Author Archives: Loknath Das

Side effects of aloe vera could be harmful for you. Watch out for these signs

The aloe vera plant is known for its healing properties and has long been used as a herbal medicine. Scientific studies have also shown how that the plant has antidiabetic effects as it reduces blood sugar levels. The plants, which are native to Africa and Indian Ocean islands, are being incorporated into skincare treatments for conditions such as eczema, dandruff and psoriasis. And its Read More


Home remedies for cold and cough, these 6 DIY methods will cure seasonal illnesses for you

Common cold can be caused by almost 200 viruses, and irrespective of the season can lead to runny nose, fever, cough and congestion for 5-7 days. It’s no surprise that we tend to fall ill during a change in season, when our body is trying to adapt to the weather and our immunity levels may be slightly low, and your body may fall Read More


Cancer patients benefit from positive thinking, can boost survival rate

A positive attitude can help you in all walks of life, and even in cancer. A new study done by the Israel Institute of Technology shows that positive emotions can be helpful in fighting cancer. The new study, titled Modulation of anti-tumour immunity by the brain’s reward system, was published in the science journal Nature. It claims that there is a Read More


Barley Water For Weight Loss: How Does Jau Help You Lose Weight?

Losing weight is a constant battle between all the processed and junk foods you have to say goodbye to and all the healthy foods you need to say hello to! If you are one of them, we understand what you go through every single day. Losing weight is not a cakewalk, and can at time get  little strenuous too; following Read More


Benefits Of Drinking Water: 8 Ways To Ensure You Are Having Enough Water

Experts around the world cannot emphasise enough on the need to stay hydrated at all times. Also dubbed as the elixir of life, water controls and manages several critical functions like digestion, transporting nutrients and oxygen to the cells, preventing constipation and maintaining the electrolyte (sodium) balance. The body also eliminates water through urine and sweat, which is why it Read More


Rose Tea: 5 Weight Loss Benefits And Easy Ways To Make It At Home!

Rose is a flower that has wide-ranging uses in cooking as well. From using it to decorate sweets to making gulkand and rose sherbet out of the dried petals, Indians have been using rose flowers in foods and drinks since ages. Rose also finds a lot of use in cosmetics and organic creams and ointments. It has a host of health benefits Read More


I Took the iPhone SE on a Trip and It’s Still a Great Secondary Phone

HIGHLIGHTS The iPhone SE was first launched in March 2016 Performance and camera quality is great for a two-year old phone An iPhone SE 2 is expected around September this year The iPhone SE 2 has recently been tipped for a launch in September this year, as dozens of leaks and rumours continue to circulate the Internet. Interestingly, one of the most notable aspects Read More


Jio Phone 2 vs Nokia 8110 4G: Price, Specifications, Features Compared

Jio Phone 2 price in India is Rs. 2,999 as part of an introductory offer HIGHLIGHTS Jio Phone 2 will support WhatsApp, YouTube, Facebook at launch It will be available from August 15 Both the 4G feature phones sport 2.4-inch displays At its annual AGM, Reliance took the opportunity to launchthe Jio Phone 2 in India. The feature phone saw a lot of improvements from Read More


How to Install MIUI 10 Beta on Redmi Note 5 Pro or Another Xiaomi Phone

MIUI 10 beta can be installed easily, but you shouldn’t do it on your primary device HIGHLIGHTS Anyone can now try out MIUI 10 thanks to the Global beta Xiaomi has released the Global Beta for select devices You probably shouldn’t install it on your primary device The MIUI 10 Global Beta has been released and in this guide, we Read More


Education-focused REITs as capital source for schools

REITs provide long-term growth capital minus the debt burden to school owners. Photo: Mint India has over 497 million people in the education-seeking category of 5-24 years, or 37.1% of the country’s total population, according to the United Nations. Of these, 377 million young Indians fall in the school-going category of 5-19 years—this demographic dividend has generated considerable optimism, given Read More