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Things You Should (Ideally) Do Before Getting Married

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Yes, we know many of you are toying with the idea of getting married – whether now or sometime in the future. so have a look which you can do!!!

 

1. Experiment! (Before anyone’s around to judge you ;))

Try new hobbies, new jobs, Essentially, push yourself to try as many new things as possible without anyone else around to judge you. Basically, face your fears.

2. Date. (Try a dating website/app like Tinder before you hit Shaadi.com!)

It sounds obvious, we know, but you need to dip your feet in the sea before you settle for your very own swimming pool ;)

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3. Fall in love and go through a heartbreak.

It’ll ultimately help you grow up and show you why sometimes things don’t work out.

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4. Make peace with your parents after those rebellious teenage years.

Trust us, a good (adult) relationship with your parents will come in handy after you’re married, for when (if) things aren’t working out quite as you expected.

5. Get a pet (or a fish or a plant if you’d prefer to start slow or work very long hours ;))

So you know you can keep something besides yourself alive.

6. Go on a solo road trip.

It’ll teach you that sometimes it’s refreshing to be alone and it’ll help you clear your head.

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7 . Learn to love and appreciate yourself.

It’s the first step to loving and appreciating your spouse as much! Be comfortable in your own skin and learn to enjoy your own company.z

8. Learn to cook. And, no, Maggi doesn’t count as food.

After all, how can you get married without knowing how to cook aloo gobi! ;)

9. Go on a holiday with your fiance or boyfriend.

Travelling usually brings out the best and the worst in people.

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10. Party it up as much as you can with your single friends.

Once significant others come into the picture, it’s largely about people bringing their partners along

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11. Move out of your parents’ home and learn to live the solo life.

If you’re sceptical about living alone, get a roommate! Learning how to run a household on your own is important.

12. And, finally, try living with the person you want to marry (if possible).

There’s no better way to test and strengthen your relationship and find out if you are truly compatible.

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Your last minute Raksha Bandhan gifts guide

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New Delhi, Aug 3 : Nothing should stop you from making siblings feel loved this Raksha Bandhan. If you are still searching for the perfect Raksha Bandhan gift for your sibling, here is a list of last minute gifting options you can grab from your nearest shopping mall.

Whisky

You can gift the The Glenlivet 12 YO to your brother which is one of the classiest, most sophisticated malts. This whisky has been called a lot of things in its time: smooth, fruity, complex, sophisticated, entertaining, classic. Representing The Glenlivet’s signature style, this classic malt is first matured in traditional oak, before spending time in American oak casks which impart notes of vanilla and gives the whisky it’s distinctive smoothness. The mineral-rich water that comes from Josie’s Well helps form the flavours during mashing and fermentation, whilst the specific height and width of the copper stills add a delicate yet complex character.

Price: Starts at Rs 3,500

Wine

If your sister is a wine lover, gift her Jacob’s Creek wine which is rooted in 175 years of wine-making tradition. It is one of Australia’s leading global wine brands, offering quality with great varietal expression. A bottle of Jacob’s Creek is more than a wine, it is a warm, generous, life-loving attitude as it is created with consumers and their evolving tastes in mind.

Price: Starts at Rs 1,100

Hair Straightener

Philips SenseIQ Hair Straightener is for those who love styling their hair. This intelligent hair straightener’s sensors measure hair temperature more than 20,000 times per styling session to quickly adapt temperature to lock in up to 70 percent of the hair’s natural moisture. It helps in maintaining the hair’s essential strength providing vibrant shine on the outside and healthy strong hair on the inside.

Price: On request

Hair Dryer

To provide the most effective yet protective hair drying, Philips SenseIQ Hair Dryer’s sensors measure hair temperature more than 4,000 times per styling session to quickly adapt temperature to lock in up to 90 percent of hair’s natural moisture. This results in hair which is dry yet retains natural moisture.

Price: On request

Philips Facial Pen Trimmer

DIY facial hair removal is often a concern for women, especially now when salon visits are being given a miss. However, the Philips Facial Pen Trimmer will be the perfect solution for hair removal from eyebrows, upper lips, and forehead. Featuring a compact and portable design and providing a pain-free experience, the trimmer comes with a click on comb and cleaning brush.

