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Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani

We will announce a big package for the knitwear industry, which is facing several challenges, in the next one month or so.

—Textiles minister Smriti Irani, on a coming scheme to bail out the financially-stressed sector

 

 

Amarinder Singh

Amarinder Singh

It is good that the army has stood by the young officer despite criticism in certain quarters of his action. You cannot let the army deal with such stone pelting mobs with one hand tied behind their backs.

—Punjab CM Amarinder Singh, on the Army chief’s decision to hail the Major who tied a man to his jeep

 

Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley

If India is a bright spot, then Africa is not very far away. India-Africa partnership provides limitless opportunities. India, Africa together can shape future of the world.

—Union finance minister Arun Jaitley, at the opening session of the African Development Bank

 

Sushil Modi

Sushil Modi

Enough is enough… There is no question of leniency against someone (Sinha) who has been speaking against the party for the past one-and-a half years.

—BJP leader Sushil Modi, on Shatrughan Sinha defending Lalu Prasad and Arvind Kejriwal

 

Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane

There is no such thing as luck in football… It is in our DNA to fight until the end at Real Madrid

—Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, after becoming La Liga champions

 

 

Mussarat Ahmadzeb

Mussarat Ahmadzeb

She was shot in the head but no bullet was found in the CT scan. But, then the bullet got stuck in her head in Peshawar military hospital.

—MP from Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf party Mussarat Ahmadzeb, claiming that the 2012 Taliban attack on Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai was “scripted”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Want to move on from your unworthy ex before Valentine’s Day? Name a cockroach after your ex and watch it eaten alive for just THIS much

As Valentine’s week nears, many couples are excited to celebrate their love and romance. However, this is not the case for everyone. A lot of people despise the concept of Valentine’s because of past relationship trauma and unworthy exes.

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As Valentine’s week nears, many couples are excited to celebrate their love and romance. However, this is not the case for everyone. A lot of people despise the concept of Valentine’s because of past relationship trauma and unworthy exes. What if you were told that there is a way to get your cockroach of an ex eaten by animals, alive? No, this will not murder your ex in reality, but you will never find a better way to move on.

The San Antonio Zoological Society has come up with an idea for people to name a cockroach or rat after their ex-boyfriend or girlfriend. The event is called Cry Me a Cockroach, which is organised every year on Valentine’s Day. The society took to their Twitter handle and said that if people donate, their ex will be fed to an animal. They will also receive certificates.

There are some zoos in Pennsylvania, like Lehigh Valley Zoo, where people are allowed to name a bug after their former boyfriend or girlfriend. After this, these bugs are fed to their animals. All of this is done for just $5 or Rs 374.

Lehigh Valley Zoo came up with this brilliantly vicious, yet harmful idea, and took to their official Twitter handle to advertise. They said that they get it that sometimes, love sucks. So instead of feeling down that their love may not last forever, people should put a twist on Valentine’s Day and name a bug after their ex. They mentioned that all people have to do is to make a $5 donation to name one of the feeder crickets, and they will feed them to their ambassador animals. The offer is open till February 14, 2022.

This is not it. The Lehigh Zoo Website will also upload weekly videos on Facebook for people to see their ex’s big-avatar getting eaten.

Indeed, for every undeserving ex, there is a bug waiting to be eaten.

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Ensure nutrition supplement ad wins hearts, Tweeple say video taught them a lot | WATCH

In this era of ads where some advertisements are really praised for their inclusivity while the others are being criticised, Ensure (an American brand of nutritional supplements) have also come up with a very heart touching advertisement in this festive season.

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In this era of ads where some advertisements are really praised for their inclusivity while the others are being criticised, Ensure (an American brand of nutritional supplements) have also come up with a very heart touching advertisement in this festive season.

The video is on fleek and it’s being liked and shared by people a lot on social media, soon it came out. Tweeple are appreciating and twitting this viral video with good compliments.

In this inspiring advertisement, we can see a man making a list of guests, asking her wife for one of his specific friends on the occasion of the festival but her wife denies informing him about the long list and work overload, the man then make her a cup of hot tea made of Ensure milk powder, saying that we should thank the people who took time for us when nobody did. This cute message is liked by the people and Twitter is flooded with appreciation posts with the hashtag StrongerInsideOut.

One person tweeted that this video taught him to come up front, help people and celebrate. Have a look :

The other Twitter user wrote about the amazing initiative of this video and appreciated this.

https://twitter.com/Gopika55/status/1457671525209833479

What is Ensure?

Ensure is an American for nutritional supplements and replacements for meals. This brand, Ensure is manufactured by Abbott Laboratories.

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Ensure Original contains 220 calories, six grams of saturated fat, 15 grams of sugar, and nine grams of protein in a 237-ml (8-fl oz) bottle. Water, corn maltodextrin, sugar, milk protein concentrate, canola oil, and soy protein isolate are the top six ingredients in Ensure original. For people with lactose intolerance can also take this as Ensure is considered lactose-free.

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How air pollution is disturbing India’s fight against Covid-19?

Know how air pollution with COVID-19 is double trouble for Indians, and how you can protect yourself from covid-19 and pollution collectively.

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Must follow these tips to keep your lungs healthy during winters

Winters are at our doorstep, and toxicity in the air of the surroundings is looming over our heads. India’s fight against novel coronavirus has been facing a range of certain hurdles and challenges. In the world’s coronavirus tally, India records the second-largest number of coronavirus cases till date. Considering the increase in the air pollution level, fighting against COVID-19 will cause major setbacks. While both pollution and virus attack lungs, the second most populous country in the world is set to face a lot of strain, not only to tackle the situation, but also to deliver facilities and equipment.

Here’s how air pollution with COVID-19 is a double trouble for Indians:

Covid-19 mixed with air pollution is double-trouble for India?

Scientific studies from a long ago have been showing the connections between air pollution and other respiratory illnesses. In one of the largest studies, about 15% of people worldwide were in a long-term exposure to fine particulate air pollution.

As per the reports generated by Harvard and Emory University, there can be some link between the increased death rate from COVID-19 and long term exposure to pollution. 

In their investigation, they analysed the role of particulate matter, ozone as well as nitrogen oxides in COVID-19 death after comparing death rates to pollution levels and other potential factors.

Don’t miss to watch this Episode by WHO Air pollution & COVID-19

How Toxic Air in India will affect lives?

As per the world health organization, toxic air is able to kill seven million people around a year globally. Also, a short term exposure to air pollution can result in long term respiratory illness. 

Burning of thousands of acres of crops, and celebration of festivals with firecrackers, especially in the northern states of India reveal how human lives are again under great threat.

What can be done?

Don’t forget to follow the covid-19 protection guidelines like practising social distancing, wearing masks, washing hands and sanitizing frequently touched surfaces. Whether it’s about celebrating Diwali or other festivals, avoid burning crackers. One should avoid outdoor activities as much as you can, as air quality may be contaminated. Other than this, have a healthy diet in order to boost immunity.

Also Read: Covid-19: India continues to witness surge in cases for second day

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