10 Tips to Deal with Depression

10 Tips to Deal with Depression

Depression can be a difficult thing to deal with. You tend to feel helpless and lose faith in everything. You keep getting sucked right back down into that well of gloominess and negativity. But this doesn’t have to be the end of the road. A few simple changes can get you back on track and on your way to feeling better again. 1. Accept that you are depressed & don’t Deny . 2. Seek help from friends and family…

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Meet the futuristic robot : Bina 48

Meet the futuristic robot : Bina 48

By Sarita Das : Indian Express : Meet Bina48, the robot who can tell jokes, recite poetry and mimic humans. One of the most sophisticated robots ever built, capable of independent thought, emotion, Bina48 is modelled on Bina Aspen, wife of Martine Rothblatt — the CEO of biotech outfit United Therapeutics. A vision of a future where we all have such “mind clones” is what futurist 60-year-old Rothblatt shared on March 15 with several thousand…

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While in an argument with your wife, do not just run

While in an argument with your wife, do not just run from the scene or expect her to read your mind to solve the conflict, researchers suggest. Withdrawal or expecting your lover to mind-read hurts relationships the most. Withdrawal is the most problematic for relationships. “It is a defensive tactic that people use when they feel they are being attacked, and there is a direct association between withdrawal and lower satisfaction overall with the relationship,” Sanford…

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POPULAR Bengali Sunday Breakfast

By Sarita das : Howrah :  I made Luchi and Aloor Dom ,a typical Bengali Sunday Jolkhabar. It was quintessential Bengali and the one I liked the least for some obscure reason. Things have changed, I crave for some perfectly puffed up pristine white luchis now and spicy alur dom to go with it. So if you have something to celebrate be it a person or an event, a Bengali family will serve you hot luchi with…

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Women’s Rights Activists Revolts : Afghanistan

By Ani Menon : Kabul : An Afghan woman who was beaten to death by a mob was buried in Kabul on Sunday (March 22nd). In an unprecedented move, her coffin was carried by women’s rights activists. The mob of men beat 27-year-old Farkhunda before throwing her body off a roof, running over it with a car, setting it on fire and throwing it into a river near a well-known mosque. Hundreds of people gathered…

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More than 1 million Brazilians Call for Ouster of President

Reuters: Over one million demonstrators marched in cities and towns across Brazil on Sunday to protest a sluggish economy, rising prices and corruption – and to call for the impeachment of leftist President Dilma Rousseff. The marches across the continent-sized country come as Brazil struggles to overcome economic and political malaise and pick up the pieces of a boom that crumbled once Rousseff took office in 2011. Rousseff, now early into her second four-year term, is unlikely to resign…

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World's First Pancake Printer, PancakeBot serves pancakes in any shape you want

The Huffington Post, Kate Bratskeir: PancakeBot, exactly as it sounds, is a robot that serves pancakes. It’s hard to think up something better, but … ready? This breakfast cyborg will actually whip up your pancakes in whatever shape you ask it to. Care for a pancake in the shape of your dog? This can happen! Prefer a morning meal that resembles your favorite vice president? YOLO, as they say! Here’s how PancakeBot works: The machine comes with tracing…

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My celebration with Dahi Vada

My celebration with Dahi Vada

By Sarita das : Howrah : I celebrated  World Women’s Day with my school friends in my house in the evening .I prepared the DAHI VADA , the most popular South Indian food liked by most North Indians . Today I had prepared  and surprised my friends by my own DAHI VADA recipes. INGREDIENTS Urad dal – 1 cup (250 grams) (soaked) ,Coconut – 1/4 cup (grated), Green coriander – 3 to 4 tbsp, Cashews…

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