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    Lakha Sidhana is a youth icon, known for his social work

    Behind the scene, Sidhana, is the president of Malwa Youth Federation Meet Lakhbir Singh aka Lakha Sidhana, a perfect role model for the youth of his age because of his vision and goal in life, which is to promote humanity among citizens of India. Sidhana spreads his message of humanity through his motivational videos on social media, including Facebook and Instagram. Internet and social...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    Top 5 Whey Protein Brands in India 2021

    It is extremely important that you choose the right brand so that you can be assured of the quality of whey protein powder While choosing a whey protein powder for you, it is extremely important that you choose the right brand so that you can be assured of the quality of whey protein powder. If you are confused about the choice of the brand, this article will help you as it has a curated list of the 5 best...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    Join the dots to find the answer

    Ever been at a crossroads and wondered how to proceed? Joining the dots with the aid of a self-help book could be the answer! Despite there being a great deal of ambiguity surrounding the self-help genre, author Shivesh Goel took a leap of faith and penned Find Dots Join Dots- To Solve Your Problem. "Being a habitual contemplator, I stumbled upon a fantastic technique of finding the root cause of problems to...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Adding value to home

    Homemakers are getting increasingly recognised for the unpaid domestic services they render to their families. Hopefully, the Supreme Court's recent statement that the value of a housewife's work at home was no less than that of her office-going husband, will now acknowledge and appreciate the invaulable service a homemaker does for her family While reading out the reparation terms in the case of a couple who died...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Nutrition experts help you meet your weight loss and health resolutions for 2021

    The Mediterranean diet has been voted 'the healthiest diet to follow in 2021', followed by Dash and Flexitarian The pandemic has brought home to us as never before the truth of the adage 'We are what we eat'. It has prompted us to take a close look at our diets. The Mediterranean diet has been voted 'the healthiest diet to follow in...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    An inexperienced team makes history

    Cricket fans will remember 19 Jan, 2021 as the day Indian team proved it's no pushover In cricket, the game is not over until the last ball is bowled. A team without the big guns -Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Shami, R. Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Hanuman Vihari and K.L. Rahul - pulled off a stunning victory against Australia in the fourth and final Test in Brisbane to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy....

    • 12 hrs ago
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    A behind-the-scenes look into the mad ad world

    The novel based on the advertising world was produced in a unique way, making it a World Record contender The lockdown necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic gave people the chance to do interesting things, out-of-the-box things, and allowed free flow of creativity. It brought three-times author Aryani Banerjee and debutant writer Tapas Gupta together to pen, or rather type, The Mad Ad Years, billed...

    • 13 hrs ago
  • Headlines

    Farm reforms much-needed, repeal won't help: SC panel

    The farmers' unions even made it clear they would not talk to any committee members, after which Mann recused himself from the panel New Delhi: Under sharp attack from the protesting farmers' unions for their "pro-government" public stand on the three contentious agricultural reform laws, members of a panel set up by the Supreme Court to resolve the crisis said Tuesday...

    • 24 hrs ago
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    Handle Nepal with sensitivity

    A wobbly Nepal invites undue foreign attention, and the Modi government has not been sensitive enough to this aspect The inability of Nepal foreign minister Pradeep Gyawali - who was on a three-day visit to New Delhi last week to attend the sixth meeting of the India-Nepal Joint Commission - to call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in spite of his request for a meeting is in an indicator that India does not regard...

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    Anand K. Sahay | Biden has tough task, to keep autocrats in check

    Biden will no doubt be deeply conscious that he comes in as the chief at a deeply corroding moment in American life The aftereffects of the attempted "insurrection" at the US Capitol in Washington on January 6, which have turned American society and politics upside down, may be expected to reverberate worldwide. The impact of signal events is not confined to particular...

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