Delhi University announces admission dates, online process to start from May 22

Delhi University announces admission dates, online process to start from May 22

Delhi University will start the online registration process for admissions to around 54,000 seats in undergraduate courses from May 22. The university is starting the online registration process almost two weeks ahead of its usual schedule for courses in which admission is based on cut-off. The last date to fill the admission form has not been finalized yet. “Students can start filling the online registration form from May 22. As we are starting the registration earlier, students will have enough time to get their certificates and other documents in place,”…

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From Alia Bhatt to Sridevi: Who wore what at Justin Bieber’s concert

From Alia Bhatt to Sridevi: Who wore what at Justin Bieber’s concert

Bollywood stars at Justin Bieber’s concert   Canadian pop-star, Justin Bieber landed in Mumbai on Wednesday to perform for the very first time in India. The 23-year-old singer took centre-stage at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, which saw a bunch of Bollywood stars to relish the event. From Alia Bhatt working denim on denim look to Sridevi keeping it chic in a flowy maxi dress, here are the best-dressed celebrities who stunned us at the concert. (Photograph by: Prathamesh Bandekar) Alia Bhatt   Alia Bhatt kept it cool in denim…

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Facebook to Pull Messaging Support From Older Versions of Its Apps

Facebook to Pull Messaging Support From Older Versions of Its Apps

Messaging support for older versions of the Facebook and Messenger apps will soon be pulled – specifically, by the end of March. This gives people using older versions of the apps very little time to update. Affected versions include v55 of the Facebook app and v10 of Messenger on Android. Further, it will also stop support for Facebook on Windows Phone. The social media giant said that its team spends countless hours making the platform best. “One of the ways we continue to improve is by consistently introducing rich features,…

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Get Back Your Data From Empty Recycle Bin

Get Back Your Data From Empty Recycle Bin

In this technical era, every person is using laptop or tablet or computer. Purpose for using this device is different but it has become mandatory part of life for many people. People cannot assume their life without it. Their earning and living style totally depends on it. As it is important part of people life, then there is also chance that they have store their important and vital information and data in it. Amount of storing and saving data is different from person to person. Some have information in GBs…

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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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Work from Home Culture Could Be More Stressful, Leading to Insomnia

Work from Home Culture Could Be More Stressful, Leading to Insomnia

Daily work life is tough; battling traffic to meeting deadlines, it is a constant struggle. And the work only seems to pile up because there are just so many distractions at office due to discussions with colleagues, meetings and what not. At times like these most of us wish desperately for a work from home flexibility. It just seems a more productive way to make use of time. Working from home surely has its benefits, as you can plan your day, work in silence and make sure deadlines are met…

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Drinking Water From Plastic Bottles During Pregnancy May Harm Your Baby

Drinking Water From Plastic Bottles During Pregnancy May Harm Your Baby

Pregnancy is a special moment in everyone’s family. There’s nothing like the joy of having a baby. But it is also the time for the pregnant woman to be very mindful of what to eat and drink. There are various factors that can affect the development process of your baby if you are not careful, leading to the onset of future diseases as well. It is no hidden fact that almost everything we eat and drink today come loaded with chemicals, and on top of that we also stay in…

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6 Everyday Ayurvedic Herbs That May Protect You From the Risk of Cancer

6 Everyday Ayurvedic Herbs That May Protect You From the Risk of Cancer

The world is battling cancer which has become a growing menace. Oral cavity and lung cancer in males and cervix and breast cancer in females account for more than 50% of all cancer deaths in India. While experts have been looking for preventive measures and cures in the field of science, a lot of people are turning to Ayurveda for answers and solutions. Ayurveda originated in India more than 5000 years ago but modern science and allopathy now believe in its principle and more and more research is being directed…

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Grapes may shield you from Alzheimer’s

Grapes may shield you from Alzheimer’s

Eating grapes daily can help protect the brain against early decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease, show results of a pilot study involving people with early memory decline. Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disease that results in a slow decline of memory and cognitive skills. “The study examines the impact of grapes as a whole fruit versus isolated compounds and the results suggest that regular intake of grapes may provide a protective effect against early decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease,” said lead investigator of the study Daniel Silverman from University of…

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World Cancer Day: 6 Everyday Ayurvedic Herbs That May Protect You From the Risk of Cancer

World Cancer Day: 6 Everyday Ayurvedic Herbs That May Protect You From the Risk of Cancer

Ayurveda originated in India more than 5000 years ago but modern science and allopathy now believe in its principle and more and more research is being directed towards ancient herbs and natural therapies. A lot of health centers and universities are integrating Ayurveda into their programmes to combat the ever increasing load of non-communicable diseases. All medical practitioners believe that prevention is better than cure and Ayurveda provides the path to a healthy lifestyle. Ayurveda sees health as a perfect balance between mind, body and consciousness. To achieve this it…

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