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  • Happiness is within you —- Teresa King

    Have you ever wondered why some people wake up in the morning as chirpy as the busy birds outside the window? While others wake up grumpy. Ever wonder why some people seem happy most the time, while others are withdrawn, sad, depressed or bitter?

  • Transition to new needs monitoring

    After a long period of experimenting with liberal cosmopolitanism—whose outcome was not all regressive —India is attempting to once again blend modernity with a sense of cultural rootedness. There have been excesses that have accompanied the recovery of socio-cultural self-esteem. However, overall, the real challenge before the nation is to channel this ongoing recovery of self in positive and constructive directions. This year promises to be interesting in that respect.

  • Bhopal: Prolonged illness drives trader to suicide

    BHOPAL: A furniture trader committed suicide by hanging himself at his shop located at Ahmadpur under Bagsewania police station on the eve of New Year on Saturday. He was depressed due to prolonged illness.

  • Mumbai: Major decline in the number of drunk drivers on NYE

    Mumbai : It may be no wrong to say that Mumbai stepped into 2017 in a ‘relatively sober’ mode as compared to the previous years. There has surprisingly been a remarkable decline in the number of drunk drivers on the New Year’s Eve this year.

  • Bhopal: Open library launched for book-lovers

    BHOPAL: School for happiness and Daksh Solution together organised the inauguration ceremony of ‘Share my Book’ open library on Sunday at Hanuman Mandir in Professors Colony. Researcher Sangeet Verma and Neha Tiwari inaugurated the library.

  • Bhopal: 1,000-year-old Hasyachoodamani is still a contemporary satire

    BHOPAL: Written by Mahamatya Vatsraj in 11th century, a Sanskrit prahasan (satire) ‘Hasyachoodamani’ was staged in Bundeli dialect at Shaheed Bhawan on Sunday, the fourth-day of eleven-day-long festival Vihan International Festival of Art (VIFA).

  • Bhopal: Municipal Corporation hosts self-employment fair

    Burhanpur: Municipal Corporation (MC) organised a self-employment fair on Saturday to provide employment opportunities to the youth. All the department heads along with the staff members took part in the fair.

  • Bhopal: Sneh Sammelan held at Kanya Umavi

    Dharampuri: Kanya Umavi held Sneh Sammelan on Saturday where additional district and sessions judge KS Bariya was chief guest.

  • Bhopal: Self-employment and bank fair held in Gurjar building

    Burhanpur: A self-employment and bank fair was held in Gurjar building here on Saturday. Women and child development minister Archana Chitnis was chief guest. Addressing the gathering, Chitnis said, “The government has come up with various schemes for the unemployed to make them independent.”

  • Bhopal: VIFA walk for environment

    An initiative to encourage and promote sensitivity towards environment, a Climate Walk was organised on Sunday morning by Vihaan International Festival of Arts (VIFA).  A large number of students and youngsters of the city joined the walk along with artists who participated in VIFA. The walk started from boat club at around 8am and moved towards TT Nagar Stadium passing through Aksahwani, Polytechnic Square, Banganga, Roshanpura Square, reaching the stadium at T.T.

  • Going green: Mumbai gets CNG kits for two wheelers

    Mumbai : In a bid to benefit city’s 36 lakh two-wheelers to opt for an ecofriendly fuel, Mahanagar Gas Limited, on Sunday, launched CNG kit for two wheeler.

  • Give 7,700 crore for Mumbai’s Muslim wards, says Owaisi

    Mumbai : Coming down heavily on the BJP-Sena government, both in centre as well as in corporation, Asaduddin Owaisi, AIMIM party president,  on Sunday alleged that the ruling party’s have failed to facilitate the Muslim citizens of the city. The party will be contesting from 50 seats across the city for the civic polls.

  • Indore: Back to annual exam system, DHE invites suggestions

    Indore: The department of higher education (DHE) has sought suggestions from principals of government and private colleges in the state by January 5 for doing away with semester system and re-introducing annual exam system.

  • Mumbai: Civic body likely to pass 80 proposals in the next AGM

    Mumbai :  In a yet another instance, Shiv Sena is all set to take benefit of its majority in the civic body’s Standing Committee as the ruling party is likely to approve more than 80 proposals in the next general body meeting. This would be for the third time, wherein the Sena would be clearing huge number of development proposals worth thousands of crore, within a few minutes.

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