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Alaska: Stranger than fiction – 2
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Alaska: Stranger than fiction – 2

By B.S. Narayanaswamy, Valuation Consultant, Bengaluru [Continued from yesterday] Our next stop was Sitka town which is the seat of Alaska University and its ethnic capital. The Alaskans are very proud of their State and culture which was evident all along. Sitka enjoys a fair weather and good rainfall. The Russians, Alaskans and Americans lead…

Positive vibes
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Positive vibes

By S.B.S. Surendran The process of controlling the movement of Chi was conceived during the emperor days. When Chi moves too quickly, it invites natural disasters like precipitous slopes that threaten avalanches in the winter or raging of rivers that overflow their banks in spring. One of the greatest achievements of the first yellow emperor…

Alaska: Stranger than fiction – 1
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Alaska: Stranger than fiction – 1

By B.S. Narayanaswamy, Valuation Consultant, Bengaluru Stranger than Fiction’ is an appropriate phrase for Alaska, a State of The United States of America.  Alaska was bought by the USA from Russia for paltry sum of 72 lakh dollars in 1867. While Russia is about 5 kms from Alaska, the nearest American soil of Washington State is…

Child-friendly Park
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Child-friendly Park

By Shadan Muneer, Freelance Journalist Training children on road safety is always a daunting task. While children may not be able to comprehend traffic signs and the associated symbols inside a room or on a chart due to their tender age, taking them to an open road and then teach traffic rules is too risky…

Above many realms of desire
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Above many realms of desire

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik – Author, Speaker, Illustrator, Mythologist When we study how people imagine the world, and how they express it in art, we understand their world-view. Buddhist stupas crowned with special umbrellas indicate Sumeru, the central world axis and the heavens above it, above which sits the Buddha in a formless state after…

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