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'Too much togetherness does not work in a couple'

'Too much togetherness does not work in a couple'

'A family works best when a husband and wife share a 15 to 20 per cent relationship.' 'Sex may not form the central part of a relationship, but to be able to spell out one's desires, even if they are not fulfilled, is what keeps couples together.' Ursula Troescher-Huefner, the leading German psychotherapist, tells contributor Rashme Sehgal, 'It is important to understand how the soul of an individual works' in a fascinating interview. What is systemic therapy? Systemic therapy goes ..., 3 days ago

Are you down with start-up fever? Read this!

  It is risky for individual investors to invest directly in start-ups. Check the promoter team, understand the business and look for an exit route, before deciding on a plunge Chennai-based Divakar Vijayasarathy, chief executive, MeetUrPro, which provides online legal and financial services, says seven to eight of his high net worth investor clients have invested directly in start-ups. They have an individual net worth of about Rs 25 crore (Rs 250 million) and their investments are in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'My wife wants to control me; how do I handle her?'

In an online chat with Get Ahead readers on August 13, Love Guru advised them on their relationship problems Here's the unedited chat transcript: Kabir Khan: Last girl loved me has the same scenario as the last one.. She is mentally disturbed and unable to decide which way to go. What should I do? Shall I approach her family and try convince them? Pls advise. Love Guru: Kabir Khan, that's a strange experience, love usually is expected to overcome barriers -- be they social, religious, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'Why and how did science in India stagnate?'

'Indian ganita predictions were as good as or better than the best elsewhere.' 'The debate between mythology and "rational" science in India is at least as old as Aryabhata and Brahmagupta and, to this day, has not been resolved in the Indian popular thinking on science.' Professor Roddam Narasimha, FRS, is a distinguished aerospace scientist and among the first few Indian engineers to be elected to several leading international academies like the Royal Society, the US National Academies of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'Earlier people stared at me as if I was an animal. Not anymore'

In our Special Independence Day series, looks at India through the lives of her people. Today: Kalpana Ghodawat, a brave acid attack survivor, who runs a beauty parlour. Kalpana has undergone at least 100 surgeries, but feels one must always love life. Her favourite place in the world, she says, is her beauty parlour where she loves making women look more beautiful. We salute her courage! I wake up early and go to my shop by 9 am. It is a grocery shop which belongs to my son. I am ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

10 ways to avoid hasty market decisions

And, of course, create wealth over the long-term 1. Volatility is a normal part of long-term investing From time to time, there will inevitably be volatility in stock markets as investors react to changes in economic, political and corporate environments. As an investor, your mind-set is critical. When we are prepared at the outset for episodes of volatility on the investing journey, we are less likely to be surprised when they happen, and more likely to react rationally. By having a mindset ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Aesthetics of treating compositions

Mehfil There are two main aspects of performance — baawat (content) and tareeqa (method of expression or skill). Since the latter rules the world now and lack of substantial content has reduced music to sheer excitement, the maestros need to ...
 The Statesman2 months ago

Applying for an education loan? Get your basics right

A dummy's guide to all you must know about before availing an education loan As the educational expenses are soaring, education loans have become very common means of financing higher education. Most students expect to earn high salaries at the end of their professional training and are likely to be in a position to repay these loans over a period of time. Both public sector and private sector banks offer education loans. State Bank of India is the pioneer in the education loan segment. It ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Diary of a first-time dad: Inside the labour room

Rahul Bhattacharya recounts the anxiety of being in the labour room and the joy that follows. This year we had a Holi party. On the menu was chhole, which I cooked after Shruti pressure-cooked it with tea leaves; chicken in a cashew paste and kadhai paneer, both of which Shruti made; and kachoris, samosas and two types of gujia (kesari and coconut) from the outstanding chain Bikanervala. Our friends brought kulchas, further kachoris and ras malai. We were eleven in all. There was beer, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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