Saturday, November 27

Day: November 11, 2016

How to keep skin radiant in winter
ENGLISH, Life Style

How to keep skin radiant in winter

    In the winter season, safeguard yourself against dry and dehydrated skin. Give yourself oil massages, use cream-based products and apply cold cream before sleeping, says an expert. Few tips: * Turn to cream-based products early: If winter is approaching, it's time to turn to skincare products that have cream-based thick moisturizers. So, your light water-based moisturizer will pave way for a heavy and thick cream. Switch over to a milder facewash and use a sunscreen that has moisturiser. While removing make-up too, use moisturizing cleansers and toners. * Give yourself oil massages: Just when you wake up in the morning, give yourself 15 minutes to apply warm oil all over the body, including on the face and the scalp. Leave it for an hour as you finish your morning chores. ...
Donald Trump’s cabinet list leaked: Sarah Palin and Chris Christie among oil tycoons and bankers
America, ENGLISH

Donald Trump’s cabinet list leaked: Sarah Palin and Chris Christie among oil tycoons and bankers

    Sarah Palin, Governor Chris Christie, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, defeated Republican rival Ben Carson and a slew of private sector executives are among the contenders for top positions in Donald Trump’s cabinet. A list of 41 candidates compiled by the President-elect’s transition team has been obtained by Buzzfeed News, covering 13 departments that will make up his powerful cabinet. Ms Palin, the former Alaska Governor who unsuccessfully ran as Vice President in 2008, is one of seven possibilities for Secretary of the Interior, including governors Jan Brewer and Mary Fallin, venture capitalist Robert Grady, oil executive Forrest Lucas and entrepreneur Harold Hamm. Mr Christie, the New Jersey Governor damaged by the “Bridgegate” scandal, is in contention for the p...
Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markle staying with him at Kensington Palace
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markle staying with him at Kensington Palace

    Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markle is understood to have stayed with him at Kensington Palace. The 35-year-old actress reportedly took a break from filming her hit US TV show Suits to fly over to London. She allegedly told studio bosses she had “something important to do” and was understood to have been “desperate” to see the ginger prince. The brunette babe last night reportedly stayed with Harry at his Nottingham Cottage pad, which Prince William and Kate used to live in. Actress Meghan took a break from her busy schedule Meghan was spotted shopping in west London’s posh Kensington High Street, just down the road from the palace - where she is said to have returned with two bulging bags. She was originally due to visit London last weekend but was forced to cance...
North Korea warns Trump will have to face consequences of Obama administration’s policies
America, ENGLISH

North Korea warns Trump will have to face consequences of Obama administration’s policies

    A day after Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president of the US, North Korea stressed that the Kim Jong-un regime would continue to pursue its nuclear programme. An editorial in North Korea's Rodong Sinmun warned the incoming Trump administration would have to face consequences because of President Barack Obama's policies. "If there is anything the Obama administration has done... it has put the security of the US mainland in the greatest danger," the editorial in read. "It has burdened the new administration with the difficulty of facing the Juche [self-reliant] nuclear state." Mentioning what US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's had said in October about attempts to denuclearise North Korea were a "lost cause", the editorial stated that a general con...
Donald Trump could still not become president because of faithless electors and the electoral college
America, ENGLISH

Donald Trump could still not become president because of faithless electors and the electoral college

    It’s still theoretically possible for Donald Trump not to become president. But the near-impossibility all depends on the electoral college and the strange US system. Donald Trump might have won the election by getting more of the votes in the electoral college than Hillary Clinton did. But strictly and legally, it’s not the election that just happened that matters: it’s the one where the members of the electoral college go and represent their voters and pick their candidate. That’s due to happen on 12 December, at meetings in each state where all Republican or Democrat representatives – depending on how each state voted – will cast their vote. And it will almost certainly go one way, with most of the electors casting their ballots for Donald Trump and making him President...