Rashami Desai is one of our favourite actresses in the TV industry. She has not only impressed us with her brilliant acting prowess but also stole our hearts with her charming personality and gorgeous looks. As state-imposed lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak has made our lives a little boring, it's Rashami, who has been treating us with her pretty looks to make our quarantine days better. Recently, Dil Se Dil Tak actress shared a couple of pictures on her Instagram feed, where she is shining bright in a yellow mini dress. So, let us take a close look at her outfit and decode it. … [Read more...] about Rashami Desai Shines Bright In One-Shoulder Yellow Mini Dress And It Made Our Quarantine Day Better!
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Don’t Leave The Curls Wild And Free We know how convenient it is to wash your hair and be on the go. It saves you a lot of time and efforts, right? Well, wrong. Leaving your curly hair and especially wet hair is a grave mistake. Your hair will be a mess in no time. So, do not step out with open tresses, no matter how tempting it is. … [Read more...] about Enjoy Tangle-Free Curly Hair With These Smart Hacks
This causes the air sacs to become inflamed, leading to the outpouring of inflammatory materials such as fluid and inflammatory cells into the lungs, developing pneumonia . Consequently, lungs that are filled with inflammatory material become unable to get enough oxygen to the bloodstream and hence reduces the body's ability to take on oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide - the usual cause of death with severe pneumonia . … [Read more...] about Coronaviurus: What Is Covid-19 Pneumonia? How Does It Affect The Lungs?
An example of such cases reported from India is a 29-year-old rail employee in Bihar, a 57-year-old man in West Bengal, a 60-year-old bank officer in Odisha and a young political leader in Kerala. In none of these cases were the authorities able to trace the exact source of the virus. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: What Is Community Transmission? Has It Affected India Yet?
He summarized part of their results: “when the initial score was within the intermediate range, 32% of the EI, 25% of the SN, 29% of the TF, and 30% of the JP labels shifted on the second testing” (emphasis added). In other words, if individuals scored close to the midpoint between two types (extravert and introvert, e.g.) on their first testing, they were still less likely to test as a different type and more likely (68 to 75%) to test as the same type one month later. Pittenger does not report the retest reliability of those that initially scored at the moderate or extreme ends of each type, which one might expect to be even more consistent. … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs