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THIS ABOVE ALL
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Ties of FAITH

Swati Rai checks out some interfaith marriages in a society where religion still plays an important role when it comes to choosing a life partner

IN India, both marriage and religion are sacrosanct. Can the two mix and live happily ever after? What is the fate of interfaith marriages in the Indian society? Is there an acceptance of such alliances? Are religious differences a cause of matrimonial discord? What are the dynamics of such a marriage vis--vis the couples and their respective families?

Be mobile safe
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HE mobile phone presents a great opportunity to access data as well as stay connected, all on the go. It is all set to become primary form of accessing the internet. User-generated content, social networking, financial services, and mobile payments and mobile are the hot spots among mobile users. Hence, mobile internet is a growing phenomenon.

The power of listening
I. M. Soni
Socrates advised his pupils to have a dialogue with their soul. Psychiatrists have been cashing in on his advice. They employ the technique of self-communication to bring about a personality change. In this form of therapy, the person talks while the psychiatrist records his expression verbal as well as facial, while watching his body language.

Nature in melody
Violin is popular in Indian music. The instrument is also taught as an independent subject at various universities, reports Hemant Kapil
T
HE very reference to music generates a feeling of rare happiness in our hearts. This sweet sensation reminds us of the rise and fall of sea waves, flow of winds, chirping of birds, murmuring rivers and rustling waterfalls. We observe the same rhythm and melody in every object of nature.

 

COLUMNS

THIS ABOVE ALL: No love for religion
by Khushwant Singh

GOOD MOTORING: Do use rearview mirrors
by H. Kishie Singh

LEXICON: The world is an English village
by Deepti

WEBSIDE HUMOUR: Encouraging brother
Compiled by Sunil Sharma

GENERATION X

CROSSWORD
by Karuna Goswamy

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