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Meet The Sleeping Beauty Who Didn’t Wake Up For 6 Months! No, We Are Not Kidding…

Imagine you get a chance to sleep for months together, without waking up! Doesn’t it sound like a fairy-tale? Well, it surely does, but this thing has really happened with a 22 year old girl named Beth Goodier.



Beth is suffering from “Sleeping Beauty Syndrome” and slept for 6 months, can you believe this? There is a rare disorder named “Kleine-Levin Syndrome” and just 1000 people all across the globe are diagnosed with it, Beth being one of them. There is no cure whatsoever. She had also appeared on a TV series, revolving around Medical mysteries.

She went to sleep before her 17th birthday i.e. 5 years ago and got up 6 months later. Technically speaking, she slept for 22 hours in a day and woke up for just 2 hours to have little water and food but that too in a trance state. Due to this disorder, there have been major changes in her personality.

Beth is a resident of Stockport, Cheshire and hardly leaves her home; most of the time, she is found sleeping on the sofa. Once again, she is in a “Deep sleep” period since 2.5 months now.

Beth’s mom, Janine says that her sleep is very unpredictable, as no one can say when she will fall asleep. Beth is always excited to meet her friends, but there is no guarantee again as to when she will doze off.

The 22 year old girl feels agitated and confused when she wakes up and becomes furious because she doesn’t get a chance to attend the university like her other friends.

Such people need support and she gets the same from Dan, her boyfriend(25), who works as a primary school teacher. He makes it a point to visit Beth everyday and also communicates with her in her deep sleep.

Janine also says that when Beth is awake, the duo indulges in adult-relationship; she appreciates the co-operation extended by her BF. She always had impressive exam results and was outgoing and confident, but now, nothing can wake her, neither drugs nor loud noises.

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Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update Arrives April 11


We've known that the next major update to Windows 10, the Creators Update, would arrive this spring for some time. We just didn't know the exact date--until today, when Microsoft announced that the free update will start to roll out to users on April 11.
Microsoft’s latest announcement highlighted a few features that come with the new update. This includes the Paint 3D app, which allow you to create 3D objects within the app or turn a traditional 2D painting into a three-dimensional object. Microsoft also wants to use the app as a way to make new mixed reality content for its Windows Mixed Reality headsets, which are in development by companies such as Acer, Asus, Lenovo, Dell, and HP.
For PC gamers, the update will also bring Game Mode, a new feature that's supposed to increase performance when you play games. In conjunction with Game Mode is Beam, Microsoft’s solution for broadcasting games. Not only is it supposed to provide low latency between the actual and broadcasted gameplay, but it also doesn’t require additional hardware or software to run. All you have to do is activate it from the Game Bar.
For parents, there's now an ability to set daily time limits on how long a child uses the PC. In terms of general security, the new Windows Defender Security Center lets you manage firewall and antivirus settings and multiple security options for apps from one location. It also includes the Device Health Advisor, which is supposed to provide additional information on the “vital signs of your device” as well as multiple settings that will let you decide how to install new apps.

In addition to the date announcement, Microsoft also revealed that it plans to bring its Surface Studio, Dial, and Book devices to more countries starting on April 20. Specifically, you can pre-order the Surface Book today if you live in Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The Surface Studio and Dial will also be available for pre-order today in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.


Other highlights within the Creators Update include a night light mode to reduce the blue light emitted from the screen; improved security and performance for the Microsoft Edge web browser; a new mini-view feature that will let you create a small window on the corner of your screen that allows you to hold Skype calls, control music, or watch Netflix while working on other things; and the ability to lock your PC on your iPhone, Android, or Windows mobile device through Windows Hello. Microsoft also mentioned that those using its Surface Hub will also get the Creators Update, and more details on the specific features will come prior to the update's release.
#glimray #windows #creator #windows10 #update #marketing #glimraymarketing 
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Mumbai Is Getting A Marine Drive 2.0 On Its East Coast, And We Couldn’t Be Happier!


Not many know but Mumbai is actually an archipelago of 7 islands that later on went to become what it is today. The western coast of this great city, more famously called as the Marine Drive has been populous with tourists and locals alike who gather there to for witness the mesmerizing waterfront.
 
But unfortunately, as compared to Marine drive, the eastern coastline is treated as Cinderella was treated by her evil step sisters. With little or no attention. 


