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WISHESH<br />

JANUARY <strong>2017</strong><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 />

VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 1<br />

.COM<br />

Yoga<br />

Body rejuvenation<br />

Handloom<br />

Ethical Fashion<br />

Freedom Fighter<br />

Murdered for<br />

being Hindu<br />

Culture<br />

Bodos natural and<br />

beauty Happiness and Prosperity<br />

Cover Story<br />

Amma No more<br />

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Editiors Page<br />

With immense pleasure we would<br />

like to welcome you to the<br />

<strong>January</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 earnest efforts<br />

to bring you the most important happenings<br />

such as the end of legendary<br />

Amma of the poor, Natural and beauty<br />

of Bodos, Ethnic fashion of Assam Handloom.<br />

Story of the unsung hero Swami<br />

Shraddhanand who was murdered for<br />

being a Hindu and many more which<br />

you can relish in your valuable time. It<br />

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

of life.<br />

We bring to you the tasty Indian food that you have forgotten once you left your motherland.<br />

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

The knowledge guru has imparted to you in the betterment of your life. And many more, which<br />

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 information<br />

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

Read, Relax, Rejuvenate<br />

and Enjoy!!!<br />

-KIRAN E, EDITOR IN<br />

CHIEF<br />

Contact me at<br />

kirane@cinesprint.com


WISHESH<br />

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our advertisers and<br />

readers for making this<br />

magazine possible.<br />

-KIRAN E, EDITOR IN CHIEF<br />

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kiran@wishesh.net<br />

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or work by advertisers or for third party content. While<br />

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its agents, accept any liability for loss or damage. Our<br />

contributors offer a diversity of views; their opinions are<br />

their own and not necessarily shared by WISHESH Digital<br />

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Special thanks to contributors, our<br />

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back copies. Keep up the good work.<br />

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it very informative with plenty of ideas!<br />

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I love entertainment, previously I use to read<br />

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10-13<br />

Current affairs<br />

14-27<br />

Indian Diaspora<br />

Assam Handloom<br />

Bodos<br />

Mishing<br />

28-33<br />

Cover Story<br />

Jayalalitha<br />

CONTENTS<br />

14- 19<br />

Assam Handloom<br />

26- 29<br />

Jayalalitha<br />

34-35<br />

Story for Kids<br />

Krishna<br />

36-37<br />

Healthy Living<br />

Little things for Happy Living<br />

38-39<br />

Indian Food<br />

Cheera Thoran<br />

40-41<br />

Nri profile<br />

Chet Kanojia<br />

46-47<br />

Desi News<br />

Jet Airways flight skidded off<br />

runway at Goa<br />

36- 37<br />

Happiness and<br />

Prosperity comes from<br />

Healthy Living


50- 51<br />

In Focus<br />

48-49<br />

In Business<br />

Viral Acharya becomes<br />

Deputy chief of RBI<br />

56- 57<br />

Indian<br />

Yoga<br />

50-51<br />

In Focus<br />

After<br />

demonetisation,<br />

now remonetisation<br />

52-55<br />

Freedom Fighter<br />

Swami Shraddhanand<br />

56-57<br />

Indian Yoga<br />

Merudandasana<br />

63-65<br />

Romance<br />

58-59<br />

LifeStyle<br />

Happy families<br />

will have<br />

60-62<br />

Relationship<br />

Healthy relationship<br />

contributes to the<br />

family values<br />

63-65<br />

Romance<br />

Effects of depression in<br />

Romance


66-73<br />

Travelogue<br />

Haridwar<br />

74-79<br />

Indian History<br />

Indus Valley civilisation<br />

CONTENTS<br />

66- 73<br />

Haridwar<br />

82-87<br />

Volkswagen Tiguan<br />

80-81<br />

Technology<br />

Isro Resourcesat-2A<br />

launch<br />

82-87<br />

Automobiles<br />

Volkswagen Tiguan<br />

88-89<br />

Indian vasthu<br />

Vastu for basement<br />

90-91<br />

Indian Spiritual<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

74-79<br />

Indus Valley<br />

civilisation


92-93<br />

ISL finals 2016<br />

92-93<br />

Indian Events<br />

ISL finals 2016<br />

94-99<br />

Fashion<br />

Amazon India<br />

FashionWeek<br />

116-117<br />

Hollywood<br />

Tea News<br />

100-107<br />

Kaabil<br />

100-107<br />

Special Movie<br />

Kaabil<br />

Raees<br />

Khaidi no 150<br />

108-115<br />

Movie Review<br />

Dangal<br />

Kahaani 2<br />

Dhruva<br />

116-117<br />

Hollywood Tea News<br />

Niall Horan<br />

Khloe Kardashian<br />

Mariah Carey<br />

120-121<br />

Star Gazing


CURRENT AFFAIRS<br />

Samajwadi party expels CM Akhilesh,<br />

Party splits<br />

Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has<br />

called for the party’s Parliamentary board meeting. The<br />

meet comes a day after expelling his son and Uttar<br />

Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and senior<br />

leader Ram Gopal Yadav from the party for six years<br />

citing gross indiscipline. Akhilesh has also called for a<br />

meeting of the party MLAs at his official residence.<br />

10<br />

Prime Minister Modi launches a new<br />

app ‘Bhim’<br />

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched Bharat<br />

Interface for Money – BHIM – an app that lets users<br />

to make payments using Unified Payment Interface.<br />

Now it is available only on Android, the app lets<br />

users to pay and receive money with no processing<br />

fee. A transaction cost, however, may be levied by<br />

the user’s bank. The app lists 30 banks including<br />

SBI, HDFC, ICICI, Union Bank of India, South India<br />

Bank, and Standard Chartered, among others.<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY <strong>2017</strong>


ATM withdrawal raised to Rs 4500<br />

50-day deadline of the demonetisation exercise<br />

announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on<br />

November 8 has came to an end on 30 December, the<br />

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has partially eased the<br />

restriction on withdrawal of cash from ATMs by raising<br />

the daily withdrawal limit from Rs 2,500 to Rs 4,500 on<br />

each debit card. With a cash crunch and only close to<br />

40 per cent of 2.2 lakh ATMs dispensing cash, there is<br />

no change in the weekly withdrawal limit of Rs 24,000.<br />

Such disbursals will be in the denomination of Rs 500<br />

notes, the RBI said in a late night notification.<br />

Sasikala new chief of AIADMK<br />

V K Sasikala Natarajan, 54, a close aide of late Tamil<br />

Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa, has formally taken<br />

charge as general secretary of the All India Anna<br />

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) at the party’s<br />

headquarters in Chennai. AIADMK party members<br />

had in an unanimous resolution adopted at the party’s<br />

general council meeting earlier this week, appointed<br />

Sasikala to the post. The AIADMK in its general<br />

body meeting passed a resolution to work under the<br />

leadership of Sasikala.<br />

JANUARY <strong>2017</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


CURRENT AFFAIRS<br />

Sushma Swaraj rocks in Twitter again<br />

Known for her prompt response, External Affairs<br />

Minister Sushma Swaraj yet again helped a man<br />

in distress by issuing an urgent visa. The Indian<br />

Consulate in Chicago helped the NRI man in getting<br />

an emergency visa after he sought help stating that<br />

his father had passed away in India. The man, Rohan<br />

Shah from Chicago tweeted to Swaraj and asked for<br />

her intervention in the matter. Within a few hours, the<br />

consulate in Chicago informed, “On priority basis visa<br />

has been issued to Mr. Rohan and his two children.”<br />

Overwhelmed by the minister’s quick assistance, Shah<br />

thanked Swaraj for her help and also said that the<br />

visas were issued in just 20 minutes.<br />

12<br />

Islamist terrorism biggest threat:<br />

Angela Merkel<br />

Islamist terrorism is the biggest threat facing<br />

Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a New<br />

Year’s address to the nation, and she vowed to<br />

introduce laws that improve security after a deadly<br />

attack before Christmas in Berlin. Describing 2016<br />

as a year that gave many the impression that the<br />

world had “turned upside down,” Merkel urged<br />

Germans to forsake populism and said Germany had<br />

an interest in taking a leading role in addressing the<br />

many challenges facing the European Union.<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | JANUARY <strong>2017</strong>


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ENJOY<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

Assam<br />

Handloom<br />

Charming creation<br />

by hand<br />

14<br />

One of the seven sisters of the North East region of<br />

India, Assam is known for its exceptionally good quality<br />

cotton, soft, smooth and fluffy variety in abundance<br />

in the region. Naturally it has given rise to a cottage<br />

industry in handlooms in cotton and silk fabrics that<br />

has gradually evolved into a major textile industry and a<br />

dependable means of livelihood.<br />

Assam Cotton Saris are light in<br />

weight, comfortable, easy to carry<br />

all day and maintain comfortably.<br />

Raw materials used for the making<br />

of Assam Sarees are mainly cotton<br />

or more recently mercerized cotton,<br />

which is soft & shiny. Zari work or<br />

multi colored threads are woven<br />

to these fabrics and that gives the<br />

richness to the fabric.<br />

Beautiful patterns of fruits, flowers,<br />

diamonds, animals, birds or human<br />

figures are generally impressed on<br />

these pure cotton sarees. The tie<br />

and dye art is on display in the fine<br />

handloom creations in mercerized<br />

sico and pure cotton. The colours<br />

chosen are bright, deep and full<br />

of the vibrancy of Nature. What is<br />

especially noteworthy is the good<br />

use of thread work or embroidery<br />

that elevates an ordinary weave<br />

to an extraordinary work of art.<br />

The borders and pallu make good<br />

use of zari, that provide the right<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

impetus to the look.<br />

16<br />

The range and depth of<br />

the extraordinary tie & dye<br />

designer Assam cotton<br />

weaves in pure handloom<br />

cotton sarees is mind<br />

blowing. There are plain<br />

sicos in vibrant hues with<br />

beautiful matching borders.<br />

Block printed sicos in multicolour<br />

stripes design, Earthy<br />

shades Assam cotton tants,<br />

the pastels of Assam sico<br />

linen, the vibrant multicoloured<br />

Assam sicos with<br />

catchy wide zari borders<br />

and matched zari worked<br />

pallus and the deep shades<br />

of the mercerized sico<br />

cotton handlooms are the<br />

explorative experiments of<br />

the fine Assam fabrics.<br />

The weavers of Assam works<br />

as a family in the handloom<br />

industry for weaving intricate<br />

charming Assamese sarees.<br />

The family members get<br />

involved right from spinning<br />

to dyeing to making warp and<br />

then weaving. They mainly<br />

uses pitlooms.The artisans<br />

creativity makes Assamese<br />

sarees more beautiful and<br />

durable.<br />

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The range and<br />

depth of the<br />

extraordinary<br />

tie & dye<br />

designer<br />

Assam cotton<br />

weaves in pure<br />

handloom<br />

cotton sarees is<br />

mind blowing.<br />

There are<br />

plain sicos in<br />

vibrant hues<br />

with beautiful<br />

matching<br />

borders.<br />

JANUARY <strong>2017</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

Mishing<br />

Man of worthiness<br />

18<br />

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The Mishing or Misíng or Miri, are an ethnic group<br />

inhabiting the districts of Dhemaji, North Lakhimpur,<br />

Sonitpur, Tinsukia,Dibrugarh, Sibsagar, Jorhat and<br />

Golaghat of the Assam state in India. They belong<br />

to greater Tani people community which comprises<br />

many tribes in Arunachal Pradesh in India and Tibet<br />

Autonomous Region (TAR) in China.<br />

All Tani tribes share<br />

linguistic, cultural and ritual<br />

similarities. All Misings trace<br />

back their root to Abutani or<br />

Abo Tani (The first man on<br />

earth) like any other Tani<br />

tribes.<br />

Legends says that they<br />

came into contact with<br />

more civilised communities<br />

living in plains of Assam<br />

as early as in the 16th<br />

century. Because of this,<br />

they lost their violent tribal<br />

nature and many embraced<br />

the Vaishnavite religion.<br />

Though they belong to Tani<br />

group of tribes and they<br />

used to be hill dwellers,<br />

they started living on the<br />

banks of rivers in the plains<br />

of Assam. Misings presently<br />

living in the plains of Assam<br />

were not a one single tribe,<br />

but evolved into one when<br />

many tribes from various<br />

Tani tribes in Arunachal<br />

Pradesh migrated to the<br />

plains of Assam in search<br />

of fertile land as well as<br />

in search of civilisational<br />

progress.<br />

The Misings believe Abotani<br />

as their ancestor and is<br />

supposed to be a son of<br />

mother Sun and father<br />

Moon of the Heavenly<br />

abode. The Mising people<br />

inhabiting by the Plains<br />

believe Gumin as one of<br />

the earliest ancestors, the<br />

forefather of a lineal family<br />

of Abotani. The sons of<br />

Gumin are grouped in clans,<br />

the names of which are<br />

represented by the existing<br />

surnames in the society.<br />

They are all blood related<br />

brothers with a social<br />

restriction of matrimonial<br />

relationship among them.<br />

A few non-Mising<br />

speaking groups like<br />

Bihiya, Samurguria etc.<br />

are predominant. These<br />

groups write some of<br />

their surnames as Saikia,<br />

Baruah, Medhi, Kachari,<br />

Patgiri Changmai etc. and<br />

soon forget their Gu:min<br />

and Opin Identity. The<br />

division into Borgam and<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

20<br />

Dohgam, which was an<br />

administrative system<br />

introduced during Ahom<br />

Kingdom, is non-existent in<br />

the society today. As such<br />

the multifarious form of<br />

division, have no bearing<br />

at all in identification of<br />

Guhmeen ad Opeen<br />

Concept since time<br />

immemorial in maintaining<br />

their fabric of socio-cultural<br />

system.<br />

The Opin of Gumin are<br />

all blood related brothers<br />

known as Urom bibosunam<br />

Beerrang originating from<br />

a common ancestor father<br />

and there is no restriction<br />

in offering prayers in the<br />

Rituals in common platform.<br />

There is another form of<br />

brotherhood existing in the<br />

society which has been<br />

traditionally accepted as<br />

affiliated brother or Tomeen<br />

sunam Beerrang from<br />

different opin. In both types<br />

of Brotherhood marriage<br />

among themselves is<br />

forbidden in the society.<br />

Mishings have their own<br />

unique folk music, dances<br />

and musical instruments.<br />

Most of these are used or<br />

performed on their social<br />

and religious festivals.<br />

Mishing’s folk music<br />

Ahbang is a verse of hymn<br />

of praise and worship of<br />

gods and goddesses.<br />

Ahbang is sung by the Mibu<br />

(priest) at rituals. There is<br />

also community Ahbangs<br />

generally used in Pobua,<br />

a ritual festival, praying for<br />

better crops, health and<br />

happiness.<br />

Kaban is one of the oldest<br />

forms of Mishing folk songs.<br />

It is lamentation music and<br />

recalls sad events. At the<br />

death of a dear one, the<br />

women burst out into a sort<br />

of cry and the song for an<br />

outsider may sound funny.<br />

Tebo Tekang is a romantic<br />

lyric, narrating some love<br />

encounters.<br />

Siuhlung Nitom is a<br />

melancholic song, sung in<br />

lonely places like jungle.<br />

Bini are lullabies sung either<br />

at home or in the field,<br />

taking babies to places of<br />

work. The baby is tied to the<br />

back of the mother or the<br />

young babysitter.<br />

Midang Nitom is usually<br />

sung at the time of ushering<br />

in a bride to her new home,<br />

often in order to tease<br />

her. These too are rather<br />

melancholic, since they<br />

depict the sadness of brides<br />

wailing at being separated<br />

from her family, friends<br />

and the familiar childhood<br />

environment.<br />

Oi Nitom is the most<br />

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popular form of Mishing<br />

