loss. ...

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Why 2018 will be a very special year for the NHS

This is a special year for the NHS – it marks its 70th birthday. So expect lots of anniversary events and stories celebrating the success of the health service over the past seven decades. The big day is on 5 July and word has it that the Chelsea Flower Show and the Wimbledon tennis championships will even be organising their ...

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Peers may influence how well type 1 diabetes is managed

How young people with type 1 diabetes relate to their peers may have important effects on how well they manage the disease and how distressing it is for them, a small study suggests. Peers can help teens and young adults accept their disease and follow their treatment plans, but youth who are too attuned to what their friends think of ...

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Iron overload drug might improve leukaemia treatment

Chemotherapy for one type of leukaemia could be improved by giving patients a drug currently used in the treatment of iron overload, new research has showed. Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is an aggressive cancer that stops healthy blood cell production. Chemotherapy is the standard treatment, but improvements are needed as the five-year survival rate in patients older than 60 is ...

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Blood test for multiple sclerosis comes closer

Researchers have found that multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease of the brain and spinal cord, can be detected by simply analysing blood samples. The current procedure for detection of the disease requires the invasive, often painful, process of collecting fluid from the brain and spine. The research identified two natural biomarker compounds, which have been linked to multiple sclerosis. The ...

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 Bengalis and British India

Fatema Miah : At the year ending of 2017, let’s take a step back and highlight BANGALIS. Our ethnicity  group Bangali, it was in the last century until Bangladesh made and Bangladeshi ethnicity confirmed in the recent past. Bengali was one ethnicity; on the British arrival to India, it was Bengal British empire walked in and throughout its rule in ...

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Midair collision: Training aircrafts crash in Cox’s Bazar

Two training aircrafts of Bangladesh Air Force crashed at Maheshkhali upazila in Cox’s Bazar in the evening on Wednesday (December 27) The midair collision took place at Telipara Putiabazar of Moheshkhali upazila at about 6:45 pm after two Yeak-130 type BAF training aircraft remained disconnected from the radar, said officials of the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). The two burning ...

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Muhith slams leftists, terms CPB ‘nonsense’

Finance Minister AMA Muhith has come down heavily on the leftist parties, particularity the Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB), for holding the siege program of Bangladesh Bank. Talking to the journalists at Bangladesh Secretariat on Wednesday (December 27), AMA Muhith said that the leftist parties played nonsense and childish role through holding the program. “The leftists are doing politics in ...

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Defense lawyers seek Khaleda’s acquitta

The defense lawyers of the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case filed against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia placed their closing arguments before the court on Wednesday (December 27) in presence of the BNP chief. They presented the arguments for the fourth consecutive day before the Special Judges Court-5, the makeshift court set up on the premises of Madrasa-e-Alia Dhaka in city’s ...

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