Wednesday, June 28

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8 Foods to make your hair grow faster and longer

8 Foods to make your hair grow faster and longer

Health
Who doesn't want thick, black, and long hair? Many a times, you must have noticed that your hair is taking too long to grow. This could be frustrating. Healthy hair comes from good genes. Also, a lot depends on your diet and how you take care of your hair. People eat a lot of junk that hardly has any nutrients. These unhealthy foods have a negative impact on body and hair. You may suffer from damaged hair or even hair fall. You have to essentially enhance your diet and make sure that it is positively giving an effect. Nourishment is the key to lustrous and long hair. Go through this article to understand what kind of food can help you achieve good hair. Take a look at the following foods that can help you grow your hair faster. 1. Nuts Add nuts as a vital part in your daily...
Incredible Hulk comes to the rescue of a fan at a comic convention

Incredible Hulk comes to the rescue of a fan at a comic convention

Entertainment
Actor and bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno, best known for his role as The Incredible Hulk, played real-life superhero at the Fanboy Expo's Knoxville Comic Con in Tennessee last week, when he came to the aid of a man who was having a seizure. It started when a fan named Ted McAlister visited the actor's convention booth. While looking through pictures, he began leaning forward, Ferrigno recalled. "You could tell he was a little shy," Ferrigno told the Knoxville News Sentinel. "I thought he was trying to tell me something, and then I realised there's something wrong with the picture. And then he started to collapse and fall backwards. "I ran to grab him to make sure he wouldn't injure himself." According to the fan's father, Ferrigno jumped into action, clearing his booth and ...
Record Chelsea bid for Sandro

Record Chelsea bid for Sandro

Sport
Chelsea are on the verge of agreeing a £61 million (S$107 million) deal for Alex Sandro with Juventus that would make the left-back the most expensive defender in the world. The Premier League champions would also break their transfer record, set when they signed Fernando Torres for £50 million from Liverpool in 2011. The fee would eclipse the £50 million that Chelsea received when they sold David Luiz to Paris Saint-Germain three years ago. Sandro, 26, indicated to Juventus on Sunday that he was keen to move to London after the Italian champions attempted to persuade him to stay. Juventus have offered the Brazil international an improvement on his £75,000-a-week deal, which runs until 2022, but are unlikely to keep him against his wishes. He can expect to be paid at lea
Google Earth comes to the classroom with new educational tours and lesson plans

Google Earth comes to the classroom with new educational tours and lesson plans

Technology
In April, Google introduced a revamped, reimagined version of Google Earth, which included a number of new features that go beyond visualizing the planet through the use of maps and satellite imagery, to also allow users to explore the world through tours, and learn about its many wonders. Today, Google announced it’s bringing Google Earth to the classroom. The new version of Google Earth introduced a feature called Voyager, offering a showcase of guided tours from scientists, nonprofits, and other storytellers and organizations. The tours let you explore a region or multiple locales, through the use of photos, 360-degree videos, and Google Maps Street View, along with text. At launch, there were tours from groups like BBC Earth, Jane Goodall, Sesame Street, and NASA available. At th
Apple just released the first iOS 11 beta to everyone

Apple just released the first iOS 11 beta to everyone

Technology
Are you excited about trying out the new features coming up with iOS 11. If that’s the case, Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 11. It is now available to download for everyone. You don’t need to pay $99 for a developer account to download it. But remember, it is still a beta. While the company still plans to release the final version of iOS 11 this fall, Apple is going to release regular public betas over the summer. This way, the company can iron out the bugs and test new features on a large group of users. Apple released the second developer beta just last week, so it’s safe to say that this first public beta is more or less the same build as the one in the developer channel. But remember, you shouldn’t install an iOS beta on your primary iPhone or iPad. Some thin
Trump and Modi: Burgeoning bromance?

Trump and Modi: Burgeoning bromance?

News
Modi hails US as India's primary partner after positive meeting between two leaders at White House US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraced each other as friends and partners Monday, pledging their quest for economic growth would strengthen rather than undermine ties between the world’s two largest democracies. While Trump’s relations with some traditional allies have got off to rocky start, he and Modi appeared to strike up an immediate rapport in their first meeting, with the pair exchanging hugs in the White House Rose Garden in front of reporters. Any differences over issues such as immigration and climate change were kept behind closed doors and they instead vowed to work more closely on issues such as combatting terrorism, the war in Afg
Federer set to wield the SABR at Wimbledon

Federer set to wield the SABR at Wimbledon

Sport
What started as a bit of fun may just have led to a masterstroke. It was the summer of 2015 when, on the suggestion of his coach, Severin Luthi, Federer unleashed the SABR, the “Sneak Attack By Roger”. Charging forward as his opponent tossed the ball, Federer would return serve on the half-volley, rushing the server. The tactic gave Federer an extra dimension and put doubt into the mind of his opponents, who were never sure if and when he would try it. But it seems that the SABR may have also been the catalyst for the improvement in Federer’s backhand that was so instrumental in helping him to Australian Open victory at the start of this year, and looks set to spearhead his assault on Wimbledon. At 35, after six months out following knee surgery, Federer stunned the tennis
Panda mania hits Germany as China’s cuddly envoys arrive

Panda mania hits Germany as China’s cuddly envoys arrive

World
Germany had its first taste of panda mania on Saturday  (June 24) as two furry ambassadors arrived from China to begin a new life as stars of Berlin’s premier zoo. The pair, named Meng Meng and Jiao Qing, jetted in on a special Lufthansa cargo plane, accompanied by two Chinese panda specialists, the Berlin Zoo’s chief vet and a tonne of bamboo. A crowd of journalists and officials on hand to welcome the VIPs let out an “ooooh” as Meng Meng raised a paw after flight LH8415 made an especially gentle touchdown at Schoenefeld airport. The black and white pair, clearly groggy after the 12 hour 20 minute flight from Chengdu in southern China, lay resting in their travelling crates during the welcome ceremony in a hangar. Until, that is, the Chinese ambassador to Berlin got a litt
Macron stays in the news thanks to micro management

Macron stays in the news thanks to micro management

News
French president’s media strategy hinges on rationing his public appearances to add weight to his words. Donald Trump tweets five times a day and regularly gives extended interviews. Since Emmanuel Macron became president of France last month, voters have barely heard from him. Macron has had one short conversation with a newspaper, left tweeting to his communications team and avoided direct contact with the traditional media. The glimpses the French public has had of its 39-year-old leader have largely been confined to set-piece events with foreign dignitaries, tightly controlled speeches and made-for-Facebook video clips, such as his snub to the US President at a Nato summit in Brussels. Pollsters reckoned the approach would give him a historic majority in the National Assembl
Aveo: Exploitation of the elderly rife in retirement villages

Aveo: Exploitation of the elderly rife in retirement villages

News, World
Residents of the multi-billion-dollar retirement village industry have described buying into a retirement village as a "financial sinkhole". A joint investigation by the ABC's Four Corners and Fairfax Media into retirement village company Aveo has uncovered exorbitant fees and complex contracts. One former resident describes Aveo's business practices as "totally rapacious, I don't know how they get away with it". Fairfax Media and Four Corners spoke to current and former residents, their children, lawyers, former Aveo staff and lobby groups and found several alarming business practices at Aveo — including safety issues, misleading marketing and advertising and property sales. The joint investigation obtained numerous Aveo contracts, which included clauses some lawyers described a