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Wishesh Magazine October 2016

Here is the Latest October Edition of Wishesh Magazine. Sushma Swaraj as a cover story, Onam the festival of Oneness, and more Interesting Stories of Fashion, Romance, NRI Profiles, Lifestyle, Indian Events, Automobiles, Movie Reviews, Healthy Living, Indian Yoga, Business and Many More exciting stories on Wishesh Magazine.

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WISHESH<br />

W O R L D N E W S A N D E N T E R T I N T M E N T M A G A Z I N E<br />

.COM<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong><br />

VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 10<br />

World news<br />

Begining of End<br />

History<br />

Rich heritage<br />

Travelogue<br />

Nature and culture<br />

Onam<br />

Festivity and Traditiondition<br />

Befitting reply<br />

spirituality redefined<br />

Sushma Swaraj<br />

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Editiors Page<br />

With immense pleasure we would<br />

like to welcome you to the<br />

<strong>October</strong> edition of the magazine, that<br />

is filled with the most entertaining and<br />

interesting information which you should<br />

know. We are extremely delighted and<br />

humbled with all your support which<br />

has helped us with much enthusiasm to<br />

release the <strong>Wishesh</strong> magazine month<br />

after month.<br />

We have put all our effort to bring you<br />

the most important happenings such as<br />

the festivity and tradition of Onam, the<br />

treacherous Pakistan Uri attack, Preface<br />

to the birth of Lord SriKrishna, the rich<br />

ancient history of India, the healthy and<br />

mouth watering Indian recipe, et al. It<br />

was a month of happening in every fold<br />

of life.<br />

We bring to you the tasty Indian food<br />

that you have forgotten once you left<br />

your motherland. This month’s cover page gives you the importance of a guru or teacher in<br />

mending your life. The knowledge guru has imparted to you in the betterment of your life. And<br />

many more, which will delight you with lots of information and knowledge of your motherland.<br />

<strong>Wishesh</strong> magazine is the only magazine that provides you with such a vast variety of<br />

information which are of the interest of our readers.<br />

Read, Relax, Rejuvenate<br />

and Enjoy!!!<br />

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CHIEF<br />

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14-25<br />

Indian Diaspora<br />

Bannerugatta<br />

Dungri Garasia<br />

Gadulia Lohar<br />

26-29<br />

Cover Story<br />

Tight slap to Pakistan by<br />

Sushma Swaraj at UNGA<br />

30-31<br />

Story for Kids<br />

Preface to the Birth of<br />

Sri Krishna<br />

32-33<br />

Healthy Living<br />

Healthy living is Happy living<br />

CONTENTS<br />

14 - 17<br />

Bannerugatta<br />

26 - 29<br />

Sushma Swaraj<br />

at UNGA<br />

34-35<br />

Indian Food<br />

Ulli Theeyal<br />

36-37<br />

Nri profile<br />

Krishna Bharat<br />

42-43<br />

Desi News<br />

Uri attack<br />

32- 33<br />

Healthy Living


44- 45<br />

In Business<br />

44-45<br />

In Business<br />

Railway budget merged<br />

46-49<br />

In Focus<br />

Telangana inundated<br />

52- 53<br />

Indian<br />

Yoga<br />

50-51<br />

Freedom Fighter<br />

Dadabhai Naoroji<br />

52-53<br />

Indian Yoga<br />

Matsyasana<br />

58 -59<br />

Romance<br />

54-55<br />

LifeStyle<br />

Perfect lifestyle for long<br />

life<br />

56-57<br />

Relationship<br />

Keeping relationships<br />

intact<br />

58-59<br />

Romance<br />

Romancing in the bed


60-67<br />

Travelogue<br />

Jabalpur<br />

68-73<br />

Indian History<br />

Ancient Indian history<br />

CONTENTS<br />

60- 67<br />

Jabalpur<br />

76-79<br />

Jaguar XF<br />

74-75<br />

Technology<br />

ISRO launches weather<br />

satellite INSAT-3DR<br />

76-79<br />

Automobiles<br />

Jaguar XF<br />

80-81<br />

Indian vasthu<br />

Toilet<br />

82-83<br />

Indian Spiritual<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

68-73<br />

Ancient Indian<br />

history


84-87<br />

Onam<br />

84 - 87<br />

Indian Events<br />

Onam<br />

88 - 93<br />

Fashion<br />

Jade at Lakmé<br />

Fashion Week<br />

108-109<br />

Hollywood<br />

Tea News<br />

94- 99<br />

Ae Dil<br />

Hai<br />

Mushkil<br />

94-99<br />

Special Movie<br />

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil<br />

Shivaay<br />

Dhruva<br />

100-107<br />

Movie Review<br />

Akira<br />

Baar Baar Dekho<br />

Janatha Garage<br />

108-109<br />

Hollywood Tea News<br />

Chevy Chase<br />

Kelly Ripa<br />

Jennifer Lawrence<br />

112-113<br />

Star Gazing


CURRENT AFFAIRS<br />

Surgical strike across LoC by Indian<br />

Army<br />

In a stunning reprisal for the Uri terror attack by the<br />

Pakistani terrorists that breached decades of selfimposed<br />

restraint, India has conducted “surgical<br />

strikes” on seven terrorist “launch pads” across the<br />

Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir<br />

in the early hours September 29. Top government<br />

sources said that it was “not possible to immediately<br />

quantify” the number of terrorists killed in the strikes<br />

carried out by crack Para-Special Forces who has<br />

simultaneously hit five launchpads located 1.5-6.5<br />

km inside PoK. “According to an initial estimate, as<br />

many as 40 to 55 terrorists were killed. But it will<br />

take some time to arrive at the approximate number<br />

of casualties after the Para-SF teams are properly<br />

de-briefed and photographs and videos analysed,”<br />

said a source.<br />

Anti-India tweet by Kejriwal<br />

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has come under<br />

fire yet again after he shared an article by a national<br />

daily which made a case in the favour of Pakistan<br />

over Uri attack. The article claimed that it was<br />

not Pakistan but India which was getting isolated<br />

internationally after Uri attacks by Pakistan terrorists.<br />

“Excellent article. On Uri, rather than Pak, India<br />

seems to be getting isolated internationally,” Kejriwal<br />

tweeted.


Supreme Cort order on Cauvery<br />

burned Karnataka<br />

On 2 September <strong>2016</strong>, Supreme Court asked<br />

Karnataka to consider Tamil Nadu’s plea on<br />

humanitarian grounds and release water and<br />

advised both states to maintain harmony. The Court<br />

asked Karnataka to revert by 5 September <strong>2016</strong> as<br />

to how much water it can release. On 5 September<br />

<strong>2016</strong> Karnataka informed the Supreme Court that<br />

it can release 10,000 cusecs per day, while Tamil<br />

Nadu demanded 20,000 cusecs per day. Supreme<br />

Court ordered Karnataka to release 15,000 cusecs<br />

per day to Tamil Nadu for next 10 days till 16<br />

September <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

On 9 September <strong>2016</strong>, the state of Karnataka<br />

observed a bandh and protested against the release<br />

of water to Tamil Nadu. Supreme Court modified the<br />

5 September order, directing Karnataka to release<br />

12,000 cusecs of water till 20 September <strong>2016</strong>. This<br />

decision by the Supreme Court lead to an unrest<br />

among the people of Karnataka as the water release<br />

limit was increased by extending the number of<br />

days and violence broke out in Bangalore, Mysore,<br />

Mandya and other parts of state. Two people were<br />

killed in the unrest and section 144 was imposed in<br />

Bangalore. Curfew was also imposed on few parts of<br />

Bangalore.<br />

Telangana inundated by flood<br />

The flood situation deteriorated in Telangana as water<br />

levels continued to rise in Godavari river following<br />

heavy rainfall in upper catchment areas and release<br />

of water from Maharashtra dams. Several places<br />

across Telangana continued to receive heavy rainfall<br />

paralysing normal life. People in low lying areas on the<br />

banks Godavari were been put on high alert and are<br />

being evacuated to safer places and relief camps are<br />

being opened. The Indian Air Force (IAF) rescued 24<br />

labourers who were caught in floods in Telangana’s<br />

Medak district.


CURRENT AFFAIRS<br />

Pakistani terrorists attack Army base<br />

at Uri<br />

At around 5:30 a.m. on 18 September, four militants<br />

attacked an Indian Army brigade headquarters in<br />

Uri, near the Line of Control in a pre-dawn ambush.<br />

They were said to have lobbed 17 grenades in three<br />

minutes. As a rear administrative base camp with<br />

tents caught fire, 17 army personnel were killed. A gun<br />

battle ensued lasting six hours, during which all the<br />

four militants were killed. An additional 19-30 soldiers<br />

were reported to have been injured in the attack.<br />

Combing operations continued to flush out additional<br />

terrorists thought to be alive.<br />

Most of the soldiers killed were from the 10 Dogra<br />

and 6 Bihar regiments. One of the injured soldiers<br />

succumbed to his injuries on 19 September at R&R<br />

Hospital in New Delhi, followed by another soldier on<br />

24 September, bringing the death toll to 19.<br />

Pakistan isolated, India pulls out of<br />

SAARC meet<br />

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not travel to<br />

Islamabad for the regional SAARC summit in<br />

November, three other members - Bangladesh,<br />

Afghanistan and Bhutan - have also pulled out of the<br />

meet, isolating the host Pakistan. The SAARC or<br />

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation<br />

summit cannot take place even if one of the eight<br />

members withdraws. India has said “cross-border<br />

terror attacks” have created an environment that is<br />

“not conducive” for the meeting. Foreign ministry<br />

spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted, “Regional<br />

cooperation and terror don’t go together. India pulls<br />

out of SAARC Summit in Islamabad.”<br />

The decision is one in a series of key moves in<br />

India’s global campaign to isolate Pakistan after<br />

four terrorists crossed the border into Kashmir and<br />

attacked an army base in Uri, killing 18 soldiers.


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INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

14<br />

Bannerugatta<br />

Village of<br />

Handlooms<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong>


Bannerugatta is situated 22 KM from the<br />

city of Bangalore in the state of Karnataka<br />

in India. This is a small village.<br />

Places to visit<br />

There is a Tiger and Lion reserve<br />

park of Indian tigers including<br />

white tigers, lions and other<br />

mammals in this village. There is<br />

a Butterfly Park in Bannerugatta<br />

which is spread across 7.5 acres. It<br />

comprises a butterfly conservatory,<br />

museum and an audio-visual<br />

room. The butterfly conservatory<br />

has a circular enclosure, inside<br />

which the living environment has<br />

been carefully designed to support<br />

over 20 species of butterflies. The<br />

environment has a tropical setting<br />

complete with the humid climate,<br />

an artificial waterfall, a narrow<br />

walking bridge and host plants and<br />

shrubs that attract butterflies.<br />

Weaver’s village<br />

In Bannerugatta there is a place<br />

called weavers colony which is<br />

known for its handloom products.<br />

The sarees are weaved in pure<br />

silk and zari. The yarn is locally<br />

available and zari comes from<br />

Surat in the state of Gujarat in<br />

India. The zari used is usually<br />

of silver. There are around 3000<br />

looms in Bannerugatta in which<br />

around 2750 are power looms and<br />

balance handlooms. Due to the<br />

Heavy cost incurring in handloom<br />

weaving and the non availability of<br />

weavers, once famous handlooms<br />

are now shifting to power looms.<br />

New generation is not interested in<br />

the traditional weaving due to low<br />

wages.<br />

Dyeing of Yarn<br />

Bannerugatta handlooms are<br />

well known for the durability of<br />

the colours. The mixture of colour<br />

gives the durability. The process<br />

of manufacturing a Bannerugatta<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

Bannerugatta<br />

handloom sarees are<br />

traditionally woven in<br />

the interlocked-weft<br />

technique.<br />

16<br />

Handloom Saree starts with dyeing<br />

the silk yarn. Dyeing is the coloring<br />

process of the yarn by dipping the<br />

yarn in the boiled color water in<br />

very high temperature, higher the<br />

temperature durability of colour is<br />

also higher. Dyeing of the yarn is<br />

done making sure that the color<br />

is spread uniformly throughout<br />

the yarn and it doesn’t affect the<br />

quality of the yarn. The coloring<br />

process is a very crucial step in<br />

getting a good colourful saree.<br />

The colours are applied as per the<br />

specifications of the designers and<br />

also some times as per the orders<br />

from the customers who orders for<br />

a designer Saree. After coloring the<br />

silk yarn is dried in shade. Drying<br />

yarn in sun can be harmful to yarn.<br />

Process<br />

The count used in weaving gives<br />

the softness and hardness of the<br />

fabric. Count means the number<br />

of threads used in the length and<br />

breadth for weaving known as warp<br />

and weft respectively. Each and<br />

every thread of the Bannerugatta<br />

handloom saree is hand woven.<br />

Each weaver works from home<br />

with all his / her family helping in<br />

Different steps of the process. It<br />

requires approximately 4-8 days<br />

(depending on the variety of<br />

saree) of continuous efforts of two<br />

persons for weaving a saree. It is<br />

also rolled over small sticks to use<br />

for weft.<br />

After dyeing and drying the yarn,<br />

it is converted to thread and is<br />

loaded as warp which is called<br />

pavvu and then it is loaded into<br />

the loom for actual weaving. One<br />

pavvu will make 12 sarees. It will<br />

take 2 months to complete weaving<br />

of one pavvu. The weaver will get<br />

a remuneration of around `250 per<br />

saree.<br />

Techniques<br />

Bannerugatta handloom sarees<br />

are traditionally woven in the<br />

interlocked-weft technique. The<br />

design required on the saree is<br />

initially drawn in a computer and<br />

then this is punched into a card<br />

and then these cards are loaded in<br />

Jacard in the loom.<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong>


Declining<br />

Handloom<br />

Industry<br />

Once famous Bannerugatta<br />

Handloom products are now<br />

becoming extinct due to the low<br />

wages prevailing in the industry.<br />

Previously Bannerugatta was full<br />

of talented weavers who used to<br />

do magic in the looms to produce<br />

the best handloom products. Now<br />

you can see that a very small<br />

number of weavers are actually<br />

in the profession and most of the<br />

handlooms are being converted<br />

to power looms. One can see<br />

only rare cases of handlooms in<br />

Bannerugatta. There is an urgent<br />

situation to take necessary steps to<br />

protect the traditional Bannerugatta<br />

handloom products.<br />

Weaver’s voice<br />

The weavers demand a<br />

responsible role by the government<br />

to protect the handloom industry<br />

by providing subsidy for yarn and<br />

a rehabilitation package for the<br />

weavers who have suffering due<br />

to the high cost of yarn and low<br />

wages prevailing in the industry.<br />

They hope that if the government<br />

takes the responsibility to support<br />

the handloom industry by way of<br />

showcasing and marketing the<br />

handloom products, then only<br />

the industry can survive or else<br />

the present situation has started<br />

the end of handloom industry in<br />

Bannerugatta. The new generation<br />

is not interested in the profession<br />

due to the hard labour and long<br />

hours to bring out the finished<br />

product, but the returns are not<br />

lucrative to make them stay in the<br />

profession.<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

18<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong>


COLOURFUL<br />

attires and silver jewellery of<br />

DUNGRI<br />

The Dungri Garasia are a clan of the Bhil ethnic<br />

community found in the states of Gujarat and<br />

Rajasthan in India. The word Dungri literally<br />

translates as hills and Garasia means a clearer of<br />

forest in the Rajasthani dialect.<br />

According to their traditions,<br />

this community of Bhils<br />

migrated from Mewar<br />

about three hundred<br />

years ago, to escape the<br />

Mughal forces attacking<br />

the Maharana Pratap.<br />

They are now found in the<br />

taluqas of Meghraj, Bhiloda,<br />

Vijaynagar, and Khed<br />

Brahma of Sabarkantha<br />

District, Gujarat, where<br />

the community still speaks<br />

Mewari.<br />

In Gujarat, the Dungri<br />

Garasia are an<br />

endogamous community.<br />

They consists of two subdivisions,<br />

the Bhagat<br />

and Sansari, who do not<br />

intermarry. These subdivisions<br />

in turn consist<br />

of clans, which are<br />

exogamous. The major<br />

clan groupings are the<br />

Pandor, Parmar, Moria,<br />

Damor, Gameti, Taral,<br />

Bhagora,Katara, gelat,<br />

kharadi, Menat ,Limbat,<br />

Ninama, Bodat and Asari .<br />

The Garasias resembles<br />

closely with the advanced<br />

Rajput clans in many<br />

ways. Due to these, the<br />

British administration<br />

had even categorized the<br />

Garasias as a branch of<br />

Rajputs who were petty<br />

land holders. Even today<br />

amidst poverty and deep<br />

isolation it is surprised to<br />

see that Garasias not only<br />

as prime agriculturalists,<br />

but also as holders of large<br />

chunk of lands in the remote<br />

slopes of Aravali Mountains.<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

Their houses are widely<br />

dispersed each surround by<br />

a large farmstead.<br />

20<br />

Garasias are poor and are<br />

deprived of basic services<br />

like, health, education<br />

and safe drinking water.<br />

Farming is mostly rain fed.<br />

According to historical<br />

records, in colonial India,<br />

as land became scarce<br />

both through colonial<br />

expansion and slashand-burn<br />

agriculture<br />

Garasias became<br />

further marginalized and<br />

associated themselves<br />

with Bhils, a more primitive<br />

tribal group. The nationalist<br />

movement created further<br />

division between groups<br />

as the Rajput identity was<br />

grounded in traditional<br />

customs and their heritage<br />

as rulers.<br />

The Garasia women are<br />

known for their colourful<br />

attires and silver jewellery.<br />

Dhols (drums) and bowarrows<br />

are also part of<br />

the material culture of<br />

the Garasias. Women’s<br />

responsibility include<br />

cooking, tending to cattle,<br />

milking the animals and<br />

looking after the children.<br />

The men do the physical<br />

labour such as ploughing,<br />

harvesting and building the<br />

houses. There is a strong<br />

prevalence of joint family<br />

system though there is very<br />

little unity or cooperation<br />

between the village clans.<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong>


