Journey in Search of the Deprived


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Trans fat is considered by many doctors to be the worst type of fat you can eat

 Unlike other dietary fats, trans fat also called trans-fatty acids both raises your LDL ("bad") cholesterol and lowers your HDL ("good") cholesterol. A diet laden with trans-fat increases your risk of heart disease, the leading killer of men and women. Here's some information about trans-fat and how to avoid it. In a C=C double bond if there are two groups are on the same side of the C=C bond then they are on CIS arrangement. If the groups such as CH3  or even H atoms on the opposite side of the  C=C double bond then they are in TRANS position. They are the CIS and TRANS.

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The precipitous petrol crisis in the country emerged, on 3 November, from rumours by word of mouth, while the line Minister and the Petroleum Development Resources Secretariat kept mum until the delinquency hit a crisis level, and the exasperated motorists started to go on a rampage. The Minister's request to the public, 'not to panic' later, was akin to ‘shutting the stable door after the horse had bolted’.

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Promoting Gender Equality

On 10 October 2017, South Asia's Policy Makers gathered in Colombo to discuss the success and failures of women, who appear to be disregarded in society. A current issue under discussion in Sri Lanka is to have a guaranteed quota of 25- 30 per cent of women in politics, in future elections.

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Why Chicken Skin Is Good For You

When eat chicken curry along with other curries and rice, we hardly think of removing the skin before we eat, never thought about any healthy points either. Chicken up to twice or thrice a week is good for you. Chicken, along with fish and turkey, is white meat and often recommended for a healthy lifestyle. Your chicken intake in your daily meals can be in many different healthy ways such as baking or grilling chicken breast or serving it with a variety of sauces and vegetables. It is, however, important that this chicken be skinless and certainly not fried.

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Downgrading Politics

Politics appears to be a 'dirty game' throughout the world. In Sri Lanka, it has stooped to gutter level with corruption spearheading like a contagious disease. Many Sri Lankan politicians entered the political arena, in the past, out of sheer patriotism and the yearning to work for the people. Besides, many of them were icons of wealthy families, who died after spending all their fortunes in trying to serve the country.

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පැරිස් ජාත්‍යන්තර බෞද්ධ විහාරයේ  වාර්ෂික කඨින  පිංකම

පැරිස් ජාත්‍යන්තර බෞද්ධ විහාරයේ වාර්ෂික කඨින  පිංකම 

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Annual Kathina Pinkama at Paris International Buddhist Centre.

Under the able guidance of the head of the Vihara Most Ven. Parawahera Chandarathana Nayaka Thera, the annual Kathina Pinkama at the Paris International Buddhist Centre was held on the October 22nd Sunday. This was the 28th consecutive Kathina celebrations held at the Paris Vihara.

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What Is Cholesterol?


To understand high blood cholesterol, it helps to learn about cholesterol. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that’s found in all cells of the body.

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Mahanayaka Theros Visit LBV

Most Ven. Aggamahapanditha Napane Pemasiri Mahanayaka Thero of the Ramanna Nikaya, and Most Venerable Warakagoda Gunatatana Maha Nayaka Thero of the Siyam Maha Nikaya, Asgiriya Chapter alone with Ven. Uduwara Dhammarakkitha  Nayaka Thero of the Badugallena Aranya, Buttala; Ven. Muruddeniye Dhammarathana Nayaka Thero of the Muthiyangana Raja Maha Viihara, Badulla; Ven. Hurikaduwe Pragnasekera Nayaka Thero of the Sri Vidyasagara Pirivena, Ven. Walala  Pemalankara of the Sri Vidyasagara Pirivena and Ven. Madugalle Mahanama Thero, Head of the Sri Sambodhi Meditation Centre in London made a courtesy visit to the London Buddhist Vihara on Monday the 23rd October.

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