News in Pics: Your daily dose of pictures from around the world

News in Pics: Your daily dose of pictures from around the world

1/9 A Buddhist nun walks in line with novice nuns to receive food from people during the Songkran Festival at the Sathira-Dhammasathan Buddhist meditation centre in Bangkok, Thailand. (Image: Reuters) 2/9 President Ram Nath Kovind (right), Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu (left), Prime Minister Narendra Modi (center) and other dignitaries arrive to pay tribute to Babasaheb BR Ambedkar on the occasion of his 128th birth anniversary, at Parliament House in New Delhi. (Image: PTI) 3/9…

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Isro launches intelligence satellite EMISAT and 28 other satellites from US, Spain

Isro launches intelligence satellite EMISAT and 28 other satellites from US, Spain

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) on Monday launched the EMISAT satellite along with 28 other satellites from other nations, including 24 from the US from the Sriharikota launch station at 9:27 am. Isro’s PSLV C45 lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre carrying India’s EMISAT and 28 satellites from global customers, including the US. The mission would witness Isro placing payloads in three orbits and conducting space experiments for the first time. The…

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Apple’s Terms For Subscription News Service Face Resistance From Publishers: Report

Apple’s Terms For Subscription News Service Face Resistance From Publishers: Report

Several publications are resisting Apple Inc’s plans to keep about half of the revenue from its upcoming news subscription service, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing the iPhone maker’s pitch to some news organizations. Apple representatives have told publishers that the subscription service could be priced at about $10 a month, but the final price could change, WSJ said. The iPhone maker charges a 30 percent transaction fee to software developers who sell…

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People are fleeing from New Jersey more than any other state—here’s the No. 1 reason why

People are fleeing from New Jersey more than any other state—here’s the No. 1 reason why

New Jersey became the No. 1 state to move away from in 2018, according to new data from moving and relocation company United Vans Lines. The top reason why residents left was for a professional opportunity, the UVL data shows. Of all the residents who moved out, 46 percent listed “job” as the deciding factor. “A leading motivation behind these migration patterns across all regions,” in fact, “is a career change,” the report says. About…

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Recovering From Miscarriage: Effective Tips And Dietary Changes To Keep In Mind

Recovering From Miscarriage: Effective Tips And Dietary Changes To Keep In Mind

It goes without saying that miscarriage for any woman is extremely sorrowful. Though surviving a miscarriage is difficult and can take a toll on your body. But focusing on your health should be the first priority during these difficult days. You feel terrible, grief- stricken and completely shaken by the loss of your child. But this can affect your physical and mental health. Amidst all this, your body also goes through the process of recovering. Your recovery…

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I tried the keto diet that’s sweeping Silicon Valley with help from a gadget that tracks your progress

I tried the keto diet that’s sweeping Silicon Valley with help from a gadget that tracks your progress

I tried the keto diet with help from a gadget that tracks your progress — here’s what happened   10:00 AM ET Sat, 22 Dec 2018 | 09:13 Ketogenic dieting has become a favorite pastime of Silicon Valley techies who want to hack their bodies to improve energy levels and performance. The regimen involves eating foods that are high in fat and some protein, while keeping carbohydrates to a minimum. The goal of ketogenic diets is…

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Hydrotherapy pool gets boost from Delta Foundation

Hydrotherapy pool gets boost from Delta Foundation

The Delta Foundation has donated $2,500 for hydrotherapy pool equipment at The Centre for Child Development of the Lower Mainland. Photograph By submitted Over 3,000 children and youth with special needs in the South Fraser area, including 600 children living in Delta, receive various therapies from The Centre for Child Development of the Lower Mainland so they can reach their potential. With a donation of $2,500 to The Child Development Foundation of BC, the Delta…

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Shahnaz Husain shares 4 easy ways to shield your skin from the harsh summer sun

Shahnaz Husain shares 4 easy ways to shield your skin from the harsh summer sun

Your thoughtfully assembled skincare routine for cold days isn’t going to cut it when the temperatures soar and the sun starts to beat you down. Shifts in humidity, cold blasts of air conditioning and brighter, longer days – all play a role in how your skin holds up. Prominent skin-care expert, Shahnaz Husain, has laid down all-natural ways to keep skin healthy – from upping vitamins to doubling down on matte sunscreens. – Swap out…

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