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“Indian youth are increasingly reading books on Indian history which are written in an inspiring and exciting style”, best selling author and historian Dr.Vikram Sampath tells Sandhya Mendonca in an interview. Riding high on the runaway success of his book on the controversial Hindu nationalist figure Veer Savarkar, Sampath has just inked a deal with

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  The guest in Episode 17 guest stomps on the stage in a colourful lungi and ghungroos. Raghu Dixit intoxicates audiences with his music. The boy from Mysore is a global ambassador for Indian fusion music and is every Kannadiga’s favourite. While he’s known for making happy, peppy music that you make, he also makes

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The topic on everybody’s mind is ‘immunity’. There are dozens of therapies and treatments floating around, and if one were to follow each of these, there wouldn’t be time to do anything else at all! To get an expert opinion on what’s the best way to get immunity for both mind and body, I have

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If anything has driven home the point that humans need to listen to nature, the current pandemic has done so. That’s why our interest in talking to Prof.Shannon B. Olsson for this episode of Spotlight with Sandhya. She is an authority on chemical ecology, and she listens to nature’s chemical conversations across India’s diverse ecosystems.

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The Good City takes you to V V Puram in Bangalore where the winter special hyacinth bean, locally popular as Avarebele, has a street food festival in its honour for 17 years in row. Also, don’t miss the quick guide to popular dishes! Read the article & see the video* too   The Sajjan Rao

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Raintree Media Managing Director and Editor – In- Chief, Sandhya Mendonca received the prestigious 20th National DESASNEHI Award 2015 for social service from the India Development Foundation along with five other awardees. “These people do a lot of work for society, yet go unnoticed. We want to honour them. We also want to make them

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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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