This Thursday 12 October 2017 in Episode 97
Amar realises that the extent of Divya’s condition is worse than he had thought. Sindoora turns Bharat against Amar. Divya decides to trust her worst enemy.
Sleep was meaningless that night. The Boss had a lot to say and he said all. That very night the group now in hundreds moved back in into the country for another deadly campaign
“I would stare all night with hope that somewhere through the stary sky that an answer would come. My world was falling apart. Everything I worked so hard for were quickly fading away. See where we are now. There is no fair trace of the past. We can only pretend we care when truly we don’t. We are only concerned about the next election day while the poor suffer. It’s always a question of what’s in it for us as a party or a tribe. It is an ugly reality forced down the people’s throats. Since the revolt no international body has cared to react. You see we are on our own. We cannot continue this way. We will only end up wasting time at the end if we do. So wake the rest quickly. Waste no time at all. We must move back in straight to the barrack, then regroup and attack”
As horrible as it may seem body odor has a remedy
Body odor comes in two ways. In some cases it’s rather natural. In others, personal lifestyles make it evident.
Body odor (or B.O., bromhidrosis, osmidrosis or ozochrotia) is a perceived unpleasant smell our bodies can give off when bacteria that live on the skin break down sweat into acids, says Medical New Today.
Body odor occurs naturally when a human reaches puberty – 14-16 years of age in females and 15-17 years of age in males. People who are obese, as well as individuals with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, are more susceptible to having body odor.
People who sweat too much – those with hyperhidrosis – may also be susceptible to body odor, however, often the salt level of their sweat is too high for the bacteria to break down – it depends where the excess sweating is occurring and which type of sweat glands are involved.
Poor hygiene can turn a once clean body to a dump yard. Of course you are familiar with that kind of stench that comes from such a place. You can pick certain irritating odor from dirty environment. An unkempt environment releases odors that can stick to your body.
These tips can help
Apply an antiperspirant at bedtime.
Keep your underarms dry. …
Try a solution of hydrogen peroxide and water to fight body odor. …
If sweat from working out is your No. 1 cause of body odor, wash your workout clothes often. …
Change your diet.
British explorer Captain James Cook was the first European to sight New Caledonia, on 4 September 1774, during his second voyage. He named it “New Caledonia “, as the northeast of the island reminded him of Scotland
There are travel destinations that exist you may not have heard of. How often do you look at the Map?
Today we will look at a New Caledonia; a nice place to spend your last days. You are entitled to breathtaking views of nature in its wholesomeness.
The location is a special collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific Ocean , 1,210 km (750 mi) east of Australia and 16,136 km (10,026 mi) east of Metropolitan France.
Its population of 268,767 (Aug. 2014 census) consists of a mix of Kanak people (the original inhabitants of New Caledonia), people of European descent (Caldoches and Metropolitan French ), Polynesian people (mostly Wallisians ), and Southeast Asian people, as well as a few people of Pied-Noir and Maghreban descent. The capital of the territory is Nouméa.
The Europeans brought new diseases such as smallpox and measles . Many people died as a result of these diseases. The Kanak population declined from around 60,000 in 1878 to 27,100 in 1921, and their numbers did not increase again until the 1930s.
New Caledonia is a territory sui generis to which France has gradually transferred certain powers. It is governed by a 54-member Territorial Congress, a legislative body composed of members of three provincial assemblies.
The French State is represented in the territory by a High Commissioner. At a national level, New Caledonia is represented in the French Parliament by two deputies and two senators. At the 2012 French presidential election , the voter turnout in New Caledonia was 61.19%.
For 25 years, the party system in New Caledonia was dominated by The Rally–UMP . This dominance ended with the emergence of a new party, Avenir Ensemble , also opposed to independence, but considered more open to dialogue with the Kanak movement, which is part of the Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front , a coalition of several pro-independence groups.
The club announced it’s closure following the unrest in the region