Monday, August 2, 2021
post-Expectation or AcceptanceExpectation or Acceptance

MAMTA SEHGAL suggests that we choose acceptance over expectation to achieve peace of mind Life is all about expectations. At each stage of our life we expect things from the people around us. We expect a certain outcome to certain...

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post-Amla is the New SuperfoodAmla is the New Superfood

The Indian gooseberry, better known as Amla is a wonder food laden with benefits, says nutritionist and health expert, DEEPTI ANIL Amla or Awla as it is known is widely consumed in India in various forms – raw, dried, candied or...

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post-The Game Covid Plays With Immune SystemsThe Game Covid Plays With Immune Systems

DR DEEPAK RANADE attempts to investigate the mystery of Covid infections and its inexplicable response in different individuals that whips up a Cytokine Storm in some, while blowing away like a harmless breeze over others  Mankind is in the grip...

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post-Praying Silently & Giving QuietlyPraying Silently & Giving Quietly

Silent prayer along with silent giving makes me feel closer to God, says HARISH MOTWANI. But those who want to make a song and dance about their love for God must be having their reasons to do so, he adds...

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post-The Joys & Magic of Rural LivingThe Joys & Magic of Rural Living

DR PUSHPA CHATURVEDI describes the joys and magic of rural living, which nourishes the body, mind and soul There definitely is something really amazingly good about living amidst nature, in rural areas. Living in such an idyllic environment nurtures the body, mind...

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post-Introduce Your Children to YogaIntroduce Your Children to Yoga

Children have had their lives altered drastically by the Covid-19 pandemic. Yoga can prove to be a useful aid to manage both the physical as well as the mental health of a child and can be a useful tool for...

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post-Looking Beyond LifeLooking Beyond Life

Ironically, the recent lockdowns helped TANDRA CHAKRABORTY discover that there is so much more to life than workdays and the humdrum routine of life that we took for granted all these years  Not very long ago our life followed a...

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post-Living In Religious & Communal HarmonyLiving In Religious & Communal Harmony

Whether we are Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Sikh or none of these ― we are all one; those who try to divide us should be shown the door, says OSWALD PEREIRA I have a proud legacy. It’s not a legacy of...

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post-Online Education Evades Economically WeakOnline Education Evades Economically Weak

REENA SINGH wonders what is happening to education in thousands of small schools catering to the children of the economically weaker sections of society who cannot afford quality education for their children Since almost 18 months, my house help’s children...

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