folk song, sung by Mishing<br />

youths when they are<br />

working or moving about the<br />

fields, woods, etc. It is an<br />

integral part of the Mishing<br />

Sohman (dance). It has a<br />

variety of themes ranging<br />

from romance, humour,<br />

tragedy and socio-cultural<br />

motifs. Each line in an Oi-<br />

Nitom is of seven syllables.<br />

Musical instruments<br />

Mishings have rich folk<br />

music such as dumdum,<br />

lupi, lehnong, marbang,<br />

bali, etc. Which are used<br />

in Gumrak dance and<br />

are common to other<br />

locals. The typical type<br />

of traditional instruments<br />

played in Mishing folk music<br />

are ezuk tapung, derki<br />

tapung, tumbo, tapung tutok<br />

tapung, ketpong tapung,<br />

gekre tapung, dendun,<br />

dumpak koreg, gunggang,<br />

tulung etc. These are mostly<br />

wind instruments made of<br />

bamboo. Yoksa (sword)<br />

is used as a musical<br />

instrument by the priest<br />

during religious dance.<br />

Dances<br />

Gumrag is performed five<br />

times in circles. Drums<br />

and cymbols are the usual<br />

musical instruments for the<br />

dances.<br />

Mibu Dagnam is a priestly<br />

dance performed mostly<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

22<br />

Gumrag is<br />

performed<br />

five times in<br />

circles. Drums<br />

and cymbols<br />

are the usual<br />

musical<br />

instruments<br />

for the dances.<br />

during Porag, the harvesting<br />

festival, observed in the<br />

Murong, the community hall<br />

of the Mishings. The priest<br />

sings the Ahbang while<br />

performing this ritual dance.<br />

Selloi is a kind of merrymaking<br />

song and dance<br />

often performed for fun,<br />

by young boys and girls<br />

with the accompaniment of<br />

drums or cymbols. It marks<br />

the beginning of influx of the<br />

Mishing people from hills to<br />

plains of Assam.<br />

Occasionally, all sections<br />

of Mising people indulge in<br />

singing and dancing lereli<br />

in sheer fun and merriment,<br />

especially at the meeting of<br />

old friends.<br />

Gumrak Sohman dance is<br />

performed on the occasion<br />

of Ali-Aye-Ligang.<br />

Lotta Sohman dance is<br />

performed on any occasion,<br />

as an expression of joy or<br />

community celebration. Old<br />

and young, all join in these<br />

dances<br />

Marriage<br />

The Mishings are a<br />

patrilineal and patrilocal<br />

society and so, as per<br />

customary law, only the<br />

male children are entitled<br />

to inherit the property of a<br />

family. However, daughters<br />

can inherit the clothes and<br />

jewellery of their mothers.<br />

[citation needed]<br />

Marriages amongst the<br />

Mishings take place in four<br />

ways:<br />

(i) formal marriages through<br />

negotiation<br />

(ii) marriage by elopement<br />

(iii) marriage through a very<br />

simple ceremony<br />

(iv) marriage by force.<br />

or expects some opposition<br />

to the marriage from<br />

some quarter, or would<br />

like to start a conjugal life<br />

without delay, he chooses<br />

elopement with the girl<br />

as the best option. More<br />

often than not, marriages<br />

by elopement are followed<br />

by due social recognition<br />

through simple formalities.<br />

Formal marriages are<br />

arranged through two or<br />

three stages of negotiation,<br />

but although arranged by<br />

parents or guardians, the<br />

marriage of a boy and a<br />

girl totally unknown to each<br />

other, would be very rare.<br />

Polygamy is permissible as<br />

per customary law, but it is<br />

not looked upon as an act of<br />

honour anymore. Polyandry<br />

is unknown altogether.<br />

Widows or widowers can<br />

remarry. Customary law<br />

allows divorces, but they<br />

are not very common.<br />

It is also customary for<br />

a groom’s parents or<br />

guardians to pay bride price<br />

– mostly nominal – to the<br />

parents or guardians of the<br />

bride. Clan endogamy is<br />

taboo.<br />

Ejug Tapung Sohman<br />

is a very ancient form of<br />

dance performed to the<br />

accompaniment of ejug<br />

tapung, a wind instrument<br />

resembling the snake<br />

charmer’s been.<br />

The most common form<br />

of marriage in rural areas<br />

is the one by elopement.<br />

When a boy is in love with<br />

a girl and intends to marry<br />

her, but cannot afford the<br />

cost of a formal marriage,<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA CULTURE<br />

24<br />

Bodos<br />

Ethnic tribes of Assam<br />

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The Bodos are an ethnic and linguistic aboriginal<br />

group of the Brahmaputra valley in the northeast<br />

part of India. Udalguri, Chirang, Baksa, Sonitpur,<br />

Goalpara, Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Darrang,<br />

Bongaigaon,Kokrajhar of Assam are the places<br />

where Bodos inhabit. Historically the great Bodos<br />

were known as the Mech.<br />

Even today the Bodos living in<br />

West Bengal, Nagaland and<br />

Nepal are called Mech. The<br />

Bodos use the term Bodosa<br />

to describe themselves. There<br />

are other subgroups of Bodo<br />

community such as Dimas,<br />

Tiwa, Sonowal Kachari and<br />

Thengal Kachari spread across<br />

Assam.<br />

Bodos have had historically<br />

practiced Bathouism and a form<br />

of forefather worship called<br />

Obonglaoree. The sijwu plant, is<br />

taken as the symbol of Bathou<br />

and worshipped. In the Bodo<br />

Language Ba means five and<br />

thou means deep. Five is a<br />

significant number in the Bathou<br />

religion. Five Philosophies:<br />

Earth, Water, Air, Sun and<br />

Universe. These five elements<br />

are Bathou and the master of<br />

five elements is called Bwrai<br />

Bathou or God.<br />

A clean surface near home or<br />

courtyard is considered as an<br />

ideal place for worship. Usually,<br />

a pair of areca nut called ‘goi’<br />

and betel leaf called ‘pathwi’<br />

could be used as offering.<br />

On special occasion, worship<br />

offering could include rice, milk<br />

and sugar. For the Kherai Puja,<br />

the most important festival of<br />

the Bodos, the altar is placed in<br />

the rice field. Other important<br />

festivals of the Bodos include<br />

Hapsa Hatarnai, Awnkham<br />

Gwrlwi Janai, Bwisagu and<br />

Domashi. Bathouism is<br />

considered a sect of Hinduism.<br />

Bodos have been farmers, with<br />

a strong tradition of fishing,<br />

keeping poultry, piggery, rice<br />

and jute cultivation and betel<br />

nut plantation. The Bodos also<br />

cultivate mustard and corn.<br />

They make their own traditional<br />

attire. The Bodo linguistic ethnic<br />

group arrived and settled in the<br />

region and have contributed<br />

to the cultural traditions of the<br />

Assamese and others in the<br />

north east of India.<br />

Dresses and ornaments of<br />

the Bodos are the symbol of<br />

their traditional art and culture.<br />

Their arts of such dresses and<br />

ornaments are the intrinsic<br />

reflections of the nature within<br />

which they are shaped and<br />

moulded. Since ancient time,<br />

the indigenous people like<br />

Bodos were accustomed with<br />

the production of clothes from<br />

the tread of Eri and Muga. The<br />

Eri cloth is of dub colour and is<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA CULTURE<br />

The dresses<br />

of Bodo<br />

women are a<br />

distinguishable<br />

feature of<br />

Bodo culture.<br />

durable. It is light but worn, in<br />

ordinary cold season, wrap<br />

of the Assamese is generally<br />

made of this cloth.<br />

Bodo women are expert in<br />

rearing the “Endi Emphou”<br />

(Eri worm ) and “Muga<br />

latha” (Muga worm) and<br />

make treads from them.<br />

They weave different kind<br />

of clothes like “Dokhna“<br />

(Women’s dress for covering<br />

the whole body), “Jwmgra“<br />

(Chadar or orna or scarf of<br />

woman), Gamsha ( Cloth for<br />

covering the lower part of the<br />

body by man and sometimes<br />

used in bath), “Phali“ or<br />

“Rumal” (Handkerchief),<br />

“Hishima“ (Big and wide<br />

cloth used as rugs during the<br />

winter season) etc. out of the<br />

treads of Eri and Muga.<br />

use a type of cloth known<br />

as “Jwmgra“ made of Eri<br />

thread and a small cloth<br />

on the shoulder during the<br />

winter and summer season<br />

respectively.<br />

The dresses of Bodo women<br />

are a distinguishable feature<br />

of Bodo culture. A man can<br />

identify a Bodo womanfolk<br />

just by seeing her dresses.<br />

Bodo woman wears her<br />

“Dokhna or Dokhona“<br />

covering the body from the<br />

chest down to the ankle. Its<br />

length and breadth is made<br />

in such a way that it can be<br />

tied one round at a time in the<br />

waist. Dokhna or Dokhona is<br />

made of varied colours and<br />

“Agor” or (Phul in Assamese).<br />

The Dokhna without Agor or<br />

Phul is called “Salamatha“ or<br />

“Matha”. “Dokhona Thaosi“<br />

(Pure Dokhona) is generally<br />

used as bridal attire, Bwirathi<br />

(Woman receptionist of bride<br />

and bridegroom in Bodo<br />

marriage) and “Doudini“ (A<br />

dancing woman in Kherai<br />

puja, it is believed almighty<br />

power enters into the body<br />

of a pure soul) or during the<br />

festivals or other ceremonies.<br />

Traditionally Bodo manfolk<br />

used to wear male garment<br />

called “Gamsha“ (Gamosha<br />

in Assamese) to cover the<br />

body from waist down to the<br />

knee. Previously Bodo old<br />

man used to wear wooden<br />

footwear known as “Khorom“<br />

(Karam in Assamese). They<br />

Now-a-days Bodo women<br />

wear blouse to cover her<br />

upper bosom and adorns<br />

with “Jwmgra “(Scarf)on<br />

it. The Jwmgra covers the<br />

upper portion of the body.<br />

Bodo women wear various<br />

colours of scarf with full of<br />

Agor (handy work design) to<br />

beautify themselves.<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

28<br />

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Amma of Tamilnadu<br />

Kum J Jayalalithaa’s<br />

life came to an end<br />

At last the eventual has happened. After lots<br />

of speculations and rumours, poor man’s<br />

‘Amma” has left to abode at around 11.30 PM<br />

on Monday the 5th December. After 75 days of<br />

hospitalisation and recovery, on 5th December<br />

mornign she had a crucial cardiac attack which<br />

has put an end to the legendary life of Puratchi<br />

thalaivi Dr. J Jayalalitha, fondly and respectfully<br />

called as ‘Amma’.<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

Timeline of “Amma”<br />

On February 24, 1948,<br />

Jayalalithaa is born in<br />

Melukote, in the then Mysore<br />

State, presently in the state<br />

of Karnataka, to Jayaram<br />

and Vedavalli.<br />

In 1950, Jayalalitha’s father<br />

Jayaram dies and Vedavalli<br />

goes to live with her parents<br />

in Bangalore.<br />

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In 1952, Jayalalithaa and<br />

her brother remained with<br />

her aunt in Bangalore as her<br />

mother, Vedavalli, moves to<br />

Madras to find a job.<br />

Jayalalithaa goes to the elite<br />

Bishop Cottons Girls School.<br />

In 1958 Jayalalithaa moves<br />

to Madras to live with her<br />

mother, after her aunt gets<br />

married.<br />

She got enrolled in the elite<br />

Sacred Heart Presentation<br />

Convent, popularly known<br />

as Church Park, where she<br />

excels in academics.<br />

She got trained in Carnatic<br />

music and Bharatanatyam<br />

and Kathak.<br />

In 1964, She makes her<br />

film debut in a lead role<br />

in ‘Chinnada Gombe’ a<br />

Kannada film to support her<br />

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debt-ridden family.<br />

In 1965, Jayalalithaa<br />

debuts in Tamil film in the<br />

landmark blockbuster hit,<br />

‘Venniraadai’.<br />

Same year, she stars in a<br />

film, ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’, with<br />

Tamil cinema’s biggest star<br />

MG Ramachandran (MGR).<br />

That was the beginning<br />

of what remains the most<br />

successful screen pairings<br />

in Tamil cinema, as well<br />

as one of the most critical<br />

relationships in her life.<br />

The period 1965 - 1980 was<br />

the peak of Jayalalithaa’s<br />

film career. She was among<br />

the highest-paid actresses in<br />

the country at the time and<br />

endorsed top brands.<br />

She had acted in over 140<br />

films, of which about 120<br />

were blockbuster hits.<br />

During 1970, Jayalalithaa


maiden political speech at the<br />

party conference.<br />

In the year 1983, she was<br />

appointed as the AIADMK’s<br />

propaganda secretary.<br />

During the year 1984, she<br />

was elected to the Rajya<br />

Sabha, as MGR wants her<br />

there for her fluency in English<br />

and knowledge of several<br />

languages. She was a member<br />

of the Rajya Sabha till 1989.<br />

She becomes a key campaigner<br />

for the AIADMK as the party<br />

wins a massive election victory<br />

despite MGR remaining<br />

hospitalized through the<br />

campaigning.<br />

In 1986, MGR sacks<br />

Jayalalithaa from all party<br />

posts after she forms a parallel<br />

political outfit.<br />

has a falling out with MGR,<br />

after he chooses to work with<br />

another leading lady.<br />

In the year 1971,<br />

Jayalalithaa’s mother<br />

Sandhya dies.<br />

In 1973, She stars in a movie<br />

with MGR for the last time, in<br />

‘Pattikaattu Ponnaiya’, a year<br />

after he split from the DMK<br />

to launch the AIADMK.<br />

In the year 1977,<br />

Jayalalithaa took a break<br />

from films.<br />

In 1980, again she stars in<br />

a Tamil movie, ‘Nadhiyai<br />

Thedi Vandha Kadal’, for<br />

the last time.<br />

Her last film in a leading<br />

role was the Telugu film<br />

‘Nayakudu Vinayakudu’.<br />

During 1981, she revives<br />

the relationship with MGR.<br />

In 1982, she joins MGR’s<br />

AIADMK and delivers her<br />

In the year 1987, MGR dies,<br />

leaving no clear political heir.<br />

AIADMK descends into chaos<br />

over his legacy.<br />

In the 1989 assembly election<br />

saw Jayalalithaa faction winning<br />

27 seats to the Janaki faction’s<br />

two.<br />

Jayalalithaa becomes Tamil<br />

Nadu’s first woman Leader of<br />

Opposition.<br />

During the budget session, she<br />

was assaulted in the Assembly<br />

Hall and a senior DMK leader<br />

attempts to disrobe her. She<br />

took the vow that she will not<br />

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In 1996, AIADMK was routed<br />

in the elections.<br />

in the TANSI and Pleasant<br />

Stay Hotel cases.<br />

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During the<br />

year 1984, she<br />

was elected<br />

to the Rajya<br />

Sabha, as MGR<br />

wants her<br />

there for her<br />

fluency in<br />

English and<br />

knowledge<br />

of several<br />

languages.<br />

She was a<br />

member of the<br />

Rajya Sabha<br />

till 1989.<br />

return except as Chief<br />

Minister.<br />

In the year 1991, she allied<br />

with the Congress, and<br />

storms to power as Chief<br />

Minister of Tamil Nadu for<br />

the first time.<br />

DMK government files a slew<br />

of corruption cases against<br />

her. She was arrested and<br />

remanded in prison in a<br />

corruption a case, in which<br />

she was acquitted in 2000.<br />

Subramanian Swamy, then<br />

the chief of Janata Party files<br />

disproportionate assets case<br />

against her in August.<br />

In 1998, AIADMK wins 18<br />

of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats<br />

as part of the NDA, and<br />

becomes part of Vajpayee<br />

government.<br />

During April 1999,<br />

Jayalalithaa pulls out of<br />

the NDA government, amid<br />

growing disagreements on<br />

several issues.<br />

In October 1999, AIADMK<br />

allied with the Congress and<br />

loses seats.<br />

In 2000, Jayalalithaa was<br />

convicted in Pleasant Stay<br />

Hotel case and the TANSI<br />

Land Acquisition case.<br />

In September 2001,<br />

Supreme Court strikes down<br />

Jayalalithaa’s appointment<br />

as Chief Minister. Her<br />

loyalist O Panneerselvam is<br />

appointed Chief Minister,<br />

About this time, she adds an<br />

‘a’ at the end of her name for<br />

numerological reasons.<br />

In December 2001, Court<br />

overturns her convictions<br />

both the TANSI and Pleasant<br />

Stay Hotel cases.<br />

In March 2002, Jayalalithaa<br />

resumes charge as Tamil<br />

Nadu Chief Minister.<br />

In November 2003, Supreme<br />

Court shifts Disproportionate<br />

Assets Case against<br />

Jayalalithaa to Karnataka, to<br />

ensure fair trial.<br />

In May 2004, AIADMK was<br />

wiped out in Lok Sabha<br />

elections.<br />

In May 2006, AIADMK wins<br />

61 seats and loses Assembly<br />

election.<br />

During 1991 - 1996, her<br />

unpopularity rises because<br />

of her perceived highhandedness,<br />

allegations<br />

of corruption among party<br />

cadre and the opulent<br />

display of wealth in the<br />

wedding of her foster son<br />

Sudhakaran.<br />

In May 2001, AIADMK<br />

alliance sweeps Assembly<br />

elections and won 196 of<br />

234 seats. J<br />

Jayalalithaa was sworn<br />

in as Chief Minister amid<br />

controversy over the pending<br />

results on her convictions<br />

In May 2009, Jayalalithaa<br />

became the part of Third<br />

Front.<br />

In May 2011, AIADMKled<br />

alliance sweeps the<br />

Assembly election, winning<br />

203 of the 234 seats.<br />

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In May 2014, AIADMK wins<br />

