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Ease your pains with the best yoga moves

Yoga provides all kinds of goodness for the body and mind. Its ancient practice that promotes holistic living through a combination of postures and breathing techniques has found widespread favour across the world. Yoga provides side-effect free remedies for curing many daily health problems. Some of the major health problems can be easily treated with yoga         ... Read More »

Carnation – the fairest of the season!

“Of trembling winter, the fairest flowers o’ th’ season Are our carnations…,” wrote William Shakespeare. If you are born in the month of January, carnation, considered “the fairest of flowers of the season”, is your flower. Flushed with prettiness, sweet fragrance, splendid hues and good luck, this January flower has fascinated and inspired many great souls and romantic at heart. Grown ... Read More »

The pleasures of a good video game horizon See those mountains?

There’s a wind farm being built just outside of Brighton. It’s a huge project and so it seems to be taking forever. And at the same time, it seems to be moving ludicrously fast, a vast ship zipping back and forth across the edge of the sea, leaving silver stilts in its wake – the poles which will soon be ... Read More »

These Digital Entertainment Junkies are Out to Conquer the World

Entertainment is the fourth sine qua non added to the popular slogan of our socialism – food, clothing and shelter (Roti, Kapda aur Makaan). While smartphone actually outsmarted the ‘idiot’ box in recent past as the primary screen for entertainment, the 4G roll-out reinforced digital to be the new mass entertainer. What begins now is the democratization of digital entertainment ... Read More »

10 Tips for Looking into the Future of Your Small Business

Small business owners have to constantly look toward the future in order to retain long-term success. This means keeping an eye on tech trends, finding the best times to make investments and adjusting your marketing efforts. For more on looking to the future of your small business, check out these tips from members of the online small business community. Evolve ... Read More »

The Only Marketing Strategy You Need

Marketing and promoting your business should be an ongoing process. A good marketing strategy is the scaffold that allows your business to grow because marketing should be an ongoing process. It can be easy to become confused or lost. Gain control with this guide to what a fantastic marketing strategy should be. Imagine several helium filled balloons, all bobbing about ... Read More »

Clamour for rate cut by the RBI rises after wholesale inflation falls

India Inc. on Friday called for an easing of the monetary policy by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in line with June’s deceleration in the country’s annual rate of inflation based on wholesale and retail prices. Corporate India’s calls for a reduction of key lending rates comes after Friday’s data from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry showed that ... Read More »

“Triphala is one of the most effective Ayurvedic herbs”

In India, for the launch of the world’s first ever Genomeceuticals range of products, Dr Dan Gubler, chief scientific officer, Unicity, feels good health is the right combination of nutrition, exercise and science-based supplementation. Diet Modern diet is bad. It is loaded with processed and fast food. When it comes to diet, one should steer clear of simple sugar. A healthy diet is ... Read More »

The best mental strategies to power through pain

YOUR QUADS SCREAM as you power uphill during a Tough Mudder. Your traps quiver in the last minute of today’s AMRAP. You deadlift to the point of passing out. And, let’s face it: If you’re not at least mildly uncomfortable during your workout, well, why’d you bother showing up? Pain is impossible to ignore—as soon as we feel something hurt we’re wired ... Read More »

The U.S. is one of the world’s laziest countries — and it’s making us fat

Many Americans are downright lazy. And it’s making us fat. That’s among the findings of a study by Stanford University researchers using step-counters installed in most smartphones to track the walking activity of about 700,000 people in 46 countries around the world. Scott Delp, a professor of bioengineering who co-led the research, told the BBC the “study is 1,000 times larger than any ... Read More »