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Greatest blessings come with Patience

It was patience and persistence that helped Millind Gaba make it big. By Team Viva He swayed millions of heart with his new single Zindagi Di Paudi and is riding the crest of success. But it has not been an

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Time to acknowledge challenges and fear : Dia Mirza

Actress Dia Mirza says humans constantly try to protect themselves rather than acknowledge the challenges and painful experiences that others face. She tells Chahak Mittal how her new web series Kafir helped her change her perspective on life What if

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Redefining Thailand using Tourism

Young social entrepreneurs are using the language of tourism to redefine the contours of the Thai economy, identity, outlook and culture They could be rebels but they chose to be who they are, not ashamed or diffident or overtly proud,

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Time to Address the Plight of Doctors, Apolitically

While the politicisation of the Bengal junior doctors’ stir is regrettable, we must address their plight legally Beyond the politics, there is a crucial issue that the protesting junior doctors of Bengal, who are standing up for a colleague beaten

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Is the Time Right for India’s own Space Station?

India wants to establish its own space station but are we getting a bit too ambitious with our programmes? For a country that often seems isolated from the global scientific community, India has had some remarkable scientific successes. The country’s

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MERCEDES-MAYBACH: THE ULTIMATE CAR

Mercedes-Maybach stands for the ultimate in exclusivity and individuality. The luxury brand combines the perfection of the MercedesBenz S-Class with the exclusivity of Maybach. Now the top model from Mercedes-Benz is even more refined. A new radiator grille, optional two-tone

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Countryside Japan transitions from Heisei to reiwa period with a fine balance between Culture and economy

Long term Japan resident Sanjeev Sinha helps in global awareness of Japanese culture Japan a collage of tradition and technology For the first time in modern history the Japanese empower has decided to resign leading to a change from Heisei

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Russian Embassy: A Russian – Indian Evening

Great music, good food aplenty, guests from different walks of life and the underlying bonhomie between our two countries made for a memorable Russia Day Classical music that was zesty and foot- tapping wafted through the air at the Russian

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Places to Strike your Hunger

Café Delhi Heights presents Back to School menu curated by Shirin Batra and chef Ashish Singh. Take your pick from triangular jam paranthas to bread rolls, chocolate brownie and rainy day box. Price: Rs 700 plus taxes(for two) Date: June

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