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Weather forecast Today India HIGHLIGHTS: Thunderstorm accompanied with lightning, rain and gusty winds (speed 30-40 kmph) is likely to occur in the districts of Mumbai and suburbs, IMD Mumbai has said. Meanwhile, a red alert has been sounded in Kozhikode, Idukki, Wayanad, Malappuram and Kannur districts of Kerala after the IMD predicted over 20 cm of rainfall between July 19-22. One shutter of Kallarkutty Dam in the high range Idukki district has already been opened in the wake of heavy downpour in the catchment areas, ANI reported. The weather agency is hopeful that the second spell of the monsoon, which started Wednesday, will bring in heavy rains to the state, which had recorded 46 per cent deficiency till July 15. In Kasargod, which is also under alert, the district collector has declared a holiday for all the educational institutes, including professional colleges. Meanwhile, the flood situation in Bihar and northeast India showed little improvement on Friday as over 1.15 crore people remained affected. The death toll due to flood and rain-related incidents neared 150. The southwest monsoon advanced into the remaining parts of west Rajasthan, thereby covering the entire cou...

FOS lets you handcraft your own sunglasses from 100% recycled plastic waste

recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects, a key component of modern waste reduction and often objective for eco-aware contemporary designers. as well as breaking down old materials to create new ones it also includes upcycling: the process of creating something new and better from old items. in contrast to reusing or recycling, upcycling uses existing materials to improve upon the original ones. the end result is often a product or item that is eco-friendly and at times hand made and one-of-a-kind. here we gather the latest on innovative, socially and environmentally-responsible design projects demonstrating a creative desire for sustainability and/or cost effective approach. barcelona based studio, FOS, is a brand of sunglasses that allow their clients to make their sunglasses themselves. by choosing the color of the plastic waste flakes and their quantity, according to a formula provided by FOS or made by the client, a unique pair of sunglasses is manufactured within an hour. made from 100% recycled plastic, the frame is designed to be easily recycled, over and over again. the first model developed is made of only one material, incl...

When the hardcover edition of Marie Kondo‘s bestseller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up landed on my office

When the hardcover edition of Marie Kondo‘s bestseller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up landed on my office desk back in 2014, it collected dust right next to the press samples of makeup that didn’t match my complexion. I skimmed through a couple of pages of the self-help guide and couldn’t grasp the concept of tossing clothes that no longer “sparked joy.” When I looked inside my closet, every dress, blazer and high-heeled bootie made my eyes light up. Much like the clients featured on the organizing consultant’s hit Netflix show, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, a rush of anxiety comes over me when decluttering. I wouldn’t call myself a hoarder, but an addiction to shopping was passed down to me from my mother, and it manifested itself in the mountain of pieces I collected over the years. Five months pregnant with my first child, I decided to make a conscious effort to actually sort through my belongings so that I could free up space for my little one. The first step in my “tidying up” journey … hiring a professional organizer. I discovered Amanda Jefferson of Indigo Organizing after doing a quick Google search. She is a certified KonMari consultant — yes, there’s such a thin...

How Venezuela Turns Its Useless Bank Notes Into Gold

EL CALLAO, Venezuela (Reuters) – Venezuela’s most successful financial operations in recent years have not taken place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the nation’s southern reaches. With the country’s economy in meltdown, an estimated 300,000 fortune hunters have descended on this mineral-rich jungle area to earn a living pulling gold-flecked earth from makeshift mines. Their picks and shovels are helping to prop up the leftist government of President Nicolas Maduro. Since 2016, his administration has purchased 17 tonnes of the metal worth around $650 million from so-called artisan miners, according to the most recent data from the nation’s central bank. Paid with the country’s near-worthless bank notes, these amateurs in turn supply the government with hard currency to purchase badly needed imports of food and hygiene products. This gold trade is a blip on international markets. Still, the United States is using sanctions and intimidation in an effort to stop Maduro from using his nation’s gold to stay afloat. The Trump administration is pressuring the United Kingdom not to release $1.2 billion in gold reserves Venezuela has stored in the Bank of En...

Optimising therapy for inflammatory bowel disease | Learning article

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