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    Blogging: Aglstyle

Blogging: Aglstyle

January Edition, Fashion, Net Bureau A business graduate from Middlesex University Dubai, Abigail started blogging during her university days and has been blogging on fashion under the name AglStyle from

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    Summer & Salt of the Hills

Summer & Salt of the Hills

January Edition, Music, Net Bureau, Nayanjyoti Medhi Meet Summersalt, the folk fusioners from Shillong of Rock On 2 fame, currently taking India by a storm. Mainstays of the traditional scene

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    Life Expectancy Study Shows Many Likely to Live Beyond 90 by 2030

Life Expectancy Study Shows Many Likely to Live Beyond 90 by 2030

Average life expectancy will rise in many countries by 2030, breaking through 90 years in some places, and policymakers need to make more efforts to plan for it, according to

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    Guwahati Comes Out for LGBT Rights

Guwahati Comes Out for LGBT Rights

NET Bureau The fourth edition of Queer Pride, Guwahati took place on Sunday near Dighalipukhuri in the city. Dressed in colours of the rainbow, a large section of the LGBT

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    Our Oldest Known Ancestor Had a Huge Mouth and No Anus

Our Oldest Known Ancestor Had a Huge Mouth and No Anus

A microscopic, bag-like sea creature with a large mouth and no anus, which lived about 540 million years ago, could be our earliest known ancestor, say researchers. Named Saccorhytus, after

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    Design Dreams

Design Dreams

  December Edition, Career, Dinesh Lahoti If Art and Creativity is what you love, a career in design is what you need to look for. The most beautiful thing in

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‘Assam’s Rice Wine Qualifies for GI Registration’

  ‘Assam’s Rice Wine Qualifies for GI Registration’

By K.S. Jayaraman The “Judima” traditional rice wine, a popular alcoholic beverage of Assam’s Dimasa tribe — and an integral

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Spanish Team Creates Proper Human Skin with 3D Printing

  Spanish Team Creates Proper Human Skin with 3D Printing

Using the 3D-printing technology, a team of Spanish scientists has for the first time created proper human skin that can

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Ravinder Singh – The Accidental Author

  Ravinder Singh – The Accidental Author

December Edition, Literature, NET Bureau, Sayantani Deb His autobiographical debut novel “I too had a love story” published in 2008

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Flower Power

  Flower Power

December Edition, Special Story, NET Bureau, Sayantani Deb Located on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, 30 km away from

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World’s Richest 8 Men Own Same Wealth as Poorest Half: Study

  World’s Richest 8 Men Own Same Wealth as Poorest Half: Study

Eight richest men in the world own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest

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Serena Williams Announces Engagement with Alexis Ohanian

  Serena Williams Announces Engagement with Alexis Ohanian

Tennis superstar Serena Williams announced Thursday she is engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, breaking the news with a poem

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Cocktail of Diabetes, Hypertension Drugs May Kill Cancer Cells: Study

  Cocktail of Diabetes, Hypertension Drugs May Kill Cancer Cells: Study

A combination of a common diabetes medication and a drug for treating hypertension may effectively combat a wide range of

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2016: Top 10 Fake News Forwards That We (Almost) Believed

  2016: Top 10 Fake News Forwards That We (Almost) Believed

From currency to salt-very little escaped the reach of fake or fabricated news in 2016. Rumours spread from WhatsApp and

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Reviving Na Khowa, the Festival of Feasting in Assam

  Reviving Na Khowa, the Festival of Feasting in Assam

With the mercury dipping, people in Assam, particularly in the rural areas, are switching to celebration mode with the Na

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Why More People Die of Heart Disease Around Christmas

  Why More People Die of Heart Disease Around Christmas

Deaths related to heart disease go up around Christmas and they are not because of the cold winter season when

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Indian Women More Hooked to Smartphones Than Men: Report

  Indian Women More Hooked to Smartphones Than Men: Report

The time spent on smartphones has gone up considerably in the country, surpassing the time spent on any other media

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