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World’s oldest Yoga teacher, India’s oldest Yoga Guru show how it’s done

World’s oldest Yoga teacher Tao Porchon-Lynch and India’s oldest Yoga guru Amma Nannamal demonstrated various asanas in Bengaluru at Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium today on the occasion of the third International Yoga Day.World’s oldest Yoga teacher, India’s oldest Yoga Guru show how it’s done.Along with the two nonagenarians, social activist Anna Hazare and Union Minister for

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Ramdev’s Patanjali products fail quality test

Nearly 40% of Ayurveda products, including items from Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali, were found to be of substandard quality by Haridwar’s Ayurveda and Unani Office, a Right to Information (RTI) reply revealed. Out of the 82 samples collected between 2013 and 2016, 32 failed the quality test. Patanjali’s Divya Amla Juice and Shivlingi Beej were among

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Ramdev to generate electricity using bulls

Bull Power: Yes you read that right! Yoga Guru Ramdev and Acharya Balakrishna of Patanjali are planning to generate electricity using Bulls.Research of over one and a half years on the idea to generate electricity with the aid of a bull’s pulling power has yielded initial success. The aim is to ensure that the animals

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Competition Call For McDonald, KFC, Patanjali Plans for Fast Food Business

Patanjali Ayurveda promoter Baba Ramdev, after strengthening his hold in FMCG products, is now preparing to move into the fast food business. Baba Ramdev made shocking claims from the past year’s turnover of Patanjali Group, who had been selling items from Ayurvedic medicines to all the things like flour, biscuit, rice, pulses, oil, ghee and

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PM Narendra Modi reaches Kedarnath Temple, first to offer prayers at Himalayan shrine

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Uttarakhand’s capital Dehradun on Wednesday morning. He is scheduled to start his Uttarakhand visit by offering prayers at the famous Kedarnath Temple. Modi is also scheduled to visit and inaugurate a research centre at Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Yogpeeth in Haridwar at noon before he returns to the national capital.Portals of

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Nestle plans up to 25 products with eye on Patanjali

New Delhi: Having ‘weathered’ the Maggistorm, Nestle India is embarking on a product offensive, launching up to 25 products across various categories to fend off ‘disruptive competition’ from new rivals like Patanjali. The company, which now claims 55.5 per cent share in the instant noodles market, however, says financially it could take a few more