Washington D. C., April 26 : Summer is in full swing and it's time to heat proof your skin and hair.
Nataasha Dalvie, Myntra's LookGood Advisor is giving some simple and easy skin and hair care tips that will keep you looking your best even when the temperature outside is soaring.
Nataasha said that one should never skip the cleanser, toner and moisturizer.
She added, "In summer switch to a water-based moisturizer that will hydrate your skin without making your face look oily. Never leave the house without applying sunscreen lotion that has a minimum of 30 to 50 SPF. Don't hesitate to reapply sunscreen if you're spending the whole day out in the sun."
Keeping your skin hydrated should always be in your do-to list.
Washington: Eyeing to become the first woman president of the US, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has said that if elected to the White House half of her Cabinet would be comprised of women.
"I am going to have a cabinet that looks like America, and 50 per cent of America is women, right?" Clinton said during a MSNBC town hall last night on the eve of the crucial East Coast primaries in five states - Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Her remarks comes a day after her campaign manager John Podesta said that he would like to see Indian-American Neera Tanden in Clinton's Cabinet.
New York, Apr. 25 :United States President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have made a joint pitch for deeper trans-Atlantic trade. They vowed to complete a vast US-European Union trade pact that could spur much-needed economic growth.
Obama, on a farewell visit to Germany as President, is trying to counter public skepticism about a trans-Atlantic trade deal with Europe, while also facing down criticism from the 2016 presidential candidates of a pending Asia- Pacific trade pact, reports Guardian.
President Obama made the statement in Hanover yesterday, where he will inaugrate the Hanover Messi fair along with German Chancellor on Monday.
Obama said, "the majority of people still favour trade. They still recognize, on balance, that it's a good idea."
Washington: Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich have said they will coordinate with each other in an effort to stop frontrunner Donald Trump from becoming the party nominee which the real estate tycoon dismissed as an act of "desperation".
Texas senator Cruz and Ohio governor Kasich issued statements that they would not compete with each other in several states to try and stop Trump from securing the necessary 1,237 delegates before the Cleveland convention in July which they hope would make it a contested convention and thus open up their paths to the White House.
New York: A day after North Korea's foreign minister said that his country is ready to halt its nuclear tests if the United States suspends its annual military exercises with South Korea, President Barack Obama said on Sunday that Washington isn't taking the proposal seriously and Pyongyang would "have to do better than that."
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Su Yong, interviewed yesterday by the AP, also defended his country's right to maintain a nuclear deterrent and warned that Pyongyang won't be cowed by international sanctions. And for those waiting for the North's regime to collapse, he had this to say: Don't hold your breath.
Washington DC, Apr. 24 - The United States has expressed concern after North Korea fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile off the east coast of the Korean peninsula.
According to CNN, North Korean state news agency KCNA claimed the launch was successful, and said that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had "guided on the spot the underwater test-fire of strategic submarine ballistic missile."
"At the observation post he was briefed on the plan for the test-fire and gave an order for it. As soon as the order was issued, the submarine submerged as low as the biggest depth of waters for launching and fired the ballistic missile. The test-fire was aimed to confirm the stability of the underwater ballistic launching system in the maximum depth of waters." KCNA reported.
Washington D. C, Apr 24 - Microscopic "timers" have revealed the likely source of galactic radiation that we detect at Earth.
Most of the cosmic rays originated relatively recently in the nearby clusters of massive stars, according to new results from NASA's Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) spacecraft.
ACE allowed the research team to determine the source of these cosmic rays by making the first observations of a very rare type of cosmic ray that acts like a tiny timer, limiting the distance the source can be from Earth.
"Before the ACE observations, we didn't know if this radiation was created a long time ago and far, far away, or relatively recently and nearby," said co-author Eric Christian.
Washington D.C, Apr 24 - According to recent study, a winning face actually depends on the culture of the voter.
In the study of elections comparing candidate faces in the U.S. and Taiwan, researchers showed that in winning an actual election, perceived competence plays a more important role for candidates in the U.S. than for those in Taiwan.
