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Waking up early adds Asset to your life or Liability – Know Here

Every successful man in his world understands the importance of time. This is the only reason they wake up early. Waking up early morning gives more energy, enthusiasm and productiveness. The early risers are always one step ahead of the crowd because they have more time for planning, strategizing thing and getting organized.

A morning routine that leads to productivity is, in fact, a science that you can implement in your own life. But is there a right way to have a productive morning? After analyzing the advice, it became clear that there are a few important elements that many successful people include as a part of their day to have a productive morning.

Let’s have a look at most successful people of the world about what they do first after they get up.

Here is how, India’s richest person, Mukesh Ambani wakes up between 5 to 5:30 AM every morning. He works out in the gym located on the second floor of Antilia. This also includes swimming followed by reading a couple of newspapers.

Routinely, Ratan Tata attends the meetings of various companies of TATA Sons starting from 6 am, and in the weekends he either drives his cars or his own Falcon private jet early in the morning.

The prime minister of India, Narendra Modi is appreciated for his work around the globe. Even at the age of 67, the prime minister of India wakes up by 5 am. He performs pranayama, sun salutation, and yoga.

The much celebrated Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi, who is often ranked among the world’s 100 most powerful women, is a light sleeper. She gets up at 4.30 a.m. and is not exactly an early sleeper either.

The new CEO of Google, a company that the world practically runs on, Sunder Pichai is an early riser. Waking up between 6:30 and 7:00 am, his morning rituals include reading an actual newspaper, not a virtual news trolling on his search engine.

Amitabh Bachchan who needs no introduction and seems to get better with age is disciplined when it comes to fitness and every other aspect of life. His day begins at around 5:00 am and he works out for more than an hour.  He hits the gym every morning

Let’s dive into the details of these great productive morning routine habits, and how successful people get them to stick day in, day out.

1) Glass of Water

When we sleep, our bodies get dehydrated. If you drink a glass of water in the morning, Your body will be replenished and the loss of water in your body during sleep will be feel refreshed. It’s a super easy and tiny thing you can do to wake up your body in the morning to get a good start on the day. I mean, it really can’t get any easier to improve your morning routine. Water is always a great idea!

2) Meditations

A positive mindset is invaluable when it comes to productivity, so meditating before work is a great way to get focused. It’s the perfect way to improve your morning routine, and it doesn’t cost a dime. Once you practice meditation for a while, you’ll feel the difference and wonder

3) Write it down 3 task

Before you jump into your day, write down three tasks that will feel good to accomplish that day. For example, you could write exercise, send an important email, and grocery shop as your three tasks. Try to gear your day to accomplish those three things. When you are gearing down to go to bed, you can look at those three tasks in your planner and feel satisfied knowing that you knocked them out.

4) Do whatever you love

Spend a half hour every morning doing something you simply love. Whether you are a fiction writer, artist, avid bird watcher, or baseball enthusiast, you can take time each day to learn something new or hone your skills.

5) Eat healthy breakfast

Eating breakfast refuels your body, enhances your mood, improves your concentration, helps you maintain a healthy weight, and is the foundation of a healthy diet. Eating a healthy breakfast can be quick and easy, and provide you with benefits that last the entire day.


Know some facts about Babri Masjid Demolition – Todays special

On 6th December 1992, a large crowd of aggressive ‘Hindu Karsevak’ demolished the 16th century Babri Masjid in the city of Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. The demolition occurred after a political rally at the site went wrong. On 6th December 1992, the VHP and BJP organized a rally involving more than 1,50,000 people as ‘Karsevak’. This rally on 6th December turned into a violent rally leading Karsevaks to pass the security and demolishing the Mosque. The succeeding inquiry into the case found 68 people responsible for Violence. The list of responsible people includes some leaders from Vishva Hindu Parishad and BJP. The demolition of the Babri Mosque leads to lead the rioting between Hindus and Muslims of our country. As per the estimated score, more than 2,000 people were killed in this riot. As a result of which Hindus in Muslim country like Pakistan and Bangladesh were also hurt.

