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Doyen of Indian travel industry and former chairman of SITA World Travels Inder Sharma passes away
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Doyen of Indian travel industry and former chairman of SITA Wo...

[India], Sept.5 (ANI): The Indian travel and tourism industry, family and friends today mourned the passing of Inder Sharma, former owner and chairman, SITA World Travels and Chairman, Select Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. He was 86. A globetrotter, Mr. Sharma was ... Sify, 2 months ago

Friends of Hindi in the South, abroad

R K SINHA You might have noticed that many Hindi Academies and Institutions promoting Hindi language award and felicitate those serving the Hindi language. A majority of the awardees are not even distantly involved in serving the language. Should we accept ...
 State Times2 months ago

Gurudakshina

The first lot of IIT students who travelled West in the 1960s, saw what students there did for their alma mater. Inspired, over the decades they have done the same at Kharagpur, Bombay, Delhi and Madras, making a huge difference Those were the days It’s no ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

It's a bird, it's a plane- no, it's 101-year-old miracle

Centenarians are expected to take life easy. But 101-year-old Man Kaur would rather throw a javelin or a shot put, hit the gym, eat like an athlete - and win a race. Dubbed the Miracle from Chandigarh, she shot to fame after winning the 100-metre sprint at ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Google celebrated her 100th birthday. Who was Dr Asima Chatterjee?

An organic chemist, she is best known for her path-breaking research that helped in developing chemotherapy and in epilepsy and malaria treatment. Here's 5 things you must know about the scientific trailblazer who inspired a Google Doodle.   We are still reaping the benefits of the rich scientific legacy of Dr Asima Chatterjee, but not many even know her name. The Google Arts & Culture lab is trying to change that with its Women Scientists of India Series. On September 23, the birth ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The photographer who refused to shoot the prime minister

Photographer S Paul, who died this month, was furiously protective about his independence and intensely sure about his work.So much so that he once walked away from a shoot with a prime minister.Avantika Bhuyan pays tribute. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   There is a particular photograph by S Paul in which a group of women is seen praying during Muharram. The black-and-white image has a rare performative element about it, especially in the way it portrays the emotions swirling ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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