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In Chandi (Solan),” It is painful, While the encounter has ended and four militants have been neutralised," "Congress party leaders worked for the victory of KC-M candidates in the last polls and only wanted to strengthen that party. attacking KC(M) supremo Mani I will tell the Lok Sabha TV people to show you When some TMC members tried to come near HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar who was replying a question related to his Ministry with banners reading "Financial Emergency" when he insisted that I get the credit for casting as I had worked on it” says TrehanNew Delhi: The Union home ministry trafficking and even cyber attacks on critical infrastructure " Pradhan said He said BJP president Amit Shah has been strengthening the partyBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: October 17 2017 6:59 pm Follow your grandmother’s recipe of a healthy scrub bath on the morning of Diwali with the choicest nourishing scrubs available in the market (Source: File Photo) Related News While we are busy ensuring that the festival of lights is welcomed with perfect preparations we may tend to overlook caring for ourselves Care for your skin and hair suggest experts Besides cleansing the skin before sleeping it is important to care for your hair Skip products like hair mousse opt for blow dry instead Amit Sarda Managing Director at skincare brand Soulflower Shikhee Agarwal Head Trainer at The Body Shop India and make-up expert Shahnaz Husain have shared inputs Skincare tips: * Cleansing the face at the beginning and end of the day is a very vital part of this routine If you are used to wearing make-up cleansing becomes all the more important * Our skin needs to remain moisturised as much as possible One of the easiest ways to compensate the lack of moisture for skin is by the use of carrier oil like grapeseed This carrier oil lightens marks and dark circles tightens and tones skin and helps skin become baby soft It also helps lighten blemishes stretch marks sunburn controls itchiness and irritation * Treat your skin with Vitamin E and essential oil rich creams and oils which protect skin Remember to complete your intake of water of 8-10 glasses which is the best way to a glowing skin * Wrap up your skincare routine with a smear of sunscreen Use a powerful UV protection which fights free radicals and keeps your skin ever glowing * Follow your grandmother’s recipe of a healthy scrub bath on the morning of Diwali with the choicest nourishing scrubs available in the market Experience the richness of shea olive and xemenia which have rich oils and will hydrate the skin They help in exfoliating the dead skin cells and stimulating the blood circulation which gives a fresh look to the skin * It might look like a very cruel advice for the festive season but it is important to keep the consumption of sweets in control Over dosage of fried and sugary foods can lead to breakouts weight gain dull looking skin and a lot of allergies too * To brighten tired eyes take two used tea bags soak them in a little warm water squeeze out the water and apply on the eyes like eye pads Cotton wool soaked in rose water can also do the trick Haircare tips: * During Diwali we do experiment with different hair styles and they also become exposed to pollution Washing hair with rosemary lavender shampoo bar will provide it with the kind of nutrition that hair needs to become voluminous and get the bounce it needs Enriched with refreshing lavender and rejuvenating properties of rosemary the small molecules penetrate into your hair right from the first wash * After the wash let it dry and apply Moroccan argan oil as a post-bath serum It gives your hair an attractive shine restores and strengthens damaged hair protects it from heat of hair dryers curlers and flat irons and deeply conditions hair helping rid split ends and tames the frizzy brittle hair * Do not use mousse on hair If you do wash it off at night or the next morning * Opt for blow drying with low heat which is better than ironing Ironing can lead to hair breakage * If you suddenly find your hair has too much static – or a fly away hair problem All you need to do is to wet your hands with water and smooth your palms over the hair And avoid too much brushing For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 12 2016 5:38 am Poet Ashok Vajpeyi at the Chandigarh Literature Festivalon Friday Express Top News A worldof ideas opinions thoughts and perspectives came alive on centre stage as part of the ongoing Chandigarh Literature Festival Conversations between authors and critics who nominated the books led to absorbing discussions on society politics gender freedom of expression and of course the agonies and ecstasies of writing Watch What Else Is Making News The day began with author K R Meena’s conversation with critic Elizabeth Kuruvilla on her book The Gospel of Yudas Violence political reality and man-woman relationship are the focus of her novel a brilliant rendering of the Naxalite movement in Kerala Meena talked at length about the movement along with its cult figures who lived in the memory of Kerala for a very long time The author expressed that Naxalism was an extension of the political state of affairs in Kerala Death and revolution added the author shaped her inner world as a child Critic Meenal Baghel engaged author and former IPS Officer Vibhuti Narain Rai in conversation on his book Hashimpura 22 May which is based on the infamous 1987 Hashimpura massacre in which 42 youths of a particular community were identified picked up from Meerut and killed in cold blood in Ghaziabad’s Hashimpura by what Rai says was a rogue unit within the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) of UP Police Rai in his talk with Meenal said he was able to interview some of the people accused of the Hashimpura assassinations and they felt that the objective was to teach a lesson to the community as a whole After reading the case diaries of the CID he realised that the investigation of the massacre had been very poor “No court could have punished the assassins” said Rai expressing unhappiness about the rising incidents of intolerance in contemporary Indian society Talking about the recent incident when eight prisoners escaped from Central Jail in Bhopal Rai pointed out that there were lapses in jail security and he criticised the encounter of prisoners who he said should have been re-arrested and not killed as they were unarmed Poet Ashok Vajpeyi was seen in conversation with critic Madan Soni on his lyrical collection of poems Name for Every Leaf The poems revolve around diverse themes ranging from love to eroticism nature to human relationships Some of these poems written decades ago he said have not lost their relevance in today’s life and times In a friendly interaction with the audience Vajpeyi talked about the struggles in his youth Belonging to a family of administrators he had to overcome the burden of social expectations to become a poet He recalled how his teacher once said “Become an IAS but die as a poet” Vajpeyi also recounted how poetry has now become a dismal art “The youth of today does not aspire to be a poet” Two tributes were paid during the day to stalwarts of the literary world Professor Tejwant Gill paid a loving tribute to noted Punjabi writer Gurdial Singh He shared minute details about the author’s life and the challenges he had to face Rana Nayyar has translated the work of Gurdial Singh into English He read out passages from the book Alms in the Name of a Blind Horse A tribute was paid to Hindi poet Neelabh Ashk by Rahul Soni Apoorvanand Bhumika Dwivedi Film enthusiasts were treated to Piku followed by a session with the film’s director Shoojit Sircar On Saturday CLF will witness Seahorse author Janice Pariat in conversation with critic Rahul Soni and Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India author Akshaya Mukul in conversation with critic Annie Zaidi Poetry lovers can look forward to a unique poetry session Polyphony For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: October 6 2010 11:03 am Related News Decades agothe timeless Meena Kumari had audiences mesmerized every time she gazed the screen with her golden presence With Katrina Kaif on boardFarah Khan thought it was only apt to recreate the ‘Meena Kumari magic/effect’ onscreen in her forthcoming film Tees Maar Khan Katrina’s ‘Pakeezah’ look in the ‘qawalli’ number in the film is a tribute to the yesteryear’s legendary actress States director Farah Khan”Katrina’s look has been modelled on Pakeezah While Akshay and Salman can be expected to have a lot of fun with this trackit (actually) belongs to Katrinaas she is going to surprise the audience” The ‘qawalli’ track titled ‘Wallah Re Wallah’ will has a complete local Mumbaiya feel to it and will be a complete foot-tapper Tees Maar Khanwhich stars Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in the lead rolesreleases on 24th December 2010 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News
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