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Art Of Cutting Paper

He calls the art of cutting paper meditative. He smiles that whenever he starts doing that, it is tough to take him away. For Bangalore-based...

Ranjith Ramachandran’s Extraordinary Journey From Night Watchman To IIM Professor

Ranjith Ramachandran, an Assistant Professor at IIM Ranchi, is a role model today. His struggle to get a good education and the fight to...

The Cycling Federation Of India Announces First Ever Cycling Summit In India

The Cycling Federation of India (CFI) on Tuesday announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with marketing exploration firm Contarctica to introduce...

Enjoy Independence Day Weekend With Domestic Travel

The fact that we are now free to move outside our homes after months in lockdown and travel, is the sweetest feeling of independence...

Uber, Bajaj Partner Auto Drivers to Install Safety Partitions

Ride-hailing major Uber and Bajaj Auto on Wednesday announced they are partnering with auto drivers to install safety partitions just behind the driver seat...

Only 66% People Aware of Typhoid Vaccination: Survey

By Puja Gupta With 2.2 million cases of typhoid being recorded in India alone in 2016, typhoid fever poses a serious disease burden in the...

Voice Against the Inhuman Decision by the Delhi Chief Minister

By Salil Gewali The real critics are always upright and bold. They are the ones who are quick to forewarn the wrong acts by anyone...

Most Advanced Laser Surgery for Piles in Bangalore

People with piles are embarrassed to talk about their problem. They don’t discuss the problem with others and continue to be in pain, hoping...

War of Words Between Associations, Irks Ganguly

An anonymous letter has triggered a war words between Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) ombudsman Ushanath Banerjee and state board President Sourav Ganguly over...

Conquer The Problems Of Infertility By Visiting Reputed Fertility Clinic

In these modern times women are now opting for higher education and are in constant pursuit of career objectives. As a result their decision...

Mesmerising Temple Towns Near Bangalore

Bangalore often referred as the Garden City and Silicon Valley The city is also home to many temples that are regularly flocked by devotees Bangalore...

Destinations to Conquer with your College Friends!

May 25, 2017: College life is all about fun, excitement and making memories for a lifetime. It is the time when most students travel,...

Why Bangalore Doesn’t Need Silicon Valley

BANGALORE, March 17, 2017: Visitors to Bangalore, India, these days can see street art, have beer at local microbreweries or take an Uber ride...

In the wake of Cauvery Issue, Bengaluru wastes 50 Percent of water it gets from the river

KARNATAKA, September 16, 2016: As Karnataka continues its legal battle over the Cauvery, the state's capital- almost entirely dependent on the river- wastes half...

Super Shoes: Step in your shoes and it will tell you where to Go

What if you've never been to a place and missing on the amazing views by just looking at the GPS navigation system on your...

Mornings are worst air pollution times in Delhi and other major cities

If you think mornings are the best time for outdoor exercise, you're wrong. Mornings experience the worst air pollution in four Indian cities, according to...

Innovation kit for out-of-box ideas catching up in schools

New Delhi: If you feel that your fifth grader is brimming with creative ideas but you can't find him or her a platform to...

Pollution, the silent killer in metros; 35 per cent children in India have poor lung capacity

By NewsGram Staff Writer Children are the future of a nation. They hold its virtue and fortune. However according to  a recent survey, around 35 per...

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