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Brain’s mechanism of creating detailed and enduring memories unravelled in a new study
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Brain’s mechanism of creating detailed and enduring memories unravelled in a new study

The brain seems to have a natural mechanism in place to preserve information and avoid interference and disruption of memories.

A trip down memory lane: Asian Paints’ iconic ‘Har Ghar Chup Chap Se Kehta Hai’ is back, urging people to stay at home
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A trip down memory lane: Asian Paints’ iconic ‘Har Ghar Chup Chap Se Kehta Hai’ is back, urging people to stay at home

Asian Paints’ revival of its iconic ‘Har Ghar Chup Chap Se Kehta Hai’ campaign is apt, during these times of social distancing as our homes and our families are the biggest support we can get.

Human brain actively forgets 'unnecessary' memories when we sleep: Study
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Human brain actively forgets 'unnecessary' memories when we sleep: Study

According to researchers, the REM sleep-active neural pathway plays an important role in active forgetting.

India and the Indian: The Remembered and the Forgotten, by Sunalini Kumar and Sarnath Banerjee
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India and the Indian: The Remembered and the Forgotten, by Sunalini Kumar and Sarnath Banerjee

The nation takes your memory away in other ways. It makes your memories irrelevant, your stories ridiculous. It says the sky and sea are not yours to know, the soil is not yours to till, and the goddess is a fiction only illiterates recite.

Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women
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Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women

With their e-book Food Memories of Migrant Women, Mumbai Mobile Creches (MMC) aims to capture the cultural multiplicity and the migrant perspective, through the documentation of several regional recipes from across India.

People recalled day-old memories better after tiny electrical pulses to the brain
science

People recalled day-old memories better after tiny electrical pulses to the brain

There was a better recollection in the group that received electric stimulation that excited their neurons.

I won't be replacing coconut oil in my pantry with any other fat — here's why
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I won't be replacing coconut oil in my pantry with any other fat — here's why

It isn't coconut oil that is a danger to our health, but the vehicle carrying it that is suspect.

Snapchat now allows you to export videos not only in circlular but also square format
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Snapchat now allows you to export videos not only in circlular but also square format

The update will roll out for iOS and Android and apply to both the launched versions of the glasses.

Snapchat rebrands itself as Snap Inc and launches Spectacles camera
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Snapchat rebrands itself as Snap Inc and launches Spectacles camera

Snapchat rebranded itself as Snap Inc and announced a new wearable gadget called Spectacles.

Apple releases macOS 10.12 Sierra to the public as a free update
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Apple releases macOS 10.12 Sierra to the public as a free update

New features meant specifically for the desktop include Universal Clipboard, iCloud Desktop and Documents, Auto Unlock, and Apple Pay on the web.

New save function for photos, videos launched by Snapchat
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New save function for photos, videos launched by Snapchat

Snapchat announced a new feature that enables users to save and share their content, a big change for the popular social messaging app widely used for sending photos and videos that disappear in a day.

It is now possible to get bad memories out of your head
Life

It is now possible to get bad memories out of your head

It is possible for us to intentionally forget past experiences by changing how we think about the context of those memories, says a study.

Did you know brain transfers memories for long-term storage while we rest?
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Did you know brain transfers memories for long-term storage while we rest?

The memories that are formed in one part of the brain are replayed and transferred to another area for long-term storage, even while our bodies take rest.

Here's your chance to spare some memories for your loved ones
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Here's your chance to spare some memories for your loved ones

HDFC Life has better plans for you so that you can have your own#MemoriesForLife and leave much more than money for your near and dear ones.

Leave behind something more valuable than money for your loved ones
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Leave behind something more valuable than money for your loved ones

HDFC Life, however, has better plans for you so that you can have your own #MemoriesForLife and leave much more than money for your near and dear ones.