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Krishang Solanki – the youngest Yo-Yo Master

His name is Krishang Solanki, only 10 years old kid from Ahmedabad, studying in 4th standard. So far looks like other kids. But he has been blessed with a creative mind, which is very much curious for everything he sees. Like his father Nitin Solanki says “He has...
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Interview – RJ Sheetal from Radio Mirchi

RJ Sheetal works in Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM at Rajkot station. She hosts a program called ‘Khoobsurat’ which focuses topics related to ladies. Sheetal says “I have five sisters. So it’s quite easy and routine for me to handle a show related to women, on Radio Mirchi.” Aspiring...
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Interview of Pallavi Mistry

Pallavi Mistry born in 1958 in the city of Navsari is a humorist writer. At present, she enjoys her ‘retired’ life in Mumbai with her family. During her stay in Ahmedabad, she was engaged with Gujarati humor writing. She wrote in various mediums. Also got her 3 books...
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Interview of RJ Samina from Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM

RJ Samina calls herself very mastikhor! She hosts the show ‘Purani Jeans’ in Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM in Rajkot. As the name says, she covers Purani but touchy themes on her show, like she says “We have a special flair for our old things like old dolls, old...
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Speakbindas interviews Jennifer Kumar

Jennifer Kumar, also known as Jayanthi, has been creating and maintaining a website about India, Hinduism, and spirituality since 1997. Jennifer has had the extraordinary experience of living two years in Chennai, India as a college student. Jennifer was the first American to earn a Master’s degree in...
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Interview of Sumant Vashi

Sumant Vashi is an NRI. He is 72 years old, and has a special name as ‘Dadu‘. He carries two outstanding hobbies with him, first of collecting old songs. So far, he has collected over such 30,000 songs, which is an unbelievable figure. But his years of hard...
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Interview of Gujarati Cartoonist Mahendra Shah

Mahendra Shah, born in 1945, migrated to the U.S. in 1974.  Originally an architect, Mahendra has been a successful entrepreneur and businessman for many years.  While devoting his professional life to real estate and retail businesses, he has remained an enthusiastic contributor to the Pittsburgh area Indian community....
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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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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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