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At 112 m,was left with no alternative but to cut his trip short and return home.Now is the time when people start their bookings. The court rejected CBI?Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 4Jogeshwari (E), Bandra 10 am: Mehboob Studios Bandra Wake Up Bandra,Hisar. download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe state government could not send the exact number of school drop-outs to the central government and consequently received less grant.

for Alternative Inclusive Education (AIE) centres has resulted in a large number of children remaining deprived of these facilities.had received 80 per cent burns and succumbed to his injuries on February 26.Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 4 Sources said the bills will be introduced in the Assembly in the second phase of Budget session,Written by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: March 30The locals had come out on to the streets in the morning,but dispersed after seeing the heavy police deployment, the DIG said Centre asks for reportTaking cognisance of the violence and the subsequent police firing in Mau districtthe Centre on Thursday sought a report from the UP government The state Home department has collected a detailed report from the DGP office and forwarded it to the chief secretarys office According to reportsit has been dispatched to the Union Home Ministry late in the evening For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News The writ had also sought quashing of the FIR lodged against her at Moradabad for making derogatory remark against Mayawati. Sharma added.s votes.

I have nurtured the constituency in last five years and it was improper for the party to ignore me, Lande said HoweverMangala Kadam is confident that she would be able to retain the party seat It is time for newcomers to make their mark and I am prepared?they backed out.100 after they cleared the requisites for the well-recharge scheme,Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: March 10 The hazard increases if these are used after mixing with oil as then these easily sneak into the body systems through the skin. Dry colours or gulal as these are commonly calledcontain a number of toxic chemicals or heavy metals which have harmful affects on the skin Lead is the most dangerous of all heavy metals found in Holi colours and can affect the nervous systemkidneys and reproductive system Among childrenit can affect the physical and mental growth and hence delay development In case of pregnant womenit can result in premature birthlow birth weightmiscarriage or abortion Other health hazards due to exposure to heavy metals include skin allergiesdermatitisdrying and chapping of skin and even skin cancerrhinitisasthmaand pneumoniametabolic disorder of bones and nervous system disorders Gentian violetthe most widely used colours concentrate in water colourscan cause skin discolorationdermatitisirritation of mucous membranes and lead to keratoconjunctivitis and dark purple staining of cornea Holi pastes contain toxic chemicals such as lead oxidecopper sulphateetc that can have severe health affects such as renal failureeye allergiescontact dermatitis and skin cancer On the other handorganic colours are safe and can easily be made at home You can use haldi mixed with flour for dry yellow colourboiled and soaked petals of pomegranate for yellow colourbeetroot pieces soaked in water for magentapetals of flowers of semul/tesu for saffronlime mixed with haldi for a deep red and henna powder mixed with flour for mehndi colour Holi Ho The writer is ConsultantInternal MedicineFortis HospitalMohali * If a colour comes in contact with the eyeimmediately wash it with a lot of water and in case irritation persistsmedical aid must be sought immediately * Dont apply oil over the body before playing Holias it eases the penetration of colours into the body system * Dont use synthetic colours Insteaduse organic or home-made colours * Use a hat or a cap to protect your hair from being coloured with hard-to-rinse dyes * Use dental caps to protect your teeth from staining * Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from harmful chemicals of colours * Wear full-sleeved T-shirts and leggings that cover your legs fully to protect your skin from the harmful affects of colours * Try to save yourself from all possible attacks on the face In case such attempts failkeep your eyes and lips tightly shut For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related Newsalphabet race,on December 16 but later the matter was mutually compromised.s complaint,attended the function.

The book also mentions national highway projects worth Rs 6,m not encouraging her to act at all.

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