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Rebuilding their Burma dreams
Cars for a song!
The seconds car market has never been so attractive. With banks offering finance and big players giving warranties on used cars, the buyers could not have asked for anything better.
Jawaharlal Nehru (1889 - 1964): Architect of India's modern temples
He launched a policy of planned economic development with emphasis on heavy industries and multi-purpose projects. His tenure saw the establishment of a string of major industries, dams and steel plants in the country. He secured funds from both ...
Multi-media background helps, says danseuse
"There is no change in the perception of either the learners or the viewers of pure classical dance. It still commands the respect as it had 25 years ago but when it comes to ballets, the outlook of the choreographers has changed for the worse ...
A literary colossus
Vizagites, the literary circles in particular, could proudly boast themselves of having an epitome of an erudition whose prolific pen finds peering expression with amazing felicity in all forms of creative writing in both the prosaic and poetic ...
e-commerce is the 'in'- thing
After three years of unprecedented boom, the bubble got pricked, followed by a resounding crash that was compounded by the 9/11 demolition of the twin-tower World Trade Center. This is in a nutshell the computer and e-commerce boom story. But ...
`Naa gnapakalu vyapakalu' released
The book, "Naa gnapakalu vyapakalu" written by senior journalist, G.S.N. Murthy, about his reminiscences, was released by noted industrialist, A.S.N. Prasad, at a function recently. The well-known novelist, Muddamsetty Hanumantha Rao, ...
Metro cultural round-up
A beautifully structured lecture on `Varsha Rithuvu and the Sumadhura Viraha Kavitha Varshamu of Valmiki' as reflected in Kishkindha kaanda of the Ramayana, was rendered by renowned litterateur, philomath and critic, Kolavennu Malayavasini, ...
The Visakha Child Sponsorship Program, recognised by the National Bal Bhavan, has called upon photographers from north Andhra to send entries for the International Photo Contest and Exhibition to be held in Tashkent. In a statement, R. Nagaraj ...
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