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Subway at City Rly. Station to be ready in a week
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Subway at City Rly. Station to be ready in a week

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers Passengers at the City Railway Station will soon get to use the newly-constructed subway which connects all the six platforms. Works on the 65-metre subway is almost complete with the workers giving final touches. The subway is being constructed at a cost of around Rs.7 crore and is expected to be…

PARADOXES IN INDIA !
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PARADOXES IN INDIA !

Indian moms want their daughters to control their husbands and expect their sons to control their wives. Parents want their children to stand out in a crowd but expect them to do what everybody else is doing. Everything that is run by the government looks very bad except government jobs. National animal – endangered National…

DHAKA MUSINGS
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DHAKA MUSINGS

By Asha Vombatkere Why Dhaka?” was the common question whenever I mentioned that I had visited Dhaka in January. I was born in Dacca, now Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. My parents had left Dhaka for Dehra Dun just before partition as refugees, with me a toddler. So my visit to Dhaka was a long journey…

More feathers… to Karanji Lake !
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More feathers… to Karanji Lake !

By Ragoo Rao Karanji Lake, one of the oldest and natural lakes of Mysuru city, fondly called as “Karanji Kere”  by the locals, is a water body formed by the topographical advantage it has. Having vast expanses of catchment area, like the foot of Chamundi Hill, the vast meadow space of the Karanji Mansion —…

Children’s Literary Club conducts 3-week workshop on ‘English language learning through English theatre’
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Children’s Literary Club conducts 3-week workshop on ‘English language learning through English theatre’

By Dr. Malathi Just a few days ago, a unique experiment was conducted at Bharathi Sthree Higher Primary School. This was to do with workshop relating to strengthening the English language skills of the Kannada medium students through English theatre. The outcome of the workshop was a production titled ‘Theatre Does Educate.’ It was watched…

Abundance through orientation
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Abundance through orientation

By S.B.S. Surendran, Accredited Master Feng Shui Consultant In Feng Shui, each area and corner of the house relates to some aspect and aspirations of you and your life. Any missing corner, cluttered area or dark area has an influence on the occupant’s life with regard to the specific corner. Your home is a constantly…

Samskruthi Parva: A scintillating fest of Intangible Cultural Heritage
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Samskruthi Parva: A scintillating fest of Intangible Cultural Heritage

‘Abhyudaya Samskruthika Vihara’ — a Trust functioning at the heritage city of Mysuru, envisages for the revival of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of India. According to UNESCO, “The ‘intangible cultural heritage’ means the practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, skills — as well as the instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural spaces associated therewith — that communities, groups…

Commemorating Karnatak Music Trinity
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Commemorating Karnatak Music Trinity

By M.L. Krishnaswami The JSS Sangeetha Sabha Trust started a few years ago under the benign guidance and patronage of the Swamiji has been doing very good work in organising a week-long music festival every year (like the famous Madras Music Academy) where top rank musicians of the land will present their talents and also…

After  ‘Kirik’, Chandan aims for a bigger ‘Party’
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After ‘Kirik’, Chandan aims for a bigger ‘Party’

Actor-Director Rakshit Shetty’s debut production ‘Kirik Party’ has grabbed headlines for being an out-and-out entertainer made out of a shoe-string budget. The film, directed by Rishab Shetty, has a host of supporting cast entirely made up of new faces. And these fresh faces have become a household name, thanks to the film that has entered…

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