It's the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi and there are celebrations happening all over the country. The festival brings a lot of joy, happiness and warmth to one and all, as there are family gatherings, pujas, food, dance and well-wishes that make the festival very special. Also, Bollywood celebrities such as Madhuri Dixit and others took to Twitter to wish everyone a happy Ganesh Chaturthi and social media is abuzz with the festive mood. We have collated 5 best songs that honour Lord Ganapati and all the biggest stars of Bollywood such as Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Ranveer Singh and others have grooved to the Ganapati Bappa beats that'll you set in a festive mood in a jiffy. Watch the songs below... 1. Deva Shree Ganesha - Agneepath Deva Shree Ganesha is one of the most popular songs and can be heard playing all around the country. The beats will set you up right to the festive spirit as its filled with energy. Only Hrithik Roshan could pull off something … [Read more...] about Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: 5 Best Songs That Will Set The Festive Spirit!
If you haven’t already realised, we are just a week away from Christmas. No doubt, your calendar must be filling up fast – as limited as our options are, chances are there’s going to be a cosy dinner with the man, intimate cocktails with work buddies or even small get-togethers with friends. In any case, you’ll probably need to give good face at some point. Hence, the time has come to shake off the cobwebs on that sparkly Urban Decay eye palette and blow off the dust on those cute Gucci lippies . But after so many months of working from home sans makeup, can you still pull off a smokey eye or at least draw a flawless wing-tip with an eyeliner? Don’t worry, because we’ve got five easy DIY tricks to help you look like a makeup pro. READ: Treat yourself: Best under S$500 designer bags to invest in this festive season DRAMATIC EYELINER View this post on Instagram A post shared by CHANEL BEAUTY … [Read more...] about Makeup skills rusty after months of WFH? Easy tips to glam up for the festive season
SINGAPORE: Stricter COVID-19 measures that were introduced before Chinese New Year will remain in place for a few weeks after festivities are over, said Education Minister Lawrence Wong on Friday (Feb 19). The measures, which include a cap of eight visitors per household per day, have been in place since Jan 26 after a rise back then in the number of community cases. “Since then, the situation has improved but it’s too early to say what happens,” said Mr Wong, co-chair of the COVID-19 task force, as he noted that the virus has an “incubation time”. “So we will monitor one, two, a few weeks after the New Year celebrations and festivities are over,” he said. “And if the situation remains stable, under control, then we will review and we will consider the measures again and see whether or not there is scope for us to adjust.” READ: Seniors aged 70 and above to get COVID-19 vaccination letters over next 3 weeks: MOH Speaking to reporters during a visit to a COVID-19 … [Read more...] about Tighter COVID-19 measures will remain for a few weeks after Chinese New Year festivities: Lawrence Wong
Font size: A - | A + 1 Global warming impact on Silická ľadnica Over the past decades, speleologists have observed the melting of ice in the Silická ľadnica cave in the Rožňava district. “I first visited the cave in 1972 and it was glaciated, there were ice stalagmites and stalactites, ice falls. Since then, ice has been vanishing from there,” Ľudovít Gaál of the State Nature Conservancy – Slovak Caves Administration told the TASR newswire. Due to lack of ice in winter, which subcools the underground space as it slides down into the cave, the water seeping into the cave during spring rainfalls does not freeze. The same problem has occurred in many other ice caves around the country, including Dobšinská Ice Cave below. Dobšinská Ice Cave (Source: TASR) “There is a danger that one day this cave will be completely ice-free,” Gaál said, adding the impact of global warming can be felt. Silická ľadnica is not open to … [Read more...] about Roundup: A Slovak short film’s hat trick at a Los Angeles festival
Company Kamupene, written and performed by Jamie McCaskill, Tikapa Productions/The Māori Sidesteps Collective, BATS Theatre, until February 27, reviewed by Sonya Stewart. Set in 1868 during the New Zealand Land Wars, the Māori outfit of Company Kamupene (composed of five not so elite, special or unified men) was formed to bring balance between the Crown and Māori. Hand-picked by a mysterious and anonymous contractor, the team is led by Captain Māori who is “half caste, but very Māori”. Under his leadership are Sergeant Anahera (the antithesis of diplomacy), “needle in the haystack” sniper Corporal Kikorangi, conflicted Doctor Hōpe and the gentle, optimistic Maiti who isn’t sure how he got there. These secret soldiers want to “change the face of New Zealand for New Zealand’s future face”. READ MORE: New Zealand Fringe Festival: A slice of what's on Girl in the Loft: Personal take on slice of London theatre history endearing and wonderfully executed The outfit … [Read more...] about Fringe Festival: ‘Company Kamupene’ covers one battle in powerful satire