Go-Jek’s lifestyle services now available in separate app

Online-based transportation app Go-Jek introduced a separate mobile app for its lifestyle-related services on Feb. 1. The Go-Life app features the signature services of Go-Jek, which include Go-Massage, Go-Clean, Go-Auto and Go-Glam. Dailysocial.id reported that the company had also added several new features, such as a two-week prior booking option for Go-Glam and service extension and favorite therapist option in Go-Massage. Read also: Blue Bird taxi becomes Go-Car partner Go-Life co-founder and co-head Dayu Dara said that the new app aimed to ease the company’s efforts in creating new innovations…

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Ivyrevel’s Customized Dresses Are Created Using Your Lifestyle Data

Ivyrevel, the digital fashion house launched by H&M, has teamed up with Google to create a dress personalized to each wearer by their own data. Ivyrevel worked with Google and production company MediaMonks to develop the project. Each dress is designed using a smartphone app that tracks each customer’s activity and lifestyle. The user needs to carry their phone wherever they go for a week, and the following week the app will use its knowledge of their lifestyle to create the design, interpreting the data into a custom-made Ivyrevel dress….

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Four startups that are helping Indian consumers make a lifestyle statement with their unique and quirky products

This article is sponsored by Haywards 5000 Hausla Buland Academy There are two main segments of consumers who dominate the Indian market today. The first loves mass manufactured products: that are in vogue, promises value for money when it comes to prices, and stays in sync with current trends. The second segment consists of those who want to create a distinct identity for themselves that reflects personal preferences, ethos, culture, aesthetics, and helps them make a style statement. This thirst for identity is reflected in their choice of everyday products and services….

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39% cancers could be prevented by healthy lifestyle: DAK

ctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that more than a third of all cancers could be prevented by adopting a healthy lifestyle. President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said that choosing a healthy lifestyle could help in lowering the risk of various types of cancers. A major study from “World Cancer Research Fund” found that 39% of 12 major cancers could be avoided by adopting a healthy lifestyle. There is a growing body of evidence that physical activity helps to maintain a healthy weight that would assist…

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Unhealthy lifestyle may cause 17.6 million cancer-related deaths globally in 30 years – WHO

] The World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that the world may record more than 17 million cancer-related deaths in the next 20 to 30 years if unhealthy lifestyle choices should continue. Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO Regional Director for Africa, said in a statement released in Abuja on Saturday that African countries would be the most affected by the disease. “Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, with approximately 8.8 million cancer-related deaths in 2015. “Within the next 20-30 years, the global death rate due to cancer is expected to…

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World Cancer Day: This Deadly Lifestyle Disease Kills Close to 9 Million Annually

Undeniably, cancer has assumed a menacing character in the world of lifestyle diseases. According to the World Health Organisation, there were an estimated 14 million new instances of cancer in the year 2012 which are on rise ever since. According to the official reports, these numbers are expected to rise by a whopping 70% over the next twenty years. In the year 2015 close to 9 million people across the globe died due to cancer. Every 1 in 6 deaths in the world is caused by cancer which, at present,…

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Desire to maintain lavish lifestyle forces students to take up crime’

HYDERABAD: Students and their greed for affluent lifstyle drives them to commit crimes, say police and psychologists. As many as 20 city-based students have been caught in different offences last year. Many of them hailed from well-to-do families. While interrogating the students apprehended for chain snatching, robberies, extortion and drug peddling, the police identified similar answers from them. They either want to spend money to live a luxurious life without telling their parents or think they can get away easily as they are over-pampered by their parents. Radhika Acharya, a…

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Milind Soman unveils active lifestyle brand for women, Deivee

Actor, model and fitness evangelist Milind Soman on Friday unveiled his latest offering for Indian women, an active lifestyle brand called Deivee. Deivee pronounced as ‘Devi’ means goddess and aspires to help women connect with the goddess within her. Deivee is an active lifestyle brand with a range of specialised clothing for various activities such as running, walking, Yoga, swimming and gym wear Milind Soman has always been at the forefront of women’s fitness and has spearheaded the Pinkathon initiative for years. This is his way of aiding Indian women…

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Toyota Hilux Lifestyle Pickup spied, could be launched in India soon

We caught the lifestyle pickup truck from Toyota, the Hilux, ferrying on Delhi roads. For the uninitiated, the new Fortuner is based on the pickup and this reason is strong enough to get anyone curious about it. The Hilux received the next-gen model months before the new Fortuner was launched. It might be an unheard term in this part of the world but the Hilux isn’t an alien term globally, and has proven its worth since its inception in 1968. Till now, over 16 million units of the Hilux have…

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Flashy lifestyle lands delhiites in traffic trouble

NEW DELHI: You don’t have to jump a signal to be fined. In 2016, more than 50,000 Delhiites were handed over challans by the police for jazzing up their cars with flashy lights, shiny gadgets, tinted glass and playing loud music. According to police, smoking while driving, playing loud music, using striking number plates, blinding top lights and modifying the car could land you in trouble. Besides penalty, your driving license could also be impounded. A total of 1,000 people were penalised for playing loud music in their cars last…

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