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The who’s who of the city, old friends, associates and clients joined us at Tango Calypso as we raised a toast on Dec 20 to celebrate our 10th anniversary. It was a gala evening – packaging our annual Christmas party and the birthday of our founder and Managing Director. Of course we also had to

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‘And then one day- a memoir’, the autobiography of Naseeruddin Shah is storming up the bookstores across the country. At the Bangalore launch last Saturday, Shah traced the years of his growth as an actor and a human being. “You will waste total five years to study acting?”, was his father’s remark when Shah told

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In Malayalam, just one word is enough to tell a woman what she should or should not be doing. It’s this word that had writer/ playwright and teacher Poile Sengupta in full theatrical flow at the recent launch of her book Inga. Inga focuses on the feudalistic, deeply patriarchal and oppressive towards women in Indian

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Visiting a wildlife sanctuary had been always on my to-do list due to my immense fascination for jungles and wild animals. But my visit to Mudumalai National Park, Masinagudi last month was a disappointment. I had expected that I would be out in the wild and will get a chance to catch a glimpse of

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The first telecom MNC to set up a full-fledged handset manufacturing facility in India, global communications leader Nokia had been connecting people to progress. By empowering women factory workers and creating community improvement initiatives, it had engineered economic transformation in Sriperumbudur. Sriperumbudur’s economic landscape had undergone a complete transformation with the setting up of the

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The Queen of misty mountains, Kodaikanal, might soon vie for the title of Queen of garbage hills. The lovely green slopes of the Palani Hills are paying the toll for the popularity of the hilltop getaway, and how. Tourists leave a growing trail of litter – water bottles, empty packets of chips, biscuits and every

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Lots of long weekends to catch up on your reading and we are rolling out juicy ebooks with our tie up with magzter, the cool digital store. Just click, download and enjoy on your tablet, smartphone or kindle! If you want the paperback copies, please write to raintreemedia@gmail.com. With antics of powerful media houses making

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Elephants, Bisons and Leopards are some of the many residents of Karnataka’s jungles. Want to know about the leopards and the tigers, the elephants and the jackals, the sambhar and the drongos, the crested serpent eagles and the cuckoos that are sighted in the lush (as yet) forests of Karnataka? Click on to www.jlrexplore.com for the

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      Gujarat is not a political statement. It is a state like any other, where you can travel and meet kind people, eat good food and visit memorable places.   रामपदा का लखन दास (Lakhan Das of Ramparda)   Lakhan Das during his intoxicating performance The soporific rocking of the Jabalpur Somnath express

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The calm Cauvery The road to the Bheemeshwari Adventure and Nature Camp, about 100 km from Bangalore, took us through the beautiful Karnataka countryside, past villages, ambling livestock and verdant fields, with the Western Ghats peeping from a distance. On reaching the borders of the Cauvery National Park, network coverage failed. With no Internet, GPS

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