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Truth always finds its way

Sunday, 19 Feb 2017 | Sant Rajinder Singh | in Agenda

When we are truthful in all our dealings, we have nothing to fear and nothing to hide. Spiritual progress depends on stillness of mind, free of mental entanglements and attachments, writes Sant Rajinder Singh Those who seek spiritual attainment gain a respect for the quality of truthfulness. In daily life we...

We are looking for a magic mantra

Sunday, 19 Feb 2017 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

If you really have faith in God, choose your duties well and follow dharma while shouldering your responsibilities. Your pains and sufferings will progressively reduce, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI Life is a struggle, as we all know. Yes, we find pleasures too but their percentage is a lot less unless we...

Briefly Speaking

Sunday, 19 Feb 2017 | Agencies | in Agenda

First Born May Be Brighter Than Siblings If you happen to be your parents’ firstborn, take heart for there’s reasons to be more optimistic than being the favourite child as assumed. As per a new study by the University of Edinburgh, first-born children do reap the benefits of being the number...

purifying aura

Sunday, 12 Feb 2017 | Yogi Ashwini | in Agenda

One can perform Nadi Shodhnam Pranayama to awaken the primal energy of the body and have supernatural experiences, explains Yogi Ashwini There is mention of the churning of the celestial ocean by the Gods and demons in the vedic texts. The ocean was churned to obtain the divine nectar or amrit,...

Duties should be enjoyed

Sunday, 12 Feb 2017 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

They have been assigned to us for our benefit and betterment, says Ajit Kumar Bishnoi In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna laid emphasis on performing one’s duties. If this is the case, then shouldn’t we try to make them enjoyable? Theoretically, this may make a lot of sense but how do...

Briefly Speaking

Sunday, 12 Feb 2017 | Agencies | in Agenda

The World’s smallest pacemaker The world’s smallest pacemaker, which is about as big as a large vitamin capsule and provides the most advanced pacing technology, has been successfully implanted for the first time in a patient in the US, scientists say. The pacemaker is for patients with bradycardia, a condition characterised...

The detached businessman

Sunday, 05 Feb 2017 | Radhanath Swami | in Agenda

If one imbibes spiritual principles, business will never be a cause of any problem. Economic activities will lead to holistic transformation, says RADHANATH SWAMI There was an economist and sociologist about a century ago, a German called Max Weber. His theory was that capitalism today is flawed because it is devoid...

Don’t try to prove others wrong

Sunday, 05 Feb 2017 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

Be wise and deal with problems with patience and personal example of good behaviour, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI Such an attempt mostly ends up in being counterproductive. Invariably, people refuse to accept that they are in the wrong even though it may be quite apparent. This is due to many reasons,...

Briefly Speaking..

Sunday, 05 Feb 2017 | Agencies | in Agenda

This Hormone Triggers Fat Burning Scientists have identified a brain hormone that can trigger fat burning in the gut. Researchers from The Scripps Research Institute in the US found a brain hormone that specifically and selectively stimulates fat metabolism, without any effect on food intake. The findings, published in the journal...

Finding direction in the sea of lfe

Sunday, 29 Jan 2017 | Sant Rajinder Singh | in Agenda

Spend some time to decide the direction in which you wish to go. If you want to discover your soul, you need to allot time for it, says SANT RAJINDER SINGH Are we adrift in the sea of life, cast about from one turbulent problem and crisis to another? How can...

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