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Soul singer Aradhna tops the bill

Soul singer Aradhna tops the bill

Soul singer Aaradhna has become the first Kiwi to sell out the famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York. The vocalist, who has been in the US working on her new album Under The Blue Moon, has built a strong fan base following the release of her ..., 3 weeks ago

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Aradhna Tripati honored with E.O. Wilson Award for biodiversity conservation

Aradhna Tripati, a UCLA assistant professor in the departments of Earth, planetary and space sciences, and atmospheric and oceanic sciences, was presented the annual E.O. Wilson Award for Outstanding Science in Biodiversity Conservation Dec. 17 by ...
 UCLA News1 month ago

The man who trafficked 5,000 tribal kids; dna explores a dark underbelly of modern day slavery

In a three-part series, dna explores a dark underbelly of modern day slavery and the trade in humans from some of the remotest and backward areas of Jharkhand that is India's very own 'slavery belt'. In the first of the three-part series, dna ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Delhi's big three file nominations

As, the AAP, the BJP and the Congress officially threw their hats for the upcoming Delhi assembly elections, on Wednesday, with respective CM candidates and hopefuls filing their nomination papers, Congress's Ajay Maken was revealed as the richest candidate, ...
 DNA1 week ago

Fair choice for school library books

Ranchi: Students of 150 schools in the district will get a chance to choose library books at the book fair inaugurated at on Friday. Spread across two days, the initiative is part of the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA). Earlier, Aradhna ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

School dropout rate in Jharkhand higher than before: NGO

RANCHI: The number of children who do not go to school in the rural areas of the state this year is more than it was in the previous years, says the 10th (ASER) 2014, a survey by Pratham, an NGO. The report, which was released in New Delhi on ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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I want to know the secret of Sharmila Tagore's eyes

KARACHI: It was a nice little standup act, excerpted from a stage play, that spoke volumes for the talent of American actor, writer and storyteller Fawzia Mirza during a programme titled The craft of breaking conventions at T2F on Tuesday evening. ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Mandala pooja to conclude today

INDORE: To mark the end of 60-day long mandala pooja, Lord Ayyappa Charitable Society will organize pooja at Ayyappa temple in Mahalaxmi Nagar on Wednesday. President of the society, Sajan Panicker said,"The pooja would start with Ganapathi Homam ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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The Psychology of Wine Labels

After multiple opportunities to do field research this holiday season, Ive come to the conclusion most of us choose wine based on brand, rather than taste. Sure, many people have an oenophile friend who knows that a bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafite ...
 Business 2 Community2 weeks ago

'Bal Samagam' phase 1 to start on Jan 19

RANCHI: The first phase of 'Bal Samagam', a project under the Centre-sponsored Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, is set to be organized in all the state schools on January 19 and 20. Spread across two days, the initiative will see cultural and literary events ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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