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Prince Charles launches a Sustainable Clothing Line, lifestyle today news snippets, nov 14th

Prince Charles launches a Sustainable Clothing Line; WHO to establish Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India; A Cotton Mask that disinfects in Sunlight; No matter what we do, we are on the point of no return, according to a new study; Speculations on Prabhu Deva to marry his niece

Prince Charles launches a Sustainable Clothing Line

We heard Prince Charles talk strongly about climate change, now he launched a sustainable clothing collection. In partnership with Modern Artisian the Capsule collection has the designs done in Italy, the crafting at Dumfries house, a 2000 acre estate in Scotland which is part of the Prince’s foundation. 18 pieces are there in the sustainable collection made with single-fibre fabric and end of the line fibre. The collection consisting of men’s and women’s wear includes silk blouses, cashmere jumpsuits among others with a price range from $475 to $1,550.  

WHO to establish Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India

World Health Organisation will set up a Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of WHO announced on Friday during a video conferencing on Ayurveda Day. “It is a matter of pride for all Indians that the WHO has chosen India for establishing its Global Centre for Traditional Medicine. Now work will be done in this direction from India,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

A Cotton Mask that disinfects in Sunlight

Cotton masks are quite common, especially homemade masks that match the attire. As such a cotton mask serves the purpose of filtering nanoscale aerosol particles. However, when the mask is removed, there is every chance that viruses and bacteria lingering on the mask can infect another person. Hence researchers at  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces,  Gang Sun, Peixin Tang, Nitin Nitin and their team developed mask with “a new cotton fabric that would release reactive oxygen species (ROS) when exposed to daylight, killing microbes attached to the fabric’s surfaces”, in addition to the mask being safe to use, reusable and washable. The fabric used for the mask is made of rose Bengal dye killed 99.9999% of bacteria. The researcher’s claim that the mask can be hand washed ten times and exposed to the daylight for seven days without losing antimicrobial activity.

No matter what we do, we are on the point of no return, according to a new study

According to a new study, earth will grow warmer even if the zero-emission is implemented to perfection. The research conducted at the BI Norwegian Business School used the ESCIMO climate model that showed the permafrost will continue to melt for centuries even if the greenhouse gas emission is completely stopped. “If we want to stop this melting process we must do something besides – for example, suck CO2 out of the atmosphere and store it underground, and make Earth’s surface brighter.”, says the researchers. However, some scientist disagreed with the studies by saying that the model used was not very complex and it did not accurately reproduce atmospheric and ocean circulation systems.

Speculations on Prabhu Deva to marry his niece

Dance Guru, Prabhu Deva is rumoured to be in a relationship with his niece who is 9 years younger to him. The 47-year-old actor and choreographer was previously married to Ramlata with whom he had 3 children. Elder child died of Cancer. Later he was in a relationship with Nayantara but parted ways. If speculations are to be believed he is to marry his niece. On his work front, he is directing a film ‘Radhe’ with Salman Khan and Disha Patani. 

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