Bye Bye, Dark Underarms

Bye Bye, Dark Underarms

Do you steer clear of sleeveless clothes to hide your dark underarms? You don’t need to worry any more as there are many home remedies to lighten underarms. But you should also take a few precautions for a hygienic lifestyle. Do not rely on excessive usage of hair removing creams or deodorants that contain alcohol. Cover your skin before you step out as exposures to ultra-violet rays are harmful for your skin. Besides, it is also important to get rid of dead skin cells. Apples: Scrub mashed apple to your armpits to get rid of dark spots and odor. The fruits

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LeEco Calls Off $2-Bn Acquisition Of Vizio

LEECO has scrapped a planned $2 billion acquisition of US consumer electronics company Vizio due to regulatory issues, a fresh setback to the cash-strapped Chinese conglomerate’s expansion drive. The deal was first announced in July, with LeEco agreeing to acquire the Irvine-based manufacturer of LCD/LED flat panel Tvs. A LeEco representative cited a “Chinese policy factor” for abandoning the proposal, but declined to provide further details. LeEco, one of China’s most ambitious companies that grew from a Netflix-like video website to a business empire spanning consumer eletronics to cars within 13 years, is struggling to meet its ambitious that include

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Interesting Facts About Dinosaurs

Here are some interesting facts about Dinosaurs: The word Dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means “terrible lizard”. The word was coined by English paleontologist Richard Owen in 1842 and was meant to refer to dinosaurs impressive size rather than their scary appearance. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for over 160 million years, from the Triassic period around 230 million years ago through the Jurassic period and until the end of the Cretaceous period around 65 million years ago. The first Dinosaur to be formally named was the Megalosaurus, back in 1824. Rather than being carnivores (meat eaters), the largest

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Can Human Live On Mars? Is It Safe?

The vision for space exploration opens the door for NASA to find out. Researchers on Earth are using several experiments aboard the International space station to study health and safety issues. ALMA will be the world’s most powerful telescope for studying the universe of sub milli-metre and milli-metre wavelengths, on the boundary between infrared light and the longer radio waves. However, ALMA does not resemble many people’s image of gaint telescope. It does not use the shiny, reflective mirrors of visible and infrared-light telescopes; it is comprised of many “antennas” that look like large metallic satellite dishes. According to NASA,

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Scientists Have Been Able To Create A Brain Pacemaker

According to the World Alzheimer report, there were 46.8 million cases of dementia, with the economic cost of the disease being $818 billion, i.e, 1.09% of the global GDP. But what is scary is that this is expected to double every 20 years. With demographic aging playing its part in economics like India and China, the total population with dementia is expected to increase to 131.5 million in 2050. although there have been no drugs to prevent dementia, scientists may have found a cure to save some of your memory if not all. A research led by the University of

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AI Robots Picking Up Sexist, Racial Bias From Humans

    Artificial Intelligent robots and devices are being taught to be racist, sexist and otherwise prejudiced by learning from humans, according to new research. A massive study of millions of words on-line looked at how closely different terms were to each other in the text- the same way that automatic translators use “machine learning” to establish what language means. Some of the results were stunning. The researches found male names were more closely associated with career-related terms than female ones, which were more closely associated words related to the family. This link was stronger than the non-controversial findings that

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A Tunnel At The End Of Tunnel

  AN EMBATTLED SHARIF WILL LOSE THE LEVERAGE HE HAS OVER FOREIGN POLICY AND CEDE GROUND THE ARMY. The contrast between contemporary INDIA and PAKISTAN could not be starker. There is a new government in New Delhi led by a strong political figure, promising the country better days through ambitious design, better execution of projects and regional connectivity Narendra Modi’s critics wonder if the results will match the rhetoric, they worry about institutions and minorities but few doubt his commitments to a development agenda. The Pakistan political class , on the other hand, seems to live in a parallel universe,

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Ways Your Heart & Mind Fall In Love, As Per Your Zodiac Sign

ARIES What your heart feels: The pursuit was fun yet I feel as though I’ve at long last found the one I can go through a lifetime with. What your mind considers: They’re never going to have the capacity to stay aware of me and will get exhausted. TAURUS What your heart feels: I feel as though I can impart everything to them, and that they welcome me and all that I bring to the table. What your mind considers: I better test them more to check whether I can truly put stock in them. I would prefer not to

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Religion Is Not A Community To Be Controlled Or Sold – Part II

Helmer Juul Nissen, a Danish history teacher in Thailand, once told me it was important to have religion as a subject. This helps moving mythology and stories on beliefs into different space. This leaves historical facts and dates, the cause and effects of incidents, the politics of rulers and governments, all within the subject of history. This would also mean religion would cover sufficient information on different faiths, students, importantly, would be more informed on similar values and how compassion and paths are interpreted by each faith. This explain why most democracies have worked to segregate the two- be it

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World’s Largest Solar Telescope Plan Clears Green Hurdles

India’s much awaited largest solar telescope, proposed at Merak village in shore of Pangong lake in Jammu &Kashmir’s Ladakh region, has cleared the green hurdle with the union environment ministry’s National Board of WildLife (NBWL) giving its nod to the project. The indigenous National Large Solar Telescope (NLST) is considered as one of world’s most powerful solar telescope facilities with a capability to do both day and night astronomy. It would also fill the longitude gap between Japan and Europe. Citing its scientific utility, the board recently approved, diversion of 7.60 hectares of forestland from Changthang cold desert wildlife sanctuary

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