We are overwhelmed by the response and the interest that our contributors have shown in our site. This has further strengthened our belief about the requirement of a platform for all individuals to express themselves and share their opinion and views. At times, we have found our present format wanting in terms of being true to our promise to provide a platform to all. We intend to address these issues on an ongoing basis however, in order to reinforce our raison d’etre viz. Power to People we would like to introduce The C Log: The Citizen Log. The C Log is a space where articles, personal pieces, brief write-ups will all go unedited.
Posts for February, 2011
aditi Kochhar | 28 Feb 2011
THE UNUSUAL thing about dreams is that it has no limitations. You can dream about being the President of America if you will. A man can dream about being woman and a Geek God can dream about being the 'Greek 'God.
Tasneem | 28 Feb 2011
In Western countries skinny beauty is preferred much even in India too. Beauties are being measured by calories, sharp teeth and many other unnoticed things in some countries.
Ronnieta Sarkar | 28 Feb 2011
Spirituality is losing day by day in youths in this competitive and race for earning money,earning money made the people blind and they are day by day forgetting the divine gift of god i.e spirituality.
What is the meaning of education? Is education only for the literate? Has it become a profitable business? The Indian education sector needs a major push to trickle down to the most illiterate.
Be it youths, be it the house-wives, retired people or the youth, reality shows are topping the list of their favourite mode of entertainment. Lets peep back and see from where did these came from and stole the show.
As soon as we hear of the word 'development', the first thing comes to our mind is establishing of industries, constructing malls and huge shopping complexes. But the concept of development is not just limited to these aspects.
The world as we see it is not what our forefathers would have even imagined in their wildest dreams. It is going from bad to worse. It is full of uncertainties and doubts. Terror, political upheaval and economic uncertainty are the order of the day.
Shruti | 28 Feb 2011
College life is a big turning point in the life of all the teens as with admission in college comes a sense of responsibility and maturity and this transition is certainly not an easy one.
Set against the backdrop of Kanpur, the director has successfully got the language and diction of the people right. The supporting cast is also very good. With some great oneliners and punches, the film makes one smile and laugh as well.
shivani bhattacharya | 28 Feb 2011
The Gen X has varied careers to choose from. These surely must depend upon individual capabilities and interest. Be it music, sports or literature one should go for the lines one has interest in.
Dhriti | 28 Feb 2011
In some case legs of the persons were turned into dark black color as I saw in case of my father (reported case of 1990at local Hamidia Hospital Bhopal). During operation process such persons can not be survived any more.
Dhruv Tanwani"Chanderbheru" | 28 Feb 2011
Every day we hear or read or see lots of crimes related to women whether it is rape case, dowry case, women trafficking or molestation. Now women are soft target for the crime not because they are weak but because they feel they are weak and show them the
prasanta chingangbam | 28 Feb 2011
A wise man accepts challenges that come in his path with a very calm and cool mind. Our ancient scriptures also advocate that one should do his duty with determination and calmness and should have a firm determination to strive and win in life.
sweta | 27 Feb 2011
With various acts and amendments brought into effect to give a more qualitative life to factory level workers, many organisations irrespective of their standing, continue to exploit workers.
jasleen kaur batra | 26 Feb 2011
Peer pressure, parental pressure, and societal pressure is creating an unhealthy atmosphere for the children today.
ISHA SHARMA | 26 Feb 2011
Reality shows have enough capacity to generate larger no. of viewers, in a short duration of time..but who knows that how real are they?
GAYATRI ARORA | 26 Feb 2011
Kasab the gunmen who came into the city and created havoc should have been shot the moment he was arrested but the government paid crores of rupees for his survival and trials.
Aalam | 26 Feb 2011
Chief Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi today laid the foundation stone of a wholesale fruit and vegetable market at Garchuk on the outskirts of the Guwahati city.
Madhumita Goswami | 26 Feb 2011
Affording passengers in prestigious trains like Rajdhani and Shatabdi could have been made to bear some extra cost by abolishing practice of serving food in trains, but without any decrease in fares.
MADHU AGRAWAL | 26 Feb 2011
Good ddvertising can be productive and entertaining. But bad advertising or an advertisement that has brand recall for the wrong reasons can be counter-productive.
Reetu | 26 Feb 2011
Depicting on-screen violence is a way of minting money for producers. Merely by imposing censorship rules we can't rule it out. But by tutoring our children about realities of violence in media we can keep them safe and grounded.