In contrast, perceived social competence was more vital for candidates in Taiwan than for those in the U.S.
For the study, participants in the U.S. and Taiwan were presented with pairs of faces of competing political candidates who were running against each other. The faces were randomly selected from an image pool of U.S. political candidates (U.S. Senate) and Taiwanese political candidates (Taiwan Legislative Yuan) in past elections.
Washington DC, Apr. 24 - The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) has claimed that it has shot down a Syrian jet in Damascus and has captured the pilot.
According to CNN, Amaq, the media agency affiliated with the terrorist group made the claim, which appeared to be at least partially corroborated by the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The Observatory said a Syrian warplane had crashed in Dakwa, southeast of Damascus.
However, there was no information available on whether the crash was due to an attack or a technical failure, nor on the crew's fate.
ISIS published a video claiming to show the flaming wreckage of the jet, with what appears to be a Syrian flag painted on the wing, however, CNN did not confirm the authenticity of the video.
New York, Apr. 23 : Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump recently used a fake Indian accent to make a point about outsourcing.
Addressing the crowd at a Delaware rally yesterday, Trump mocked all call center employees based overseas.
"You want to find out about your credit card, guess what, you're talking to a person from India," he said.
He asked a question, "How the hell does that work?
"So, I called up, I tell the guys I'm checking on my card, I said, 'Where are you from?'" Trump said.
Then in a fake Indian accent, he added, "We are from India."
The video of the rally was posted by ABC News on their twitter handle.
Friday's act wasn't the first time that the New York billionaire made fun of foreign accents.
Washington D. C., April 22 - Google has marked the Earth Day with five illustrations by doodler Sophie Diao.
The five illustrations highlight five major biomes - the tundra, forest, grasslands, desert and coral reefs, to showcase the vastness of Earth.
The doodle sees one animal in each illustration having 15-minute frame. Each time one visits Google. com, one of the five doodles randomly pops up.
Sideways view to the illustrations will also spot the Google logos. (ANI)
Washington D. C., April 21 : Not only Oscar, private basketball games with President was also quite memorable for George Clooney.
For his ninth cover story for Esquire, the 54-year-old actor spoke about his relationship with President Barack Obama, reports E! Online.
"We played here in L. A. I did a fundraiser here with him, and he said, 'What are you doing tomorrow morning?'" he described the magazine.
"I go, 'What time?' He goes, '5:30. You wanna play some hoops?' And I go, 'Yeah.' And he goes, 'All right, we'll set it up. You got any of your friends want to play?'" Clooney added. (ANI)
New York: Utah Governor Gary Herbert on Tuesday signed a resolution that declares pornography a "public health crisis".
The resolution calls for increased "education, prevention, research, and policy change at the community and societal level" to combat pornography, which "perpetuates a sexually toxic environment".
He signed two measures aimed at pornography this week that actually does not ban pornography but affirm that Utah recognises the need for education and prevention against porn because it is "leading to a broad spectrum of individual and public health impacts and societal harms", nydailynews. com reported on Thursday.
San Francisco, Apr. 21 : Tech giant Apple would report its second-quarter results on April 26.
The company was earlier scheduled to report its second-quarter results a day ahead on April 25.
Apple did not give a reason for the postponement on its website.
Apple is the world's largest information technology company by revenue, the world's largest technology company by total assets and the world's second-largest mobile phone manufacturer. (ANI)
Washington D. C., April 21 : When its birthday, there need to be clicks. so does Queen Elizabeth II with some of her favourite people.
The 90-year-old monarch, to mark her birthday on April 21, posed among two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, including Prince William's two kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, reports E! Online.
The newest princess to the royal clan had the best seat in the room atop her famous great-grandmother's lap.
"I think she is very fond of Charlotte, always watching what she's up to," said Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton on Queen's relationship with her daughter in a special interview, 'The Queen at Ninety.'
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