2018 marks the completion of the 26th anniversary of Babri Masjid Demolition. VHP celebrates this day as ‘Shaurya Divash’. Even after 26 years, not even a single brick has been put forward for the construction of Lord Ram Temple. The case has been pending in the court. Only the trials have been conducted. No decision had been made so far. BJP who elevated the slogans with RSS that ‘Mandir Wahi Banaenge’ in 1992 is now in power at the Center and at State as well. The Hindu Karsevak and RSS supporters are now demanding the construction of Lord Ram Temple and establishment of Lord Ram statue under the temple.

The day from which the BJP has come to power is saying that we are fighting in Supreme Court. Soon the judgment in the favor of Lord Ram Temple construction will prevail. On the other hand, the opposition party Congress is demanding stay.

Delhi Court judge Rekha Rani refused alimony to wife instead asked her to earn

Under section 36 of our constitution during divorce, both husband and wife can ask for alimony from each other. Whoever is the earning member will have to pay alimony to her better half. As per our Indian culture husband pays the alimony in most of the cases but in Delhi a unique divorce took place. Wife demanded alimony of 12 thousand rupees from her husband. What husband did is really hilarious. He said in front of high court judge that he is ready to pay the alimony but on a genuine basis. He added that my wife is more qualified than me. She is a Gold Medalist in Science and she can find a better job than. She can earn more than me then why should I pay her alimony.

Delhi Judge after hearing to the plea of the husband. She said no alimony would be granted to the wife instead she asked her to earn. After Rekha Rani advice to her to find a job, the wife added that she had never traveled the city alone. She added I had always asked him to accompany me but he always refused. Judge Rekha Rani found her excuse distasteful and bogus and she refused her plea rather asked her to earn instead of asking for alimony.

Congress is snag in building Lord Ram Mandir – PM Modi

PM Modi in Alwar
Congress is snag in building Lord Ram Mandir – PM Modi

Today in Alwar, Rajasthan PM Modi during his rally said that Congress is the snag and it is creating an obstacle in the construction of Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He said that Congress is forcing supreme court to withdraw its decision of building Ram Mandir due to coming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He added that opposition is dragging judiciary into politics. Judiciary has nothing to do with politics. it’s Congress who is dragging judiciary into politics. After the indulgence of Shivsena and Vishva Hindu Parishad (VSP) the construction of the Ram Mandir issue has reached to its extreme. As VSPians are demanding the construction of grand Ram Mandir. Whereas Shivsena chief Uddhav Thakre recently visited Ayodhya and said that BJP should build Lord Ram Temple as soon as possible. he added that BJP is itself the ruling party in the centre and as well as State (UP). He questioned the Government that what else is stopping you from building the Grand Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

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Women Actors Ruling The Roost

Amid the bad news of child marriage, molestation, female infanticide and puberty girls dropping out of schools for lack of toilets and non availability of proper sanitation during periods in the country, atleast, a certain sort of escapist news is from the lofty world of Bollywood.

With news of demi-goddesses ranging from 45 year old Malaika Arora dating 33 year old Arjun Kapoor to our Hollywood export, 36 year old Priyanka Chopra getting hitched in December to American singer Nick Jonas and even to the very recently confirmed news of former Miss Universe, 42 year old Sushmita Sen dating 27  year old Rohman Shawl, gender seems to have hold no bar for dating spouses much younger than themselves.

Whilst Bollywood is most infamous for lower pay to the fairer sex actor vis-a-vis their male counterpart, atleast, things looks upbeat as far as the real relationships of these reel stars are concerned.

A hero-centric film have always been the norm in Bollywood, although, there have been, few and far between, sporadic films that had women as protagonists.

In a deeply rooted patriarchal country, where cinema upholds the torchbearer for pop culture, these new phenomena of older female actors -dating and marrying- much younger actor should set a precedent for their forthcoming films which would , hopefully, catch up as pop culture in the society that have been entrenched for far too long in a norm that has always been of older men marrying much younger women.May the tribe of these female actors grow.