Shreyasi | 26 Feb 2011
ahmedm | 26 Feb 2011
The term SHE in English language primarily refers to a female, but it most imperatively defines a WOMAN. The very meaning of the word Woman has evolved since the ancient times to the medieval period till today.
Shefali Saxena | 26 Feb 2011
Most of us lead a busy life with lots to do in a day. All this creates stress and anxiety. So sometimes we need to wind down, relax, and take a break.
Tanu Malhotra | 26 Feb 2011
A source of earth-friendly energy is wind energy. Most people utilize wind energy as a substitute power source for fossil fuels, and this can reduce their electricity consumption up to 80 per cent.
Emiley David | 26 Feb 2011
Social networking has now become one of our habits. But do we ever think what will happen if one day social networking sites disappear off the face of the earth?
It is a good budget, however passenger fares and freight structure should have been increased to mobilize resources to increase the capacity building and improve the quality of service.
Deepak Bansal | 25 Feb 2011
The Indian government should ensure that the enumerators who are conducting the 2011 national survey should be given adequate protection whenever needed.
Reetika Mandovra | 25 Feb 2011
Sneha Pillai | 25 Feb 2011
Our youth are like sponges. They are absorbing every bit of the global culture thereby diluting our own values. We should mentor them to not to take consumerism and negative Western attitudes seriously.
chinku | 25 Feb 2011
Indian movies have always had an impact on audiences. However the parameters vary - be it fashion, songs, or lifestyle.
Like many other things in the world, love is a mistaken idea. People often confuse attraction between opposite sexes as love. They call emotional attachments in relationships as love. And they take the physical act of sex as love making.
scsosho | 25 Feb 2011
Jaipur is a city which has loads more to boast about. Aparts from its cultural heritageit has beautiful historical forts and temples which is the main destination for the tourists Your visit to Jaipur is incomplete if it remains unvisited.
Global warming the biggest threat to earth and environment.Environment is the greatest life of god to man.But now this beautiful gift of god,is in danger,due to Global warming.
Dance has transformed lives, changed many and revolutionized some, too. India has a variety of dance forms. While for some dancing is in their genes, for many others learning to dance is the only way out.
Aalam | 25 Feb 2011
Ahuja Dhaba is one of the oldest food courts serving its customers since 1948. This is a place where one can find Mercedes owners sitting next to truckers sharing meals.
ashish chawla | 25 Feb 2011
The article deals with the early addiction to drugs amongst children who instead of going to school and enjoying childhood are seen getting addicted to drugs which are easily accessible to them.
Twinkle | 25 Feb 2011
Reality shows!? In people's perception reality shows are the shows which are based on the REAL LIFE ISSUES and also comprise of ordinary masses who are been tested on some lines and bases on ordinary situation!
When we take in hand our daily newspapers in hand every morning...and turn the pages..the most disheartening news which can get any normal human being goosebumps is the news about youth and teenagers commiting suicede! What are they running from??
Ramesh C. Manghirmalani | 25 Feb 2011
India is a cricket crazy country and other sports have always complained about low media coverage. India in sports has had a great 2010, The Commonwealth Games on the field were great with Indian athletes doing a commendable job.
Suman Gupta | 25 Feb 2011
Anusha Bansal | 25 Feb 2011
Delhi PWD Minister Rajkumar Chauhan should be sacked if he does not resign at his own, for the great impropriety reported by state Lokayukt Justice Manmohan Sarin to President of India when the concerned minister misused
MADHU AGRAWAL | 25 Feb 2011
Government and our legal system has been trying to improves woman status in the society but it the scene has not improved but sadly detiorated.
In the moment of grief,in the moment of vain,she is the one who teaches us,how to endure pain in the world of despair,she is the one who cares,she is the person to be relied upon,no doubt about her role in life,she is the reasons befind the mens success..
Eat 4-5 servings of vegetables and fruits per day as they are full of fibre, vitamins and antioxidants so that your stomach feels full. Do not eat snacks in between meals.
Emiley David | 24 Feb 2011
Stop child marriage,stop this horrible practice,let them live their childhood. Nirma,a twelve year old village girl from Bundi in Rajasthan who refused to be forced into marriage,opting to study and be equipped to make a living first.Girls,both in rural
This article sheds light on how awareness about a balanced diet is an important factor in living a healthy life and avoid disease.
anam qureshi | 24 Feb 2011
sailendra dwivedi | 24 Feb 2011
aditi Kochhar | 24 Feb 2011
changing face of India,religious,cultural,ethinic and social conflict are contents of todays Era,totally redefines if compare with 61 years ago india.
