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What Is Bulletproof Coffee And How It Can Make You Lose Weight?

This drink, created by Dave Asprey has taken the world. Hundreds of people post pictures of this drink every day over social media and boast about their weight loss regime. Coffee has almost become an indispensable part of one’s daily routine in the modern era. From students pulling all nighters …

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Now Onwards, Passport Won’t Work As Address Proof Anymore, Some To Turn Orange

The last page of the Indian passport includes names of the father or legal guardian, mother, spouse, and address. Passports will soon stop serving as valid proof of address, with the foreign ministry announcing that the last page will not be printed anymore. A new series of passports are being …

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‘No Need To Share Aadhaar Number With Any Government Agencies’

Citizens will have the choice to never disclose their 12-digit Aadhaar number even to government agencies mandated by the law to store the unique identity number, according to a top official in the central agency which announced a series of measures to strengthen the security of personal information stored on …

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From Biriyani to Appam, This Artist’s Miniature Dishes Will Make You Hungry!

What had begun as an unlikely pursuit of making a pair of burger earrings for herself seven years ago opened the doors to a very interesting career. In 2014, a Youtube channel by the name ‘Miniature Space’ paved the way for a fanatical trend of miniature food to emerge in …

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‘I’m A Mother Against Bullying And I Want Others To Join My Protest’

Most children, even when they have not faced any direct aggressive communal bullying, will identify with such repetitive comments. Dear fellow Indian mothers, I believe no mother asks her child to hate another child. So it was disturbing and shocking when Zareen told me, “My little one is only six-and-a-half …

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Even Kids Are Bullied For Being Muslims In Elite Indian Schools

Many Muslim kids have become targets of Islamophobia and nationalism in their classrooms and playgrounds and it’s a worrying trend. The year was 2014 and as a new mother I felt the need to reach out to my counterparts. I was unprepared for what lay ahead. The stories that tumbled …

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Fishy Tale As Olympic Venues Like Gangneung Oval Face Uncertain Future

Thousands of fans will pack the futuristic Gangneung Oval for the Olympic speed skating competition next month. But afterwards, one suggestion is for the cavernous steel-grey structure to store frozen fish. No definitive future use has been identified for the $120 million building on South Korea’s east coast, one of …

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Why ATMs Are Dying In Cash-Obsessed India?

The ATM industry in India, where a large portion of the population is still struggling for banking facilities, may be in a rut. Up to 1,782 ATMs across the country were shut down between May and November 2017, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) data show. This is the first time …

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All That Is Wrong With The Proposed National Medical Commission Bill

On Tuesday the 2nd of January 2018, thousands of doctors from across the country joined the heated protest against the proposed National Medical Commission (NMC) bill. The bill was brought forth with the aim of replacing the Medical Council of India (MCI), which is mired in severe allegations of corruption, …

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Blinded By Pellets In Kashmir, ‘Insha Mushtashaq’ A Bravehear Girl Passes Her Class 10 Exams

Insha Mushtaq was one of the youngest victims to have been blinded by the pellet guns used against protesters in Kashmir Valley, has passed her board exams on Tuesday. Insha lost her eyesight after she was hit by hundreds of pellets, mostly on her face, after she opened a window …

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