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Open Spaces And Fresh Air – A Fight Against Pollution


The urban parks play an important role in the well-being of its residents. It’s a place where children can run around and play (not virtual games), provide a place for people to gather and interact (in real life, not on social media) and allow the elderly a safe place to walk and exercise.

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Be Spoilt For Choices At Sobha City


Sobha City lives up to the euphemism of ‘urban park residences’. Almost half an acre is covered with a resort style lakelet surrounded by a lavish pool deck. Not much is left to be desired when you have an Olympic size swimming pool, an all-weather indoor swimming pool, a kilometer long walking and biking track, and many other urban amenities. No doubt, this resort like a place will inspire active, healthy living.

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Why I’m glad I invested into a large group residential project.


As a shy bride 6 years ago, when my then new husband promised me a home soon, I imagined an independent house with a small garden, tucked in a fairly crowded lane – the kind I was used to, growing up in South Delhi. Work took us to Gurgaon, which then was a nascent city, burgeoning into a metro. One thing that really set apart this city was its wide roads and vast spaces; a very western city in its upbringing, sheer sizes marked it distinctly apart from most other older Indian cities.

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To Gym or not to Gym


This eternal dilemma that seems to plague most adults for a large part of their lives could have them writing epics that rivals any Shakespearean drama. There’s always a reason for putting it off or finding oneself unable to continue what one started off with great enthusiasm.

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Advantage Tennis – Reasons This Game Is Great For All


Artin Elmayan, who lives in Argentina is a tennis enthusiast and plays the sport three times a week to stay fit and healthy. So what, you may ask. Artin is 95 and hasn’t missed playing the sport even for a single week all his life. He credits his fitness and longevity to tennis. Sumant Mishra called the 'grandfather of Indian tennis,’ died when he was 88 and was fairly active till his death.

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