Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 01 August 2018

Meghan Markle’s rocky relationship with her father is playing out on the world stage, so we asked an expert for advice on how to handle a fraught relationship with your parents. by Rebecca Muller, Editorial Fellow at Thrive Global

Published in TipTops

How long does it take a robotic hand to learn to juggle a cube?

Published in Tech

Breastfeeding babies within an hour of birth significantly increases their chances of survival, the World Health Organization reports, citing data from 76 countries that find that mother's milk is rich in health-giving nutrients and antibodies.

Published in Tech

Priyanka, who is yet to open up about her relationship publicly, reportedly got engaged to Nick on her birthday two weeks ago. The speculation was fuelled by director Ali Abbas Zafar, who while announcing Priyanka’s exit from his upcoming film Bharat, said she informed the team about her decision in the “Nick of time.”

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Kali Uchis: A truly self-made pop star

Kali Uchis went from sleeping rough in the back of her car to working with Gorillaz and Snoop Dogg. The Colombian-American star tells us the story of her hard-won success.

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MADHU;DECLARED SACRED AREA

The Cabinet yesterday approved a proposal by President Maithripala Sirisena to declare the Holy Shrine of Our Lady of Madhu in Mannar as a sacred area.

Published in Sri Lanka
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STRICT REGULATIONS ON CADRE RECRUITMENT

The Government has issued a circular preventing public and semi-government institutions from recruiting cadre and making payments to them without the prior permission of the Management Service Department of the Treasury.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Prices of 25 essential drugs reduced

The Minister was speaking at a ceremony organised by the Health Services Trade Union Federation jointly with the Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Ministry and the World Health Organization to felicitate him on his appointment as Vice Chairman of World Health Organization in Colombo yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Sri Lankan visa scam in NZ revealed

Hundreds of students from Sri Lanka could be in New Zealand illegally, while officials do what they can to investigate claims of a major scam involving student visa applications from Sri Lanka.

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GMOA strike on August 3

The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) will strike on August 3 (Friday), GMOA Secretary Dr. Haritha Aluthge said.

Published in Sri Lanka
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