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Don’t give him second chance, if he does these mistakes!



New Delhi, June 14: Relationships are all about to be with someone who understands you and stands like a pillar behind you, but if he is the one who has done any of these mistakes which are mentioned below then you need to walk away soon.

1. Verbal abuse or physical abuseabuse

Abusive talks make the relationship complicated, despite the blatant obviousness of how wrong they are because our ego says that our love can change a person. Worse, we are so battered that we force ourselves to take the heat for the sake of our children or families. You are better than this. Never mind what people say; leaving an abusive guy will hurt ten times less than his constant mistreatment.

2. Molesting or sexually harassing another person in any way.Never be a woman who defends anything wrong. No matter how nice he is to you, don’t be the one who says, “But he has never done it to me.” It’s a stupid response and you are encouraging a criminal who has no respect for women. Just because he has not done it with you, does not mean he is incapable of it, or that he will not do it in the future. Acknowledging the problem in an offender is crucial to treating it and changing their behaviour, instead of living in denial.


3. Saying bad about you to his friends and family.Couple

If a man is saying something bad about you to his loved ones, it is not only going to make you a joke in their eyes, but it means he doesn’t even love you or respect you. Anyone with the slightest semblance of self-respect knows better than to stay in such a situation. Don’t put up with the negativity!

4. Him not standing up for you in front of others.

Love is about standing together, it is about fighting alongside each other, and defending each other from others. No matter how much you battle with each other, in front of the outside world, you must always stand by each other. If he doesn’t, then he is not the right partner for you. Wait for someone who always stands beside you.

5. Ignoring consent or lack thereof.couples-love1-wefornewsSay it anything whether, going through with sex without permission, or forcing himself on you when you don’t want it, is rape. If a man rapes you, even if he is your husband or boyfriend, not only should you not stick around, but you should seek immediate legal recourse.

6. Him body-shaming or slut-shaming you or any other woman.couple-wefornewsNo one has the right to shame you for your choices, whether in terms of how many people you sleep with, what you wear, or how much you eat and what size that makes you. Hence, if a man body-shames you, and tells you that you aren’t beautiful, then there is no option except to leave him. It is one thing to encourage each other to be healthy, and another thing to beat them down by shaming them.


7. Him policing your social media activity and checking your phone without provocation.Couple Having Argument At HomeA man who is suspicious and possessive without a cause is going to suffocate you with restrictions. Don’t be someone with someone who cannot allow you to live your life. Leave him and his insanity behind!

8. Cheating.CoupleSleeping with someone else when you are in a monogamous relationship is cheating you out of the love and attention he promised he will only give you. Not only that, emotional involvement with another person is as bad, because he refuses to give you your due, and lavishes it upon another person. Don’t be side-wheel.


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Exercise 4-5 times daily to delay ageing




New York, May 21: Want to stay young for long? If so, start exercising four to five times a day as it may help keep your heart stay healthy and slow down ageing, according to researchers.

Research showed that different sizes of arteries are affected differently by varying amounts of exercise.

While exercising for about two to three days a week for about 30 minutes may be sufficient to minimise stiffening of middle-sized arteries, exercising for about four to five days a week is required to keep the larger central arteries youthful.

The study would help “develop exercise programmes to keep the heart youthful and even turn back time on older hearts and blood vessels”, said one of the study authors, Benjamin Levine from the University of Texas.

With age, arteries — which transport blood in and out of the heart — become prone to stiffening, increasing the risk of heart diseases.

For the study, published in The Journal of Physiology, the team examined 102 people over 60 years old, with a consistent lifelong exercise history.

The participants were divided into four groups depending on their exercise history — Sedentary: less than 2 exercise sessions per week; Casual Exercisers: 2-3 exercise sessions per week; Committed Exercisers: 4-5 exercise sessions per week and Masters Athletes: 6-7 exercise sessions per week.

