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Cricket is all that Vanitha dreams…
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Cricket is all that Vanitha dreams…

June 16, 2017

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers She was 11-years-old when she first stepped on the cricket field. With no cricketing background, this talented cricketer has emerged as one of the most sought after women T20 cricketers in the current era. Having made her debut for the Indian women’s team a couple of years back, this talented cricketer…

Creating beneficial spaces
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Creating beneficial spaces

June 12, 2017

Adapting the science of Vastu or Feng Shui from the inception of a project can prevent costly mistakes. By incorporating classical Feng Shui principles into your new home construction/ design, the benefits are tremendous. The premise behind Feng Shui is to ensure that your home and the surrounding exterior environment supports and enhances greater human…

How much did you get in Board exams?
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How much did you get in Board exams?

June 11, 2017

By Sujata Rajpal 94%, 96%, 99%, 99.2%… it’s raining marks. Anyone getting below 92%? Go hide yourself somewhere. Don’t show your face, the least of all on Facebook. Being a mother of two ‘Suns,’ I know, it is every parent’s wish that their child excels in Boards. His whole career depends on that bloody marks…

On Ramzan Food Trail… Enjoy exotic Iftar dishes in Mysuru
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On Ramzan Food Trail… Enjoy exotic Iftar dishes in Mysuru

June 10, 2017

By S. Kenneth Shishir Ramzan, the month of fasting and prayers for Muslim brethren, is also the season for others to enjoy the tasty delicacies. The mouth watering variety include such special items like Haleem from Hyderabad, varieties of samosas (both vegetarian and non-vegetarian), Kashmiri Faluda and, Dry Fruit Sherbet. The exotic Middle-East delicacies such…

Harvest rain water in vacant Government lands
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Harvest rain water in vacant Government lands

June 8, 2017

Monsoon has arrived in some parts of the country. Due to global warming, climatic conditions have been unpredictable and it is felt that immediate action be taken to harvest whatever quantity of rain that falls on earth. Ground water is diminishing and people are finding it difficult to find water even after digging a borewell…

A citizen’s letter to the Chief Minister…
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A citizen’s letter to the Chief Minister…

June 7, 2017

By Dr. R. Balasubramaniam Dear Chief Minister, Last week saw a mega ‘tamasha’ unfold in our city of Mysuru by your Government… I am sure your officers would not have told you that the main arterial thoroughfares of Mysuru were blocked with buses coming in from all directions putting the city into disarray. Each of…

From Here and There… Of Kodagu and the Kodava
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From Here and There… Of Kodagu and the Kodava

June 7, 2017

An ocean of nostalgia on Coorg of the Raj, now Kodagu, smallest district in Karnataka, will kindle the memories of Kodavas of the old generation as one reads this highly potent literary capsule, a compendium of Kodagu and Kodava history by Rahul Singh published in Outlook magazine dated June 12, 2017. I found it most…

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