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Beauty Hair has been one of the most romanticized endowment of women beauty, which can launch a thousand emotions in its single flicker. Needless to point out then, how crucial is the care of hair for beauty among women.
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â€˜SELFIE with celebritiesâ€™ autograph are now old fashioned. get a chance to take a picture with the Mr Narendra modi..
Love is the most sacrosanct human feeling which has continued to inspire umpteen numbers of creative thinkers & script writers to create an epic around.
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RULING THE ROOST
LOVE IS ETERNAL BLISS
editor's desk feel proud and privileged to initiate a new magazine capturing every element that marks the lifestyle of the people living in the NCR region in totality, named the NCR LIFE. The magazine will mirror different shades of life spread across the NCR region from a distinct perspective. After Rail life, which talked about Indians biggest Industry which is Rail, after the whopping success, now geared up for another milestone NCR life. This is real success of our readers community which inspires us to bring out products ,which becomes part of our life NCR LIFE , a new definition of lifestyle for the Residents of Delhi and NCR.This magazine will bringout the lifestyle variety of NCR through its classy editorial highlighting Food, Real Estate, Education, Fashion, Shopping, Entertainment, Retail, Jwelellery, and many other exciting thing with the dedicated editorial team making it larger than Life. NCR LIFE magazine with distinct features portraying the changing life-styles that make life unique in the NCR region. Our Endeavour is to inspire innovative thoughts into Action. We have already set out on the journey with growing excitement and is now poised for launching a new English fortnightly with a view to provide coverage of the all facets of life, particularly the life-style and issues impacting it in the NCR region in one compact and complete package every fortnight We have a great dedicated team of journalists and even some repute journalist rather very senior names like, Vartika Nanda are part of Editorial board. We are sure with focus and good support from the seniors of the Industry .NCRLIFE will quite a new chapter in the history as well as future of life style industry . Please wish us luck and give us love.
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Faith Can Move Mountains Shyam Kishore Sahay Motivational trainer
ll of us must have heard a saying that ‘faith can move mountains’. If we try to delve in the reasoning we would certainly reach to some very logical and scientific conclusions. We would even find that faith has its own science. Have you ever seen a loving father throwing his child several feet up in the air! You might have experienced it yourself too. The moment child goes up, he or she laughs out of joy, excitement and thrill. You won’t find a single sign of fear and worry on the face of the childthe simple reason is that the child is more than assured that two strong and visible hands of his father would hold him back. This is the called faith. We have been told many a time that like our biological father or ‘Pita’, there is a supreme father ‘Param Pita’. He can’t be seen through these worldly eyes and his hands are not visible. Yet through our extra sensorial powers we can realize him, only if we have faith in him. He is there to save us from all the troubles and sufferings. But rarely do we give a call to him with full faith and patience. As we grow older we start believing in ourselves more and more. In the process of our development, a sheer innocent cry and an unmoved faith are the first causalities. There is nice story: Once Lord Krishna was having his meal and Rukmini was serving it to him. The moment he was about to take his first mor-
sel of the food, he suddenly stood up and started running towards the door of the Rajmahal. Rukmini could not understand the matter. Before she could have made anything out of it, Lord Krishna returned halfway. Rukmini was more puzzled. She asked, what happened.? Krishna replied, a devotee was in trouble, he was being attacked by several people and he was constantly calling me for help. Rukmini asked, then why did you come back.? Lord Krishna replied, by the time I was about to reach out to him, I saw he had picked up a stone in his hands. I understood that now he could save himself and I returned. Thus to get the divine help you need divine faith too. Now the question is, how to inculcate that unflinching faith in ourselves.? In a way it is very simple and easy. Just become a child in word and spirit; see everything as it is; don’t discriminate; love all and get loved by all, be innocent and pure, just as a child remain happy come whatever. You will find that to have faith in our parents and in the divine parent is our very natural state of being. We are like that only. We don’t have to do anything to achieve that state. Yes, you simply have to get rid of all the knowledge and reason that have overpowered your true emotions. Believe me, like your parents your divine parent or ‘Parampita’- is there to embrace you in all situation. Just have a faith in him.
How to save a from break up? t is popularly believed that women don't make any relation or friendship in a hurry. They sensibly take time to assess and judge people before getting into a seriousrelationship Sometimes, one wonders what would be the different criteria in women to choose ‘somebody’. I often ask myself an important question, that how do we select people for any relation or friendship? What quality and qualifications one should actually look for to make someone a friend or partner? Perhaps you would either be surprised or might be guessing why I am so concerned about these silly queries? Let’s discuss and debate to reach to some sort of conclusion.
We quite often ask ourselves, why would I bother? Let him/ her approach first. This egoistic attitude may actually break your long-lasting relationship. At last I would conclude by saying that we should always be flexible in our approach to have a successful, strong and long lasting relationship.
It has been found in a study that many people have the wrong assumption that to become a friend or to stabilize their ongoing relation, contributing partners must have the same Ideology. Is it really true or a misconception created by some people? Let’s find out. Frankly speaking, when I see people in real life having altogether different ideologies & thinking, are actually very good COMMUNICATIVEFRIENDS. These people share a very good chemistry and understanding. A mutual exchange of valuable knowledge and information among them make this relation bit interesting too. On the other side, I have met people same ideologies fighting and quarreling over a particular issue very frequently. Understandably, it may vary from person to person. But fact is that our above assumption has not proven true. Let me quickly list out some of the unanswered questions with reasonable answers that quite often arises in a relationship. Should partners have a better understanding & trust for a sustained-relationship? No, I guess, it’s not necessary at all, we do have many
such examples in front of us where contributing partners keeps on blaming & accusing each other every day for being dishonest and disloyal in their relationship, we can assume that there is ‘NO’ understanding and trust in such relationships. In fact, this ‘NO’ is very significant here, as such, relationships are going on and on for many years , of course instead of a BIG ‘NO’ there is minute & silent ‘YES’ always. That ultimately makes a HUGE difference in a relationship. This question keeps on repeating itself that after all these ‘No’s’, what’s that hidden force that actually saves an almost broken-relationship What makes a relation ‘stable’ after all obstacles? I know readers would be
very anxious to know about that influencing & powerful force behind such relationships which holds them tight together after facing various obstacles? Let’s end your curiosity; that’s nothing but the LOVE….yes it is Love…. It has certainly got the tremendous capacity that can singlehandedly overshadow the other influencing FACTORS. One cannot imagine the POWER of LOVE which can save a relationship even if it is on the verge of breaking. It is an opinion of many people that if there is one decisive force that can actually defeat or resist the LOVE is the EGO of a person itself. EGO kills LOVE, eventually a relationship. We quite often ask ourselves, why would I bother? Let him/her approach first. This egoistic attitude may actually break your long-lasting relationship. At last I would conclude by saying that we should always be flexible in our approach to have a successful, strong and long lasting relationship.
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hen your partner two-times you, it is one of the most painful experiences that you suffer. When one partner is unfaithful it leaves the other shattered and wondering what to do next - whether to end the relationship acrimoniously or salvage it or part as friends. Dealing with a cheating girlfriend requires a great deal of effort on your part. How do you let go of the past? How do you deal with the reality of any problem in your relationship that must have driven her to seek succour elsewhere? Once the affair is out in the open - either you found out or she comes clean - how do you resolve the issue? Can you bring yourself to forgive your partner and can you manage to let go? It is not an easy thing to forget and you have to deal with the problem of being haunted by it forever.
your Girl friend is cheating...? Once the affair is out in the open - either you found out or she comes clean - how do you resolve the issue? Can you bring yourself to forgive your partner and can you manage to let go? It is not an easy thing to forget and you have to deal with the problem of being haunted by it forever.
Women enjoy talking about relationships and you can share thoughts about your break-up, throwing light on what really went wrong. Talking to people will help you come to terms with what you feel and comfort you that there are some who care for you. Some even seek the comfort of online friends. They have plenty of good advice and really rally to support you through your crisis. In a situation in which your partner has irrevocably lost your trust, it is best to make a clean break and end the relationship. Otherwise you will live haunted by the memory of the two-timing, which will never let you love her completely again. The two of you will have an uncomfortable relationship, constantly worried about each otherâ€™s fidelity. But sometimes, despite the heartbreak that your girlfriend has caused you, both of you may still have strong and deep feelings for each
other. You may be willing to forget the wrongdoing and accept the apologies of a repentant partner. If you are lucky, then both can work extra hard at salvaging your relationship, but this situation is really difficult and rare. Next, discuss with her why she felt the need to stray. An open and honest discussion will throw light on any problems in your relationship. These can be mended and healed and you can start afresh. But beware that such a discussion must not affect your self-esteem in a negative manner. The next discussion must be to focus on the positive aspects of your relationship. You must acknowledge problem areas which require repair. Stop letting the past haunt your future. Ideate on
positive contributions to improve your relationship. Next, set limits on a repetition of the behavior by your partner. You must ask her to put an end to twotiming once and for all or threaten that you will walk away for good. You must set non-negotiable boundaries so that the new relationship survives. Both have to completely honest and open with each other. You must acknowledge that you are con-
sciously working at giving your relationship a fresh lease of life. It requires hard work, some forgiveness, some patience and lots of trust in each other. But there is a scenario in which your girlfriend has done the unthinkable - dumped you! Thrown your relationship out of the window. In this case, donâ€™t even dream of trying to get back together - she is not worth your love and attention. It is a heartbreaking situation and you need to take care of yourself to get over it. First seek comfort elsewhere - it is not very manly, but it does you a world of good if you seek the company and comfort of any other female friends. Women enjoy talking about relationships and you can share thoughts about your break-up, throwing light on what really went wrong. Talking to people will help you come to terms with what you feel and comfort you that there are some who care for you. Some even seek the comfort of online friends. They have plenty of good advice and really rally to support you through your crisis.