Price: On request

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PM, President extend warm greetings on Raksha Bandhan

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New Delhi, Aug 3 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind and leaders across the political spectrum on Monday extended warm greetings on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Raksha Bandhan celebrates the special bond between brother and sister. On this day, sisters tie a talisman or amulet around the wrists of their brothers and receive a gift in return. Rakhi symbolises love, affection and mutual trust.

Taking to Twitter, PM Modi acknowledged Raksha Bandhan greetings from spiritual and humanitarian leader Mata Amritanandamayi and said that blessing from her and India’s ‘Nari Shakti’ (women power) gives him strength.

“Respected Mata Amritanandamayi Ji, I am most humbled by your special Raksha Bandhan greetings. It is my honour and privilege to work for our great nation. Blessings from you, and from India’s Nari Shakti, give me great strength. They are also vital for India’s growth and progress,” the Prime Minister tweeted.

The tweet came in a reply to a video message, wherein Mata Amritanandamayi hoped that the prime minister gets more courage to deal with the challenges and take measures to protect the nation.

In another tweet, Prime Minister Modi thanked veteran singer and legend Lata Mangeshkar for her wishes on the special occasion. In a special video message, the singer rued that she could not send the Rakhi this year due to the current situation.

“You have worked so hard for the country; the citizens will not forget that. If possible, on this day of Rakhi, promise us that you will take this country to greater heights,” she said in the video, which also had a slide-show of her photos with PM Modi.

In response to the video, the Prime Minister said, “Lata Didi, your emotional message on this auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan is full of inspiration and energy. With the blessings of crores of mothers and sisters, our country will touch new heights and achieve new successes. May you be healthy and live long, this is my prayer to God.”

President Ram Nath Kovind also extended wishes on the auspicious day and asked people to secure the honour and dignity of women.

“Greetings on Raksha Bandhan! Rakhi is the sacred thread of love and trust that connects sisters with brothers in a special bond. On this day, let us reiterate our commitment to secure the honour and dignity of women,” the President said.

In a sweet gesture, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi shared a photograph of him hugging his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to extend Raksha Bandhan wishes. “Wishing everyone a happy Raksha Bandhan,” he posted with the photo.

Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal termed Raksha Bandhan as a symbol of love between brothers and sisters and of Indian values. “My best wishes to the people of the country on the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan. The festival is a symbol of love between brothers and sisters and Indian values,” he tweeted.

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Patients with coronavirus infections may experience mental problems: Study

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People taken ill by coronavirus infections may experience psychiatric problems while hospitalised and potentially after they recover, warn researchers.

The systematic review, published in the journal ”The Lancet Psychiatry”, compiled results from short- and long-term studies of people hospitalised by recent coronaviruses, namely SARS (Severe acute respiratory syndrome) in 2002-2004, MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome) in 2012, as well as COVID-19 this year.

The analysis found that one in four people hospitalised with COVID-19 may experience delirium during their illness, a known problem among hospital patients, which can increase the risk of death or extend time in hospital. The post-recovery effects of COVID-19 are not yet known, so long-term risks such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic fatigue, depression, and anxiety are based on SARS and MERS studies, which may or may not apply to COVID-19 as well.

“Our analysis focuses on potential mental health risks of being hospitalised with a coronavirus infection, and how psychiatric conditions could worsen the prognosis or hold people back from returning to their normal lives after recovering,” said study co-lead author Dr Jonathan Rogers from University College London in the UK.

For the findings, the research team analysed 65 peer-reviewed studies and seven recent pre-prints that are awaiting peer review, which included data from over 3,500 people who have had one of the three related illnesses.

The review only included results from people who were hospitalised and not people with more mild cases. The findings cover both acute symptoms during the illness and long-term outcomes from two months to 12 years. Almost one in three people hospitalised with SARS or MERS went on to develop PTSD, at an average follow-up time of almost three years, especially if they had ongoing physical health problems.

Rates of depression and anxiety were also high, at roughly 15 per cent one year or longer after the illness, with a further 15 per cent also experiencing some symptoms of depression and anxiety without a clinical diagnosis. More than 15 per cent also experienced chronic fatigue, mood swings, sleep disorder or impaired concentration and memory.While in hospital, a significant minority of people with coronavirus infections experienced delirium symptoms such as confusion, agitation and altered consciousness.

Almost 28 per cent of people hospitalised for SARS and MERS experienced confusion, and early evidence from the ongoing pandemic suggests that delirium could be similarly common in COVID-19 patients. “We need more research on how to prevent mental health problems in the long term,” the researchers noted.

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