A lifelong history of casual exercise (two-three times a week) resulted in more youthful middle-sized arteries, which supply oxygenated blood to the head and neck.

However, committed exercisers (4-5 times per week) also had more youthful large central arteries, which provide blood to the chest and abdomen, in addition to healthier middle-sized ones.

Larger arteries need more frequent exercise to slow down ageing, the researchers said.

The findings will help see “if we can reverse the ageing of a heart and blood vessels by using the right amount of exercise at the right time”, Levine explained.


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A check list before your road trip starts



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New Delhi, May 18: Before you set out for the adventurous road trip on your holidays, it is imperative to carry certain things to make your life easier. A grooming kit, adequate liquids and insurance are the most important, suggest experts.

Saunak Ghosh, Chief Marketing Officer at OneAssist Consumer Solutions Pvt Ltd, and Akshali Shah, Senior Vice President, Strategy, Sales and Marketing, Parag Milk Foods Ltd, have listed a few must-haves.

* Backpack: When you’re constantly tossing bags in and out of the car, they better be able to handle plenty of abuse. Certain bags available in the market are made in such a way that they sustain in all kind of weathers and situations.

* Personal care kit: It takes extra amount of care to keep yourself well-groomed and hygienic. Always stay hygienic and carry the essential personal care kit on your road trip.

* Hydration: Road trips in summer bring a lot of excitement and a need to keep our bodies energised and hydrated. Summer is the perfect time to try out different hydration drinks. Flavoured milk or buttermilk can be your helpful companions on the journey as it keeps you away from dehydration and gives instant energy, without compromising on the taste.

* Insurance: Insuring your travel is something you would feel is unnecessary but you never know that taking a chance on it might become the biggest mistake committed.

It is also advisable to insure your priced possessions like your phone, laptop, wallet, debit/credit/ATM cards. Usually taking insurance creates an image of a tedious office, hours of wait and long queues. But with protection and assistance services platforms you can do it within no time and insure all your possessions.

* Spare chargers and powerbanks: Always arm yourself with spare chargers and powerbanks for worst case scenarios.

* Emergency and first aid kit: Always have a first aid kit in your car. Also, keep a check on everything which is inside the first aid box and upgrade whenever you see the necessity.

An emergency kit should contain battery booster cables, two light sticks, reflective vest, emergency rain poncho, warning triangle, whistle, tyre pressure gauge and window breaker.


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Indians taking more spiritual trips this summer: Study



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New Delhi, May 17: Spiritually motivated tourism has emerged as one of the most vital components of India’s tourism industry with places like Puri, Varanasi, Tirupati and Shirdi topping the list, says a study conducted by travel marketplace ixigo.

According to the study, more and more Indians are travelling to connect with their religious roots. With a rise in spiritual tourism, popular pilgrimages, such as Varanasi and Puri are witnessing higher hotel bookings than other cities this summer.

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Puri Jagannath Temple

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The Great Ganges Ghats of Varanasi

The study reveals that there has been a month-on-month growth of 60 per cent for Puri, 48 per cent for Varanasi, 34 per cent for Tirupati and 19 per cent growth for Shirdi in the hotel bookings, said a statement.

Lord Venkateswara in Tirumala, Tirupati

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Sai Baba Temple, Shirdi

Travellers plan a short-stay of an average two days during their visit to religious destinations. Also, Indians prefer to keep a low hotel stay budget. Around 82 per cent tourists prefer budget hotels in Varanasi, followed by 78 per cent, 68 per cent and 73 per cent in Shirdi, Tirupati and Puri respectively. Only 32 per cent Indians prefer 4/5 star hotel while visiting Tirupati followed by 27 per cent for Puri.

Commenting on the findings Aloke Bajpai, ixigo CEO and Co-founder said: “Looking at the spike in bookings, it’s safe to say that spiritual travel is now being considered as one of the offbeat travel trends in India. It is fascinating to see that young adults are showing quite a high inclination towards exploring indigenous cultural experiences in our country.”


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