Aap ka 'neta'
Age : 51 Self Profession Business Education Status 10th pass
Age : 38 Self Profession Social Worker
Age : 40 Self Profession Farmer Education Status 10th pass
Age : 41 Self Profession Business Education Status Post Graduate
Age : 58 Self Profession Retired Govt. Servant Education Status Post Graduate
Rajesh Gupta has won the Wazir Pur Vidhan Sabha seat. He started his political journey with Aam Aadmi Party. He has only studied upto intermediate. He had an interest in politics & AAP gave him a platform to start his political journey. His daily schedule hasn’t changed after becoming a Politician . He maintains his personal and professional life very well. He likes to watch movies, although it’s been a long time now that he saw any movie. He has visited across the country that too with Indian railways.
Mr. Naresh Balyan has won the Uttam Nagar Vidhan Sabha seat. He believes he joined politics with the aim of social work. He has a hectic schedule after becoming a Politician though get some time for family in evening . He likes to watch movies and the last movie he saw, was Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam. He has only studies upto 8th class and never sat on plane so far.
Sharad Kumar an AAP MLA from Narela Constituency, has started his political career in the year 2007. Before joining the AAP ,Sharad was a member of BSP. He told us that he left his studies as he didn’t have any interest. The last movie he saw, was Happy New Year and his favorite bollywood Actor is Shahrukh Khan.
Nitin Tyagi an AAP MLA from Laxmi Nagar constituency, basically belongs to Meerut but he has been living in Delhi since last 20 years. When Nitin get stressed he goes to the nearest Chilla Sport Complex. He has travelled to overseas 3 times. He wants our country to be developed like others. The limit of the late night life culture can be increased keeping the view of local public and their security.
Sukhvir Singh an AAP MLA from Mundka constituency, basically belongs to Delhi. When he gets stressed he remembers his parents and start chanting the word Om Namo Shiva in his mind. His political career started with AAP in 2015 Vidhan Sabha elections. He says that he gets up early in the morning and start working from 6 AM. People of his area come visits his home in early morning. He is still studying, currently pursuing P.HD in Economics.
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Avtar Singh Age Self profession Education Status
51 contractor 8th pass
Vishesh Ravi Age Profession Education Status
31 business 12th pass, grad. pursuing
Manoj Kumar Age Profession Education Status
35 politician & social worker 10th pass
Avtar Singh is an AAP MLA from Kalkaji constituency. He is a very religious person, likes to read Guruwani. He visits Gurudwara whenever he gets tensed. He thinks a person having faith in God would never have any sort of tension in his life. He loves watching Patriotic movies. Salman Khan And Sunny deol are his favorite bollywood actors & last movie he saw, was Chaar Sahibzaade. He was doing a public service before joining the Aam Admi Party. He is strictly in against of Late Night Culture.
Vishesh Ravi an AAP MLA from Karol Bagh constituency, is a young leader in Delhi politics. He likes to spend his time in JNU campus with his friends. He had worked in a social organization before joining the politics. He joined politics because he was truly inspired by Aam Admi Party’s ideology. He is still unmarried He is also not in favour of the Late Night Culture.
Manoj Kumar an MLA from Kondli constituency, is a social worker. He was a supporter of AAP Party since it was founded. Manoj had raised his voice against corruption before joining the AAP. Perhaps it was his interest in social work and politics that he could not complete his studies. He has only studies upto 12th class. Interestingly he tells that he raised his voice against someone doing cheating in exam hall, but no action was taken against him. Finally he ended up leaving the studies forever. He supports late night culture if public favors it.
Akhilesh Pati Tripathi
Age Self profession Education Status
31 Private Teacher Master of Arts
Mr. Akhilesh Pati Tripathi has won the Modal Town Vidhan Sabha seat. He came in politics when he was pursuing his post graduation. He was inspired by Anna Hazare’s movement. Before joining the politics, he was working as a social activist. He used to teach orphan or poor children in his spare time. He is quite busy after becoming a politician. Due to his hectic schedule, he even doesn’t get time for his family. If we talk about his personal life, then he is still unmarried and wants to marry someone of his parents’s choice.
Age Self profession Education Status
58 Advocate Post Graduate
Madan Lal an AAP MLA From Kasturba Nagar constituency, is an Advocate by profession. He has a busy schedule after joining politics. He likes to spend some time with his children when he gets stressed. He shares a story of his stolen Camera during his Mexico trip which had the all photographs and recording of captured by him while travelling. He likes watching movies but he has not seen a single movie since last year. Madan Singh is in the opinion that the late night culture can be extended upto midnight.
Age Self profession Education Status
60 Advocate Post Graduate
S.K. Bagga an AAP MLA from Krishna Nagar constituency has a very long political history career. His political journey had started with the Congress Party in the year of 1975. Before joining the politics, he was a lawyer by profession. He has two sons, his elder son is an Accountant & the youngest one is also an Advocate. He says that public service has always been in his priorities, even the family comes after that. He likes to watch movies with a combination of comedy, action and emotions.
Girish Soni Age Self Profession Education Status
51 Manufacturing and trading of leather goods 10th pass
Girish Soni an AAP MLA from Madipur constituency . He basically belongs to Agra but currently residing in Delhi for many years. He goes to a lonely place when he gets irritated. His schedule is very hectic though his family is very supportive towards him. Girish likes watching movies. He is strictly in against of the late night culture.
Rituraj Govind Age Self profession Education Status
26 Social Worker Advance Diploma in Hotel Management
Rituraj Govind an AAP MLA from Kirari constituency, basically belong to Bihar. He came to Delhi in the search of a job. Before joining the AAP, he was working with an MNC in Gurgaon. He had participated in the anti corruption movements and eventually joined AAP. He is also not favors the late night culture.
Anjali Singh eenakshi Dixit, who is making her Bollywood debut in forthcoming political satire P Se PM Tak, says the experience of shooting for the movie with veteran filmmaker Kundan Shah helped her grow from a heroine to an actor. "Thanks to this experience, I think I've grown from a heroine to an actress. By the end of the shoot, I feel I've grown as a human being and that my perception towards life, myself and cinema has completely changed," Meenakshi plays a prostitute. She says she didn't have any qualms of taking up such a role in her debut Bollywood film. She said, "I'd like to believe that I'm a typical commercial cinema heroine and that I always felt I was more suitable for commercial roles. All my work so far in the south has been very commercial. But this was a challenging role. It was something I had not done before and I was only apprehensive thinking 'Will I be able to carry such a role without making a fool of myself?'" Although it's a role of a prostitute, Meenakshi said her director presented her "respectfully on the screen". "For this role, I was made to look five shades darker and had to wear clothes that looked least fashionable; some were even torn. I also had to ruin my Hindi and speak with an accent. Shah-ji never tried to make me look beautiful on screen, but the character I play
P Se PM Tak'
is by itself beautiful," she said. Shah had originally written the script for Madhuri Dixit, nearly two decades ago. When asked how she landed the project, Meenakshi said, "His first choice for this script was Madhuri, and he even went to her but the project didn't materialise. He told me that Madhuri inspires him." "Whenever he gets stuck with a story or with a particular scene, he'd ask himself how Madhuri would do it if she was part of the project. When Madhuri turned down the offer, he decided to cast a newcomer. He auditioned a lot girls and fate worked in my favour," she said.
Regular hair wash
SONU air are also the most important persona for both women or men , but more for women. After dressing up, the next step is hair style, specially in girls. Many trendy hair styles are in fashion for girls. Hair styles are according to occasions, which are categorised like in ordinary days, for marriages, friend’s party, office parties and family parties, and for any occasion, girls have a different in trend hair style. For any occasion females prefer a deferent hair style. So now we can say that hair styling is the most important persona of woman’s life. Another is that hair coloring, which also is in fashion for man and woman. Same as when we design hair after some time later we have to face hair problems. That’s why we now need to care for our hairs. Specially in these days because weather is changing their mood and its don’t good for the hair, speciallywith the summer season back. We all love the sun, sand and sea but the truth is Summers can have a nasty effect on our precious locks. Here are five easy hair tips and simple-to-use hair products that will keep your hair shiny and healthy without too much hassle. We all suffer from damaged hair now and then. Really, our hair has it pretty rough sometimes doesn’t it? Coloured, straightened, doused in chemicals, backcombed,
Beauty exposed to the elements... it’s enough to bring a tear to the eye – and it’s no wonder we can sometimes be left crying out for some TLC. Bring damaged hair back to its silky, healthy-looking and feeling best with our guide to ultimate hair repair.
They are many people who thrive to show their hair great but due to the change in the season or climate there drops their effort and care. Likewise, the summer season also wreak havoc on your hair, if you are not taking right precautions while enjoying the sunny hours at outdoor. So here are tips to be nurtured
Everyone must have to seek the special nurture when it comes to summer time hair care. Pollution and dust clubs with sweat tends to accumulate in the scalp, which results in hair problems. So wash your hair regularly to hold on that shine and greatness.