Lit the goodness of Diwali


Diwali , the festival of light, is an auspicious occasion to celebrate the victorious fete over darkness. But with changing times, it also raises new complications.The exorbitant amount of firecrackers used during the festival also brings in pollution issues. Bursting of crackers not only frightens the innocuous pets at homes and disturbs the aged, it also emits harmful and hazardous gases which also affects the human body. Diseases such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases,lung cancer and cardiovascular diseases can be triggered by the rising level of air pollution.It can also affect pregnant women and newborn babies. The resultant noise pollution can also spiked ischemic heart diseases and hearing impairment.


Going earthy is a great way to usher in the festival of goodness.Instead of  using numerous bulbs which consumes exorbitant electricity, handmade oil diyas is a traditional and cost effective way to decorate for the festival of lights. Not only are the clay made diyas bio-degradable, it also beautifies the occasion. Diwalis also is a special time where gifts are exchanged.It is an appropriate and thoughtful gesture if one would give their loved ones kitchen garden essentials such as chives and culantro seeds which can be grown easily on the balcony in the urban spaces. These greens will not only purify the air around but will also help provide oxygen.

This festival also sees many eager people cleaning and whitewashing their homes.A cost effective and bio-degradable approach is to decorate the rangoli with rice grains,rice paste and colourful pulses instead of the harmful and expensive powders. Flowers such as roses and marigold and green and red leaves can also be used to adorn the rangolis.

Another important aspect of this festival is the food culture.It is essential to take care of one’s health during the festive season as one tends to gorge on food that are delicious to the tastebuds but are extremely unhealthy.Oodles of sugary desserts, ladened with calories are used during the making of sweets for Diwali. Chickpeas flour, semolina and black rice along with jaggery and honey as sweeteners is recommended.Black rice pudding aren’t only classy to look at but is highly nutritious.It is not only a good source of antioxidants but anthocyanin too which aids as anti-inflammatory,anti-viral and helps in preventing cancer.


Don’t seek votes in name of religion, caste: Indian religious/faith leaders

As political parties brace for assembly elections next month in Karnataka, leaders of major religions and intelligentsia class gather in the state capital Bangalore to make a joint call to end branding people as patriotic or unpatriotic based on religion amid increasing attempts to exploit religious sentiments for political purposes ahead of a crucial election.

Leaders of major religions along with leaders of political parties and social activists gather on April 17 in the southern state of Karnataka to express their distress at communal tension in several areas of the country.

“We strongly object to anyone taking control of individual decisions. No one is to be categorized as anti-national or non-patriotic based on his religion, region or community. Don’t seek votes in the name of religion rather political parties should seek votes on the basis of what education and skill development they are imparting to the people,” said Mufti Manzoor Ziayee, renouned Islamic scholar and Chairman of Ilm-o-Hunar Foundation here in Delhi on Saturday.

Mufti Manzoor Ziayee, Islamic scholar
Mufti Manzoor Ziayee, Islamic scholar

According to Mufti Ziayee, in a bid to highlight the prevailing political atmosphere of the country several religious groups has planned to organize a conclave named “Ilm-o-Hunar”- (Education & Skill) to foster “communal amity” to help and exhort people to “overcome the power of hatred.”


Former Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan will be the key speaker in the conclave where Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah, BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate B S  Yeddyurappa, All India Mahila Empowerment Party Chief Dr. Nowhera Shaik, Aam Adami Party leader Kumar Vishwas, politician and former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin will be main speakers at the event.


Local reports suggest tensions are politically engineered to divide people into the lines of religion and caste as rival political parties project themselves as champions of sectarian interests.


The election in May is crucial for both the ruling Congress to retain power and for rival Bharatiya Janata Party to emerge from its lost political prominence. The recent move by Karnataka government recommendation of separate religion for Lingayats is being seen as a poll strategy of the Congress to divide the large Veerashaiva-Lingayat vote bank which traditionally favours the BJP has vitiated the poll scenario in a significant way.


