Radhika Apte defies conventions. Her road to success has not been the classic one. She has created a niche for herself and is also the most featured Indian actress on Netflix. Radhika has done the most unconventional films such as 'Shor in the City', 'Manjhi - The Mountain Man', etc. Also, now she has a Netflix mini-series called 'Ghoul' based on her. So, career-wise, she is quite an inspiration to the budding actors or even to those people, who like to think outside the box. … [Read more...] about On Radhika Apte’s Birthday, Her 7 Incredible And Wow-worthy Gowns
She enhanced her look with comfy sports shoes and a metallic black hued box-styled purse. She also carried a bigger chic white bag with her. We loved her black coloured shades but most of all it was her polka-dotted bandana that made her look so distinctive. … [Read more...] about Rekha’s IIFA 2018 First Look Is What All Young Girls Need To Try
This article, Part 3, asks questions about what setpoints society may have, and when unhealthy, what might we do to improve them. The answers provided are based on 3 recent conversations I had with 3 experts about allostasis and resilience: The first was with neurobiologist Peter Sterling, who coined the term allostasis along with Joseph Eyer in the 1980s, the second with neuroscientist Sung Lee who has advanced the concepts of allostasis in the PAO, and a third interview with Kevin Gallagher, author, attorney and founder of Emergent Resilience – a nonprofit that helps organizations build resilience in tumultuous times. … [Read more...] about Understanding Allostasis: Can Society Change Its Setpoints?
Malaika Arora turned showstopper on Day 3 of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020 on February 14 in a stunning red lehenga. She walked the ramp for the designer Varun Chikkilam who debuted at LFW this season. For the show, Malaika paired a gorgeous marron embellished lehenga with muted-pink makeup and looked sparklingly beautiful. … [Read more...] about Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2020: Malaika Arora Looks Graceful In Sparkling Makeup!
Infectious disease outbreaks have long led to discriminatory treatment toward minority communities. Chinese migrants, in particular, have been unfairly targeted in outbreaks at least as far back as the San Francisco plague outbreak in the early 1900s. From such historical cases, when minorities in the U.S. have been targeted, we know what to do to spread an epidemic like coronavirus faster. … [Read more...] about How to Spread Coronavirus