The famous Kannada serial Kendasampige premiered on August 22 this year. The show has been very much loved by the audience and has created its unique place in a short time. The plot of the serial, which makes it stand out, narrates the story of a lower-middle-class girl Sumana — who sacrifices her life for the happiness of her siblings. The show also marks the first production venture of Megha Shetty. The cast of Kendasampige includes Kavya Shaiva, Akash, Sunil Shani, Sunil, Amrutha Rammmoorthi and Padma in pivotal roles. Kavya has been portraying the character of Sumana, who marries Teerthankar Prasad, a corporate employee with dreams of becoming a future MLA. Now, the serial has come with the latest twist where Sumana’s sister-in-law is planning to throw her out of Tirthankar’s house. Suhana is slowly and gradually winning the hearts of everyone in the house. This made Teertha’s sister-in-law furious and she decided to plot against her. Earlier, she accused Suhana of stealing, … [Read more...] about Kendasampige Serial: Suhana’s Sister-In-Law Plots To Ruin Her Reputation At Home
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Andhra Pradesh has led the table in terms of highest number of HIV transmissions in India with 3, 18,814 followed by Maharashtra and Karnataka respectively. Over 17 lakh people contracted HIV in the country in the last 10 years due to unprotected intercourse, according to the latest data provided by National AIDS Control Organisation. (April 2022 data). Also, 15,782 people contracted HIV by transmission through blood and blood products and 4,423 contracted the disease by mother to child transmission, according to antibody testing data. On this World Aids day, we discuss if it possible for an AIDS infected person to conceive safely. However, advances in HIV treatment and prevention allow HIV-positive couples to become pregnant without fear of transmitting the virus to their children. “Women living with HIV have been taking the anti-HIV drug safely throughout pregnancy for years in order to protect their children from HIV. However, with new medical advances and careful planning, it … [Read more...] about World AIDS Day: Is It Possible For An AIDS-Infected Woman To Conceive Safely?
Two days after an 18-year-old girl’s body was found on a beach in Puri, Odisha, her family on Monday demanded a CBI probe, alleging that she was kidnapped and killed after acid was poured on her. The girl, identified as Radhika Kushuwa, was a resident of Madhya Pradesh, and was found lying face down in her undergarments with severe injuries on her body on November 26. She had reportedly been visiting Puri with her parents and brother and they were staying at a hotel there. She went missing on November 23 when she gone out to pick up her clothes. When she did not return, her family began searching for her. Her body was recovered by the police on November 26. Her father Prahlad Kushuwa identified her from her earring, gold nose pin, the red ribbon on her hand, and a black ribbon on her ankle. He alleged that she was kidnapped and killed using acid. He also raised questions over the postmortem being conducted before the family’s arrival. “We demand a CBI probe into our daughter’s … [Read more...] about 18-year-old MP Girl’s Body Found on Beach in Puri, Family Demands CBI Probe
Is there any technology more ironic than sleep tracking ? Tech companies say their wearables and apps that study your body as you snooze can help you get a better night’s rest. But many sleep experts, and the companies themselves, say technology itself is to blame when you don’t sleep well. Our brightly lit smartphones and social networking apps create distractions that may be keeping us up and contributing to poor sleep. So one of the most common pieces of advice you’ll read about getting better sleep, including in sleep-tracking apps, is to stop using tech a few hours before bedtime. So why are we adding more tech to our sleep routine? The latest attempt to solve the problem of sleep comes from Amazon. Last week, the company began selling the $140 Halo Rise , a ring-shaped alarm clock with a built-in sleep tracker. It uses motion sensors to study your movement and breathing patterns to assess your sleep. To wake you up, the device includes a light that can be programmed to … [Read more...] about Amazon Wants to Review Your Sleep. (No, Thanks.)
Do flower children still inhabit a dying planet? If temperatures keep rising, will there be anything left of the garden? On an increasingly ambitious series of records released over the past decade, Natalie Mering, who makes music under the name Weyes Blood , has sought answers to these riddles. Mering is something of a Laurel Canyon revivalist, though Weyes Blood doesn’t traffic in simple nostalgia. Instead, the 34-year-old singer and songwriter resurrects, uncannily, the sound of late ’60s and early ’70s West Coast folk-rock to address more contemporary existential crises and conflagrations, like digital-era loneliness and climate change. “California’s my body, and your fire runs over me,” she sings on the expansive “Grapevine,” a highlight from her stunning new album “And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow.” That lyric, like many of Mering’s best, succinctly intertwines the personal sorrow of heartbreak with the shared tragedy of environmental catastrophe. Mering’s distinct … [Read more...] about Weyes Blood Gives Beautiful Voice to Global Pain
If you are unfamiliar with the weird and wonderful world of the New Zealand folk musician Aldous Harding , the mesmerizing music video for her 2019 single “The Barrel” is probably the place to start. The song is breezy and light — gently strummed acoustic guitar chords, a buoyant piano riff — but as the video proceeds, a disarming sense of the uncanny creeps in. Something is ever so slightly off. Harding wears a billowing blouse with a pilgrim collar and a stovepipe-shaped straw hat, stiffly shimmying her shoulders and making a series of awkwardly expressive faces. It’s not quite obvious at first, but you could swear that with each cut her hat seems to be getting … taller? Then it’s definitely taller, comically so — but right when it becomes bizarre enough to laugh out loud, there’s a sudden cut to Harding wearing a spooky demon mask that takes your breath away. At any point, you might be tempted to ask, why? But that would be the wrong question. In Aldous Harding’s droll, … [Read more...] about Aldous Harding’s Gloriously Peculiar World of Songs