Home Today's Paper Most Popular Video Gallery Photo Gallery
Subscription Blog Signin Register
Logo
Thursday, January 19, 2017 09:03:48 PM
Follow Us On: Facebook Twitter Twitter Twitter Twitter

Horoscope of the week

photo by

By
30th-Dec-2016       Readers ( 69 )   0 Comments
Comments
Share your thought
Post a comment »
Read all (0) »

Aries (Mar 21-Apr 20):   The very fact that the Moon is so utterly favourable indicates that you should get off to a flying start. The only chance for confusion or silly mistakes seems to occur at work, where care should be necessary early on. At home, an older relation will unexpectedly come to your aid.
Taurus (Apr 21-May 21): Your sign is not known for being a complex one, but right now you may display many reclusive characteristics, just like Scorpio, your secretive opposite sign, so if you are pushed into the public eye, it may be with the greatest reluctance. Listen to loved ones' good advice, day-dream to your heart’s content, and let your imagination fly away.
Gemini (May 22-June 21): Just hold on for a little while longer; your time will come and, when it does, there’ll be no turning back. One useful way to use your current planetary potential, is to turn to your friends for support and enrol other people as allies. You must get partners on your side at work as well as at home.
Cancer (June 22-July 23): You are full of good ideas, but the question is - good for whom? And, come to that, good for what? Have your say, but never imagine that you can have the last word, for the facts are now all up in the air. And, if you are not sure what someone really means, ask them!
Leo (July 24-Aug 23): Strangely the Moon is in both friendly and challenging regions of your chart so, even though the tide is flowing in your direction, financial complications are somewhat inevitable this week. Small precautions will help, mind you. For example, keep spare cash available and please don't bite off more than you can chew.
Virgo (Aug 24-Sept 23): The current extraordinary planetary alignment brings boundless enthusiasm and limitless optimism. Watch out, for it’s at times such as these that you fail to notice the obvious. Above all, never take a close relationship for granted, or good fortune might slip through your fingers.
Libra (Sept 24-Oct 23): You stars are on the move, altering difficult positions for easier ones. Challenging aspects indicate that, although you’ve had no shortage of energy lately, you may have ignored the need to actively pursue your personal ambitions, or not have been in the right situation to make the most of them. All this should now change.
Scorpio (Oct 24-Nov 22): Excellent social possibilities should exert a positive impact on your general quality of life and, if you take the initiative, little is beyond your grasp. Your thought processes are in tip-top condition, mainly because your intuitive style is now favoured. Mind you, you need to keep some of your deeper instincts under control!
Sagittarius (Nov 23-Dec 22): It’s a time for selfishness in the broadest sense, focusing on your own very special skills and individual talents. It’s not a question of ignoring other people’s interests, just of doing the best for yourself. Your business prospects boom as long as you are prepared to spend a little now to earn a bigger profit some way down the line.
Capricorn (Dec 23-Jan 20): A powerful alignment between the Sun and a number of other vital planets makes for a potentially remarkable time, although misunderstandings are not impossible. Disagreements may centre on joint responsibilities and travel plans, and much depends on your attitude and a little determination will see you through. Remember: the future is what you make it.
Aquarius (Jan 21-Feb 19): Contradictory signals are to be expected. It's pretty certain that you'll have to go back over old ground, and at least one decision could benefit from being reconsidered. You’ve other people to think about apart from yourself, and older relations deserve a helping hand.
Pisces (Feb 20-Mar 20): Finally, and at long last, events are beginning to move fast, and are carrying your feelings with them. Over the past few months your emotions have been complicated to say the least, but your dominant mood should now be one of hope for the future rather than regret for the past. Remember, the future is what you make it.              -Weekend Plus Desk

0 Comments. Share your thoughts also.
Write a comment
Tariff
Add Rate

News Archive

Inside The New Nation

Editorial »

Social forces are helpless for fighting corruption


While addressing a workshop titled "Our expectation and role in Preventing Corruption', the Director General of the Anti-Corruption Commission stressed on mobilisation and engagement of social forces to reduce corruption. When the responsibility is shifted to social forces, one must know how helpless these forces are. Social forces are not ...

