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Topic - Manohar Aich
Rippling his muscles and flashing a toothless grin, Mr. Aich says his ability to take his troubles lightly and remain happy during difficult times are the secrets to his long life.
"I never allow any sort of tension to grip me. I had to struggle to earn money since my young days, but whatever the situation, I remained happy," Mr. Aich said, sitting in a room decorated with posters and pictures of his many bodybuilding triumphs.