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Swabhimaan’s initiative of food and groceries distribution in the poorest of the poor slums in Bengaluru, gives food for thought, for individuals and corporates to emulate this noble work. By Yoginder Sikand Drop by just before evening on any evening from Monday to Saturday at LR Nagar, a sprawling slum on the fringes of Koramangala, […]

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Mirza Ismail’s services to the Sanskrit College at Mysore are unforgettable. He treated all communities alike and furthered their interest. In his autobiography “My Public Life”, he writes: ‘I felt that one pleases Almighty even more by serving other faiths than one’s own. By Syed Tahsin Ahmed Public memory sometimes defies logic. While it keeps […]

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The resilience of a Kashmiri is limitless bordering even on total passivity. Of course that is the reason it is named as the valley of the saints in Kashmiri! By M. Ashraf In ancient times, Kashmiri Society used to be very interactive and sociable. It also used to be very lively and humour loving. According […]

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The new school for designing courses in fashion, gem & jewellery and interiors is launching Diploma courses meant for sunrise sector of industry. By A Staff Writer Come September, creativity will find a new destination in Bangalore. ‘White Pencil’, the school for creative design, will throw open its portals for students in the City. Part […]

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The Discover Yourself  Workshop was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, at Suleman Nana Memorial Hall on 30, 31 & 1 April 2012. Some of the participants share their experiences of the Workshop JULIE: Today, sadly our journey ends. In this troubled world of today, there are people like Sadathullah Sir, who travel the world to share and enlighten mankind, giving […]

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