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ARAB TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015
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By Jacqueline Biga
Happy birthday for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015: This
year you go back and forth between being practical
and emotional. People in your life might not be sure
which personality will appear. Just go with the flow,
and you will feel energized. If you are single, others
find your energy appealing. You will have to sort
through what might seem to be a flock of suitors.
Enjoy the process. If you are attached, your sweetie
could act as if you are new lovers as the intensity
between you keeps building. You will want plenty of
quality time together, and you’ll need to plan for
those special times. CANCER is a natural nurturer.
The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1Difficult
Capricorn - (Dec 22 - Jan 19)
**** You might decide to move forward with a
project that has been on the back burner. A partner
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could share a lot with you to encourage you to move
on this matter. Communication could be powerful if
you remain open. Tonight: Say “yes” to an offer that
is irresistible.
Aquarius - (Jan
20 - Feb 18)
**** You could be on top of what you are doing
if you would relax and go with the flow of the
moment. At this point, structuring plans might be
futile, as there is a strong likelihood you will need to
change them anyway. A loved one is lucky for you.
Tonight: Around good music.
Pisces - (Feb 19 - Mar 20)
***** You’ll feel very cared about as a loved
one demonstrates his or her feelings. You could find
yourself in an unusual, creative situation. Right now,
you need to follow your instincts. Your deep feelings
are right-on. Tonight: Let your imagination rock and
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roll.
Aries - (Mar 21 - Apr 19)
*** You’ll wake up with a smile and wear it
throughout the day. You could discover that a very
combative friend seems to be demanding changes in
areas that you would prefer stay the same.
Explaining the wisdom of your ways might be
important. Tonight: Be spontaneous.
Taurus - (Apr 20 - May 20)
**** You rarely exaggerate, yet your words will
have a loud, extravagant quality to them. A friend at
a distance could be far more provocative than you
originally had thought. You might have second
thoughts about inviting this person into your life.
Tonight: Join friends for TGIF!
Gemini - (May 21 - June 20)
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*** Before you act, you might need to evaluate
your thoughts and needs. Make yourself aware of
the financial implications of a potential change. Talk
to someone who understands your situation and has
more knowledge than you on the subject at hand.
Tonight: Say “yes.”
Cancer - (June 21 - July 22)
**** You tend to go to extremes emotionally and
financially. Be sure you can handle the implications
of pursuing a dream before you take off. A friend
might encourage you to take a hard look at what you
are about to do. Tonight: Have an important discussion.
Leo - (July 23 - Aug 22)
*** You might feel the need for more privacy.
Schedule time with a friend or loved one whom you
enjoy and can share your feelings with. Be willing to
shuffle your schedule around in order to suit your
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mood. You could be surprised by what happens.
Tonight: Play it low-key.
Scorpio - (Oct 23 - Nov 21)
Virgo - (Aug 23 - Sept 22):
*** Tap into your imagination and distance yourself while seeking a solution to a difficult situation.
You could be surprised by what becomes evident as
a result. Avoid repeating yourself in a conversation
with a loved one or family member. Tonight: Go for
a change of pace!
**** Friends surround you. Even someone
whom you view as an acquaintance could indicate
that you are a friend to him or her. Wherever you go,
invitations head your way. Do your best to get into
weekend mode. Others seem to await your response.
Tonight: Where the gang is.
Libra - (Sept 23 - Oct 22)
**** You might want to switch gears and adapt
to a situation involving your personal life. You are
likely to have a lot of energy when completing certain tasks by a certain time. Lighten up, and know
which direction you are heading in. Tonight: Out
with your pals.
beauty tips
Sagittarius - (Nov 22 - Dec 21)
**** Be more forthright in your choices. You
know what you want. At a certain point, you must
act. You will feel better when you have committed to
a path. Use caution with a Scorpio today; this person
has a way of affecting you. Tonight: Love the one
you’re with.
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Born today: Former US Vice-President Dick
Cheney (1941), actor Christian Bale (1974), former
US President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882)
taste buds
art on wall
rivina
anti aging eye cream
peppermint cocoa
Supplies:
Canvas
Yardstick
Pencil
Blue and Green paints
Instructions:
Use a yardstick to space out equal vertical lines
with a pencil. Then use the corner of a little card to
create those angled peaks to mimic the prism-like
shapes. Fill each shape in with a variety of shades of
blue and green. If you know how to mix colours then
mix them and fill in some of the space with it.
