Olenna Tyrell revealed a big secret she’d kept since season 4 on ‘Game of Thrones’

Olenna Tyrell revealed a big secret she’d kept since season 4 on ‘Game of Thrones’

Warning: Major spoilers for those who have not season “Game of Thrones” season 7 episode 3. A piece of information that Olenna Tyrell had kept a secret since season four on “Game of Thrones” was revealed Sunday night. In a shocking twist at the end of the episode, Highgarden is conquered by the Lannister army headed up by Jaime Lannister. As the battle quiets down, Jaime finds Olenna Tyrell, and the two have a brief conversation about the battle, and Cersei. Olenna then asks Jaime very casually how she’ll be…

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Coconut oil: are the health benefits a big fat lie?

Coconut oil: are the health benefits a big fat lie?

Is coconut oil ‘the little black dress of wellbeing’? Photograph: Alamy It wasn’t that long ago that the closest most Britons got to a coconut was at the fairground or on the inside of a Bounty bar. Yet in the past three years, this hard, hairy drupe (that’s the official term) of the coconut palm tree has emerged as the latest “superfood” extolled by celebrities and health food shops for its nutritional, healing and mind-enhancing powers. Aisles of health food shops are packed with bags of flour, snacks, milk, sugar…

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Big Data Is a Big Deal for Career Opportunities

Big Data Is a Big Deal for Career Opportunities

What if there was one skill set you could acquire that would help you secure a new job across every industry and in almost any occupation? Companies are screaming for employees with talent in this field and it doesn’t (yet) require a four-year degree. What is it? Data science and analytics, or DSA. Data science is the study of data. It requires an understanding of mathematics (especially statistics) and may also require familiarity with information from machine learning, how to mine data or visualizing data. The interesting thing about DSA…

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Aust helping India’s big education dream

Aust helping India’s big education dream

  Over the next five years, India has an ambitious goal to educate a cohort of people which is 16 times the size of Australia’s entire population. Both countries see enormous potential for Australian universities and its training sector in helping India upskill 400 million people. Already Australia is the second most popular destination for Indian students, behind the United States, with more than 60,000 studying down under in 2016. A large delegation of education representatives, led by Education Minister Simon Birmingham, is in New Delhi this week to look…

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From shiny leather to flying fur: 6 big fashion takeaways from Paris Fashion Week

From shiny leather to flying fur: 6 big fashion takeaways from Paris Fashion Week

A creation of Indian designer Manish Arora on display during Fashion Week in Paris on Thursday. (Reuters) As the Paris Fashion Week autumn-winter shows reach their conclusion, we look at the biggest womenswear trends so far on the catwalk: Mad hatters A model presents a creation by French designer Johanna Senyk as part of her Fall/Winter 2017-2018 women’s ready-to-wear collection for the label Wanda Nylon during Fashion Week in Paris. (Reuters) Paris has fallen head over heels for hats. This week has seen an unprecedented sprouting of headwear on the…

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“Today’s big wins are tomorrow’s failures”

“Today’s big wins are tomorrow’s failures”

Managing work-life balance I love what I do. So I don’t typically consider it ‘work’ as much as a learning experience. My family and kids are my stress busters. I believe the health of your personal life is directly proportional to the productivity of your professional life. Being a fit man I love cycling and adventure sports, and try my best to maintain a healthy diet. I’m also a gadget freak and love to experiment with wearable technology. Energy high and happiness We have built a successful global mobile tech…

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What is a Superfood and Which is The Next Big One?

What is a Superfood and Which is The Next Big One?

  We hear about new superfoods every day. A miracle food for weight loss, hair strength or even degenerative diseases. But what actually are these superfoods? And are they really offering the punch they claim? “Superfoods are whole foods that supply an abundance of nourishing natural vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, amino acids, plant enzymes, antioxidants and phyto-nutrients.” So we can easily claim that superfoods are the superstars to keep your health in its optimum state. However, it would be wrong to generalize. A particular food might be excellent for my…

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global Yoga Day: the big apple Celebrates Yoga Day with ‘thoughts Over insanity’

global Yoga Day: the big apple Celebrates Yoga Day with ‘thoughts Over insanity’

as the NASDAQ was zooming up sixty nine factors on microsecond transactions at eleven a.m. on Monday, outdoor in front of the inventory trade building on times rectangular, peace and calm wafted a few of the lots of yoga enthusiasts celebrating the worldwide Yoga Day an afternoon early to coincide with the summer time Solstice.Rashmi Galliano of the vital Yoga Institute, who led the eleven a.m. yoga session, told IANS the day’s significance turned into showing how yoga changed into bringing “peace and easea into the lives of the brand…

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Lyft Is Gaining on Uber in the US as It Spends Big for Growth

Lyft Is Gaining on Uber in the US as It Spends Big for Growth

Visit many of America’s top landmarks, and amid the crowds of tourists, you’ll find hip, young people in pink, mustache T-shirts. This small army, spread across 20 of the largest US cities, has been out in full force since late last year, handing out $50 Lyft ride vouchers to anyone passing by. For those who happen to miss the street teams, Lyft Inc. has been running giant billboards in Times Square and on bus stops around the country. Once a customer signs up, the company keeps them coming back by…

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With the iPhone SE, Apple Hopes Small Is Big Again

With the iPhone SE, Apple Hopes Small Is Big Again

Apple Inc on Monday launched its least expensive iPhone, the $399 (roughly Rs. 27,000) iPhone SE (Pictures), filling a hole in its product lineup with a small-screen model that targets new customers in emerging markets and fans of smaller phones as the company tries to reverse falling phone sales. The low-key launch, held at the technology company’s Cupertino, California campus rather than its traditional splash at a much larger venue in San Francisco, did not wow tech experts or investors. But the new mid-range model was seen as necessary to…

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