31122017-LSCC-01.qxd 12/30/2017 7:49 PM Page 1 c m y b CHANDIGARH | SUNDAY | 31 DECEMBER 2017 | PART-I TRIBUNELIFE+STYLE RATHORE'S DESIGN SCHOOL TO OPEN IN JAIPUR WALL PLACED Ace designer Raghavendra Rathore will be opening a design school for aspiring talent in Jaipur, in August 2018. Jewellery house Amrapali has invested in The Gurukul School of Design. “It is a natural progression for Amrapali to support exciting endeavours,” Rajiv Arora, co-founder, Amrapali, said. “We need a revolution in how graduating students can change the landscape by bringing an entrepreneurial spirit with good understanding of design, while using local and global resources,” Rathore shared. IANS A graffiti mural on a wall in the Jordanian capital, Amman, stands out for its creativity. AFP Is the New Year resolution just an eyewash or something that works? We find out... Mona OME New Year’s and it rains resolutions all around! Some kept, others forgotten. To lose weight, cut down sugar, give up smoking, work towards that secret ambition...and more! In a build up to that, the last few days of the years are the days when all and everything’s welcome. Even the ones who have watched calories closely dig into desserts C I resolve... Follow the standards Studies suggest that resolutions work only in about 10 per cent of the population. However, you can make it to this small chunk by following some standard practices. Psychologist Seema lists some points. Be specific Work harder in profession equals nothing in real terms. Wanna push harder – professionally, dedicate the number of hours you are going to push in. Be specific in your pursuit. Anupam Kher wraps schedule for 511th film Veteran actor Anupam Kher has wrapped the shoot schedule for his 511th film. He says that it has always been a pleasure shooting at various locations in Jharkhand. "As I finish this schedule of my untitled 511th film, I thank the people, the administration, the Rana family and the security people of Ranchi for their love, warmth and hospitality. As always it was a pleasure shooting at the various locations in Jharkhand," Anupam tweeted on Saturday. The actor, 62, also met the Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das and said that it was a pleasure meeting him. "It is always a pleasure to meet Jharkhand Chief Minister," Anupam tweeted on Friday. Anupam has previously shot here for films like M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story and Ranchi Diaries. —IANS Break into smaller goals Starting with 10 push-ups, mark the calendar when and how you are going to increase the count. ❝ THE NEW YEAR STANDS BEFORE US, LIKE A CHAPTER IN A BOOK, WAITING TO BE WRITTEN. WE CAN HELP WRITE THAT STORY BY SETTING GOALS.❞ — MELODY BEATTIE and the others who have already forgotten the resolution they took, indulge freely! Is New Year resolution just an eye-wash, a false hope at new beginning or something bound to work? Experts share their take. Three-pronged approach “A vague resolution made in the mind is bound to fail,” opines Dr Sachin Kaushik. “New Year resolutions remain a fad and hardly lead to results,” he adds, unless or until you make a foolproof plan. “I am going to lose weight’ is bound to fail, however, ‘I Schedule it am going to reduce the number of tea cups from 5 to 2 in a day’ or ‘I am going to have a chapatti less in dinner’ might work,” he says. It’s a three-pronged approach to keep a resolution. A. Write it down and put it where you can see it prominently – washroom mirror, desktop. B. Declare it in public. Share it with your friends and family, once out in the open one feels morally bound to stick to it. C. Make a few. Have 10 resolutions – you wouldn’t achieve any. Take two or three and you might Make a roadmap of progress. Once you have broken down your big goal, put a date and aim side-by-side. Treat yourself when you hit the goalpost. Reprimand when you miss. achieve your aim! Positive note “Resolutions bring in positive energy, if you have even thought of anything – you are already a step on the way,” says counsellor Punita Singh. But she emphasises strongly on reviewing your resolution after every few months in order to achieve it! “Only making a plan at the beginning of the year wouldn’t work. So fix short intervals when you review and reward or reprimand yourself accordingly.” Not too ambitious Remember, you are going to slip. Get up and go. Rather than being morose and eating more to get over the lapse, pull your socks and begin again. Broadcast it Once you have taken your loved ones into confidence, they can push you on to the right path. firstname.lastname@example.org The New Year is hours away and Bollywood celebrities share their most memorable moments of 2017… Etchedon the mind Joy and sorrow Gavie Chahal Punjab connect Ihana Dhillon Marital bliss Ishita Dutta To heart’s content Shama Sikandar In awe of Abdul Richa Chadha Life is like a roller-coaster ride. The year 2017 brought both joy and sorrow for me. On one end, I am happy that I am a part of one of the most successful films of the year, Tiger Zinda Hai. On the other end, I lost my father this year. Every moment of the year 2017 was memorable for me. My Punjabi movie Thug Life was released and got a great response. I shot for Hate Story 4 and Naastik. It was pretty good year for me work wise as I’m workaholic. This year has been great for me both professionally and personally. I got married to Vatsal Sheth and that would be the most memorable moment. Each year, there are loads of blessings to count and one looks forward to the coming year with hope. I started my own production house and I launched my short film division, with series that is called Ab Dil Ki Sun. It’s something that is really close to my heart as it’s like a movement for me towards self-awareness. Most memorable moment was when I accompanied Ali for the premiere of Victoria and Abdul at Venice film festival. When we got off the boat, he had legitimate fans screaming his name. After that, the whole evening with Judi Dench. c m y b GoT star Richard Grant robbed at an ATM Actor-director Richard E. Grant says he was robbed at an ATM in Cape Town. Grant visited his hometown Swaziland in Africa to celebrate Christmas and later headed to Cape Town. The 60-year-old said on Twitter that the incident happened on Friday. He documented his ordeal on the microblogging site, but appeared to brush off the encounter as he headed to the beach later that day to spend time with his daughter Olivia during their getaway. Showcasing a beach of Cape Town, Grant wrote: "Feel like a right mug having been mugged at an ATM in Cape Town." The Game of Thrones star didn't reveal any details about the incident. —IANS
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