Rivina Humilis also known as coral berry, bloodberry,
rouge plant, baby pepper, is herbaceous plant to 4 feet,
sometimes woody at base; leaves ovate to oblong, thin, to
4 inches long, petioles slender; racemes slender, loose, to
8 inches long; flowers greenish to rosy; fruit bright red, 3/16
inch in diameter. It is native to the southern US, Mexico,
the Caribbean islands, and Central and South America.
Site: Brightly lit spot. Keep well away from direct sunlight. This plant needs bright light, warmth in winter.
Temperature: Average warmth in summer – minimum
55°F in winter.
Water: Keep compost moist at all times but never
waterlogged.
Ingredients:
1 ounce Jojoba oil
5 drops Chamomile essential oil
5 drops Rose essential oil
Directions:
Combine essential oils with Jojoba oil and store in
a one-ounce glass bottle with a dropper top. Apply 1
drop of the oil to your finger and gently smooth the oil
beneath your eye and onto the area just beneath the
brow bone. Do not apply oil directly to your eyelids.
Ingredients:
3 (4-1/2”) peppermint sticks
1 cup confectioners’ sugar
1 cup powdered nondairy creamer
3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
Method:
Place peppermint sticks in a airtight bag, beat to a
powder with a mallet. Combine peppermint with
sugar, creamer and cocoa. Add 1/4 cup mix to 3/4
cup boiling water for each serving. Store remaining
mix in a jar or airtight bag.
Dear Abby
Seizure in class ‘prompts’
lesson on reaction for kids
By Abigail Van Buren
Dear Abby: Last week, I had a seizure in front of
my fourth-grade students. This has never happened to
me before, so I had never spoken to my students about
such a thing. I want to write them and their families a
letter expressing my apologies, thanking them for their
kind thoughts and giving basic advice on how to handle a seizure. Is this appropriate? If so, how do I start
the letter?
— Appropriate in New Jersey
Dear appropriate: Before writing the letter,
check with the principal of your school. Because
you now know that you are
prone to having seizures, I think
it makes sense that your students should know what one is,
and what to do in case it happens again in the classroom.
Some seizures can be almost
unnoticeable, while others can
be quite severe. If yours are
severe, a student should immediately inform another adult and
Abigail Van Buren ask for help.
P.S. While you may want to thank everyone for
their kindness, it should not be necessary to apologize to anybody for something you couldn't control.
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Dear Abby: My daughter has always been very
independent. She had a normal childhood with the
usual friends and events, nothing traumatic that I
know of. She is a pretty girl with a funny personality
and is very bright.
The issue is, she is 18 and has been on only two
dates. She shows no interest in forming any sort of
romantic relationship. She has never had a boyfriend,
though many boys have expressed interest in her. The
two dates she did go on, one in high school and one in
college, she called "duds." She says she's not gay, and
has commented on good-looking guys. I don't know
what to think. Do you?
— Wondering mom
Dear wondering mom: You say your daughter
has always been independent. It's possible she
has enough self-assurance that she doesn't think
she needs a man in her life right now. It may also
be that before becoming emotionally involved with
anyone she would prefer to focus on her education or career path. Whatever her reasons, you
would be making a mistake to push her in any
direction she doesn't feel ready for, or make her
uncomfortable about being the way she is.
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Dear Abby: Mom passed away five years ago, and
Dad died four months ago. For the last years of his life
Dad was hoping we'd move into their home. It's a
beautiful place in a country setting with lots of trees,
including pecan trees. We were undecided.
After Dad died, my husband and I were at home
making all the funeral arrangements and we were both
emotionally exhausted. While I tried to stay busy
inside the house, my husband decided to go outside to
clear his head. While walking around the yard, he
found a pecan in the grass! Abby, there are no pecan
trees in this entire neighborhood. We knew the rational answer was that a squirrel must have dropped it, but
in our hearts we felt it was Dad giving us the hug we
needed so badly, and his way of telling us that everything will work out.
We will be moving into my parents' home in the
near future.
— At peace in Louisiana
Dear at peace: There's nothing nutty about
your experience. Sometimes we just need a
nudge from above to guide us into doing what's
right for us. I wish you well in your new home.
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Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also
known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by
her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at
www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los
Angeles, CA 90069.
