Monthly Archives: February 2019

New hairstyle and caring

If you have already chosen your new hairstyle from a list of available wigs, it’s time to enjoy it. Maybe you think it will not need as much care as natural hair … that’s not as accurate as you might imagine. Regardless of its origin, all hair types must be taken care off. Here are… Read More »

Extending Relationships Beyond the Parish

Building relationships and extending the community beyond the walls of the church is a common mission for many churches. This goal is achieved through volunteer efforts, donation services and establishing a presence at local events. However, there is a less obvious way in which to reach out and develop lasting partnerships for your church. By… Read More »

Why You Should Keep Your Gutters Clean

Rain gutters move water away from the foundation and basement of your home. If your gutters become clogged, then it can cause serious damage. When your gutters are clogged, the water is going to pool around your foundation. This can result into erosion. Read on to find out why you should talk to a gutter… Read More »

Horse Insurance: Protecting Your Beloved Equines

You’re probably familiar with pet insurance that covers smaller animals like cats and dogs. For those who own horses, there are also opportunities available so that you can keep your animal and those who ride it protected. This special insurance is recommended for anyone who owns a horse. Protect Yourself From Liability There are several… Read More »

MHA’s Massive Recruitment Drive To Fill More Than 76,500 CAPF Vacancies In 2019

MHA has launched a recruitment drive to fill 76,500 CAPF vacanciesNEW DELHI:  The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has launched a massive recruitment drive to fill more than 76,500 vacancies in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs). Recruitment agencies like SSC and UPSC have either initiated the selection process or will be beginning the selection process… Read More »

Maharashtra To Outlaw Virginity Tests Of Brides After Campaign

Last week, the National Commission of Women also wrote to Maharashtra against forced virginity tests.MUMBAI:  Forcing women to take virginity tests will soon be made illegal and considered a form of sexual assault, the Maharashtra government said Wednesday. Certain communities in the state follow a custom whereby a newly-wed woman has to prove that she… Read More »