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Breathe in for a calm life, breathe out for happiness

Chennai-based Indian School of Breathing founder Dr Sukanya tells Shobha Warrier how breathing and meditation are key to a happy and longer life.  Breathing can solve all your ailments and......

IAF show takes Hyderabad's breath away

The Indian Air Force organised a scintillating air show over the Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad on Saturday, enthralling thousands.It was a rare display of the awesome capabilities of the IAF......

India's controversial godmen

The controversy over Sant Rampal and his army of followers taking the law into their hands has once again thrown the spotlight on the clout that India's godmen possess. Though health, well-being......

India's 10 most controversial gurus

The controversy over Sant Rampal and his army of followers taking the law into their hands has once again thrown the spotlight on the clout that India's godmen possess. Though health, well-being......

B K S Iyengar: Profile of a yogi as a teacher

Most yoga teachers are not driven towards popular acclaim or fame. But Bellur Krishnamachar Sunderaraja Iyengar was goaded by the challenge to prove himself to all those who had dismissed him as a......

India's mushrooming medical cities

In August 1883, the quiet American city of Rochester came tumbling down under a tornado. As 24 people breathed their last, 40 others were left gasping for breath and medical care. The disaster gave......

How Indian firms can globalise

Multinational companies are breathing down your neck. Indian companies will need to learn how to be competitive to succeed. Get ready to globalise. Begin now. . .In today's open economy with......

Sumantra Ghoshal dead

Management guru, leading economist and founding dean of the Indian School of Business Hyderabad, Dr Sumantra Ghoshal, passed away in Hampstead, United Kingdom, on Wednesday due to brain......

Smart city challenge: Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, are you ready?

At a time when the world is talking about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of developing ‘100 smart cities’ to accommodate the burgeoning population of India, we take a......

Chandilya's grand plans to make AirAsia top airline in India

Former model and entrepreneur Mittu Chandilya wants to make AirAsia India's leading airline. Does he have it in him?   Image: AirAsia India, CEO Mittu Chandilya (centre) with actors Shah Rukh......

Sooraj Barjatya: Vivah is my toughest film

He is known to be the filmmaker who breathed new life into Indian cinema at a time when video piracy and satellite television were set to spell its doom.Full credit goes toSooraj R Barjatyafor......

Review: Rang Rasiya is an important film

Rang Rasiya is not a consistent film, but one that tells a story of a pioneering artist and visionary, a story decidedly worth telling, says Raja Sen. Censorship is an utterly pointless and......

Youngistaan review: I wouldn't vote for It

Youngistaan neither says something new nor does it reinforce time-tested wisdom in a way that you actually want to pay attention to it, feels Paloma Sharma. The civilisation is ancient, the......

Cleavage, stalkers, item gals: Has Bollywood got it WRONG?

They say that cinema is a reflection of society. If that is true, what kind of society are we living in, asks Paloma Sharma. It is late Monday night. I flip through the channels on my television,......

How Farhan Akhtar perfected his Milkha Singh look

When Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Bandra, a western Mumbai suburb, held a sporting meet for the parents of students in February this year, it was no surprise to see actor Farhan......

India's hockey great Leo Pinto passes away

One of the country's all-time great hockey players and the oldest Olympian, Leo Pinto, breathed his last in Mumbai on Tuesday at the age of 96."He died of old age. At his peak he was considered as......

My brother doesn't like watching me live: Sachin

India watches with bated breath when Sachin Tendulkar comes out to bat but one man prefers to go on a long drive just to avoid seeing him live in action. And he happens to be the maestro's own......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

'It's hard to believe my wonderful journey is coming to an end'

In his long and illustrious career Sachin Tendulkar was a man of few words, and even fewer emotions. However, even as he retired from international cricket he could neither hold back his emotions......

Former India goalkeeper Kakade passes away

Former India football goalkeeper Bandya Kakade, a member of the squad that won a bronze at the 1970 Asian Games in Bangkok, passed away in Mumbai, on Wednesday. The 67-year-old former custodian......

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Q. story of Laila Majnu ? pls
:  A. Laila was a beautiful girl born in a rich family. Being no less than a princess, she was expected to marry a wealthy boy and live in grandeur and...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/story-of-laila-majnu--pls//answers/17488899

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Q. Why India is becoming a destination for many foreign students especially from Iran, Gulf countries, Africa etc for courses like engineering, medicine, dentistry etc? Is it the easy admission available in India by paying huge capitation fee for these courses? Your views?
Bhura Singh Sidhu:  A. The two most preferred destination for higher studies in asia is Indian and China. India has advantage over China when it comes to language.Public...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/why-india-is-becoming-a-destination-for-many-foreign-student/17488853/answers/16625073

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Q. Likhe jo khat tujhe ,woh teri yaad me,Hazaron rang ke,nazare ban gaye,Sawera jab huaa ,to phool ban gaye,jo raat aayee to ,sitaren ban gaye!!!\Letters can create magic .It gives pleasure to many and is an unavoidable part of relationships,today. Previously,people used to wait for the Postman to receive letters from their dear ones, but now with the support of Modern technology, it has become very convenient as SMS and emails can be sent and received within seconds. Write your views about, what role "letters" and "messages" play in your life.?
Good Citizen:  A. Dear Rachana,THE ADVANCED age of science and technology has changed the world. Hardly ten years back, the world was not much developed in the field...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/likhe-jo-khat-tujhe-woh-teri-yaad-mehazaron-rang-kenazare-ba/16621790/answers/14470519

Rachana
Q. Who first explained the fundementals and techniques of Yoga ?
Rachana:  A. Yoga was introduced in the West during the early 19th century. It was first studied as part of Eastern Philosophy and began as a movement for...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/who-first-explained-the-fundementals-and-techniques-of-yoga-/14464177/answers/15920762

Kavita Prsd
Q. we want many more information about swine flu.
Kavita Prsd:  A. As we face the scourge of swine flu, the situation is not being helped by some of the irresponsible media reporting. Many of are in a state of...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/we-want-many-more-information-about-swine-flu./15920670/answers/15353103

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Too many roles causing India skipper MS Dhonis unrest

Mahendra Singh Dhoni arrived in Indian cricket as a breath of fresh air in 2004-05. Not a product of any finishing school, his see-it-hit-it... ...

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2 million reasons India should restrict antibiotics

Seeking quick, cheap solutions to common colds and fevers is now threatening to place two million Indians at risk of dying every year by 2050 Charu... ...

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Horror unfolds in school

At a time when the human spirit must rise above petty differences, the most inhuman terrorist attack on innocent children takes place. Coordinators... ...

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9 Things You Still Don't Know About Bharat Ratna Madan Mohan Malviya

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Fast and serious

A first person account of exploring human limits at a marathon at 17,700 feet in Leh Since my school days, I have keenly followed the... ...

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