(Source: Universal Uclick)
Photos from the event
KDA Kuwait distributes welfare and Karunyam funds
Kozhikode District Association (KDA), Kuwait distributed
Karunyam fund to Muhammed from Kuttikkattil,
Mujukunnu and Gopalan from Puliyanchery, Koyilandy. K.
Dasan MLA handed over the karunyam fund in a simple
function held at the residence of Muhammed and
Gopalan in Kozhikode. Association Organizing Secretary
Shaji K.V., Joint Treasurer Muneer Marakkan, Salimya
Area President Sasidharan P.K. and Former CEC member Sasidharan Kovileri participated in the function.
Family benefit fund disbursed to Salam from Fahaheel
Area. Association Fahaheel Area President Thaha K.V.
handed over the cash. Association President Haneef C.,
General Secretary Shyjith K., Treasurer Najeeb P.V., CEC
Members Sivadasan and Sameer Vellayil, Fahaheel Area
Secretary Jinesh, Honorary member Sameer CPC and
Fahaheel Area Members Das K.T. and Santhosh were
also attended this event.
Family Benefit Scheme implemented by Kozhikode
District Association, Kuwait have proved to be a blessing
hand to many members who need the financial support
due to injuries by accident and members bereaved family
upon the unexpected demise. Further, under the
‘Karunyam Scheme’ the Association has been providing
financial assistance to the underprivileged Kozhikode
natives to meet medical expenses for the treatment of
severe ailments. The numbers of applications we receive
for medical assistance are increasing day by day.
what’s on today
Site for checking travel ban www.kuwaitcourts.gov.kw/mojweb/NGeneral/Main.jsp
■ MCA health seminars, exhibition:
MCA Kuwait in partnership with IOMF will
hold health care seminars led by prominent
health care specialists in Kuwait namely Dr
Murali Gopal, Medical Oncologist —
Kuwait Cancer Control Centre, Dr Noble
Zachariah, Specialist Internist and
Diabetologist — Dar Al Shifa Clinic, Dr
Babu Uthaman, Associate Professor at the
Faculty of Medicine — Kuwait University &
Consultant Cardiologist in Kuwait Heart
Centre and Dr Prasad Nair, Senior
Consultant Nephrologist and Transplant
Physician — Organ Transplant Centre, Ibn
Sina Hospital, today (12:30 to 6:00 pm) at
Carmel School, Khaitan.
The organizers will also hold “SPEND
2015 handicrafts exhibition” today at
Carmel School, Khaitan from 12:30 to 6:00
pm. The themes for the paintings by students shall be “Nature in its vibrancy” or
“Life in action”. Selected best paintings will
be awarded cash prizes of US$ 150, US$
100, US$ 50 each, gifts of Handicrafts and
Certificates of Merit.
A variety cultural program by different
music, band and dance groups in Kuwait is
also planned for the day. A large assemblages of people are expected to attend
the program, which will be inaugurated by
HE Sunil Jain, Indian Ambassador to
Kuwait.
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■ K-Tic’s clothes collecting camp: We
are collecting clothes and dresses for poor
and people of African and friendly countries. And the same shall be distributed
through well-known esteemed organization
in Kuwait. Please collect and contribute
from your home here in Kuwait and pass
the message also. New and used (good
condition) clothes/dresses of any type –
men/women/kids – any age. Should be
neatly folded and organized (if possible
ironed and packed in newspaper. Last date
and time: Till Juma’a prayer today (before
11:30 am). Location to handover: K-Tic
Tamil Khutbah Masjid – Khaitan (opp to
Farwaniya Crown Plaza Hotel). Hotline:
97872482 / 99430786 / 99694208.
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■ MahaQuizzer Middle East: NITCAA —
Kuwait announces the third edition of
MahaQuizer ME — Kuwait, extension of
Maha Quizzer, the annual solo quiz conducted by Karnataka Quiz Association
(KQA) simultaneously across several
Indian cities. This is a solo open general
written quiz contest for participants, irrespective of age, nationality or affiliation.
The quiz is on Jan 30, 2015, from 2:00
pm to 3:30 pm with test centers in Salmiya
Indian Model School (SIMS), Fahaheel Al
Watanieh Indian Private School (DPS),
Ahmadi and United Indian School (UIS),
Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh. Special prizes for
ladies and students.
For further details and free online registration
log
on
to
http://nitcaakuwait.org/wp/?page id=1021
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■ Idukki Fest 2015: Idukki Association is
celebrating annual family gathering as a
mega event “Idukki Fest 2015” scheduled
on Jan 30, 2015 at Cambridge School,
Mangaf.