Garasias are poor and are deprived of<br />

basic services like, health, education<br />

and safe drinking water. Farming is<br />

mostly rain fed..<br />

OCTOBER <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA CULTURE<br />

22<br />

Gadia Lohars<br />

nomadic community of<br />

Rajasthan<br />

Gadia Lohars or Gaduliya Lohars are a nomadic<br />

community of Rajasthan, India. They are found in<br />

the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. They are lohar<br />

(ironsmith) by profession who moves from one place to<br />

another place on bullock carts, which in Hindi are called<br />

gadi, hence the name ‘Gadia Lohar’.<br />

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These Lohars are different<br />

from the Lohar clan of Iran,<br />

Pakistan and India. They<br />

usually make and repair<br />

agricultural and household<br />

implements.<br />

Their forefathers were<br />

blacksmiths in the army<br />

of Maharana Pratap of<br />

Mewar. When Mewar fell to<br />

the Mughals they pledged<br />

to never return to their<br />

homeland and never to<br />

settle anywhere else until<br />

Rana’s hegemony was<br />

restored.<br />

Bullock carts are their<br />

homes. They lead a<br />

hard life and despite the<br />

vagaries of weather and the<br />

uncertainties of their trade,<br />

they are known as children<br />

of the desert and are a<br />

handsome and cheerful<br />

lot and remain buoyantly<br />

dignified, unmindful of their<br />

hard life.<br />

Gadulia Lohars are originally<br />

from the state of Rajasthan<br />

and have scattered all over<br />

India. Presently they inhabit<br />

in the neighbouring states<br />

such as, Uttar Pradesh.<br />

Madhya Pradesh, Haryana,<br />

Maharashtra, Punjab,<br />

Gujarat, Delhi. They are<br />

variously known in different<br />

states; for example, in<br />

Madhya Pradesh and Delhi<br />

they are called as Gadia<br />

Lohar, in Maharashtra they<br />

When Mewar fell to the Mughals<br />

they pledged to never return to<br />

their homeland and never to settle<br />

anywhere else until Rana’s hegemony<br />

was restored.<br />

are known as Gaddi Lohar,<br />

while in Uttar Pradesh they<br />

are Bhuvariya. In Haryana<br />

they are called as Bhubalia<br />

Lohar and in Rajasthan itself<br />

they are known as Gadulia<br />

Lohar or Dhurkutia. They<br />

get different titles depending<br />

upon their movements and<br />

location, such as: Maliwi<br />

Gadulia Lohar, Chittori<br />

Gadulia Lohar, Mewar<br />

Gadulia Lohar and Malwa<br />

Gadulia Lohar.<br />

Their mother tongue is<br />

Indo-Aryan language, called<br />

Mewari, but many of them<br />

are conversant with Hindi<br />

as well. The Devanagari<br />

script is used for writing.<br />

In permanent settlements<br />

they construct mud or brick<br />

““<br />

houses with proper roof.<br />

This is because of the<br />

economic changes coming<br />

to this nomadic group. When<br />

they settle at a place for<br />

more than six months they<br />

generally make low walls<br />

of mud bricks and then<br />

construct the roof of shack<br />

or of plastic covering. When<br />

they live at a place for less<br />

than six months they do not<br />

construct any walls but they<br />

use the plastic sheet for roof,<br />

supported by wooden poles.<br />

They also have tents when<br />

they do not live at a place<br />

more than a week. Those<br />

families, which go from<br />

village to village in two or<br />

three days, do not construct<br />

any shelter but they live<br />

below the cart itself.<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA CULTURE<br />

Their<br />

forefathers<br />

were<br />

blacksmiths<br />

in the army<br />

of Maharana<br />

Pratap of<br />

Mewar.<br />

They travel in a small group,<br />

known as band, which<br />

means a group of people<br />

who are related to each<br />

other and sometimes work<br />

together. They always share<br />

the income among the family<br />

even if some members have<br />

not helped in that work. As<br />

these bands do not often<br />

associate with other bands<br />

of the same tribe, certain<br />

cultural practices, customs<br />

and characters are different<br />

than each other. They adopt<br />

the methods and implement<br />

the local tools, dress,<br />

dialect, standard of living,<br />

way of life, customs, habits,<br />

ways, etc.<br />

The Lohar tribal people<br />

have simple daily habit<br />

related to preparing food,<br />

both vegetarian and nonvegetarian,<br />

for themselves<br />

as well as searching for<br />

metal tools working in the<br />

settled place. As they are<br />

travelling with cattle, their<br />

livestock are well-fed and<br />

cared for. There are some<br />

other important points of<br />

their migration like searching<br />

for water resources for<br />

various purposes, the<br />

medical treatment and<br />

exchanging their tool making<br />

service for grains and fire<br />

wood from villagers.<br />

In a family unit there are<br />

Husband, Wife, Children,<br />

their joint family members<br />

including grandmother and<br />

grandfather. The structure<br />

of family is neither rigid nor<br />

a general structure of the<br />

family. Their laws or religion<br />

do not make any deal with<br />

family matters.<br />

Their characters, behaviour<br />

and reactions have ever<br />

changed. They do not follow<br />

a certain law established<br />

on any divine or legal<br />

framework. Their decisions<br />

are purely based on<br />

reactions to the experiences,<br />

awareness, learning<br />

and outcome of their<br />

environment that they stay<br />

and that are also subjected<br />

to error.<br />

The Gadulia Lohars are<br />

Hindus. Their deities are<br />

Kalkamata, Sitalamata and<br />

Ramdev. There is a temple<br />

of Kalkamata in Chittorgarh.<br />

They keep photographs<br />

of the deities in house for<br />

worshipping and also their<br />

kings.<br />

They always wear the<br />

traditional dress but those<br />

who have settled or move<br />

after long intervals, wear the<br />

traditional dress only during<br />

ceremonies. Otherwise they<br />

wear the normal Rajasthani<br />

dresses as other people.<br />

The young generation<br />

and children do not wear<br />

traditional dress. Married<br />

men and women only wear<br />

it.<br />

The Gadulia Lohar wears<br />

many kinds of ornaments.<br />

Both men and women wear<br />

different kinds of them.<br />

Normally, these ornaments<br />

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are made of gold, silver and<br />

sometimes of copper metals,<br />

while thread, beads and<br />

ivory are also used. Men<br />

wear earrings, generally in<br />

one ear but sometimes also<br />

in both. They have bangles<br />

and rings. They wear metal<br />

rings in their ankles.<br />

Women wear earrings,<br />

bangles, necklaces and<br />

rings. Their bangles are<br />

made of ivory and rarely of<br />

glass. The anklets are of<br />

copper. The necklaces are<br />

made of gold and silver.<br />

Women wear bangles on<br />

their arm too, right from the<br />

shoulder the bangles were<br />

made of ivory in early days<br />

but now they wear mostly<br />

plastic imitations. The colour<br />

is white.<br />

They carry Rudraksha mala<br />

and sometimes the pendants<br />

are made of Rudraksha<br />

too. The different kinds of<br />

lockets or pendants used by<br />

them are named differently,<br />

such as chandirapin,<br />

chintmataki patri, Chur<br />

siddh ki Patri, etc. Hansali<br />

is a kind of ornamented and<br />

decorated ring of metal,<br />

which is opened on one side<br />

worn by women on special<br />

occasions.<br />

Women wear pendant like<br />

ornament (bor) in between<br />

the hair partition and tie it<br />

to the hair for support. This<br />

pendant is tied to a thread.<br />

They also have metallic<br />

waistband. The women<br />

wear nose ornament.<br />

This is called as nath. It<br />

is sometimes small and<br />

sometimes large. It can be<br />

like a ring or even like an<br />

ornamented plate.<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

Tight slap to Pakistan<br />

by<br />

Sushma Swaraj<br />

at UNGA<br />

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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, in her<br />

address at the 71st UNGA session gave a tight slap<br />

to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s rant<br />

on Kashmir and terrorism. Swaraj vociferously<br />

spoke about cross-border terrorism emanating<br />

from Pakistan, the violation of human rights in<br />

Balochistan and Pakistan’s complete failure in<br />

ensuring that its land is not used for terrorist<br />

activities.<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

Swaraj urged that the<br />

international community<br />

should isolate nations that<br />

breed terrorism, a clear hint<br />

at Pakistan. “We conveyed<br />

Eid greetings to the Prime<br />

Minister of Pakistan, wished<br />

success to his cricket team,<br />

extended good wishes for his<br />

health and well being. Did all<br />

this come with pre-conditions<br />

attached? And what did we<br />

get in return? Pathankot,<br />

Bahadur Ali and Uri,” Swaraj<br />

said.<br />

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On 21st September, the<br />

Prime Minister of Pakistan<br />

used this podium to make<br />

baseless allegations about<br />

human rights violations in<br />

my country. I can only say<br />

that those accusing others<br />

of human rights violations<br />

would do well to introspect<br />

and see what egregious<br />

abuses they are perpetrating<br />

in their own country,<br />

including in Balochistan. The<br />

brutality against the Baloch<br />

people represents the worst<br />

form of State oppression,<br />

said Swaraj.<br />

She continued, The Prime<br />

Minister of Pakistan said<br />

that India has placed preconditions<br />

for talks which<br />

are not acceptable to him.<br />

What pre-conditions?<br />

Did we impose any precondition<br />

before extending<br />

an invitation for the oathtaking<br />

ceremony of our<br />

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We conveyed Eid greetings to the Prime<br />

Minister of Pakistan, wished success to<br />

his cricket team, extended good wishes<br />

for his health and well being.<br />

Government? Did we impose<br />

any pre-condition when I<br />

went to Islamabad for the<br />

Heart of Asia conference<br />

and agreed to begin the<br />

Comprehensive Bilateral<br />

Dialogue? Did we impose<br />

any pre-condition when<br />

Prime Minister Modi travelled<br />

from Kabul to Lahore?<br />

What pre-conditions? We<br />

took the initiative to resolve<br />

issues not on the basis of<br />

conditions, but on the basis<br />

of friendship! We have in<br />

fact attempted a paradigm<br />

of friendship in the last<br />

two years which is without<br />

precedent.<br />

in cross-border terror. But<br />

when confronted with such<br />

evidence, Pakistan remains<br />

in denial. It persists in the<br />

belief that such attacks<br />

will enable it to obtain<br />

the territory it covets. My<br />

firm advice to Pakistan is:<br />

abandon this dream. Let<br />

me state unequivocally that<br />

Jammu and Kashmir is an<br />

integral part of India and will<br />

always remain so.<br />

We conveyed Eid greetings<br />

to the Prime Minister of<br />

Pakistan, wished success to<br />

his cricket team, extended<br />

good wishes for his health<br />

and well being. Did all this<br />

come with pre-conditions<br />

attached? And what did we<br />

get in return? Pathankot,<br />

Bahadur Ali, and Uri.<br />

Bahadur Ali is a terrorist<br />

in our custody, whose<br />

confession is a living proof<br />

of Pakistan’s complicity<br />

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STORY FOR KIDS<br />

30<br />

Preface to the Birth<br />

of<br />

Sri Krishna<br />

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Krishna was born<br />

in a tense historical<br />

period preceding a<br />

devastating war. The<br />

warring factions built<br />

up so many weapons<br />

that the burden on<br />

the earth became<br />

unbearable.<br />

The goddess of Earth took<br />

the form of a cow and prayed<br />

to Lord Brahma for relief.<br />

Lord Brahma called all the<br />

demigods to the shore of the<br />

Milk Ocean to hear Mother<br />

Earth and to worship the<br />

Supreme Personality of<br />

Godhead, Lord Vishnu.<br />

Lord Brahma fell into trance<br />

reciting the Vedic hymns<br />

known as the Purusa-sukta<br />

and heard the voice of Lord<br />

Vishnu. Then he announced,<br />

“O demigods, hear from<br />

me the words of god. He<br />

is aware of the distress<br />

on Earth and wants you<br />

demigods to incarnate as<br />

sons and daughters in the<br />

Yadu dynasty. The Supreme<br />

Personality of Godhead,<br />

Lord Krishna, will personally<br />

appear as the son of<br />

Vasudeva. Therefore you will<br />

all have the benediction of<br />

joining the eternal pastimes<br />

of Lord Krishna.”<br />

Lord Brahma consoled the<br />

cow and sent her home,<br />

then returned to his planet,<br />

Brahmaloka. The demigods<br />

began to take birth in the<br />

Yadu dynasty, awaiting<br />

the appearance of Lord<br />

Krishna. The members of the<br />

Yadu dynasty, headed by<br />

Vasudeva and Devaki, along<br />

with their friends, relatives,<br />

and well-wishers were all<br />

demigods. The residents of<br />

Vrindavana, headed by King<br />

Nanda, Queen Yasoda and<br />

Queen Rohini, were also<br />

demigods.<br />

King Kamsa was another<br />

relative in the family, he<br />

was not a demigod. He<br />

usurped the throne of his<br />

father, Ugrasena, and put<br />

him in prison. When Devaki,<br />

a member of Ugrasena’s<br />

family, married Vasudeva,<br />

she received a large dowry<br />

of elephants, horses,<br />

chariots, and servants. After<br />

the wedding, Kamsa took<br />

the reins of the wedding<br />

chariot and started to escort<br />

the couple home. Along<br />

the way, a voice from the<br />

sky addressed him: “You<br />

foolish king, the eighth son of<br />

Devaki will kill you!”<br />

Kamsa pulled Devaki down<br />

by her hair, drew his sword<br />

and prepared to kill her<br />

on the spot, but Vausdeva<br />

begged for his bride’s life<br />

and promised to let him kill<br />

the eighth child, so that the<br />

oracle would not be fulfilled.<br />

Kamsa agreed to spare her<br />

life, but locked Vasudeva<br />

and Devaki in a stone prison.<br />

Thereafter, he mercilessly<br />

killed the first six sons of<br />

Devaki. Devaki’s seventh<br />

son miscarried but mystically<br />

transferred to the womb of<br />

Queen Rohini in Vrindavana.<br />

This became Krishna’s elder<br />

brother, Balarama. Soon<br />

thereafter, Devaki became<br />

pregnant with her eighth<br />

child. That is Sri Krishna.<br />

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HEALTHY LIVING<br />

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Healthy living is<br />

Happy living<br />

These are very simple tips which<br />

anyone can practice for a healthy<br />

living. Remember healthy living is<br />

always a happy living.<br />

Having a healthy living is the<br />

most important factor in our<br />

life. Healthy living can lead<br />

us to the point where we can<br />

enjoy life to the fullest until<br />

we grow old and will never<br />

experience anything that<br />

might harm us or give us<br />

pain. Finding happiness in<br />

your everyday life can make<br />

a positive impact on your<br />

overall health. Happiness has<br />

a positive effect in lowering<br />

the cortisol levels, the stress<br />

hormone that is related to<br />

health conditions like type 2<br />

diabetes, hypertension, and<br />

autoimmune diseases.<br />

Make the commitment to<br />

think differently about yourself<br />

and make happiness the first<br />

thing of the day,” Gabrielle<br />

Bernstein. “When we look<br />

at ourselves in the mirror<br />

every morning and think<br />

of all the things we want to<br />

change, that’s a choice we<br />

make,” says Bernstein. “Make<br />

the commitment to think<br />

differently about yourself and<br />

make happiness the first thing<br />

of the day.”<br />

Bernstein recommends to<br />

employ her “Snap Out of<br />

It” meditation technique, in<br />

which you wear a rubber band<br />

on your wrist and whenever<br />

you start to think any negative<br />

thoughts about yourself or<br />

towards another person, flick<br />

the rubber band against your<br />

arm. This will literally help<br />

you “snap” out of the negative<br />

thoughts.<br />

Whenever you feel stressed<br />

about the responsibilities<br />

and commitments, unplug<br />

from the world, shut off your<br />

computer and phone and tap<br />

into your inner child. When<br />

we become more childlike, we<br />

grow our capacity for curiosity<br />

and creativity. “Open up to<br />

silliness and having more fun.<br />

That childlike energy brings<br />

us a much more positive<br />

perspective and releases<br />

tension,” Bernstein says.<br />

Sleep is essential to optimal<br />

health, but people often<br />

forget that it is also a spiritual<br />

practice that benefits us<br />

mentally and emotionally.<br />

Lacking essential shut-eye<br />

is another way we block the<br />

happiness from our lives.<br />

To help you get a restful<br />

night of sleep, practice<br />

simple Kundalini breathing<br />

technique.<br />

Sit up straight on your bed<br />

and breathe in using a U<br />

breath (Pucker your mouth as<br />

if you were holding a quarter<br />

between your lips.). Breathe<br />

in and exhale through your<br />

nose. Continue this cycle of<br />

breath for one minute.<br />

These are very simple tips<br />

which anyone can practice for<br />

a healthy living. Remember<br />

healthy living is always a<br />

happy living.<br />

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INDIAN FOOD<br />

Preparation Time : 10 Mins<br />

Cook Time : 15 Mins<br />

Mouth watering<br />

Ulli Theeyal<br />

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Method of preparaTION<br />

Traditional Kerala Style Ulli<br />

Theeyal is made with roasted<br />

coconut and spices simmered<br />

in a tamarind gravy. This is a<br />

very classic traditional Kerala<br />

style curry. The flavor of the<br />

nicely roasted coconut is to die<br />

for. The gravy is simmered in a<br />

tamarind sauce and goes very<br />

well with rice.<br />

In a pan, heat some oil.<br />

Put grated coconut. When it becomes slightly<br />

brown, add fenugreek.<br />

Continue stirring. Now add coriander powder,<br />

chilli powder, crushed pepper and turmeric<br />

powder.<br />

Stir well.<br />

Add small onions.<br />

Stir again.<br />

Make a paste of the ingredients and keep it<br />

aside.<br />

Take another pan and heat two teaspoons of<br />

oil.<br />

Requirements<br />

Ingredients<br />

Brinjal (small) – 4 no.<br />

Shallot (small onion) – 10 no.<br />

Red chilli powder – 1 tsp<br />

Coriander powder – 2 tsp<br />

Turmeric powder – ½ tsp<br />

Crushed pepper – ½ tsp<br />

Tamarind water – ½ cup<br />

Mustard seeds – 1 tsp<br />

Coconut (grated) – 1 cup<br />

Fenugreek – 1 tsp<br />

Coconut oil – 3 tsp<br />

Curry leaves<br />

Salt – to taste<br />

Red chillies<br />

Put the brinjals cut into small cubes and<br />

small onions.<br />

Stir well.<br />

Close the vessel and cook for some time.<br />

Remove the lid, stir a bit and cover the<br />

vessel again and cook for some more time.<br />

Remove the lid and add tamarind water and<br />

the paste prepared in the beginning.<br />

Allow it to boil.<br />

Add some water.<br />

Stir gently and add salt.<br />

Stir again.<br />

Prepare seasoning for the Theeyal.<br />

Heat some oil and add mustard, red chillies<br />

and curry leaves.<br />

Pour the seasoning into the Theeyal.<br />

Serve hot with rice.<br />

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NRI PROFILE<br />

Krishna Bharat<br />

Principal Scientist at Google Inc<br />

Krishna Bharat was born on 7 January 1970.<br />

Bharat grew up in Bengaluru, now an IT hub in<br />

South India. He completed his schooling from<br />

St. Joseph’s Boys’ High School in Bengaluru and<br />

received an undergraduate degree in computer<br />

science from the prestigious Indian Institute of<br />

Technology, Madras.<br />

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He subsequently received a Ph.D from<br />

