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Odisha Tribal Fare missed Bonda people

February 3, 2012 19:22

After much hyped 'Human Safari' issue, people have developed a inquisitiveness to know more about the Bonda tribes and their life style, which has been observed during on-going Tribal Fare (Adivasi Mela) at Bhubaneswar.

Guild's act of black-out Imran Khan's meet disgraced Kolkata

February 1, 2012 19:56

While on one hand, political controversy over Salman Rushdie’s participation brought Jaipur Literary Festival in the limelight, it is the deliberate power-cut by the organisers, Publishers and Book-Sellers Guild, which put Kolkata Bok Fair in the black pages of Kolkata’s art and culture on the other hand.

Daily waste causing havoc in Kerala

January 15, 2012 18:37

Has anyone ever thought that a small kit of waste produced everyday in a house can become a big social problem? Kerala, the state having highest literacy rate in India is facing a major social problem of waste disposal and dumping in major cities including Thiruvananthapuram, the prestigious capital city.

Handbags brand Lavie explore new segments

January 15, 2012 13:29

Lavie, a successful handbag brand is expanding its product portfolio as it ventures into the footwear and eyewear segments over the next two years. The brand is a part of the Gurgaon-based Planet Retail, famous for its leather bags and accessories and is riding high on its success in the handbag category.

Duggu completes 12 yrs in B'town

January 15, 2012 13:10

Bollywood heart-throb Hrithik Roshan has thanked his fans as he completes 12 years in the Hindi film industry on Sunday.

Village forces girls to marry by 15 or be doomed

January 12, 2012 21:43

Gandathur, a hamlet near HD Kote Taluk here in Mysore district in Karnataka, is really infamous in the area for following the inhuman practice. Elders from the Beda community have made it mandatory for girls to get married as soon as they attain puberty.

Kolkata still misses Simla Street, Biley

January 12, 2012 18:41

Much before Job Churnok's entry in India, the Simla Street of north Kolkata was known for its open field of Shimultala, surrounded by Shimul trees (organic name Salmalia malabarica), said historian Abul Kashem adding that it was previously a small village known as Shimulia.

Tamil Nadu volunteers to help underprivileged children

January 12, 2012 18:10

A group of volunteers in Tamil Nadu have come forward to fulfill the dreams of underprivileged children living in the remote areas and deprived of urban comforts. launches free online MBA form

January 12, 2012 17:45

Education portal on Thursday launched a free, common application form to help students apply to multiple institutions from a single platform to pursue a master of business administration (MBA) course.

Kaziranga to witness rise in Rhino population

January 12, 2012 16:59

Despite the menace of poaching remain unabated, the population of world famous one horned Rhinoceros in Kaziranga National Park is likely to see an uplift.

Tibetan movement not meant to hurt Chinese people

January 11, 2012 21:23

Terming the Tibetan struggle as a movement towards true democracy, Hollywood superstar Richard Gere on Wednesday said China would have to kill every Tibetan in order to change them.

Another Slumdog in the making

January 11, 2012 16:22

Young kids selling 'sundal' (channa masala) on the Marina beach is a common sight in Chennai, but now they have got a filmy twist which is similar to the lives of slumdog millionaire's kids. Their lives will be portrayed in a movie called 'Marina' by award-winning director Pandiaraj.

Fighting once a week? It's good for marriage

January 11, 2012 11:10

Forty-four percent of married couples across India agree that the key to a long and happy marriage is having fights more than once a week, according to a new survey.

Mobile battery with 15 years of lifespan

January 10, 2012 20:53

SpareOne's mobile phone comes with a battery life of 15 years, whether you charge it or not and is designed for emergencies.

Chennai Book Fair witnessing new horizons

January 10, 2012 20:33

The 35th Chennai Book Fair under the aegis of the Booksellers' and Publishers' Association of South India (BAPASI) is going on from 5th January. Though there is a slight slump in the arrival of books than the year 2011. Some of the new arrivals have drawn the attention of the book lovers a lot.


Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017