Saturday, 27 May 2017

Opinion

Trump refugee ban is illegal

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Trump’s move Friday to suspend refugee entry into the U.S. and restrict entry from Muslim states is flatly illegal, a top immigration policy analyst writes. David J. Bier, an immigration analyst at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, said that Trump’s Friday executive order is illegal. “The ...

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Pakistan-India cultural ties

EVERYTHING has its place, the aphorism goes, and there can be found in this a fair bit of wisdom. For when knock-on effects start to accrue, unintended and adverse consequences can occur. Currently, nowhere is this more applicable than in the context of the cultural ties between Pakistan and India, ...

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How Social Media Is Making Us Anti-Social

Take a look around you. Most likely, the majority of people you see are bent forward towards the glow of their phones and tablets. Maybe they look up occasionally so they don’t stumble and fall on the sidewalk, or periodically to check the time, but whatever is streaming on their ...

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HAPPY 2017!!

This January, why not start the new year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things you can make-happen, leaving the past behind and living in the ‘NOW’ enjoying the blank slate of the new year ahead. ‘Living in the now’ means the present as what ...

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Say Goodbye To Pain While Wearing High Heels

High heels – they accentuates your legs, make you feel sexy, and look damn pretty on those polished feet. But the harmful effects of wearing them for hours can affect your body, posture, and might even turn out to be the reason for that soaring back pain you’ve been having ...

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Shoulder pain may be linked to heart disease

If you are having shoulder problems, they may be due to some heart disease risk factors and not just physical strain, warns a new study. “If someone has rotator cuff problems, it could be a sign that there is something else going on. They may need to manage risk factors ...

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Christmas customs and traditions

The customs and traditions of Christmas vary from country to country and nation to nation for all have a different culture and social structure. Available resources, understanding of themes and approaches count towards the manifestation of cultural presentations. But Christmas, being a universal festival of the biggest religion of the ...

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New UN Chief

Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres was sworn in on Monday as the 9th United Nations Secretary-General, pledging to work for peace, support sustainable development and reform the UN to become more effective. Ban Ki Moon’s 10-year leadership was among the least inspirational in UN history. Syrians, Yemenis and Iraqis ...

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No play makes your son a dull boy: Study

London: Is your son in primary school showing poor reading and maths skills? Blame it on the sedentary lifestyle, suggests a study. The study showed that adolescent boys spending less time in physical activity and more hours in sitting idle are prone to show poor academic skills. “Boys who had ...

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6 ways to make your living space cozy

As we prepare for colder temperatures, we look forward to spending time in cozy living rooms, warming ourselves near the fire or under a heavy blanket. Getting that cozy feel doesn’t require a lot of work or even a lot of money. In fact, you would be surprised how easy ...

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