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A-Woman-Parliamentarian-Of-Substance
A Woman Parliamentarian Of Substance
February, 2014

Ruby Dhalla is a Canadian politician. She represented the Riding of Brampton-Springdale in the Canadian House of Commons from 2004 to 2011 as a member of the Liberal Party. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba to an immigrant punjabi family from India, she is being honoured by our government for making history for being among one of the first Indian origin women to be elected to parliament in their host country.

By Ajay Sood
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Kila Raipur Olympics … Rural-India Style …
April, 2014

I was perched precariously, with my camera gear, on the crowded 4 feet by 7 feet roof of a guard tower at the far end of the Kila Raipur Stadium. A videographer, who had shot at Kila Raipur earlier as well, had captured the lion’s share of the available roof space. There were 8-10 other villagers standing alongside. And the roof had no railing. Needless to say, it was not

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Dharamshala – Doorstep Of Dazzling Dhauladhar
March, 2014
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Lucknow – Of Heritage And Cuisine
February, 2014
By Naresh Singal
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Even Minute Changes Can Play A Big Role
April, 2014

It is not necessary that all minute details at home be built or structured according to Vastu or Feng Shui. If there are no major flaws, making even minute changes in the direction of the toilet, bedroom, office, etc., can be quite effective. There are many important factors in Feng Shui which are equally crucial and need consideration, like the placement of the furniture, of electronic equipment and the like

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Heavy Construction In North East Stops Financial Growth!
March, 2014
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Apply Feng Shui To Your Child’s Room To Improve Their Emotional Wellbeing
February, 2014

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By Anshul Gupta
IPL – Corroboration of Virtue?
April, 2014

While the Supreme Court intervention into the sleaze surrounding the betting scandal, the imminent upheavals in the BCCI, and the uncertainty surrounding the present IPL Season is grabbing headlines today across media, that for us is grist for another windmill, and the content for another upcoming issue. However, it would not be wrong to say that the IPL was probably the best thing that has happened to Indian Cricket. We

Golf-To-The-Fore
Golf To The Fore
February, 2014
By Stella George
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Jaggery
April, 2014

The manufacture of sugar from sugar-cane juice is an industrial process that involves a cocktail of chemicals. Sulphur dioxide, lime, phosphoric acid, formic acid, bleaching agents and viscosity reducers are just a few of these. Moreover, as the processing of sugar is carried out in equipment and containers made out of mild-steel, it often leads to a high dosage of nickel in the mother liquor.

In contrast to this,

By Jyothi Venkatesh
I-Am-Learning-Acting-Even-Now
“I Am Learning Acting Even Now”
March, 2014

AMITABH BACHCHAN says that he does not like to be called the King of Bollywood, during a tete-a-tete with Jyothi Venkatesh of NRI Achievers, along the sidelines of the launch of the theatrical trailer of his forthcoming film “Bhoothnath Returns,” a film jointly produced by Bhushan Kumar, Kishan Kumar and Renu Ravi Chopra under the banner of T-Series & BR Studios, at PVR Juhu in Mumbai recently … Here are

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Gunday
January, 2014
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Ugly
January, 2014

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