37 of Tamil Nadu’s 39 seats,<br />

becomes third largest party<br />

in Lok Sabha.<br />

In September 27, 2014,<br />

Bengaluru-based trial court<br />

sentences Jayalalithaa to<br />

four years imprisonment and<br />

Rs 100 crore in fines.<br />

In October 17, 2014, After<br />

about a month in jail, she<br />

was granted bail by the<br />

Supreme Court.<br />

In May 11, 2015,<br />

Jayalalithaa was acquitted<br />

of all charges in the<br />

Disproportionate Assets<br />

Case by the Karnataka High<br />

Court.<br />

In May 23, 2015, She takes<br />

oath and return as Tamil<br />

Nadu Chief Minister.<br />

In July 2015, Karnataka<br />

government goes to<br />

Supreme Court to appeal the<br />

acquittal by the Karnataka<br />

High Court.<br />

In May 2016, Jayalalithaa<br />

creates history by becoming<br />

the first Tamil Nadu Chief<br />

Minister in 32 years to be<br />

voted back to power.<br />

During September - October<br />

2016, Jayalalithaa was<br />

admitted to Chennai’s Apollo<br />

hospital with complaints of<br />

“fever and dehydration”.<br />

She was later put on<br />

respiratory support and was<br />

treated for lung congestion.<br />

In November 3, 2016, Apollo<br />

Hospitals says Jayalalithaa<br />

has completely recovered.<br />

In November 19, 2016,<br />

Jayalalithaa is shifted out of<br />

the ICU.<br />

In December 4, 2016, The<br />

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister<br />

suffers a cardiac arrest.<br />

December 5, 2016,<br />

Jayalalithaa passes away,<br />

aged 68.<br />

There comes an end of<br />

a legend who has been<br />

equated as mother of all by<br />

the people of Tamil Nadu.<br />

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STORY FOR KIDS<br />

34<br />

Killing of<br />

Asuras<br />

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One Day Rama and Krishna were grazing the<br />

calves on the bank of the Yamuna with other<br />

boys. There arrived a demon by name Vatsasura<br />

who came with the intention of killing Krishna. The<br />

demon assumed the form of the calf.<br />

He mingled with the other<br />

cows. But he could not<br />

escape the eyes of Krishna,<br />

who pointed him out to<br />

Balarama . Then Krishna<br />

approached that calf as if<br />

casually. He caught hold of<br />

his hind legs and whirled<br />

him round and round and<br />

hurled him towards a big<br />

tree. Struck against that big<br />

tree, the demon fell dead<br />

assuming his huge real form.<br />

The boys were astounded to<br />

see such a dead body. They<br />

praised Krishna for his timely<br />

and wonderful act.<br />

Another day, Krishna and<br />

Balarama started early in the<br />

morning with food packets in<br />

their kit to graze the calves<br />

as usual. When it was midday,<br />

they took the calves to a<br />

lake for drinking water.<br />

After the calves had drunk,<br />

the boys too quenched<br />

their thirst by drinking that<br />

sweet water. When they got<br />

up from the lake they were<br />

terrified to see a huge crane<br />

standing there with a terrible<br />

look.<br />

They thought it might kill<br />

them all. It had a long sharp<br />

beak. As soon as it saw<br />

Krishna, it rushed towards<br />

him and swallowed him in a<br />

trice. When Balarama and<br />

other boys saw that Krishna<br />

had been devoured by the<br />

gigantic crane, they became<br />

almost unconscious.<br />

Krishna turned himself into<br />

a ball of fire and started to<br />

burn the throat of the crane.<br />

Unable to bear the burning<br />

sensation the crane vomitted<br />

Krishna, who came out with<br />

a smiling face as if nothing<br />

had happened. The crane<br />

now ran after Krishna to<br />

attack and kill him with its<br />

beak. As the boys were<br />

watching with palpitating<br />

hearts, Krishna killed the<br />

attacking monster by tearing<br />

apart its beak. The boys<br />

were overwhelmed with<br />

wonder.<br />

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HEALTHY LIVING<br />

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Happiness and Prosperity<br />

comes from<br />

Healthy Living<br />

Everybody aims at being happy and<br />

prosperous. But unfortunately most of them<br />

do not know how to become happy and<br />

prosperous. Some think it comes from money,<br />

some thinks relationship bring it, yet others<br />

think it is not possible.<br />

And that we can find lot<br />

of people having a happy<br />

and prosperous life in our<br />

neighbourhood. We feel<br />

jealous to them.<br />

So, which is the way to<br />

happiness and prosperity. I<br />

would like to tell that a sound<br />

healthy coupled with perfect<br />

family relationship can give<br />

happiness and prosperity.<br />

When the relationship is<br />

perfect and health does not<br />

take a troll, peace comes to<br />

life and leads to happiness<br />

and prosperity.<br />

Healthy food and good habits<br />

have an important role in<br />

making the life more happy<br />

and prosperous. While bad<br />

habits create problems, good<br />

habits helps in maintaining<br />

the body in perfect condition.<br />

People who are empowered<br />

with idealism are the most<br />

common people who can a<br />

healthy lifestyle. If you are<br />

living a healthy lifestyle then<br />

this will benefits you.<br />

These things can be referred<br />

to as the ‘power of healthy<br />

living’. If you are not so sure<br />

about what kind of lifestyle is<br />

good for healthy living , you<br />

should start with the things<br />

that people living a healthy<br />

lifestyle refrain themselves.<br />

For instance, a healthy<br />

lifestyle does not include<br />

harmful habits of smoking<br />

and too much drinking of<br />

alcoholic beverages and also<br />

does not include eating fatty<br />

high cholesterol foods. Junk<br />

foods are always harmful to<br />

the body.<br />

Healthy food, coupled with<br />

good habits and exercise<br />

can help in maintaining the<br />

body without any problems.<br />

This will ensure the proper<br />

functioning of the body.<br />

When the body functions<br />

properly, diseases and<br />

illness will not be able to<br />

damage the body. Ultimately<br />

this will result in healthy<br />

life which will be filled with<br />

happiness and prosperity.<br />

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INDIAN FOOD<br />

38<br />

Cheera<br />

Thoran<br />

Preparation Time : 10 Mins<br />

Cook Time : 5 Mins<br />

Cheera / Spinach is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and<br />

antioxitants. It is available in different colours. Including greens in<br />

your diet is a must for a healthy living, especially in your kids diet. This<br />

side dish is very vegan and healthy made with coconut and coconut<br />

oil. This is a simple preparation with easy ingredients.<br />

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How to prepare<br />

Wash the spinach thoroughly, and keep<br />

it in a colander for a few minutes.<br />

Chop them up finely and keep aside.<br />

Add the scraped coconut in the dry<br />

grinder/chutney grinder along with the<br />

shallots, turmeric, green chilly, and<br />

garlic cloves.<br />

Grind them coarsely without adding any<br />

water,just pulse them twice and keep<br />

them aside.<br />

Ingredients<br />

Pacha Cheera (Spinach): 1 large bunch.<br />

Shallots (cheriya ulli): 3 or 4.<br />

Green Chilly: 1 large or 2 medium.<br />

Garlic: 2 cloves.<br />

Turmeric powder: 1/4 tsp.<br />

Freshly scraped coconut: 1/2 to 3/4<br />

cup.<br />

Mustard seeds: 1/4 tsp.<br />

Matta rice: 1/2 tsp.<br />

Shallots (cheriya ulli): 2 or 3, sliced.<br />

Coconut oil: 1 tbsp.<br />

Salt to taste<br />

Heat a kadai or pan or “cheena chatti”.<br />

Add in coconut oil, mustard seeds, once<br />

it starts to crack add in the matta rice.<br />

Simmer the fire and add in the chopped<br />

shallots (cheriya ulli)<br />

Once the shallots (cheriya ulli) has<br />

lightly browned, add in the chopped<br />

spinach.<br />

On high flame cook for 1 min.<br />

Spinach will start to release water and<br />

wilt quickly if it is fresh and once the<br />

water is evaporated, add in salt and stir<br />

well.<br />

Now simmer the fire and add in the<br />

coconut mix, cover with a lid for a<br />

minute.<br />

Open lid and stir everything together.<br />

Stir for another min or two.<br />

Serve hot with rice or roti.<br />

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NRI PROFILE<br />

40<br />

Chet Kanojia<br />

The Entrepreneur<br />

Behind Aereo<br />

I<br />

Aereo, offers consumers a small antenna with which they can<br />

stream and record broadcast TV, Chet Kanojia initiated this<br />

battle with large broadcasting corporations over the fate of<br />

broadcast television.<br />

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In a statement,<br />

Kanojia<br />

disputed the<br />

ruling and<br />

promised<br />

customers that<br />

the company<br />

would<br />

continue,<br />

the fight for<br />

subscribers and<br />

create new<br />

technologies<br />

to make<br />

a positive<br />

contribution<br />

to the world.<br />

Indian origin Chet Kanojia<br />

grew up in Bhopal, but<br />

moved to the United States<br />

in 1991 to study engineering.<br />

He began working in the<br />

United States in 1995, and<br />

by 1999, he had formed his<br />

own company called Navic<br />

Networks. That company<br />

developed and harnessed<br />

technology to collect data on<br />

what cable to TV subscribers<br />

were watching in order to<br />

target advertisements at<br />

specific demographics. The<br />

company was monitoring<br />

about 35 million subscribing<br />

households when it was sold<br />

to Microsoft in 2008 for about<br />

$250 million.<br />

Kanojia did not want to stay<br />

idle for long after selling Navic<br />

Networks and in 2012 he<br />

launched Aereo, which almost<br />

immediately raised uproar<br />

with broadcast television<br />

corporations. Aereo provides<br />

subscribers with a small<br />

antenna that allows them to<br />

stream and record programs<br />

aired on broadcast television<br />

for $8 per month.<br />

In capturing and offering TV<br />

programs to its customers,<br />

Aereo dodged paying<br />

rebroadcasting fees which<br />

almost immediately drew<br />

lawsuits from broadcasters<br />

in its first markets, including<br />

New York.<br />

Aereo won most of its legal<br />

battles against companies<br />

such as FOX, ABC, NBC and<br />

CBS, but was on the losing<br />

side of a court decision in<br />

Utah, which helped to spur<br />

the case on to the U.S.<br />

Supreme Court in 2014.<br />

In the weeks before the<br />

court’s decision in June,<br />

broadcasters threatened that<br />

if the court sided with Aereo,<br />

they would consider halting<br />

broadcast content completely<br />

and move entirely to cable<br />

airing their programs through<br />

cable.<br />

On June 25, 2014, the<br />

Supreme Court ruled in a<br />

6-3 decision that Aereo’s<br />

service violated copyright law,<br />

prompting Aereo to pause<br />

its services several days<br />

later and issue refunds to<br />

subscribers.<br />

In a statement, Kanojia<br />

disputed the ruling and<br />

promised customers that the<br />

company would continue,<br />

the fight for subscribers and<br />

create new technologies to<br />

make a positive contribution<br />

to the world.<br />

Chet Kanojia’s Quotes<br />

“I am an engineer and<br />

because of that, I see the<br />

world through a different<br />

lens than most people. To<br />

me, engineering is the art of<br />

the possible. You imagine<br />

something and then you try to<br />

create it. Hopefully, along the<br />

way, you create something<br />

that has a meaningful and<br />

positive impact on people’s<br />

lives.” —Chet Kanojia<br />

“Consumer access to freeto-air<br />

broadcast television<br />

is an essential part of our<br />

country’s fabric. Using an<br />

antenna to access free-toair<br />

broadcast television is<br />

still meaningful for more<br />

than 60 million Americans<br />

across the United States.<br />

And when new technology<br />

enables consumers to use<br />

a smarter, easier to use<br />

antenna, consumers and the<br />

marketplace win. Free-to-air<br />

broadcast television should<br />

not be available only to those<br />

who can afford to pay for the<br />

cable or satellite bundle. ”<br />

—Chet Kanojia<br />

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NRI IMMIGRATION<br />

What is in store on<br />

immigration<br />

42<br />

fromTrump Sarkar<br />

The high stakes battle over immigration policy has<br />

politicians and thinkers on all sides of the spectrum<br />

preparing for battles. The President-elect has made<br />

immigration a focal point throughout his campaign,<br />

from his first announcement that he was running in<br />

the 2016 race.<br />

From pledging to build a wall<br />

along the Mexican border to<br />

saying that he would massdeport<br />

millions of immigrants<br />

living in the US illegally and<br />

saying he would block foreign<br />

Muslims from entering the<br />

country (a position he later<br />

moderated), Trump has<br />

repeatedly pledged a hardline<br />

stance on immigration.<br />

More than 700,000<br />

undocumented immigrants<br />

who came to the US as<br />

children are protected<br />

currently by a deferred action<br />

program established by<br />

President Barack Obama<br />

and another 4 million to<br />

5 million were eligible for<br />

protection under a similar<br />

program for parents of US<br />

citizens and lawful residents<br />

that was blocked by federal<br />

courts. Many of the families’<br />

information could be in<br />

federal systems, allowing<br />

for targeted removal under a<br />

Trump administration.<br />

“We’re going to work<br />

something out that’s going<br />

to make people happy and<br />

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proud,” Trump said, about<br />