The powerful sun rays can easily turn the hair to brittle and dry, if you really want to escape that condition, using a mild shampoo will be one way. Do not use the hard one, though it is proven to be best in removing the dirt from your hair. Go with a mild one.
People who prefer to do deep condition in the summer days can have the clear route to jump from the mistake of making the hair sticky that caused due to the excessive sweating. Do deep conditioning to protect your hair and to retain smooth and shiny.
Drinking plenty of water during summer season not only good for the body but is good for the hair too. Water can easily replace the lost water from the body and it benefits for the hair as well.
Arrange your summer hours with the hair products that are completely born natural. Using artificial color, chemical based treatments and heat treatments will wreak havoc on the hair and make them brittle and weak. Using natural products helps the hair to be moisturized and protects as well.
Manage your hair splits
Summer is just another best time for the split ends to come up because of the inevitable dryness. These split ends simply drop the good hair looks you have polished on the hair. So manage splits through cutting them regularly when they pop out. Also make sure to apply oil like coconut oil to the hair tips after you have done with cutting the split ends.
Giving oil massage to the scalp during summer is a very good tip to follow to dump the dirt and dust out of the scalp. It is also recommended to improve the blood circulation of the scalp and to strengthen the hair roots. Try to proceed this tip before rinsing of your hair to get the smooth textured hair.
Our scalp is not less than the skin of us, it too needs the protection from sun on the name of sunscreen. Applying sunscreen to hair is a way to reserve extra protection to the hair.
RULING THE ROOST
elfie is a SELF POTRAIT photograph which is taken by hand–held cell phone or digital camera. Selfie are often shared on social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Most often the selfie are clicked by the cell phones held at the arm’s length or pointed at the Mirror. The word selfie has become very popular in the last 2 years, moreover there are many songs called ‘SELFIE’ which are very fashionable among youngsters. It is proved in a survey that there are over 1.5 million selfies uploaded on Face book, Twitter and Instagram. As we all know that wherever we go we would love to capture those moments as a memory and now it’s become
The word selfie has become very popular in the last 2 years, moreover there are many songs called ‘SELFIE’ which are very fashionable among youngsters. It is proved in a survey that there are over 1.5 million selfies uploaded on Face book, Twitter and Instagram.
as a SELFIE. There are many types of selfie’s or we can say it’s the addiction of selfie’s which make it possible to take it in any way. Such selfie’s are the duck face
Selfie,the gym Selfie, the car Selfie, Selfie with pet and among all of these POUT selfie is also in vogue nowadays, which shows the cute as well as attitude face.
everyone wants to take picture with celebrities, like there was an recent advertisement ‘Selfie with Modi’ ‘SELFIE’s with celebrities’: Autographs has become very old fashioned, now everyone wants to take picture with celebrities, like there was an recent advertisement ‘Selfie with Modi’, in this you have to take part in a contest and the selected winner would get a chance to take a picture with the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi.
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our country especially in metro city, it is growing very speedily. If we talk about Delhi late night sleep is becoming a normal life style for growing number of upper class people. Rather, it has almost become a hallmark of modern life. Delhi is known for its popular penchant for night life, that is why the national capital has so many pubs and discos which are kept open till wee hours and remain closed during day time.
and amongst individuals, and sleep is considered to be adequate when there is no daytime sleepiness or dysfunction. In invention of electricity which dramatically changed peoplesâ€™ lives, their sleep habits too went upside down. Coupled with the globalization and growing craze for emulating western culture, the naive riche adopted a bizarre lifestyle- a life
in morning. Only parties are not the only reason of late night sleep marriage party, group study, watching television, listing radio also big reason of late night sleep and awake late morning. Today we can say late night sleep is a trendy fashion young generation. Late night sleeping habit is too harmful for human body because nature has laid down rules for
late night sleep we have got vulnerable to many diseases related to sleep disorder. If we talks about diseases so we can see many type of it. The first meager harm of late sleeping falls on heart. Yes our heart is also effected by our sleep habits. Sleeping for less than six hours a night leads to 48% more chance of developing or dying from heart disease.
leep is one of the most important necessities of human life. Its importance can be understood by the fact that we spend one third of our whole life span. The sleeping is no less important food for life like eating or drinking water. The only natural elixir that repairs the body, has given many scientists sleepless nights, resulting in numerous studies which prove that sleeping hours have decreased across the globe. Human sleep needs vary by age
that starts at night, better known as late night culture In our country especially in metro city, it is growing very speedily. If we talk about Delhi late night sleep is becoming a normal life style for growing number of upper class people. Rather, it has almost become a hallmark of modern life. Delhi is known for its popular penchant for night life, that is why the national capital has so many pubs and discos which are kept open till wee hours and remain closed during day time. Visiting disco and pubs have become almost the hall marks of modern living. Remaining awake till morning is no longer a big deal for them. And this fashion is growing fast and furious. Young generation gathered at night for parties and after a night party they are awake late
every activity systematically. But the new generation trends to defy the rules of nature and thus, end up paying heavily for it like falling victims to different ailments at an young age, hitherto unheard of. Due to late night sleep we have got vulnerable to many diseases related to sleep disorder. If we talks about diseases so we can see many type of it. The first meager harm of late sleeping falls on heart. Yes our heart is also effected by our sleep habits. Sleeping for less than six hours a night leads to 48% more chance of developing or dying from heart disease. After heart disease hormones and chemicals are also affected from its habit. Disorders produce hormones and chemicals in the body that increase the risk of developing ailments.
A Hospital lying
Sheila Dixit being in power for 15 long years in Delhi, the proposed hospital continues to cry for attention till date. Delhi is boastfully described to be as ‘Dil walon ka shahar (the city of large hearted people). But, unfortunately, it has turned out to be a hogwash for a 200 bed hospital at Srisapur in northwest Delhi, whose foundation stone was laid by none other than Rajiv Gandhi himself, way back in 1983. The files are gathering dust ever since , as work on this estimated `200 crores project, is yet to take off. The land is still vacant as not even construction work has started. Interestingly, the land was ‘unofficially’ inaugurated three times before being officially inaugurated in 2008 by the then Delhi CM, Sheila Dixit, in the presence of the then Delhi’s Health Minister Yoga Nanad Shastri. “As Delhi Health Minister and Speaker of the assembly, I wanted the
of medical facilities. There are only three hospitals in this area, namely Babu Jagjivan Ram, Satyawadi Raja Harishchand and Balmiki Hospital. OR Even though the Rural Delhi, popularly called as Delhi dehat houses has three hospitals, namely Babu Jagjivan Ram, Satyawadi Raja Harishchand and Balmiki Hospital, but being known to host half the city’s population the ratio alarmingly highlights an acute shortage of medical facilities. The Health department finally opened its eyes and now according to the new master plan, by 2021 an area of 10 acres and 60 foot at least will be dedicated for 500 hundred bed Hospital. The Health department additionally will buy another 20.5 acers of land to also construct a Medical College and a Trauma Center along with
During my time ,no foundation stone for a hospital was laid unless and until all the required permission Were acknowledged during Shastri's time,a lot of foundation stones were laid for project that did not received all the clearance said Walia.
ometimes, facts are stranger than fiction. This adage is fully corroborated by the story of a hospital and the treatment meted out to its proposed construction and resumption of services. Despite having been announced by the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi around 32 years back and the Congress government under
project to start but it was stalled every time due to opposition from several quarters”, lamented Shastri. Ironically, Krian Walia who took over as the Health Minister in 2008, could not even recall the project. “They both had promised that they would ensure the hospital started as soon as possible. But what has happened is that after the official inauguration even the foundation stone have been stolen by thieves,” rues Devdutt Sharma, the RWA president of the area. The project file has been pending in the health department for clearance. There is no hospital for the vast area inhabited by dozens of villages, unauthorized colonies and densely-populated Narela. Even though this earmarked land have had boundary walls built around twice, there is no facility of light on the ground. The rural Delhi, popularly called as Delhi dehat houses, which is almost half of the city’s population face an acute shortage
the Hospital. If this is constructed it will become the first Trauma Center in Delhi dehat area and it will be of big help to patients who go to AIIMS, RML and Safdarjung Hospital. The Lieutenant Governor has given his permission to the project of 500 bed hospital. Of the 8 Medical Colleges in Delhi, 7 specially teach M.B.B.S., of which Maulana Azad Medical Hospital College and University of Medical Science (UCMS) are under the Delhi Government. “During my time, no foundation stone for a hospital was laid unless and until all the required permission were acknowledged. During Shastri's time a many foundation stones were laid for projects that did not receive all the clearances, said Walia. “As Health Minister how did she not know about this project. I have written a letter to the CM of Delhi Arvind Kejerwal and this Hospital is on my priority list. I will do as soon as possible”, local MLA Ajesh Yadav told this reporter.
THE CITY OF NEGLECT Narela in North West Delhi constituency, The area's population is about 16 millions. But if we talk about the benefits of modern facilities in this area, people have to think ten times before stepping out of their homes, as question like where to go and how keep hounding.
If we want to make Delhi a smart city than we have to convert Delhi in to a place where facilities go to the people, not the people have to go to facilities. We need that every person got all facilities that get urban residential people.
