Due to this, apple cider vinegar can offer relief to an itchy and inflamed scalp.ACV contains most of the nutrients as apple cider. These plant compounds help fight free radicals and prevent cell damage, ease inflammation, and promote overall health.How To Use Apple Cider Vinegar For Dandruff?Apple cider vinegar can be used in various ways to treat dandruff.Dilute apple cider vinegar in warm water in a 1:1 ratio. You can follow these steps once or twice weekly.Add a few drops of tea tree oil to a solution of apple cider vinegar and water. Rinse hair with water after about 10 minutes. Remember to not overdo ACV treatments, and avoid leaving ACV on your scalp and hair for too long.
ladderprimary classesKarnatakaKeralaRight to EducationRTE quotaState data points out that it may be difficult to retain students as they move up thein school. 96.07 per cent of students who joinare retained in(national average: 88.97 per cent). However, a section of students end up losing interest in or are forced to drop out of schools. If they cannot continue education in private schools due to higher fees or other reasons, there are many government schools where they can get admitted. We need to bring back interventions so that kids who have joined in grade one should complete education till grade 10.5 months ago Bangalore Mirror
DeepawaliDasarahalliGoaIt’s that time of the year and animal rescue shelters in the city are gearing up for complaints about pet dogs running away from their homes. Keeping pet dogs at home can prevent them from running away. However, for street dogs that is not possible.They end up shivering, hiding in drains, and keep running,” they said. So, we have decided that this Deepawali, we will go to Puducherry as there is no sound of crackers there. We will also be able to make a family trip.”Aastha S, aresident is taking her pet out of the city too.5 months ago Bangalore Mirror
The National Education Policy 2020 proposed a 5+3+3+4 curricular structure which integrates early childhood care and education for all children of ages 3 to 8. Training teachers and school leaders in this approach is critical to ensure a move away from test-centric approaches that are inappropriate developmentally.Parents are equally happy. Earlier, there were no rules for pre-primary classes and parents were forced to admit kids at a few centres which had no recognition. I feel that it’s good that someone somewhere is thinking in this direction, but this is pure ignorance that it’s new. Now children will experience physical development, life-energy, emotional and mental development and intellectual and spiritual development.5 months ago Bangalore Mirror
The body releases adrenaline to bring the blood sugar up, but at the same time this can dilate our blood vessels - hence the hot flush. • Try cooling foods: tofu, chicken, egg, apples, pears, lemon, sage tea, millet, cucumber, celery, peppermint tea, green juices. • Also, start a hot flush diary to help you spot triggers.Oestrogen helps stabilise blood sugar, so cravings can worsen during perimenopause as oestrogen dips. • Don’t skip breakfast - eat earlier in the evening to feel hungrier on waking. • Up your omega-3 foods instead, from oily fish and, as a vegan source, from algae.5 months ago Bangalore Mirror
Board of Control for CricketBCCIShahVirat KohliEnglandMithali RajCheteshwar PujaraIndia’s international women cricketers will be paid the same match fee as the men, its cricket board said Thursday, hailing a “new era of gender equality” in the nation’s favourite sport.The announcement by thein India () follows pressure across sport globally to reduce the often vast differences in pay.Match fees are however separate from annual pay packets, where there are enormous differences between what Indian men and their women counterparts earn.“We are implementing pay-equity policy for our contracted @BCCIWomen cricketers,” BCCI secretary Jaytweeted, calling it the “first step towards tackling discrimination”. “The match fee for both men and women cricketers will be same as we move into a new era of gender equality in cricket,” Shah said.Men and women players will now get 1.5 million rupees ($18,000) for each Test, 600,000 rupees for one-day internationals and 300,000 rupees for T20 internationals.According to media reports, it is an almost four-fold increase for women for Test matches, a six-fold rise for ODIs and three times higher for a T20. India’s men will still earn considerably more overall because of their higher annual retainers and the fact they play many more matches every year than the women. It will encourage greater participation of women in the game. “A historic milestone indeed!”In July New Zealand’s women cricketers similarly won the right to the same match fees as men.5 months ago Bangalore Mirror
Golden Globe awardsMargot Robbiered carpetAndrew GarfieldBilly Porter. Billymagenta tuxedoChristian SirianoWe pick a few of the best looks as thereturned after a string of controversies.Actress Margot Robbie made heads turn on theof Golden Globe 2023.Robbie made an elegant entry in a custom baby pink gown by Chanel. Following his arrival in a simple yet stylish Mustard hued tuxedo on the red carpet, the 39-year-old left no stone unturned for this gala event.Andrew Garfield has had four Golden Globe nominations in as many categories during the course of a dozen years. No wonder why he is called a “Red carpet legend.”Actor Ana de Armas, who is among the presenters and nominees for the 2023 Golden Globe Awards, arrived at the ceremony’s Red Carpet event looking stunning in a sleeveless black dress.Armas’ dress had an intricate silver stud design running down the front. The actor also had her long hair down and added silver earrings along with a matching bracelet.2 months ago Bangalore Mirror
"Manchester City for sure. "I do think Liverpool are still right up there among the elite. So I don't think Arsenal are a flash in the pan at all. "But I think Manchester City are different class to anyone at the moment. So I still think Manchester City will win the league, but I think Arsenal are here to stay."5 months ago The Mirror