Rini Sharma | 24 Feb 2011
It's about PDA and the reaction Indians have towards it ,... also it has few cases in the papers as examples
Shenna Albert | 24 Feb 2011
Why education has become burden now a days?wheere the pleasure of readig has gone?why we people tody study just to score??the misery created by our education system is making study gloom rather than joy that resulted in great presurre to perform well and
Did you ever think,that what will happen if the sun explodes,a very tensable stage,that may frighten you...
Pilates class for your child you should be sure that the instructor has experience working with kids. Core Pilates NYC as many other fitness centers are tailoring classes specifically to children and their needs.
articalesreal | 24 Feb 2011
'Marketing is developing ideas which satisfy needs, use of education and persuasion to ensure people are convinced about that product i.e. is discovering and fulfilling people's values and satisfaction'.
suvidha lokhande | 24 Feb 2011
Remember those mushy fights with your spouse where an 'I love you' was followed by 'I love you more' and end up proving each other whose love has a higher degree in the relationship! Lovy- dovy fights can take ugly turns.
Tanu Malhotra | 24 Feb 2011
sandesh samant | 24 Feb 2011
Central Information Commission should be complimented for keeping itself unbiased when it has decided to invite one of country's best considered Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to deliver valedictory address for its next annual convention
Subhash Chandra Agrawal | 24 Feb 2011
Kept alive by the force-feeding of mashed food, she has earned, just by lying there, decade after decade, the tragic record of being the world's longest-staying patient in any hospital.
Neetu Banga | 23 Feb 2011
Om Gupta, the newly appointed convener of Indo-American relations at Marwah Studios said that Sandeep Marwah deserves all awards for promoting Indo-United States relations through films, TV and media.
Asian Academy Of film And Tv | 23 Feb 2011
Going by the dictum, wrongful deeds happening in the society must be curbed in the bud each state must have a strong commando type force of people who are well equipped and trained to deal with.
Amit Mishra | 23 Feb 2011
Fair price shops should be encouraged to keep well knit trousers and decent shirts to enable people living with meagre income purchase these items with ease.
At least 65 people have lost life in a p powerful earthquake in Christchurch city of New Zealand on Tuesday. The 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the country's second largest city around lunchtime, causing buildings to collapse and causing other damages.
Shamim | 22 Feb 2011
In the heart rose valour as a soaring tide,she conquers the world,with her mighty stride.Since time immemorial such women have been born.Making themselves immortal and giving the world a new dawn.
GAYATRI ARORA | 22 Feb 2011
Orphans also need love. Love which is not given to them by their families. They are being abandoned and left all alone.
sanchitakalra | 22 Feb 2011
every woman is a soft target irrespective of her age! Be it domestic violence,rapes,eve-teasing its the woman who has to suffer!
ISHA SHARMA | 22 Feb 2011
The winning note on which India started is being considered as a repeat of the 1983 spectacle in which Team India created a new wave of excitement across the cricketing world.
It's been almost rainy type of a season and one can feel freshness at its door step. Though valentine is far gone but it's still having its silver lining on us. Never expect something to go until it glitters its indication of leaving.
In our country,every woman is a potential victim irrespective of age. Its high time that our judiciary takes up relevant steps to bring a stop to these heart-breaking crimes!
ISHA SHARMA | 20 Feb 2011
The lodging of tainted Telecom Minister A. Raja in the VVIP cell of the Tihar jail in New Delhi raises some serious questions about the non-differentiation from normal prisoners.
Misconduct ruining precious prime-time youth of myself and my brother for sixteen long years by judges against whom the complaint was made is also corrupt practice for which justice should be provided to my family by ordering an impartial probe.
Start thinking about dev plans right now for next fiscal: Chief Secy to Officers Asks DC's to held regular courts to settle revenue cases
IInd National Convention of Railway Pensioners Associations under the aegis of Bharat pensioners' Samaj turns out to be a success.
SCM | 18 Feb 2011
The scenario changes,so does the concept of Patriotism.The sense of patriotism if compare to the past, is certainly shifted from a larger than life of an extra ordinary brave men dying of the enemy's bullets, to suave and sophisticated gentlemen.
