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7 world cultures you must experience in 2017
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7 world cultures you must experience in 2017

You must visit these places to experience their rich and vibrant culture. Zillion factors draw tourists to a place, and one among them is its culture. In a recently released list of go-to destinations, National Geographic Traveler has revealed the top 7 culturally rich destinations to visit in 2017. Take a look! Travel 2017: Top 7 cities to head to! 7 nature trails in the world you cannot miss in 2017 1. Malta IMAGE: Worshippers shower a statue of the Risen Christ with confetti ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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Poor marriage season spend impacting consumption

'With curtailment in spends in marriage, it has impacted consumption'. There is a need for stimulus, as India is essentially a consumption economy'. IMAGE: Demonetisation has resulted in low marriage season spending and less consumption overall. Photograph: Yogita/Wikimedia Commons. Siraj Chaudhry, chairman and chief executive officer, Cargill India, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Cargill Inc, has a ground-up view of India’s  commodities business, straddling segments like edible ...
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What causes infertility in women?

Late marriages, delayed childbearing, difficulties during intercourse and blockage of fallopian tubes are just some of the reasons for infertility in women. Did you know that Hollywood fashionistas Sarah-Jessica Parker, Mariah Carrey, and Gwen Stefani have all struggled with infertility? In interviews post the birth of their kids, Carrey and Stefani admitted having gone through fertility procedures to conceive. Struggle with infertility has become common in India as well. In a recent survey ...
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FINTECH : With banks poised to leave and foreign workers nearly blacklisted, Brexit turns into the feared startup nightmare

People walking in London (CC0 Public Domain via Pixabay) Calming words and a rush to quell doomsday scenarios in Silicon Roundabout are whitewashing the real issues fintech and other startup sectors need to discuss as Brexit approaches  Gedalyah ...
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Is it profitable to invest in more than one home?

Does it make sense to hold more than one residential property? Does the investment really give very high returns as we Indians tend to presume? Anil Rego takes you through the ups and downs of investing in residential properties Investing in real estate, especially residential property (one or more) is most often the only major investment that an Indian family aspires, plans, and makes through its lifetime! The security that owning residential properties provide has always been valued much in ...
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Teenagers smoke to lose weight

A recent survey revealed that 46 per cent of girls and 30 per cent of boys in the US, most of who are in their teens smoke to control their weight. IMAGE: Teens who want to slim down are taking to tobacco. Photograph: Anurag Bishwas/Wikimedia Creative Commons  Shunning popular beliefs that people smoke cigarettes because they're addicted to the nicotine, a recent study shows that among US teens who are frequent smokers, 46 percent of girls and 30 percent of boys smoke to control their ...
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Jaya, 4th Tamil Nadu CM in 5 to be hospitalised for long

There is no alternative for the party and the state but to wait for Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to return home and make her call, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Image: AIADMK women’s wing members eat food from the floor as a prayer for the speedy recovery of party supremo and Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, at a temple in Chennai. Photograph: PTI Photo. With hospitalisation since the night of September 22, Jayalalithaa has become the fourth Tamil Nadu chief minister in a row of five to be ...
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Sex makes men more divine

Sex releases oxytocin, a hormone that is believed to improve bonding and altruism, a new study has revealed. Have you ever thought, why people shout out the Lord's name during lovemaking? A new study explain it as, sex hormone makes us feel closer to the divine, especially in men, reports the Metro. Researchers looked at the role of oxytocin -- a hormone released during sex, which promotes social bonding, trust and even altruism and occurs naturally in the body. The researchers at Duke ...
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'Should I go for CAT or GMAT?'

International education consultant NNS Chandra shares advice on how to pick the right international education. In an online chat with readers every Friday, overseas education consultant NNS Chandra offers advice on how to pick the right course and career abroad. For those who missed the chat on September 23, here's the unedited transcript: arunkumar narasimhamurthy vure: I am commerce post graduate and 10yrs exp in core finances that anything opt for me in management studies NNS Chandra: What ...
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