PUSHPA PAL elhi, the national capital of the world’s largest democracy, has a distinct identity and aura of its own. Being one of the four metropolitan cities of the country, Delhi is the best known Indian city internationally. Naturally then, the mention of its name flashes the image of a glittering life, elite culture, noble lifestyle and a place resplendent with all modern facilities and amenities in the mind. It is a city to be held in different perspective of life. Delhi holds hopes for millions. The city bears the spectacle of a variegated spectrum of people congregating from the remotest corners of the country, from most of the states with eyes nursing a dream of a better life. Delhi provides an insight into the inequalities that are to be glaringly found throughout the country. While a few live a life of plenty, a majority of the masses languish in abject poverty. While there are some areas in Delhi which are so far away from better life style. Outside of people to flee to Delhi in search of the good life is simple, but Delhi people have to go away from their homes for a better life and it gave a great satire on modern Delhi's identity. Every time the Government in Delhi made a promise of a new development every time. Each party to the arguments of the development work carried out during the Government’s tenure.
These are all things that the development is limited to the same areas of Delhi, which has already developed. Today, I want to show you a picture of Delhi, where the people living in Delhi have to go 20 kms away from their homes for better facilities. Narela in North West Delhi constituency, the area's population is about 16 millions. But if we talk about the benefits of modern facilities in this area, people have to think ten times before stepping out of their homes, as question like where to go and how, keep hounding. The definition of development is limited to the electricity, water and health facilities. As you may know, Narela area is a part of the North West Delhi, the area is also broadly known as the outer Delhi. The people have to go for movie mall, restaurant, Domino’s, McDonald’s, etc., from so far away from their homes. If we talk about the movie hall, in the range of 20-25 kms., this area has not a single movie hall. The area closest to the movie
hall is Pitampura and Rohini. The choice of today's young generation, McDonald’s and Domino’s food chain services branch also not available here. The nearest branch of Domino’s in Adarsh Nagar and nearest branch of McDonald’s is in Modal Town, which is so far away from Narela. Not only that the companies who promise to give their facilities to every region and every household, also don’t give home delivery in this area. That means to eat pizza and burger, people have to go there them self. That is the reason this area given a name of undeveloped area. Efficiency of modern facilities is the main reason that people don’t want to go there. The DDA allotted flats are empty but no one want to live in these flats. If we want to make Delhi a smart city than we have to convert Delhi into a place where facilities go to the people, not the people have to go to facilities. We need that every person gets all facilities that a get urban residential person get. .
Dill mil Gaye SONU ove is the most sacrosanct human feeling which has continued to inspire umpteen numbers of creative thinkers & script writers to create an epic around. There are two love birds - Muskan and Chand. Muskan is a tender, lovely and lovable girl who lives with her family. Hailing from Punjab, Muskan lives with her little brother, an elder sister and parents in a rented Pooth Kalan gramsabha in the mega city of Delhi. Muskan’s love starts on a bizarre note with a street fight. Actually she had picked up a fight with an aunty in the street, when her-love to be- Chand saw her for the first time and was floored. It was love at first sight. She was stunning in a black suit, looking gorgeous. When Chand had seen her, he loved at first site with her. Then he gave friendship proposal to a bhabhi ji but Muskan refuses his proposal. At this Chand started to follow her in market, temple and village park also. But Chand’s effort was totally waste. But Chand wasn’t to lose from this. Again he sent proposal with a threat, that if you will not accept my friendship, I will die. At this she accepted his proposal and now start their love story. They talk on phone and spent time together also. But whenever Chand’s parents asked anything he replied that he is going at plot. At this his father doubted him that he may have affair with a girl. He was thinking that Muskan or her mother knows that girl. That’s way he went to Muskan’s house to asking her about that girl. But Muskan’s father refused him and told him that you should ask your son. My daughter hasn’t any information about it. More few days spent, their life is going sweetly but every love story will not go smoothly for a long time. Yes, now comes a twist in this love story too, one day Muskan had some injury via an accident and now she was at her grandma’s house. When Chand got this news he went to meet her, but for his bad luck, Muskan’s father came at the same time. He was shocked to see Chand near Muskan. Her father was furious and he said to Chand, if he ever see him with Muskan, he will tell your father.. After this both the families was living normal smooth life. But love life came in their ways as it was a taboo for them. One day Chand’s father got a photograph and this was Muskan’s. Seeing her picture in his own house, he was sure he girl (Muskan) is involved with his son. Now he asked Chand, ‘will you marry her’. To this Chand said yes, and the June 2015
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He asked the auto to be stopped. Muskan got out of the auto and told the whole story to the uncle and explained how they reach here. Uncle helped them to stay in the Gurudwara. Next morning Chand and Muskan left the Gurudwara and reached Chandni Chowk. Here Chand arranged all needy things for a marriage like Pool Mala, Mangalsutra and vermilion. Suddenly, Chand got a text message on his mobile from his elder brother and the text message was shocking. Yes, his brother was saying that Muskan’s family registered complaint against our family. According to him you kidnapped Muskan and police arrested mummy or papa. So please come back. When Chand read it he panicked and suggested to Muskan “we should go back, after two days we will meet again than we will marry, because your father has registered police complaint against my family and police arrested my parents. So we should go back”. Though on the other side Muskan hadn’t agreed to go back home, but when they reached Chand’s family beat him very badly and hadn’t given food to him. home they realized that the meswas false. There was no Police But in Muskan home every thing isdifferent. Muskan’s mother saw sage complaint, nor any family member her she started abuse and put up so much questions. Her first arrested. It was just a trick to call Chand question to her that did you do some thing wrong with him? Where back home. And Chand’s famdid you whole night. She gave her so many swears of gods and fam- ily beat him very badly and his ily members. When she felt, that she didn’t nothing wrong then she family hadn’t given him food. send Muskan to her elder sister. But in Muskan’s home everything was different. Seeing Muskan her mother -started to abuse her and asked many questions. Her first question to her was that ‘did her sister told Muskan do not come you do something wrong with want to marry)’’; and secondly here, as him?’ ‘Where did you go the Chand’s father handed over a list she has no for Muskan in her whole night?’. Her mother and of dowry and a condition. This other family members gave her so condition was unable to accept for a house. Auto driver was observing many swears of Gods. When she father. This condition was unaccep- and asked them whole story. After listening he suggested to them that felt, that she did not do nothing table for a father, as Muskan will he and his few friends can help. wrong, she send Muskan to her have to live at Chand’s home like Chand agreed to him but Muskan elder sister, who lived in Punjab. his wife without marrying. At this had some doubt on the auto driver Muskan’s family also changed her father was furious and he told as to why will he want to help their house after this incident. Chand’s father to get out and don’t them. She was carefully thinking After this Chand and Muskan come to his house again. After this and noticing the auto driver while discontented their contact. Now incident, both families become on the other side 3 to4 auto drivChand wanted to do some work enemies. ers gathers. They were looking like for surviving their daily route. An One day Muskan called Chand scoundrel. At this she told the auto uncle offered a job to him in an for a meeting. She was very angry drive to stop the auto as they are to electronic shop in Karan Vihar. as after this incident her family talk privately. Co-incidentally this shop is in was taunting her all the timeand But he didn’t stop. Now Muskan Muskan’s street. First day at work that is why she was so irritated and Chand were afraid. After some Chand saw Muskan, she was with and told him to meet. When they time they passed nearby a Gurudhis mother. When her mother saw met Muskan beat Chand and also wara. When Muskam saw GurudChand she went back at home and abused him. Accusing him for all wara, she shouted for help and an she did not let Muskan out of the that happened, she said she leavuncle happened to hear her voice. house. Yes she came back from ing her house and going to Punjab. next day itself Chand’s father went at Muskan’s house with a marriage proposal for Muskan. But Muskan’s father did not accept the proposal, because firstly when Muskan’s father asked for her opinion Muskan replied: ‘’nahi papa mujhe shaadi nahi karani (No papa I don’t
They – spent the whole day in here, and now little darkness was coming. But Muskan wasn’t ready to go to home, but Chand stopped an auto to go home. But Maskan insisted that she wouldn’t go to her house. Instead, she call her elder sister and told her whole story, but sadly
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Punjab after 6 months. But Chand hadn’t her address and contact number, so now he and one his friend started to visit the whole street to find her new house and also for one look of her. After one week they finally find her house. One day Muskan’s father saw Chand’s friend knocking on their neighbors house, and he understand that why he came here. One day Chand got a chance to meet her and he gave her a phone. Now their conversation started again. They began to talk again. Now he told everything that what happen after that day. Muskan every day sent her share of food to him. But in a love story have so much triangles. Yes, now comes one more triangle in this story. One day some guests had come to Chand’s house,with a marriage proposal for him. But Chand treated them very rudely. At this, Yes, his family beat him again. This time he called Muskan after 4 days and told her everything. They were to meet in a Shiv Mandir and now they decided to marry. But they didn’t do it. Some more days passed and one day a marriage proposal came again, but this proposal was for Muskan. Proposal was acceptable to Muskan’s family and Muskan got engaged. When she told Chand about it, he got angry and called Muskan’s fiancé. He told him about their relationship, but he hadn’t break the engagement. At this Chand
Muskan arrested chand contact Muskan’s family to help out. But they didn’t to help. when Chand said to Muskan’s family that she was in police lookup. Her parents was socked and run for help them. Today Muskan met first time her parents after married. Now Muskan’s parents accepted Chanda as a son in low.After some time Chand’s family also accepted Muskan as daughter in law. decided to marry Muskan the next day and it was Valentine’s Day. This time they got married. After marriage when Muskan came back to house she said to her mother about marriage. On this toIt was difficult for her mother to believe that Muskan got married to Chand. But after so many swear her mother believed her. At this her mother’s was so furious and she threw out Muskan from the house. Now Muskan had only one choice, Chand, where she could go. Here Muskan’s and Chand’s love story started new chapter. Yes, now they started their married life. But they hadn’t any domestic item to start a new life, they had not nothing. Their first step of married life with lots of love. Now Chand rented a room in Nihal Vihar. One month they lived in here without any house hold things. But they were live happily with each other. I
had earlier told you that a love story has many triangles. Now here comes one more triangle. After one month Muskan cooked for the first time at home. For this occasion Chand’s friend came as Muskan’s in laws. Suddenly knock on the door and Muskan opened the door. Police was at the door and arrested Chand, his friend and Muskan, because her phone miss used by a girl who is Muskan’s neighbour. After Muskan was arrested Chand contacted Muskan’s family to help out. But they did not help. But when Chand said to Muskan’s family that she was in police lookup, her parents were shocked and agreed to help them. Muskan met her parents for the first time after marriage, and Muskan’s parents accepted Chanda as their son-in-law. After some time Chand’s family also accepted Muskan as their daughter-in-law.