GAYATRI ARORA | 18 Feb 2011
It was indeed pleasing to note that Varun Gandhi himself drove to 10 Janpath (New Delhi) to invite her aunt Sonia Gandhi for his marriage. It recalls Rahul Gandhi and Varun Gandhi exchanging greetings with the
MADHU AGRAWAL | 18 Feb 2011
Bhalla visits Sopore Women's College Takes stock of various issues pertaining Revenue and other deptts in Budgam
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi inaugurated the first ever Film Archive in the North Eastern Region at Panjabari ,Guwahati on Saturday.
Madhumita Goswami | 18 Feb 2011
Himachal Chief Minister on Thursday reached at Zonal Hospital, Zonal Office of Public Works Department and State Electricity Board in Dharmshala.
B K Upmanyu | 17 Feb 2011
The children of today are under so much stress to perform more than they can manage that they are suffering from health-related issues at a very tender age. But the parents are not entirely responsible for this problem. Our education system and social str
Shreyasi | 17 Feb 2011
Based on the lines of popular television show Bigg Boss, a news channel has come up with the idea of maintaining the same format but with emphasis on Indian cricket.
Neetu Banga | 17 Feb 2011
The article deals with the origination of Valentine's Day and how eventually it was popularised from the prison cell. However, February 14 has an importance in the Indian freedom struggle too, which forever ended the possibilities of a revolution.
Dhruv Tanwani"Chanderbheru" | 17 Feb 2011
one ponders over the various meanings of silence..nature is silent to man's destruction of it,man is silent to the destruction f his mental peace,though silence and madness are the corollaries of each other...
GAYATRI ARORA | 16 Feb 2011
In order to manage the State Climate Change Centre, the Himachal Pradesh cabinet gave its nod for the creation of 12 posts in Shimla under the HP State Science, Technology and Environment Council.
B K Upmanyu | 16 Feb 2011
Astitva is a tell tale of a family in which the protagonist played by Tabu has to come in terms with her oppressive husband who virtually controls her life amidst the backdrop of infidelity.
Parinatha | 16 Feb 2011
Over 50 ultras armed with sophisticated weapons surrounded the school, commanded the villagers watching a cultural programme to leave the premises and detonated dynamites to blow up the building on late Monday night.
City Reporter | 15 Feb 2011
Valentine's Day celebrations were not part of our great and rich Dogra culture. The value of love, emotions and respect was always there in our rich culture and we don't need Valentine's Day.
Raju | 14 Feb 2011
As many as 700 Folk Artists from all over the country, including 65 Folk dancers of Shathi 'The Kauravs' and Pashi 'The pandavas' from Shillaghoond and Rajana villages of Shimla District, are participating in this National Mahabharat Utsava.
B K Upmanyu | 14 Feb 2011
Jodi Bieber, free lancer photographer for Time Magazine has won the World Press Photo of the Year 2010 with this picture of Bibi Aisha, an 18-year-old woman from Oruzgan province in Afghanistan.
Vishal Singh | 14 Feb 2011
He is a sixty-eight year old, responsible father and whatever he did was to help his son and relatives. Just like your father wants to ensure that you have a bright future. Moreover you have no idea how corrupt the previous chief ministers were.
Putul Tiwari | 14 Feb 2011
Along with the new technologies, the Information Technology Industry started contributing in the Indian economy. An important part of India's GDP is developed by the Software sectors in India.
Bengal is under communist reign for more than 33 years. But the ruler party broke the nation's faith at last and now the party is waiting for its farewell. Bengal's people can not forgive them for their mischievous deeds.
YS Vivekanada Reddy who is brother of Late YS Rajasekhara Reddy and now minister of Agriculture in Kiran Reddy Cabinet has cautioned Congress leaders that the criticism if continued on his late brother, he would have to answer very proficiently.
V GOPALA KRISHNA MURTHY | 12 Feb 2011
Akshay Kumar after playing endless and predictable roles in romantic and comedy flicks, his latest movie 'Patiala House' will surely prove to be a saviour for the Chandni Chowk To China (CC2C) guy.
ISHA SHARMA | 12 Feb 2011
Recently, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Delhi, one of the most prestigious university of India was in the news for the wrong reasons. An obscene MMS of its girl student has created a spark on the web.
