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Unique Way of Massage in Taiwan

Face Massage is done with the Knife. Two Knives are used in this massage. Fang, who runs a similar massage center, says that it does not use ordinary Kitchen Knife to give special therapy.You must have massaged from oil, cream papaya, cucumber etc., but a unique method is adopted in Taiwan. Massage is done here

Negotiating the world by the nose, the doggy way

Title: Being A Dog; Author: Alexandra Horowitz; Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK; Pages: 336; Price: Rs 550 Remember the cold, soft nose nuzzling you when you get back home and pet your dog, who, after the series of joyous yelps and vigorous tail-wagging, seems most keen to smell you closely. Are our canine companions making

Swaraj Abhiyan sees AAP going the ‘PPP way’ soon

Chandigarh: Yogendra Yadav, founder member of Swaraj Abhiyan, on Wednesday, said the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) would ‘surely’ go the People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) way in the forthcoming Punjab Vidhan Sabha polls. It is pertinent to mention here that a rebel SAD leader Manpreet Singh Badal’s political outfit had contested 2012 Vidhan Sabha polls

Bathinda resident kidnapped while morning walk

Bathinda: Some unidentified masked men abducted a man during the morning walk at Bathinda, on Tuesday. The victim has been identified as Mulgar Singh resident of Sivian in Bathinda. Bhupinder Singh brother of the victim told the police that his brother went for the morning walk but did not turn back home. He added that panic

On way to school, brother-sister crushed to death by bus

New Delhi: A five-year-old girl and her seven-year-old brother were killed and their grandfather critically injured after a cluster bus mowed them down in south Delhi, police said today. The incident happened on the Mehrauli-Badarpur route when Bhagwan Paswan was crossing the road with his two grand kids- Rishika and Sailesh- while taking them to

The way to win Kashmir’s hearts and minds

In this age of bloody bomb attacks on soft targets ranging from wedding parties in Turkey to tourist towns in Thailand, the turmoil in Kashmir is a ticking bomb the Indian government cannot afford to avert its gaze from, even if the international community thinks this is none of its business. As parts of the

How Jayalalithaa inched her way to the top

Title: Amma; Jayalalithaa’s journey from Movie Star to Political Queen; Author: Vaasanthi; Publisher: Juggernaut; Pages: 175; Price: Rs 299 When she entered Tamil cinema, she was another struggling actress. But luck – and the legendary MGR’s blessings – were on her side. Once she was recognized as a cine star, Jayalalithaa plunged into politics –

Human rights record improved; still long way to go: China

Beijing: Under constant fire for suppressionof human rights, China today said civil and political rights of its people have been effectively improved in the last three years, but acknowledged that the world’s most populous nation has a long way to realise higher-level protection of rights. Citizens’ civil and political rights have been effectively protected, and

One third of people can’t see Milky Way due to light pollution

London: One third of humanity cannot see theMilky Way at night due to the luminescent glow of artificial light, say scientists who created a new world atlas of light pollution. Artificial light pollutes the night sky for more than 80 per cent of the world’s population, researchers said. The atlas, created by Fabio Falchi and