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Crime Rate High In Mumbai

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 21, 2008

Mumbai is known as the city of dreams, the financial capital of India.People from across the globe come here to do business. Whether its the monsoon floods or bomb blasts the Mumbaikars are always united.

Of late the crime rate is increasing in the city. Though I felt it was one of the safest cities not just in India but world over. Having travelled alot and alone I always felt safe here. But the incident last sunday really scared me to death.

I was in Lokhandwala, Andheri, one of the most happening suburbs of Mumbai. Known of the glitterati of tinseltown. I withdrew Rs.10,000... (more)

Tags: mumbai

A World No. 1, Jelena Jankovic To Play In Hong Kong!

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Oct 16, 2008

The JB Group along with The Hong Kong Tennis Patron’s Association (TPA) proudly announced J B · GROUP Classic tennis tournament to be held in Hong Kong from 7th – 10th Jan’09.

The J B · GROUP Classic will feature four teams from the regions of Europe, Russia, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. Each team will consist of three players who will compete in singles and doubles and will be led by a global star player. Recently crowned World No. 1 Jelena Jankovic from Serbia will head up Team Europe and play in Hong Kong for the first time. Returning to Hong... (more)

Tags: russia


By Seema Upadhyay, published on Aug 22, 2008

Come raining season and everything around us looks fresh, green and vibrant. Many a times we do spot a rainbow after thunderstorms and rains, yes in metro cities too. The beautiful colourful Rainbow which has different hues of nature often made us wander about god’s miracle when we were children.

We often use colours to define our moods; for instance “I am green with envy” or if you are feeling low; it’s “I am feeling blue”. Whereas in an embarrassed situation its “I am turning pink”. We consciously or subconsciously choose our clothes... (more)

Tags: california, environment

The 1st National Moot Court Competition On Surrogacy

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Aug 20, 2008

The First Rizvi Law College National Moot Court Competition would be held from August 22 to 24, 2008 at the Rizvi College premises. Around 100 best Law Schools and Colleges from all over India has been invited, among whom 24 colleges would be selected to participate. The competition would be inaugurated by Prof. Suresh Mane, Head of Department of Law, Mumbai University and Mr.Bansi Burander, Dist.Governor of Rotary, Mumbai and Thane on 21st Aug’08.

Speaking on the occasion; Mrs. Daisy Alexander, Principal Rizvi Law College said that, “The Rizvi Law College is well known for its city... (more)


Numerology- The Mystery Of Alphabets And Numbers.

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Aug 13, 2008

Numerology is the study of the occult significance of numbers. As we know everything around us has energy. Numbers too have vibratory energy. It is possible that the numbers are a descriptive code or representation of a force determining people’s behavior at this time numerology does not allow for scientific explanation but the consistent congruence between a persons numbers and that persons characteristics and life’s experiences have given credence to this science of numbers.

Well to understand the science of numerology and it’s working for the commoners like us;... (more)


Overcome Your Phobias, With Past Life Regression Therapy

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Aug 13, 2008

With the advent of modern technology and inventions the world has become flat; but at the same time it has given rise to new age disease most of which is lifestyle related and we are resorting to all the age old techniques whether its Yoga, Acupressure, Acupuncture, Reiki, Meditation or Past Life Regression.

Let’s try and understand Past Life Regression (PLR) or PL therapy. Past life regression is an individual’s journey in past lives through hypnosis under guidance by a trained therapist. It is based on the Karma philosophy and reincarnation as in rebirth of the same soul in different... (more)

Tags: new york, medicine, music

Positive Attitude

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Dec 26, 2007

Ever wondered why some of our days are so productive and good?.We tell others that the day was lucky whereas some days are bad and unproductive. Its positive attitude, a nice hot cup of tea/coffee can be the beginning of a good day. Reaching office on time without boss's firing makes a good start and ofcourse smooth traffic can be an added advantage. A good mood is contagious, You feel good so you spread happiness around you by greeting everyone with a smile. This leads to a chain reaction, making your environment harmonious. A bad mood not only increases the blood pressure, causes ulcers and... (more)

Tags: environment, traffic

International Tennis

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 28, 2007

The JB Group along with The Hong Kong Tennis Patron’s Association (TPA) proudly announced JB Group Classic Tennis annual champion’s tournament in Jan’08. The JB Group and TPA is delighted to welcome Venus Williams, Wimbledon Champion. She returns to Hong Kong for the 5th times, Global star Maria Sharapova, French Open finalist Ana Ivanovic who’s World No.4 and Russian World No.7 Anna Chakvetadze, who has won 4 WTA tournaments this year and all four have qualified for the year end WTA finals. World No.9 Daniela Hantuchova appears in Hong Kong for the first time and World No.11, Elena Dementieva... (more)

Tags: environment, real estate, china

Hug to Connect!!!

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 5, 2007

What's wonderful about a warm heartfelt hug is that by the end of the act, it is difficult to differentiate between the giver and the receiver. Psychologists have waxed eloquent about the power of hugs, saying that they have the power to cure or at least alleviate diseases such as cerebral palsy, schizophrenia, clinical depression etc. In fact, a situation where a person feels low or threatened, even delighted, begs for an hug! Holding somebody close also benefits animals as much as it does young infants. DO IT RIGHT: Don't hug someone if you really don't feel like it. Your "coldness" is... (more)


What is Love?

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 4, 2007

Love is something that people often use in their language to communicate their emotions. Ever wondered what is love? For some it is synonymous to feel affectionate, sacrifice, sharing, giving, caring, for being there for someone you love, but what is love? Sacrifice in itself is an emotion, so is care. when I asked people to explain to answer the question "what is love?", I received the following bizarre answers;

According to Rupali- Public Relations Manager, "love is a feeling which gives butterflies in your stomach when you think about the person whom you love, she has been in and... (more)

Tags: love, what is love

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