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Essential Facts You Must Know Before Cooking In Olive Oil


From ruling the kitchens to taking over the cosmetic world, olive oil has emerged as the catchword for today’s health-conscious Indians. With exposure to international cuisines, Olive oil has made a special entry in the Indian household. Lauded for its health benefits, one blindly turns to it for all things related to food, ignoring crucial aspects such as the type and purpose of Olive oil being used.

By Somanjana Chowdhury/Travel/Recipes


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Explore Beyond The Usual Stockholm Basics In Gothenburg


If you’ve been to Sweden before and would like to explore the country beyond the usual Stockholm basics, then a visit to Gothenburg will be a great addition to your trip. It’s a long way to come for just 3 days, but if that’s all you can spare, then this 3-day suggested itinerary will be very useful. On your first day, take in a few of Gothernburg’ most famous attractions and get an introduction to its rich history. On the morning of Day 2, get set to experience the glories of Gothenburg. Your final day in the city can be spent on last-minute shopping and seeing those Gothenburg attractions that you haven’t yet had time for.

By PC Team/Travel/Where would you go


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Shakti Mohan Danced With Her Family


India’s favorite dancing star, Shakti Mohan is undoubtedly one of the finest dancers we have and to see her dance with her supremely talented sisters- Neeti, Mukti and Kriti is the icing on the cake! Shakti recently posted an adorable video of her entire family shaking a leg to their favorite song and it has won our hearts. Most memorable dance of my life with the entire family and on my dad’s favourite song “Nain lad jaye be manwa”.

By PC Team/Dance/inuth


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A Synergy Of Styles By The Ananda Shankar Centre For Performing Arts


The Ananda Shankar Centre for Performing Arts (ASCPA) mounted their new production ‘Oikatan’ at the Satyajit Ray Auditorium, Rabindranath Tagore Centre, ICCR, Kolkata, after a lapse of time, with financial support from Ministry Of Culture, Government Of India. A striking medley of eight individual pieces were garlanded with the delicacy and discipline by not only the Shankar technique of new age dance pioneered by Uday Shankar but also other forms set to the brilliant music of Ananda Shankar and other musicians offering a captivating imagery in the language of dance.

By Manali Nandy/Dance/The Hindu


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Suryamal Is A Place In The Mokhada Taluk In Thane


Suryamal is a place in the Mokhada taluk in Thane, which is situated at a distance of 85 km from Nashik and 120 km from Mumbai. The place offers you trekking spots and also a perfect location to catch the mother nature at her best. The hillock offers you some breathtaking views of the lush green mountains and valleys. The place is a tribal village and is untouched by modernization, which gives you a picture of rural life and their culture.

By PC Team/Travel/Native Planet


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Camps Are Extraordinary Approach To Investigate The Excellence Of Ladakh.


A decent approach to commend this lovely world is to camp, it intends to escape a long way from the madding group, to live under the open sky, and taste the experience of a lifetime. Outdoors in Ladakh, in the midst of the high Himalayas, is equal to reflection or thoughtfulness. The bewildering scenes of Ladakh make it well-suited for a sentimental outdoors goal. Spread out in a sensational frame, with rippling petition signals surrounding you, Ladakh summons a roaming love, a long ways from each conceivable occasion you have been on.

By PC Team/Travel/News Crab


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Impact Of Feet Hitting The Ground Opens Up Arteries And Increases Blood Flow


It is widely known that walking and running are good for our hearts. New research has also revealed pounding the pavements can improve long-term brain function. Experts believe the impact of the foot hitting the ground sends pressure waves through the arteries, significantly increasing the brain's blood supply. In the short term, this triggers the well-known release of endorphins, making people feel happy after a workout. But the new study suggests it may also help to improve brain function overall.

By PC Team/Fitness/Daily Mail


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Kuchipudi Dance Can Cure Many Illnesses


If some believe in colour therapy and a few others in music, then this city-based dancer believes a few minutes of practising Kuchipudi can provide relief to patients suffering from a number of mental and physical illnesses. A doctorate holder Surabhi Sarada has been researching on the therapeutic effects of Kuchipudi dance on people since the past few years. Ms. Sarada claims that her therapeutic dance helped patients of spondylitis, arthritis, obesity and other health conditions to a great extent. Her special dance sessions last anywhere from five minutes to an hour.

By Manali Nandy/Dance/The Hindu


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Use The NEAT Factor (Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) To Burn Calories


Even when you're not intentionally exercising, you're still expending energy, whether you're lying on the couch or sitting in a chair jiggling your legs. This so-called nonexercise activity thermogenesis, or NEAT, may be one factor that separates lean people from their heftier counterparts. For example, a man who sits in front of a screen most of the day (a computer at work and the television at night) burns far fewer calories during the day than one who works as a cashier and plays guitar during his leisure time even if neither one does any formal exercise.

By Syeda Saba/Fitness/harvard


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Haptic Sonar Glove Lets You Feel Things Underwater Remotely


This electronic glove uses sonar technology to let the wearer feel things underwater that he or she is not physically touching. When it detects an object in range, will provide haptic feedback to the user by hitting the fingertips with pulses of water. The closer the gloved hand gets to an object, the harder the jets pump water, letting the user know how close their hand is to the object.works by using a MaxBotix MB7066 ultrasonic device that sends information about the surrounding area to three motors via an Arduino Pro Mini.

By Puja/Technology/abcnews


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Sorbets To Cool You Down In Summer


To make popsicles, de-seed the fruit, juice it, add lime juice and pour it into moulds. Add some ginger as it's great for digestion. To make a sorbet, boil the orange juice, star anise and sugar. Freeze this and then whisk it now and then to break the ice crystals.

By Somanjana Chowdhury/Food/Recipes