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Items filtered by date: Friday, 08 June 2018

What to Say to a Friend with Depression

We know that mental health issues—including depression—are incredibly common (about 16 million Americans, or 6.7% suffer from depression alone, according to the NIH). And recent tragedies like the passing of Kate Spade only make that all the more clear. But what we don't always know is what to say, or how to help, a friend who counts themselves as one of those 16 million. What do you say to someone who's dealing with depression? How do you offer them help without coming off like you understand what they're going through when you really don't, or without offending them? It's a significant challenge to anyone looking to be a good friend.

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Alia Bhatt reveals she might get married before 30

Alia Bhatt has been receiving immense praise and accolades for her stupendous performance in ‘Raazi’. She has an interesting lineup of projects in her kitty, one of them being Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra’ starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor. Apart from that, she will also be seen opposite Ranveer Singh in ‘Gully Boy’ and in ‘Kalank’ opposite Varun Dhawan.

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MAGISTRATE ORDERS ARREST OF RANGE BANDARA’S SON

Chilaw Magistrate and District Court Judge yesterday ordered the Arachchikattuwa Police to arrest Yashoda Range Bandara and Puttalam Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Anjana Sandaruwan for causing heavy damage to a house and a government vehicle in a crash in Kottapitiya, Chilaw.

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Sujeewa received Rs. 3m from Aloysius’ Mendis Co.

In a shocking revelation, it was revealed that State Minister Sujeewa Senasinghe had received three cheques of Rs. 1 million each in 2015 and 2016 from W. M. Mendis & Company Ltd., a subsidiary of Perpetual Treasuries Ltd.

This was disclosed in the B report filed in Court yesterday by the prosecution in connection with the inquiry into the Central Bank bond scam. 

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