Georgia Tech in Human Computer<br />

Interaction. In 2015, Krishna received<br />

the Distinguished alumnus award from<br />

his alma mater IIT Madras.<br />

He worked at the DEC Systems<br />

Research Center where, along<br />

with George Mihaila, he developed<br />

the Hilltop algorithm. At Google he<br />

developed so-called LocalRank, which<br />

can be considered to be an adaptation<br />

of Hilltop. Krishna Bharat is a Principal<br />

Scientist at Google Inc, working in the<br />

area of user interface and algorithmic<br />

support for Web search and content<br />

analysis (Web Information Retrieval).<br />

He led a team developing Google’s<br />

news product. Among other projects, he<br />

opened the Research and Development<br />

center at Bengaluru, India. He is the<br />

creator of Google News, a service that<br />

automatically indexes over 25,000 news<br />

websites in more than 25 languages<br />

to provide a summary of the News<br />

resources.<br />

Krishna Bharat created Google News in<br />

the aftermath of the September 11, 2001<br />

attacks to keep himself abreast of the<br />

developments. Since then, it has been a<br />

popular offering from Google’s services.<br />

Google News was one of Google’s first<br />

endeavors beyond offering just plain text<br />

searches on its page.<br />

In 2003, he received the Webby Award<br />

in the news category for creating<br />

Google News and received the 2003<br />

World Technology Award for Media &<br />

Journalism.<br />

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NRI IMMIGRATION<br />

Wealthy foreigner’s<br />

38<br />

US citizenship to<br />

expire on September 30th<br />

A contentious visa program that allows wealthy foreigners to<br />

obtain US citizenship by investing in economic development<br />

projects will expire at the end of this month. The program, called<br />

EB-5, allows foreign investors to gain citizenship by investing<br />

$500,000 to more than $1 million to finance a business that<br />

eventually employs, directly or indirectly, at least 10 American<br />

workers in economically depressed areas.<br />

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Developers and supporters<br />

in Congress say that<br />

the program, run by the<br />

Department of Homeland<br />

Security, has brought billions<br />

of dollars to areas that would<br />

otherwise not have access<br />

to capital. But the program<br />

has been marred by fraud<br />

and used to build large<br />

projects in wealthier areas<br />

like Manhattan and the Las<br />

Vegas Strip instead of highunemployment<br />

or rural areas.<br />

Critics of the EB-5 program,<br />

Sens. Charles E. Grassley,<br />

R-Iowa, and Patrick J. Leahy,<br />

D-Vt., see reauthorization of<br />

the program as an opportunity<br />

to fix problems with how the<br />

money is used, increase<br />

oversight and address<br />

national security issues. They<br />

sent a letter to Senate leaders<br />

opposing reauthorization<br />

of the program without a<br />

significant overhaul.<br />

“The program has become<br />

plagued by fraud and abuse<br />

and if not reformed, it should<br />

be allowed to expire on<br />

September 30th,” they wrote.<br />

“There is a need for more<br />

oversight and transparency,”<br />

said Ronald R. Fieldstone,<br />

a Miami lawyer who has<br />

been involved in using<br />

the EB-5 funding for<br />

development projects. “If<br />

there is no independence<br />

in the administering and<br />

the distribution of the funds,<br />

it exposes the program to<br />

instances of fraud.”<br />

Angelique Brunner, a<br />

Washington-based developer<br />

and spokeswoman for the<br />

EB-5 Investment Coalition,<br />

which is made up of investors<br />

and developers, said that<br />

many of the examples that<br />

critics point to as EB-5<br />

investments in upscale areas<br />

failed to note that the program<br />

helped transform places that<br />

were previously economically<br />

depressed.<br />

“One of the challenges of<br />

EB-5 investment is that<br />

people look at what an<br />

area looks like after the<br />

investment,” she said. “It’s<br />

hard to convince them what it<br />

looked like before.”<br />

Officials at Homeland<br />

Security Investigations, a<br />

division of Immigration and<br />

Customs Enforcement, said<br />

that they were concerned that<br />

those who prepare overseas<br />

documents “may try to use<br />

increasingly sophisticated<br />

methods to circumvent” the<br />

program. In a 2013 memo,<br />

the agency suggested that<br />

the EB-5 regional center<br />

program end because “there<br />

are no safeguards that can be<br />

put in place that will ensure<br />

the integrity” of the regional<br />

center model.<br />

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WORLD NEWS<br />

40<br />

Presidential<br />

debates kicks off<br />

US presidential candidates Donald Trump and<br />

Hillary Clinton exchanged a handshake and a<br />

smile at the lip on the stage provided by New<br />

York’s Hofstra University, there was a palpable<br />

sense that the ‘warmth’ — no matter how<br />

insincere — would be ephemeral.<br />

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To the first question by the<br />

moderator, Lester Holt,<br />

relating to jobs and job<br />

creation, both Clinton and<br />

Trump began laying into<br />

each other.<br />

“Trumped-up trickle down<br />

economics” was the phrase<br />

by Clinton to describe how<br />

Trump intends to ‘Make<br />

America Great Again’,<br />

adding, “Donald wants to<br />

help the rich so as to build<br />

the economy. I want to help<br />

the small businessmen.”<br />

In turn, the Republican<br />

candidate fired back that it<br />

was the trade agreements,<br />

particularly Nafta (the<br />

North American Free Trade<br />

Agreement), that were<br />

to blame. Fixing these<br />

‘defective’ trade agreements,<br />

he claimed, was something<br />

“Clinton, politicians and<br />

others should have been<br />

doing this for years”.<br />

Clinton and Trump both<br />

set about establishing their<br />

personas right from the first<br />

question. With repeated<br />

references to her father Hugh<br />

E Rodham and his drapery<br />

business, Clinton’s position<br />

was that she, as the daughter<br />

of a small businessman, was<br />

speaking on behalf of small<br />

businessmen.<br />

Trump, on the other hand,<br />

with repeated references to<br />

his own business ventures,<br />

including two particularly<br />

tasteless ones when<br />

discussing the Charlotte<br />

shooting and aftermath<br />

(“I have investments in<br />

Charlotte”) and growing<br />

crime rates in Chicago (“I<br />

own property there”) sought<br />

to project himself primarily as<br />

a successful businessman.<br />

Clinton appeared to be trying<br />

to tell her country that the<br />

economic and trade policies<br />

she is suggesting would help<br />

the common man and result<br />

in job creation.<br />

Meanwhile, Trump appeared<br />

to be using business sense<br />

to explain some of the<br />

strange things he has said in<br />

the past like getting allies to<br />

pay for protection. “NATO?<br />

You have to understand I’m<br />

a businessperson. Number<br />

one, 28 countries of NATO,<br />

not all are paying their fair<br />

share. And they should be<br />

paying us,” he said, using<br />

the US’ $20 trillion debt as<br />

the reason that payment was<br />

required.<br />

Clinton was trying to project<br />

Trump as being delusional,<br />

misguided and living in his<br />

own reality (something to<br />

which she even alluded<br />

in the first segment of the<br />

debate), while Trump was<br />

playing on Hillary’s ‘30 years’<br />

in government as being full<br />

of ‘bad experiences’ and<br />

failures.<br />

As the debate itself was<br />

lacking in content, insight<br />

and exectution. A CNN /<br />

ORC poll of debate-watchers<br />

suggested that 62 percent felt<br />

Clinton had won, as against<br />

27 percent opting for a Trump<br />

win, it was less about how<br />

much either candidate won<br />

and more about how little<br />

they lost.<br />

Trump put himself at a<br />

disadvantage by appearing to<br />

be under-prepared. Blustery<br />

generalisations, a Sarah<br />

Palin-esque lack of specifics<br />

and a refusal to stay on<br />

topic made the Republican<br />

look a distinct amateur in<br />

all areas except one. Trade<br />

was where Trump appeared<br />

to have done his homework<br />

and seemed reasonably<br />

solid when backing up his<br />

positions on plurilateral trade<br />

agreements.<br />

By positioning himself as<br />

this big businessman and<br />

constantly drawing attention<br />

to the country’s debt as<br />

well as the lack of jobs, his<br />

message seemed to be that<br />

what the US really needs is<br />

Donald Trump as CEO.<br />

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DESI NEWS<br />

Uri attacks<br />

Pakistan’s<br />

dirty tricks<br />

I42<br />

The Uri attack was an attack<br />

by four heavily armed<br />

Pakistani terrorists on 18<br />

September <strong>2016</strong>, near the<br />

town of Uri in the Indian<br />

state of Jammu and Kashmir.<br />

It was reported as “the<br />

deadliest attack on security<br />

forces in Kashmir in two<br />

decades”.<br />

At around 5:30 a.m. on 18<br />

September, four terrorists<br />

attacked an Indian Army<br />

Brigade headquarters at the<br />

town of Uri near the Line<br />

of Control in a pre-dawn<br />

ambush. They have lobbed<br />

17 grenades in 3 minutes. As<br />

a rear administrative base<br />

camp with tents caught fire,<br />

13–14 army personnel were<br />

killed. A gun battle ensued<br />

lasting six hours, during<br />

which all the four terrorists<br />

were killed. An additional 19<br />

- 30 soldiers were reported<br />

to have been injured in the<br />

attack.<br />

Most of the soldiers killed<br />

were from the 10 Dogra and<br />

6 Bihar regiments. One of the<br />

injured soldiers succumbed to<br />

his injuries on 19 September<br />

at R&R Hospital in New Delhi.<br />

As of 19 September <strong>2016</strong>,<br />

total casualties on the military<br />

side is poised at 18.<br />

The high casualties are<br />

primarily believed due to<br />

non-fire retardant transition<br />

tents. This was the time<br />

of a troops shift, whereby<br />

the 6 Bihar regiment was<br />

replacing 10 Dogra regiment.<br />

The incoming troops were<br />

housed in tents, which are<br />

normally avoided in sensitive<br />

areas around LOC like Uri.<br />

The attackers sneaked into<br />

the camp breaching heavy<br />

security and seemed to know<br />

exactly where to strike. Seven<br />

of the personnel killed were<br />

support staff, including cooks<br />

and barbers.<br />

Army personnel have<br />

recovered a map from the<br />

slain terrorists which had<br />

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markings in the Pashtun<br />

language and indicated a<br />

detailed plan of action. Four<br />

AK-47 rifles and four under<br />

barrel grenade launchers<br />

along with ammunition were<br />

recovered. Some of the items<br />

had Pakistani markings.<br />

The Director General<br />

of military operations,<br />

Lieutenant-General Ranbir<br />

Singh, said that there is<br />

enough evidence that the<br />

attackers belonged to Jaishe-Mohammad,<br />

an Islamist<br />

militant group in Pakistan. He<br />

established a hotline contact<br />

with his Pakistani counterpart<br />

and conveyed India’s serious<br />

concern on the issue.<br />

The National Investigation<br />

Agency (NIA) has registered a<br />

case to probe the terror attack<br />

at the Army installation in Uri<br />

in Jammu and Kashmir in<br />

which 18 soldiers were killed<br />

and dozens others injured.<br />

The NIA has took over the<br />

investigation from the Jammu<br />

and Kashmir Police, which<br />

had registered a case on<br />

Sunday and began a probe by<br />

collecting evidence available<br />

with the Army formation at<br />

Uri.<br />

The inquiry would suggest<br />

measures to prevent such<br />

attacks in the future as<br />

Pakistani based groups are<br />

indulging more in “shallow<br />

infiltration”, which means<br />

that terrorists strike the first<br />

available installation after<br />

crossing the Line of Control.<br />

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IN BUSINESS<br />

End to RAILWAY BUDGET<br />

NOW ONLY GENERAL BUDGET<br />

92 years of pratice of railway budget to come to an end<br />

by merging it to general budget. The Union Cabinet has<br />

decided to bring the curtains down on the 92-year-old<br />

tradition of presenting a separate Rail Budget.<br />

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It has been decided to merge<br />

the Rail Budget and the<br />

General Budget. Railway<br />

Minister Suresh Prabhu will<br />

not present it for the year<br />

2017-18. Instead, Finance<br />

Minister Arun Jaitley will<br />

present a “unified” budget.<br />

The proposal was given<br />

a go-ahead by the Union<br />

Cabinet, chaired by Prime<br />

Minister Narendra Modi,<br />

which has also advanced<br />

the date of the presentation<br />

of general budget from the<br />

last day of February and<br />

merger of the Plan and the<br />

Non-Plan classification in the<br />

Budget and Accounts.<br />

“All proposals regarding the<br />

Railway Budget will be part<br />

of general budget, which will<br />

have a separate discussion<br />

on railway expenditure,”<br />

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley<br />

said but emphasised that<br />

“the functional autonomy<br />

of the Railways will be<br />

maintained.”<br />

Post merger of Rail Budget<br />

with the General Budget,<br />

the Finance Ministry will<br />

be exploring ways to cut<br />

short railway expenses<br />

particularly concession and<br />

subsidy on passenger fares.<br />

The government will form a<br />

committee to look into the<br />

aspect of concessions to<br />

as many as 53 categories,<br />

including senior citizens,<br />

sportspersons, freedom<br />

fighters and differently-abled<br />

among others.<br />

“As far as the burden<br />

of concessional fare<br />

in different categories<br />

including sportspersons and<br />

patients is concerned, the<br />

government will constitute<br />

a separate committee to<br />

find out a way forward for<br />

it,” a senior railway ministry<br />

official said.<br />

“With scrapping of the<br />

railway budget, the finance<br />

ministry may consider cutting<br />

short on these concessions,”<br />

he indicated. Railway<br />

Minister Suresh Prabhu<br />

claimed that merger of the<br />

two budgets will not affect<br />

the ‘distinct identity’ of the<br />

railways and its functional<br />

autonomy.<br />

“The government will also<br />

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take an initiative to ensure<br />

that there is a separate<br />

discussion to the railways<br />

expenditure each year so<br />

that there is a element of<br />

detailed Parliamentary<br />

scrutiny and accountability,”<br />

Prabhu said.<br />

“This will help raise capital<br />

expenditure in Railways.<br />

Functional autonomy, distinct<br />

identity of Railways will<br />

remain as it is. Our efforts<br />

to leverage extra budgetary<br />

resources will continue,” he<br />

said.<br />

“Advancing the Budget will<br />

help spending on projects<br />

in states from April itself<br />

instead of September-<br />

<strong>October</strong> (as the monsoon<br />

kicks in by the time Budget<br />

approved in May),” Jaitley<br />

said.<br />

Officials said that the reform<br />

is intended to “deglamorise”<br />

the Railways portfolio and<br />

discourage the leveraging of<br />

the Rail Budget for handing<br />

out largesse to vote banks.<br />

Decisions like fare hikes<br />

would now become routine<br />

ones taken any time during<br />

the course of a year without<br />

as much public glare, said an<br />

official.<br />

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INFOCUS<br />

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Telangana<br />

inundated<br />

chaos everywhere<br />

Torrential rains in Hyderabad have been<br />

wreaking havoc for the residents. The city of<br />

Nizams has been receiving heavy Monsoon<br />

showers, so much so that flood waters have<br />

inundated many parts of the city.<br />

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INFOCUS<br />

The Monsoon showers can<br />

be attributed to the wellmarked<br />

low pressure, which<br />

is currently over Andhra<br />

Pradesh and its adjoining<br />

areas. Also, a trough in<br />

the lower levels ran from<br />

Northwest India up to the<br />

centre of the well-marked<br />

low pressure area across<br />

Vidarbha and Telangana.<br />

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The government has decided<br />