young people brought to<br />

the US as children who<br />

meet certain education<br />

and work requirements.<br />

“They got brought here at<br />

a very young age, they’ve<br />

worked here, they’ve gone<br />

to school here. Some were<br />

good students. Some have<br />

wonderful jobs. And they’re<br />

in never-never land because<br />

they don’t know what’s<br />

going to happen.”<br />

He has pledged to roll<br />

back Obama’s immigration<br />

executive actions, which<br />

would include deferred<br />

action. He also has pledged<br />

to step up enforcement<br />

of deportation orders and<br />

immigration laws, which<br />

he could immediately<br />

direct federal enforcement<br />

agencies to do.<br />

Trump also would have<br />

authority to instruct<br />

agencies to up their<br />

screening for visa<br />

applicants, including<br />

refugees, said Stephen<br />

Yale-Loehr, an immigration<br />

attorney and Cornell Law<br />

professor.<br />

He could immediately kick<br />

off the rule making process<br />

to roll back Obama-era<br />

regulations, like one making<br />

it easier for students to<br />

extend their authorization<br />

to study in the US if they go<br />

into a science, technology or<br />

math field.<br />

“Given his nominees for both<br />

the Justice Department and<br />

DHS, I think they’re going<br />

to full bore ahead with day<br />

one telling the border patrol:<br />

‘Start enforcing the law,’”<br />

said Hans von Spakovsky a<br />

legal and immigration expert<br />

at the conservative Heritage<br />

Foundation.<br />

“All of that can be done on<br />

day one and that’s going to<br />

immediately start not only<br />

reducing the population that’s<br />

in the country, but it will have<br />

an immediate effect on the<br />

flow into the country because<br />

the message will go out.”<br />

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WORLD NEWS<br />

44<br />

Russian<br />

Ambassador<br />

shot dead in Turkey<br />

The assassination of the Russian Ambassador to Ankara,<br />

Andrey Karlov, was a well-planned and premeditated<br />

murder, Turkey’s interior minister said. He said it did<br />

not happen at the initiative of the killer or out of any<br />

personal vengeance.<br />

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Karlov was shot dead as he<br />

was delivering a speech at<br />

the opening of an exhibition<br />

called ‘Russia in the Eyes<br />

of Turks’ at an art gallery in<br />

Ankara. The gunman, was<br />

killed at the scene and was<br />

identified as 22-year-old<br />

Mevlut Altintas, a member of<br />

Ankara’s riot police force.<br />

Earlier, the Turkish leadership<br />

accused the Fethullah<br />

Terrorist Organization (FETO)<br />

of being behind Karlov’s<br />

assassination in an apparent<br />

bid to sever Russia-Turkey<br />

ties. However, it is too early<br />

to jump in to any conclusions<br />

yet, as Russia’s goal is to<br />

“find the truth, not use the<br />

incident for some political<br />

gain,” the head of Russia’s<br />

Upper House International<br />

Relations Committee,<br />

Konstantin Kosachev, said.<br />

Smartly-dressed in a dark suit<br />

and tie, Mevlut Mert Altintas<br />

blended in with all the other<br />

guests at the modern art<br />

center in the Turkish capital,<br />

an upscale neighborhood of<br />

luxury hotels and embassies.<br />

Mevlut Mert Altintas, a police<br />

officer who killed Russia’s<br />

ambassador to Turkey, could<br />

handle a firearm with ease.<br />

His first of multiple shots was<br />

a direct hit, piercing the back<br />

of Andrey Karlov as he spoke<br />

about the exhibit.<br />

“He knew it was going to be<br />

filmed and have consequence<br />

well beyond this room,” said<br />

Juliette Kayyem, a CNN<br />

national security analyst and<br />

Harvard lecturer. After firing<br />

multiple rounds, the gunman<br />

shouted: “Allahu akbar (God<br />

is greatest). Do not forget<br />

Aleppo! Do not forget Syria!<br />

Do not forget Aleppo! Do not<br />

forget Syria!”<br />

“Only death will remove me<br />

from here. Everyone who has<br />

taken part in this oppression<br />

will one by one pay for it,” he<br />

said.<br />

“I describe this attack on<br />

Russia’s embassy as an<br />

attack to Turkey, Turkey’s<br />

state and nation,” said<br />

Turkey’s President Recep<br />

Tayyip Erdogan. “After<br />

the [attack on the Russian<br />

ambassador], during the talk<br />

with Mr. Putin, we agreed this<br />

is a provocation and there<br />

isn’t any dispute,” he added.<br />

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DESI NEWS<br />

46<br />

Jet Airways flight<br />

skidded off runway<br />

at Goa<br />

A Jet Airways flight 9W 2374, which was scheduled<br />

to travel from Goa to Mumbai, skidded from the<br />

runway at Dabolim airport in Goa while aligning for<br />

takeoff. The plane was carrying a total of 161 people<br />

including seven crew members.<br />

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“All guests and crew have<br />

been safely evacuated.<br />

Few guests have sustained<br />

injuries during the<br />

evacuation process,” the<br />

airline said. Around 15<br />

passengers have been<br />

injured in the incident and<br />

were taken to the hospital.<br />

The flight had arrived from<br />

Dubai and the incident<br />

took place at around 5 am.<br />

Though all the passengers<br />

were evacuated, it triggered<br />

panic among them when the<br />

plane skid and during the<br />

evacuation process.<br />

“Media makes it<br />

look like it’s nothing<br />

but it was terrible;<br />

engine exploded,<br />

could’ve died; going<br />

to complain,” a furious<br />

passenger said.<br />

“After incident took<br />

place,there was no one<br />

till 20-25 minutes. After<br />

that we saw some cars,<br />

they too took around<br />

10 minutes,” another<br />

passenger said.<br />

Abhishek, another<br />

passenger on the flight,<br />

said, “Situation was critical;<br />

nobody is helping, authority<br />

is not giving answers; Don’t<br />

know what to do.”<br />

Another passenger said,<br />

“Lights started blinking and<br />

suddenly they saw fire and<br />

everybody getting up to run<br />

for life.” Luckily it happened<br />

on the ground, she said.<br />

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IN BUSINESS<br />

48<br />

Viral Acharya<br />

Becomes<br />

Deputy chief of RBI<br />

42-year-old IITian, Viral Acharya, becomes the new deputy chief<br />

of Reserve Bank of India. He is passionate about Kishore Kumar<br />

songs, has an album to his credit, and has now set a new record<br />

at the Reserve Bank of India. He comes with an unusual bag of<br />

talents and a formidable academic profile.<br />

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The youngest deputy<br />

governor to be appointed<br />

post-liberalization, Acharya<br />

is the C V Starr professor<br />

of economics at New York<br />

University’s Stern School of<br />

Business and earlier taught<br />

at London Business School.<br />

Acharya fills in the vacancy<br />

created by the elevation<br />

of Urjit Patel as RBI<br />

governor. Out of the four<br />

deputy governors, two<br />

are internal appointees,<br />

NS Vishwanathan and R<br />

Gandhi. The one in charge<br />

of banking operations, SS<br />

Mundra, is a former bank<br />

chief. The fourth, who gets<br />

the portfolio of monetary<br />

policy and research, is<br />

always an economist.<br />

Known for his work in<br />

financial stability - an area<br />

of regulation which came<br />

into focus during the global<br />

financial crisis --- the new<br />

RBI deputy governor is<br />

remembered for his views<br />

on public sector banks,<br />

which were published in a<br />

2015 report that he jointly<br />

authored. Describing their<br />

condition as precarious,<br />

his report recommended<br />

recapitalization, improved<br />

governance and privatization<br />

of some of the banks in the<br />

long run.<br />

An Indian-born, postliberalization<br />

professional,<br />

Acharya went to college in<br />

the year in which Manmohan<br />

Singh delivered his epochal<br />

budget speech of 1991.<br />

He stood fifth in the joint<br />

entrance exam of the Indian<br />

Institute of Technology,<br />

Mumbai and went on to<br />

graduate in computer<br />

science. After graduation he<br />

moved to the US where he<br />

pursued a Ph.D in computer<br />

science for a year before<br />

deciding to shift gears to<br />

finance. He obtained his<br />

doctorate in finance.<br />

In a post online, Acharya<br />

describes music as his<br />

passion. “I have a slight<br />

preference for Indian and<br />

Western classical music and<br />

a strong preference for light<br />

Indian film music, especially<br />

the songs composed<br />

by S.D.Burman and<br />

R.D.Burman and rendered<br />

by Kishore Kumar.”<br />

Acharya has been appointed<br />

for a three-year term from<br />

the date of his taking charge.<br />

Acharya will join on <strong>January</strong><br />

20, <strong>2017</strong>.<br />

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INFOCUS<br />

50<br />

After<br />

Demonetisation<br />

Now<br />

Remonetisation<br />

With more more currency now<br />

circulation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley<br />

had said that the ability of banks to<br />

lend money has substantially increased.<br />

‘Critical part’ behind us, not a single<br />

incident of unrest reported.<br />

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“Remonetisation has<br />

substantially advanced<br />

and not a single incident of<br />

unrest has been reported,”<br />

Jaitley had said. The union<br />

finance minister revealed that<br />

the Reserve Bank of India<br />

has a substantial amount<br />

of currency available for<br />

disbursement. He added<br />

that a large part of currency<br />

has been replaced and<br />

more new Rs 500 notes are<br />

being released everyday.<br />

With more currency now in<br />

circulation, Jaitley said that<br />

the ability of banks to lend<br />

money has substantially<br />

increased.<br />

said. He also announced that<br />

there has been a rise in tax<br />

collection.<br />

“Till December 19, direct tax<br />

mop-up has risen 14.4%,<br />

indirect tax grows 26.2%;<br />

central excise up 43.3% and<br />

Customs rose 6%,” Jaitley<br />

said.<br />

On the<br />

impact of<br />

demonetisation<br />

on the GDP,<br />

Jaitley said<br />

that critics<br />

have been<br />

proved<br />

wrong.”Critics<br />

proved wrong.<br />

A large part of the<br />

demonetised currency has<br />

been replaced and more new<br />

notes of Rs 500 are being<br />

released for circulation,” he<br />

added.<br />

On the impact of<br />

demonetisation on the GDP,<br />

Jaitley said that critics have<br />

been proved wrong.”Critics<br />

proved wrong. There could<br />

have been adverse impact<br />

of demonetisation on GDP<br />

for a quarter or so, but it is<br />

not as bad as predicted,” he<br />

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FREEDOM FIGHTER<br />

Swami Shraddhanand<br />

Alias<br />

Mahatma Munshi Ram Vij<br />

52<br />

Swami Shraddhanand was born on 22 February 1856 in the<br />

village of Talwan in the Jalandhar District of the Punjab<br />

Province of India. He was the youngest child in the family<br />

of Lala Nanak Chand, who was a Police Inspector in the<br />

United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh), then administered<br />

by the East India Company.<br />

His given name was Brihaspati<br />

Vij, but later he was called Munshi<br />

Ram Vij by his father, a name that<br />

stayed with him till he took sanyas<br />

in 1917, variously as Lala Munshi<br />

Ram Vij and Mahatma Munshi<br />

Ram.<br />

He adopted to atheism after a<br />

few incidents, such as when he<br />

was prevented from entering the<br />

temple while a noble woman was<br />

praying. He also witnessed to a<br />

“compromising” situation involving<br />

a church’s father with a nun and<br />

the suspicious death of a little girl<br />

at the home of a Muslim lawyer.<br />

All of these events made him to<br />

embrace atheism. After passing<br />

the mukhtari exams, he began his<br />

studies to become a lawyer.<br />

He first met Dayanand Saraswati<br />

when Dayanand had visited<br />

Bareilly to give lectures.<br />

Munshiram attended the lectures<br />

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FREEDOM FIGHTER<br />

54<br />

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"<br />

Swami Shradhanand was the only Hindu<br />

Sanyasi who had addressed a huge gathering<br />

from the minarates of the main Jama Masjid<br />

New Delhi, for the national solidarity and vedic<br />

dharma starting his speech with the recitation<br />

of ved mantras.<br />

at his father’s request. He<br />

originally went with the intent<br />

of spoiling the arrangements,<br />

but strongly got influenced by<br />

Dayanand’s courage, skill,<br />

and strong personality.<br />

In 1917, Shraddhanand left<br />

Gurukul to become an active<br />

member of the Hindu reform<br />

movements and the Indian<br />

Independence movement. In<br />

the early 1920s he emerged<br />

as an important force in the<br />

Hindu Sangathan movement,<br />

which was a by product of the<br />

now revitalised Hindu Maha<br />

Sabha.<br />

Shraddhanad and his wife<br />

Shiwa Devi had two sons<br />

and two daughters. His wife<br />

died when Shraddhanad<br />

was only 35 years old. His<br />

granddaughter Satyavati was<br />

a prominent opponent of the<br />

British rule in India<br />

Swami Shradhanand was<br />

the only Hindu Sanyasi<br />

who had addressed a huge<br />

gathering from the minarates<br />

of the main Jama Masjid<br />

"<br />

New Delhi, for the national<br />

solidarity and vedic dharma<br />

starting his speech with the<br />

recitation of ved mantras.<br />

By 1923, he left the social<br />

arena and plunged wholeheartedly<br />

into his earlier work<br />

of the shuddhi movement<br />

(re-conversion to Hinduism),<br />

which he turned into an<br />

important force within<br />

Hinduism. In late 1923, he<br />

became the president of<br />

Bhartiya Hindu Shuddhi<br />

Sabha, created with an aim<br />

of reconverting Muslims,<br />

specifically ‘Malkana Rajputs’<br />

in the western United<br />

Province. This brought him<br />

into direct confrontation with<br />

Muslim clerics and leaders of<br />

the time.<br />

On 23 December 1926<br />

he was assassinated by a<br />

Muslim fanatic named Abdul<br />

Rashid, who entered his<br />

home at Naya Bazar, Delhi,<br />

by posing as a visitor.<br />

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INDIAN YOGA<br />

56<br />

Merudandasana<br />

Merudandasana is an asana that requires<br />

balance and flexibility. The name comes from<br />

the Sanskrit, merudanda, meaning “spine,” and<br />

asana, meaning “pose.”<br />

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How to do<br />

Sit with your legs outstretched on both the<br />

sides.<br />

Slowly lean backward and balance your body.<br />

Inhale and raise your legs upward, keeping the<br />

spine straight.<br />

Raise both your arms and hold the fingers of<br />

both your legs.<br />

While you do this, try and stretch the legs as<br />

wide as possible.<br />

Hold this position for 15-20 minutes while you<br />

breathe slowly.<br />

Release and slowly get your arms and legs<br />

down.<br />

Don’t do<br />

Avoid doing this asana if you have undergone a<br />

surgery.<br />

Do not perform if you are suffering from heart<br />

disease or high blood pressure.<br />

Merudandasana opens up your hips<br />

and stretches the back of your legs.<br />

It helps to tone and strengthen your<br />

abdominal organs, especially the liver.<br />

It helps to strengthen the sympathetic<br />

and parasympathetic nervous<br />

systems. The asana alleviates any<br />

pain and stiffness in your upper<br />

and middle back and makes it more<br />

flexible. This posture promotes<br />

the functionality of your glands. It<br />

helps to improve your balance and<br />

concentration.<br />

Benefits<br />

Improves balance, focus and concentration<br />

Opens the hips and back of the legs<br />

Stimulates the abdominal organs, improving<br />

digestion<br />

Strengthens the core muscles and back<br />

Improves overall flexibility<br />

Stretches the spine<br />

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LIFE STYLE<br />

58<br />

Happy families<br />

will have<br />

healthy life style<br />

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Healthy lifestyle always leads to happiness and<br />

