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“Buddha has more influence on Japan than India” -2
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“Buddha has more influence on Japan than India” -2

[Continued from yesterday] By N. Niranjan Nikam SOM: Traffic Police impose fines here also. Dr. Hiroya Fujisaki: Japanese are more law-abiding people. Also major cities have lot of traffic lights, may be too much. But all the lights are installed through this mathematical theory to minimise loss (which means more stops there is time loss)…

Kalamandira: An Abode of Art
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Kalamandira: An Abode of Art

By N. Niranjan Nikam Pics. by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav Chintana Chavadi, shaped like a well where people can have a 360-degree view of speakers and participants, is a new addition to Kalamandira that has, over the years, grown to be a hub of art and culture. Along with Chintana Chavadi, a beautiful heritage garden is…

“Night Tourism in India interpreted as Night Clubs”, Says Union Tourism Minister K.J. Alphons
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“Night Tourism in India interpreted as Night Clubs”, Says Union Tourism Minister K.J. Alphons

Tourism in the country benefits people in three ways; it creates employment, helps infrastructure development and generates revenue in foreign exchange. Mysuru, though has always been touted as a tourist destination, needs more push and the effort of a private enterprise, Mysore Travel Mart, in this direction is quite laudable. Union Minister of State for…

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