to seek the Indian Army’s<br />

help for rescue work in<br />

several areas including<br />

Begumpet, Nizampet and<br />

Alwal. Due to overflowing<br />

water bodies, several<br />

residential areas have been<br />

inundated with flood waters.<br />

The National Disaster<br />

Response Force (NDRF)<br />

has been asked to provide<br />

its assistance in undertaking<br />

rescue and relief operations.<br />

Telangana Chief Minister<br />

K Chandrasekhar Rao has<br />

directed his ministerial<br />

colleagues to stay in their<br />

respective districts and<br />

monitor the flood situation<br />

and supervise relief and<br />

rehabilitation works.<br />

Hundreds of NDRF and<br />

army personnel have been<br />

deployed in the city and<br />

other flood affected areas.<br />

Thirty seven health camps<br />

have also been set in many<br />

areas of the capital city of<br />

Telangana.<br />

“In the wake of increasing<br />

flood in Godavari river and<br />

its tributaries following heavy<br />

rains in the catchment areas<br />

of the river in Maharashtra,<br />

the Chief Minister directed<br />

the district ministers,<br />

officials and also the police<br />

of Adilabad, Nizamabad,<br />

Karimnagar, Warangal<br />

and Khammam districts,<br />

to remain alert,” an official<br />

release said.<br />

The CM has asked the<br />

minister T Nageshwara<br />

Rao to maintain alertness<br />

in the Khammam district as<br />

the water level in the river<br />

could reach danger level at<br />

Bhadrachalam. Rao said that<br />

the Nizamsagar, SRSP and<br />

other projects were receiving<br />

huge inflows. He directed<br />

the officials to take steps to<br />

shift people and cattle to safe<br />

locations.<br />

Rao spoke to Telangana<br />

Irrigation Minister Harish<br />

Rao and Chief Secretary<br />

Rajiv Sharma on the<br />

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Hundreds of<br />

NDRF and army<br />

personnel have<br />

been deployed<br />

in the city and<br />

other flood<br />

affected areas.<br />

Thirty seven<br />

health camps<br />

have also been<br />

set in many<br />

areas of the<br />

capital city of<br />

Telangana.<br />

measures undertaken.<br />

Harish Rao informed the<br />

Chief Minister that all the<br />

projects in Godavari basin<br />

have received inflows to their<br />

full capacity. Harish briefed<br />

him about the necessary<br />

measures taken up to handle<br />

the situation.<br />

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FREEDOM FIGHTER<br />

50<br />

H<br />

Dadabhai Naoroji<br />

First ever Asian to<br />

be a British Member<br />

of Parliament<br />

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Dadabhai Naoroji was born on 4 September 1825<br />

and is known as the Grand Old Man of India. He<br />

was a Parsi intellectual, educator, cotton trader<br />

and an early Indian political and social leader. He<br />

was married to Gulbai at the age of eleven.<br />

He was a Liberal Party<br />

member of parliament (MP)<br />

in the United Kingdom House<br />

of Commons between 1892<br />

and 1895 and the first Asian<br />

to be a British MP. He refused<br />

to take the oath on the Bible<br />

as he was not a Christian,<br />

but was allowed to take the<br />

oath of office in the name of<br />

God on his copy of Khordeh<br />

Avesta.<br />

Naoroji was born in Mumbai<br />

in a Gujarati-speaking<br />

Parsi family and educated<br />

at the Elphinstone Institute<br />

School. He was patronised<br />

by Maharaja of Baroda<br />

Sayajirao Gaekwad III and<br />

started his public life as<br />

the Dewan (Minister) to the<br />

Maharaja in 1874. Naoroji<br />

founded the Rahnumae<br />

Mazdayasne Sabha (Guides<br />

on the Mazdayasne Path)<br />

on 1 August 1851 to restore<br />

the Zoroastrian religion to its<br />

original purity and simplicity.<br />

He also founded a Gujarati<br />

fortnightly publication, the<br />

Rast Goftar (The Truth<br />

Teller), to clarify Zoroastrian<br />

concepts and promote Parsi<br />

social reforms. In 1855, he<br />

was appointed Professor of<br />

Mathematics and Natural<br />

Philosophy at the Elphinstone<br />

College in Bombay, becoming<br />

the first Indian to hold such<br />

an academic position. He<br />

travelled to London in 1855<br />

to become a partner in Cama<br />

& Co, opening a Liverpool<br />

location for the first Indian<br />

company to be established in<br />

Britain. Within three years, he<br />

resigned on ethical grounds.<br />

In 1859, he established his<br />

own cotton trading company,<br />

Dadabhai Naoroji & Co.<br />

Later, he became professor of<br />

Gujarati at University College<br />

London.<br />

In 1867 Naoroji helped to<br />

establish the East India<br />

Association, one of the<br />

predecessor organisations of<br />

the Indian National Congress<br />

with the aim of putting across<br />

the Indian point of view before<br />

the British public. In 1874, he<br />

became the Prime Minister of<br />

Baroda and was a member<br />

of the Legislative Council of<br />

Mumbai (1885–88).<br />

In 1906, Naoroji was again<br />

elected as the president<br />

of the Indian National<br />

Congress. Naoroji was a<br />

staunch moderate within the<br />

Congress, during the phase<br />

when opinion in the party was<br />

split between the moderates<br />

and extremists. Naoroji was<br />

a mentor to Bal Gangadhar<br />

Tilak, Gopal Krishna Gokhale<br />

and Mohandas Karamchand<br />

Gandhi.<br />

He died in Bombay on 30<br />

June 1917, at the age of 91.<br />

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INDIAN YOGA<br />

Matsyasana<br />

(BEGINNERS YOGA POSE)<br />

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Matsyasana is one of the<br />

beginners yoga pose inbuilt with<br />

lot of health benefits. Fish in a<br />

pond eats every dirt and clean<br />

the water. Likewise, Matsyasana<br />

purifies our blood and keeps us<br />

healthy. The name of the posture<br />

derives from the fact that if you<br />

adopt the position in water, you<br />

will float quite easily.<br />

How to do<br />

1. Sit on the carpet; fold<br />

the both legs together like<br />

Padmasana, Ardha Padmasana<br />

or Sukasana.<br />

2. Thrusting hands on the<br />

carpet and slowly lies down.<br />

3. Place the palms next to<br />

ears, towards the shoulder blade.<br />

4. Press palms and waist, raise<br />

the trunk and head. Then place<br />

the crown of the head on the<br />

floor.<br />

5. Place both the hands on the<br />

thighs and relax the elbow on<br />

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the floor. If possible hold the toe<br />

with the fingers.<br />

6. Now the crown of head and<br />

lower body on the floor making<br />

an arc shape on the back.<br />

Maintain the pose at least 50 or<br />

100 counts.<br />

7. Release the fingers, thrust<br />

the palms on the floor and raise<br />

the head and shoulder blade,<br />

rest them on the floor. Unfold<br />

the legs, straighten them and do<br />

savasana.<br />

Benefits<br />

1. Spinal Cord and back<br />

muscle tissues gets refreshed.<br />

2. It helps to cure asthma and<br />

respiratory disorders.<br />

3. Headache caused by<br />

stiffness of neck can be cured<br />

easily.<br />

4. Practicing this yoga<br />

pose regularly helps to cure<br />

impotency.<br />

5. It is an alternate yoga pose<br />

for sarvangasana.


6. Stiffness caused by the<br />

practice of sarvangasana and<br />

halasana can be warded off by<br />

practicing matsyasana.<br />

7. It helps to stop bleeding<br />

hemorrhoids.<br />

8. Practicing this yoga<br />

pose with drink water early<br />

morning helps to relieve from<br />

constipation.<br />

9. If a person suffers neck<br />

pain lumbago and spondylosis<br />

practice this pose daily using<br />

pillows, their pains and agony<br />

get suppressed and disappear.<br />

This Yoga pose is equal to<br />

traction therapy.<br />

10. Recommended for<br />

professional bloggers, IT<br />

field people, official workers,<br />

persons those who travel a long<br />

distance in motor cycle or bus.<br />

These peoples may suffer from<br />

forward neck pain. This pain<br />

can be cured temporarily by<br />

taking tablets and ailments. But<br />

practicing matsyasana relieves<br />

the pain forever.<br />

11. Because of deep breathing<br />

lungs gets strengthened.<br />

12. Insomnia being eradicates.<br />

That results in good normal or<br />

deep sleep.<br />

13. It helps to shed away<br />

diseases such as seizure, leprosy<br />

and skin diseases.<br />

14. It helps to reduce thigh and<br />

belly fat.<br />

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LIFE STYLE<br />

Perfect lifestyle<br />

for long life<br />

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A healthy lifestyle is quite<br />

simple to achieve - one does<br />

not need to do anything<br />

“crazy” to adopt a perfect<br />

lifestyle. The importance of<br />

living a perfect lifestyle for<br />

maintaining general good<br />

health and preventing chronic<br />

diseases has been the aim of<br />

all. A better lifestyle does not<br />

happen, by just wishing. In<br />

order to get a better lifestyle<br />

we need to put ourselves in<br />

the position to achieve that<br />

lifestyle.<br />

Our health continues to<br />

deteriorate at an alarming<br />

pace, and the incidence<br />

of chronic, degenerative<br />

disease is skyrocketing each<br />

year. Over the last 50 years<br />

the medical establishment<br />

has vigorously promoted a<br />

low-fat, high carbohydrate<br />

diet, claiming that it would<br />

protect us from heart disease<br />

and diabetes and make us<br />

healthier and happier. The<br />

statistics make it clear that the<br />

conventional approach has<br />

been a dismal failure and has<br />

not only failed to protect our<br />

health, instead has directly<br />

contributed to the epidemic of<br />

modern disease.<br />

One of the most glaring<br />

mistakes that conventional<br />

medicine has made is to<br />

assume that all of these<br />

modern diseases like<br />

diabetes, heart disease,<br />

depression, autoimmune<br />

disease, etc. are unrelated<br />

conditions that don’t share a<br />

common cause.<br />

The truth is that these<br />

conditions do have unique<br />

features, they all share a<br />

common origin - the modern<br />

lifestyle. Poor diet, nutrient<br />

deficiencies, stress, lack of<br />

sleep, lack of or the wrong<br />

type of exercise, toxins and<br />

medications, all directly<br />

contributed to the problems<br />

that are ruining our health.<br />

The best way to have a<br />

perfect lifestyle is to follow the<br />

following tips.<br />

Don’t eat toxins.<br />

Nourish your body.<br />

Eat real food.<br />

Supplement wisely.<br />

Heal your gut.<br />

Manage stress.<br />

Move like your ancestors.<br />

Sleep more deeply.<br />

Practice pleasure.<br />

And finally, the most<br />

important aspect to<br />

remember is:<br />

The biggest obstacle to<br />

perfect health is your mind!<br />

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RELATIONSHIP<br />

Keeping<br />

Relationships Intact<br />

All relationships, regardless of what kind they may be,<br />

as a single, married, friendships etc, require work.<br />

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There are numerous things<br />

that have to be taken into<br />

consideration, such as<br />

appreciating each other, not<br />

assuming or taking each<br />

other for granted, forgiveness,<br />

patience and tolerance.<br />

These attributes have to be<br />

a continuous part of every<br />

relationship, for it to be a<br />

lasting and successful.<br />

When we go through a genuine<br />

crisis, our intimate relationships<br />

with other people, your spouse<br />

or sweetheart, children, family<br />

and friends are affected.<br />

People in crisis find it difficult<br />

to socialize with others, difficult<br />

to concentrate and difficult to<br />

have any get-up-and-go. Libido<br />

diminishes considerably and<br />

emotions other than depression<br />

or anxiety feel blunted and<br />

difficult to access.<br />

Normal things that have<br />

brought pleasure in the<br />

past, watching a movie,<br />

going out on the town,<br />

dancing, sports, sex and<br />

so on, no longer feels to be<br />

pleasurable or interesting.<br />

A crisis strains the<br />

relationships. A person in<br />

crisis is likely to be morose,<br />

pessimistic, hopeless,<br />

sad, anxious, fatigued and<br />

less fun. People in crisis<br />

complains a lot. They say<br />

negative things about what’s<br />

wrong with their lives,<br />

their work, their families,<br />

their partners and with the<br />

world. They often have flat<br />

emotions, withdraw from their<br />

vital relationships and are<br />

prone to saying or doing things<br />

that are insensitive, hostile,<br />

angry or uncaring.<br />

What you can do to keep your<br />

relationship intact<br />

Affectionate touch is the<br />

one thing you can’t let slide.<br />

Cuddling, holding hands,<br />

hugging or just sitting next to<br />

each other, staying in touch is<br />

vital to keeping a relationship<br />

connected through hard times.<br />

Control your words and actions<br />

toward others. Don’t take your<br />

anger or irritation out on your<br />

intimate partner, your children<br />

or other people.<br />

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Playing and having fun<br />

reduces despair and reminds<br />

us that we’re still alive. It<br />

keeps us connected, knowing<br />

that someone is here with us<br />

through the hard times.<br />

Asking someone for their<br />

opinion is the ultimate form of<br />

respect. It says that they are<br />

important to you and you care<br />

enough to take the time to find<br />

out their thoughts. Respecting<br />

and valuing your partner will<br />

go a long way in creating a<br />

solid foundation for a lasting<br />

relationship.<br />

come out just right. You may<br />

not necessarily be sorry for<br />

what you did, but you can still<br />

be sorry, that the one you love<br />

has been hurt by your actions.<br />

Saying you are sorry isn’t<br />

necessarily an admission of<br />

guilt or wrong-doing, it’s just an<br />

acknowledgment, that you’ve<br />

hurt someone else’s feelings<br />

and you feel bad about it.<br />

When you’re in an intimate<br />

relationship with someone,<br />

sometimes saying nothing<br />

is more hurtful than saying<br />

something that may or may not<br />

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LOVE & ROMANCE<br />

Romancing<br />

in the bed<br />

Everybody likes to romance with their sweetheart.<br />

This helps in a relationship, by bringing you closer to<br />

each other and opens opportunities for you and your<br />

partner to get to know each other better. Being more<br />

romantic is not hard and good results can come from<br />

adding in just a few basic moves.<br />

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Foreplay is a great romantic<br />

activity and it doesn’t take<br />

a lot of skill, preparation or<br />

extra effort. It is also a great<br />

way of transition into just<br />

about any bedroom activity,<br />

from cuddling to a serious<br />

talk.Foreplays for a long time,<br />

before moving on to other<br />

activities can enhance the<br />

sweetness of the moments.<br />

Use the time to talk and<br />

caress gently, stroking hair<br />

and running your finger along<br />

their collar-bone, all gives a<br />

pleasurable comfort.<br />

Giving your partner a<br />

massage is a good idea when<br />

it comes to being romantic.<br />

Massages are very relaxing<br />

and a great way to lead in<br />

to other romantic activities.<br />

A light touch in just the right<br />

places will feel just good.<br />

Break the mold in terms of<br />

the kisses you are giving your<br />

partner in favor of something<br />

new and exciting. Get creative<br />

with your kisses. Kiss every<br />

freckle and mole. There are<br />

lots of ways to making kissing<br />

more romantic, sexy, and<br />

memorable.<br />

If you have not been partaking<br />

in foreplay, now is the best<br />

time to start. If your foreplay<br />

has been a little and one<br />

sided, now is the time to turn<br />

the tables. By throwing all<br />

of your attention into your<br />

partner’s pleasure, you’ll really<br />

grab their attention and their<br />

gratitude.<br />

As long as you speak from the<br />

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heart and is honest about your<br />

feelings, your partner will be<br />

very touched. Tell them what<br />

they mean to you and what<br />

your life feels like when they’re<br />

in it. This will make them feel<br />

great and help to set up a<br />

really romantic mood.<br />

Talking about all the good<br />

things that you would like to<br />

want in your partner gives you<br />

a great way to express your<br />

love in a way that really puts<br />

the focus on them. This is very<br />

romantic and will definitely<br />

warm their heart with feelings<br />

of love and affection.<br />

Telling your partner just<br />

how sexy they are can be a<br />

hugely romantic statement. It<br />

is especially important when<br />

your partner does not really<br />

see themselves as a sexual<br />

creature or someone that is<br />

desirable, because when you<br />

show them that you do think of<br />

them this way, they start to feel<br />

better about themselves.<br />

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INDIAN TRAVELOGUE<br />

Jabalpur<br />

city with rich history<br />

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Jabalpur is a city in the<br />