But that’s soon to change because the Mumbai Port Trust plans to reinstate this part of Bombay, which stretches from Mazgaon Docks to Wadala, by constructing a 7-km long promenade giving Mumbai a Marine Drive 2.0!
 
That’s nearly twice the length of the original.
 
The plans sound grand as they are also going to include an ecological garden and a marina with a capacity to park 300 yachts.


And for all of us who want to visit the grand Elephanta caves but have been slightly laid off by the tedious travel it involves, fret not. There is a plan to build a ropeway between the island and Haji Bunder.
 
This overreaching beautification project is obviously going to be very expensive, but hey, we get ourselves another hangout spot!
#glimray #mumbai #marinedrive #marines #marketing #eastmumbai #glimraymarketing :) 

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Highlights of successful launch of Cartosat-2 and 103 other satellites...

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) set a new record in space mission achievements after it successfully launched 104 satellites in one go from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, on Wednesday morning.

This was ISRO’s first space mission for the year 2017, and the most complicated mission it has ever carried out. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee congratulated the space agency for the historic event that significantly boosts India’s space programme.

The space agency began the countdown for the launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)’s 39th flight on Tuesday after the Mission Readiness Review committee and Launch Authorisation Board gave its approval for lift off, ISRO said.

The PSLV-C37/Cartosat2 Series satellite mission included the primary satellite (Cartosat-2) and 101 international nano satellites. It also launched two of its own nano satellites, INS-1A and INS-1B.

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Tips to boost your travel business.
That’s good news for the offline agent industry and certainly there are many reasons for optimism.
However, the travel agent industry continues to be a challenge, with very low average annual incomes and almost no top young talent joining the industry. Yet, there are still those who perform much better than the rest.

Based on my interactions with them and analysis of thousands of traveler-and-travel-specialist interactions on Zicasso, I’ve put together a list of 20 useful tips for travel agents.
The ideas in the list are things that every agent can do – right now – in order to adapt to and thrive in today’s environment, in which travelers want personalized attention, good value, and the convenience of the internet.
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Places to explore in Christmas. 
Best place to Spend in Christmas...
A girl on a donkey leads a candle-carrying procession past San Miguel de Allende’s shops festooned with piñatas and poinsettias. When they stop before a Spanish-colonial building and break into song, you realize you’re witnessing the reenactment of Joseph and Mary’s search for shelter that takes place in the days leading up to Christmas.

Whether your winter holiday trip enhances your yuletide nostalgia with traditions, sparkly lights, and nippy air or makes a radical break from it—by, say, taking you to warmer climes or a quiet, far-flung hideaway—breaking the habit of staying home will always reward you with a Christmas you’ll never forget. With that goal in mind, we’ve rounded up diverse, exceptional places to get you in the spirit of taking off.

Related: Best Places to Travel in 2015

Quebec City is one of our favorite historic destinations for the holidays. The narrow cobblestoned streets and stone architecture of the walled city, founded in 1608 by French explorer Samuel de Champlain, make it as romantic and European as it gets on this side of the pond. Add to that a proclivity for snowfall and an abundance of top-notch bars and restaurants, and you may wish the New Year could be postponed.

But the appeal of warming up over the holidays is undeniable, too. For the die-hard contrarian, Kaikoura, New Zealand, ought to do the trick. It’s the height of summer there at Christmas, a holiday most often celebrated outdoors with backyard barbecues. But it’s also a great time to be hiking the rainforest of the Kaikoura mountain range or on the waters of Kaikoura Bay, one of the most biodiverse marine environments on the planet. It’s the summer home of sperm whales, fur seals, dusky dolphins, and pilot whales, and all it takes to commune with them is a boat and a bit of perseverance.

South America has weathered the global recession better than most regions, and it’s not hard to see why. Brazil in particular is peppered with off-the-beaten-track gems that offer a true escape, like the coastal Portuguese colonial town of Paraty, about 140 miles south of Rio. Its friendly locals, cerulean waters, exceptional beaches, and exotic-bird-filled jungles may make you forget what holiday it is altogether. Like we said: unforgettable.