prosperity. When families have a healthy life style, it will<br />

give the society, citizens with positive mentality that helps<br />

the society to prosper. This will help in having kind and<br />

compassion towards the fellow citizens.<br />

A healthy lifestyle is quite<br />

simple to achieve - one does<br />

not need to do anything<br />

“crazy” to adopt a healthy<br />

lifestyle. A certain amount<br />

of independent thinking is<br />

required to separate the truth<br />

from fiction in most modern<br />

health advice.<br />

The most important thing<br />

you can do for a healthy<br />

lifestyle is, eat well. Avoid<br />

toxins in your food as much<br />

as possible and consume<br />

plenty of fresh fruit, veggies<br />

and whole grains, exercise<br />

moderately a few times<br />

every week, avoid smoking,<br />

including passage smoke<br />

and avoid gaining too<br />

much weight. It may not be<br />

always possible to eat all<br />

Organic food, but avoiding<br />

environmental toxins as<br />

much as you can is an<br />

important aspect in achieving<br />

a healthy lifestyle.<br />

Modern lifestyle is very<br />

convenient, but it can also<br />

be extremely unhealthy.<br />

Most of us eat too many<br />

processed foods and too<br />

few fruit and veggies, we<br />

rarely exercise and when we<br />

develop chronic conditions<br />

such as diabetes, we rely on<br />

conventional medications<br />

to make us feel better, but<br />

these medications often<br />

have devastating side<br />

effects.<br />

Not all aspects of living<br />

a healthy lifestyle are in<br />

our control. We are going<br />

to be exposed to certain<br />

environmental toxins,<br />

whether we like it or not. But<br />

many of these factors are<br />

absolutely in our control and<br />

we should be responsible<br />

and make the right choices.<br />

Eating well is the perfect way<br />

to get in tune with your body<br />

and really get back to basics<br />

of what your body needs. It<br />

challenges you to give up<br />

the vices that you take for<br />

granted, break your addictive<br />

eating habits and start again<br />

from the beginning. Eating<br />

well is a healthy lifestyle<br />

choice, that gives you clarity<br />

on what your body really<br />

needs, not craves and<br />

becomes the foundation for<br />

all other healthy lifestyle<br />

choices.<br />

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RELATIONSHIP<br />

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Healthy relationship<br />

contributes to the<br />

family values<br />

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Relationships are the most important aspect<br />

in everybody’s life. Healthy relationships are<br />

based upon each person ability in having a<br />

relationship with him-or-herself. Relationship<br />

with the self is the most important building<br />

block of a relationship.<br />

If one does not have a<br />

relationship with the self, it<br />

is truly impossible to have<br />

a healthy relationship with<br />

anybody. It is not possible<br />

to be honest with the “other”<br />

if one is not in contact with<br />

oneself. Relationship with the<br />

self is a source of pleasure and<br />

expansion and needs time and<br />

nurturing in order to grow.<br />

Many people prefer to have<br />

healthy, happy relationship<br />

with the people in their lives,<br />

whether they are parentchild<br />

relationships, marriage<br />

or love relationships, family<br />

relationships, friendships,<br />

or even relationships with<br />

work colleagues. Building a<br />

healthy relationship is a normal<br />

and natural desire. Healthy<br />

relationships are a vital aspect<br />

of mental health and general<br />

health and wellness.<br />

Discuss the conflict and<br />

differences, without blame<br />

Remember relationship is<br />

important to each person<br />

involved<br />

Communicate openly and<br />

honestly<br />

Ensure that abuse is absent<br />

and this includes physical,<br />

verbal or emotional abuse<br />

Maintain healthy boundaries,<br />

say “no” to requests without<br />

feelings of guilt<br />

Some of the qualities of healthy<br />

relationships:<br />

Each person should take<br />

responsibility for their own<br />

needs<br />

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LOVE & ROMANCE<br />

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Romance is an<br />

unavoidable feeling<br />

in a Relationship<br />

Romance is not just a feeling of having sex. It<br />

the way of bonding each other. It is very much<br />

required in a relationship. Romance is just like<br />

fuel in fire. Romance helps to understand each<br />

other and decide to go ahead. Romance is an<br />

unlimited passion for your partner. This passion<br />

is inevitably vital for nurturing happiness and<br />

joy in the relationship.<br />

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LOVE & ROMANCE<br />

Romance keeps the life<br />

beautiful and evergreen. It<br />

brings the most valuable<br />

moments in to the life. Being<br />

in romance makes one<br />

addicted to the melody of the<br />

beauty of life. Romance is<br />

one of the most pleasurable<br />

and joyful feelings anybody<br />

can experience in their life.<br />

The healthier romantic lives<br />

of he or she will be satisfied<br />

in their relationship. This will<br />

sprout out the bliss in to their<br />

life keeping their family joyful.<br />

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There are instances when<br />

the romance in the life gets<br />

faded out. This causes all the<br />

happiness and pleasurable<br />

moments to dwindle away.<br />

One of the most common<br />

causes for this is “the stress”<br />

that we encounter in our daily<br />

life.<br />

Romance is something that<br />

all people need to embrace.<br />

This is mainly because when<br />

you have it, you will not just<br />

live longer but will have more<br />

value in your life. Romance<br />

is never easy to get, but we<br />

all have the capacity to look<br />

for romance and maintain it in<br />

our lives.<br />

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INDIAN TRAVELOGUE<br />

Haridwar<br />

Deva Bhoomi or<br />

Gateway to Gods<br />

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Haridwar is a district in the state of Uttarakhand,<br />

India. Haridwar is situated at height of 314<br />

metres from the sea level, between Shivalik Hills<br />

in the North and Northeast and the Ganges<br />

River in the South. Haridwar is well connected<br />

by road and rail.<br />

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A paradise for<br />

nature-lovers,<br />

Haridwar<br />

presents<br />

kaleidoscope of<br />

Indian culture<br />

and civilization.<br />

Haridwar also<br />

termed as<br />

‘Gateway to<br />

Gods’ is known<br />

as Mayapuri,<br />

Kapila and<br />

Gangadwar as<br />

well.<br />

auspicious and when Jupiter<br />

(Brahaspati) comes to the sign<br />

Aquarius (Kumbh) once in<br />

every twelve years the Maha<br />

Kumbh fair is celebrated at<br />

Haridwar.<br />

Haridwar is one of the first<br />

towns where Ganga emerges<br />

from the mountains to touch<br />

the planes. Lush green forests<br />

and small ponds add to the<br />

scenic beauty of this holy land.<br />

In the evening the ghats look<br />

breathtakingly beautiful as<br />

thousands of diyas (lamps)<br />

and marigold flowers float and<br />

illuminate the holy waters.<br />

Being one of the oldest<br />

living cities, Haridwar finds<br />

its mention in the ancient<br />

Hindu scriptures as it<br />

weaves through the life and<br />

time stretching from the<br />

period of the Buddha, to the<br />

more recent British advent.<br />

Haridwar has a rich and<br />

ancient religious and cultural<br />

heritage. It still has many old<br />

havelis and mansions bearing<br />

exquisite murals and intricate<br />

stonework.<br />

The followers of Lord Shiva<br />

(Har) and followers of Lord<br />

Vishnu (Hari) pronounce<br />

this place as Hardwar and<br />

Haridwar respectively. It is<br />

also a point of entry to Char<br />

Dham (Four main centers of<br />

pilgrimage in Uttarakhand)<br />

Viz. Badrinath, Kedarnath,<br />

Gangotri and Yamunotri.<br />

Haridwar is also one of the<br />

four places; where Kumbh<br />

Mela occurs after rotation<br />

of every twelve Years and<br />

Ardh Kumbh after every six<br />

years. It is said that drops<br />

of Amrit (Elixir) fell in to the<br />

Brahmkund of Har-Ki-Parri,<br />

therefore considered that a<br />

dip in the Brahmakund on<br />

this particular day is very<br />

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History<br />

Ain-e-Akbari, written by Abul<br />

Fazal in the 16th century<br />

during the reign of Mughal<br />

Emperor Akbar, refers to it<br />

as Maya (Mayapur), known<br />

as Hardwar on the banks of<br />

Ganges, as seven sacred<br />

cities of Hindus. It is said<br />

that during his travels and<br />

also while at home, Mughal<br />

Emperor, Akbar drank water<br />

from the Ganges River,<br />

which he called ‘the water of<br />

immortality’. Special people<br />

were stationed at Haridwar to<br />

dispatch water, in sealed jars,<br />

to wherever he was stationed.<br />

During the Mughal period,<br />

there was a mint for Akbar’s<br />

copper coinage at Haridwar.<br />

It is said that Raja Man Singh<br />

of Amber, laid that foundation<br />

of the present day city of<br />

Haridwar and also renovated<br />

the ghats at Har-ki-parri. After<br />

his death, his ashes are also<br />

said to have been immersed<br />

at Brahma Kund by Mughal<br />

emperor Akbar himself.<br />

Thomas Coryat, an English<br />

traveler, who visited the city in<br />

the reign of Emperor Jahangir<br />

(1596–1627), mentions it as<br />

‘Haridwara’, the capital of<br />

Shiva.<br />

Something that is not well<br />

known today, that in an<br />

ancient custom detailed<br />

family genealogies of Hindu<br />

families for the past several<br />

generations are kept by<br />

professional Hindu Brahmin<br />

Pundits, popularly known as<br />

Pandas, at the Hindu holy city<br />

of Haridwar in hand written<br />

registers passed down to<br />

them over generations by<br />

their Pundit ancestors which<br />

are classified according to<br />

original districts and villages of<br />

ones ancestors, with special<br />

designated Pundit families<br />

being in charge of designated<br />

district registers, even for<br />

cases where ancestral<br />

districts and villages that have<br />

been left behind in Pakistan<br />

after Partition of India with<br />

Hindus having to migrate<br />

to India. In several cases<br />

present day decedents are<br />

now Sikhs and many maybe<br />

Muslims or even Christians.<br />

It is not uncommon for one<br />

to find details of up to, or<br />

even more than, ones seven<br />

past generations in these<br />

genealogy registers kept by<br />

the Pandas of Haridwar.<br />

For centuries when Hindu<br />

ancestors visited the holy<br />

town of Haridwar for any<br />

purpose which may have<br />

mostly been for pilgrimage<br />

or cremation of their dead<br />

or for immersion of ashes<br />

and bones of their kin after<br />

cremation into the waters<br />

of the holy river Ganges as<br />

required by Hindu religious<br />

custom, it has been an<br />

ancient custom to go to the<br />

Pundit who is in charge<br />

of ones family register<br />

and update the family’s<br />

genealogical family tree<br />

with details of all marriages,<br />

births and deaths from ones<br />

extended joint family.<br />

Haridwar came under the rule<br />

of the Maurya Empire (322–<br />

185 BCE), and later under<br />

the Kushan Empire (1st–3rd<br />

centuries). First modern era<br />

written evidence of Haridwar<br />

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is found in the accounts of<br />

a Chinese traveler, Huan<br />

Tsang, who visited India in<br />

629 AD during the reign of<br />

King Harshavardhan (590–<br />

647). He records Haridwar<br />

as ‘Mo-yu-lo’, the remains of<br />

which still exist at Mayapur,<br />

a little to the south of the<br />

modern town. Among the<br />

ruins are a fort and three<br />

temples, decorated with<br />

broken stone sculptures, he<br />

also mentions the presence<br />

of a temple, north of Moyu-lo<br />

called ‘Gangadwara’,<br />

Gateway of the Ganges.<br />

The city was also invaded by<br />

Timur Lang (1336–1405), a<br />

Turkish invader on <strong>January</strong><br />

13, 1399.<br />

During his visit to Haridwar,<br />

first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak<br />

(1469–1539) bathed at<br />

‘Kushwan Ghat’, wherein the<br />

famous, ‘watering the crops’<br />

episode took place. His visit<br />

is today commemorated by<br />

a gurudwara (Gurudwara<br />

Nanakwara), according to two<br />

Sikh Janamsakhis, this visit<br />

took place on the Baisakhi<br />

day in 1504 AD, he later also<br />

visited Kankhal enroute to<br />

Kotdwara in Garhwal.<br />

Legend<br />

Legendary king Bhagirath<br />

is said to have brought the<br />

river Ganga from heaven<br />

to earth in order to provide<br />

salvation to his ancestors.<br />

It is also said that Haridwar<br />

has been sanctified by the<br />

presence of three Gods;<br />

Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.<br />

Lord Vishnu is said to have his<br />

foot print on the stone that is<br />

set in the upper wall of Har-Ki-<br />

Parri where the Holy Ganga<br />

touches it all the times. Devout<br />

believers feel that they can go<br />

to heaven by getting salvation<br />

after a dip in the sacred Ganga<br />

at Haridwar.<br />

In the Vanaparva of the<br />

Mahabharata, where sage<br />

Dhaumya tells Yudhisthira<br />

about the tirthas of India,<br />

Gangadwar, i.e., Haridwar and<br />

Kankhal have been referred<br />

to the text also mentions that<br />

Agastya Rishi did penance<br />

here, with the help of his wife,<br />

Lopamudra (the princess of<br />

Vidharba).<br />

It is believed that after<br />

churning Milk Ocean<br />

Dhanwantari emerged with a<br />

pot of Amrit (Elixir) and Devas<br />

took the pot of Amrit. Seeing<br />

this Asuras quarreled with<br />

Devas for the pot of Amrit<br />

and there was a war between<br />

Devas and Asuras. During the<br />

war Garuda took the pot of<br />

Amrit and while flying drops of<br />

Amrit has fallen in four places<br />

in earth. They are Haridwar,<br />

Ujjain, Nasik and Allahabad.<br />

This manifested in the Kumbha<br />

Mela being celebrated every<br />

3 years in one of the 4 places,<br />

This sacred Ghat<br />

was constructed<br />

by King<br />

Vikramaditya<br />

(1st century<br />

BC) in memory<br />

of his brother<br />

Bhartrihari. It<br />

is believed that<br />

Bhartrihari came<br />

to Haridwar and<br />

meditated on the<br />

banks of the holy<br />

Ganges.<br />

and thus every 12 years<br />

in Haridwar. Amidst the<br />

Kumbha Mela, millions<br />

of pilgrims, devotees,<br />

and tourists congregate<br />

in Haridwar to perform<br />

ritualistic bathing on the<br />

banks of the river Ganges<br />

to wash away their sins<br />

to attain Moksha. Brahma<br />

Kund, the spot where the<br />

Amrit fell, is located at Har ki<br />

Parri (literally, “footsteps of<br />

the Lord”) and is considered<br />

to be the most sacred ghat of<br />

Haridwar.<br />

Places to visit<br />

Chandi Devi Temple<br />

The temple of Chandi Devi<br />

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atop the Neel Parvat (Neel<br />

Mountain) on the other<br />

bank of river Ganga was<br />

constructed in 1929 A.D. by<br />

the king of Kashmir- Suchat<br />

Singh. It is 3 KM. trek from<br />

Chandighat . Legend has it<br />

that the army chief Chanda-<br />

Munda of a local demon King<br />

Shumbh-Nishumbha was<br />

killed by goddess Chandi<br />

here after which the place got<br />

the name Chandi Devi. It is<br />

believed that the main statue<br />

was established by the Adi<br />

Shankracharya in 8th century<br />

A.D. There is another temple<br />

for Anjani Devi on the other<br />

side of the mountain which<br />

is accessible from Chandi<br />

Devi temple. One can reach<br />

Chandi Devi Temple through<br />

ropeway or on foot.<br />

Chandi Devi Temple<br />

Mansa Devi<br />

Temple<br />

Mansa Devi Temple<br />

The temple of Goddess<br />

Mansa Devi is situated at<br />

the top of Bilwa Parwat<br />

(Bilwa Mountain). Here one<br />

statue of the Goddess has<br />

three mouths and five arms<br />

while the other statue has<br />

eight arms. It is believed<br />

that Mansa Devi fulfills<br />

her devotee’s wishes. The<br />

beautiful view of the Haridwar<br />

city can be seen from this<br />

place. The temple can be<br />

reached through ropeway or<br />

on foot.<br />

Har-ki-Pauri<br />

Har-ki-Pauri<br />

This sacred Ghat was<br />

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Pawan Dham<br />

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constructed by King<br />

Vikramaditya (1st century<br />

BC) in memory of his brother<br />

Bhartrihari. It is believed that<br />

Bhartrihari came to Haridwar<br />

and meditated on the banks<br />

of the holy Ganges. When he<br />

died, his brother constructed<br />

a Ghat in his name, which<br />

later came to be known<br />

as Har-Ki-Pauri. The most<br />

sacred ghat within Har-ki-<br />

Pauri is Brahmakund. The<br />

evening prayer (Aarati) at<br />

dusk offered to Goddess<br />

Ganga at Har-Ki-Pauri (steps<br />

of God Hara or Shiva) is an<br />

enchanting experience for<br />

any visitor.<br />

Pawan Dham<br />

A modern temple made<br />

entirely of glass pieces, is a<br />

popular tourist destination.<br />

The Temple complex was<br />

constructed by the effort<br />

of His Holiness Swami<br />

VedantanandJi Maharaj<br />

and is growing under the<br />

Leadership of His Holiness<br />

Swami SahajPrakashJi<br />

Maharaj. People of Moga<br />

(Punjab) have put their<br />

efforts and Money to bring<br />

up this place.<br />

the days of Ramayan till<br />

India’s independence. The<br />

temple was built under<br />

the auspicious blessings<br />

of the honorable former<br />

Shankaracharya His<br />

Holiness Maha-Mandleshwar<br />

Swami Satyamitranand Giriji<br />

Maharaj.<br />

Shantikunj<br />

Shantikunj is the headquarter<br />

of famous spiritual and<br />

social organization All World<br />

Gayatri Pariwar (AWGP)<br />

established by Pt Shriram<br />

Sharma Acharya. It is<br />

located at a distance of 6<br />

Kilometers from Haridwar<br />

railway station towards<br />

Hrishikesh / Dehradoon<br />

route in the banks of the<br />

holy Ganges and between<br />

the Shivalik ranges of the<br />

Himalayas.<br />

There are plenty of other<br />

Ashrams which are also<br />

worth visiting. Many<br />

Ashrams have sculpture<br />

being built with the themes of<br />

Hindu mythology.<br />

Bharat Mata<br />

Mandir<br />

Bharat Mata Mandir<br />

A multi-storey temple,<br />

dedicated to Bharat Mata,<br />

Mother India, with each<br />

floor depicting an era in<br />

the Indian History, from<br />

Bharat Mata Mandir<br />

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Shantikunj<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

