Best Spa in Mumbai for Women giving services at home

Best Spa in Mumbai for Women giving services at home

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Best Spa in Mumbai for Women giving services at home

 

 

There are many spa’s all over the Mumbai but most of them are giving services t their own store or center. Here in this post we will discuss the most important part of getting spa services at home in Mumbai for females. Spa is the best way to get relaxed here in the world of stress and full of work. The most important part of the spa services is they are very relaxing and comfort. When you get any spa service at home, you get more relaxation compare to the service at the center.

 

 

Here we will list some important tips which will be part f home beauty service which can be done by your own.

 

 

 Apple Cider Vinegar Clarifying Shampoo

For those who are using commercial shampoos: To help eliminate any build up in your hair, mix ¼ cup organic apple cider vinegar with 1 cup water. Follow with your usual conditioner.

Elbow and Knee Exfoliate and Skin Brightener

Cut an orange in half and rub it on your elbows and knees. Helps soften those rough patches. And it smells good. (Rinse off the sticky mess when you are done.)

Gentle Body Scrub

Mix a 2 to 1 ratio of olive oil and sea salt to make a quick and effective body scrub. This helps get rid of dead skin cells creating softer, more glowing skin. And this natural beauty tip is much cheaper that expensive store bought body scrubs.

 

 

 

January 26 is celebrated as Republic Day

January 26 is celebrated as Republic Day

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January 26 is celebrated as Republic Day every year and this year we will celebrate our 65th Day of the Republic. This is the national holiday of India which is one of the three major national holidays in India after Gandhi Jayanti and Independence Day. January 26, 1950, the day of India became our fully democratic by strengthening the Indian Constitution in the Indian Parliament. Since that day, we have celebrated on January 26 each year with a lot of love and fun.
A procession starts from Vijay Chowk. The President of India is welcomed by the jawans of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force. There is a display of units of fanfares, tanks and big cannons. They are followed by Jhankis from all states. Each state displays your image in that day and at the end, the best image is assigned. There is an airplane flying colorful fly. At night, some important buildings are lit.
We swear that we will do our utmost for the well-being and peace of our beloved country. We must swear to serve our country with devotion. In the prosperity of our country, alone, lies our glorious future.
Before I begin my speech on such an authentic occasion, I would like to wish all the guests of honor, teachers and dear friends present today. It is my great privilege to have this wonderful opportunity to speak before everyone at this special and important event. We celebrated our constitution of 26 January 1950. It was 67 years ago, our constitution took effect. In this journey of 67 years, our country India has come a long way of change and development. I would like to go on to outline some important phases of our history.
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Indian Navy to Give Permanent Commission to Women

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The Indian Navy announced on April 20, 2016 permanent commission for women officers who have completed seven years in service, the latest gender barrier to come down in the male-dominated military.

Seven women officers from the batch of short service commission officers who joined in 2008-09 have been granted permanent commission, says an official state­ment. The Navy is also considering allowing women officers to serve on select warships.

The Navy allows women officers in short service commission with a maximum tenure of 14 years, render­ing them ineligible for pension that comes with only a minimum of 20 years of service. The army and the airforce already have permanent commission for women.

 

Conditions

According to defence sources, women officers now have to meet four main conditions for perman commission, including medical fitness and good co dential reports.

Women officers will also have to opt for perman commission at the start of their service.

Long a male bastion, the Indian military has over last few years been removing some glaring gene barriers, both in terms of service rules and the nature their jobs.

Last year, the Indian Air Force began allowi women to fly combat planes, keeping with a global tre of opening up the defence forces to female officers.

The government said starting 2017, women offic will be eligible to join as pilots of maritime reconnaissplanes, one of the eight branches to be opened up women officers.

Based on a government order in 2008, the navy h decided to grant such commission only to women w joined after that year and that too only in the educatio law and naval architecture branches.

A separate case is in the Supreme Court, filed by group of women whose short service commission end in 2006.

India to Give Bangladesh's Power-for- All Plan Major Push

India to Give Bangladesh’s Power-for- All Plan Major Push

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India has chipped in to help Bangladesh’s ambitious plan to give electricity to all by 2021 in a big way with an equally ambitious plan to connect the two countries with diesel, LPG and LNG lines.
The plans were discussed and fine-tuned during a three-day visit of Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to Bangladesh that concluded on April 19, 2016.

 

During his visit to Dhaka June last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered Indian support to Bangladesh’s plan to give electricity to all—an area the two countries see a great deal of mutual interest.

Bangladesh has adopted an ambitious plan of _ increasing power generation to 24,000 MW—more than thrice the present power generation-which they say is necessary for transforming the country into a middle- income one.

“Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina said she was greatly encouraged by the positive sentiments of greater co­operation in energy sector between the two countries,” said Pradhan.

India now supplies 2200 MT high-speed diesel from Siliguri marketing terminal of Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) to Parbatipur depot of Bangladesh Petro­leum Corporation (BPC). The plan is now to make this arrangement work on a ‘long-term sustainable basis’.

Then comes the plan of supplying Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to Bangladesh from the facility in Odisha, and integrating with Bangladesh’s supply grid. There is also a proposal to set up an LNG terminal in Moheshkali by Petronet LNG Limited.

Meanwhile, the two sides on April 18, 2016 signed a memorandum of understanding for setting up of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) handling facility at Chittagong. This facility will help supply LPG to Tripura and other north eastern states besides catering to the domestic demand in Bangladesh.

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Visits China

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Visits China

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Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Visits China

 

Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar made two-day visit to China on April 18-19, 2016. As Mr Parrikar kicked off his visit to Beijing with a meeting wi his counterpart, General Chang Wanquan, the People’ Liberation Army (PLA) headquarters he said that Indi attaches highest priority to its relations with China.

Parrikar, who was on his maiden visit to China after assuming – ^

office, said, “India “ attaches highest prio­rity to relations with China and is com­mitted to further deve­loping friendly and cooperative relations

with it-                      Defence minister Manohar Parrikar

On his part, Wang being received by his Chinese coun-j said the Indian defence terpart Gen. Chang Wanquan is minister’s visit was Beijing on April 18,2016. expected to improve “strategic mutual trust between the two armed forces.”

On April 19, 2016 Parrikar visited China’s recently integrated western command military headquarters in Changdu, which looks after China’s border with India.

Chinese Media on India-US Military Ties

On April 18, 2016 China’s state media indicated that military officials might take up the issue of India’s increasing, even if guarded, close military ties with US.

“Last week, US defence secretary Ashton Carter concluded his three-day visit to India and announced that he and his Indian counterpart had agreed in principle that all the issues regarding a Logistics Support Agreement (LSA) are resolved and both sides would finalise the text in the coming weeks. Despite a whole range of strategic issues being covered in the visit, the topic of the logistics agreement itself has triggered speculation among inter­national media that both sides are boarding the same boat to contain China,” the nationalistic Global Times news­paper said in an opinion piece.