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Debunking the myths of hair transplant

By Dr Sunil Kumar Prabhu, Consultant Dermatologist Surge in the number of hair restoration procedures, rise in the occurrence of alopecia, increase in awareness among the population regarding physical appearance, and technological advancement in the hair transplant sector are at an all time high. However, there are many myths and fears surrounding the procedure of hair transplant. This article aims to debunk those myths. Myth: Hair transplant results look unnatural Fact: The results of a hair transplant

PVR launches the first and the largest multiplex in Nizamabad

Mumbai: PVR Cinemas, the largest cinema exhibition company in India today announced the launch of its first multiplex at Venu Mall, Nizamabad, Telangana. Strengthening its footprints across key markets, the newly opened 4-screen property is integrated with best- in- class theatrical solutions and a host of personalized hospitality services to offer an immersive and seamless cinematic experience. With this launch, PVR Cinemas consolidated its foothold in Telangana with 71 screens in 13 properties and 299 screens

INR 1000 Crores disbursed to farming communities in Meghalaya

Mumbai: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma on Thursday said that over Rs 1000 Cr has been disbursed to farming communities in the state through different welfare schemes, including the FOCUS programme, in the last four years. Informing that FOCUS being the biggest welfare programme for the benefit of 4.5 lakh farmers, he said that the government has realised the importance of the programme and has decided to provide an additional direct transfer of ₹5000 each as family benefit to every farming household in the

Rupee weakens 12 paise against the US dollar

Mumbai: In the forex market, the rupee today weakened 12 paise against the US dollar. The domestic currency closed at 79 rupees and 64 paise against the American Unit. The dollar index, which indicates the US dollar's strength against a basket of six other leading currencies, fell 0.32 percent to trade at 104.86 in intra-day trade.

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RBI issues detailed set of guidelines for digital lending

Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India has said that digital loans must be credited directly to the bank accounts of borrowers and not through any third party. RBI also said that digital lending entities and not the borrowers should pay fees or charges payable to Lending Service Providers in the credit intermediation process. Issuing a detailed set of guidelines for digital lending, the RBI mentioned concerns primarily related to unbridled engagement of third parties, mis-selling, breach of data privacy, unfair business conduct,

Sensex rises 515 points, Nifty gains 124 points

The Sensex on Thursday climbed more than 500 points. The key domestic stocks gained amid positive cues from global share markets. The Sensex closed above 59,300 level and the Nifty ended above 17,650 points. The Sensex rose 515 points, or 0.88 percent, to finish at 59,333. The Nifty gained 124, or 0.71 percent, points to closed at 17,659. In the broader market at the BSE, the Mid-Cap gained 0.83 percent while the Small-Cap index ended 0.52 percent up. In the Sensex pack, 20 companies posted gains while

UN to hold emergency meeting on Ukraine nuclear crisis

United Nations: The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting today to address the crisis at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear complex. Kyiv and Moscow accuse each other of having bombed over the power plant. Bombings on Tuesday night left at least 14 people dead in southeastern Ukraine near the power plant, the largest in Europe. According to media reports, the meeting would occur on 1900 GMT. A second diplomatic source at United Nations headquarters in New York said the council's 15 member nations would gather at

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