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Meet friends, attend parties to keep brain healthy

Meet friends, attend parties to keep brain healthy

An easy way to keep your brain healthy and sharp is to meet friends, attend parties and or just play bingo! Frequent social activities may help prevent or delay cognitive decline in old age, says a research conducted by the Rush University Medical Centre. “It’s logical to think that when someone’s cognitive abilities break down, they are less likely to go out and meet friends, enjoy a camping trip, or participate in community clubs,” says Bryan James, who led the study, reports the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.

 

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The secret world of travel coupons

The secret world of travel coupons

TRAVELLERS are increasingly turning to online travel coupons in a bid to slash the cost of their holidays.

While most coupons offer smalls discounts, some can save you hundreds of dollars off flights, accommodation or car rental.

These discounts are often hard to find and don’t last for long so we’ve put together a list of some of the best websites to help you in your search for savings.

What are travel coupons?

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Thank you: Diwali Milan in Auckland

Thank you: Diwali Milan in Auckland

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Diwali Milan was organized by Bihar Jharkhand Sabha (association) in Auckland on 30th November 2010 at the residence of Shri Sanjeev Prasad in Manukau, Auckland.
 
The participants were  Shri Sanjeev & Smt Kalpana Prasad, Shri Ajay & Smt Rekha Verma, Shri Rahul Kumar  & Smt  Arati Prasad,  Shri Nisheeth & Smt Sushma Prakash, Shri Narendra & Veneeta Deva, Shri Rajeev Ranajan & Smt Chris Ranjan & Smt Neelam Garg. The younger generation of Bihari & Jharkhand also participated  enthusiastically.

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Dual citizenship a hit amongst PIOs

Dual citizenship a hit amongst PIOs

MUMBAI: In less than four years since the government gave Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) a second chance to reconnect with the country of their forefathers, more than half a million foreign nationals have acquired the coveted Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI).

Popularly known as ‘dual citizenship’, OCI was first mooted in December 2005 to woo the rich and influential Indian diaspora from across the world. Recently, the scheme was in news when Nobel laureate V S Naipaul, whose ancestors belonged to UP’s Gorakhpur, was given a hard time by overzealous babus in London when he applied for the card. Naipaul was asked to provide documents to prove that his ancestors indeed lived in India.

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