Mahakaushal region in the<br />

state of Madhya Pradesh in<br />

India. It is the largest urban<br />

agglomeration in Madhya<br />

Pradesh. It is counted as the<br />

third most populous city of<br />

Madhya Pradesh after Indore<br />

and Bhopal.<br />

It is bordered by Katni to<br />

the north, Umaria to the<br />

north-east, Dindori to the<br />

east, Mandla to the southeast,<br />

Seoni to the south,<br />

Narsimhapur to the southwest<br />

and Damoh to the northwest.<br />

The hills of Jabalpur, with<br />

varied mineral content are<br />

a popular destination for<br />

Geologists and Archaeologists.<br />

The city is surrounded by low,<br />

rocky, and barren hillocks.<br />

The town is surrounded by<br />

several lakes and water tanks.<br />

The area is rich in limestone,<br />

refractory clay, bauxite, iron<br />

ore, manganese and other<br />

deposits.<br />

Jabalpur was also the<br />

epicenter of a major<br />

earthquake in 1997. The<br />

geographic center of the<br />

contiguous India is located<br />

30 km east of Jabalpur in<br />

Katangi village. Jabalpur is<br />

known for its picturesque<br />

marble rock formations<br />

(Bhedaghat) across the<br />

banks of the river Narmada.<br />

Jabalpur is the birthplace of<br />

snooker, a historic heart of<br />

Hindi literature movement<br />

and a prominent regional<br />

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The British made Jabbalgarh the commission<br />

headquarters of the Saugor and Nerbudda<br />

Territories and established a cantonment<br />

here. Geographically an important place,<br />

the ruling Gond dynasty of Jabalpur lent<br />

its name to the primordial continental mass<br />

Gondwanaland.<br />

education hub. It is also a<br />

major spiritual center being<br />

the birthplace of Maharishi<br />

Mahesh Yogi and Osho<br />

Rajneesh and the site of<br />

important Jain shrines.<br />

History<br />

There is no consensus<br />

on the origin of the name<br />

Jabalpur. Some scholars<br />

believe it could have<br />

stemmed from the Arabic<br />

root “Jah-BAYL” meaning<br />

“mountain, hill or slope” (as<br />

elevations) of “Purwa” region,<br />

hence Jah-bayl-purwa or<br />

Jabalpur, since the black<br />

granite hills are prominent<br />

geological formations found<br />

in the Garha-Purwa region of<br />

Jabalpur.<br />

An unrelated term Jaulipattala<br />

has been found in a<br />

few post-Gupta and Kalchuri<br />

inscriptions found in Jabalpur.<br />

It has been hypothesized<br />

that Jabalpur may be a<br />

cognate of the Afghan city of<br />

Zabulistan since a princess of<br />

this Afghan city was married<br />

to one of the Kalchuri rulers<br />

of Tripuri, who later founded<br />

Jauli-pattala to settle the<br />

people from Zabulistan.<br />

Popularly, Jabalpur is<br />

postulated to be mythological<br />

Jabalipattan or Jabalipuram<br />

of the legendary atheist<br />

sage Jaabaali mentioned in<br />

the epic Ramayana, as his<br />

tapasya-bhoomi ( place of<br />

penance).<br />

Ashokan relics have been<br />

found in Rupnath, a place<br />

84 kms north of Jabalpur,<br />

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suggesting the existence of<br />

human civilization here dating<br />

back to c. 300 BC. Much later<br />

in history, Karanbel (now<br />

called Tripuri / Tewar) on the<br />

outskirts of current Jabalpur<br />

was the capital of the famous<br />

Kalchuri kingdom in the 9th–<br />

10th centuries.<br />

Chausath Yogini<br />

Temple<br />

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In c. 875 CE, the region was<br />

taken over by the Kalachuri<br />

dynasty who made Karanbel<br />

(Tripuri/Tewar) near Jabalpur,<br />

their capital. In the 13th<br />

century CE, the Gonds<br />

seized it and made it their<br />

capital. Inscriptions record the<br />

existence during the 11th and<br />

12th centuries of a local line of<br />

princes of the Haihai people<br />

who are closely connected<br />

with the history of Gondwana.<br />

Gond Raja Madansahi (ruled<br />

c. 1138-1157 CE) of Mandla<br />

constructed a bastion in the<br />

12th century CE on top of<br />

a hill which, after him, was<br />

named Madan-Mahal. In the<br />

16th century CE, Maharaja<br />

Sangramsahi (ruled c. 1491-<br />

1543 CE), who ruled for<br />

almost 52 years, extended<br />

his power to over 52 districts,<br />

including the twin-townships<br />

of Garha-Katanga. He started<br />

administering the region from<br />

here, thus the name Garha-<br />

Mandla. He was the longest<br />

reigning monarch and his<br />

period is believed to be the<br />

golden era in the history of<br />

Garha-Mandla region. A<br />

After India’s<br />

independence in 1947,<br />

Jubbulpore became<br />

Jabalpur.<br />

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large number of projects<br />

of public interest were<br />

undertaken during his reign.<br />

His daughter-in-law was<br />

Rani Durgavati who ruled<br />

from Singaurgarh fort in<br />

Sangrampur.<br />

During the reign of his minor<br />

grandson Veer Narayan<br />

(ruled by Queen-Mother<br />

Rani Durgavati c. 1550-<br />

1564 CE), Khwaja Abdul<br />

Majeed Harawi bearing the title<br />

‘Asaf-Khan or Commander’<br />

as viceroy of Kara Manikpur,<br />

conquered the Garha-Mandla.<br />

In this battle of Narrai in 1564<br />

CE, the Gond Queen-Mother<br />

Rani Durgavati made supreme<br />

sacrifice, along with her<br />

prime minister Adhar Simha<br />

Kayastha and others. Initially,<br />

‘Asaf-Khan’, Commander<br />

of Mughal Emperor Akbar’s<br />

forces, held Garha-Mandla<br />

as an independent chief but<br />

eventually submitted to the<br />

Mughal emperor Akbar.<br />

After Raja Sangramsahi, the<br />

next most illustrious king was<br />

Raja Hridaysahi (ruled c. 1652-<br />

1704 CE) who, coincidentally,<br />

also ruled for almost 52 years.<br />

He ruled the Garha-Mandla<br />

region from Chauragarh fort<br />

but later moved the capital to<br />

Ramnagar in c. 1652 CE and<br />

then back to Mandla fort in c.<br />

1698 CE for strategic reasons.<br />

Most of the waterbodies<br />

(lakes, reservoirs, stepwells,<br />

dams, wells) are from his time.<br />

The last Gond ruler who ruled<br />

efficiently was Nizamsahi<br />

(ruled c. 1753-1780 CE) after<br />

whom the Gond kingdom<br />

collapsed and the Maratha<br />

took over.<br />

practical independence from<br />

Raja Hridaysahi onwards.<br />

The scenario remained so<br />

until their subjugation by the<br />

Maratha governors of Sagar<br />

in c. 1781 CE. They called it<br />

Jabbalgarh. In c. 1798 CE,<br />

the Maratha Peshwa granted<br />

the Nerbuddah valley to the<br />

Bhonsle kings of Nagpur, who<br />

continued to hold the district<br />

until the British occupied it in<br />

c. 1818 CE after defeating the<br />

Marathas.<br />

The British made Jabbalgarh<br />

the commission headquarters<br />

of the Saugor and<br />

Nerbudda Territories and<br />

established a cantonment<br />

here. Geographically<br />

an important place, the<br />

ruling Gond dynasty of<br />

Jabalpur lent its name to the<br />

primordial continental mass<br />

Gondwanaland. Historically,<br />

a center of Kalchuri and<br />

Gond dynasties, Jabalpur<br />

developed a syncretic culture<br />

influenced by the intermittent<br />

reigns of the Maratha and<br />

Mughal empires. In the<br />

early nineteenth century, it<br />

was gradually annexed to<br />

British India as Jubbulpore<br />

and incorporated as a major<br />

cantonment town.<br />

The Mughal Empire, however,<br />

enjoyed little more than a<br />

nominal supremacy; and<br />

the Gond-administrators of<br />

Garha-Mandla maintained a<br />

There were periods of powershifts<br />

from one ruler to other.<br />

During such transitional<br />

turmoils, Jubbulpore’s Beohar<br />

family played significant role<br />

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in safeguarding region’s<br />

interests. Beohars were<br />

Jagirdars (like Dukes or<br />

Earls) who looked after interstate<br />

relations. In peace,<br />

they were ambassadors<br />

and defendants of their<br />

state’s traditions / customs<br />

and during war became<br />

gallantry knight-commanders<br />

or Sardar, thus, the titleprefix<br />

Sardar-Beohar with<br />

salutation Rajman-Rajeshri.<br />

Their ancestor Adhar Simha<br />

Kayasth, as Rani Durgavati’s<br />

ambassador, went to<br />

Akbar’s court and as knightcommander,<br />

led the army and<br />

laid his life for the nation.<br />

Much later, estates were<br />

granted to R.R. Sardar-<br />

Beohar Kehari Simha (c.<br />

1735-1845) by Gond rulers<br />

for bravery in battlefields.<br />

He detained Clive’s<br />

messenger Jainualbdeen<br />

in the region, but let him go<br />

after intervention from Raja<br />

Nizamsahi and Raja Janoji<br />

Bhonsle. A chapter in Sir<br />

Sleeman’s book ‘Rambles<br />

and Recollections..’ is<br />

devoted to Beohar Kehri<br />

Simha. R.R. Beohar Dariyav<br />

Simha (c. 1760-1850), as<br />

minister of Raja Raghoji II<br />

Bhonsle, headed the army to<br />

win battles of 1792-93 and<br />

1799-1801 defeating pindari<br />

Mir Khan.<br />

Vedic-scholar Sir Colebrooke<br />

at Beohar-Palace on<br />

embankment of Phootatalreservoir<br />

in 1801 CE and<br />

took him to his Burhagarh,<br />

Gosalpur and Jujhari. His<br />

pioneering initiatives against<br />

Thuggee’s were taken further<br />

by Sleeman. R.R. Beohar<br />

Gandharv Simha (c. 1780-<br />

1852) rescued Garha-Mandla’s<br />

Rani Laxmankuwari and<br />

Prince Nerbuddabux from<br />

Visaji Chandokar and crowned<br />

him in 1842 ousting cousin<br />

Shankarsahi. The Beohar<br />

title-prefix and their Riyasat<br />

were respected by Nagpur’s<br />

Bhonsle, Saugor’s Peshwa,<br />

and British who later became<br />

hostile due to the family’s<br />

nationalism. R.R. Beohar<br />

Aman Simha (c. 1830-1890)<br />

joined Raja Shankarsahi in<br />

1857 movement. Beohar<br />

Raghuvir Simha (1877-1960)<br />

was last Jagirdar.<br />

Under the British Raj,<br />

Jabbalgarh became<br />

Jubbulpore and was made<br />

the capital of the Saugor and<br />

Nerbudda Territories, which<br />

was part of the British North-<br />

Western Provinces. For the<br />

noble cause of rehabilitation of<br />

thugs’ families who were called<br />

gurinds, the Beohar-family<br />

allowed their piece of land<br />

known as Gurandi in the heart<br />

of the town.<br />

Ashokan relics<br />

have been found<br />

in Rupnath, a<br />

place 84 kms<br />

north of Jabalpur,<br />

suggesting the<br />

existence of<br />

human civilization<br />

here dating back<br />

to c. 300 BC.<br />

He hosted the orientalist<br />

In Jubbulpore cantonment,<br />

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Gadadhar Tiwari, on 16-<br />

06-1857, opened fire on his<br />

European superiors and<br />

sparked the Independence<br />

movement. His supreme<br />

sacrifice did not go waste<br />

as the movement caught<br />

momemtum in the region,<br />

albeit, was short lived.<br />

It broiled for more than<br />

four months during which<br />

the British were petrified,<br />

became extremely<br />

vulnerable and dreaded<br />

the worst. They ran out not<br />

only of support but also of<br />

supplies and were besieged<br />

along with European<br />

women and children in their<br />

own citadel - the Agency<br />

Mansion (now Divisional<br />

Commissioner’s residence).<br />

They survived only because<br />

a pro-British local bankermerchant<br />

came to their<br />

rescue which bought them<br />

time for reinforcements to<br />

arrive. The 1857 movement<br />

was locally spearheaded<br />

by Gond Raja Shankarsahi<br />

and Prince Raghunathsahi<br />

who were later arrested<br />

and detained. The freedom<br />

movement culminated with<br />

the martyrdom of Raja<br />

Shankarsahi and Prince<br />

Raghunathsahi from the<br />

mouth of a cannon on 18-09-<br />

1857 at the very spot where<br />

Lady Elgin Hospital now<br />

stands.<br />

The Saugor and Nerbudda<br />

Territories became part of<br />

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the new Central Provinces in<br />

1861 which in 1903 became<br />

the Central Provinces and<br />

Berar. By the early 20th<br />

century, Jubbulpore became<br />

the headquarters of a brigade<br />

in the 5th division of the<br />

Southern Army.<br />

Mahatma Gandhi’s longest<br />

and most important stay<br />

in Jubbulpore was in 1933<br />

at the Beohar-Palace of<br />

Beohar Rajendra Simha.<br />

Bapu’s grandson Kanu<br />

(son of Ramdas Gandhi)<br />

also stayed with him at the<br />

Beohar-Palace at Sathia Kua<br />

near Hanumantal. Mahatma<br />

Gandhi’s memorabilia of<br />

that occasion are still well<br />

preserved by descendents<br />

of Beohar-dynasty at The<br />

Beohar House in Beohar<br />

Bagh.<br />

After India’s independence<br />

in 1947, Jubbulpore became<br />

Jabalpur. Because of Bapu’s<br />

strong linkages with Jabalpur<br />

and his very special love<br />

for it, his mortal remains<br />

were brought to the city after<br />

is martyrdom. After going<br />

through the entire city, the urn<br />

containing Mahatma Gandhi’s<br />

ashes were immersed in holy<br />

river Narmada.<br />

Places of<br />

Interest<br />

BhedaGhat -<br />

Marble Rocks.<br />

Bhedaghat, a major<br />

tourist attraction, a village<br />

situated on the banks of<br />

the Narmada, is known<br />

for its marble rocks at a<br />

distance about 25 kms from<br />

Jabalpur by road. Major<br />

attractions are the Duandhar<br />

waterfall, marble gorge,<br />

and the Chausath Yogini<br />

temple. Boat ride is available<br />

from the Panchavti ghat<br />

in amist several kilometer<br />

long marble gorge in river<br />

Narmada.<br />

Dhuandhar<br />

The Dhuandhar Falls in<br />

Bhedaghat is a well known<br />

sight where one witnesses<br />

beautiful scenery and<br />

complete tranquility. The<br />

beautiful falls is rough yet<br />

calm, soft yet loud and<br />

undoubtedly breathtaking.<br />

The waterfall is located 25<br />

km from Jabalpur on the<br />

Narmada river. Dhuandhar<br />

Falls or the smoke cascade<br />

is a beautiful waterfall in<br />

Bhedaghat. The Narmada<br />

River after passing the<br />

Marble Rocks narrows to<br />

become a smoky waterfall.<br />

The plunge of Dhuandhar<br />

Falls is sudden and hence<br />

has a greater effect. This<br />

beautiful fall is a spectacular<br />

sight in Bhedaghat.<br />

Chausath-Yogini<br />

(Sixty Four female<br />

Yogis).<br />

The Chausath-Yogini temple<br />

is situated atop a hill rock<br />

and approached by a long<br />

flight of steps. Dedicated<br />

to Lord Shiva, this c. 10th<br />

century temple has carved<br />

stone figures of deities<br />

belonging to the Kalchuri<br />

period, arranged in a circular<br />

order. According to local<br />

legends, this ancient temple<br />

is connected to the Gond<br />

Queen-Mother Durgavati’s<br />

palace of Singaurgarh in<br />

Sangrampur as well as to<br />

the Maharaja Madansahi’s<br />

Madan-Mahal bastion<br />

through underground<br />

passages. These passages<br />

offerred safety to the visiting<br />

royalties in addition to<br />

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allowing escape route in<br />

times of distress.<br />

Lameta Ghat<br />

The holy location is a few<br />

kilometers upstream of the<br />

Marble Rocks accessible<br />

from the Dhuadhar waterfall<br />

as well as the Tilwara-<br />

Medical bypass. There are<br />

several temples constructed<br />

by the Beohar-dynasty<br />

between c. 16-18th century<br />

CE, including the hill-top<br />

Radhika-Madhav Temple<br />

(also referred to as Radha-<br />

Krishna / Radha-Govind<br />

Temple), and Rudra-Bhaskar<br />

(also known as Shiv-Surya<br />

Temple). The entire temple<br />

complex, housing about 6-7<br />

temples and a dharmshala<br />

on the banks of Narmada,<br />

is collectively referred-to as<br />

Shankarji Maharaj Mandir<br />

Parisar after the main<br />

temple. Most of the temples<br />

were constructed either by<br />

R.R. Sardar-Beohar Kehari<br />

Simha (c. 1735-1845) or his<br />

son Beohar Dariyav Simha<br />

(c.1760-1850).<br />

Bargi Dam<br />

On the river Narmada there<br />

is a tribal village called<br />

Bargi. Local authorities<br />

have started a cruise boat<br />

which runs on the reservoir<br />

of Bargi dam. Bargi Dam<br />

is located on the Jabalpur<br />

- Nagpur NH - 7 highway.<br />

About 40 km. from Jabalpur<br />

city. Bargi Dam is built on<br />

Narmada river. Tourists can<br />

enjoy water-sports in Bargi<br />

Dam. Madhya Pradesh<br />

State Tourism Development<br />

Corporation (MPSTDC) has<br />

encouraged water sports<br />

in Bargi dam. MP Tourism<br />

has its hotel and restaurant<br />

in Bargi Dam. Tourists can<br />

enjoy Cruise ride, motor<br />

boat ride, speed boat ride in<br />

reservoir water.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

Rich Ancient<br />

68<br />

History of India<br />

India’s history and culture is dynamic, spanning back<br />

to the beginning of human civilization. It begins with<br />

a mysterious culture along the Indus River and in the<br />

farming communities in the southern lands of India. The<br />

history of India is punctuated by constant integration<br />

of migrating people with diverse cultures that surround<br />

India. Available evidence suggests that the use of iron,<br />

copper and other metals was widely prevalent in the<br />

Indian sub-continent at a fairly early period. By the end<br />

of the fourth millennium BC, India had emerged as a<br />

region of highly developed civilization.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

