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“TThousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.”
- Buddha

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Feasting & festivities at Sankranthi

Sankranthi is a festival that celebrates good relationships with family and friends in a beautiful mix of traditions and festivities
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A project that flew over protests

Are traffic jams, chaotic roads and inconvenience a small price to pay for development? Apparently so, as seems to be the case of the National College Flyover
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There’s indeed life after VRS

For women who opt for VRS, opportunities are aplenty in the counselling sector
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SHOP TALK

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Theatrical sojourn with The Summit

It is labelled as unique ensemble of song, dance, gesture and invented languages.
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Straight out of a Parsi kitchen

If you want to try a new cuisine, famed for its unique flavours and dishes, make your way to Daddy’s Deli, where Parsi food is also as authentic as it gets
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Burgers, fries and a place to chill out

The latest fast-food place in Bangalore, Marrybrown offers good food at relatively low prices apart from good birthday packages
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BUZZ IN BANGALORE

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Delicious new year

Celebrations for the Chinese New Year are on. On January 22 The Memories of China, the signature Chinese restaurant at The Taj Residency ushers in the ...
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IF YOU ARE STEPPING OUT FOR A BITE...

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Up the hilly path to Makalidurga

Makalidurga with tiny compartments chugging away with mountain on one side and fields and flowers on the other, it makes very well for a picture post card scenery
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An artistic get together by women

‘Mix and Match,’ an exhibition with a difference, served as a forum of more than 100 artists and craftsmen for exchanging ideas and encountering varied methods
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Truly spellbound!

A spelling contest showed the excellent sway school children held over English words
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Smells like teen spirit!

Karun Chandhok is India’s youngest national champion on debut in 2000 and he also emerged as the youngest ever Formula champ at Asian Formula 2000 Championship
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Think, but without ink

After counselling thousands of students over the last 15 years in the area of aptitude training and critical thinking, K Venkataraman, popularly known as Venkat, has evolved the concept of “Think Without Ink” (TWI).
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