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Your chance to plant a tree 29.6.2012 Bangalore Mirror: City
Join Saytrees as they plant 300 saplings at the MEG premises tomorrow
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Terra cotta in contemporary versions 29.6.2012 Hindu: Life & Style
Clay is a natural building material that the Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger believes can create sustainable living spaces in modern forms. CEO Heimo Scheuch spells out the features of the green material
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Bangalore: Palike banks on property owners, traders for revenue 29.6.2012 DNA: Top News
The budget has evoked ‘mixed’ response: the BJP hails it, the opposition flays it.
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Swipe your fingers, get your khata 29.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Swipe your fingers, get your khata
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Archaeology department director, deputy stripped of some powers 29.6.2012 deccanherald.com
Archaeology department director, deputy stripped of some powers
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He traced an ancient city’s lines 28.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
He traced an ancient city’s lines
In a new avatar 28.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
In a new avatar
Three receive Art Mantram Women Achievers Award 28.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Three receive Art Mantram Women Achievers Award
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Increases in fee pull IIM-A out of the red 28.6.2012 Rediff: Business
In its latest annual report, IIM-A has said it generated a net surplus of Rs 6.83 crore (Rs 68.3 million) for fiscal 2010-11 against an operating loss of Rs 50.49 lakh (Rs 5.04 million) in 2009-10, and Rs 6.33 crore (Rs 63.3 million) in 2008-09.
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Times Consumer Expo to showcase variety 28.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Times Consumer Expo to showcase variety
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Heritage tag eludes Western Ghats 28.6.2012 TOI: Chennai
Heritage tag eludes Western Ghats
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‘Connecting’ art 28.6.2012 Asian Age: Life and Style
Tranquility in Green by Vijit Pillai It is an art form that has been in existence since ages. Spiritual art has fascinated people and continues to fascinate many. Whether it was America’s propagation of the Tantrik art during the 1970s or the recent surge in the Buddha creatives — spiritual art is expanding beyond the niche circles of art market. <!--break--> The recent art exhibition at Moment Mall in Delhi based on the theme of spirituality and Tarun Cherian’s exhibition A Piece of Heaven in Bengaluru — had many takers. Hyderabad-based Vijit Pillai is one such upcoming artist who is focused on creatives that connect with people’s inner self. Vijit’s Buddha created with mixed media is popular not just in the South but also in the capital, where he showcased some of his work. “I believe God and Goddesses are relevant to everyone’s life. But my creations had to cut across religion, culture and traditions. I chose to work on the Buddha because I am deeply inspired by Buddha Bar music ...
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‘Connecting’ art 28.6.2012 Asian Age: Life and Style
Tranquility in Green by Vijit Pillai It is an art form that has been in existence since ages. Spiritual art has fascinated people and continues to fascinate many. Whether it was America’s propagation of the Tantrik art during the 1970s or the recent surge in the Buddha creatives — spiritual art is expanding beyond the niche circles of art market. <!--break--> The recent art exhibition at Moment Mall in Delhi based on the theme of spirituality and Tarun Cherian’s exhibition A Piece of Heaven in Bengaluru — had many takers. Hyderabad-based Vijit Pillai is one such upcoming artist who is focused on creatives that connect with people’s inner self. Vijit’s Buddha created with mixed media is popular not just in the South but also in the capital, where he showcased some of his work. “I believe God and Goddesses are relevant to everyone’s life. But my creations had to cut across religion, culture and traditions. I chose to work on the Buddha because I am deeply inspired by Buddha Bar music ...
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Increases in fee pull IIM-A out of the red 28.6.2012 Business Standard: Today
The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, has finally been able to prove what it preaches: the country’s top B-school has turned the financial corner for the first time in its 50-year-old history, courtesy three years of consecutive fee hikes.
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Cops raid Nithyananda’s TN ashram 28.6.2012 Mumbai Mirror: Nation
The Tamil Nadu police on Tuesday conducted raids at self-styled godman Nithyananda’s Madurai ashram following allegations that he had tiger skins and elephant tusks there. A team led by Police Inspector Kathirvel searched the ashram following...
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An artist with his lens in the clouds 27.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
There’s an urgent need to document ancient monuments and cultures in India, says Anand Sharan
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Nucleus of cultural conservation 27.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
Almost coinciding with the centenary celebrations of the Bangalore Kodava Samaja last year, the Bureau of Economics and Statistics revealed population figures of Kodavas (Coorgs/Coorgis if you will...
He traced an ancient city’s lines 27.6.2012 Hindu: Cities
The level of detail in the illustrations sets apart the work of Amar Chitra Katha’s newest artist
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Bangalore today 27.6.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Bangalore today
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Unspooling memories of Malayalam cinema 27.6.2012 Hindu: Home
For old Malayalam movie buffs, Biju Ebenezer’s blog is one place they will go back to, again and again
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