The Indus Valley<br />

Civilization<br />

70<br />

The History of India<br />

begins with the birth of the<br />

Indus Valley Civilization,<br />

more precisely known as<br />

Harappan Civilization. It<br />

flourished around 2,500<br />

BC, in the western part<br />

of South Asia. The Indus<br />

Valley was home to the<br />

largest of the four ancient<br />

urban civilizations of<br />

Egypt, Mesopotamia,<br />

India and China. Nothing<br />

was known about this<br />

civilization till 1920s<br />

when the Archaeological<br />

Department of India carried<br />

out excavations in the<br />

Indus valley wherein the<br />

ruins of the two old cities,<br />

viz. Mohenjodaro and<br />

Harappa were unearthed.<br />

The ruins of buildings and<br />

other things like household<br />

articles, weapons of war,<br />

gold and silver ornaments,<br />

seals, toys, pottery wares,<br />

etc., show that some four to<br />

five thousand years ago a<br />

highly developed Civilization<br />

flourished in this region.<br />

The Indus valley civilization<br />

was basically an urban<br />

civilization and the people<br />

lived in well-planned and<br />

well-built towns, which were<br />

also the centers for trade.<br />

The ruins of Mohenjodaro<br />

and Harappa show that<br />

these were magnificent<br />

merchant cities-well planned,<br />

scientifically laid and well<br />

looked after. They had wide<br />

roads and a well-developed<br />

drainage system. The<br />

houses were made of baked<br />

bricks and had two or more<br />

storeys.<br />

The highly civilized<br />

Harappans knew the art of<br />

growing cereals and wheat<br />

and barley constituted their<br />

staple food. They consumed<br />

vegetables and fruits and<br />

ate mutton, pork and eggs<br />

as well. Evidences show that<br />

they wore cotton as well as<br />

woollen garments. By 1500<br />

BC, the Harappan culture<br />

came to an end. Among<br />

various causes ascribed to<br />

the decay of Indus Valley<br />

Civilization are the recurrent<br />

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floods and other natural<br />

causes like earthquake, etc.<br />

Vedic civilization<br />

The Vedic civilization is<br />

the earliest civilization in<br />

the history of ancient India<br />

associated with the coming of<br />

Aryans. It is named after the<br />

Vedas, the early literature of the<br />

Hindus. The Vedic Civilization<br />

flourished along the river<br />

Saraswati, in a region that now<br />

consists of the modern Indian<br />

states of Haryana and Punjab.<br />

Vedic is synonymous with<br />

Aryans and Hinduism, which<br />

is another name for religious<br />

and spiritual thought that has<br />

evolved from the Vedas. The<br />

largely accepted view is that<br />

a section of Aryans reached<br />

the frontiers of the Indian<br />

subcontinent around 2000 BC<br />

and first settled in Punjab and<br />

it is here, in this land, where<br />

the hymns of Rigveda were<br />

composed.<br />

The Aryans lived in tribes and<br />

spoke Sanskrit, which belonged<br />

to the Indo-European group<br />

of languages. Gradually, the<br />

Aryans intermingled with the<br />

local people and a historic<br />

synthesis was worked out<br />

between the Aryan tribes and<br />

the original inhabitants. This<br />

synthesis broadly came to<br />

be known as Hinduism. The<br />

Ramayana and Mahabharata<br />

were the two great epics of this<br />

period.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

Buddha was born in BC<br />

560 and died at the age<br />

of eighty in BC 480.<br />

The place of his birth<br />

was a grove known as<br />

Lumbini, near the city<br />

of Kapilavastu, at the<br />

foot of Mount Palpa in<br />

the Himalayan ranges<br />

within Nepal.<br />

The Buddhist Era<br />

72<br />

During the life time of<br />

Lord Gautam Buddha,<br />

sixteen great powers<br />

(Mahajanpadas) existed<br />

in the 7th and early 6th<br />

centuries BC. Among<br />

the more important<br />

republics were the Sakyas<br />

of Kapilavastu and the<br />

Licchavis of Vaishali.<br />

Besides the republics, there<br />

were monarchical states,<br />

among which the important<br />

ones were Kaushambi<br />

(Vatsa), Magadha, Kosala<br />

and Avanti. These states<br />

were ruled by vigorous<br />

personalities who had<br />

embarked upon the policies<br />

of aggrandisement and<br />

absorption of neighbouring<br />

states. However, there<br />

were distinct signs of the<br />

republican states while those<br />

under the monarchs were<br />

expanding.<br />

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Buddha was born in BC<br />

560 and died at the age of<br />

eighty in BC 480. The place<br />

of his birth was a grove<br />

known as Lumbini, near the<br />

city of Kapilavastu, at the<br />

foot of Mount Palpa in the<br />

Himalayan ranges within<br />

Nepal. Buddha, original<br />

name was Siddhartha<br />

Gautama, was the founder of<br />

Buddhism, the religion and<br />

the philosophical system that<br />

evolved into a great culture<br />

throughout much of southern<br />

and eastern Asia.


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TECHNOLOGY<br />

74<br />

ISRO launches<br />

weather satellite<br />

INSAT-3DR<br />

In its tenth flight (GSLV-F05),<br />

India’s Geosynchronous Satellite Launch<br />

Vehicle, equipped with the indigenous<br />

Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS),<br />

successfully launched the<br />

country’s weather satellite INSAT-3DR, into a<br />

Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).<br />

The launch took place from the Second Launch<br />

Pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR<br />

(SDSC SHAR), Sriharikota, the spaceport of<br />

India.<br />

At 4.50pm on September 08, <strong>2016</strong>, the<br />

Indian Space Research Organisation’s<br />

(Isro) Geosynchronous Satellite<br />

Launch Vehicle-F05 (GSLV-F05)<br />

lifted off from the Satish Dhawan<br />

Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra<br />

Pradesh, carrying with it the INSAT-<br />

3DR weather satellite.<br />

“GSLV-F05 is the tenth flight of India’s<br />

Geosynchronous Satellite Launch<br />

Vehicle (GSLV). GSLV-F05 is the flight<br />

in which the indigenously developed<br />

Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS) is being<br />

carried on-board for the fourth time<br />

during a GSLV flight,” Isro said in a<br />

statement after the rocket launch.<br />

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The 2,211-kg rocket has<br />

three stages, and the last<br />

stage is fitted with the<br />

cryogenic engine which<br />

provides a thrust that is 1.5<br />

times greater than in vehicles<br />

propelled by conventional<br />

liquid rocket engines. Once<br />

launched, the rocket’s<br />

engines burn and fall off in<br />

stages. At the last stage, the<br />

cryogenic engine comes to<br />

life and takes the satellite<br />

to space. A propulsion<br />

puts the INSAT-3DR into a<br />

Geostationary Transfer Orbit<br />

(GTO).<br />

INSAT-3DR has a Data<br />

Relay Transponder as<br />

well as a Search and<br />

Rescue Transponder to assist<br />

search and rescue operations<br />

of security agencies<br />

including all defence forces,<br />

the Coast Guard, and in<br />

shipping. The INSAT-3DR<br />

joins KALPANA-1 and<br />

INSAT-3D meteorological<br />

satellites currently orbiting<br />

in space. INSAT-3D which<br />

was launched in 2013<br />

counted features like using<br />

Atmospheric Sounding<br />

System to monitor weather.<br />

INSAT-3DR will be capable<br />

of imaging in two thermal<br />

infrared bands for estimation<br />

of sea surface temperature<br />

with better accuracy, as per<br />

ISRO.<br />

In its oval shaped GTO,<br />

the INSAT-3DR satellite is<br />

now orbiting the Earth with<br />

a perigee (nearest point to<br />

Earth) of 169.76 km and<br />

an apogee (farthest point<br />

to Earth) of 36,080.5 km<br />

with an orbital inclination of<br />

20.62 deg with respect to the<br />

equator.<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

JAGUAR XF<br />

LAUNCHED FOR RS 49.5 LAKH<br />

(EX DELHI)<br />

76<br />

Jaguar Land Rover has launched its<br />

premium sedan, the all-new XF,<br />

starting from Rs 49.5 lakh (ex-Delhi).<br />

The deliveries of XF are scheduled to<br />

begin from end of September <strong>2016</strong> and<br />

customers can now book one through<br />

any of the 23 authorised Jaguar Retailers.<br />

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The all-new Jaguar XF will be<br />

available in India in the following<br />

engines and derivatives - Jaguar XF<br />

2.0 l (132 kW) Diesel Pure: Rs 49.5<br />

lakh, Jaguar XF 2.0 l (132 kW) Diesel<br />

Prestige: Rs 55.9 lakh, Jaguar XF 2.0<br />

l (132 kW) Diesel Portfolio: Rs 62.1<br />

lakh, Jaguar XF 2.0 l (177 kW) Petrol<br />

Prestige: Rs 55.65 lakh, and Jaguar<br />

XF 2.0 l (177 kW) Petrol Portfolio:<br />

Rs 61.85 lakh (All prices are exshowroom<br />

Delhi).<br />

XF is available with adaptive LED<br />

headlights featuring Jaguar’s<br />

signature ‘J’ blade Daytime Running<br />

Lights. The Jaguar XF’s exterior<br />

design is aerodynamic. Aluminium<br />

has been used to form the body sides,<br />

bonnet and front wings of XF. The<br />

rear ‘knee-room’ of Jaguar XF has<br />

been increased by 24 mm and the<br />

rear ‘leg-room’ by 15 mm.<br />

The Jaguar XF is offered with<br />

the new Ingenium 2.0 l 4-cylinder<br />

Turbocharged Diesel engine that<br />

delivers a power output of 132 kW.<br />

Its 4-cylinder petrol engine offers 177<br />

kW of power. It comes equipped with<br />

two InControl infotainment systems:<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

The Jaguar XF is offered with the new Ingenium<br />

2.0 l 4-cylinder Turbocharged Diesel engine that<br />

delivers a power output of 132 kW.<br />

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InControl Touch on the Pure and<br />

Prestige derivatives and InControl Touch<br />

Pro on the Portfolio derivative. The new<br />

380 W Sound System with 11 speakers<br />

is standard on the Prestige Derivative<br />

and the digital 825 W Surround Sound<br />

System with 17 speakers is standard on<br />

the Portfolio Derivative.<br />

Jaguar’s All Surface Progress Control<br />

(ASPC) technology is a low speed cruise<br />

control that helps the all-new Jaguar XF<br />

to cope with low traction situations. Once<br />

activated, cruise control buttons can be<br />

used to set a ‘target’ speed of between<br />

3.6 km/h and 30 km/h. The system<br />

then works to achieve and maintain<br />

that speed while exerting optimum<br />

traction control. ASPC is standard<br />

on all engines fitted with automatic<br />

transmissions.<br />

All variants of the Jaguar XF are<br />

pretty much feature-laden and full<br />

of the expected technical specs.<br />

Engine specs include an engine of<br />

1999, which musters up a torque<br />

measuring to 430Nm@1750-<br />

2500rpm and maximum power of<br />

177bhp@4000rpm. It gives out an<br />

average mileage of around 17.2, with<br />

a fuel efficiency within a city of 15.1<br />

and on highways the mileage stands<br />

out as 19.33.<br />

The engineers at Jaguar gave XF<br />

the best of technical specifications.<br />

Jaguar XF 2.0 Diesel Pure is 8<br />

Speed geared, with Automatic<br />

transmission, Disc brakes at the<br />

front and Disc brakes at the rear<br />

along with MacPherson Strut front<br />

suspension and Four Link rear<br />

suspension, making it a rather<br />

safe drive. It offers Multi Function<br />

Steering System, Automatic Climate<br />

Control, PowerWindowsFront, Power<br />

Steering, Vanity Mirror & Front Cup<br />

Holders.<br />

The general specifications of Jaguar<br />

XF, with the interiors of Leather<br />

Seats, Heater, Digital Odometer,<br />

Adjustable Steering, Airconditioner &<br />

Cigarette Lighter. There are options<br />

of ABS, SeatBelt Warning, Central<br />

Locking, Passanger Airbag, Driver<br />

Airbag & Adjustable Seats. The<br />

dimensions of Jaguar XF stand out<br />

as 5067mm lengthy, 1457mm high,<br />

2091mm wide , which has a capacity<br />

of seating a total of 5, boot capacity<br />

being 540-litres and can carry 66<br />

litres of fuel in a go.<br />

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INDIAN VAASTU CORNER<br />

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VASTU FOR TOILET<br />

help in healthy living<br />

Placement of toilet in a home is most important<br />

for the health and wealth of the people living<br />

there.<br />

If toilet is placed at<br />

undesirable place then it<br />

would lead to major problems<br />

such as finance loss, health<br />

problems, mental tension,<br />

stress, etc. Vastu-Shastra<br />

lays down rules for the<br />

placement of toilet and WC<br />

so that it won’t create any<br />

complication for the occupant.<br />

The positioning of toilet<br />

should be complaint to Vastu<br />

norms in every way.<br />

Where<br />

1. North-west is ideally<br />

considered for the placement<br />

of toilet while attached toilet in<br />

bathroom must also be in this<br />

direction only.<br />

2. Alternative direction for<br />

the construction of toilet is<br />

South-east.<br />

3. Avoid toilet in North-east<br />

and East.<br />

4. The toilets should be<br />

located at a safe distance<br />

from the kitchen and the<br />

dining room.<br />

5. W.C should always be<br />

on the Southeast / Northwest<br />

Side and facing North / South.<br />

6. WC should never come<br />

down just below the running<br />

stairs.<br />

7. The bigger window<br />

should be on the north and a<br />

smaller one in the west.<br />

8. Door of toilet should be<br />

placed in Eastern sides.<br />

9. Mirror should always be<br />

on the East or North wall.<br />

10. The WC should never<br />

come in front of the bathroom<br />

door.<br />

11. If there is almirah, it<br />

should always be on the<br />

Southwest side of the toilet.<br />

12. The slope of the bathroom<br />

floor should be towards north<br />

and east so water drains<br />

to the northeast side of the<br />

bathroom.<br />

13. The suitable directions for<br />

keeping the washing machine<br />

are southeast and northwest.<br />

14. Avoid dark shades on<br />

toilet walls.<br />

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INDIAN SPIRITUAL<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

Chapter 3<br />

No one can refrain from<br />

doing something<br />

82<br />

Verse 5<br />

na hi kascit ksanam api jatu tisthaty akarma-krt<br />

karyate hy avasah karma sarvah prakrti-jair gunaih<br />

word Meaning<br />

na—nor<br />

hi—certainly<br />

kascit—anyone<br />

ksanam—even a moment<br />

api—also<br />

jatu—even<br />

tisthati—stands<br />

akarma-krt—without doing something<br />

karyate—is forced to do<br />

hi—certainly<br />

avasah—helplessly<br />

karma—work<br />

sarvah—everything<br />

prakrti-jaih—out<br />

of the modes of<br />

material nature<br />

gunaih—by the<br />

qualities.<br />

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It is not a<br />

question of<br />

embodied<br />

life, but it is<br />

the nature<br />

of the soul<br />

to be always<br />

active.<br />

Verse meaning<br />

All men are forced to act<br />

helplessly according to the<br />

impulses born of the modes<br />

of material nature, therefore<br />

no one can refrain from doing<br />

something, not even for a<br />

moment.<br />

Explanation<br />

It is not a question of embodied<br />

life, but it is the nature of<br />

the soul to be always active.<br />

Without the presence of the<br />

spirit soul, the material body<br />

cannot move. The body is only<br />

a dead vehicle to be worked<br />

by the spirit soul, which is<br />

always active and cannot stop<br />

even for a moment. The spirit<br />

soul has to be engaged in the<br />

good work, otherwise it will<br />

be engaged in occupations<br />

dictated by illusory energy.<br />

In contact with material<br />

energy, the spirit soul acquires<br />

material modes and to purify<br />

the soul from such affinities it<br />

is necessary to engage in the<br />

prescribed duties enjoined in<br />

the sastras. But if the soul is<br />

engaged in his natural function,<br />

whatever he is able to do is<br />

good for him.<br />

The renunciation of actions,<br />

factually means not being<br />

attached to them. It does not<br />

mean actually giving them up,<br />

as that is impossible. Nobody<br />

neither a wise man or a fool<br />

under any circumstances,<br />

can refrain from actions for a<br />

moment.<br />

Actions are spoken of as twofold<br />

in the Paingi scripture.<br />

Actions that are dependent<br />

upon a cause and actions<br />

which are independent of any<br />

cause. The actions that are<br />

dependent upon a cause are<br />

due to the influence of prakriti,<br />

material nature. Independent<br />

actions manifest from the<br />

Supreme Lord.<br />

No living being for the<br />

material existence can remain<br />

inactive even for a moment<br />

without initiating or pursuing<br />

some activity or other. If one<br />

steadfastly determine to<br />

perform absolutely nothing,<br />

still one would be compelled<br />

into action by the qualities<br />

of the three gunas, sattva or<br />

goodness, rajas or passion and<br />

tamas or ignorance.<br />

By adhering to karma yoga,<br />

the yoga of actions without<br />

desires, one’s accumulated<br />

sins will gradually dissolve and<br />

then mastery over the gunas<br />

and prakriti is achieved. At this<br />

time the mind becomes pure<br />

and one becomes qualified for<br />

jnana yoga.<br />

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I<br />

INDIAN EVENTS<br />

84<br />

Onam<br />

festival of oneness<br />

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Onam is the biggest Hindu festival in the Indian state<br />

