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20 Pain Killers in Your Kitchen

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Make muscle pain a memory with ginger When Danish researchers asked achy people to jazz up their diets with ginger, it eased muscle and joint pain, swelling and stiffness for up to 63 percent of them within two months. Experts credit ginger’s potent compounds called gingerols, which prevent the production of pain-triggering hormones. The study-recommended dose: Add at least 1 ... Read More »

DYING TO BE ME

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(Review by Sarita Mathur) Synchro-destiny… that’s what I call it. This is a phrase coined by Deepak Chopra in his book(by the same name) I came across Anita Moorjani’s book on the internet. I was interested in the subject matter but did not immediately purchase it. A few days later I went to Destiny Bookshop in Windermere Centre,Durban and this ... Read More »

Jugaad

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Click here to listen to the Jugaad Discussion Use Jugaad to Innovate Faster, Cheaper, Better We recently attended the World Economic Forum’s India Economic Summit 2011  on the topic of innovation. The experience gave us some insights into a unique approach to innovation called jugaad, which entrepreneurs and enterprises are practicing in complex emerging markets like India. Jugaad is a ... Read More »

Short Story by Ananya Mukherjee

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“Sir” It is impossible that you could miss him in a crowd. And had Shokhanaath Sikdar ever shared a first-class compartment on a long-distance Kolkata-bound train of the Indian Railways with Ray’s Lal Mohan Ganguly, I am convinced the latter would have definitely wanted to “cultivate” Mr Sikdar. Though almost separated-at-birth-twins with Mr Ganguly, the resemblance further accentuated by accessories ... Read More »

Surya Namaskar

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Surya Namaskar should be done facing the early morning mild sunlight from the east. Importance of Surya Namaskar The Sanskrut language says : आदित्यस्य नमस्कारं ये कुर्वन्ति दिने दिने । जन्मान्तरसहस्रेषु दारिद्र्यं नोपजायते ।। Aadityasya namaskaram ye kurvanti dine dine | Janmaantarsahasreshu daridryam nopajaayate || Meaning : It is said that the person who does Surya Namaskar is untouched by ... Read More »

Biography of Shri Pranab Mukherjee President of India

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Shri Pranab Mukherjee assumed office as the 13th President of India on July 25, 2012, crowning a political career of over five decades of exemplary service to the nation in Government as well as Parliament.Seventy six years old, Shri Mukherjee is a man of unparalleled experience in governance with the rare distinction of having served at different times as Foreign, ... Read More »

PPR EDUCATION

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Here is an opportunity to make a real difference in an under privileged school     Siphesisle High School situated in the outskirts of Durban is an under privileged school that is struggling with lack of resources.  School children walk up to 9 kms up and down the hills to come to school every day.  PPR Education – a non-profit ... Read More »

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

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To The Editor, www.Indians4Africa.com Dear Editor, This is an Indian from Kolkata, India writing to you. I first got to know about this net-zine through a friend of mine who currently lives and works in Durban. I’ve been reading these since my friend sends me the links. Sorry that I don’t have the permission to spill the beans in terms ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

Newsletter 8 (June Edition)

Offering a refreshingly CRISP vision of Indians & Africa Volume 8, June 2012 Edition Theme: TRADITIONS & RITUALS It’s summer time in India – a time when the country is in a season of marriages. Bridegroom’s can be seen everywhere, resembling prince of yesteryears, sweating profusely as much with heat as fear of falling off the horse they are required to ... Read More »

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