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  • ऐसे जिएं 100 साल तक

    on May 20, 17 • in Health, Magazine Issues • with No Comments

    दुनिया के कई देशों में 2030 तक लोगों की औसत आयु बढ़ जाएगी, कुछ जगहों पर तो ज्यादातर लोग 90 साल से भी लंबा जी सकेंगे. लेकिन इसके लिए वैज्ञानिकों और नीति निर्माताओं को मिल कर कुछ कदम उठाने होगे.  मेडिकल जर्नल लैंसेट में छपी एक बड़ी स्टडी में बताया गया है कि 2030 तक दक्षिण कोरिया के लोग दुनिया में सबसे लंबा जीवन जी रहे होंगे. यह भी लिखा है कि विकसित देशों में लंबा जीवन जीने वालों में अमेरिका सबसे पीछे होगा. इस स्टडी में विश्व के 35 विकसित और विकासशील देशों के

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  • Baahubali 2 beats Dangal

    on May 20, 17 • in Magazine Issues, Other Story • with No Comments


    The biggest money-maker among Hindi films in the country is not a Bollywood movie any more, but a Telugu film’s Hindi-dubbed version Among its many achievements, the S S Rajamouli-directed Baahubali: The Conclusion now has the distinction of being the highest collecting Hindi language film. At Rs 392 crore (Rs 3.92 billion) (net, after tax), the Hindi dub of the Prabhas and Rana Dagubatti starrer has beaten the record set by Aamir Khan’s December 2016 blockbuster, Dangal, which made Rs 387 crore (Rs 3.87 billion) in its lifetime at the domestic box office. With this,

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  • I can help keep the game clean : Sehwag

    on May 20, 17 • in Magazine Issues, Sports • with No Comments

    “I don’t remember meeting anyone unknown in the hotels because it’s my choice. If my friend comes to meet me, then I ensure that the friend comes and his friend doesn’t come along. (Similarly) if someone related to me comes to meet me, I ask him not to bring along anyone else. It’s all about player’s awareness,” Former swashbuckling batsman Virender Sehwag said on Friday it was up to the individual players to keep away from activities such as betting and spot-fixing after the scourge resurfaced during the ongoing Indian Premier League on Thursday. The

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  • घरेलू हिंसा की चपेट में आधी आबादी : हर चौथी महिला घर में हिंसा की शिकार होती है हिन्दुस्तान में

    on May 20, 17 • in Human Rights, Issue, Magazine Issues • with No Comments

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    हम खूब महिला दिवस मना लें, लेकिन सच तो यही है कि हिन्दुस्तान में महिलाएं न घर से बाहर सुरक्षित हैं, न घर में सर्व-म्मानित. हाल ही में  परिवार स्वास्थ्य सर्वेक्षण के नतीजे जारी किए गए हैं. इन नतीजों में तमाम मानक तो यही कहानी पेश कर रहे हैं. यह सर्वेक्षण खुद भारत सरकार पूरे देश में करवाती है. पिछला सर्वेक्षण (तीसरा) 10 साल पहले 2006 में आया था, 2016 में इसके 17 राज्यों के परिणाम ही जारी किए गए थे, अब यूपी को छोडक़र लगभग सभी राज्यों के परिणाम आ गए हैं. इससे पूरे

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  • India gets the first feel of Trump’s America First

    on May 20, 17 • in Issue, Magazine Issues • with No Comments

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi happens to be only the second world leader with whom US President Donald Trump spoke with after the inaugural on January 20. The conversation took place on January 24, two days after Trump spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Presumably, a long ‘waiting list’ lies on Trump’s table. At any rate, do not feel flattered. The White House readout of the conversation with PM Modi makes sombre reading. The purple prose characteristic of the halcyon days under the last two US presidencies is absent. The readout is completely devoid of

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  • Most common Home Loan problems faced by borrowers in India

    on May 20, 17 • in Magazine Issues, Other Story • with No Comments

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    Getting a home loan is a lengthy procedure. However simple it might look in the bank’s advertisement, the fact remains that there are a lot of hiccups in the entire process. Here are the 7 most common problems faced by home loan borrowers in India. Each problem is discussed in detail and appropriate remedies are mentioned along with it. The objective of this article is to ensure that your home loan becomes a hassle-free experience. 1 Rejection at the first stage Strange but true, many of the home loan applications do not pass even the

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  • मीडिया के समानान्तर खड़ा सोशल मीडिया

    on May 20, 17 • in Magazine Issues, National • with No Comments

    देश की नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार की सिग्नेचर टैग लाइन है मेरा देश बदल रहा है की ही तरह क्या इन दिनों वास्तव में देश के प्रजातंत्र का चौथा प्रहरी कहलाया जाने वाला मिडिया भी में बदल रहा है, या मीडिया में हो रहे परिवर्तन के ये संकेत इस बात की ओर इशारा कर रहे हैं कि अब परंपरागत मीडिया के दिन लद रहे हैं और आधुनिक मीडिया में  भीजो परिवर्तित हो रहा है वह देश को डिजिटल इंडिया की ओर ले जाने की राह मजबूत कर रहा है. प्रजातंत्र के इस चौथे प्रहरी में आ

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  • Viable Alternative to the Death Penalty

    on May 20, 17 • in Issue, Magazine Issues • with No Comments

    Since the Supreme Court upheld the death sentence to the four remaining convicts in the Delhi bus rape of December 16, 2012, there have been two categories of extreme reaction from the public – one is the cheerleading of the death penalty, and the other is disgust that such a punishment continues to exist. Among those who believe the death penalty is wrong, there are three kinds – those who take issue with the arbitrariness with which a crime is deemed “rarest of rare”, those who worry about the innocent being punished with death, and

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  • I’ve special association with tea : Modi

    on May 19, 17 • in International, Magazine Issues • with No Comments

    ‘I have a special association with tea’ was how Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an instant connect with the Tamil community members in Dickoya in the tea-growing Central Province of Sri Lanka. Modi, while addressing thousands of Tamils at a rally in the presence of Lankan President Maithripala Srisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, also invoked ‘chai pe charcha’, saying it was not just a slogan but a ‘mark of deep respect for the dignity and integrity of honest labour’. He lauded Ceylon tea, saying it was world famous but what was lesser known was

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  • Trouble for Gandhis

    on May 19, 17 • in Magazine Issues, Other Story • with No Comments

    National Herald

    The Congress on Friday suffered a jolt in the National Herald case as the Delhi high court refused to stay the income tax proceedings against Young Indian Pvt Ltd, whose major stakeholders are party president Sonia Gandhi and her son and vice president Rahul. “We are not inclined to entertain your writ petition. It is better that you withdraw it and approach the income tax assessing officer,” a bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Chander Shekhar said. The order makes it clear that the income tax proceedings will continue in the case. The court also

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