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5 watt dynamic speaker claimed to enhances user’s music experience.But now, Cobalt Blue and Graphite Gold colour options,the support will be given to the most unfortunate,said police inspectorJJ Dhandhal The formal adoption procedure was carried out on Thursday The school is located only a km from Kuwadwa police station We will keep visiting them (the adopted students) regularly I am sure it will be a good break for all of us too? said writer Heerbhai at the police station For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhite House OSTP director and NOAA head now officially in place with late vote today; Senator Jay Rockefeller chair of the Commerce Committee pleased No word yet on how the alleged hold by Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey (D–NJ) was broken The only major science positions left to fill in Obama’s administration are NASA head and NIH directorBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: March 11 2017 3:52 pm Play with colours without worrying (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Ensure wearing clothes that cover most your skin and avoid sitting in the sun if you’re full of colour suggests an expert ahead of Holi which falls on March 13 Traditionally colours were made from flowers But with time harsh chemicals and dyes have replaced these natural ingredients To make sure that it doesn’t damage your skin or hair here are some tips by Karuna Malhotra Cosmetologist from Cosmetic Skin and Homeo Clinic: ALSO READ |Holi celebrations 2017: Here’s how the country is gearing up for the festival of colours * Stay hydrated drink water juices and liquid Dehydration causes your skin to dry and combined with harsh chemicals the colour might seep into your skin * You should oil your hair well before you start playing Coconut oil and olive oil are fine options to protect your hair from harsh colors ALSO READ |Here’s how to celebrate this Holi in a healthy way * Also apply some oil behind your ears ear lobes and nails as these are points were the colour easily settles * Avoid sitting in the hot sun with the colours still on your face or body after playing Holi especially if you have used chemical-based colours This makes the colours stronger and difficult to wash off Sit in a shade even if you are outdoors See what else is making news in lifestyle here * Use more of red or pink colours which can easily be taken off Gaudy ones like purple green yellow and orange have more harmful chemicals in them and should be avoided * Don’t forget to wear waterproof sunscreen before you step out for a day in the sun atleast SPF 30 or more * Wear clothes that cover most of your body Avoid heavy fabrics like denim that don’t dry easily * Cover your head with a thick scarf or bandana * Don’t wear lenses when you go out to play While Holi colours cause irritability lenses have a tendency to absorb the colour thereby making things worse Wear glasses and keep wiping them clean from time to time Tips on removing colour afterwards: * Hair should be deep conditioned after the wash Make sure your hair is clean Apply hair mask after two to three days to cure the damage * Cleaning the skin and hair after playing with colours is very important Do not rub the skin vigorously with soaps to wipe the face of gulal instead opt for a cleanser Follow this up with lots of moisturizer especially ones that are meant for sensitive skin * Avoid scraping off colours with your finger nails as they will leave unpleasant marks Gently apply a granular scrub on the body and face to get rid of the colours * Do not bleach shave wax or go for facial or clean ups the following week Give your skin and body some time to recover from the damage * Avoid using kerosene petrol and spirits to remove stains as they will make your skin dry Rejuvenate your skin with a mixture of sea salt glycerine and a few drops of aroma oil which have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | United Nations | Published: September 22 2012 2:09 pm Related News Aishwarya Rai Bachchan recited the Sanskrit mantra ‘Om Shanti’ to convey her message of peace at the United Nationswhere she addressed students and urged them to set aside their egos and individual desires to find peace within themselves Bachchan38visited the UN headquarters here yesterdayparticipating in the world body’s annual ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Peace It was a packed day for Bachchan who met UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and UN Messengers of Peace actor Michael DouglasBritish anthropologist Jane GoodallJewish-American writer and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel and American actress and singer Monique Coleman She later participated in a panel discussion attended by students from across the country on the theme of ‘Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future’ Bachchan also has meetings lined up next week with Executive Director of UNAIDS Michel Sidibe Addressing the large gathering of studentsBachchan said she herself felt like a “student” as she begins her association with the UN which could see her working with the world body on pressing issues of health and AIDS “This experiencemy journey beginning today with the United Nations is quite a learning curve for me” she said in her remarks to the students and members of civil society “I am a great believer in the UN because uniting for a better world is what we all are very passionate about here Unity takes couragecommitment and leadership” she said Sharing a lesson she learnt from her fatherBachchan urged students to let go of their egos and and recognise “that it is about we and us and not I” “We need to cut out our wantsdesiresbasic ambition to try and override each other and expand power Only then we will be able to find our peace” she said She concluded her address with the Sanskrit shloka ‘Om Shanti’ noting that peace is not just a word but a “divine manifestation which we have to give birth to within ourselves” Referring to the menace of war and weaponsBachchan said it is hard for her to imagine that young people think of making a weapon which could destroy nations and generations “In mankind’s bid to work on our defenses with each otherwe are encouraging misguided genius This is something we really need to be thinking about” she said Earlier Bachchan joined BanDouglas and other UN dignitaries to commemorate the International Peace Daydescribing the occasion as an “absolute honour” The International Day of Peace is observed around the world on September 21 The ceremony was held at the Rose Garden early morning yesterday “It is an absolute honour to be here I am glad I have been able to participate because it truly is an honour and I am looking forward to the whole experience” Bachchan said after the brief ceremony Bachchan said she was glad to be able to contribute in sending out a powerful message of peace For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: September 11 2015 5:42 pm The bacterial community in the human gut has been referred to as an extra organ because of its important role in an individuals’ health Top News Bacteria living in your gut may impact your weight fat and good cholesterol levels all necessary to help maintain a healthy heart new research indicates The study provides new evidence that microbes in the gut are strongly linked to the blood level of HDL (good cholesterol) and Triglycerides “Gut bacteria may be added as a new risk factor for abnormal blood lipids in addition to age gender Body Mass Index (BMI) and genetics” said Jingyuan Fu Associate Professor of Genetics at University Medical Centre in Groningen Netherlands Share This Article Related Article Using state-of-the-art deep sequencing technology researchers studied the association between gut microbes and blood lipid levels in 893 people in the Netherlands They identified 34 different types of bacteria that contributed to differences in body fat (BMI) and blood Lipids such as Triglycerides and the good cholesterol known as high-density Lipoprotein or HDL Bacteria in the gut contributed to 46 percent of the difference in body fat six percent in Triglycerides and four percent in HDL “Surprisingly gut bacteria had little relationship with bad cholesterol (low-density Lipoproteins or LDL ) or total cholesterol levels” Fu noted Microbes and humans have a symbiotic relationship The human body contains trillions of microorganisms 10 times the number of human cells These microbes help us to digest food and train our immune systems The bacterial community in the human gut has been referred to as an extra organ because of its important role in an individuals’ health “As less than 30 percent of bacteria in the human gut have been cultured we know very little about who they are and what they do With state-of-art deep sequencing technology we are now able to identify them” Fu explained The findings may open the door to new therapies to alter the gut bacteria types that contribute to body weight fat and cholesterol levels to help aid in the prevention of heart disease The paper appeared in Circulation Research an American Heart Association journal For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News10 primary school students have been adopted by the Kuwadwa police station in Rajkot on Thursday.The turnover of these firms, which enables them to consume content from all over the world and familiarise themselves with what constitutes a modern way of living.today said he was free to apply for it now and the system will take its course, please visit www. and is lodged in Pune jail.
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