of Kerala. Onam Festival falls during the Malayalam<br />

month of Chingam (Aug - Sep) and marks the<br />

homecoming of legendary King Mahabali. Carnival<br />

of Onam lasts for ten days and brings out the best of<br />

Kerala culture and tradition.<br />

Intricately decorated<br />

Pookalam, ambrosial<br />

Onasadya, breathtaking<br />

Snake Boat Race and exotic<br />

Kaikottikali dance are some of<br />

the most remarkable features<br />

of Onam - the harvest festival<br />

in Kerala.<br />

Onam is also a harvest festival<br />

and is celebrated at a time<br />

when everything appears so<br />

nice and good. The beautiful<br />

landscape of Kerala can be seen<br />

in its full radiance at this time<br />

of the Malayalam New Year.<br />

Weather, also seeks to be a part<br />

of the festival. It contributes by<br />

becoming pleasantly warm and<br />

sunny. Fields look brilliant with<br />

a bountiful harvest. Farmers<br />

feel on top of the world as they<br />

watch the result of their hard<br />

labour with pride.<br />

Children eagerly wait for the<br />

arrival of the carnival. It is time<br />

for them to get new clothes, toys<br />

and everything else they asked<br />

for or thought of. Numerous<br />

uncles, aunts and grandmas<br />

grace their wishes with delight.<br />

It is also a time for homecoming<br />

for people staying away from the<br />

families. Their arrival multiples<br />

the joy of the festival several<br />

folds.<br />

One of the most marvelous<br />

facets of Onam is the unfolding<br />

of its rich and well-established<br />

culture. It is not just glimpses,<br />

but a whole gamut of it in the<br />

ten-day-long carnival. Pulikali,<br />

Kaikottikali, Kummattikalli,<br />

Kathakali, Thumbi Thullal<br />

besides several other folk arts<br />

and traditions can be seen on one<br />

platform called Onam.<br />

The beauty of the festival lies<br />

in it’s secular fabric. People<br />

of all religions, castes and<br />

communities celebrate the<br />

festival with equal joy and<br />

verve. Onam also helps to create<br />

an atmosphere of peace and<br />

brotherhood by way of various<br />

team sports organised on the day.<br />

Onam is celebrated with gaiety<br />

and joy on all the ten days of the<br />

festivities. There are set rituals<br />

for each day and traditionally<br />

people of Kerala dutifully follow<br />

them. The mood of the people is<br />

upbeat all through the carnival<br />

and the high spirited people of<br />

Kerala are ever ready to indulge<br />

in merriment.<br />

Of all these days the first<br />

day Atham and the tenth day<br />

Thiruvonam are the most<br />

significant ones. Ninth day<br />

Uthradam is also considered to<br />

be extremely important from the<br />

point of view of celebrations in<br />

several parts of Kerala.<br />

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INDIAN EVENTS<br />

The biggest and the most happening<br />

day in the carnival of Onam is<br />

Thiruvonam. Festivities begin as<br />

early as 4 am. People clean up their<br />

house, take early bath, wear new<br />

clothes and perform elaborate<br />

prayers to seek divine blessings.<br />

Atham - Day One<br />

Thriketa - Day Six<br />

First day is an important one<br />

and is considered holy and<br />

auspicious by the people of<br />

Kerala.<br />

People, who may be staying<br />

away from their homes, start<br />

coming to their homes as the<br />

main day approaches.<br />

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Chithira - Day<br />

Two<br />

On the second day of Onam,<br />

people add to the size of the<br />

Pookalam with different flowers.<br />

Chodhi - Day<br />

Three<br />

Size of the Attha Poo gets further<br />

increased with an addition of<br />

design with a different flowers.<br />

Visakam - Day<br />

Four<br />

Brisk activities in the market and<br />

households can be witnessed on<br />

the day of Visakam<br />

Anizham - Day<br />

Five<br />

High point of the day is the<br />

grand boat race event called<br />

Vallamkali.<br />

Moolam - Day<br />

Seven<br />

With just two days left for the<br />

festival now, enthusiasm grips<br />

the state of Kerala<br />

Pooradam - Day<br />

Eight<br />

The day holds significance in<br />

Onam festivities. Devotees<br />

create clay idols in the shape of<br />

small pyramids.<br />

Uthradam - Day<br />

Nine<br />

It is a day prior to Thiruvonam.<br />

Some people begin festivities on<br />

a large scale on this day.<br />

Thiruvonam - Day<br />

Ten<br />

The biggest day of all, is the<br />

tenth day called Thiruvonam.<br />

Celebrations of the first day<br />

are marked by intricate floral<br />

carpets called Pookalam.<br />

More flowers of different<br />

colours are added to this<br />

pookalam on each passing<br />

day. Girls take great delight<br />

in designing them in the front<br />

courtyards of their house.<br />

Boys take pleasure in helping<br />

them gather flowers. Hectic<br />

activities for the carnival<br />

begin in the state from this<br />

day onwards.<br />

The biggest and the most<br />

happening day in the carnival<br />

of Onam is Thiruvonam.<br />

Festivities begin as early as<br />

4 am. People clean up their<br />

house, take early bath, wear<br />

new clothes and perform<br />

elaborate prayers to seek<br />

divine blessings. A massive<br />

and most exquisite pookalam<br />

is prepared on this day to<br />

welcome the spirit of King<br />

Maveli. Highpoint of the day<br />

is the enormous lunch called<br />

Onasadya.<br />

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Lakmé<br />

FashionWeek<br />

Winter/Festiv<br />

<strong>2016</strong><br />

Jade at Lakmé Fashion Week winter/festive<br />

<strong>2016</strong> is well under way in rainy Mumbai and<br />

the fashion crowd is out and about showing<br />

off the latest trends. From reinvented<br />

white shirts to championing pleats and<br />

mixing oversized outerwear with feminine<br />

elements, the show attendees rivalled the<br />

looks on the ramp.<br />

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Ae Dil Hai<br />

Mushkil<br />

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (English:<br />

Oh heart, it’s tough) is an<br />

upcoming Indian romantic<br />

drama film written and<br />

directed by Karan Johar. It<br />

features Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir<br />

Kapoor and Anushka Sharma in lead<br />

roles. Principal photography began in<br />

September 2015 with Kapoor and Sharma<br />

in London. At the end of September, the<br />

team filmed some portions in Paris. In<br />

<strong>October</strong>, they began shooting in various<br />

locations in Austria, including the city<br />

of Vienna. The film is scheduled for<br />

release on 28 <strong>October</strong> <strong>2016</strong> on the Diwali<br />

weekend<br />

Director<br />

R. Balki<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Kareena Kapoor<br />

Arjun Kapoor<br />

Music<br />

Ilaiyaraaja<br />

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SPECIAL MOVIE<br />

Shivaay<br />

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Shivaay is an upcoming <strong>2016</strong><br />

Indian bollywood film directed<br />

and produced by Ajay Devgan<br />

under his banner Ajay Devgn<br />

FFilms. Devgan stars in the<br />

film with Sayyeshaa Saigal and Erika<br />

Kaar. Mithoon composed the film’s<br />

score and soundtrack. Filming of the film<br />

started in November 2015 in Mussoorie,<br />

Uttarakhand. Shooting locations included<br />

Bulgaria, Hyderabad and Uttarakhand<br />

The film is scheduled for a worldwide<br />

release on 28 <strong>October</strong> <strong>2016</strong> on the Diwali<br />

weekend.<br />

Director<br />

Ajay Devgan<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Ajay Devgan<br />

Sayyeshaa Saigal<br />

Music<br />

Mithoon<br />

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Dhruva<br />

Dhruva is an upcoming<br />

Indian Telugu-language film<br />

directed by Surender Reddy<br />

and produced by Allu<br />

Aravind under his banner<br />

Geetha Arts. It features Ram Charan,<br />

Rakul Preet Singh and Aravind Swamy.<br />

It is an official remake of the Tamil film<br />

Thani Oruvan (2015). The film will feature<br />

music by Hiphop Tamizha, who composed<br />

for the Tamil original. and cinematography<br />

is handled by P. S. Vinod.<br />

The film was launched on 18 February<br />

<strong>2016</strong> and principal photography<br />

commenced on 22 February <strong>2016</strong>. The<br />

film is scheduled for a worldwide release<br />

on <strong>October</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Director<br />

Surender Reddy<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Ram Charan<br />

Aravind Swamy<br />

Rakul Preet Singh<br />

Music<br />

Hiphop Tamizha<br />

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Akira<br />

Akira is a<br />

film that falls<br />

flat because<br />

of the weak<br />

screenplay<br />

and a bad<br />

execution.<br />

Sonakshi Sinha<br />

struggles<br />

completely<br />

to impress the<br />

audience.<br />

Story :<br />

The story of Akira starts in<br />

Jodhpur, Rajasthan and is about<br />

Akira Sharma (Sonakshi Sinha)<br />

who has been forced to learn all<br />

the arts of protecting herself at an<br />

early age. She has been chosen<br />

martial arts rather than classical<br />

dance at an early age and while<br />

defending herself, she lands up in<br />

a juvenile prison. After coming out,<br />

Akira stays in a hostel. ACP Rane<br />

(Anurag Kashyap) and his batch of<br />

cops spot a huge dump of money<br />

however they end up killing up a<br />

person in recovering the money.<br />

The rest of the film is all about the<br />

involvement of Akira in this case<br />

and how she stays winning. Watch<br />

Akira to know about the film.<br />

Analysis :<br />

The first half of Akira starts with<br />

a bang and it looks completely<br />

interesting and engaging. However<br />

because of the unwanted episodes<br />

the interest dips down and<br />

Sonakshi Sinha has been just ok<br />

in the assigned role. The dose of<br />

drama dominates the real scenes<br />

and on the whole the first half of<br />

Akira has been just ok and is not<br />

upto the mark.<br />

The second half of the movie<br />

suffers in all the available ways to<br />

sustain and impress the audience.<br />

Though Sonakshi tries her bust<br />

to live up to the expectations, it is<br />

again the unwanted drama which<br />

happened to be the major reason<br />

for the film’s disappointment.<br />

The levels of entertainment have<br />

been completely down and the<br />

screenplay has been quite loose.<br />

On the whole the second half of<br />

Akira is a huge disappointment.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Akira is a film that falls flat because<br />

of the weak screenplay and a<br />

bad execution. Sonakshi Sinha<br />

struggles completely to impress the<br />

audience.<br />

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Story :<br />

Pink is the story of Minal Arora<br />

(Taapsee Pannu), Andrea Tariang<br />

and Falak Ali (Kirti Kulhari) who<br />

have been independent and have<br />

their own professions and share<br />

a rented apartment in New Delhi.<br />

One night turns deadly after the<br />

three girls encounter three guys<br />

to protect themselves. Minal hits<br />

Rajiv Singh (Angad Bedi) with<br />

bottle above his eye. It is then<br />

he starts harassing the three<br />

girls after which Minal lodges a<br />

police complaint. Rajiv uses his<br />

influence and assaults Minal as<br />

a sex worker. The rest of the film<br />

is about Deepak Saigal (Amitabh<br />

Bachchan) who fights for justice.<br />

Watch Pink to know about the<br />

court’s decision and what happens<br />

next.<br />

Analysis :<br />

Pink is a<br />

movie that<br />

makes a<br />

strong impact<br />

on the<br />

audience right<br />

from the first<br />

frame.<br />

The first half of Pink has been<br />

stupendous when it comes to<br />

Pink<br />

narration and execution. The plot<br />

has been well written and the<br />

movie has been well framed. Each<br />

and every scene looks extremely<br />

realistic. The performances by<br />

the lead actors make the film<br />

completely impressive. The<br />

gripping screenplay has been top<br />

notch and the pre-interval episodes<br />

make the audience blown away.<br />

The interval episodes make a huge<br />

impact and on the whole the first<br />

half of Pink has been extremely<br />

impressive.<br />

The second half of Pink too carries<br />

away the same momentum.<br />

Every time the film feels low,<br />

a twist comes out which will<br />

leave the audience puzzled. The<br />

performances once again have<br />

been top notch and the tight<br />

screenplay along with the gripping<br />

narration makes Pink highly<br />

impressive. The complete second<br />

half has been mind blowing and<br />

the climax ends up impressing the<br />

audience big time.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Pink is a movie that makes a strong<br />

impact on the audience right from<br />

the first frame. The stupendous<br />

narration and the power-packed<br />

performances make Pink a must<br />

watch film.<br />

3.5/5<br />

2.5/5<br />

3.75/5<br />

2.5/5<br />

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Janatha Garage<br />

3/5<br />

Janatha Garage<br />

is a film that has<br />

right amounts of<br />

action, emotions<br />

and entertainment<br />

in the right<br />

amounts. Tarak<br />

and Mohanlal<br />

take the film to<br />

the next level.<br />

A commercial<br />

entertainer.<br />

Story :<br />

Janatha Garage is the story<br />

of Satyam (Mohanlal) who is<br />

a mechanic by profession but<br />

he is quite habitual of solving<br />

human problems which make him<br />

widely popular. Anand (NTR) is<br />

a protector of environment who<br />

is ready to go to any limits for<br />

protecting the nature. However an<br />

unusual incident brings Satyam<br />

and Anand on the same board<br />

after which the duo decide to work<br />

together. The rest of Janatha<br />

Garage is about the real relation<br />

between Satyam and Anand, the<br />

repairs they made to the society<br />

eradicating the evils. Watch<br />

Janatha Garage to know about the<br />

rest.<br />

Analysis :<br />

The first half of Janatha Garage<br />

has been completely decent<br />

and impressive throughout. The<br />

entertainment has been well<br />

carried and the songs have been<br />

well placed. The emotional content<br />

has been well balanced throughout<br />

the first half which makes the film<br />

decent. The love story has been<br />

narrated with ease and the preinterval<br />

episodes catch pace. The<br />

interval episodes are the major<br />

highlight of Janatha Garage and on<br />

the whole the first half of the movie<br />

has been decent and impressive.<br />

The second half of Janatha<br />

Garage too has been decent but<br />

it has been slow in pace. The<br />

emotional content has been well<br />

elevated and Tarak has been<br />

outstanding throughout. Mohanlal’s<br />

performance alone gives<br />

goosebumps for the audience and<br />

the item song will give the much<br />

needed boost for the audience.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Janatha Garage is a film that has<br />

right amounts of action, emotions<br />

and entertainment in the right<br />

amounts. Tarak and Mohanlal<br />

take the film to the next level. A<br />

commercial entertainer.<br />

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EVIEW<br />

TOLLYWOOD<br />

Majnu<br />

3.5/5 3/5<br />

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Majnu is sure a<br />

worth watching<br />

romantic<br />

entertainer if<br />

you ignore the<br />

predictable plot.<br />

Story :<br />

Aditya (Nani), a native of<br />

Bhimavaram works an assistant<br />

director for SS Rajamouli. He<br />

happens to meet Suma (Priya<br />

Shri) through his friends and<br />

tries hard to impress her. She<br />

instead focuses on his past and<br />

Aditya narrates his heartbreaking<br />

lovestory with Kiran (Anu<br />

Emmanuel) after which he gets<br />

connected to her again. It is during<br />

this time, Aditya starts searching<br />

for Kiran and Suma comes with<br />

the biggest twist. The rest of<br />

the film is all about how Aditya<br />

manages to convince Kiran and<br />

bounce back in life. Watch Majnu<br />

to know about the rest.<br />

Analysis :<br />

love story has been fresh and<br />

romantic. Nani impresses big<br />

time with his comic timing and the<br />

songs have been shot extremely<br />

well. The film may be predictable<br />

however the director made sure<br />

that the audience enjoyed the film.<br />

The interval episodes turn out<br />

interesting and on the whole the<br />

decent first half of Majnu will sure<br />

impress the audience big time.<br />

The second half of Majnu too<br />

leaves you speechless as the<br />

film has the right mix of emotions,<br />

drama, love and entertainment. It<br />

is Nani who carried the complete<br />

film on his shoulders and the songs<br />

have been presented extremely<br />

well. The movie drops down for an<br />

instant however it picks back at the<br />

right time before much damage has<br />

been done. The climax has been<br />

completely impressive and the<br />

second half is convincing.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Majnu is sure a worth watching<br />

romantic entertainer if you<br />

ignore the predictable plot. Nani<br />

impresses the audience big time<br />

with his timing.<br />

3/5<br />

Majnu is a complete breezy<br />

entertainer with an engaging<br />

and entertaining first half. The<br />

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3/5<br />

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HOLLYWOOD<br />

TEA NEWS<br />

Chevy Chase<br />

Chevy Chase is ready to make<br />

a change! The actor recently<br />

checked into rehab again due<br />

to an alcohol-related problem,<br />

according to a shocking new<br />

report. We’ve got the details on<br />

his plans for sobriety, right here.<br />

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Kelly Ripa<br />

Movin’ on up! Kelly Ripa<br />

is now an executive<br />

producer on ‘Live With<br />

Kelly’, and it’s apparently<br />

the result of her very<br />

angry reaction to<br />

former co-host Michael<br />

Strahan’s move to ‘Good<br />

Morning America.’<br />

Amy Adams<br />

Amy Adams attends the<br />

‘Nocturnal Animals’ film<br />

premiere, 73rd Venice Film<br />

Festival, Italy – 02 Sep <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

Grace VanderWaal<br />

is officially an’ America’s Got Talent’ finalist!<br />

While Grace was clearly a favorite going into the<br />

semifinals, she still put on a performance that<br />

absolutely blew everyone away and earned her,<br />

Rihanna<br />

Rihanna was spotted<br />

leaving 1Oak in NYC<br />

with a fuzzy red heart<br />

jacket on. Under it,<br />

she had daisy dukes<br />

and a black tank top.<br />

She looked great as<br />

she walked out with<br />

her BFF Melissa,<br />

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Jennifer Lawrence<br />

is looks absolutely flawless in the<br />

new Fall <strong>2016</strong> campaign for Dior!<br />

The actress has been the face of<br />

the brand for quite some time and<br />

we couldn’t think of anyone better<br />

to represent the high fashion<br />

brand.<br />

Kim Kardashian<br />

The future is here, and it looks like Kim<br />

Kardashian! The sexy star showed off some<br />

robot realness in a new photoshoot, that she<br />

teased on social media.<br />

Kendall Jenner<br />

is becoming somewhat<br />

of a DIY queen, with<br />

recipes for a hair mask<br />

and a sugar body scrub<br />

on her app. Her newest<br />

concoction? An acne spot<br />

treatment to banish zits<br />

for good.<br />

Kaia Gerber<br />

is absolutely killing the<br />

fashion game, just like<br />

her supermodel mom,<br />

Cindy Crawford, has<br />

for decandes. But other<br />

than knowing that Kaia<br />

is practically a replica<br />

of her Cindy, there are<br />

some things you haven’t,<br />

Ariana Grande<br />

is telling her fans to ‘be yourself and don’t listen to<br />

any trends’ in a new interview with beauty website<br />

Byrdie. Read what she has to say about her now<br />

famous ponytail and her number one makeup.<br />

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110<br />

Balmain<br />

launched<br />

a stunning<br />

advertising<br />

camapign for<br />

Fall/Winter<br />

2015-<strong>2016</strong><br />

collection.<br />

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Star Gazing<br />

ARIES<br />

As you enter <strong>October</strong> <strong>2016</strong> work will pick up pace and you will bounce back with<br />

creative energies and changes in the way you work. You may alter your work strategy<br />

and even implement long overdue decisions. Work will be very hectic between 6th-<br />