People of many religions live in India. Religion has been exploited by the politicians to cause riots and to excite one set of people against another on the basis of religion. We are all equal. It is in the constitution that India is a secular country but religion is exploited by the politicians to gain votes. If we want our country to be politically sound then religion should not be exploited. Religion is one’s own personal belief and should be left to oneself.


The Supreme Court has held last year that politicians making religious appeals are not in line with the spirit of the Constitution. If the education could promote fraternity among all religions, people would be immune to political rhetoric.


Mumbai based Islamic scholar Mufti Manzoor Ziayee said “Yes, I strongly endorse Supreme Court verdict and believe that religion should not be mixed with politics. Politics is a dirty game that plays with people emotions. In our country everyone is possessed with his religion getting votes for the sake of religion makes them to vote without thinking right and wrong. Politics makes our country represent our county and that representation can’t be done on the basis of a particular religion or community. It should be a mixture of all. Only education and skill development would alter the prevailing political attitude of vitiated atmosphere”.


The conclave is being organized under the banner of Ilm-o-Hunar, an organization which promotes nationalism by giving the underprivileged a boost through education and skill development. It is the first madarsa organization of Maharashtra which imparts such kind of activities across several states of the country and committed to uplift thousands of skilled youths in running SME and engaging in entrepreneurship.

Remembering Steve Jobs: Here are collection of quotes by Steve Jobs on his birthday

Now, looking back at the years that have passed you would realise that technology has changed our life to 360 degrees. And many people have helped shaped these technologies and has played their part in making our lives easy as it’s now.

One such individual who had changed the dynamics of our lives that it is now is the co-founder of Apple Inc, one of the tech giants of the world.

Steven Paul Jobs, better known as Steve Jobs has his birthday today. Though most of us know about his life and inventions, here are some inspirational quotes by the person who changed the lives of millions of people.











As FM Arun Jaitley delivers the Union Budget for India; Here are the key highlights

As Finance Minister opens his magic briefcase in the parliament to present the Union Budget of 2018-2019, table banging in appreciation were heard during the FM’s 1 hour and 45 mins long speech. The Union Budget of 2018-2019 focuses mainly on farming and health sector. The sweep takes from the FM’s speech was the mention of Delhi’s increasing air-pollution and announcing the ways to control the air-pollution. If you have missed the Jaitley’s speech, here are the top sweep takes from the budget.

Highlights of the budget:

Farming Sector:

1. The government will increase the Minimum Support Price (MSP) of all crops to at least 1.5 times that of the production cost.
2. We’re focusing on doubling the income of the farmers till 2022.
3. Agri-Market Development Fund with a corpus of 2,000 crores to be set-up for developing agricultural markets.
4. Allocation to food processing ministry is being doubled from Rs 715 crore to Rs 1400 crore.
5. Rs 500 crore announced for Operation Green.
6. Grameen Agricultural Market (GRAM) will provide farmers with a means to sell directly to buyers.
7. Restructured National Bamboo Mission to be launched with an allocation of Rs 1290 crore to promote the bamboo sector in a holistic manner.
8. Credit for agricultural activities is up from Rs 10 lakh crore to Rs 11 lakh crore.

Air-Pollution and Infrastructure:

1. Special scheme to address air pollution in Delhi-NCR region.
2. Ujwala will give 8 crore women new LPG connections.
3. Removal of crop residue to be subsidised in order to tackle the problem of pollution due to burning of crop residue
4. In the next financial year, we target the construction of two crore toilets.
5. We aim that by 2022, all poor people have a house to live in.
6. Rs 14.34 lakh crore to be spent for providing livelihood to rural India through infrastructure building.
7. Rs 5.97 lakh crore allocated for infrastructure spending in India.

