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Month: July 2019

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New Delhi: Remember Kho Kho, the popular indigenous pastime that needed no infrastructure or equipment but still tested your strength, speed, and stamina? The backyard game is all set to get some jazz with custom-made gear, state-of-the-art production and a clever tweak of rules. A player performs a sky dive at an event organised by […]

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Interior designer Nadia Watts followed one familiar but tricky rule when putting together her deliciously bold dining room: Surround yourself with things you love. Driven by a self-described eclectic style, Watts started with dark walls (Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore)—a practical and versatile base for brighter, more energetic tones and patterns, like the pink and purple hues […]

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The bedroom is an important part of any house. The perfect private space in your room, it is where you would relax after a hard day’s work. You would indeed want to have the right kind of furniture for the room. Here are a few best tips you would want to focus on if you […]

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With soaring temperatures, some of us may have been tempted to open windows and doors to cool the house down even leaving them open while you’re out, but Wiltshire Police say this can create perfect opportunities for burglars. Officers have been out in Trowbridge – a town which has seen a spate of burglaries recently […]

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With the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gunfight multiplayer gameplay reveal still in our rear-view mirror, today Activision shared a bit more on the game’s multiplayer, namely how it’s changing weapon customization. The reboot will feature a new system appropriately dubbed Gunsmithing, and while it’ll still let you tweak your guns to your liking, you’ll go about it in […]

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Cleaning your own bathroom is a major ballache so scrubbing someone else’s is definitely a no-no. But one Airbnb host determined to keep their toilet spick and span has advised their guests how to do the same. Ian Hickton shared the long list of rules left for him when he stayed at a property. Strangely, […]

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The situation spun out of control when the woman’s husband installed five CCTV cameras in the four-room house last September. A woman from Tripura has moved the state women’s commission against her husband for installing CCTVs in the house, including their bedroom. Her husband claims the move was an act of “self-defence”. The case pertains […]

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The constant ping of messages that keep us plugged into work chatter might be doing more harm than good. We feel we must respond – it is about work, after all. But always being switched on means we never have the chance to think deeply. And that is a problem for companies that want to […]

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Mosul, Iraq – Two years after Iraqi forces captured Mosul from ISIL, residents say neighbourhoods along the riverfront of its Old City risk losing their historical identity due to a plan by local authorities to transform the area into a “modern city”. Limited funding and an ill-equipped municipality have hampered efforts to rebuild the Old City following a […]