Know These Flower Decoration Tips For Your Home

Know These Flower Decoration Tips For Your Home

Flower decoration for your home is an age-old idea, probable one of the oldest home decorating ideas of all. So flower arrangement ideas are not something that has sprung out of nowhere into the forefront. However, contemporary flower arrangements are different from their ancient counterparts and are changing swiftly even as you read. If you have set your eyes upon a floral home decor to give your home a face lift then you are in need of some fresh flower arrangement ideas.Here are some flower decoration ideas for your home….

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Beat Menstrual Disorder by Practicing Yoga Regularly: Study

Beat Menstrual Disorder by Practicing Yoga Regularly: Study

While every woman responds differently to the monthly cycle of menstruation, most will agree on the fact that it isn’t quite a pleasant experience. Some women are able breeze through those otherwise dreadful 5 days, while others may feel their life coming to a standstill. Dysmenorrhea, or sever menstrual pain interferes with a woman’s regular routine and can also make her feel excessively ill. It may come accompanied with cramping, bloating, lower back pain, heavy bleeding, fatigue, and of course, intolerable pain. Research explains that for some women the pain…

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Facebook Messenger Lite Now Available in 132 More Countries; Not Yet in India

Facebook Messenger Lite Now Available in 132 More Countries; Not Yet in India

Facebook on Thursday announced the global expansion of the light version of Messenger, an Android-only app launched last year. The Facebook Messenger Lite app is now available in 132 more countries, catering to users that utilise smartphones with low processing power, memory, and bandwidth. This app is ideal for such an audience, and Facebook looks to bring them onto the social chat platform with the expansion in these countries. Additional countries include Germany, Colombia, Italy, Vietnam, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan, and the Netherlands, among others. The news…

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Travel industry needs to understand pressure for border controls

Travel industry needs to understand pressure for border controls

Former UK prime minister David Cameron delivered an uncompromising message to the World Travel & Tourism Council Summit in Bangkok on Wednesday. Cameron told global travel leaders: “Your industry needs to understand the vast pressure on governments to deal with immigration.” He said: “We need to ensure people continue to travel, but also have proper border controls & better technology. “Do not underestimate the concerns voters have, and politicians have on their behalf, about the ability of terrorists to travel. “You have to accept you’re going to see greater use…

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Under Cover Fashions New Dress Code

Under Cover Fashions New Dress Code

Finally, summer is in sight. Savvy shoppers will want to stock up on sunscreen, rosé and, perhaps most important, a new warm-weather frock of two. A good dress invites the kind of free-spirited ease that one craves as temperatures rise. And this season the news is not about showing off skin or playing into preconceived notions of femininity. In fact, as the Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman wrote this month, a covered-up look may just be the defining style of this decade, with more and more women eschewing miniskirts and strapless dresses for…

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Zafar Ansari retires to pursue career outside of cricket

Zafar Ansari retires to pursue career outside of cricket

Zafar Ansari has retired from cricket in order to pursue a career in the legal profession, just four months after playing his third and final test for England. Ansari’s retirement comes as a surprise even though he never hid the fact that cricket was always only “just one part of my life”. His academic achievements – he has a double first in politics, philosophy and sociology from Cambridge University and a Master’s degree in history from Royal Holloway – offer him plenty of opportunities outside of bowling left-arm spin. He endured a tough…

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How Trump’s tax proposal could impact his own business empire

How Trump’s tax proposal could impact his own business empire

The Trump administration unveiled their proposal to overhaul the tax code on April 26, outlining sharply lower tax rates but fewer tax breaks. (Video: Jenny Starrs/Photo: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) By Drew Harwell and Jonathan O’Connell April 26 at 6:17 PM President Trump’s massive tax-cut proposal would slash taxes on hundreds of businesses he and his family own. The White House on Wednesday unveiled a proposal that would cut the top tax rate for corporations, as well as entities known as pass-through businesses, to 15 percent. That could prove to…

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7 Effective Ways to Cure Water Retention This Summer

7 Effective Ways to Cure Water Retention This Summer

Water retention is one of the most common problems found in men and women and is a recurring health problem if not treated well. The reasons for water retention can be way more than one and if not treated, it can put you at a bigger health risk in the long run. Water forms up to 70 percent of the total body weight. Its presence is everywhere including your muscles, blood, organs and even your bones. However, when the body starts retaining more water than required, it leads to edema…

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WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter in List of Apps Banned in Jammu and Kashmir for One Month

WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter in List of Apps Banned in Jammu and Kashmir for One Month

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday banned all social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp for one month in the Valley in order to prevent “anti-national and anti-social elements” from spreading “inflammatory messages”. Mobile Internet services have remained suspended in the Valley since April 19 following widespread students’ unrest. The Home Department order, written by R.K. Goyal, Principal Secretary to Government, in this regard read: “On careful examination of all relevant factors, it is observed that the use of social media platforms, which are being misused by anti-national…

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Asians Minimalist Aesthetics at Taiwanese Apartment by 2BOOKS Design

Asians Minimalist Aesthetics at Taiwanese Apartment by 2BOOKS Design

Contemporary Taiwanese apartment for a young family designed by 2BOOKS design studio and sustained in fresh, spacious language with Asians minimalist aesthetics and extensive concrete work. Thanks to the light organic materials palate that includes juxtaposition between the row concrete structures and the warm, clean feeling introduced by the light timber and oak additions space emanate fresh, free sensations with a modern edge and welcoming homey touch. The main living premises include kitchen zone, living room, dining area and separated by transparent glass walls the children play zone. Custom made…

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