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Yoga is the natural way to deal with sinusitis.(Grand Master Akshar)

Don’t let sinus become the pain in your nose. Try these 4 yoga poses for instant relief

HealthShots | By Nikita Bhardwaj
UPDATED ON NOV 17, 2020 09:56 AM IST
A sinus attack can be tormenting, try these four yoga poses for sinus daily and see a difference.
The MC notice was issued last week on the complaint of a local resident, Ashok Rai, on whose plot (about 780 yards) the illegal construction was made during the lockdown.(HT Photo)
The MC notice was issued last week on the complaint of a local resident, Ashok Rai, on whose plot (about 780 yards) the illegal construction was made during the lockdown.(HT Photo)

3-storeyed illegal building comes up in McLeodganj under MC’s nose

Hindustan Times/Dharamshala | By Naresh K Thakur, Dharamshala
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2020 12:57 AM IST
Located 250 metres from the Dalai Lama’s residence, Tibetan-origin hotel owner gets notice for not only encroaching land but also building structure without civic body and town planning department’s approval
Land being levelled at the site of the Guru Nanak Colony on Adamwal road near Hoshiarpur on Friday.(HT photo)
Land being levelled at the site of the Guru Nanak Colony on Adamwal road near Hoshiarpur on Friday.(HT photo)

Illegal colony right under Hoshiarpur municipal corporation’s nose and it doesn’t bat an eyelid

Hindustan Times, Jalandhar | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON SEP 12, 2020 11:41 AM IST
Even after being declared an illegal colony, the levelling work continues on site in the Punjab town and the revenue department has approved five land registrations
A Pakistani man allegedly cut off his wife’s nose and shaved her head following a fight. (Representative Image)(Getty Images)
A Pakistani man allegedly cut off his wife’s nose and shaved her head following a fight. (Representative Image)(Getty Images)

Pak man allegedly cuts off wife’s nose, shaves her head after fight

Lahore | By Press Trust of India
PUBLISHED ON SEP 17, 2019 09:22 PM IST
The neighbours told police that Shazia’s husband Sajjad Ahmad would torture her quite often. He used to beat her with pipes and iron roads over petty domestic matters, and the neighbours had several times rescued her.
The maximum temperature had crossed 38 degrees Celsius in the first week of April. The rains in the second week of the month brought the maximum temperature down to 30 degrees Celsius.(Bidesh Manna/HT Photo)
The maximum temperature had crossed 38 degrees Celsius in the first week of April. The rains in the second week of the month brought the maximum temperature down to 30 degrees Celsius.(Bidesh Manna/HT Photo)

Exhaustion, nose bleed on rise due to heat: Doctors

Hindustan Times, Gurugram | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 21, 2019 04:51 AM IST
The hospital staff said many cases of abdominal pain due to the heat have also been reported in the last 15-20 days.
Here’s the best cure for cold.(Shutterstock)
Here’s the best cure for cold.(Shutterstock)

Move over cold medicines, exercise is the best cure for a runny nose

Asian News International | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON AUG 15, 2018 01:20 PM IST
Shivering is one of the first defences against cold and it boosts the body’s heat production. Shivering can only warm you up for so long and after a few hours your muscles will run out of fuel and will grow too tired to contract. Exercise helps build-up muscle in the limbs and this new research shows that this exercise could help the muscle shiver longer and keep people warmer for longer.
A realistic prehistoric early man neanderthal reproduction in Trento Museum of Natural History.(Shutterstock)
A realistic prehistoric early man neanderthal reproduction in Trento Museum of Natural History.(Shutterstock)

Our ancestors had bigger noses to help them breathe better. They required more calories per day

Agence France-Presse, Paris | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON APR 04, 2018 03:30 PM IST
Neanderthals could also move “considerably more” air through their nasal cavity, possibly in response to higher energy requirements for their stocky bodies and hunting lifestyle. Neanderthals were thought to have required as much as 4,480 calories per day to keep them alive in the European winter. For a modern human male, 2,500 daily calories are recommended.
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