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Interview: Reiki and Magnified Healing Master Sukirta Chopra on Distant Healing, Reiki & Theta

By Bidisha Bagchi

Reiki and Magnified Healing Master Sukirta ChopraReiki pronounced as Ray-Key, is a Japanese word given to an ancient healing system which was re-discovered by Dr. Mikao Usui, a theologist and a teacher in the 19 Century. Ki means life force energy and has various names like Chi in China, Prana in Sanskrit. This is present in all of existence and can be tapped to benefit all. This vibrational technique balances, harmonizes and restores our energy system by channelling energy through the energy centres in the palms of our hands.

WBRi chatted with Reiki and Magnified Healing Master Sukirta Chopra on how the spiritual practices help to heal.

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Interview: Feng Shui expert Nalini Rawal on the ancient science and its impact on our lives

By Bidisha Bagchi

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An interior designer by profession in India, Nalini Rawal studied Vaastu and her interest grew in Astro Sciences. She also studied Feng Shui (Fung-Shway) and is now an expert in it. WBRi chatted with her to know more about these ancient sciences and how it works.



White House 2013 Budget & AAPIs

President Obama sent his budget for the 2013 fiscal year to Congress earlier today. Below are details about how his budget creates security for Asian American and Pacific Islander families. This year’s budget reflects the President’s firm belief that our country has always done best when everyone gets a fair shot, everyone does their fair share and everyone plays by the same rules. It’s a document built around the recognition that this is a make or break moment for the middle class and those trying to reach it. What’s at stake is the very survival of the basic American promise that if you work hard, you can do well enough to raise a family, own a home and put a little away for retirement. This budget continues the Obama Administration’s commitment to keeping that promise alive by creating an economy that’s built to last – with good jobs that pay well and security for the middle class.

Photo-Feature: Mouth-Watering Indian-Chinese Food Fiesta at Haka in Kolkata

Indian Chinese Food In Kolkata Restaurant
Indian Chinese Food In Kolkata Restaurant
Indian Chinese Food In Kolkata Restaurant

Kolkata, June 16 (Washington Bangla Radio / IBNS): A lip-smacking array of ancient Chinese dishes are on offer at Kolkata's Haka where a food festival began on Wednesday.

Pot Sizzling Cauliflower, Pan Grilled Noodles in Sizzling Pot, Butter Garlic Pot Rice and many more mouth-watering dishes will cajole the foodies of Kolkata in the restaurant at City Centre I in Salt Lake.



Flavors Of India & Masala Pedia apps released on Intel Appup and Apple iTunes

Indore, India, March 6, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / pressreleasepoint) Following with the marvelous journey of delicious sweet app Sweet Flavors of India » in Intel app store and Apple store, CDN now took a step ahead & launched its two more applications Flavors from India », ver.- 1.2 and Masala Pedia », ver.- 1.0 in Intel appUp center.

“Flavors from India” is an app which facilitate users with recipes of regional cuisines of India where “Masala Pedia” allow them to translate masala (also known as spice) name in different languages. Both the apps are built on Intel Atom SDK for dot net platform in Intel app store. Here are the details of the apps:


Some initial trends Of Rashtriya Swasthya BIMA Yojana (RSBY) In India

By Anil Swarup
Director General, Labour Welfare


How To Enjoy Indoor Hobby Gardening While Keeping Your Finger Nails Clean

Indoor Gardening in WinterAurora, CO, December 16, 2010 (Washignton Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Growing fruits and vegetables without the hassle of a traditional garden is gaining popularity. Technology is opening doors to a new generation of green thumbs and has caught the attention of producers at “The Balancing Act,” airing on Lifetime Television, who will air a segment on Indoor Hydroponic Gardening on Dec. 17th at 7 a.m. (ET/PT).


Justin Bieber Dolls Nominated for TOTY (Toy of the Year) Award

[image: One of the Justin Bieber Music Video Collection Singing Figures]Boca Raton, FL, November 23, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRWEB) Bravado, the only global, 360° full service merchandise company, and The Bridge Direct, Inc., the global children’s consumer products company, are delighted to announce that the Justin Bieber Music Video Collection Singing Figures have been nominated for a 2011 TOTY (Toy of the Year) Award in the Girl Toy category. The TOTY Awards are one of the most prestigious awards in the toy industry, and for the first time ever, consumers will be able to help choose the top toys of the year by voting at http://www.ToyAwards.org, now through January 14, 2011.

The Justin Bieber singing dolls, which are manufactured by The Bridge Direct through a partnership with Bravado, are anticipated to be one of the hottest items for this holiday season. Each doll “sings” a portion of one of Justin’s most popular hit songs – either “Baby” or “One Less Lonely Girl” – and comes with cool accessories based on the music video.


7 Tips to weatherize your home and save winter heating costs

7 Money-saving tips to make a home more comfortable & energy efficient from the experts at Smart Sealed. A home energy audit by a Smart Sealed certified energy auditor is the first step toward lowering utility bills and improving indoor air quality.

Chicago, IL, October 15, 2010 (Washington  Bangla Radio / I-Newswire) Before the cool fall evenings turn in to cold winter nights, homeowners should weatherize their homes to keep the cold air out and the warm, heated air in.

“Heating and cooling your living space accounts for the largest part of your annual utility costs,” says David Kirk, President of Smart Sealed. “Inadequate home insulation and improperly sealed windows, vents and doors could lead to costly heat loss.”


5 Kids to star with Chota Bheem on POGO TV Indian kids channel

5 kids from all over India have been chosen as lucky winners of POGO's Bheem Ki Team contest. India's favorite kids' channel POGO, offered kids a never before opportunity to star with their favourite toon hero Chhota Bheem on POGO. POGO's 'Bheem Ki Team' nationwide contest received an outstanding response of over 1.25 lakh entries across India.

New Delhi, Delhi, October 14, 2010 /Washington Bangla Radio / India PRwire/ -- 5 kids from all over India have been chosen as lucky winners of POGO's Bheem Ki Team contest. India's favorite kids' channel POGO, offered kids a never before opportunity to star with their favourite toon hero Chhota Bheem on POGO. POGO's 'Bheem Ki Team' nationwide contest received an outstanding response of over 1.25 lakh entries across India. The five winner kids now get a once in a lifetime opportunity to star as their animated avatars with Chhota Bheem and his friends in a special vignette on POGO.

Five lucky winners, of the contest are Kareena Balani from Indore, Gurpreet Singh from Kanpur, Lokesh Jain from Mumbai, Rajesh P Issar from Bhopal and Harshita Patnaik from Bhubaneshwar. All these winners will now be seen in animated avatars in the town of Dholakpur with their favorite hero Chhota Bheem and his friends with this exclusive chance by POGO.

POGO invited kids through the network and an extensive on-ground school contact programme to send in their answers to a simple question why 'Bheem Ki Team needs him/her' and (five) kids with the wittiest answers stood to win this exclusive chance.


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