Vishal Singh | 12 Feb 2011
The game will be different as the side is playing most of its games in front of vivacious home crowds, it could benefits from the mystical '12th Man' factor in the stand , if not in the field.
Neetu Banga | 11 Feb 2011
Countries like India should preserve their traditional sexual values by imposing a ban on 'Valentine's Day', and the government must encourage institutions, which promote ethical values so that such problems may never arise in this country.
Harish | 11 Feb 2011
satya swapna | 11 Feb 2011
Now there is no need to worry,as here are some secrets of success,which surely will help you out..now 'success follows success' now be ready to crown yourself with success by following some of the simple ways.
GAYATRI ARORA | 11 Feb 2011
An awami darbar was organised in Khag area of district Budgam in collaboration with RTI here today which was attended by Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Samoon, Deputy Commissioner, Budgam, Mr. Mohammad Rafi, Convener RTI, Dr. Muzafar Ahmad an
Mansoor Qadir-Doda jammu | 11 Feb 2011
India is at present facing many problems. The greatest of these is the problem of communalism. It is the biggest threat to the unity and integrity of the country. Anti-national elements are exploiting the religious feelings of innocent people.
GAYATRI ARORA | 10 Feb 2011
Roman Cathollics have come out in support of Hindus, who are disturbed over the portrayal of Lord Ganesh as a sex act on NBC's Saturday Night Live (SNL) and want apologies from all those responsible for it, including actor Jim Carrey and NBC.
Correspondent | 09 Feb 2011
valentine day is ahead,love is in the air,markets are filled with gifts,choclates, cards etc to make your loved ones feel special.
GAYATRI ARORA | 09 Feb 2011
Delhi has never been very safe for women, and this is not just a perception. The crime figures for the capital compared to other cities in India for 2009, reveal that almost one-fourth of the rapes were reported from Delhi.
Nidhi | 09 Feb 2011
The increasing imbalance between men and women is leading to many crimes such as illegal trafficking of women, sexual assaults, polygamy and dehumanization of society. These acts have been increasing making this world unsafe for women.
Social networking is now become one of our habbit in todays scenario, day by day we people are becoming habbitual to it...did we ever think, 'what will to our facebook,orkut,twitter, and all the social networking sites,when we will die..????'..these sites
Excitements are at Peak for the preparation of fest,there is season of 'Masti' in Delhi university,Preparations are in such a way that Truly this fest 'masti of d.u colleges surely will conquer all'.
Peepli was believed to be a nominee of the Oscars, a movie narrating the real plight of farmers in madhya pradesh i.e Peepli. The tuning of this movie is very prefect. The movie turns out to be presenting a true face of media as well.
Snigdha verma | 07 Feb 2011
One of the Indian students, identity concealed have said that,'we are treated like criminals and murderers'. It is really very annoying to go around wearing a detection machine, with people staring with envious eyes.
THE 'Ready-to-eat' food given in anganwadis which is one of the basic reason for the dismal nutritional status of children.I went to karnataka,and I am potraying this article to show the nutritional status of children in northern karnataka.
Crimes done against women are rape, molestation, eve-teasing, sexually harassed, physically and mentally touchered, female foeticide, sex selective abortion, parents selling their wifes, daughters etc.
Time magazine has listed names of top 25 political leaders of all time in the issue released on the 100th birth anniversary of Ronald Reagan In the list the name of Gandhi and emperor Akbar has been included.
Mukhtar Ahmad | 07 Feb 2011
THIS IS A POEM AND IS ABOUT THE KASHMIR FROM PAST TWO DECADES AND WHAT IS DONE WITH KASHMIRIS.THIS ARTICLE ASLO SHOWS HOW MUCH KASHMIRIS ARE TORTURED
SHEIKH SALIQ | 07 Feb 2011
It has been calculated that if everyone did not purchase a drop of petrol for one day and all at the same time, the oil companies would choke on their stockpiles thus causing them a net loss of over 4.6 billion dollars.
Vindhas | 05 Feb 2011
Vayalar Ravi visited Australia and New Zealand in June 2010 said he was worried about the growing issue and planned to launch an awareness campaign in Punjab, the state where the maximum marriages take place.
akanksha | 05 Feb 2011
Another most interesting stuff about the male passengers is that their children called them 'Sunday wale papa' because they get out of their homes in the early morning and came back late night.