Indus Valley<br />

civilisation<br />

The Indus Civilization is among the world’s earliest<br />

civilizations that peaked around 2500 BCE in the<br />

western part of South Asia and declined during the<br />

mid-2nd millennium BCE and was forgotten until its<br />

rediscovery in the 1920s by R.D. Banerjee.<br />

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Geographically, it<br />

was spread over<br />

an area of some<br />

1,260,000 sqkm,<br />

comprising<br />

the whole of<br />

modern day Pakistan and parts of<br />

modern-day India and Afghanistan.<br />

Thus there is an Indus Valley site<br />

on the Oxus river at Shortughai<br />

in northern Afghanistan and the<br />

Indus Valley site Alamgirpur at<br />

the Hindon river is located only<br />

28 km from Delhi. At its peak, the<br />

Indus Civilization may have had a<br />

population of well over five million.<br />

Among the Indus civilization’s<br />

mysteries are fundamental questions,<br />

including its means of subsistence<br />

and the causes for its sudden<br />

disappearance beginning around<br />

1900 BCE. We do not know what<br />

language the people spoke. We do<br />

not know what they called themselves.<br />

All of these facts stand in stark<br />

contrast to what is known about its<br />

contemporaries, Mesopotamia and<br />

ancient Egypt.<br />

To date, over 1,052 cities and<br />

settlements have been found, mainly<br />

in the general region of the Hakra-<br />

Ghaggar river and its tributaries.<br />

Among the settlements were the<br />

major urban centers of Harappa and<br />

Mohenjo-daro, as well as Lothal,<br />

Dholavira, Ganweriwala, Kalibanga,<br />

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Additionally,<br />

there is some<br />

disputed<br />

evidence<br />

indicative of<br />

another large<br />

river, now<br />

long dried<br />

up, running<br />

parallel and to<br />

the east of the<br />

Indus.<br />

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Additionally, there is some<br />

disputed evidence indicative<br />

of another large river, now<br />

long dried up, running<br />

parallel and to the east of<br />

the Indus. The dried-up river<br />

beds overlap with the Hakra<br />

channel in Pakistan, and<br />

the seasonal Ghaggar river<br />

in India. Over 500 ancient<br />

sites belonging to the Indus<br />

Valley Civilization have<br />

been discovered along the<br />

Hakra-Ghaggar river and its<br />

tributaries (S.P. Gupta 1995:<br />

183).<br />

In contrast to this, only 90<br />

to 96 of the over 800 known<br />

Indus Valley sites have been<br />

discovered on the Indus and<br />

its tributaries. A section of<br />

scholars claim that this was<br />

a major river during the third<br />

and fourth millennia BCE,<br />

and propose that it may<br />

have been the Sarasvati<br />

River of the Rig Veda.<br />

Some of those who accept<br />

this hypothesis advocate<br />

designating the Indus Valley<br />

culture the “Sarasvati-<br />

Sindhu Civilization”, Sindhu<br />

being the ancient name<br />

of the Indus River. Most<br />

archeologists dispute this<br />

view, arguing that the old<br />

and dry river died out during<br />

the mesolithic age at the<br />

latest, and was reduced to a<br />

seasonal stream long before<br />

the Vedic period.<br />

The Indus civilization was<br />

predated by the first farming<br />

cultures in south Asia, which<br />

emerged in the hills of what<br />

is now called Balochistan,<br />

to the west of the Indus<br />

Valley. The best-known site<br />

of this culture is Mehrgarh,<br />

established around 6500<br />

BCE. These early farmers<br />

domesticated wheat and a<br />

variety of animals, including<br />

cattle. Pottery was in use by<br />

around 5500 BCE. The Indus<br />

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civilization grew out of this<br />

culture’s technological base,<br />

as well as its geographic<br />

expansion into the alluvial<br />

plains of what are now the<br />

provinces of Sindh and<br />

Punjab in contemporary<br />

Pakistan and Northern India.<br />

By 4000 BCE, a distinctive,<br />

regional culture, called pre-<br />

Harappan, had emerged in<br />

this area. (It is called pre-<br />

Harappan because remains<br />

of this widespread culture<br />

are found in the early strata<br />

of Indus civilization cities.)<br />

Trade networks linked<br />

this culture with related<br />

regional cultures and distant<br />

sources of raw materials,<br />

including lapis lazuli and<br />

other materials for beadmaking.<br />

Villagers had, by<br />

this time, domesticated<br />

numerous crops, including<br />

peas, sesame seeds, dates,<br />

and cotton, as well as a wide<br />

range of domestic animals,<br />

including the water buffalo,<br />

an animal that remains<br />

essential to intensive<br />

agricultural production<br />

throughout Asia today.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

The Indus civilization was predated by the first<br />

farming cultures in south Asia, which emerged in<br />

the hills of what is now called Balochistan, to the<br />

west of the Indus Valley.<br />

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Town-planning: In<br />

some of the excavations,<br />

the remains of entire cities<br />

have been unearthed. From<br />

these it is observed that a<br />

Harappan city was protected<br />

by huge walls built on all<br />

sides. The walls had watchtowers<br />

at regular distances.<br />

Seals: Square seals or<br />

coins have been found in<br />

the excavations at various<br />

places. They were made of<br />

the powder of a particular<br />

white stone. Besides, seals<br />

of ivory, clay and metals, too<br />

, have been found. These<br />

seals bear the pictures<br />

of animals and manlike<br />

figures. At the top, letters are<br />

engraved in a script which<br />

has not yet been deciphered.<br />

Historians believe that such<br />

seals were used in rituals or<br />

for trade.<br />

Earthenware: Shapely<br />

earthen pots is one of<br />

the characteristics of the<br />

Harappa civilisation. Several<br />

specimens of such earthen<br />

pots have been found in<br />

excavations. One city on<br />

another: At Mohen-Jo-Daro,<br />

the remains of cities built one<br />

above the other have been<br />

found. From those remains it<br />

appears that the original city<br />

at the site perhaps got buried<br />

due to some reason. After<br />

a period of time, another<br />

city was built on the same<br />

site. Seven such layers of<br />

construction have been<br />

found at Mohen-jo-daro.<br />

The Great Bath: A huge<br />

square bath of 56 meters x<br />

56 meters has been found at<br />

Mohen-jo-daro. At its centre<br />

there is a tank measuring<br />

12 meters X 7 meters and<br />

2.5 meters in deep. There<br />

are steps leading down to<br />

the tank. The tank has been<br />

built in baked bricks in such<br />

a way as would prevent<br />

seepage of water. There is<br />

also a provision for draining<br />

and re-filling the tank from<br />

time to time. The Harappan<br />

people seem to have given<br />

special attention to facilities<br />

for cleanliness and hygiene.<br />

Their town-planning was<br />

systematic.<br />

The facilities provided<br />

in the Harappan cities<br />

clearly indicate that these<br />

cities must have had an<br />

administrative system<br />

which laid down rules of<br />

town management and<br />

implemented them strictly.<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

PSLV-C36<br />

Successfully<br />

Launched<br />

RESOURCESAT-2A<br />

80<br />

ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle had<br />

successfully launched the 1235 kg RESOURCESAT-<br />

2A Satellite on December 07, 2016 from the Satish<br />

Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. This is<br />

the thirty seventh consecutively successful mission<br />

of PSLV.<br />

AAfter PSLV-C36 lift-off at<br />

10:25 am IST from the<br />

First Launch Pad with the<br />

ignition of the first stage, the<br />

subsequent important flight<br />

events, namely, strap-on<br />

ignitions and separations,<br />

first stage separation, second<br />

stage ignition, payload fairing<br />

separation, second stage<br />

separation, third stage ignition<br />

and separation, fourth stage<br />

ignition and cut-off, took place<br />

without fail. After a flight of<br />

17 minutes 05 seconds, the<br />

vehicle achieved a polar<br />

Sun Synchronous Orbit of<br />

824 km height inclined at an<br />

angle of 98.725 degree to the<br />

equator and 47 seconds later,<br />

RESOURCESAT-2A was<br />

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separated from the PSLV<br />

fourth stage.<br />

After separation, the<br />

two solar arrays of<br />

RESOURCESAT-2A<br />

deployed automatically<br />

and ISRO’s Telemetry,<br />

Tracking and Command<br />

Network (ISTRAC) at<br />

Bangalore took over the<br />

control of the satellite. In the<br />

coming days, the satellite<br />

will be brought to its final<br />

operational configuration<br />

following which it will begin<br />

to provide images from its<br />

three cameras. The data<br />

sent by RESOURCESAT-<br />

2A will be useful for<br />

agricultural applications<br />

like crop area and crop<br />

production estimation,<br />

drought monitoring, soil<br />

mapping, cropping system<br />

analysis and farm advisories<br />

generation.<br />

Like its predecessors<br />

RESOURCESAT-1 and 2,<br />

RESOURCESAT-2A has<br />

a unique 3-Tier imaging<br />

system with Advanced<br />

Wide Field Sensor<br />

(AWiFS), Linear Imaging<br />

Self Scanner-3 (LISS-<br />

3) and Linear Imaging<br />

Self Scanner-4 (LISS-4)<br />

cameras. The AWiFS<br />

provides images with a<br />

sampling of 56 metres,<br />

a swath of 740 km and a<br />

revisit of 5 days whereas the<br />

LISS-3 provides 23.5 metre<br />

sampled images with 141 km<br />

swath and a repitivity of 24<br />

days. LISS-4 provides 5.8<br />

metre sampled images with<br />

70 km swath and a revisit of<br />

5 days.<br />

With the successful<br />

launch, PSLV has yet<br />

again demonstrated its<br />

reliability. The total number<br />

of satellites launched by<br />

India’s workhorse launch<br />

vehicle PSLV including<br />

today’s RESOURCESAT-<br />

2A has now reached 122,<br />

of which 43 are Indian and<br />

the remaining 79 are from<br />

abroad.<br />

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VOLKSWAGEN<br />

TIGUAN<br />

Comfortably well built and distinctively styled, the<br />

Volkswagon Tiguan is short on interior space and<br />

high on price, making it a hard sell. It is one<br />

of the most sporty crossovers. A lively<br />

chassis and well-tuned suspension<br />

impart a level of agility most<br />

competitors can’t match.<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

Height Adjusters and Pretensioners<br />

84<br />

A 2.0-liter turbocharged<br />

four-cylinder makes<br />

200 hp and drives the<br />

front wheels through<br />

a six-speed automatic.<br />

All-wheel drive is<br />

optional. Tiguan<br />

remains best suited for<br />

on-road exploits.<br />

Features:-<br />

Safety<br />

Electronic Stability Control (ESC)<br />

ABS And Driveline Traction Control<br />

Side Impact Beams<br />

Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-<br />

Mounted Side Airbags<br />

Low Tire Pressure Warning<br />

Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front<br />

Airbags<br />

Side Curtain Protection Curtain 1st And<br />

2nd Row Airbags<br />

Airbag Occupancy Sensor<br />

Rear Child Safety Locks<br />

Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder<br />

Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point,<br />

Back-Up Camera<br />

Entertainment<br />

Radio: AM/FM/HD/CD w/USB &<br />

Aux-In -inc: Composition Media, 6.3”<br />

touchscreen, 8-speaker sound system,<br />

VW Car-Net App-Connect smartphone<br />

integration and interface, Bluetooth<br />

connectivity and SiriusXM satellite radio<br />

(limited subscription)<br />

Radio w/Seek-Scan, MP3 Player, Clock,<br />

Speed Compensated Volume Control,<br />

Steering Wheel Controls and Radio Data<br />

System<br />

Audio Theft Deterrent<br />

Window Grid And Roof Mount Diversity<br />

Antenna<br />

1 LCD Monitor In The Front<br />

Exterior<br />

Wheels: 16” Portland Alloy<br />

Tires: P215/65R16 H AS<br />

Wheels w/Silver Accents<br />

Steel Spare Wheel<br />

Compact Spare Tire Mounted Inside<br />

Under Cargo<br />

Clearcoat Paint<br />

Body-Colored Front Bumper<br />

Body-Colored Rear Bumper w/Black<br />

Rub Strip/Fascia Accent<br />

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Black Bodyside Cladding and Black<br />