Football »

AFC Wimbledon's Dean Parrett escapes the tackle of Sutton United's Kevin Amankwaah during the English FA Cup third round replay soccer match between AFC Wimbledon against Sutton United at Cherry Red Record Stadium in south west London on Tuesday.


Entertainment »

Ridhi Dogra hopes playing negative in Woh Apna Sa won’t typecast her


In an industry, where one role defines an actor's entire career, not allowing him or her show their versatility by making them stereotyped can be the scariest things to deal with. That’s exactly the concern of actor Ridhi Dogra too, ahead of the premiere of her new television show, Woh ...

International »

World needs China, US to have stable relationship : Xi


Reuters, Beijing :The world needs China and the United States to have a stable and cooperative relationship, Chinese President Xi Jinping told U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, just days before new uncertainty looms with Donald Trump taking office as president.Meeting on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, ...

Editorial »

Merger of poorly run banks with stronger ones


AS per media report Finance Minister AMA Muhith has made the point that merger of poorly run commercial banks with stronger ones makes sense when they are struggling to survive and crowding without enough businesses. The country has too many banks not even justified by the size of the economy. ...

Sports »

Nadal overcomes Mayer to advance at Open


AFP, Melbourne :Rafael Nadal powered into the second round of the Australian Open with a commanding straight-sets win over Germany's Florian Mayer on Tuesday.The 14-time Grand Slam champion looked back to his healthy best after an injury-riddled 2016 as he beat the 49th-ranked Mayer 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in just over ...

Football »

Maradona welcomed 'home' by Napoli fans for anniversary


AP, Italy :Even 30 years later, Diego Maradona remains revered in Naples.When he walked on stage at Naples' opera house on Monday, he was greeted by a roar of applause and cheers from the audience. It was as if he was back playing at San Paolo Stadium across town.The Argentine ...

Entertainment »

Don`t want to talk about my fall out with Kajol: Karan


Karan Johar has opened up about his fallout with friend Kajol in his autobiography, but the filmmaker says he does not want to speak on the same anymore and rather cherish the good memories he shared with the actress.The book, An Unsuitable Boy, reveals that Kajol and KJo’s friendship ended ...

Entertainment »

‘Partners in crime’ Akshay, Twinkle clock 16 years of marriage


Actor Akshay Kumar and his author-wife Twinkle Khanna clocked 16 years of their marriage on Tuesday. Twinkle says her husband is her ‘partner in crime.’ Twinkle shared a video on Twitter, where the duo is seen running towards each other. “16 years of trying to kill each other and we ...

City »

Public Administration Minister Syed Ashraful Islam visited different projects of the Designated Reference Institute for Chemical Measurements of Bangladesh Council for Science and Industrial Research at its conference room in the city on Tuesday.


International »

Growing list of Democrats boycotting Trump inauguration


AP, Washington :More than 30 House Democrats plan to boycott President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday, casting the Republican businessman as a threat to democracy.Reps. Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Jerrold Nadler of New York and Don Beyer of Virginia on Monday joined a growing list of lawmakers who will not ...

Editorial »

Problems of foreign medical students need urgent solution


AROUND 1,200 MBBS students of the University of Science and Technology Chittagong (USTC) face uncertainty, as Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC) has refused to register them for the University's Violation of Admission rules, as per a report of a local daily.The USTC, a private institution, admitted around 400 students ...

Cricket »

Kohli, Jadhav centuries help India beat England


AFP, Pune : Skipper Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav hit blistering centuries to help India chase down 350 and stun England by three wickets in the first one-day international in Pune on Sunday.Kohli (122), who was leading the limited overs side for the first time, and Jadhav (120) put on ...

Football »

Real Madrid's Toni Kroos, right, and Sevilla's Vicente Iborra challenge for the ball during La Liga soccer match between Real Madrid and Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium, in Seville, Spain on Sunday.


Entertainment »

Dilruba Sathi passes seven years in her hosting career


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Viewers’ choice popular host Dilruba Sathi has passed seven years of her career. From that point of view she has been passing ‘Lucky 7’ now. As a host, she started her career through a dance show on Bangladesh Television. Later her hosting in a special programme on ...

 
Items that you save may be read at any time on your computer, iPad, iPhone or Android devices.
 
Are you new to our website? Do you have already an account at our website?
Create An Account Log in here
Email this news to a friend or like someone
Email:
Write a comment to this news