Modi’s Yoga Day grips India, and ‘Om’ Meets ‘Ouch!’

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NEW DELHI: On a sticky morning last week, deputy commissioner Chandra Shekhar Sahukar of India’s agriculture ministry (animal husbandry department, small ruminant section) found himself in a yoga class for the first time in his 57 years, miserably grasping his ankle. In his bag he carried a photocopy of a memorandum advising senior officials to familiarize themselves with certain postures ahead of International Yoga Day this Sunday, when they will take part in a mass outdoor yoga session scheduled to begin at 7am. The session is intended to qualify for the Guinness Book of World Records, the memo says, warning, “If some officials turn up without practice, there will be risk of the record…

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