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A 'bright' sparks facial! 22.11.2017
A good facial is something that"s unanimously loved by all. But, a choc-a-block schedule often leaves you without the luxury of time to indulge in one. Fortunately, the beauty industry is brimming with new skin rejuvenating procedures — OxyBrite facials being one of them. Many international celebs like Kourtney Kardashian, Mandy Moore, Emmy Rossum, Victoria Beckham, Jessica Biel and Katy Perry are allegedly fans of this oxygen facial. Oxybrite facials are tailor-made, keeping the urban go-getters in mind. It is ideal for working professionals who wish to treat their skin to an impressive yet economical skin therapy that"s fuss-free and wouldn"t require you to come back for a series of sessions. This "zero downtime" facial is also said to target some of the most popular skin woes faced by working professionals in metropolitan cities.  The super facial treatment exfoliates, infuses, oxygenates and tightens the skin all under 30 minutes. A nutrient rich anti-aging or ...
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Dusty roads add to woes of residents on Florican Road 22.11.2017 Hindu: Home
We now face a huge pollution problem in the area, says a shop owner
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2 restaurants closed down after raids 22.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Health dept warns of action against water contamination
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Govt. unveils draft of law to regulate space sector 22.11.2017 Hindu: S & T
First bid in 50 years seeks to define & regulate activities as new players enter
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Athirappilly project: Mani for consensus 21.11.2017 Hindu: National
Says differences within LDF a hurdle
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Pakistan's Punjab Chief Minister invites Amarinder Singh to fight smog 21.11.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
Pakistan's Punjab province Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has invited his Indian counterpart Amarinder Singh to strike a "regional cooperation agreement" to tackle smog and pollution that has affected people on both sides of the border. In a letter written to Singh, Shehbaz said the people of both Pakistani and Indian Punjabs have been facing the problem of smog during the months of October and November. "It goes without saying that the smog has an adverse impact on health, especially on the old and the children; on agriculture in the form of delayed sowing of wheat and damage to potato and other crops and causes traffic accidents," said Shehbaz in the letter dated November 19. Shehbaz, 66, the younger brother of ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif, explained some of the causes of smog, including rice stubble burning. He also noted that the problem now affects Lahore, New Delhi and regions beyond the two cities in both countries. "I would like to invite you for entering into a regional cooperation ...
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‘By June 2018, you will be able to see Smart Cities’ 21.11.2017 Hindu: Interview
The Minister of State of Housing and Urban Affairs on building toilets, clearing pollution, and cleaning up real estate
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Japan team to study pollution 21.11.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
A visiting team of Japanese experts will prepare a report on the solid waste management and measures to control air pollution in the city and Warangal, as requested by the Telangana state government.
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At WTO, India to play hardball on peace clause 21.11.2017 HBL: Home
If ‘permanent solution’ is unsatisfactory, Indian team will insist on sticking to clause that protects country’s food programmes
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Bonn and off 21.11.2017 BusinessLine - Specials
The package presented at COP23 may sound good, but the crucial task of securing funding for developing countries fell flat, says M Ramesh
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Let’s join hands to tackle smog in Punjab: Shahbaz to Amarinder 21.11.2017 The Tribune
Lahore, November 21 Chief Minister of Pakistan’s Punjab province Shehbaz Sharif has written to his Indian counterpart Amarinder Singh and invited him to strike a “regional cooperation agreement” to tackle smog and pollution that has affected people on both sides, media reports said on Tuesday. In a letter dated November 19, Shehbaz said the people of both Pakistani and Indian Punjabs have been facing the problem of smog during the months of October and November, Dawn newspaper reported. “It goes without saying that the smog has an adverse impact on health, especially on the old and the children; on agriculture in the form of delayed sowing of wheat and damage to potato and other crops and causes traffic accidents,” said Shehbaz in the letter. Shehbaz, 66, the younger brother of ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, explained some of the causes of smog, including rice stubble burning. He also noted that the problem now affects Lahore, New Delhi and regions beyond the two cities in both ...
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Activists want Shishila Bhairapura-Mudigere four-laning dropped 21.11.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The proposed Shishila-Bhairapura four-laning will destroy flora and fauna of the Western Ghats section in the region, claimed Bhadra Wildlife Conservation Trust Managing Trustee D V Girish, environment and wildlife activists Shridev Hulikere and G Veeresh. The total distance of Ujire-Charmadi-Mudigere-Chikkamagaluru-Kaduru-Holalkere highway is 303 kilometres. LEA Associates South Asia, a private organisation, has prepared the blueprint for the four-lane connecting Mangaluru to Chitradurga through Bantwala-Nelyadi-Shishila-Bhairapura-Mudigere-Chikkamagaluru-Kaduru-Holalkere covering a distance of 357 kilometres. A preparatory meet in this regard has been convened at the DCs office. The proposal has mentioned that the widening of the existing Mudigere-Charmadi-Mangaluru road is not possible as the road is adjacent to a reserve forest. The proposed road will smoothen traffic and will also ease transportation of goods from Mangaluru Port. The Central Government proposes to construct the four-lane road ...
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Cold comfort 21.11.2017 HBL: Opinion
Bonn climate meet made minor advances, but the question of finance remained unresolved
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‘We look at how much an actor can surprise us’ 21.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Casting directors Abhishek Banerjee and Anmol Ahuja on hitting the sweet spot with Secret Superstar
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Delhi's air quality remains 'very poor' 21.11.2017 Latest News
Delhi Environment Minister has issued a slew of directions, including roadside spraying of water, mechanical sweeping and preventing burning of waste in the open to combat the rising pollution
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Shehbaz Sharif seeks help from Amarinder Singh to fight pollution 21.11.2017 national
Pakistan Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has invited Indian Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to enter a regional cooperation agreement to tackle the issue of smog and environmental pollution. Sharif wrote to Singh that the people of both Punjabs were facing the problem of smog during the months of October and November, Geo News reported. Nawaz Sharif (L) and Shehbaz Sharif (R) "It goes without saying that the smog has an adverse impact on health, agriculture -- in the form of delayed sowing of wheat and damage to potato and other crops -- and causes traffic accidents," said Sharif in the letter dated November 19. The Chief Minister explained some of the causes of smog, including rice stubble burning. He added the problem now affects Lahore, New Delhi and regions beyond the two cities. Sharif said it was in the interest of the people from both Punjabs that a collective effort be made towards identifying technologies and business methods that may eliminate the need to burn rice stubble and help ...
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‘Boost gas supply to petcoke ban-hit States’ 21.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Diktat follows ban due to emissions
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Russia finds 1,000-times normal level of radioactive isotope after nuclear accident claims 21.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Neither Russia nor Kazakhstan has acknowledged any accident.
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Justice Dalveer Bhandari: A firm seat on the legal high table 21.11.2017 Hindu: Home
Justice Bhandari has featured in cases from disarmament to climate change.
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Industrial activity drying up Pakistan’s Katas Raj temple pond 21.11.2017 BusinessLine - Variety
Cement factories nearby have been drawing a large amount of water through a number of borewells, severely reducing the sub-soil water level
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