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Spot these rare and exotic animals only in India

Spot these rare and exotic animals only in India

<br>Wildlife plays an important role for the earth, as it scientifically balances the environment and ensures harmonious co-existence among beings. Indian wildlife sanctuaries are home to rare, beautiful and elusive species of animals that can be found only in our country. From lion-tailed mac...

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Planet and People First

Planet and People First

<br>The new RARE Logo is a simple, stylised leaf in gold of Ginkgo biloba, familiar to many as the maidenhair tree and is a metaphor for change to be led by travel and the community. Originally from the east, Ginkgo is a living fossil and has been around since before the Dinosaurs, deliberatel...

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Ecotourism in Saudi Arabia on the rise

Ecotourism in Saudi Arabia on the rise

The vision outlines a plan for heightened sustainability efforts across the kingdom, from large-scale "giga-project" developments to a massive tree-planting campaign. "We are part of this world, and we live the problems and challenges it is facing," says King Salman bin Abdulaziz...

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How yoga during pregnancy helps mother and child

How yoga during pregnancy helps mother and child

<br>Kedar Nath, Director of Maatriyoga says the aim of pregnancy yoga is to help the mother bring the unborn into the world with minimum hassle and completely no health complications. Positions and exercises practiced across the three trimesters of pregnancy can differ with every phase.The pre...

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Meditation for happiness, peace goes up as one ages: Survey

Meditation for happiness, peace goes up as one ages: Survey

Spanning 1,000 individuals between the age group of 18 to 60 years, across Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, and Pune, the survey also cites stress management and better sleep as other key areas where meditation has helped individuals. From an app data perspective, almost 40 per cent of the users of ThinkRi...

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LFW, FDCI to present joint Fashion Week (IANS Exclusive)

LFW, FDCI to present joint Fashion Week (IANS Exclusive)

New Delhi, March 1 (IANSlife) Seems like the good old days of Indian fashion are back... after more than a decade-and-a-half, Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) and the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) will present a joint fashion week scheduled to take place from 16-21 March 2021.The Phygital Fashion W...

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How single thought or argument can turn into disease

How single thought or argument can turn into disease

Talking about how a single thought or argument takes the shape of a disease, I would like to quote it with an example. When one person says something and the other person did not like it or didn't understand, this will make the body cell unease. This time the body of the second person goes through 3...

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An exhibition themed on artists' Covid-19 transformation

An exhibition themed on artists' Covid-19 transformation

<br>As per the organisers, the artists and other members of art community in India and the world have faced the pandemic challenges, and are now transforming from Covid-19 to a new normal in enthusiastic, creative and more technical ways. This transformation is shown in the artworks of the par...

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Yoga brings me closer to myself: Willow Smith

Yoga brings me closer to myself: Willow Smith

<br>Smith, who is the brand ambassador of Japanese fashion brand Onitsuka Tiger, has incorporated yoga poses into the shoot for the brand's Spring and Summer 2021 Collection.The theme of the collection, which Willow is wearing in the campaign images, is "The Onitsuka Tiger Attitude"....

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A photo-exhibition on Antartica's landscape, biodiversity

A photo-exhibition on Antartica's landscape, biodiversity

On this journey, viewers will see penguins, seals, icebergs and other wonders, and learn about the whaling industry and some of the early explorers and adventurers, says a note on the exhibition.Titled 'Antarctica: The Last Frontier' the exhibition is live on the website of India International Centr...

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