Wheel Well Trim<br />

Black Side Windows Trim and Black<br />

Front Windshield Trim<br />

Body-Colored Door Handles<br />

Body-Colored Power Heated Side<br />

Mirrors w/Manual Folding and Turn<br />

Signal Indicator<br />

Fixed Rear Window w/Fixed Interval<br />

Wiper and Defroster<br />

Light Tinted Glass<br />

Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent<br />

Wipers w/Heated Jets<br />

Fully Galvanized Steel Panels<br />

Lip Spoiler<br />

Chrome Grille<br />

Front License Plate Bracket<br />

Liftgate Rear Cargo Access<br />

Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/<br />

Power Door Locks<br />

Roof Rack Rails Only<br />

Fully Automatic Aero-Composite<br />

Halogen Daytime Running Headlamps<br />

Interior<br />

Heated Front Bucket Seats -inc:<br />

power reclining, manually adjustable<br />

driver’s seat w/manual lumbar<br />

support, manually adjustable front<br />

passenger seat w/fold-down feature<br />

and lumbar support and split folding<br />

slide and recline rear seats w/folddown<br />

center armrest<br />

4-Way Driver Seat<br />

4-Way Passenger Seat<br />

40-20-40 Folding Front Facing Fold<br />

Forward Seatback Rear Seat<br />

Manual Tilt/Telescoping Steering<br />

Column<br />

Gauges -inc: Speedometer,<br />

Odometer, Engine Coolant Temp,<br />

Tachometer, Trip Odometer and Trip<br />

Computer<br />

Power Rear Windows and Fixed 3rd<br />

Row Windows<br />

Leather Steering Wheel<br />

Front Cupholder<br />

Rear Cupholder<br />

Compass<br />

Proximity Key For Doors And Push<br />

Button Start<br />

Valet Function<br />

Power Fuel Flap Locking Type<br />

Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated<br />

Key Transmitter, Illuminated Entry and<br />

Panic Button<br />

Remote Releases -Inc: Power Cargo<br />

Access<br />

Cruise Control<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

Manual Air Conditioning<br />

HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts and Console<br />

Ducts<br />

Illuminated Locking Glove Box<br />

Driver Foot Rest<br />

Interior Trim -inc: Metal-Look Instrument<br />

Panel Insert, Metal-Look Door Panel Insert,<br />

Aluminum And Metal-Look Interior Accents<br />

Full Cloth Headliner<br />

Leatherette Door Trim Insert<br />

Leather/Metal-Look Gear Shift Knob<br />

V-Tex Leatherette Seating Surfaces<br />

Day-Night Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror<br />

Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors<br />

w/Driver And Passenger Illumination<br />

Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage,<br />

Mini Overhead Console w/Storage and 4<br />

12V DC Power Outlets<br />

Front And Rear Map Lights<br />

Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting<br />

Full Carpet Floor Covering<br />

Carpet Floor Trim<br />

Cargo Area Concealed Storage<br />

Rigid Cargo Cover<br />

Cargo Space Lights<br />

It is one of the most<br />

sporty crossovers.<br />

A lively chassis<br />

and well-tuned<br />

suspension impart a<br />

level of agility most<br />

competitors can’t<br />

match.<br />

FOB Controls -inc: Trunk/Hatch/Tailgate<br />

Tracker System<br />

Instrument Panel Covered Bin, Dashboard<br />

Storage, Refrigerated/Cooled Box Located<br />

In The Glovebox, Driver / Passenger And<br />

Rear Door Bins<br />

Power 1st Row Windows w/Front And Rear<br />

1-Touch Up/Down<br />

Delayed Accessory Power<br />

Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature<br />

Systems Monitor<br />

Trip Computer<br />

Outside Temp Gauge<br />

Analog Display<br />

Seats w/Leatherette Back Material<br />

Manual Adjustable Front Head Restraints<br />

and Manual Adjustable Rear Head<br />

Restraints<br />

Sliding Front Center Armrest w/Storage<br />

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Perimeter Alarm<br />

Immobilizer III Engine Immobilizer<br />

4 12V DC Power Outlets<br />

Air Filtration<br />

Mechanical<br />

Engine: 2.0L TSI DOHC Turbocharged<br />

4-Cylinder -inc: 16-Valve, direct injection<br />

Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic w/<br />

Tiptronic -inc: sport mode<br />

3.45 Axle Ratio<br />

GVWR: 4,806 lbs (2,180 kgs)<br />

Transmission w/Driver Selectable Mode<br />

Front-Wheel Drive<br />

Engine Oil Cooler<br />

60-Amp/Hr 280CCA Maintenance-Free<br />

Battery w/Run Down Protection<br />

140 Amp Alternator<br />

Towing w/Trailer Sway Control<br />

1336# Maximum Payload<br />

Gas-Pressurized Shock Absorbers<br />

Front And Rear Anti-Roll Bars<br />

Electric Power-Assist Speed-Sensing<br />

Steering<br />

16.9 Gal. Fuel Tank<br />

Single Stainless Steel Exhaust w/<br />

Chrome Tailpipe Finisher<br />

Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs<br />

Multi-Link Rear Suspension w/Coil<br />

Springs<br />

4-Wheel Disc Brakes w/4-Wheel ABS,<br />

Front Vented Discs, Brake Assist and<br />

Electric Parking Brake<br />

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INDIAN VAASTU CORNER<br />

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Vastu for basement<br />

of the house<br />

Basement is a requirement of every house , but according to<br />

Vastu sastra basement should be avoided in the residence,<br />

because low room / space or empty space under the house is<br />

not considered auspicious by Vastu sastra<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

However, seeing the requirement of people,<br />

basement if made in the house should not<br />

be used for living or sleeping purpose. This<br />

place compliments with basic rules of Vastu<br />

which must be followed in order to discard<br />

negativity that may arise due to the basement<br />

in a house.<br />

Vastu guidance for<br />

basement<br />

Any vacant space beneath the residence is<br />

prohibited in Vastu Shastra, yet if this place is<br />

constructed in a house it must correspond to<br />

Vastu principles.<br />

Primarily basement should be built in<br />

Northern or eastern direction of house<br />

There should be more space in east and<br />

north than south or west.<br />

The purpose of basement should be either for<br />

storage or other things rather than living or<br />

any other recreational purpose.<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

*<br />

Place all the junk stuff including heavy<br />

equipment in the southern and western<br />

direction<br />

Make sure that the shape of basement is<br />

regular i.e. square or rectangle.<br />

An ill shape basement can cause<br />

inevitable losses and hinders health of<br />

people.<br />

About 1/4 of area of basement should be<br />

above ground.<br />

Proper height of a basement should be<br />

atleast 9 feet.<br />

Heavy items must not be kept in north or<br />

east of the basement.<br />

Paint your basement with light and subtle<br />

colours and avoid dark tints.<br />

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INDIAN SPIRITUAL<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

Devotional service rids of both<br />

good and bad action<br />

Sloka:<br />

Chapter – 2 Verse – 50<br />

90<br />

buddhi-yukto jahatiha ubhe sukrta-duskrte<br />

tasmad yogaya yujyasva yogah karmasu kausalam<br />

Word to word Meaning<br />

buddhi-yuktah—one who is engaged in devotional service<br />

jahati—can get rid of<br />

iha—in this life<br />

ubhe—in both<br />

sukrta-duskrte—in good and bad results<br />

tasmat—therefore<br />

yogaya—for the sake of devotional service<br />

yujyasva—be so engaged<br />

yogah—devotion<br />

karmasu—in all activities<br />

kausalam—art.<br />

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One who is<br />

engaged in<br />

actions and<br />

performed<br />

in spiritual<br />

intelligence is<br />

superior.<br />

Verse meaning<br />

A man engaged in devotional<br />

service get rids himself of<br />

both good and bad actions<br />

even in this life. Therefore<br />

strive for yoga, O Arjuna,<br />

which is the art of all work.<br />

Explanation<br />

Since time immemorial each<br />

living entity has accumulated<br />

the various reactions of his<br />

good and bad work, As such,<br />

he is continuously ignorant<br />

of his real constitutional<br />

position. One’s ignorance can<br />

be removed by the instruction<br />

in the Bhagavad Gita which<br />

teaches one to surrender<br />

unto the supreme lord in<br />

all respects and become<br />

liberated from the chained<br />

victimization of action and<br />

reaction, birth after birth.<br />

One who is engaged in<br />

actions and performed<br />

in spiritual intelligence is<br />

superior. By the grace of the<br />

Supreme Lord one acting in<br />

this way is relieved of both<br />

good actions which leads<br />

to heaven and evil actions<br />

which lead to hell even in this<br />

very life. Therefore verily one<br />

should always engage oneself<br />

in the sacred science of one’s<br />

individual consciousness<br />

attaining communion with the<br />

Ultimate Consciousness by<br />

consecrating in righteousness<br />

all activities unto the Supreme<br />

Lord. This is known as karma<br />

yoga. Because this sacred<br />

science is the actual skill in<br />

performing all activities, is the<br />

formula for righteous actions<br />

which turns even ordinary<br />

activities that normally lead<br />

to bondage into the means<br />

of liberation by offering them<br />

in righteousness unto the<br />

Supreme Lord.<br />

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INDIAN EVENTS<br />

92<br />

Indian Super League<br />

2016<br />

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Atletico de Kolkata became<br />

the champions of ISL 2016<br />

after edging out Kerala<br />

Blasters on penalties. Eight<br />

teams, 60 matches, more<br />

than two months of football<br />

has finally came down.<br />

Atletico de Kolkata and<br />

Kerala Blasters have both<br />

gone wayward on multiple<br />

occassions. They have<br />

pushed forward with sheer<br />

determination and had the<br />

title within touching distance.<br />

“It will obviously be a<br />

comfortable atmosphere for<br />

us because it’s our home<br />

crowd but the crowd don’t<br />

play. They give us huge<br />

support. Whoever wins<br />

tomorrow needs to earn<br />

the trophy by playing well.<br />

I am sure both sides have<br />

that intention going into<br />

the game. The crowd is<br />

nothing more than a great<br />

background for us to play<br />

against but it won’t give us a<br />

goal-start or stop goals going<br />

in,” said Coppell before the<br />

match.<br />

“I don’t know whether we are<br />

the most consistent. It’s true<br />

we only lost two matches but<br />

I have respect for all teams.<br />

Kerala have had a great<br />

season but we will try to win.<br />

We want the trophy,” Molina<br />

too said.<br />

Atletico de Kolkata became<br />

the 2016 Indian Super<br />

League (ISL)champions after<br />

beating Kerala Blasters 4-3<br />

on penalties after the match<br />

ended 1-1 in extra time.<br />

Henrique Sereno scored for<br />

the visitors after Mohammad<br />

Rafi handed the lead to<br />

Kerala Blasters.<br />

Atletico de Kolkata came<br />

back from the trailing 1-0 in<br />

the first half of their Indian<br />

Super League (ISL) final<br />

and then 2-0 in the penalty<br />

shootout against Kerala<br />

Blasters, before pulling<br />

through to win 4-3 in the<br />

shootout to claim their<br />

second ISL title in three<br />

years at a jam-packed<br />

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium,<br />

Kochi.<br />

Ouzin Ndoye and Cedric<br />

Hengbart both missed<br />

penalties for Kerala<br />

after Antonio German<br />

and Kervens Belfort had<br />

converted, as ATK held on<br />

to win despite Iain Hume<br />

missing from the spot while<br />

taking the first kick against<br />

his old team in the shootout.<br />

The winning penalty was<br />

converted by Jewel Raja,<br />

after Sameehg Doutie, Borja<br />

Fernandez and Javi Lara<br />

had earlier converted for<br />

Kolkata.<br />

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FASHION STYLE<br />

94<br />

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India<br />

FashionWeek<br />

spring/summer<br />

<strong>2017</strong><br />

Ileana DCruz made a bold statement at<br />

AIFW SS17 in jewellery pieces designed<br />

by Abhishek Kankaria and Shrruti Tapuria.<br />

While the collection was all about accessories,<br />

the actress walked the ramp in a red<br />

tube neck gown and zircon studded statement<br />

necklace wrapped around her neck like<br />

a tie, matching handcuff and earrings. Her<br />

hair was kept simple.<br />

Sharing her excitement on being associated<br />

with the brand, Cruz said: "This is the first<br />

time I've worn Whatever accessories. They<br />

make a very bold statement and definitely<br />

have the potential to elevate any outfit."<br />

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SPECIAL MOVIE<br />

100<br />

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Kaabil is an<br />

upcoming <strong>2017</strong><br />

Indian Hindi<br />

romantic action<br />

thriller film<br />

directed by Sanjay Gupta,<br />

written by Vijay Kumar Mishra.<br />

It features Hrithik Roshan<br />

and Yami Gautam in the lead<br />

roles both of whom are blind<br />

but somehow manage to fall<br />

in love. Music is composed<br />

by Rajesh Roshan. Principal<br />

photography of the film began<br />

on 30 March 2016. Kaabil is<br />

scheduled for a worldwide<br />

release on 25 <strong>January</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

along with its Telugu dubbed<br />

version, Balam.<br />

Director<br />

Sanjay Gupta<br />

Music<br />

Rajesh Roshan<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Hrithik Roshan<br />

Yami Gautam<br />

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SPECIAL MOVIE<br />

102<br />

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Raees is an<br />

upcoming<br />

<strong>2017</strong> Indian<br />

action thriller<br />

film directed by<br />

Rahul Dholakia and produced<br />

by Gauri Khan, Ritesh<br />

Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar<br />

under their banners Red<br />

Chillies Entertainment and<br />

Excel Entertainment. It stars<br />

Shah Rukh Khan, Mahira<br />

Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.Raees,<br />

which is based<br />

on the life of criminal Abdul<br />

Latif, is scheduled to be released<br />

on 26 <strong>January</strong> <strong>2017</strong>.<br />

Director<br />

Rahul Dholakia<br />

Music<br />

Ram Sampath<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Shah Rukh Khan<br />

Mahira Khan<br />

Nawazuddin Siddiqui<br />

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Gautamiputra<br />

Satakarni is a<br />

<strong>2017</strong> Telugu, epic<br />

historical action<br />

film produced<br />

by Saibabu Jagarlamudi & Y.<br />

Rajeev Reddy on First Frame<br />

Entertainment bannerand written<br />

and directed by Krish. Starring<br />

Nandamuri Balakrishna in<br />

title role, Shriya Saran as the<br />

female lead, and music composed<br />

by Chirantan Bhatt.The<br />

film is based on life history of<br />

2nd century CE, Satavahana<br />

ruler Gautamiputra Satakarni.<br />

The film is a prestigious project<br />

to Nandamuri Balakrishna<br />

as his 100th film.<br />

Director<br />

Krish<br />

Music<br />

Chirantan Bhatt<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Nandamuri Balakrishna<br />

Shriya Saran<br />

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Khaidi No. 150<br />

is an upcoming<br />

Indian Telugu<br />

action drama<br />

film directed by<br />

V. V. Vinayak. It features Chiranjeevi<br />

in a dual role, Shriya<br />

Saran and Kajal Agarwal in<br />

the lead roles and marks as<br />

the former's comeback to<br />

acting after 10 years. It is a<br />

remake of the Tamil film Kaththi<br />

(2014). Principal photography<br />

of the film commenced in<br />

June 2016 in Hyderabad and<br />

is scheduled for a worldwide<br />

release on 13 <strong>January</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

coinciding Sankranthi festival.<br />

Director<br />

V. V. Vinayak Cast & Crew<br />

Chiranjeevi<br />

Music<br />

Kajal Aggarwal<br />

Shriya Saran<br />

Devi Sri Prasad<br />

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EVIEW<br />

BOLLYWOOD<br />

3/5<br />

108<br />

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Kahaani 2<br />

Kahaani 2 is sure<br />

an impressive<br />

thriller that has<br />

been blended with<br />

interesting twirls<br />

throughout. Vidya<br />

Balan steals the<br />

show once again<br />

and Kahaani 2<br />

makes an impressive<br />

watch.<br />

Story :<br />

Kahaani 2 is all about Vidya Sinha<br />

(Vidya Balan) whose daughter<br />

gets kidnapped and before recovering<br />

from it, she meets with a<br />

massive car accident which pushes<br />

her into coma. Inderjeet Singh<br />

(Arjun Rampal) will be assigned<br />

the responsibility to investigate the<br />

case during which he comes to<br />

know that Vidya has an other side<br />

named Durga Rani Singh. The rest<br />

of the investigation reveals about<br />

many answers that are unfolded.<br />

Watch Kahaani 2 to know about it<br />

in a detailed process.<br />

Analysis :<br />

Kahaani 2 is nothing less when it<br />

is compared to the first instalment.<br />

The story has been well blended<br />

and the entire first half of the film<br />

is a sure shot classic. One cannot<br />

predict any episode from the film<br />

and the entire first half of Kahaani 2<br />

is completely intriguing. The technical<br />

aspects elevate the film well<br />

and one will sure get impressed for<br />

the content throughout the first half.<br />

After an exceptional first half, one<br />

expects a gripping and stupendous<br />

second half which did not happen.<br />

However the film lives up the expectations.<br />

Some of the episodes<br />

have been loosely adopted and<br />

some are left unnatural. The preclimax<br />

episodes bring back the<br />

needed interest and the climax<br />

has been showcased well. On the<br />

whole the second half of Kahaani<br />

2 fall short but is sure not a disappointment.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Kahaani 2 is sure an impressive<br />

