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INDIAN F1 GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT GRANDSTAND, DELHI - Photo

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PATH TO PURANA QILA, DELHI - Photo

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WORLI SEA FACE, MUMBAI - Photo

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OLD MAN USING AN ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR ON A PUNE ROAD - Photo

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How to Deal with Disappointments and Frustrations by Joginder Singh

How to Deal with Disappointments and Frustrations

Joginder Singh

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Happiness and unhappiness as well as disappointments are a part of life. Others cannot handle our problems as well as our frustrations. We have to tackle them by ourselves. The approach, of each one of us, can be and is different to handling any impediment or a stumbling block....TO READ FURTHER CLICK HERE

JOGINDER SINGH, now a well known author and columnist for several National and State newspapers, joined the Indian Police Service in 1961, in his first attempt at the eligible age of 20. He has served in his Karnataka cadre and Government of India, in several capacities, including the last high profile job of Director, CBI, India. He has written several books including works on personal development.

KITE FLYING INTO A MUMBAI SUNSET - Photo

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STREET SIGN IN MUMBAI, INDIA - EVERYONE GOING AWAY FROM THE PLACE OF FUNCTION

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PURANA QILA IN DELHI WITH LIGHTING EFFECTS - Photo

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PURANA QILA IN DELHI WITH LIGHTING EFFECTS - Photos taken during the Delhi International Arts Festival - Photos from India - IdeaIndia.com Photo Library

INDIA’S TEMPLE TO CONSUMERISM: A SHOPPING MALL IN MUMBAI

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SILHOUETTE OF A KITE AT SUNSET

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MUMBAI SKYLINE AT HAJI ALI AT DUSK AS THE SUN SETS

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MUMBAI SKYLINE AT NIGHT

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'Voice of India' Passes Away: Partap Sharma

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Award-winning author and playwright, Partap Sharma passed away on 30 November 2011. Partap was a playwright, novelist [Days of the Turban] and author of six books for children: “The Surangini Tales”, “Dog Detective Ranjha”, “Top Dog”, “The Little Master of the Elephant”, “My Father’s Magic Briefcase” and “Songs for Zen”. His best known plays, A Touch of Brightness, Begum Sumroo, Sammy! and Zen Katha, have been staged in various countries. His books have been published in India, England, USA, France, Denmark, Holland and Canada. As an actor, he played the lead in five Hindi feature films and won the National Award in 197I for his performance in Phir Bhi. He has also played the role of Nehru in the film Nehru: Jewel of India. In the year 2003, he spent three months in China to take part, again as Nehru, in an international film titled Chou-en-lai in Bandung. He has directed a number of documentary films, including a historical series for Channel Four Television, London, titled The Raj T…