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Neena Gupta's new year resolution is self-love

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Bollywood actress Neena Gupta revealed that her New Year resolution for 2022 is to appreciate and love her self. “The problem we women face is that nobody appreciates us often. In such a case, it is better to raise your hand and pat your own back and say ‘Well done’ to yourself. This way you will appreciate yourself, enjoy it and not wait for anybody to shower you with appreciation," she said. Neena Gupta released her autobiography named 'Sach Kahun Toh' this year. She was last seen in the movie '83.'

https://hauterrfly.com/lifestyle/karnataka-hc-fines-cop-forcefully-confining-woman-wanted-leave-husband-moral-policing-rehab-centre/

Karnataka HC slams cop for confining DV survivor

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Karnataka high court recently fined cops for 'moral policing' a 22-year-old woman who is a survivor of domestic violence by forcefully confining her. Police Inspector Sunil Balasaheb Patil summoned the woman and tried to mediate and resolve matters after her husband filed a missing persons' complaint. Cops confined the woman and her 3-year-old daughter in a rehabilitation facility for trafficking victims in Belagavi for almost five months. They did it because she wanted to leave husband and be with someone else.

https://hauterrfly.com/culture-2/entertainment/ranveer-singh-feels-proud-deepika-padukone-being-bigger-star-earning-more/

Proud that Deepika is a bigger star: Ranveer Singh

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh said that he is proud of the fact that his wife Deepika Padukone is a bigger star and earns more than him. “I feel good when people tell me that I allowed the other actor to shine. That’s just who I am. I can’t be any other way. I have always been this secure person," he said. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone married in 2018 after 5 years of dating. They acted together in 'Goliyon ki Raasleela Ram-Leela,' 'Bajirao Mastani,' 'Finding Fanny,' 'Padmaavat,' and '83.'

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/infection-with-omicron-may-reduce-risk-from-delta-variant-too-shows-study-101640690422459.html

Omicron infection can reduce Delta risk: study

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Infection from the new COVID-19 strain, Omicron, can help reduce the risk of possible Delta variant infection, according to a study published by South African scientists. “If we are lucky, omicron is less pathogenic, and this immunity will help push delta out,” said Alex Sigal, co-author. The likelihood of someone infected with omicron being reinfected by delta is limited, therefore Delta will no longer be a dominant strain. Omicron was first detected in South Africa this year and it caused the 4th wave.

https://www.womensweb.in/2021/12/break-up-with-your-bad-habits-as-you-hit-2022/

Opinion: reform bad habits before New Year begins

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Author Surbhi Rastogi wrote that people should break away from bad habits that compromise their health and put them in their comfort zones all the time. People should take part in more activities that ensure good physical health, like proper diet, exercise, and routines. In 2022, more people should get out of their comfort zones to make big achievements. Try to avoid junk food and mobile screen time. Replace these habits with healthier habits like reading books, listening to good music, or art.

https://hauterrfly.com/lifestyle/jnu-sexual-harassment-circular-girls-should-know-how-to-draw-a-tangible-line-ncw-reacts/

JNU slammed for victim blaming comments on its circular

TeamCitymapia | Jan 23, 2022

Jawaharlal Nehru University's (JNU) Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) recent circular which instructed girls to draw a "tangible line with their male friends" to avoid sexual harassment has been slammed by various sections including Rekha Sharma, National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson. President of JNU Students’ Union, Aishe Ghosh pointed out that it does sound a lot like ‘victim blaming’. Presiding Officer of JNU’s ICC, Punam Kumari, defended the circular saying that it is based on complaints by women.