thriller that has been blended with<br />

interesting twirls throughout. Vidya<br />

Balan steals the show once again<br />

and Kahaani 2 makes an impressive<br />

watch.<br />

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EVIEW<br />

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Dangal<br />

110<br />

Dangal makes a<br />

massive impact<br />

because of the<br />

emotional content<br />

and the gripping<br />

narration. Aamir<br />

Khan as usual excels<br />

once again<br />

with his powerpacked<br />

performance<br />

throughout.<br />

Story :<br />

Dangal is the story of Haryana<br />

based wrestler Mahavir Singh<br />

Phogat who is a naturally born<br />

wrestler who dreams of making<br />

his country proud. However due<br />

to financial crisis, he fails to make<br />

it big after which he feels that<br />

his son will turn an international<br />

wrestler. Unfortunately, Mahavir<br />

will be blessed with four daughters<br />

and one day he witnesses<br />

the strength of his two daughters.<br />

The rest of Dangal is all about<br />

how they made it big in wrestling.<br />

Analysis :<br />

Dangal is completely about wrestling<br />

and the first half of the film<br />

looks entertaining and gripping.<br />

Though the pace of the film has<br />

been slow, the performances and<br />

the power-packed performances<br />

of the lead actors take the film<br />

to the next level completely. The<br />

first half of Dangal takes over<br />

the family emotions and it takes<br />

ample time to get you indulged<br />

into the film’s plot. The interval<br />

episodes make Dangal a masterpiece.<br />

A sports biopic will sure be predictable<br />

and Dangal is not an<br />

exception at all. However the<br />

second half is all about the journey<br />

of Mahavir’s daughters how<br />

they work hard and end up at the<br />

International level makes the film.<br />

The climax and the emotional<br />

content strike a chord completely<br />

and are the major highlights of<br />

the film. On the whole Dangal is<br />

a must watch film because of the<br />

gripping narration and the powerpacked<br />

performances.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Dangal makes a massive impact<br />

because of the emotional content<br />

and the gripping narration. Aamir<br />

Khan as usual excels once again<br />

with his power-packed performance<br />

throughout.<br />

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3.5/5<br />

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EVIEW<br />

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Dhruva<br />

Story :<br />

Dhruva is<br />

a Perfect<br />

movie for<br />

Ram Charan<br />

Comeback<br />

and a Thrill<br />

Journey for<br />

Charan<br />

Dhruva (Ram Charan) who is an<br />

IPS officer with a group of IPS<br />

trainees, who all are engaged<br />

in a secret night mission to nab<br />

all the criminals in Hyderabad.<br />

With this, he decides to trace out<br />

that one man who is behind all<br />

these crimes. Dhruva identifies<br />

Siddharth Abhimanyu (Aravind<br />

Swami), a scientist, who drives<br />

the crime system in the state. The<br />

rest of the movie is all about how<br />

Dhruva gets succeeded in the mission.<br />

Watch Dhruva to know the<br />

rest of the story.<br />

Analysis :<br />

For all those who have watched<br />

Tamil Film 'Thani Oruvan,' they<br />

won't find much difference between<br />

the Tamil and the Telugu Verison.<br />

All they can like is Ram Charan's<br />

six pack abs and this performance.<br />

For those who didn't watch the<br />

Tamil film, they will surely like<br />

the movie as it is full of thrill and<br />

suspense. there is no romance or<br />

masala in this film.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Dhruva is a Perfect movie for Ram<br />

Charan Comeback and a Thrill<br />

Journey for Charan.<br />

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EVIEW<br />

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Vangaveeti<br />

Analysis :<br />

114<br />

Story :<br />

Vangaveeti is<br />

one more disappointment<br />

from Ram Gopal<br />

Varma as<br />

the film offers<br />

nothing much<br />

except a boring<br />

known<br />

documentary.<br />

Vangaveeti is the story of Vijayawada<br />

politics that happened<br />

during the late 70s and the early<br />

80s. It is the life story of powerful<br />

politician Vangaveeti Ranga and<br />

his emergence as a mass leader<br />

in Vijayawada. Vangaveeti film<br />

showcases the murders of many<br />

legendary political personalities<br />

during this period. Watch the film<br />

to know about the know facts that<br />

happened in real life.<br />

The first half of Vangaveeti manages<br />

to make some impact at<br />

times however the entire first half<br />

of Vangaveeti is a poor show that<br />

lacks an interesting script. The<br />

songs throughout the film act as<br />

barriers in the film and the climax<br />

episodes make the film interesting.<br />

On the whole the first half of<br />

Vangaveeti fails to make much<br />

impact on the audience.<br />

The second half of Vangaveeti<br />

dips down completely and the<br />

entire basic plot has been deviated.<br />

Most of the episodes look<br />

dragged and the climax of the film<br />

has been completely simple. The<br />

songs once again are unnecessary<br />

and the dubbing has been<br />

poor. Varma fails to make any<br />

impact with Vangaveeti and the<br />

film ends up on a below average<br />

note.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Vangaveeti is one more disappointment<br />

from Ram Gopal<br />

Varma as the film offers nothing<br />

much except a boring known<br />

documentary.<br />

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2/5<br />

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HOLLYWOOD<br />

TEA NEWS<br />

Niall Horan<br />

Niall Horan, 23, told the Sunday People at a<br />

recent red carpet in Los Angeles. “We would<br />

be silly not to… ridiculous.” Uh, we totally agree.<br />

But for right now, Niall said the boys are “enjoying”<br />

their time off. “At the moment we are all<br />

doing our own thing. Harry [Styles] wanted to<br />

do his movie and everyone is just chilling.”<br />

Khloe Kardashian<br />

116<br />

Even though the temperature may be dropping you<br />

can still totally heat things up with your fierce fall<br />

style — just take a note from Khloe Kardashian, who<br />

put her curves on display in the stylish silhouette.<br />

Bridget Malcolm<br />

The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is no joke — it<br />

takes months of prep work to look that good in lingerie!<br />

Model Bridget Malcolm kept a food, fitness and<br />

beauty diary for a week before the show<br />

Mariah Carey<br />

Mariah Carey looked better than ever as she<br />

posed on the red carpet ahead of the VH1 Divas<br />

Holiday: Unsilent Night special. The powerhouse<br />

singer sported classic curls and long<br />

lashes with a glossy pink lip on the carpet, later<br />

changing it up for her performance. Click ahead<br />

for the details on her holiday beauty look.<br />

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Liam Payne<br />

Liam appears to be working out in a home<br />

gym, as we can see in the black and white<br />

photo. He wears shorts, leggings and Nike<br />

sneakers — typical workout garb — but a<br />

lack of shirt ensures that his ripped abs<br />

and huge arm tattoos are on full display.<br />

Kanye West<br />

Beverly Hills Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman<br />

M.D. tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively: “I<br />

can’t believe they let him out! A patient with<br />

the symptoms that Kanye West has been<br />

exhibiting would need far more than a week<br />

to be stabilized sufficiently to return home.<br />

Meghan Trainor<br />

Meghan Trainor will be on hand to announce the nominees<br />

for Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Song of<br />

the Year, and Album of the Year on CBS This Morning.<br />

She will begin revealing the nominations on CBS This<br />

Morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. You can watch Meghan announce<br />

nominations on CBS.com. Stream the nominations<br />

with your cable, satellite or telco provider.<br />

Klay Thompson<br />

The Golden State Warriors dominated the Indiana Pacers<br />

in a 142-106 victory on Dec. 5, and it was largely in part to<br />

an epic game from Klay Thompson, 26. The Warriors guard<br />

didn’t even play in the fourth quarter, but he still managed<br />

to put up a whopping 60 points after just 29 minutes on the<br />

court! In fact, before he left for the bench with just over a<br />

minute left in the third, his team was up 114-79.<br />

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118<br />

Balmain<br />

launched<br />

a stunning<br />

advertising<br />

camapign for<br />

Fall/Winter<br />

2015-2016<br />

collection.<br />

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Star Gazing<br />

120<br />

ARIES<br />

Dos: Focus on your health; avoid eating out too often. After June, you will alter your<br />

diet and start exercising. Be more communicative. You may suppress your emotions<br />

because you fear people’s reactions. It’s time to prioritise your life and relationships. Be more<br />

organised when laying the foundation for new work.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t get carried away by other people’s judgements. Avoid holding on to the past<br />

when dealing with new relationships. Don’t trust strangers easily as it might backfire.<br />

GEMINI<br />

Dos: Focus on inner transformation.<br />

Spend time alone and read books that<br />

enhance your knowledge. Focus on<br />

your goals instead of seeking approval<br />

from people. People may not understand your<br />

vision, but eventually they will see the results.<br />

Your personal life will need attention from May to<br />

August.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t allow mood swings to affect your<br />

relationships. Refrain from taking impulsive workrelated<br />

decisions between February to May.<br />

Avoid judging people.<br />

TAURUS<br />

Dos: Focus on building new<br />

relationships without judgement.<br />

Be open to receiving. Work will<br />

be tiring; make sure you spend some time<br />

alone. Take charge on the career and<br />

personal front, to get the results you want.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t get dragged into other<br />

people’s drama. Don’t procrastinate as you<br />

may miss out on opportunities. Don’t neglect<br />

your health between August-October.<br />

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CANCER<br />

Dos: Channelise and action your<br />

creative energies. Take care of your<br />

health between March and June; your<br />

health will need attention in October,<br />

too. Organise your paperwork. Be more<br />

attentive to the emotional needs of your family.<br />

Be more patient with yourself and others.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t carry work stress home as it could<br />

lead to friction with your partner. Don’t jump to<br />

judgements about people without knowing their<br />

side of the story. Don’t regret past decisions.<br />

Don’t get into arguments with people at work in<br />

June and July, and October to December.<br />

LEO<br />

Dos: Focus on finish incomplete<br />

work and getting closure on certain<br />

relationships. Walking out on people<br />

or ending relationships abruptly<br />

is hurtful; make sure you get your closure.<br />

You need to be clearer in your intentions<br />

towards people on the personal front. Be more<br />

expressive.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t correlate the present to the past.<br />

Don’t hold onto anger at all. Being intolerant<br />

will push people away. Don’t trust people easily<br />

when it comes to finance.


VIRGO<br />

Dos: Be confident about your decisions and be focussed without letting people drain you<br />

out. Spend more quality time with family members, especially from April to July. Their<br />

health will need attention during these months. Be more proactive when it comes to socialising<br />

and making new friends, as they will add value in your life. Be more trusting towards people.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t get into a circle of regret and self-anger as it will only slow you down. Don’t overeat<br />

or over-indulge in anything that affects your health.<br />

SCORPIO<br />

Mixed energies as you enter<br />

September. You will gain some and<br />

lose some. With emotions hitting<br />

the roof, you will have to make a conscious<br />

effort to calm yourself down. Career will be<br />

on a roll with a lot of decisions to be made.<br />

This month, you will be laying the foundation<br />

for something new. It could also mean a new<br />

business, expansion or a new tie up that will<br />

manifest after 9th and 26th.<br />

AQUARIUS<br />

Dos: Focus on your personal<br />

relationships, as this year will either<br />

make or break grounds for commitment.<br />

Be more communicative and loving.<br />

Work will be stable; be more confident when<br />

making decisions. Maintain a level of harmony<br />

and balance when dealing with new people at<br />

work. Get out of your comfort zone and take up<br />

work that will be challenging, as it will bring in<br />

abundance.<br />

LIBRA<br />

Dos: Take decisions confidently. Be<br />

punctual. Keep your promises and<br />

commitments, especially with family<br />

members. Be more compassionate<br />

with family members as they may need<br />

some emotional support. Take care of your<br />

health from July to October. Alter your eating<br />

patterns before it creates more imbalances.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t allow other people’s decisions to<br />

cloud your vision. Don’t get irritated with people<br />

for petty things. Don’t doubt your partner, if not,<br />

it can lead to unnecessary drama.<br />

SAGITTARIUS<br />

Dos: Look deeper within before taking<br />

decisions. Trust people, but take your<br />

own decisions especially from March<br />

to June. Be a better listener when it comes to your<br />

family. Focus on what’s a priority for you. Spend<br />

time reading a book or unwinding with music. Be<br />

more assertive about your emotions.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t fear other people’s judgements.<br />

Don’t get aggressive when making your point.<br />

Being confused can delay things at work especially<br />

between February to May.<br />

CAPRICORN<br />

Dos: Channelise your ideas and action<br />

them. Be more attentive to details as<br />

silly mistakes can create confusion at<br />

work from April to August. While work will be erratic<br />

between June to October, be more confident in<br />

the highest power. Be respectful towards family<br />

members as they may be sensitive and get hurt.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t share too much information about<br />

future plans. Don’t get in the way of other people’s<br />

decisions.<br />

PISCES<br />

Dos: Trust your instinct when working<br />

with new people. Be more open to<br />

receiving help or guidance when in<br />

need. Be more attentive to your work.<br />

You will get all the support you need from family<br />

members, so expand your horizon in your areas<br />

of work. Take care of your health from May to<br />

October.<br />

Don’ts: Don’t worry about being right or wrong.<br />

Don’t doubt the intentions of people you’re<br />

working with. Avoid being on the edge with<br />

family members from July to September.<br />

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Yellow Pages<br />

122<br />

CCTV and cameras<br />

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Technologies Pvt Ltd<br />

Ameerpet<br />

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KVR Enclave, Ameerpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

Ph: 8885444188 , 040 -<br />

40110366, 40110370<br />

Email: sanjeev@ditech.<br />

co.in<br />

I Dfens<br />

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

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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 />

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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 />

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Academy, Himayath<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

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II, Sancharpuri Colony,<br />

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Ph: 9299998700,<br />

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Email: rksecuritysystems@<br />

gmail.com<br />

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Hospital<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

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G V S Rao’s E N T Super<br />

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Punjagutta<br />

Half Road, Housing<br />

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Hyderabad - 500082<br />

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23416077<br />

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Clear Vision Eye Hospital<br />

Himayath Nagar<br />

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

Himayath Nagar,<br />

Hyderabad - 500029<br />

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23225386<br />

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co.in<br />

Sri Sai Indira Dental<br />

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Nalla Kunta<br />

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

1st Floor, Shivam Road,<br />

Prasanth Nagar<br />

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27668280,<br />

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srisaiindiradental.com<br />

Ent & Eye Nurisng Home<br />

Sarojini Devi Road<br />

111, Karan Centre,<br />

Sarojini Devi Road,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

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27848166<br />

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Casa Marketing Private<br />

Ltd<br />

Gachibowli<br />

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

Gachibowli, Hyderabad -<br />

500032<br />

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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 />

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gmail.com<br />

Audio Video Solutions<br />

Begumpet<br />

Shop No 4, My Home<br />

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Building, Begumpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

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30724037<br />

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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 />

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65345457<br />

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gmail.com<br />

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Nallakunta<br />

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Hyderabad - 500013<br />

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9949003162<br />

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Pipeline Road, Fathe<br />

Nagar, Hyderabad -<br />

500018<br />

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23778675<br />

mail:<br />

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Nagar Cly, Picket,<br />

Secunderabad - 500003<br />

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9848123522<br />

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rediffmail.com<br />

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Malakpet<br />

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Basappa Building,<br />

Malakpet, Hyderabad -<br />

500036<br />

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9246155390 ,<br />

040 - 66715539<br />

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Abids<br />

Station Road, Abids,<br />

Hyderabad - 500001<br />

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24743618<br />

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Kamal Watch Company<br />

Pvt Ltd<br />

Mahatma Gandhi Road<br />

1, Mahatma Gandhi<br />

Road, Secunderabad -<br />

500003<br />

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27722008<br />

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Yumegifts<br />

Basheerbagh<br />

402, IV Floor, Babukhan<br />

Estate, Basheerbagh,<br />

Hyderabad - 500001<br />

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Serilingampally<br />

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

64, Inorbit Mall Mandal<br />

Ranga Reddy Madhapur<br />

Village Hyderabad<br />

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40202881, 40202882<br />

Email:einh@ethoswatches.<br />

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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 />

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Hyderabad - 500048<br />

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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 />

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Begumpet<br />

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

Vihar Colony, Begumpet,<br />

Hyderabad - 500016<br />

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27760666<br />

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Spotless House Cleanning<br />

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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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