• Trømso, Norway
• Prague
• Lapland, Finland
• Zurich, Switzerland
• Charleston, SC
• Reykjavík, Iceland
• Santa Barbara, CA
• Boston
• Edinburgh
• Nashville
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How to beat the falling pound: 10 simple ways to save money on your holiday.
If you haven't booked yet:
1. Bargain
Negotiation is the lifeblood of the travel industry. Its products are time-sensitive: a room left empty one night or an airline seat that isn’t filled can’t be resold the next day. So, particularly if you are booking at the last minute, bargain - especially when dealing with tour operators, travel agents and hotels.
2. Pick your times
If you are booking your travel independently, rather than as a pre-packaged holiday, make sure you get an overview using a website such as Skyscanner.net , which shows all the fares available on or around your chosen dates. To illustrate just how much fares can vary, I did a quick search for flights from London to Malaga, flying from August 24-31. The cheapest direct return was £149; the dearest, £589. Be sure to check what is included in the fare quoted (see below).
Save: up to 300 per cent on flights
3. Consider an indirect flight
Hanging around an airport departure hall when you could be on the beach might sound ridiculous but if you're really pinching the pennies, it's something to consider. A flight to Malaga on the same dates listed above can be found for more than £50 less (£96), if you're willing to spend a couple of hours in Copenhagen on the way home.
Save: up to 50 per cent on flights
4. Pick your dates
If you have to travel in the school summer holidays, go for the latest possible dates. The last week in August and the first in September are normally significantly cheaper than the rest of the holiday period. 
Save: 10-15 per cent over peak-season prices
5. Travel during October half term

The alternative to taking a family summer holiday is to travel in October instead. It’s a tricky time of year for weather in the Mediterranean - think about the Canaries, Morocco, or (if you can afford the flights) Florida instead - and book now to be sure of the lowest fares.

Save: 25-40 per cent over peak summer prices
6. Use price comparison websites – with care

Price comparison websites seemingly offer nothing but benefits to consumers looking for the best rates on car hire, travel insurance and package holidays. They can certainly save you money. But comparisons can be distorted by companies striving to offer the cheapest headline prices by stripping away as many extras (such as levels of insurance cover) as possible, just as the no-frills airlines do. The sites are getting better at reflecting pricing complexities (Skyscanner.net  in particular), but be very wary of buying on price alone.

Save: significantly
7. Check IT fares

IT stands for “inclusive tour”, the arrangement by which long-haul flights are sold as a package in combination with hotel accommodation or a hire car. Depending when and where you book, it can be cheaper to book this whole package, including the hotel, than buying the flight alone.

Save: £100s
9. Weigh and measure your luggage

Whether you are travelling with hand baggage only or checking bags into the hold, be absolutely sure that they are below the size and weight restrictions imposed by the airline before you leave for the airport. Excess charges are swingeing.

Save: £10s
10. Monitor the internet

Many travel companies, including airlines, hotel chains and car-hire brokers, circulate special offers and price reductions by email, for which you have to sign up. No-frills airlines and railway companies announce the opening of booking periods in the same way.

If you can commit yourself a long time in advance you will usually get the best fares, especially for peak periods. It may be annoying to get emails you don’t want, but, if you act quickly when an offer arrives, you can make significant savings - British Airways’ regular rounds of “world offers” are particularly worth following on Skyscanner.net .

