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Yoga is India's true gift to the world. Tens if not hundreds of millions have practised yoga worldwide. It is chosen by many who seek spiritual food - those who are unimpressed by religious dogma based on heaven and hell scenarios and fear of God. We're just not buying that any more.
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I was on my way to Iraq; just like I had started up companies in the past -- in good faith and with 100 percent dedication.
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I will certainly miss my grandfather's joie de vivre, unrelenting exuberance and especially his genuine warmth. He persevered to create and envision a better India through the art of luxury hospitality.
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The current challenges facing Indian society and how Indian society goes about resolving them provides a unique window into how differences can be resolved through peace and democracy.
Greetings from India, where I'm thrilled to announce we're launching our latest international edition, in collaboration with The Times of India Group and its digital arm, Times Internet (TIL). Beyond its 1.24 billion people, India is vast in every way -- its history, its colors, its food, its spiritual traditions, the billions of stories of its people, its contradictions. And without question India is facing huge and unique challenges -- from poverty and sanitation to sexual violence and endemic corruption. But India has unique resources to meet all these challenges. It's in looking back to its ancient traditions that have been exported around the world that so much of the wisdom and strength needed to build the future will be found. And I'm thrilled that HuffPost India will be there to chronicle this story and -- just as important -- help Indians tell their stories themselves.
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There are no knockouts in Indian politics. No matter how hard you have been hit, you can always bounce straight off the ropes and back into the ring.
While the world watched documentary after documentary on our economic and social challenges, the evolution of the global desi went unnoticed. We spoke English, followed international pop culture and developed a taste for global trends.