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Friday, January 20, 2006


 

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From January 06, 2006 to January 18, 2006

India's Factories Are Booming, But Not Enough

India's booming manufacturing sector is a major engine of growth for one of the world's fastest growing economies, but still has to pick up dramatically to hit the country's 10 percent growth target and take on rival China.

Thiruvaiyaru A Paradise For Carnatic Musicians: Mridangam Maestro

159th aradhana of Sri Thyagaraja gets under way "If there is a paradise on earth for Carnatic musicians, it is Thiruvaiyaru," said mridangam maestro Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman on Monday.

Re-Defining Bricks And Mortar

Ravi Puravankara, whose dream is to leave a mark in the world, has been fulfilled through Puravankara Projects, a well-known landmark in real estate development across many cities. Puravankara Projects, a brainchild of Ravi Puravankara, . . .

Behind Bangalore: The Long Jihad Today

The second and concluding part of an investigation into the Lashkar-e-Taiba networks that operate across India.

The Confirmation: Female Foeticide In India Crossed 1 Cr In 20 Yrs

The first-ever systematic scientific study on female foeticide by an Indo-Canadian team in India presents a shocking picture.

Marathi Poet Bags Jnanpith Award

Noted Marathi poet Vinda Karandikar has been chosen for the Jnanpith award for 2003.

Behind Bangalore: The Origins Of The Long Jihad

The first part of an investigation into how the Lashkar-e-Taiba's terror campaign against India was born, and the forces that drive it today.

Serving Womankind Through Yoga

Bharathi Prabhu attends the anniversary of the ladies batch at Jayarama Seva Mandali, where 40 women learn yoga everyday under Mala G Rao to improve the quality of their lives.

A Farmer's Record

Chinthala Venkat Reddy wanted a cost-effective way to restore soil fertility without using fertilizers. His efforts have borne fruit and the farmer from Lothukunta is now waiting for a patent for his technique.

Fighting Inferiority Complex With Yoga

With the regular practise of pranayama and meditation, one can build self-confidence and get rid of inferiority complex, assures Dr R Nagarathna.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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