Education and Healthcare:

1. Integrated B.Ed programme to be initiated for teachers, to improve quality of teachers.
2. Eklavya schools to be started for Scheduled Tribe population… Scheme for revitalizing school infrastructure, with an allocation of 1 lakh crore rupees over four years. Called RISE – Revitalizing Infrastructure in School Education.
3. Eighteen new schools of planning and architecture will be set up… I propose railway university in Vodadara.
4. Rs 1200 crore for the flagship programme in health wellness centres.
5. Government launches flagship National Health protection Scheme to that will cover 10 crore poor and vulnerable families that will benefit approximately 50 crores. Providing Rs 5 lakh per family per year for medical reimbursement, under National Health Protection Scheme.
6. One medical college per every three constituencies.
7. Rs 600 crore for nutritional support to TB patients.
8. 24 new government medical colleges and hospitals to be set up by upgrading existing district hospitals.

Tourism and connectivity:

1. Proposal to develop 10 prominent tourist destinations as Iconic tourism destinations.
2. Bharatmala project approved for better road connectivity at Rs 5.35 lakh crore.
3. Rs 1,48,528 crore is the capital expenditure for the Indian Railways for 2018-19… All trains to be progressively provided with WiFi, CCTV and other state-of-the-art amenities.
4. An institute is coming up at Vadodara to train people for the bullet train programme.
5. UDAN will connect 56 unserved airports in India.
6. Redevelopment of 600 major railway stations has been taken up; Mumbai transport system is being expanded; a suburban network of 160 km planned for Bengaluru.

Banking and Investment:

1. The government will take all steps to eliminate the use of cryptocurrencies which are being used to fund illegitimate transactions.
2. The government has identified 372 basic business reform actions. Each state will take up these reforms.
3. The government insurance companies to be merged into a single entity, and subsequently listed in the stock exchange, as part of the disinvestment programme.
4. Recapitalisation to enable PSU banks to lend Rs 5 lakh crore.
5. Revised fiscal deficit estimate for 2017-18 is 3.5% of GDP, the fiscal deficit of 3.3% expected for 2018-19.
6. 100% tax exemption for the first five years to companies registered as farmer producer companies with a turnover of Rs. 100 crore and above.

For tax-payers and senior citizens:

1. No changes in the structure of income tax for individuals.
2. A standard deduction of additional Rs 40,000 for salaried employees. This move will benefit 2.5 crore taxpayers.
3. Rs 50,000 additional benefit to senior citizens for investment in mediclaim.
4. FM proposes to tax long-term capital gains exceeding Rs 1 lakh in listed stock at 10%.
5. FM proposes to increase the health and education cess to 4%.
6. Sensex at 35,526.23, down by 438.79 points.

Finance minister Arun Jaitley concludes his Budget speech.

First Indian woman in space who made India proud; Remembering Kalpana Chawla on her death anniversary

For India, it was the day when their chest swelled with pride and a day that also brought tears and heart breaks at the same time. As this day, 1st February marks the death anniversary of Indian born Kalpana Chawla in the year 2003.

On February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over Texas and Louisiana as it re-entered Earth’s atmosphere, killing all seven crew-members including India-born astronaut Kalpana Chawla, the first ever Indian woman in space.

Colombia space shuttle exploded into pieces a mere sixteen minutes before landing on Earth. The spacecraft was on its 28th mission. The explosion was the result of the damaged aluminium heat-insulating tile on the left wing of the shuttle.

Columbia was the first space-rated Space Shuttle in NASA’s orbiter fleet. Over 22 years of service, it completed 27 missions before disintegrating during re-entry near the end of its 28th mission.

Kalpana Chawla was known as India’s pride. She first flew on Space Shuttle Columbia in 1997 as a mission specialist and primary robotic arm operator.

Born on March 17, in Karnal, Haryana, she began working at the NASA Ames Research Center in 1988, where she did Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) research on Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing concepts.

Kalpana joined Overset Methods, Inc. as Vice President and Research Scientist specialising in the simulation of moving multiple body problems before being a part of the NASA Astronaut Corps in 1995.

She was 40-years-old at the time of her death. Her remains were identified along with the rest of the crew members and were cremated and scattered at National Park in Utah in accordance with her wishes.

On her 15th death anniversary, the nation proudly remembers her achievements that were instrumental in making India a renowned name in the space world.

Below is a video of her last message for India, where she was seen speaking to the erstwhile Prime Minister Mr IK Gujral: