Vijay Mallya brings Mahatma Gandhi belongings back to India

Auction of Mahatma Gandhi‘s belongings had created a huge roar in India. Gandhi’s trademark wire-rimmed glasses, a pocket watch and a metal bowl, worn leather sandals and plate were the belongings of Mahatma Gandhi that were collected and owned by California based James Otis. The Indian Tycoon, Vijay...
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Indian kid speaking many languages

You watched kids living in Slum in the recent blockbuster and Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire. Now get to see a real Slum kid who speaks many languages to sell peacock feathers. A visitor from Canada has a Youtube channel by name sufiwindsurfing. During his visit to India, he...
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The Internet Bus

The Internet Bus Project is an attempt to educate people about what the Internet is, and how it may be beneficial to their lives, by taking the Internet experience to them through a customized Internet-enabled bus, which will travel to several towns and cities across India. The Internet...
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The ant and the grasshopper story

An Old Story – The ant and the grasshopper story The Ant works hard in the withering heat all summer building its house and laying up supplies for the winter. The Grasshopper thinks the Ant is a fool and laughs & dances & plays the summer away. Come...
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Freida Pinto

Slumdog Millionaire has brought a great fortune to lives of many people, mostly who acted in it. Freida Pinto is one such actress, for whom her debut film brought unlimited popularity. Her role in the film is of Latika who is born and raised in slum area in...
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Orkut

I don’t exactly remember that when and how I was introduced to Orkut. But I can tell it for sure that, it has made my life easy. Getting connected with friends and family was never this easy. Of course, we can send SMS, email to our friends, but...
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Ishita Kakkad limca book holder for hair cutting

19 years old, Ishita Kakkad is based in Rajkot. I have had this chance of knowing about her skills recently at Rajkot Indoor Stadium, where she and her four associates, Master Pankaj, Jaydipbhai Bhatti, Rajubhai and Kunalbhai attempted to break a Guinness World Record for cutting hair for...
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Interview of DR. HANSAL BHACHECH MD (PSYCHIATRIST)

Those who read Sunday ‘Purti‘ of Gujarat Samachar- a daily Gujarati newspaper – would know about Dr. Hansal Bhachech. He writes a column there on youth and emotional issues. Dr. Hansal Bhachech is a well-known author, psychiatrist and relationship expert of India. He is M.D. in psychiatry with...
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Santosh Kumar Vastu Shastra Consultant

Acharya Santosh Kumar is an eminent Vastu Shastra Consultant from Ahmedabad, India. He has been researching on Vastu Shastra for last eight years. These days we hear much about Vastu Shastra and its benefits, but common person doesn’t know about it in details. Santosh Kumar sheds more detailed...
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Interview of Shailya Shah from Dhabkar

Dhabkar – such a touching word! Dhabkar means heart-beat. Shailya Shah who is the prime inspiration behind Dhabkar, was kind enough to have a fruitful conversation with us. It all happened suddenly. I was visiting Ahmedabad with my friend Sandeep Maniaar. He mentioned about Dhabkar and its activities....
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