Driving the BMW i8: Yowza!
eet the 21st century supercar: the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid. It’s insanely fast despite having three cylinders, not eight or twelve. On country roads you cruise in supreme comfort and quiet. The first 20 miles of your trip come from electric power. The i8 employs electric motors front and back, the gas engine in back, two transmissions, and lithium-ion batteries running through the middle of the cockpit. The body is all-carbon fiber, the fibers coming from BMW’s own hydro-powered factory. The BMW i8 is a Chevrolet Volt on steroids. It is a sports cars with an environmental conscience. The i8 wins our Editors’ Choice award as the best of the new breed of supercars.
The BMW i8 is a Chevrolet Volt on steroids. It is a sports cars with an environmental conscience. The i8 wins our Editors’ Choice award as the best of the new breed of supercars.
The toughest part about driving the BMW i8 is getting in: You have to climb over a door sill virtually even with the top of the seat cushion, while ducking under the low-slung scissor doors. To paraphrase mama, “Always wear good underwear. You never know when you’re going to the hospital, or getting out of an i8.” Once aboard, the cockpit is surprisingly roomy for a sports car other than the front-to-back tunnel that houses 217 pounds of lithium-ion batteries. It’s also very BMWlike: pushbutton start, a freestanding 8.8-inch LCD display atop the center stack, the eight programmable buttons that tune your favorite stations or call home, the beer tap-looking shifter, the Eco-Normal-Sport rocker switch, and of course iDrive.
The first eco-friendly supercar
FM bole to... Arguably the best comic reliever Baua alias Raunac in a candid conversation with ANJALI SINGH ife is full of paradoxes. We are in an age where ‘Suno nahi dekho’ (Don’t listen, see for yourself), drives every aspect of life and ‘seeing is believing’ as its credo. Someone leading you to imbibe what is contrary to it, sounds like sowing rose in the desert. But, believe me, this is what Baua nay Raunac of FM Mirchi genre has proved to have done. Radio, which acquired a singular distinction of being a lone mode of entertainment with reach crisscrossing the length and breadth of the country, continues to hold its charm; thanks largely to the splurge of the private radio stations and more particularly to the FMs. But Radio Mirchi has its own captive audiences and credit goes much to the character of Baua, whose vocal chord can lead even a blaze to burst into splits. The Radio as a means of entertainment industry, has changed the tenor of entertainment in India. As when the media was trying to spread its wings through television by launching private channels like Zee TV, Sony TV giving viewers a new trend of entertainment in the late nineties. By the new millennium year approaching Y2K, news channels like Aajtak, Star News with ABP tie up which is now ABP News have shown the new way of bringing News to Indians. Interestingly, it was the same span of time when Music lovers of India used to buy cassettes, tapes and CDs of different Bolly-
bol raha hoon... wood and private albums music series. Then it was time for the first private FM was being launched by the Radio Mirchi at Indore in the year 2000 which had indeed changed the way of entertainment in India. The private FM channels had fought for their space when first phase of private FM licenses were allocated, one could called it as the initial appetite for the Radio entertainment industry. The leading media house of the country had seriously taken the Radio as an extension of the Media. This also dipped the sales of Music cassettes and CDs. In the first phase of Radio innovation in the industry, the Media House like Times of India had launched the most successful and powerful Radio Brand Radio Mirchi with the Frequency of 98.3Hz. It was followed by another giant Media House in India today who launched the Radio channel RED FM with a Tagline
‘Asli Masti’ with frequency 93.5 Hz. After the split in Reliance, the younger brother Anil Ambani, though the first phase of Radio, took the lead and launched a Radio Channel called BigFM with 92.7 frequency, it was governed by the guidelines of Ministry of I&B with the close coordination with TRAI by defining the 10 lakhs plus populated cities. The first phase had started its Radio journey by bringing alive oldest medium of the world called RadioThats through which metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, etc., got into its first serious step towards the Radio industry. In the second phase, the Radio had launched IWTH that includes 5 lakhs plus populated cities giving Radio to tier 1, tier 2 and even tier 3 cities.
Today, Radio has become an integral part of our life, entertaining every section of people; even the Bollywood Directors and Producers today love to promote or launch their music and film through Radio channels much before their actual release. They probably had understood how to take advantage of the Radio industry. In this era of 21st century, the Radio Jockeys have become larger than life with the youth of today’s generation. Like the famous RJ Malishka of Red FM, has been the No. 1 RJ of India. Red FM programmes reflect the needs of our youth today. As the importance of Radio was growing in the market, this brand RED FM was sold by the India Today Group to Sun Group in the year of 200506 and the Sun Group after taking over
Q. How do you feel becoming a radio jockey? A. Nothing really special, it’s my job and I am paid for the work I do. I think people have a wrong perception that RJs are very cool but personally speaking, it’s a normal thing to be an RJ. Although I was very excited in the beginning of my career but after some time it became a routine work for me.
A. No, I don’t feel bad. It’s a good thing as I personally don’t feel comfortable going in the public, so it’s something positive for me.
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Q. From where did you get an idea of character called ‘baua’? A. I and my friends used to make prank calls regularly for fun, so it was just an attempt to try an experiment with Radio, and it went well on first day, then second, then third and it goes on till Tell us about your working experinow. Perhaps of the only reason that ences? we got such an overwhelming response I started my RJ journey in the year 2006 on regular base from the listeners. and now it’s been a long 9 years for me, being a part of the Radio Industry. Q. Whom you think is better ‘Baua’ or ‘Raunac’? Is Red FM your first working Radio station? No, I started my RJ career with All India A. (With a big laugh), he said “see Baua is a ‘character’ and Raunac is a ‘personalRadio (Mumbai). ity’ and (again with a smile on his face) both are not so good”. Tell us about your journey of becoming a RJ? Q. Which is your favorite hangout place in Actually! You will find it very interestDelhi? ing that I was doing my MBA and RJ course simultaneously. At that point as A. Delhi Haat. I go there frequently and let me tell you there is a Maharashtra Radio Industry wasn’t established so I corner where I eat many Maharashtrian was in two minds, then I started workdishes. ing with All India Radio (Mumbai) for once in a week. After 3 years, finally I Q. Where do you originally come from? chose become a full time A. My birth place is Mumbai. Radio Jockey.
Q. Do you ever feel bad about the fact that people don’t recognise you by face? They just connect themselves with your voice?
Q. Where did you join RED FM? A. I joined Red FM at Lucknow. Q. How many girlfriends do you have? Tell
infused a new lease of life to this brand by changing its tagline of from ‘Asli Masti’ to ‘Bajaate raho’. Today Red FM is the one of the biggest Private FM Network with 49 Radio Stations across the country. Catering to the needs of the people, the BIG FM says “aaj ke jamane kaa Radio”, this Radio channel also maintained their lead by playing full retro space which really helped them to position themselves in the Radio industry. We all must be aware of a character called Baua, he is currently a famous name of the Radio Industry and perhaps he is known to every Radio/FM listeners. I’m pleased to introduce the real man behind this funny character ‘Baua’? Know everything about Baua in the next section of the Interview of this story. us something about your last girlfriend, like her name? A. (With a naughty smile) He started counting 1,2,4,6,8…… 1, hmm …girl name …let me tell you (with a big laugh) Raunac said I may not be able to tell you about my last girlfriend as the others would get hurt. Q. Are you follower of Baba’s? A. Not exactly, but I do respect religious saints. Q. Which is your favorite Sports? A. Obliviously, Cricket. But we (Red FM) support the ICE Hockey . When I was in School, I used to play kho- kho. I never played Kabaddi. Q. How old are you? A. (With a laugh) He said “abhi last month 16 ka hua hu” Q. Are you married? A. If you think I am as popular as Sharukh Khan in Radio then yes, else it will be a ‘NO’ if it is going to decrease my Fan following. Q. Who is favorite RJ? A. RJ Mantra, Maliskha & Naved Q. Which is your favorite food? A. Sabudana Khichdi Q. Your favorite cricketer? A. Gautam Gambhir and Sachin.