20th <strong>October</strong> and all in a positive way, after which you’ll slow down to focus on personal life.<br />

Expect travels between 3-11th <strong>October</strong> or post 19th <strong>October</strong> with minor delay or change of<br />

plans. Health will need attention between 17th-28th <strong>October</strong>. Sleep patterns will be disturbed<br />

till <strong>October</strong> 15.<br />

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GEMINI<br />

Work will be slow till 6th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

Expect delays or cancellation in<br />

meeting or travel plans. Co workers<br />

might act moody or edgy but don’t<br />

take things personally. Post 12th <strong>October</strong><br />

’16 expect more responsibility or more<br />

work from existing clients. New initiations/<br />

opportunities expect post 18th <strong>October</strong><br />

but expect clarity post 28th <strong>October</strong>. Work<br />

will slow down post 26th .Health will need<br />

attention 3-17th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

CANCER<br />

A slow start to the month, where you<br />

will only be planning and laying a<br />

foundation. Expect delays or chaos<br />

in communication but post 16th <strong>October</strong>’16<br />

you will take charge and be on a roll.<br />

Important meetings will be very productive<br />

after 15th <strong>October</strong> so for best results<br />

schedule meetings during this period. Avoid<br />

friction with team members between 26-30th<br />

<strong>October</strong>. An old client will come back with<br />

more work after 17th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

TAURUS<br />

Work will be stable with minor<br />

delays around 7-16th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

Important meetings set up around<br />

6-11th <strong>October</strong> will yield results<br />

after 23rd <strong>October</strong>. Be more attentive at<br />

work as silly mistakes can take a toll on your<br />

relationship with seniors. You’ll work with<br />

new people/ clients or team members post<br />

15th <strong>October</strong>. Those looking at changing<br />

your job will get positive results after 11th<br />

<strong>October</strong>.<br />

LEO<br />

A stable month at work. Nothing<br />

extra ordinary but you’ll see results<br />

of the hard work done in previous<br />

months. People will acknowledge your work<br />

between 3-16th <strong>October</strong> and post 21st<br />

<strong>October</strong> you’ll have major decisions to make<br />

which will eventually work in your favour.<br />

Paper work will slow down between 9-27th<br />

<strong>October</strong>. Be more delegative. Health will be<br />

sensitive throughout the month.<br />

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VIRGO<br />

Work will be stable till 8th <strong>October</strong> with the usual monotony but post 15th expect<br />

clarity and decision making factor which will speeden work up. People will depend on<br />

you for decisions and execution. You’ll also hire/ work with new people post 18th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

Last minute travels will be beneficial. Health will need attention 9th-21st <strong>October</strong>, especially<br />

areas of eyes and head. Don’t carry work stress home between 14-28th <strong>October</strong> as family<br />

members will need your attention. Be more communicative with loved ones.<br />

SCORPIO<br />

You need to take a back seat and<br />

let people take control at least in<br />

areas of work. You have exhausted<br />

yourself mentally and this month you need to<br />

share your responsibility. You need to align<br />

your thoughts with action. Work will be stable<br />

till 18th <strong>October</strong>, after which it will slow down.<br />

Expect important meetings to be scheduled<br />

between 8-16th <strong>October</strong>, and signing of a new<br />

deal/ contract between 15th-27th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

AQUARIUS<br />

Work will be stagnant, and while all<br />

is well, you might feel emotionally<br />

insecure and even question people’s<br />

intentions around you. It’s just a low phase<br />

of mind and expect yourself to bounce back<br />

after 9th <strong>October</strong>. Old clients will come back<br />

with clarity. If you are applying for a new job,<br />

expect positive news post 14th <strong>October</strong>. An<br />

important meeting set around 19th-24th<br />

LIBRA<br />

Work will be stable throughout the<br />

month. Expect more responsibility/<br />

new projects or even a new job<br />

after 14th <strong>October</strong>. People will be<br />

critical about certain things at work, but<br />

don’t let it come in your way. Avoid friction at<br />

work between 25th-29th <strong>October</strong>. Important<br />

meetings scheduled post 17th-22nd <strong>October</strong><br />

might get delayed or cancelled. Health will<br />

be sensitive till 22nd <strong>October</strong>. Routine will be<br />

erratic and disturbed throughout the month.<br />

SAGITTARIUS<br />

A hectic start to the month till 11th<br />

<strong>October</strong>. Work will be demanding<br />

and co-workers will depend on you.<br />

You might attract new opportunities or client<br />

but expect clarity post 20th <strong>October</strong>. Don’t<br />

get over confident as it may affect certain<br />

decisions. You’ll also work with old clients<br />

/ old team members after 14th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

Health will need attention 20-30th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

CAPRICORN<br />

Work will be slow till 8th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

There will be going back and forth<br />

but expect a push from co-workers<br />

and as seniors invest more confidence in<br />

you, you’ll take charge. There will be minor<br />

communication delay or friction around 11-<br />

18th <strong>October</strong> but nothing that you can handle.<br />

Ongoing work in new project will show results<br />

after 19th <strong>October</strong>.<br />

PISCES<br />

Work will be productive. You will<br />

look forward to going to work every<br />

day and channelizing your creative<br />

energies. If you are expecting a new<br />

role/ job, expect clarity after 12th ocotober.<br />

People who have criticised you for your<br />

decisions in the past will be supportive of<br />

you. Avoid friction with a team member post<br />

24th <strong>October</strong>. Important work decisions<br />

made around 20-26th <strong>October</strong> will create a<br />

strong influence in your role at work.<br />

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Yellow Pages<br />

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CCTV and cameras<br />

Dharans International<br />

Technologies Pvt Ltd<br />

Ameerpet<br />

Flat B3-2, 3rd Floor,<br />

KVR Enclave, Ameerpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

Ph: 8885444188 , 040 -<br />

40110366, 40110370<br />

Email: sanjeev@ditech.<br />

co.in<br />

I Dfens<br />

Basheerbagh<br />

3-6-305/8, 2nd<br />

Floor, Avanthi Nagar,<br />

Basheerbagh,<br />

Hyderabad - 500029<br />

Ph: 8886002223 , 040 -<br />

23221717<br />

Email: contact@idfens.<br />

com<br />

Cherith Enterprises<br />

Kukatpally<br />

Flat No 102, Star B<br />

Aparment, Kings Baker<br />

Lane, Bhagyanagar<br />

Colony, Kukatpally,<br />

Hyderabad - 500072<br />

Ph: 9848846833,<br />

9848846835.<br />

Email: cherith901@<br />

yahoo.co.in<br />

Airtech Systems<br />

Punjagutta<br />

3-6-305/8, 2nd<br />

Floor, Avanthi Nagar,<br />

Basheerbagh,<br />

Hyderabad - 500029<br />

Ph: 9848035525 , 040 -<br />

66845582<br />

Email: airtechsystems@<br />

hotmail.com<br />

ARRK Solutions<br />

Masab Tank<br />

10-3-11/3/2, Street No<br />

2, Castle Hills, Masab<br />

Tank, Hyderabad -<br />

500034<br />

Ph: 9885931993 , 040 -<br />

63543030<br />

Email: sales@arrk.in<br />

Roi Techno Solutions<br />

Trimulgherry<br />

301, Block A, Sumitra<br />

Apartment, Airlines<br />

Colony, Trimulgherry,<br />

Secunderabad - 500015<br />

Ph: 9985660000,<br />

9618838333<br />

Email: info@<br />

roitechnosolution.com<br />

R K Security Systems<br />

New Bowenpally<br />

Plot Number 6B, Phase-<br />

II, Sancharpuri Colony,<br />

New Bowenpally,<br />

Secunderabad - 500011<br />

Ph: 9299998700,<br />

9247033009<br />

Email: rksecuritysystems@<br />

gmail.com<br />

Ray Technologies<br />

Ram Nagar<br />

12-11-684, Third Floor,<br />

Adikmet, Ram Nagar,<br />

Hyderabad - 500044<br />

Ph: 9246218097,<br />

9963720898<br />

Email: raytech@in.com<br />

Phoenix Integrators<br />

Hyder Basti<br />

#5-2-45, 2nd Floor, R<br />

P Road, Hyder Basti,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

Ph: 9848185109,<br />

9705355338<br />

Email: kiran@phoenixint.<br />

in<br />

Doctors<br />

Deepa Shah<br />

M.P.T(Bombay),miap<br />

Somajiguda<br />

#209, Maheswari<br />

Chambers, Somajiguda,<br />

Hyderabad - 500082<br />

Ph: 9391046240<br />

Siri Dental Hospital<br />

Upperpally<br />

Shop.2 Pillar No<br />

184, Pnr Apartment,<br />

Upperpally, Hyderabad -<br />

500008<br />

Ph: 9849123490<br />

Email:dr_krekesh@<br />

yahoo.com<br />

D.K.Reddy<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

3-5-900, Near Telugu<br />

Academy, Himayath<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

500029<br />

Ph: 40 - 23220997<br />

Vasan Dental Care<br />

Banjara Hills<br />

Plot Number 6B, Phase-<br />

II, Sancharpuri Colony,<br />

New Bowenpally,<br />

Secunderabad - 500011<br />

Ph: 9299998700,<br />

9247033009<br />

Email: rksecuritysystems@<br />

gmail.com<br />

P Siva Reddy Eye<br />

Hospital<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

3-5-886, Himayath<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

500029<br />

Ph: 9989010105,<br />

8096665550<br />

Email: psreye@gmail.com<br />

G V S Rao’s E N T Super<br />

Speciality Hospital<br />

Punjagutta<br />

Half Road, Housing<br />

Board Colony, Punjagutta,<br />

Hyderabad - 500082<br />

Ph: 9849085060 , 040 -<br />

23416077<br />

http://www.raosentcare.<br />

com<br />

Clear Vision Eye Hospital<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

3-5-272, NVK Towers,<br />

Himayath Nagar,<br />

Hyderabad - 500029<br />

Ph: 8008888511 , 040 -<br />

23225386<br />

Email:info@clearvision.<br />

co.in<br />

Sri Sai Indira Dental<br />

Hospital<br />

Nalla Kunta<br />

2-2-1130/26/A/3/A/3,<br />

1st Floor, Shivam Road,<br />

Prasanth Nagar<br />

Ph: 9849236737 , 040 -<br />

27668280,<br />

Email:info@<br />

srisaiindiradental.com<br />

Ent & Eye Nurisng Home<br />

Sarojini Devi Road<br />

111, Karan Centre,<br />

Sarojini Devi Road,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

Ph: 9059311554 , 040 -<br />

27848166<br />

Email: drbsraoent@yahoo.<br />

com<br />

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Yellow Pages<br />

Home needs<br />

Casa Marketing Private<br />

Ltd<br />

Gachibowli<br />

1-70/c, Rajiv Nagar,<br />

Gachibowli, Hyderabad -<br />

500032<br />

Ph: 9246833316,<br />

9246833313<br />

Email: cmplhyd@gmail.<br />

com<br />

Airpro Hvac Systems<br />

Bowenpally<br />

Plot no 19 1st Floor, SBI<br />

Colony, Bowenpally,<br />

Secunderabad - 500009<br />

Ph: 9652655505 , 040 -<br />

64515209<br />

Email:airprohvacsystems@<br />

gmail.com<br />

Audio Video Solutions<br />

Begumpet<br />

Shop No 4, My Home<br />

Tycoon, Life Style<br />

Building, Begumpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

Ph: 9000093807 , 040 -<br />

30724037<br />

Email:jayapal.avs@gmail.<br />

com<br />

Avis Electronics<br />

RP Road<br />

8-1-401/2, CBR<br />

Complex, RP Road,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

Ph: 9849844187 , 040 -<br />

27703723<br />

Email:aviselectronics@<br />

gmail.com<br />

Anand Electricals<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

3-6-474/2, Himayath<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

500029<br />

Ph: 9848761762 , 040 -<br />

65345457<br />

Email:anandelectronics@<br />

gmail.com<br />

Vishal Shopping Centre<br />

Nallakunta<br />

2-2-647/4/a/3, Shivam<br />

Road, Nallakunta,<br />

Hyderabad - 500013<br />

Ph: 9848119361,<br />

9949003162<br />

mail:vsc1986@gmail.com<br />

S S Aircon<br />

Fathe Nagar<br />

House No 10-1-201/1,<br />

Pipeline Road, Fathe<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

500018<br />

Ph: 9959599962 , 040 -<br />

23778675<br />

mail:<br />

ss_aircon@yahoo.co.in<br />

Cooling Solutions<br />

Picket<br />

Plot No.54, Lakshmi<br />

Nagar Cly, Picket,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

Ph: 9848123520,<br />

9848123522<br />

Email:coolsol2007@<br />

rediffmail.com<br />

Chill Aircon<br />

Malakpet<br />

#16-2-705/6/9,<br />

Basappa Building,<br />

Malakpet, Hyderabad -<br />

500036<br />

Ph:9849084399,<br />

9849084339,<br />

9246155390 ,<br />

040 - 66715539<br />

Email:chillaircon_123@<br />

yahoo.co.in<br />

Jewellery & watches<br />

Central Watch Company<br />

Abids<br />

Station Road, Abids,<br />

Hyderabad - 500001<br />

Ph: 9849842736 , 040 -<br />

24743618<br />

Email:arun.lalwani6@<br />

gmail.com<br />

Kamal Watch Company<br />

Pvt Ltd<br />

Mahatma Gandhi Road<br />

1, Mahatma Gandhi<br />

Road, Secunderabad -<br />

500003<br />

Ph: 9246268440 , 040 -<br />

27722008<br />

Email:kamal1969@<br />

kamalwatch.com<br />

Yumegifts<br />

Basheerbagh<br />

402, IV Floor, Babukhan<br />

Estate, Basheerbagh,<br />

Hyderabad - 500001<br />

Ph: 040 - 23220990<br />

Email:vinod@yumeindia.<br />

com<br />

Ethos<br />

Serilingampally<br />

G-4, 5 And 6, Survey No<br />

64, Inorbit Mall Mandal<br />

Ranga Reddy Madhapur<br />

Village Hyderabad<br />

Ph: 9550460155 , 040 -<br />

40202881, 40202882<br />

Email:einh@ethoswatches.<br />

com<br />

Abid Watch Co<br />

East Marredpally<br />

Shop No 13,Lakshmi<br />

Plaza Complex, Next<br />

To Shenoy Nursing<br />

Home, Entrenchment<br />

Road, East Marredpally,<br />

Secunderabad - 500026<br />

Ph: 9642244088,<br />

9848467283<br />

Home cleaners<br />

SEM Enterprises<br />

Attapur<br />

MIG-185, Kushan Bagh,<br />

Mushak Mahal, Attapur,<br />

Hyderabad - 500048<br />

Ph: 8801678456,<br />

9346273763<br />

Email:sem_enterprises78@<br />

rocketmail.com<br />

Modicare Success Centre<br />

Sarojini Devi Road<br />

202 Kala Mansion,<br />

Secunderabad, Sarojini<br />

Devi Road, Secunderabad<br />

- 500003<br />

Ph: 040 - 27842302<br />

Email:modisec@hd2.vsnl.<br />

net.in<br />

Cleangem<br />

Begumpet<br />

1-11-271/1, Gagan<br />

Vihar Colony, Begumpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

Ph:8008754199 , 040 -<br />

27760666<br />

Email: cleagem.in@gmail.<br />

com<br />

Spotless House Cleanning<br />

Services<br />

Banjara Hills<br />

Road No 7, Banjara Hills,<br />

Hyderabad - 500034<br />

Ph: 9603397111<br />

Email:spotlessfacility.msr@<br />

gmail.com<br />

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