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Tuesday, 30 October 2018 | PNS

Roadshow for Global Investor’s Summit

Agriculture Department on Monday organised a Road Show, second after Delhi, ahead of the Global Food and Agriculture Summit going to be held in Ranchi on November 29-30.

Addressing the food sector investors at event Agriculture Secretary Pooja Singhal said the State Government wanted to facilitate farmers in getting proper price of their produces.

Inauguration of Potala Tibetan Market

The much awaited Potala Tibetan Market is being inaugurated on October 30. It is scheduled to be inaugurated by the Urban Development Minister of Jharkhand, C. P. Singh 10am onwards at Jaipal Singh Stadium, Ranchi. Lamp lighting and prayers for His Holiness Dalai Lama and world peace are also planned. The programme starts at 8 am with collective prayers and distribution of  Prasad.

SBPS conducts philately exhibition

Sarla Birla Public School, Ranchi conducted a philately exhibition, which focused on the display of rare and thematic stamps. Around 6,000 stamps were displayed by the postal department and over 2,000 stamps were exhibited by the students along with rare coins and currency notes. Principal Paramjit Kaur said that in the era of technology such hobbies help to stay away from gadgets and also develop persistence.

DAV Hazaribagh bags champions trophy

The athletic team of DAV Hazaribagh bagged the champion’s trophy at the DAV National Sports held in DAV Rajrappa. The participants secured the top spot in track and field events where as in nine other games they were declared the winner and runner-up. In badminton the winners were Shruti, Arpita and Prathi where as the boys team won in chess. Both the girls and boys teams were winners in handball and basketball. Sameer Viroli of the boys team was awarded the best athlete.

BSNL celebrates Awareness Week

Chief General Manager KK Thakur and other senior officials and employees of Jharkhand BSNL Circle celebrated Vigilance Awareness Week today.

Tips to take care of your baby’s skin in winters

Winter brings various skin problems, especially for babies, since their skin is more delicate when compared to adults. During winters, baby’s skin requires a lot more nourishment, as the temperature drop makes the skin dry.

“Baby’s cheeks, knees, tender nose, and elbows are most vulnerable to dryness and chapping, which worsens during winters. The skin is naturally hydrated and moist, and using products with harsh chemicals worsens the skin condition. Ensure you use products infused with natural ingredients that provide gentle care required to preserve the softness of baby’s skin,” says Dr. Subhashini N S, Ayurveda Expert, Discovery Sciences Group, The Himalaya Drug Company

Dr. Subhashini recommends parents to use baby products enriched with Almond Oil, Olive Oil, Aloe Vera, Winter Cherry, Licorice, Honey, and Milk. These are handy herbs/ingredients which are known to lock in moisture and will help provide the best skin care for your baby during winters.

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