Did you know your whiskey can expire

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Indulging in whisky is a leisurely affair, quite distinct from the time-sensitive nature of wine consumption. Unlike wine, there’s no rush to finish an opened whisky bottle within a set timeframe. Yet, a pertinent question arises: Does whisky have an expiration date, especially after you’ve poured your first dram and returned it to the confines of your bar cabinet? In brief, yes, whisky does have a shelf life after being opened, contingent on the level of liquid remaining in the bottle. The interaction of whisky with oxygen triggers oxidation, ultimately leading to its expiration. The volume of whisky in the bottle plays a crucial role, with a fuller bottle minimizing the ingress of oxygen, and preserving the spirit, whereas an emptier bottle increases the risk of oxidation. The longevity of an opened bottle of whisky is intricately tied to its fill level. If the bottle is at least half-full, the whisky remains enjoyable for one or two years. However, as the liquid depletes, with only a quarter or less remaining, the expiration clock accelerates to around six months, as per insights from The Tasting Table. Upon unsealing, the alcohol content can decrease due to ethanol evaporation, altering the taste profile. For example, the extended exposure of rich, peated scotch whiskies to air diminishes their intensity over time.
Uttarakhand: Seri village sinking
Uttarakhand: Seri village sinking

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Ashish Walter
Seri Village located 40 kilometers from Bageshwar district known for its stunning view of the Himalayas is facing an uncertain future due to land submergence. The Uttarakhand district disaster management office claims to have relocated eight affected families from Seri village.
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At Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's wedding
At Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's wedding, John Cena does a bhangra dance and adopts the "you can't see me" pose

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Ajay Singh
WWE champion John Cena sparked excitement by wearing a bandhgala suit and performing bhangra at the Anant Ambani-Radhika Merchant wedding, incorporating the signature 'you can't see me' pose into his dance routine.
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Winning and Losing Happen in Life, says Rahul Gandhi on people being nasty on Smriti Irani
Winning and Losing Happen in Life, says Rahul Gandhi on people being nasty on Smriti Irani

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Nazar Abbas
On Friday, LOP Rahul Gandhi requested people not to use foul language towards Smriti Irani who lost Amethi Lok Sabha Election 2024, who vacated her official bungalow recently.
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In Monsoons. nine hill stations in India to avoid as they are prone to landslides
In Monsoons. nine hill stations in India to avoid as they are prone to landslides

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Nazar Abbas
In India there are many hill stations which are popular because of their scenic beauty. Some of these hill stations are prone to landslides and must be avoided in monsoons for safety 
The Times of India
UP CM Yogi Adityanath asks private schools to give admission to less- privileged kids
UP CM Yogi Adityanath asks private schools to give admission to less- privileged kids

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Nazar Abbas
UP CM Yogi Adityanath wants private schools to admit children from less privileged communities who are living below poverty line meeting the required eligibility in the admission process. 
Hindustan Times
President appoints Professor Mohammad Shakeel as VC of Jamia Millia Islamia University
President appoints Professor Mohammad Shakeel as VC of Jamia Millia Islamia University

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Nazar Abbas
As per the JMI Act, 1988 President of India in capacity as Visitor of Jamia Millia Islamia has appointed Prof. Mohammad Shakeel as VC of the university.
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