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Archive for: August, 2012

By Aditya Mendonca / Raintree Media Features Delicate, haunting and evocative, Shibu Arakkal challenges himself and the viewer with his new photographs   Artistic inspirations emerge from the most unexpected places and for Shibu Arakkal’s latest series ‘Finding Nowhere’, it stemmed from several visits he made to the countryside and lay dormant until he could

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Mr Adi Godrej, President, Confederation of Indian Industry and Chairman, Godrej Group, is in the BEST OF INDIA http://www.proudlyasia.com/India/Godrej.aspxhttp://issuu.com/svengvp/docs/best-of-india-vol-1/107

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In a city where traffic delays, pollution and road rage are all too common, we have a few beacons of hope who choose to use cycles as their primary mode of transport. Cycles are the most eco friendly way of getting around a congested, traffic jam prone city. There have been a few organisations which

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Art can boost tourism a lot more than tacky ads. Anyone who views Ganesh Doddamani’s richly textured images of Hampi would go there in a jiffy. It is odd how contrary advice can be. A professor in the Davanagere art college told Ganesh Doddamani,“ Work on creating one good painting instead of ten bad pieces.”

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Varun Agarwal is a young entrepreneur who has three companies and written his success story in his debut book that is already on its second print-run in less than three months and has sold 20,000 copies. By Aditya Mendonca/Raintree Media features/www.raintreemedia.com 25 year old Varun Agarwal has a BE in Tele-Communications and currently runs three

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The palaces of Mysore are splendid and its weather several degrees cooler. But it’s the civility of its people that is utterly charming and endearing.  Romantic, rainwashed and radically different from their nearest urban counterparts, Mysoreans are to the manner born*. A recent visit brought this realization home anew. The city of palaces is just

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Prathibha Prahlad in the BEST OF INDIA.http://www.proudlyasia.com/India/Dance.aspxhttp://issuu.com/svengvp/docs/best-of-india-vol-1/37

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It may be pocket-sized, it may look like a toy, but is one of the most difficult instruments to learn to play. As for the price, it ranges from a couple of hundred rupees to over two and half lakh rupees for the gold plated versions. Blow on that! Sometimes people you meet take you

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