International Yoga Day 2020: UN, Centre promote 'Yoga from home' amid COVID-19 pandemic; all you need to know about this year's celebrations
Modi had picked 21 June as the day to celebrate yoga since it makes the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere and is the longest day of the year.
International Yoga Day 2020: Studies say yoga not only aids physical fitness but also reduces stress
International Yoga Day, which is celebrated annually on 21 June aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga
International Yoga Day: President Ram Nath Kovind says yoga can keep ‘body fit, mind serene’ during COVID-19 outbreak
President Ram Nath Kovind said practicing yoga can help keep the body fit and mind serene amid the coronavirus pandemic
International Yoga Day 2020: Five apps to help you practise asanas at home during coronavirus pandemic
Yoga helps you look younger and boosts your immunity as well. Practising the form helps reduce stress and gives on a healthier lifestyle.
This year, on International Yoga Day, let us discuss how yoga can benefit those suffering from fibromyalgia.
International Yoga Day 2020: Here's how kundalini yoga and kirtan kriya can help reduce risk of dementia
Every year, 21 June is celebrated as International Yoga Day to highlight the many benefits of yoga
Reiterating his policy of 'no bouquet, just a book', Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday urged the nation to inculcate a habit of reading books regularly. Recalling an incident wherein he was gifted a book containing popular short stories by Premchand, the Prime Minister said the situations were relatable to incidents prevailing in the present day. He went on to mention the Akshara Library in Kerala and said, 'this library is a beacon guiding tribal children on a new path'.
Daily Bulletin: DMK to launch statewide protests over Tamil Nadu water crisis; Modi to chair NITI Aayog meet; day's top stories
The DMK, which is the principal opposition in Tamil Nadu, alleged that several restaurants were shut and schools reeled under the impact of water shortage. Information technology firms have asked their employees to work from home.
Yoga Day 2019: Rahul Gandhi tweets a picture of Indian Army's dog squad with 'New India' caption, faces backlash from BJP
Rahul Gandhi on Friday courted controversy by tweeting pictures of the dog squad of Indian Army doing yoga and captioning it
International Yoga Day: From soldiers in Siachen to 2 Army Dog Unit, country joins prime minister in exercise
The International Yoga Day is India's gift to the world. A brainchild of Narendra Modi-led dispensation, India pushed for the event on the global platform and as a result, the United Nations recognised it as an international event to be celebrated on 21 June.
Inaugurating a programme organised by the BJP in Thiruvananthapuram to celebrate the International Day of Yoga, Ram Madhav took the dig at Rahul Gandhi.
Yoga day 2019: From Line of Control, high-security prisons to Himalayan peaks, India celebrates ancient fitness with enthusiasm
From the Himalayas to the Line of Control, Yoga was performed at the most unusual places in India to mark the international yoga day.
Yoga is helpful because it can be adapted to your daily mood, is easily available and can be done on your own.
Yoga Day 2019: World celebrates ancient practice; Ashtang, Karma, Jnana are some of traditional forms; Vinyasa, power are modern
International Day of Yoga, celebrated annually on 21 June, is when the nation unites to celebrate an ancient and traditional practice that retains global importance even in modern times.
Yoga Day 2019: 'To perform every action artfully is yoga'; from BKS Iyengar to Swami Vivekananda, here's how stalwarts described ancient practice
Yoga, a traditional practice which aims at bringing together physical and mental well-being, has got global recognition in recent times.
The 5th International Yoga Day is set to be observed across the world on 21 June. In view of the occasion, preparations were underway on Thursday, with events also being held across India and the world ahead of the official day of celebrations. Reuters
International Yoga Day: Narendra Modi to lead celebration in Ranchi; Raghubar Das says it is 'matter of great pride'
During one of his previous yoga day speeches, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said yoga has become one of the most powerful unifying forces in the world.
Yoga day 2019; all you need to know: India-backed initiative turned into global event recognised by the United Nations
On 21 June, millions of people across the world will celebrate International Yoga Day
Eighty-six-year-old HD Deve Gowda's does yoga with ease; Twitter marvels at former prime minister's agility
Eighty-six-year-old former prime minister HD Deve Gowda stunned one and all when he performed yoga at his home in Bengaluru on the occasion of International Yoga Day.
International Yoga Day's success notwithstanding, India's soft power push will lack potency unless backed by hard power
Without building military efficacy and boosting growth in the same way as China did, no amount of yoga day celebrations will have any lasting effect.