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Embrace yoga for better <strong>life</strong>, PM Modi says

Embrace yoga for better life, PM Modi says

21 Jun 2016

Chandigarh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to embrace yoga for better physical and mental health as he led thousands here today morning to mark the second International Yoga Day.

Narendra Modi,   Yoga Day,   International Day of Yoga,   International Yoga Day,   Second International Yoga Day,   Latest Nation News ,  
Make yoga integral part of <strong>life</strong>, says President Mukherjee on second International Yoga Day

Make yoga integral part of life, says President Mukherjee on second International Yoga Day

21 Jun 2016

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee today urged people to make yoga an integral part of life as it promote better health and brings harmony.

Second International Yoga Day,   yoga,   Yoga Day,   President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   Latest Nation News,  
Gulberg massacre:  11 of 24 convicted get <strong>life</strong> imprisonment

Gulberg massacre: 11 of 24 convicted get life imprisonment

17 Jun 2016

Ahmedabad: Calling the Gulberg massacre as the "darkest day" in the history of civil society, a special SIT court here today sentenced 11 convicts to life imprisonment in the case of burning alive of 69 people, including former Congress MP Eshan Jafri in the 2002 post-Godhra violence.

Gulberg massacre,   Gulberg society,  Gulberg Society massacre,  Lok Sabha member,   Congress,   Ehsan Jafri,   Gujarat Riot,   State news,  
The new anthem of Savdhaan India is gaining popularity in leaps and bounds

The new anthem of Savdhaan India is gaining popularity in leaps and bounds

15 Jun 2016

New Delhi: There is a famous saying in Hindi, ‘Kar Bhala toh ho Bhala’, means ‘Good deeds always pays off’! But in this modern era, it is very difficult to rely on famous sayings or idioms that deal with humanity. It is believed that those who keep practical approach towards life shield themselves from probable misfortunes. Also, in this age, Television has become an integral part of every individual and every programme aired on television carries a social message.

Savdhaan India,   Life Ok,   Crimes,   Crimes in India,   Television serial,  Savdhaan India new,   Anthem Entertainment news,  
Lucky to have Divyanka as my real <strong>life</strong> partner: Vivek Dahiya

Lucky to have Divyanka as my real life partner: Vivek Dahiya

12 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Actor Vivek Dahiya, who is tying the knot with TV star Divyanka Tripathi next month, says he is lucky to have the actress in his life.

Vivek Dahiya,   Vivek Dahiya show,   divyanka tripathi,   yeh hai mohabbatein,   kavach,   mona singh,   television news,  
Muhammad Ali’s <strong>public</strong> funeral to take place on Friday in Louisville: Spokesman

Muhammad Ali’s public funeral to take place on Friday in Louisville: Spokesman

05 Jun 2016

Scottsdale (US): A public funeral procession and memorial service for boxing legend Muhammad Ali will take place in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, a family spokesman said.

Muhammad Ali,   Muhammad Ali dead,   Former US,   President Bill Clinton,   Billy Crystal,  Bryant Gumbel,   Sports news ,  
Monsoon hits Kerala; heavy rains claim one <strong>life</strong>

Monsoon hits Kerala; heavy rains claim one life

08 Jun 2016

Thiruvananthapuram: Monsoon today hit Kerala with heavy rains claiming the life of a 36-year-old man following a landslip in Idukki district.

Monsoon,   Monsoon in Kerala,   Heavy rains,   Rains,   Latest States News,  
Regular yoga may improve <strong>life</strong> of cancer survivors: Study

Regular yoga may improve life of cancer survivors: Study

07 Jun 2016

New York: Practising yoga regularly may help cancer survivors sleep better and have an improved quality of life, a new study suggests.

yoga,   advantages of yoga,   cancer survivors,   cancer,   health,   health news,  
<strong>Public</strong> funds misused for Modi government's celebrations: Mayawati

Public funds misused for Modi government's celebrations: Mayawati

27 May 2016

Lucknow: BSP supremo Mayawati today flayed the Centre for "misusing public funds" to celebrate the completion of two years of the Narendra Modi government and said, it should have been used for the welfare of the poor and deprived sections of the society.

2nd anniversary,   Public funds,   Modi government celebrations,   Mayawati,   BSP supremo,   Latest Nation News,  
Not many habitable planets can harbour <strong>life</strong>: Scientists

Not many habitable planets can harbour life: Scientists

26 May 2016

London: Fewer than predicted planets may be capable of harbouring life because their atmospheres keep them too hot, researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, have revealed.

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