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3 money lessons from yoga
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3 money lessons from yoga

Make yoga your way of life and enjoy the unconditional and uncountable benefits leading to better physical and financial health, says Harjot Singh Narula The spirit of yoga is being celebrated globally today as International Yoga Day. Originating from the Sanskrit 'yuj', Yoga is a mind and body practice with origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Yoga is a way of life and offers numerous health benefits to an individual practicing yoga through peaceful amalgamation of body, mind and soul. But ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

Billionaire's son stayed in Hyderabad for a month to understand value of money

Son of a Surat based billionaire who was born and brought up amidst riches and had studied in the USA has successfully survived in Hyderabad on a Rs 500 pocket money to understand poverty, the value of money and above all the travails of unemployed youth in ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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'Indians' love for social media is driving sale of cameras'

'As people crave for better quality in their pictures, they are going for DSLR, which is driving sales.' Nikon India MD Kazuo Ninomiya shares his plans for how the camera giant plans to clock sales worth Rs 1,200 crores in FY18. IMAGE: 'Selfie-clicking is very high among Indians. We appreciate this,' says Kazuo Ninomiya, managing director, Nikon India. Aptly illustrated by these soldiers taking selfies at a Republic Day parade in Mumbai. Photograph: Shailesh Andrade/Reuters. Nikon, the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

“A song is readied for a film much before. So how can I delay a movie or its soundtrack?” – Pritam finally opens up about Jagga Jasoos

He’s through—after six almost back-to-back exhausting assignments! A refreshed Pritam (after his last break of a few months) is now fatigued mentally by a deluge of prestigious films including the home productions of the three leading Khans ( Dangal, ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 days ago
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Branded fashion goes to small-town India

AND, W, Biba step up their game worldwide. While global brands go all out to woo India customers. IMAGE: Smaller Indian cities have ready customers, hungry for branded fashion, but they do not have many options, says a market expert. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters. For a few years now, global fashion brands H&M, Zara, Forever 21, among others, have been beating up the dust on Indian streets. Some with high decibel campaigns and others with heavily discounted sales. Even as these brands ...
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She's taking the fight to the tobacco companies

'Imagine the message it sends to people. They will think tobacco cannot be a killer because LIC is investing in it.''The so-called rakshak (protector) has become a bhakshak (destroyer).'Ranjita Ganesan meets Sumitra Pednekar who is spearheading a campaign against tobacco.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Young people in her neighbourhood know to put away any cigarettes when Sumitra Hooda Pednekar is around. To them, the 60 year old is "that lady" who always stops to condemn the use of ...
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Dutch bank ING thrives in Germany with zero-fee, online-only accounts

AMSTERDAM/FRANKFURT - To find a bank that is thriving in Germany's troubled banking sector, look no further than ING of the Netherlands, which is upending German tradition with a radical online-only, no-frills and zero-fees offering. With its bright orange ...
 Sify1 week ago
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'Indian men don't have sex'

'We are the largest film industry in the world.''We employ millions and entertain billions.''We generate the highest amount of sales tax.''Our stars pay the highest amount of income tax.''All I would say is: Don't f*** it up!' Photograph: Kind courtesy Bidita Bag/Instagram Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, the Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer, has run into trouble with the Censor Board. The Central Board of Film Certification has suggested 48 cuts even though the film received an 'A' certification. Directed ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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This engineer wants to change tribal lives

Vat Vrikshya -- banyan tree in Sanskrit -- helps tribal women, with absolutely zero formal education, set up businesses. IMAGE: Vikash Das is a first generation entrepreneur. All photographs: Kind courtesy Vikash Das "One day I thought to myself, what am I doing sitting in a cubicle and making an MNC richer!" With these thoughts, Vikash Das, 28, decided to quit his high paying job as a security analyst at IBM, Bengaluru, where he had been working for three-and-a-half years. "I had a good job, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Jeenees: Changing the way we Indians gift

'In India, we have a strange affinity towards recycling gifts.''The idea of a gift registry is to help people give the gifts the receiver would like rather than palming off unwanted gifts.' Earlier in the series: The heiress who chose to be an entrepreneur IMAGE: Prashant Sareen, right, and Roopak Kapoor, left, of Small Screen, the company behind Jeenees and Newslaundry.com   The gifting market in India is changing, slowly but surely. And Jeenees is among the latest apps driving that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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