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Ex-Governor Bhishma Narain Singh asks Narendra Modi to ban alcohol, tobacco on International Yoga Day
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Ex-Governor Bhishma Narain Singh asks Narendra Modi to ban alc...

Bhishma Narain Singh, today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to announce a ban on alcohol and tobbaco in the country on the occasion of International Yoga day. (Reuters) Former Governor of Assam and Tamil Nadu, Bhishma Narain Singh, today urged ... Financial Express, 1 month ago

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What Did Bhishma Advise Yudhishtra About Women While He Was On His Death Bed?

In ancient India, women were considered as superior to men. There are goddesses who are the ultimate idols of powers. The word shakti which means power is often associated with the women. As the source of life are women, women are the considered the ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago
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Grown-ups, it's never too late to colour

Colouring books for adults are helping people loosen up and rediscover their childhood, says Veenu Sandhu. Before we learn to read or write, we learn to draw and paint. But as we grow older, most of us stop playing with colours and let what is more pressing take over. Now, a spate of colouring books for adults is encouraging grown-ups to momentarily escape from the humdrum of everyday life and reconnect with the child in them. IMAGE: A page from Johanna Basford's Secret Garden. Photograph: ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Stunning 'Yakshagana' performance enthrals audience in Delhi

Delhi Karnataka Sangha (DKS) organised an overnight performance of ancient folk theatre form, Yakshagana, at its auditorium in R.K. Puram here during last week-end. The performance was given by one of the noted Yakshagana troops, 'GuruprasaditaYakshagana ...
 Sify5 days ago
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Store alert: Veg Non Veg opens in Delhi

by Can't get enough of your sneakers? Youre going to love VegNonVeg, India's first multi-designer sneaker shop dedicated to indulging your sporty side. It's born out of a collaboration between the apparel brand Bhane and creative agency The ...
 Elle India1 week ago

Mumbai: MU's Rs 4-lakh course seeks top execs as students

By Aparna Shukla | Posted 35 minutes ago Mumbai University (MU) is all set to launch the most-expensive post-graduation degree in the self-financed category — MA in Leadership Sciences. Apparently, it is the only skill development course in ...
 Mid Day1 week ago
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Capturing the glory of headgear

Sivarajah next to one of his depictions of a dancer in costume as the tragic hero Karna, son of the Hindu solar deity Surya. THE phrase crowning glory often refers to one's hair. For The Crowning Glory, an exhibition of artistic works by ...
 TheStar.com.my1 week ago

A year of Baahubali: Why SS Rajamouli's epic became what it did

Provided by India Today After running for about an hour-and-a-half, Baahubali hits the saturation point. A humongous 120-feet statue of the mighty antagonist Bhallaladeva is raised in Mahishmati. Amid all the grand moments, the cinematographer cuts ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago
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'People shoot their mouths off on Hinduism without bothering to understand it'

People on both sides of the Hindutva debate need to read and understand the texts first, Bibek Debroy, translator of the unabridged Mahabharata, tells Kanika Datta as he gets started on a similar project for the Ramayana. IMAGE: Siya Ke Ram is the latest serial based on the Ramayan to hit the television screen. Most scholars would consider it a lifetime's achievement to translate the 90,000 shlokas of the Mahabharata. But Bibek Debroy, economist and member of the NITI Aayog, the Planning ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Devavrata's oath

King Shantanu had a son through Ganga. When Ganga handed him over to Shantanu's care, she told Shantanu that Devavrata had been trained by Sukracharya, Parasurama and Brihaspati and would be an even greater warrior than Shantanu himself. Devavrata, ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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