Nidhi | 05 Feb 2011
Dil toh bacha hai ji review,Romantic light hearted comedy Three men and a disaster Director Madhur Bhandarkar sets all his movies in a particular milieu, and they have sweepingly generic titles: Fashion, Traffic Signal, Page 3, Jail. His new film, Dil to
GAYATRI ARORA | 04 Feb 2011
There is a saying that 'every dog has its day'. But 57 kms away from the city of Bangalore, there is a small village in Ramnagaram district named A V Halli where dogs are not only having their days rather they have a temple for them.
46 employees were found absent at District Hospital Budgam and four employees of ICDS Office Pampore. Disciplinary action has been initiated against the absentees.
Aamir Ali | 03 Feb 2011
Dusk is basically the evening time in a day without sunlight or light and thus what comes to our mind while we think of dusk is loneliness.
In 2010 Commonwealth Games was mega sporting event in India's capital New Delhi and nation was got engrossed in Grammy and Oscar winning composer AR Rahman's song 'Jiyo Utho Badho Jeeto'. Now, it is time to connect with The 'De Ghuma Ke'.
Neetu Banga | 03 Feb 2011
After the most popular and favorite couple of bollywood ended their relationship...not only the fans were dissapointed but whole of the industry too. and especially when Kareena moved on with saif ali khan all shahid recieved was sympathies from his
Abhay (Emraan Hashmi) doing nothing new as once again he is a playboy, and thinks of girls as ATM, uses Anushka (Tisca Chopra) and falls in love with her step daughter Nicky (Shruti Hassan) a NRI do-gooder who does not believe in commitments.
Rishija | 03 Feb 2011
We all aspire and dream..But many of us forget our dreams as we think that dreams can never come true..but the reality is that our dreams come true only if we utilize the inner power we posses.
According to a study done by the Crime Record Bureau of Haryana police, couples with similar fingerprints have better compatibility and they lead a better married life.
The good section of media labeled the Karmapa a Chinese spy while Chinese authorities denied that the head of the Tibetan Karma Kagyu sect was its spy or agent.
Neetu Banga | 02 Feb 2011
According to the Chinese Zodiac which cycles every 12 years, the Lunar New Year will begin tomorrow which will marks the start of the New Year. Each Chinese year is named after an animal.
Vishal Singh | 02 Feb 2011
Mahajan also appealed to the people of Jammu not to celebrate this dAY on February 14 2011, and also appealed to all the people of Jammu especially the students community to wear black dresses.
Rajiv | 02 Feb 2011
The advent of small cell phone manudacturing companies which are offering cell phones with all good features have made the market HOT for others manufacturers who had been playing is monopoly!
The authorities from VAL inadvertently failed to understand the higher educational scenario of Kalahandi, says a faculty participant, on mere presumption that the emergence of science education at Kalahandi is yet to be started.
Digambara Patra | 02 Feb 2011
Poverty can be of different types like absolute poverty and relative poverty. There may be many other classifications like urban poverty, rural poverty, primary poverty, secondary poverty and many more.
Dhriti | 02 Feb 2011
With the advent of shows like ANTAKSHRI hosted by ANNU KAPOOR , and SA RE GA MA PA, the music reality shows,Indian television industry saw a new wave generated in the genre of REALITY TELEVISION SHOWS back in early 1990's.
Central Information Commission should review all its verdicts involving BCCI as respondent in view of recent Supreme Court verdict, because earlier all such petitions were rejected holding BCCI not to be a public-authority.
Subhash Chandra Agrawal | 01 Feb 2011
The scientists who are refining the recipe for the new hydrogen-based fuel said it will run in existing cars and engines at the fraction of the cost of conventional petrol.
mohit | 01 Feb 2011
According to military spokesman Ismail Etman, the army would not use force against the public since the freedom of peaceful expression was guaranteed for everyone.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 01 Feb 2011
Bangalore, 2011 - As their CSR initiative, The Lalit Suri Hospitality Group, part of Bharat Group of Hotels Ltd., organized 'The Lalit Caddies Tournament' at the world's 5th oldest par 72 golf course - The Bangalore Golf Club (BGC).
Online_PRelations | 01 Feb 2011
Surangas are traditional horizontal man-made caves for water. Kasaragod district in Kerala has an estimated 6,000 surangas out of which majority are still in use for drinking water and irrigation.
Aishani Gupta | 01 Feb 2011
Snigdha verma | 01 Feb 2011