Body mind & soul
Just Go For stress free you mind without leaveing your chair
on't just sit there, do something! The Amygdala, is that part of the brain that identifies danger and then signals the body for fight or flight and quite good at reacting to potential danger. A little too good, you might say. For many of us, the stressors of high-paced, nonstop modern living chronically stimulate our amygdala, thus keeping our bodies in a state we call stress. We become so locked into high alert that we remain stressed out even though no danger actually lurks around the corner. While a single stress response can be critical, chronic stress is a health hazard. Often our well-meaning leisure activities and our attempts to lower our stress levels -- such as going on vacation, a yoga class, engaging in our hobbies, or even a massage -- fail to keep our stress levels down. Why? Because, firstly, we get stressed just trying to fit these activities into our busy lives (and paying for them) and secondly the moments of relaxation we might experience often need not
cked into high lo o s e m o c e b e W in stressed a m re e w t a th alert h no danger g u o th n e v e t u o d the corner. n u ro a s rk lu y ll actua tress response s le g in s a e il h W nic stress is a ro h c l, a c ti ri c e can b health hazard.
carry over into our day-today living. So, how can you truly restore
yourself, simply and effectively, every day? Don't just do something, sit there. Right there, in your chair. After all, it's the small moments of peace through your day that make a big difference to your stress level. In my book, â€˜Shortcuts to Inner Peaceâ€™, I offer a compendium of effective relaxation techniques, of which eight practices are explained below. The first four practices you can do with your eyes open while the last four practices can be done with your eyes shut. Whether it's in your
desk chair or your recliner, just sit, relax, and restore. Setting a timer for 1-5 minutes would be helpful.
to the count of 7 and exhale your breath through your mouth, as if breathing through a straw, to the count of 8. The pairing of an exhale that is twice as long as the inhale is especially relaxing.
. Daydream by gazing out your window: I know that your teachers told you to stop staring out the window and focus on your work. But now your objective is to let your work go for a few minutes. Start with a long exhale and then let your gaze wander. Notice what's happening in the outside world. Just notice. Feel how your body relaxes as you redirect your mind away from stressful thoughts. Especially its fun to imagine a feel good fantasy like being romantic, heroic, or otherwise. Daydreaming is not only relaxing, but it can actually help boost your creativity.
Tap your body from the feet up: Use your knuckles to gently tap your way up your body. Focus your attention on the sensations. Start from your feet and move up the calves to thighs. Tap along your torso and up each arm. Use your finger tips to gently tap your face. When you redirect your attention toward physical sensations, you may notice that your thoughts subside. In Energy Medicine tapping is an important way to help relieve stress and revitalize your energy.
not see a thing. Take a moment to look at something within reach and really notice the details. Explore the color nuances, textures, shadows, the design, etc. Discover the hidden aspects of your stapler, your favorite pen, the picture on the wall or the Shell in your desk drawer. Notice how your mind redirects as you go on to explore into the micro-landscapes around you.
tem" is relaxed. So give your left brain a break, stimulate creative juices and have fun!
. Close your eyes and Listen: Listen to the sounds around you. Isolate your sense of hearing, letting yourself notice and label each sound that you hear,viz., dog barking, car honking, photocopy machine, colleagues gossiping, rain pounding, etc. Slow the spiral . Doodle -- Put pen to of stressful thinking by bringing paper and let yourself yourself fully into the present meander: Doodling is moment. Mindful listening another way to jumpclears the mind and has the efstart your creative side. Give your left brain a rest and let your fect of rebooting your system. right brain wake up. When we move our attention away from goal-directed activity during doodling, our "attention sys-
. Investigate a small object, looking for details: It's remarkable how you can look at the same objects every day but actually
. Close your eyes and breathe: Your breath is like a portable spa. It's sonatural, so ever-present, and yet we rarely think to harness its potent powers. While there are many breathing exercises to consider, I personally suggest the 4-7-8 breath, an ancient breathing pattern taught by Dr. Andrew Weil. Breathe in to the count of 4, hold your breath
. Close your eyes and imagine yourself on a fantastic vacation: Take a moment and travel back in time to a wonderful trip. Or picture a fabulous destination that you've always wanted to visit. Use details to imagine the temperature, the sights, the sounds, the smells. Replay a favorite place, detail by detail. Notice how your body responds to pleasant, relaxing thoughts, almost as if you are actually there. Take a deep breath andconsider this your "Calgon take me away!" moment.
. Close your eyes and scan your body: Start from the top of your head and "scan" down, slowly checking in with your body. As you scan, imagine warmth spreading from the top of your head, down your neck, over the shoulders, onto your arms, down your torso, down your legs, and moving out through your feet. Notice a sense of inner awareness. For example, even with your eyes closed, you are aware of your hands and feet; you can feel an aliveness within them. Allow your attention to move from "thinking" to "sensation". Use these moments to re-connect with your body and release any tension within. The body scan is a classic relaxation technique. There is a time and place for action and reaction, and there's also a place for the pleasure of stillness. You may not be able to get to the yoga mat, your barbells, or your sneakers. But you can take a moment to lean back and relax into the peacefulness of just sitting there.
AN EXCEPTIONALLY EXCEPTIONAL MEDIEVAL MART. ANJALI SINGH
Chandni Chowk (Moonlight Square) is a market that hubs with activity all through the year. The water in a pool reflected the moonlight and then flowed into a channel that flowed through the avenue.
f the national capital of the country has any place to bask in as its medieval Shopping Centre that continues to be the cynosure of all eyes even in this era of dominantly hedonistic generation, Chandni Chowk stands out as a symbol of medieval marvel. Chandni Chowk or the Moon Light Square was designed and established by Mughal princess Jahanara in 1650 and continues to be an exceptionally exceptional site as the largest trading center standing in the heart of the famously known walled city Delhi. Sandwiched between the biggest fort of the country, famed as the Red Fort or Lal Quila on one side and a recce of modish food giants like Dominoâ€™s & Mc Don-
ald complemented by the traditional Indian foodies like the Paranthe Wali Gali & Ghante Wala Halwai on the other, this place happens to be one of the very few most famous and crowded business centers of Delhi. It was originally named as Shah Jahanabad after the great Mughal emperor Shah Jehan who ruled from 1627 to 1657 got the nationâ€™s pride known as the Red fort opposite it and the biggest mosque called Jama Masjid adjacent to it. Both standing on the banks of the Yamuna with their pristine glory remaining intact. Situated opposite the Red Fort, the bazaar has several galis and each of these gali represent a specialty of the market, for example the Paranthe Wali gali is famous for its paranthas. Similarly there is jewellery lane, textile lane and so on. The market place has many historical land marks like -
the Sunheri Masjid which stand next to the Kotwali; the Fatehpur Mosque, located at the west end of Chandni Chowk and the famous Jama Masjid situated nearby.
The site was purchased by Lala Bhagirath & there is a very large market for electronics here, named after him. Just before the SBI building, is the Esplanade Road, leading to Jama Masjid. It is a well known market for camera parts & bicycles.
