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Women always tend to forget about their own well-being while they always take care of their family members and put their needs ahead. Be it about health or entertainment, for a woman, it's always either her parents, siblings, partners or kids who come first. However, the fact remains that in India, women suffer from various health issues because of this lack of awareness and care. Bournvita releases this awesome video #DontForgetYourself which sends out a very important message.

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The festival of colors is here and while we can’t wait to get soaked in colors and make merry, it’s one occasion when we really can harm our eyes, skin, hair etc. Let’s see how we can keep ourselves safe from harmful chemicals and still can have fun.

Applying oil in the hair from root to tip is a sure shot way of protecting it from the colors. If you coat your hair with good quality hair oil such as Lotus Herbals, Dabur, Bajaj, Dove, Indulekha etc,, your hair will not hold much of colors and when you wash it after Holi, it will return to its original health. Ponytails and braids are good options to keep your hair tied and unexposed to an extent.

When you play Holi, you spend a lot of time outdoor and tend to forget the harsh effect of sunlight on your skin while having fun. So, a sunscreen is a must for you on the day of Holi. L’Oreal, Ustraa, Kama Ayurveda are among the good brands which have good sunscreens to offer.   

Footwear is another important consideration and you should totally shelve your sneakers or expensive leather shoes while playing Holi and bring out those rubber flip flops for the occasion. Flip flops are mostly washable, so you can easily wash off the stains and your toes will thank you for keeping them free and ventilated while playing Holi. Skechers, Nike and almost all other leading brands have good quality, comfortable flip flops to offer.

Not just your face but also your arms, legs and other exposed body parts need special care before colors are splashed. So, choose a good quality lotion and apply it all over so that colors don’t penetrate deep through the skin pores. Nivea, Himalaya, Ponds etc. brands offer good body and hand lotions; you can choose as per your preference and budget.

We wish all our readers a very happy and safe Holi.

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It’s an eternal struggle of a mother or a wife to plan a balanced diet for her kids and husband. When it comes to snacking, it becomes even a bigger challenge because of the availability of numerous packaged snack options in the market.

A typically balanced meal for an adult individual would always be a combination of good carb, protein, veggies and enough fluid. If you love Indian food, rotis or paranthas made of multigrain Atta and vegetables are good meal choice for you. However, if you like non-vegetarian food, you can try mixing eggs and meat with your paranthas.

The real problem though is the snacking. The ‘in-between’ meals hunger is what always throws you the bigger challenges. Be it an evening snack or a late night cravings, you tend to pick up a pack of chips or namkeens, a bottle of fizzy drink or a chocolate bar. Although there’s not much harm in having them once in a while, if you happen to fall for such traps every now and then, then you should think how you can curb such cravings.

 Cookies, cakes, namkeens – almost everything contains flour (mostly maida). What if you substitute maida with multigrain aata (Aashirvaad Atta with multigrains is a very good choice for you) and bake cookies or cakes etc. It will be doubly awesome if you throw in dry-fruits, nuts, dried fruits etc. into your cakes and cookies.

If you are not a cookie or cake person, you can try fruits with cottage cheese or home-made hung yogurt; for example, split banana and cut strawberry with cottage cheese. Epigamia, Dannon etc are good yogurt brands which are readily available in the market.

It’s not really difficult to eat healthy; all it takes is a little planning and a lot of strong will.

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Viacom18 Media Pvt. Ltd. is India’s one of the biggest entertainment networks which has given us many big brands like Colors. Viacom18 is a joint venture of TV18 and Viacom Inc. and it is involved in entertainment offerings through air, online, in-shop and through cinemas.

Looking at ‘Colors’, its offering is vast and is a mix of family shows, reality shows, comic shows etc. To name a few of the channel’s popular shows; Jhansi ki Rani, Tantra, Gathbandhan, Kesari Nandan, Naagin 3 and etc. are currently being aired.

