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    Former Assam CM Tarun Gogoi passes away

    Veteran Congress leader and former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi passed away on Monday in Guwahati where he had been receiving treatment for post-COVID complications, according to several media reports. The veteran Congress leader was 84. Anguished to learn about the passing away of veteran leader and former Chief Minister of Assam, Shri Tarun Gogoi ji.

  • Yahoo Finance

    4 financial things to review annually

    Investors may avoid all sorts of financial mistakes: Chasing trendy funds/stocks, not matching your investments to your goals, paying too much for the advice, not diversifying enough. A financial review is a lengthy task and can be intimidating. People often misunderstand financial planning with investment planning.

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    Shocking moment! Woman pushed in front of moving train caught on CCTV

    Surveillance footage shows the horrific moment a 40-year-old woman was pushed in front of an oncoming train.

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    Delhi Riots: Umar Khalid and Sharjeel Imam charged with ‘premeditated conspiracy’

    Communal violence had broken out in northeast Delhi on February 24 after clashes between citizenship law supporters and protesters spiralled out of control leaving at least 53 people dead and around 200 injured.

  • Yahoo India Lifestyle Videos

    5 things to do with all your leftover leaves

    COVID-19 wiped off an entire year. Which means you likely have a lot of leftover leaves. Here’s what you can do with all the leaves that you’ve accumulated throughout this year. 1. Take a road trip Interstate travel is now a lot easier. Instead of taking a flight, consider taking a long drive. There numerous places to get away to from major metros without taking a flight. Make that road trip happen. Here are places you can go to (without getting on a flight) from Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi. 2. Head down to Goa Goa has been welcoming tourists from all over the country and the world. So why not head down there? Avoid going to crowded places, of course, but surely a walk on the beach wouldn’t be all that bad, right? 3. Fly to the Maldives If you want to fly international and make your trip an exclusive one, have you considered the Maldives? The island nation has been particularly welcoming of tourists from India so make the most of it! 4. Or consider Mauritius Every Bollywood star is vacationing in the Maldives. If you don’t like that sort of crowd, fly to Mauritius. Mauritius isn’t just stunning, it also offers a year-long visa so you can work from there long after your leaves are over. 5. Stay at home This could well be a great time to experience that beautiful home you bought but rarely ever spent time in. Make the most of this time out and spend a little time in your casa. Explore your own city, cook, or order in. There’s a lot to be done merely by being at home in, well, one’s home. Try it and you’ll be better for it.

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    5 reasons why Mamata needs to worry about BJP's rise in Bengal

    The BJP had won 18 seats from West Bengal in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with a vote share of over 40%, just 3% less than the Trinamool Congress. Its resurgence in the state is a worry for TMC chief Mamata Banerjee.

  • Yahoo Lifestyle

    Mom of two ditches McDonalds 'diet'; loses 38 kilos

    The takeaway addict said her comfort eating had spiralled out of control.

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    How to get fit by January 1

    Step-by-step guide to getting fit New Year is around the corner and you want to start it on a healthy, positive note. But if you’ve spent most of your 2020 not working out, starting suddenly on January 1 isn’t advisable. The best way to start your New Year on a healthy note is by starting small and starting today. Importantly, remember these few mantras that will help change the way you think about fitness. 1. Don’t go for crash diets or programmes Programmes that promise to help you lose impossible amount of weight in a few weeks are not sustainable. Such diets and programmes expect you to resort to extremes. Which is never a good idea. 2. Start small Accept that you need to lose weight and then start taking baby steps towards correcting it. Start by walking for 45 minutes every day. The idea is to not complete, say, 10,000 steps but rather to be able to consistently do something every day for a month, without fail and without giving up. 3. Make other minor changes Instead of doing a crash diet, start by making small changes to your diet that you can sustain. This could be something as simple as starting to have dinner as early as 7 pm or 8 pm. This is a practice you can more easily sustain than giving up carbs or sugar, or going on a cleanse. 4. Start with strength training Strength training doesn’t just increase your metabolism but also helps tone up your muscles. It also helps increase strength, endurance, and energy levels, all of which help you maintain your weight goals. Lifting weight is also shown to improve psychological health, by increasing self-esteem, and self-confidence. 5. Mix things up The key to getting fit and staying fit is to mix up your workout routines. If you’re doing the same cardio or strength exercises, your body will eventually burn fewer calories. By mixing up your workout routine you prevent your body from getting complacent and you from getting bored.

  • Yahoo News

    Why Tejashwi is the biggest loser in the Bihar elections

    Smart slogans and intense campaigning did not make up for Tejashwi Yadav’s regular absenteeism on the ground.

  • Yahoo Celebrity

    Heartbreak, suspicion, ego & rumours destroyed Geeta Dutt's short-lived life

    Tragic Tales: On legendary singer Geeta Dutt’s 90th birth anniversary, we revisit her troubled life.

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