HISTORY OF CHANDNI CHOWK elhi the capital of India and Chandni Chowk is the life line of Delhi. Chandni Chowk has a speciality. One who walks in Chandni chowk will experience past and future at the same time e In Chandni Chowk there is a Lal quila on his one side and the metro on the other, this past and present combination is all over in Cchandni howk. There are Dominos and McDonald on one side and on the other side there is Paranthe arthe Wali Gali and Ghante Wala halwai also. Chandni Chowk is established in 18th century. In history time Chandni Chowk name was Shah Jahanabad, when the Mughal emperor established the Red Fort on the banks of Yamuna beside his newly made capital. Chandni Chowk or the Moon Light Square was designed and established by Princess JAHARNARA SHAH JAHANS in1650. Princess Jharan laid the foundation of Chandhni Chowk, which is the largest trading centre in the main street of Old Delhi. Situated opposite the Red Fort, the bazaar has several galis each of these gali represent a specialty of the market, for example the Paranthe Wali an gali famous for paranthas. Similarly there
is a jewellery lane, textile lane and so on. The market place has historical land marks like-the Sunheri Masjid which stand next to the Kotwali. The Fatehpur Mosque, is located at the west end of Chandni Chowk and the famous Jma Masjid is also situated nearby. Chandni Chowk (Moonlight Square) is a market that hubs with activity all through the year. The water in a pool reflected the moonlight and then flowed into a channel that flowed through the avenue. It is a crowded place and normally there is a maze of traffic that one has to negotiate almost every second. North of the avenue were vast gardens and one of them surrounded the glittering Jahanara Sarai, which has a plinth as spacious as that of Jama Masjid. There was the Palace of the Begum which today houses the biggest electrical market of north India, Bhagirath Palace. At the western end is the Fathepuri Masjid which was built by one of Shahjahan's wives and was the venue of public debates between Muslim theologians and Christian missionaries in the 19th century. It has a large number of galis (lanes) and a famous poet wrote about the lanes saying that "who would like to leave them". Each gali has something special about it for instance there is the Paranthe Wali gali, where people could feed on the choicest paranthas. There
are galis which house the wholesale textiles market and there is also a gali where jewellers have their shops. Chandni Chowk has a history of more than three hundred years. We started our tour at Digambar Jain Lal Mandir which is the oldest Jain temple of Old Delhi. What is today Old Delhi for us was Shahjahanabad, the capital established by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan & it remained the capital till 1857. The Jain temple was also called Urdu Mandir or Urdu Temple, from the story that the shrine was initially built for Jain soldiers in the army of the king. ‘Urdu’ meant a camp. Next to the Jain temple is the eighteenth century old Gauri Shankar Mandir devoted to Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati, built by Marathas. A few steps ahead is the SBI building which was once a British Bank and it stands on the estate of a Kashmiri dancing girl- Begam Samroo. Now the mansion & its gardens are gone. The site was purchased by Lala Bhagirath and there is a very large market for electronics here, named after him. Just before the SBI building, is the Esplanade Road, leading to Jama Masjid. It is a wellknown market for camera parts and bicycles. Further into Chandni Chowk is the entry to Dariba Kalan, which is an exclusive market for Jewellery. At the entrance stands the ‘old & famous’ Jalebi Wala. Across the road is the Central Baptist Church, one of the oldest Church in Delhi. One of the most important Sikh shrines in the subcontinent is the Gurdwara Sisganj in Chandni Chowk. It is here that Guru Teg Bahadur was beheaded in 1675, on the orders of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb on his
firm refusal to emperor’s demand to convert to Islam. The Mughal Kotwali where the Guru was imprisoned is now the Langar Hall of the Gurdwara. The blue & white fountain (Northbrook Fountain) is built on the spot where the Guru’s associates, Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Sati Das and Bhai Dyala were tortured and killed. There is now a museum on Sikh history which is named in their memory. The fountain chowk has other landmarks like the Sunheri Masjid, a three domed copper plated mosque built in 1721. It is said that Persian invader, Nadir Shah stood and witnessed the massacre of the city in 1739. Ghantewala Halwai the oldest sweetshop whose antecedents go back to royal Mughal kitchens is a few steps ahead. We take a slight detour from the main street of Chandni Chowk into the Paranthwali Gali, the street of fried bread. It is extremely popular for its fried bread (parantha) filled with a mind boggling variety of stuff: dry fruits, rabri, khurchan, chilli, paneer &and vegetables of all kind. This lane leads to Kinari Bazaar and a group of Havelis called Naughara.
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When the famous Mughal Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi and established the city of Shahjahanabad, he had the majestic Red Fort or Lal Qila, on the banks of River Yamuna. Chandni Chowk was built in 1650 AD as an accompaniment to the Fort. It was designed by Jahanara, the Emperor's favorite daughter. A large Chowk ("square") with a central pool was built at some distance from the Fort. The story goes that on a moonlit night, the new complex and the pool lay shimmering; as a result, it acquired the name of Chandni Chowk- "the Moonlit Square". Another legend says that the Chowk was named after its Silversmiths and there is a confusion of the word 'Chandi' (Silver) with 'Chandni' (Moonlight).
Young Hearts in Danger Mental stress is dangerous for young women's hearts People in their late 30s, 40s and early 50s generally face considerable levels of stress in daily life as they manage working, raising children and sometimes caring for their parents, Vaccarino said.
Vaccarino said. When under mental stress, women ages 55 and younger showed a reduction in blood flow to the heart that was three times that of oung women with heart men of the same age, according to disease may take a harder the study. hit from mental stress The difference between men and compared with their male women was smaller among people counterparts, a new study ages 56 to 64, but still women in suggests. The researchers said the that group showed a greater reeffects of psychological stress, duction in blood flow to the heart which don't show up on heart during mental stress compared with patients' regular medical tests, may men of the same age. partly explain why women with There were no gender differheart disease are more likely to die from heart attacks than are men with ences in patients 65 and older, the researchers found. heart disease. "There's a very interesting paraDuring the physical stress tests, dox concerning young women and however, men and women didn't chronic heart disease," said study show much difference in blood flow researcher Dr. Viola Vaccarino, changes to the heart, according to chairwoman of cardiovascular rethe study, which was presented on search and epidemiology at Emory Monday (Nov. 17) here at the meetUniversity's School of Public Health ing of the American Heart Associain Atlanta, Georgia. "They have tion. "Women who develop heart higher mortality and complication disease at a younger age make up rates after heart attacks compared a special, high-risk group because with men of the same age," despite they are disproportionally vulnerable having fewer risk factors for heart to emotional stress," Vaccarino said. disease, she said. People in their late 30s, 40s and In the study, 534 patients with early 50s generally face considercoronary heart disease ages 38 to able levels of stress in daily life 79 underwent a mental stress test, as they manage working, raising as well as a conventional physical children and sometimes caring for stress test, while their hearts were their parents, Vaccarino said. They being monitored. are also vulnerable to the effects of For the mental stress test, the re- depression on the heart's health, she searchers asked the patients to give said. a speech in front of a small group Physicians should be aware of of people about a real-life event that the importance of psychological they found stressful. On another stress in young and middle-age day, the patients ran on a treadmill, women with heart disease, and "ask which is a standard test for assessthe questions about psychological ing the heart's health during physistress that often don't get asked," cal stress. Vaccarino said. The researchers looked at Women with high levels of stress patients' hearts to measure any could benefit from counseling, stress reduction in blood flow to the heart reduction techniques and getting muscle itself, which is a commore exercise, she said. mon problem in people with heart "Probably the most useful disease, and which can lead to heart measure is to encourage patients to attacks. exercise regularly, because that's a The Heart scans showed "drameasure that has been shown clearly matic differences" between men to improve mental health and at the and women during the mental stress same time also physical health," test, particularly in younger people, Vaccarino said.
REFLECTS PERSONA Zindagi is Pakistani life style and family drama channel. Whatever we see on screen we want to imitate on self. And relative that it’s a new fashion or trend. But in all this we cannot forget work of embroidery.
ressing has been as integral part of a person’s persona. So, it has always been a top priority particularly for women’s famed as beauty conscious. Thus dressing style marks a continuous chain every day, every month and every year. What’s in fashion today will be worn out after few months. Same as we can call short suite out of fashion and long suite is back. After a long time same style of comes back. But now this style is back with some extra designs and work quality. Here we are talking about embroidery work on long style suite. Especially golden embroidery work because golden matches with every other color beautifully. In the markets many long suits are available. First is, styled as Anarkali, a long suite having many styles, like jodha akbar style and floor touch suite. But, in all these styles one thing is common to all embroidery work, especially golden embroidery. In long suite style, the latest trend is the one come in vogue, which is long strait suit. Yes, strait suits. This style also is associated as a popular Muslim style. And we can say, that the long strait suit coming in the Zindagi channel, caught the fancy of millions of women viewers. Zindagi is a Pakistani life style and family drama channel. Whatever we see on screen we want to imitate on self, to relate that it’s a new fashion or trend. But in all this we cannot forget work of embroidery. Because we wouldn’t like to copy all things, that’s why we do some changes in this as well. Here we add golden embroidery work to look attractive. This plays as a trick to attract customers. So now every lady, especially the young ones, wants to put on long strait suits emulating new trend style. These trendy dresses can easily be fetched from different markets across Delhi on premium prices as you like.
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Arguably Dr (Prof) Anup Kanase, a senior orthodontist and dentofacial Orthopedist the in a candid conversation with ANJALI SINGH
Dr (Prof) Anup Kanase, a senior orthodontist and dentofacial Orthopedist is head ofv the department at the Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences with 14 years experience of teaching and holding coveted positions in various dental associations and councils behind him, Dr Kanse has established himself as a renowned name in dentrisity in the medical fraternity. Dr Kanse believes in the philosophy of making changes at one’s own level to provide better service to the common man. He brought about many a change in the working and functioning of the dental associations and also in his faculty on his own single-handedly.
D Anup Kanase senior orthodontist and dentofacial Orthopedist
Where do you see Indian population with respect to maintaining his /her teeth Healthy? We have long way to go as far as the subject of good oral health is concerned in Indian population as good oral care is seen in cities only and majority of our population is in rural areas. Will you explain the orthodontics in simple word ? Orthodontics is the science of positioning teeth in a beautiful curved line (perfect smile). Put some light upon the growth of orthodontics and dental facial orthopedics in india? A lot of world class scientific conferences and programs have taken place in the orthodontics specialty like the Asia-Pacific conference we hosted recently. Five points to keep your teeth healthy ? Brush your teeth after every major meal. Visit your dentist every six months. Get the cleaning done of your teeth periodically. Eat a balanced diet. Don’t Postpone any treatment.....it will become major problem later. What change do you want in Indian dental association ? IDA needs to change with time and play a active role for the young graduates. The present office bearers at the top are manipulating the system for re-elections and no benefit is reaching the grassroots in dentistry. They have to play a important role for the masses and not for only the class. Even the Government does not take the role of IDA as seriously as it does for IMA. Is your department at par with the gobal standards In orthodontics? The department is at par with global standers and ranked no-1 in India. You have so much achievement in your life whom you want to give the credit? I want to give credit to my parents, my family & my teachers. Where is your hangout place in delhi? Any place which has good food, music and fun loving people Which movie you seen last? Hindi movie and english Godfather on cable channels....
