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Are you Manly enough to be a MAN!!!

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There’s much ado about how to be a ‘manly’ man: The one who flaunts physical strength, smokes his lungs out and takes women to be second to him… But remember, the real manly man is in being huMAN. A Harley Davidson won’t drive you through the jam-packed city roads. But …

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Destinations to Celebrate “the Complete Man” in You

Turkey holiday packages

If the self-proclaimed custodians of culture have a hundred ‘dos’ for the fairer sex to fit into the mould of an ideal woman, they have a hundred ‘don’ts’ for the opposite sex to “be a not-so-real man”… a superman tougher than steel… a He-Man (pun intended) braver than gods of …

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Happy Children’s Day

A bundle of unstoppable energy, childhood is at its best only when it’s unrestrained. From posing questions that can throw you in a tizzy to coming up with answers that can drive you crazy, children will be children. And we love them for being so!

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Six Small-town Kids who made it Big in Bollywood

Amitabh Bachchan

Would you believe there’s some connection between the city of Bareilly and the on-going American television thriller series Quantico? Well, if you don’t believe that, here’s more. Did you know London’s Madame Tussauds Wax Museum paid a rich tribute to a native of Allahabad? Well, no prizes for guessing because …

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Five Best Festivals of Light around World

Fiery Festivities in China

Glittering fountains and several gleaming formations in the sky, glowing diyas lighting up rangoli patterns on the earth and some ‘sweet’ exchanges of mithai between friends… Shubh Diwali is here! Yes, it’s time for the brightest festival of the year in India and in several other countries including Nepal, Sri …

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Happy Dusshera

happy Dusshera

Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashami, is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated in various forms, across India,Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. The name Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit. Dasha-hara literally means Dashanan ravan (the name of Ravan and in short Dasha and Hara (defeat)) referring to Lord Rama’s victory over the ten-headed demon king Ravana.[

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