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  • Indore: Cycling away from gadget addiction

    Indore: With kids spending most of their times hooked to tablets and electronic gadgets, Shaikh family decided to bring a turn in their life by changing a family trend. “Gadgets are important and essential to survival today, but they also create a distance in family members, which is not good,” hotelier Zafar Shaikh said. Worry…

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  • Awareness on Sanitary Pads: Social media posts not enough to break taboo

    Indore: With awareness campaigns on sanitary napkins and related misconceptions trending on social media, women and men are found equally enthusiastic about discussing its importance and uploading photos with sanitary pads to break the taboos and support women. Going a step further, some activists are even questioning government on tax enforced on sanitary napkins and…

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  • Indore: Rekindle love with ‘jadu ki jhappi’ today

    Indore: The famous ‘jadu ki jhappi’ that can heal a destroyed soul in no time, often brings magic to human relationships. All it requires is starting the day with a warm hug to rekindling the romance; and surely, it is not limited to couples. Chatting about the magical effects of hugs in their relationships on…

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  • Indore: Rewarding treasure of coins to interact with history & the world around

    Indore: Taking up as a hobby in childhood, collecting and documenting coins has become a passion for 49-year-old businessman Raj Bhadur Singh Gyanee. Spending time, resources and energy to gather coins brings him joy. Sharing his journey, Gyanee said, “Unlike this smart generation, I come from the time when kids fancied and also, treasured every…

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    Indore: Girls proposing boys, a changing trend

    Indore: Taking little steps towards bringing change in the society, women are becoming bolder and men prefer confident and independent women. Though the change is slow, but it is turning around the idea of male-domination in relationships.  One such beautiful turn can be seen is in proposals. Women overcome their shyness and propose the man…

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  • Indore: Beating the stress creatively for academic success

    Indore: Beating the stress before Board examinations, students take up various activities instead of digging themselves in a pile of books. Sharing their unique ways, two students Nandini Agrawal and Ishika Sharma talked about various tricks to relax and lead the way to success. Being top in class and their batch was not easy for them,…

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  • Health and Wellness: Males too fall victim to breast cancer

    Indore: Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer in India and it commonly affects females in our country. However, one per cent of males fall victim to breast cancers. Sharing statistics and details about male breast cancer, oncologist Dr Digpal Dharkar said, “Male breast cancer is becoming more common because same genes…

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  • Indore: Inspire your Heart with Art Day

    Indore: Adding emotions to life with its beauty, art affects people of all age-groups whether in the form of creative lines on canvas or pleasing music with emotive movements. Celebrating art and its value to human life, Inspire your Heart with Art Day brings people closer to life. While everyone enjoys art, some have been…

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  • Made in Heaven: It shows love gifts life, fight costs it

    Indore: Love, when true, gives strength and makes even an ordinary person, a courageous warrior. Among those few who have experienced the power of love, 30-year-old dance trainer Archana Modi and 31-year-old businessman Pravin Sighania believe love leads to life, while fighting costs life. Sharing their story, Archana said, “We met about 15 years ago,…

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  • Indore Human Dynamo: Dancing to the end of live

    Indore: Pursuing her mother’s dream, 12-year-old dancer daughter Muskan Sharma created a kind of history in her family as she made it to the top seven at national dancing show ‘Super Dancer 2’ bringing laurels to the city. Though the road ahead to the first position is obviously hard her undying will and supportive parents…

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  • Indore: Human Dynamo: The beautiful mixture of opposites

    Indore: Picking out the best of each parent, twins share birth-date but rarely share the same interest and skills. Utilising the best of their abilities and making it work for their benefit, this pair is entertaining and inspiring for those wondering about success. Born and brought up in a mixed background of art and business,…

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