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Artepedia: Sheela Gowda

Artepedia: Sheela Gowda Sunday, 31 August 2014 - 6:00am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Ashiesh Shah Name: Sheela Gowda Born: 1957, Bhadravati, Karnataka Lives & Works: Bengaluru Education: M.S. University, Baroda Royal College of Art, London Cite ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

Cheers, Shonali

What a world premiere it was for director Shonali Bose's film Margarita with a straw (MWS) starring Kalki Koechlin. It was introduced by artistic director Cameron Bailey, who had chosen MWS as one of the 16 must see films at the Toronto ...
 Pune Mirror5 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

The choke's on you

The choke's on you Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan (right) horses around with his brother Yusuf during the launch of the Pathans' training academy in Mumbai on Thursday. The brothers unveiled plans to introduce cricket coaching in schools across the ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
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'Modi wants to be Patel, but might end up as Indira'

'It is obvious within these two months that in many ways Narendra Modi has a great degree of resemblance with Indira Gandhi.' 'The same style of management of power. The same kind of attempt to reduce a large section of the political leadership into, if not spectators, bureaucrats. His leaders are taking orders from him and executing those orders.' 'This is the model that has worked in Gujarat. And he is hoping that it will work in India.' Ashis Nandy deciphers the Narendra Modi government, in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bangalore Today (August 5)

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Religion Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12: Discourse by Sujay Chaitanya, Sri Veeranjaneya Swamy Temple Trust, 3rd Stage, Yelahanka New Town, 6.30 p.m. Atma Bodha: Discourse by Hemalatha, No. 68, New No.
 The Hindu1 month ago
Star of Mysore

INNOVATIVE Minds

Solar Power for Rail Coaches A work that originated in Mysore By S. Kenneth Shishir The students of The National Institute of Engineering (NIE) in city always come up with innovative ideas, keeping in mind their contribution to sustainable ...
 Star of Mysore1 month ago
Millennium Post

Solar push for railways

The railways decision to experiment with solar energy to electrify train coaches can substantially reduce its carbon footprint, say researchers. Union railway minister D V Sadananda Gowda in June announced a Rs 7 crore pilot project to electrify 30 ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

Bangalore Today for July 20

RELIGION Akhanda Bhajan Yajna: By various bhajan groups, inauguration by vocalist R.K. Padmanabha, Sri Jayarama Seva Mandali, 1st Main Road, Jayanagar 8th Block, 8.30 a.m. Bhajans: Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation, Brindavan, Kadugodi, ...
 The Hindu2 months ago 19bg_bgtmi_Bangalore Today for July 20  The Hindu2 months ago
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'What civil service expects will be a test for Modi'

‘His experience in the state of Gujarat, which is supposed to be a very successful model, has shown that he can make things move. He can be a person who can bring about reform, improve governance and so on.’ ‘The thing is, a whole lot of things that the people are thinking as new in the new government are not new, it is the revival of the old.’ ‘See how China is growing, how south-east Asian countries are going. We cannot afford to be relaxed and be dictated by ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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