Users Claim Verizon Is Throttling Their Streaming Speeds On Netflix And YouTube

  The University of Delhi has released the fifth cut off list for the Non Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) for admission to courses from the academic term of 2017-18. Candidates who have applied for admission through NCWEB, can check the cut off marks from the official website. Lakshmi Bai College has the highest cut off this list for BA Programme at 74 while the highest cut off for BCom was by Jesus and Mary college at 74. JDM and Miranda House had the next highest cut offs for BA…

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5 natural ingredients and their beauty benefits!

  Looking for natural beauty solution that won’t be harsh on your skin? Here are 5 amazing ingredients that you may have in your kitchen and can work amazingly on your skin and hair. From using a garlic for inflamed pimples to trying turmeric face mask, here’s are five DIY tricks using all-natural ingredients! Garlic   Garlic is known as one of the best home remedies to treat pimples. It is known for its antiviral befits that can actually kill all the bacteria causing acne. All you need to do…

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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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Where Fashion People Do Their Online Holiday Shopping

Moda Operandi, the essential online shopping destination for high-fashion devotees, remains a favorite for holiday gifting. But this season a lucky few can have a whole new kind of shopping experience. Moda Operandi Madison, a two-story townhouse in New York City flawlessly decorated by the retailer’s co-founder, Lauren Santo Domingo, offers an exclusive (by invitation only), personalized experience where clients can peruse everything from the latest fashion collections to sumptuous fine jewelry. For those who can’t stop by the impressive 64th street building, here are a few great places to…

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A financial planner explains why ‘lifestyle creep’ is such a huge problem for people in their 30s

As you enter your 30s and begin to consider marriage, buying a home, or having a kid, it’s more important than ever to get your financial house in order. But as your friends (and foes) begin reaching these milestones, it can be tempting to try and keep up, even if you know you can’t afford it or their goals don’t align with yours. “[S]ometimes that becomes harder in your 30s and 40s when you see all your friends buying a nicer house or nice car, and you start thinking, ‘Well…

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Google Pixel Resellers See Their Google Accounts Locked for Violating Terms of Service

Some of Google’s unwitting users are learning a harsh lesson: If you violate the company’s policies, it can abruptly cut you off from your Gmail account, online photos and other vital digital services. Several people who recently bought Google’s new Pixel phone on behalf of a New Hampshire dealer are now suffering that punishment after the company detected their online purchases and judged they violated its terms of service. Those rules, outlined in a document that few people read closely , forbid the purchase of the Pixel for “commercial” resale….

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Bill Brooks: Top Canadian fashion designers strut their stuff

For those who are au courant on Canada’s fashion industry, it’s old news that Toronto’s Fashion Week was cancelled. You would also be up to snuff on all the acronyms associated with the industry. PFW is Paris Fashion Week. NFW? New York Fashion Week. And so on. Now we don’t have a Calgary Fashion Week (CFW?), but we do have PARK (Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture). The avant organization recently partnered with CAFA (Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards) as part of CAFA’s national event series Fashion Connects. The partnership proved the…

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Freshwater stingrays chew their food just like a goat

A new University of Toronto study has found that some freshwater stingrays from the Amazon chew their food in a similar fashion as mammals. Using a combination of high-speed video and CT scans Matthew Kolmann, a recently graduated PhD in the lab of U of T Scarborough’s Nathan Lovejoy found that as the freshwater stingray Potamotrygon motoro eats it protrudes its jaws away from its skull, shearing from side to side in the process. “It’s pretty extraordinary when you think about it — here’s this bizarre-looking fish from the Amazon…

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LAVISH PARTIES, PRICELESS ART AND WHITNEY HOUSTON AT THEIR WEDDING Incredible lifestyle of the Serbian singer and Russian oligarch who moored their £225m superyacht in the Thames Couple party with the s

LAVISH,PARTIES,,PRICELESS,ART,AND,WHITNEY,HOUSTON,AT,THEIR,WEDDING,Incredible,lifestyle,of,the,Serbian,singer,and,Russian,oligarch,who,moored,their,£225m,superyacht,in,the,Thames Couple,party,with,the,s A £225million superyacht owned by a Russian oligarch moored up alongside warship HMS Belfast in the shadow of the iconic Tower Bridge, last week. The floating palace, which dominated views from the central London landmark, belongs to Andrey Melnichenko and his glamorous wife Aleksandra, reported to boast a £8.5billion fortune. REX FEATURES 8 Andrey and Aleksandra Melnichenko pictured at a fundraising dinner at Hampton Court Palace in 2009 REX FEATURES 8 Model Aleksandra has worked for top fashion houses in London, Paris and Milan Andrey Melnichenko is up there with the…

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Polite couple fail to report unexploded bomb in their cellar as they did not want to wake the neighbours

A father who found an unexploded German bomb in his cellar waited until the next morning to call the police because he “did not want to wake up the neighbours”. Stephen Sin, 44, was mid-way through a clean when he stumbled across the 1930s incendiary device. He and his wife, Janice, eventually reported the discovery to the police – but only after a night’s sleep and a morning of errands. I thought, it’s been down there for 50 years, another couple of hours isn’t going to matterStephen Sin Mr Sin,…

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