Huffington Post India has gone live this morning, a few hours prior to its formal offline press announcement. In a long post introducing India to India, founder Arianna Huffington writes about studying in the country, its sanitation issues, the impact of modernization on sleep (a pet theme), technology, connectedness and MOOCs, yoga, that Modi does Yoga, before finally telling us about HuffPo India: Sruthijith KK will be the Editor in Chief (MediaNama had reported this earlier), and the publication has begun with stories on: Narendra Modi's first six months in office, the ways low oil prices are helping the Indian economy, the country's record on climate change, an interview with the Bollywood director Farah Khan, and some of the best Indian travel apps. Since HuffPost India hopes to open up the conversation on how we can live lives with less stress and more fulfillment, our launch day will include, among other stories, expert advice on how to cope with rush-hour stress on the Delhi Metro, the reasons so many Indians are sleep-deprived, interviews with young Indian tech workers who traded fast-paced city life for jobs in hill stations, and 11 yoga poses you can do at your desk. Apart from these, there are blog posts from actor Manoj Bajpayee on his advice to his daughter, lifestyle blogger MissMalini on India's rising cultural influence around the world, Arnab Ray on the political battle underway in Delhi, YaleGlobal Online editor-in-chief Nayan Chanda on the potential Bangladesh border deal; lecturer in psychology Tanu Shree Singh on the…
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