At school I was known as Professor says Tony Thorne

Whatever you want to do in life … believe in it and never give up! About: I’m an Englishman, born and technically educated in London, England, but now living in Austria and the Spanish Island of Tenerife. I originally qualified as a Chartered Design Engineer, specialising in Applied...
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Himesh Reshmiya in Rajkot, uncut version

Festival of Navratri brings many celebrities at Rajkot who are to attend a local Dandiya Raas show and perform or stay for a while as a guest. Pioneer Group organizes Dandiya Raas every year in Rajkot, which infact is said to be the best of its kind in...
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I am a symbol of unity between Hindu and Muslim: Farida Mir

અજબ આ જગત છે, ઉંડા એના પાયા આ બધુ જાણવા છતા મુકાતી નથી માયા. Farida Mir is a popular name among Gujarati community for her art of singing. Despite being belonging to Muslim community, she sings Hindu hymns, which hurts to some orthodox people. She belongs to Mir...
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Interview of Jethalal Gada fame Dilip Joshi

Dilip Joshi is a popular drama artist, who has successfully acted in some of most famous Gujarati dramas, one of them being બાપુ તમે કમાલ કરી with Sumeet Raghavan and Amit Mistry, the trio known for their television serial Shubh Mangal Savadhan. He also directed this play. Dilip...
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Take Your Own Way says Rajnikumar Pandya

My dream was to become a musician. Rajnikumar Pandya is a well known name in the field of Gujarati literature and pen portraits. He chose to quit his banker job against his desire to become a full time writer. His novel ‘Kunti’ brought him great popularity and some...
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Little laughter champion – Jay Chhaniyara

A person is never a handicapped. Handicapped is the society who calls a person a handicapped. Some are born with physical disability, widely known as handicapped. But rare are some diamonds who overcome the same with their natural talent. Jay Chhaniyara is such a jewel kid who suffers...
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