The channel has an array of web excusive series such as Court room, Khatron ke Khiladi, Kitchen Champion etc. which have considerable number of dedicated viewers. Among upcoming attractions, the channel has FBB Femina Miss India 2019, Rising Star Season 3, Ali Baba aur Chalis Chor in its kitty.

Coming to the most entertaining event in any Indian’s life – which is Cricket! Come March and the mighty IPL (Indian Premier League) knocks on our doors. 2019 season is going to be the 12th season of the tournament which has made Twenty20 Cricket as popular as it is today.

‘Colors’ is one of the two principal sponsors of one of the most popular teams of IPL – Mumbai Indians. ‘Mumbai Indians’ has won the championship 3 times, previously. Here’s a shout out to all Cricket lovers – let’s gear up for some heavy doses of 20-20 Cricket before the mighty ICC World Cup 2019 starts from May 30th, 2019.  

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Kerala state Rubber Co-operative Ltd. (Rubco) has a special character in the business arena and it has done something which is beyond just doing business. The company has redefined the way the co-operative sector functions and set the pace for the co-operative movement in Kerala today, the brand’s corporate site says.

Founded in 1997, Rubco started its journey with the objective of effectively utilizing the plentiful rubber resources of Kerala. Today, from a single unit company, Rubco has grown into a Rs.280 crore conglomerate with well-diversified operations and a market presence extending beyond the boundaries of Kerala.

Rubco manufactures and markets a variety of products. Their product range starts from footwear to furniture, from panel board to sleeping systems, from treat Rubber to coconut oil. The brand also manages multiple businesses such as Rubco Hawai Chappal Factory, Rubco Rubberised Coir Mattress Factory, Rubco Virgin Coconut Oil Project, Rubco Rubber Compound Mixing Plant etc.

 Rubco has also entered into technological alliances with world leaders in the respective fields; the brand has done substantial investments in modern manufacturing facilities. Rubco is managed professionally by industry experts and ably supported by a committed workforce.  Rubco is now poised to enter a high growth phase, with several new initiatives that will take the Group on a path of expansion and diversification.

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India has finally started recognizing, valuing and celebrating her ‘super girls’ who are out there to conquer the corporate world. Women have always been superstars of their territories but for a long time, the corporate world was considered to be a man’s forte. But in modern India, more and more women are proving themselves in all spheres of life including entrepreneurship and highest level of corporate management.

Here are a few of the super women from the corporate world who have not just made their families proud but also the country:

Indu Jain

Who doesn’t know Times of India? But only a few would know that Indu Jain who belongs to the Sahu Jain family is the current chairperson of India’s largest media group, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd., which owns the Times of India and other large newspapers.

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

The chairman and MD of Biocon, Dr. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is a woman of strong will and iron determination which has led her company to become one of the biggest biotechnology brands of the country. She is also one of the richest women in India.

Naina Lal Kidwai

Naina Lal Kidwai is the country head of HSBC, who has played a critical role in monitoring functions and services of this bank throughout her career. She was the first woman to head an international bank and also the first Indian woman to graduate from Harvard Business School.

Indra Nooyi

One of the most well-known faces amongst successful Indian women entrepreneurs -Indra Nooyi is the CFO and President of PepsiCo. Beginning her career in India, Nooyi held product manager positions at Johnson & Johnson and textile firm Mettur Beardsell. Nooyi joined PepsiCo in 1994 and was named president and CFO in 2001. Her strong acumen for business has helped the company garner 30 billion dollars worth of crucial deals within two years.

Mallika Srinivasan

Mallika Srinivasan has made a name for herself in a primarily male dominated industry. She is the chairman and CEO of Tractors And Farm Equipment (TAFE). A graduate from Wharton School, Mallika has taken TAFE to rank among the top three tractor companies.

Let's pray our tribute to all the iron ladies of our country who are making us proud, not just on Women’s Day, but every day.

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