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Kavita Pathak
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Aamir Khan's Satyamev Jayate tries to be the Oprah Winfrey show of the Indian Television except I see a problem... read the article for more on my take on Satyamev Jayate

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A performance worth remembering by Vidya Balan or should I say Bidya Balan in the film Kahaani. She is the only actor who refuses to be type cast

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Wonderful article on what suits your body type and what does not. Don't miss this one!

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Sachin Tendulkar's 100th Century
Sachin Tendulkar recently scored his 100th century!! Certainly a point of pride for all of us. So Deepak Karthik, our newest contributor shares his thoughts on the topic. What do you have to say?

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Indian Income Tax eFiling - Fast, Easy & Reliable

Haven’t filed your Income Tax Return for 2010-2011? March 31st, 2012 is your last chance for Belated Filing. And just in time, we have partnered up with Tax Munshi to bring to you a special offer. Learn more about Tax Munshi's online ITR filing services. Spread the word to your family and friends so they can also take advantage of these innovative services.

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Importance of family meal time

Never under-estimate the importance of family meal time! That's the advice Nita Talwar has for all of us. Ready why this Certified Parent Coach says that there is something magical about a shared meal....

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Being Stylish is not difficult - that is the motto of our Fashion Designer Radhika Muthye. Her tips on accentuating the fine points and hiding the flaws are priceless.

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Happy Women's day! Indya Unlimited remembers the girl from Punjab - Kalpana Chawla

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The crescent Moon and earthshine over ESO's Paranal Observatory

This view shows the thin crescent +Moon setting over ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile. As well as the bright crescent the rest of the disc of the Moon can be faintly seen. This phenomenon is called earthshine. It is due to sunlight reflecting off the Earth and illuminating the lunar surface. By observing earthshine astronomers can study the properties of light reflected from Earth as if it were an exoplanet and search for signs of life

This picture was taken on 27 October 2011 and also records the planets +Mercury and +Venus

Image Credit: ESO/B. Tafreshi/TWAN
Explanation of the video from: http://www.eso.org/public/images/eso1210a/
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