Save: significantly
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6 incredible places to visit during Diwali!
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Tip: If you want a closer feel of the celebration in a particular city (or village), opt for a home stay. Believe us, it’ll be a memorable experience.
1. Jaipur: To understand the celebrations of Diwali in Jaipur, one has to experience it. The pink city is adorned in varied colours and the lights that will greet you will be like none that you have seen before. Apart from the houses being decked up, the entire markets are decorated with lights. One can also see musicians on the streets of the city. The markets here sell over a thousand types of earthen lamps in many shapes, sizes and colours. The decked up markets are flooded with traditional clothes and handicrafts. What more, the best illuminated market wins a prize. Apart from a feast to the eyes, you can treat your palate to delicious sweets and food items.
2. Varanasi: Varanasi, also known as Banaras is considered as one of the holiest cities in India. It is always abuzz with some kind of celebrations, and Diwali in Varanasi is something that one shouldn’t miss. On the occasion of Diwali, all the Ghats in Varanasi are lit up with thousands of diyas, and the mesmerising view certainly earns Varanasi the title of ‘City of Lights’ in Diwali. Fireworks can be seen and heard all night long and to truly be a part of it, one should rent a hotel near the riverside. The Special Ganga Aarti on the illuminated ghats is a different experience altogether.
3. Kolkata: Kolkata has its own style of celebrating Diwali. Kali Puja coincides with the festival of Diwali. Goddess Kali is worshipped on this occasion and you will get to witness unique offerings made to her during this fest. Apart from sweets and flowers, fish, meat and even a buffalo calf is offered to the Goddess. The city is lit up with lamps, bulbs and candles all over. A dazzling show of fireworks is a part of the celebrations too. Kolkata, also known as the city of joy, lives up to its name during Diwali.
4. Amritsar: A Punjabi adage goes ‘Dal Roti Ghar Di Diwali Amritsar Di. (There’s nothing like homemade food and Diwali in Glimray.com  This is indeed true. Diwali here, coincides with the celebrations of Bandi Chhor Divas, a Sikh festival. It marks the return of Sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji, who freed himself and Hindu Kings from the prison of Islamic ruler Jahangir and arrived at the Golden temple in 1619. The Golden temple glitters even more as it is draped in lights and the lake is lighted up with countless oil lamps and candles. Fireworks and festivities during Diwali in Amritsar is certainly a memorable experience.
. Goa: Diwali in Goa and its surrounding areas begins on the day of Naraka Chaturdashi. While cleaning the houses is a norm all over, people decorate their front doors and windows with kandeels (lanterns). Paper made scary-looking effigies of Narakasura, filled with grass and firecrackers, symbolising evil are made on Naraka Chaturdashi, and then burnt down around four in the morning the next day. While you can observe the traditions in Goa, you can also enjoy a vacation by visiting the beaches and casinos in Goa.
6. Kovalam: Kovalam in Kerala has made it to the list not coz of the fervor of Diwali here, but because Diwali is not a major festival at this destination. While the entire nation participates in the celebration of the festival of lights, celebrations in Kerala are low key. So if you want an escape from the hustle bustle of Diwali celebrations, Kovalam is certainly the place to be. As celebrations are on a very low scale, you can enjoy the picturesque beauty of the location.
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How to Recognize Travel Scams and Be Safe While Travelling:
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Recognize travel scams and be safe while traveling
Travelling always comes with some good and experiences. Sometimes one finds warm hospitality in an inhospitable place, whereas at times the most amazing destinations become hostile. Amongst the worst experiences is to be cheated. 
Tips 1:Research well
Like they say ‘Little knowledge is dangerous,’ and indeed it is true. Therefore research well when you visit a new destination or a country. Learn about its rule for citizens as well as foreigners. This way, you will be able to figure out if the person like a cop is charging you for the right offense or not.
Tips 2: Stay Alert
There have been incidents where a young child walks up to you to seek help and meanwhile you are busy understanding his problem; someone would run away with your luggage of valuables. Therefore, the best way is to hold on to your valuables tight. If you are travelling pair, ask the other person to take care of the belongings while you help the person. In case you are travelling solo, only choose to help someone, if you are fully convinced with the situation (think why didn’t anyone else help this person, he must have been standing there for good 10-15 mins).
Tips 3: Be Aware of the Taxi Drivers
As soon as you step out of the airport or train, a crowd of taxi drivers surround you offering to take you to the best affordable hotel. The thing is, most of them are paid a commission from the hotel owners, who cleverly charge this amount from you in the end. That is why, it is ideal to book a hotel in advance.
Tips 4: Say No to Hotel Room Security

There have been cases, when you receive a call from someone, while you are on a sightseeing tour of a place for Hotel Room Security. If you permit the person to run a security check while you are away, chances are he will bug your room with a hidden camera, which is illegal. That is why avoid such calls and never say yes to such security checks.
Tips 5: Stay Away from Extra Friendly Local
A common travel scam in major tourist areas, some friendly local (who just happens to speak excellent English) will approach and inform that the attraction you want to visit is closed for any number of reasons (religious ceremony, holiday, etc.). Then they’ll guide you to a different attraction or shop where you’re pressured to purchase something or pay a lot for entry
Tips 6: Don’t Accept Unwelcomed Help
While hanging out in a busy tourist location or landmark, a local offers to take a group photo of you and your friends. As you’re getting ready to pose, jumping shot or whatever, you’ll realize that your new friend has completely disappeared with your expensive camera. The best thing is to use selfie stick now and politely say no to any help offered in such congested tourist attractions.
Tips 7:Book Your Own Travel Tickets
There have also been incidents when someone offers to sell you train tickets at a discount, or avoid the line and pay a slightly higher price. Maybe a taxi driver offers to bring you to his friend who’s a local travel agent. Don’t fall for any of these scams but book your tickets online or through reliable tour operators.