Delhi University admission process to begin from May 28 he online admission registration to undergraduate courses of Delhi University (DU) will begin from May 28. The university will first begin online registration from May 28, and the offline registration will start from June 5. â€œThe last date for registration for both online and offline mode is June 15.
The eight centres for offline registration are Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PGDAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Lal College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College. The first cut-off will be released on June 25.
Choice Based Credit System issue won’t affect admission process Delhi University has incorporated few strong changes in the process and it seems pretty smooth as per the schedule (if implemented properly). The Delhi University admissions 2015 schedule is as follows:
The online admission registrations to Delhi University’s (DU) undergraduate courses will begin on May 28, 2015. The offline registration will be held from 5th June 2015 to 15th June 2015 in 8 different centres where one can submit the the centralized optical mark registration (OMR) forms. The centres are- Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College, Dyal Singh College, Gargi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, PGDAV College, Rajdhani College, Shyam Lal College, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College. 1st cutoff will be released on 25th June 2015. Get the first update on cutoffs only on University Express. You may get to know about the last year’s cutoffs and estimate your chances by visiting this page: Delhi University Cutoffs 2015. There will be 7 cutoff lists and 8th cutoff list will only be released in case few seats are left. If you qualify in any of the cut-off lists, you will be given three days to complete the admission formalities and pay the fees. The registration for joint entrance test for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance and Investment Analysis) and BA (Hons) in Business Economics will start on May 20 and continue till June 5, 2015. For admission to BMA and BBA the entrance test scores will have 50% weightage and class XII scores will get 30% weightage. There will be 10% weightage each for interview and group discussions. There will be no interview and GD for BA (Honours) in business economics and equal weightage (50%) will be given to the entrance and Class XII marks. The Non-collegiate Women’s Education Board admissions will commence from June 8, while admissions to the School of Open Learning will start from the first week of June. There will be no printed prospectus. Only e-prospectuses will be available on the DU website. Fitness trials for sports admissions will be made centralized. Click here to read full report about centralised fitness trials. For St. Stephen’s college, there will be an entrance test apart from the cutoff and personal interview. You may read about the same here: St. Stephen’s college to have an entrance test for 2015 admissions. University Express will keep you updated for all necessary information related to Delhi University admissions.!
elhi University on Saturday asserted that the issue of implementation of the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from the upcoming academic session will have no impact on its admission process. “We are in the preparatory phase of CBCS implementation. If UGC gives a go ahead, we are ready for that transition but it will not affect the admission process,” said DU spokesperson. The rollback of the ambitious Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) after UGC’s intervention last year had delayed the varsity’s admission process, causing discomfort to the aspirants, especially the outstation candidates. The teachers have been alleging that the varsity is violating statutory norms in the CBCS implementation. “The admission process has nothing to do with CBCS implementation. It is about syllabus about credit transfer and grading and not about admissions,” UGC had in September last year asked all central universities to implement CBCS from
the ensuing academic session following a meeting of the vice chancellors of all universities. DU had formed a sevenmember committee in December last year to propose changes in the varsity’s examination system with a view to implementing the scheme. The committee had submitted its recommendations, based on which the varsity had passed the proposal in its Academic Council (AC) of going ahead with the implementation. However, its plans were held back by the HRD ministry which questioned the VC about varsity’s preparations before doing the same. While the university has maintained an undecided stand on the issue since then, a communication was sent last week to all faculty deans asking them to start preparation of syllabus for CBCS implementation. The decision of DU came against the backdrop of a section of DU teachers submitting a feedback of 40 affiliated colleges to UGC opposing implementation of CBCS on the ground that its roll out without exhaustive deliberation would be “disastrous” for the university.
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ush for admission forms at the Art Faculty in DU’s North Campus. (HT file photo) No additional eligibility criteria, such as minimum percentage marks to qualify for certain subjects, will not be applicable in admission to Delhi University this year. Last year, after the four-year undergraduate programme was scrapped, certain colleges had specified their additional eligibility criteria. Majority of the admission guidelines for the undergraduate courses have been approved by the vice-chancellor and will soon be announced. Though admission dates are yet to be announced, officials said the admissions will be over by August 14. Though additional eligibility criteria will not be followed the colleges will be allowed certain relaxations to give advantage to girl students.
The relaxation will be capped at 3% and the college will have to inform the office of Dean Students’ Welfare along with the data of the last two years for justifying the norms. The details of the relaxation will also be uploaded on the university website. This year too, it has been strictly specified that candidates will be allowed to fill only one common pre-admission form, either online or offline. The admission guidelines also specifies that for courses where admissions are done through entrance test, separate procedures will be followed. Normally admission test is held for English, Hindi journalism, but it was not held last year. After the declaration of the cut-off, the colleges will have to admit all candidates who have percentages that meet the cut-off. “No first-come first-served policy is permitted,” an official said.
colleges to have uniform eligibility criteria
aying down the uniform criteria, DU’s admission policy for 2015-16 says no college can impose additional riders. For instance, clearing Class XII mathematics is compulsory for those seeking admission to BCom (H) or Economics (H) this year. Earlier, one college could ask for qualifying marks while another would set the cutoff at 70%. Gone are the days when students applying to Delhi University had to scan the fine print of every college prospectus to grasp the vastly different additional criteria applicable to various courses. The university has announced uniform additional eligibility criteria for its undergraduate admissions - which start from May 28 -a huge relief for aspirants weighing penalties and waivers in cut-offs. Laying down the uniform criteria, DU’s admission policy for 2015-16 says no college can impose additional riders. For instance, clearing Class XII mathematics is compulsory for those seeking admission to BCom (H) or Economics (H) this year. Earlier, one college could ask for qualifying marks while another would set the cutoff at 70%. Among other uniform criteria applicable across colleges this year is that 2.5 percentage points will be deducted from the best of four (one language and three academic subjects taught at honours level) aggregate if the subject being applied for isn’t part of it. The same will be applicable for every vocational subject included in the best of four or for every subject that is not taught at the honours level in DU, but there are a few exceptions. For instance, commerce isn’t taught in CBSE schools so accountancy will be considered an academic subject and no penalty exacted. This will come as a relief to many students with vocational subjects at the Class XII level who faced a disadvantage of up to 5 percentage points in the cut-off in previous years. However, candidates changing streams to pursue BCom and BA programme can face a deduction of up to 5% points in the best of four aggregate. Students who pursued Informatics Practices in Class XII used to face a penalty previously, but this year, DU will treat the subject as equivalent to computer science for admission to the computer science honours course. Also, an advantage of 2 percentage points will be given to those aspirants for English (Hons) and Hindi (Hons) who have studied electives in the subject at senior secondary level. Streamlining the sports admission process, the university has decided to introduce centralized fitness trials, which are qualifying tests for the final sports trials. The tests used to be conducted by the colleges individually till last year.
Quota Centralized More organised entry though sports quota in Delhi University
elhi University admissions 2015 has seen some organizational changes. The university has decided to conduct a centralized fitness test for undergraduate admissions under its sports quota. Till last year, the fitness trials were held separately. However, from this year onwards the colleges will be mandated to videograph the sports trials and upload them on their websites. Although the process is expected to witness certain
Delhi University has always produced some of the greatest sports-person and a centralised process will definitely help in improving the quality further changes but the intake will remain the same under sports quota i.e upto 5% of the total seats. Delhi University’s spokesperson Mr. Malay Neerav said, “The trials for the particular sports will be conducted by the colleges themselves. The colleges will also be mandated to videograph the sports trials and upload them on to their websites. There will be a grievance committee to look into complaints of unfair or biased process, if any.” “Delhi University has always produced some of the greatest sports-person and a centralised process will definitely help in improving the quality further” said a recent Delhi University graduate. While Delhi University is bringing some institutional changes, one can expect a smoother and easier process this year, provided it’s implemented properly.
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balancing the energies of a space to my husband. A beautiful paperassure health and good fortune. But, weight from my housekeeper, a for me it is focusing on my private magic wand from my daughtersurroundings -- my home and my in-law lays next to a picture of garden. My home and my garden my two daughters. Two turtles mirrors me and my feelings. When from two close girlfriends. I open the door leading into my • Downsize: Feng Shui says to home or walk out into my garden I let go of items and give to those am in total harmony with my space. in need. My closet is void of I feel my whole body relax and the clutter. My clothes are lined woes of the day are lifted from my up by color, casual, dressy and shoulders. formal. Here are other ways you can simplify and downsize Here are some of the simple Feng clutter in your home. Shui steps I took in my home and I think you might enjoy in yours as well. • Peace of mind: Feng Shui puts safety and comfort above all else. • Color: My color scheme is the Thousands of years ago the Feng same throughout my home. As Shui practitioners would survey I leave one room and enter anthe landscape for a family. We other I feel its flow of continuity. choose a neighborhood that proContinuity provides me with the vides me with contentment. We feeling of harmony. have an alarm system for safety. • Plants: Every room in my home Feng Shui is a 3,000 year-old has orchids and greenery, all the Chinese practice that continues same variety. I have nature surto be popular in all cultures rounding me. This gives me joy to this day because we are all and extra oxygen. searching for harmony. Consider • Clutter-free: Feng Shui taught making it a part of your life so me that clutter sets me up for you can work to simplify your failure. I have simplified my desk life and "SIMPLY BE”. with no paper clutter. I have meaningful objects that make me very happy. Fresh flowers are always on my desk. A picture of
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