The Member of Idukki Parliament constituency and Patron of the association
Advocate Joice George will be the Chief
Guest. The Ambassador of India to Kuwait,
H.E. Sunil Jain will be the Guest of Honor.
Other dignitaries from various associations, business groups and other communities will be our guests.
The Malayalam cine-artist Tini Tom,
comedian Shaijo Adimali and their supporting will be presenting “Chirymelam” to
entertain the audience. In addition to that,
various cultural programs will be performed
by association members also.
The association is focusing on the mega
event to assist underprivileged individuals
from homeland through “Karunya Nidhi”.
Entry pass for Idukki Fest 2015 venue
was released in function by the General
Convener — Idukki Fest 2015 Benny
Perikilathu by handing over to Mrs Berly,
the Guest Relation Committee Convener
of Fest 2015. During the release function,
President Jaison Jacob, General Secretary
Biju Anto, and Treasurer Mathew
Areeparambil were addressed the gathering.
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Your entry to the Idukki Fest 2015 venue
will be controlled by the entry pass.
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■ Fakaju martial arts: Filipino, Arnis,
karate, judo Arnisudula international
(Caballero and illustrisimo style) wishes to
invite everyone who are interested to learn
complete martial arts such as: Arnis single
stick; arnis double sticks. Complete disarming: Long range, medium range, close
in fighting techniques; knife defense. Join
our regular training every Friday, 6:00 am
to 8:00 am, complete martial arts, Arnis,
Kali and Eskrima. For more details contact:
Wilson P. Noval, Mobile No. 99124178 and
Warli, Mobile No: 66884601.
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■ Scrabble sessions are back: Scrabble
sessions are back for all to come, learn
and play with us at Better Books,
Salmiyah, Bldg 19, next to Badur Travel,
opposite the Ministry of Private Education,
on Friday afternoons from 2:30-5:30 pm.
Inviting all kids aged 8 and above to join
me and play competitively with me
Rohaina. Classes are held every Saturday
from 12-1.30 pm. Bknelled, Euphuize,
Waqf, Zooeae are some of the lovely
words and there are 200,000 more you can
learn with us. But the fun part is playing this
wonderful game competitively. So come
and see us and call me @66634224,
Rohaina Tanweer.
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■ Tapondo self-defense class: Tapon-
emergency number 112
Civil ID info: 1889988
do-Phil Combat Aikido, Kuwait Chapter ...
Filipino method of self-defense, nonaggressive and defensive type of martial
arts, wish to invite everyone to join our
regular training every Wednesday 8:0010:00 pm and Friday 2:00-4:00 pm at the
Kaifan Karate Club. Easy to learn and
applicable to teens, men and women in all
walks of life. Contact Herms 66486346,
John 99478443, Warli 66884601, Elli
94000471.
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■ Tagalog Khutba for Filipinos: The
Ministry of Awqaf, Islam Presentation
Committee, & Kuwait Philippine Cultural
Center (KPC Center) invites all Filipino
Muslim & Muslima to hear Khutba
(Sermon) in Tagalog every Friday at
Marzouq Al-Badr Mosque, Abu Bakr AlSiddeeq St (at the back of Ambassador
Supermarket and SM Supermarket, near
Salhiya Police Station & Kuwait Airways
Bldg) in Kuwait City. There will be a community gathering and lunch after Friday
prayers at KPC Center in Farwaniya. For
further information, please call KPC
Center, Tel 4712574.
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■ St Paul’s Church services: Friday
Services — 10:30 am at St Paul’s Church,
Ahmadi; Friday Services — 7:45 pm Room
No. 2 of the Activities Hall in the National
Evangelical Church Compound, Kuwait
City. Sunday Services — 6:30 pm at St
Paul’s Church, Ahmadi. For more details
call
23985929
or
E-mail:
[email protected]
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■ Redeemed Christian Church: The
Redeemed Christian Church of God (HOD
Parish) worship in English.
Celebration Service: Friday 9 am – 11
am; Divine encounter: Sunday, 6:30 pm –
8:30 pm; Digging Deep (Bible studies):
Tuesday, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm; Night vigil
every last Friday of the month from 10 pm.
Venue: New Mishref. For more information and direction please call 9927-6603,
6557-7482.
Email:
[email protected]