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Riding high on success
A wide range of handmade fashionable jewellery has been kept on display at Khoobsurat Art Gallery. The two-day exhibition cum sale organised by Kumkum Shastry Menon, showcases a range of bracelets, clips and hair bands for kids, unique earring ...
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Middle class affected
The problem of power shutdown is seriously affecting the common man and the middle class families.
For students this has become a huge problem. The government needs to rethink on this issue and provide an alternative source. ...
When people think of electricity many things come to mind. Electricity has become an absolutely necessity and part of our daily life.
Power cuts may be due to the shortage of rainfall this year. For the supply of power, we still depend ...
Housewives can play a role
The problem of frequent power cuts can be braved by a display of togetherness and collective understanding among citizens and by implementing a few effective measures. We all know that solar power can replace conventional electricity. ...
Save to get over the problem
One of the major problems of the society in the present day is the problem of power cuts. In the present day, manpower is on the decrease and the machine power is on the rise, which is increasing the need of electricity. This is having a ...
Electricity does play a pivotal role in our daily life. And the present power cut is causing a lot of inconvenience to all. The shutdown after dark is a menace for students, housewives and to people who return home after a hard day of work. ...
Develop alternative source
Electricity is an essential commodity in life. Its demand is not uniform and it cannot be stored.
So far the government has not taken any effective step to implement the Hinduja’s proposed thermal power plant near Parwada, though ...
Who is to be blamed?
Is it the people who are holding the reins of the government, the opposition party members, the scarce rainfall or the end users of electricity, to be blamed for the power cuts?
The government should effectively regulate the misuse of ...
If the problem of power cuts is not tackled now it could soon become a major problem. The problem would affect all including students, industry, media, hospitals and infrastructure. So we must all gear-up together to tackle this problem by ...
Do not crib over it
We should not forget that we live in India and not in the US. Here power cuts are the order of the day. Grab the opportunity and make the most of it by spending quality time with your family and loved ones rather that debating about it. ...
Adjust to the situation
Power cut has become a major problem. Power shutdowns, especially in the evenings, create many problems for students, as well as for others. But this disturbance can be easily overcome if we adjust ourselves to this situation. Generators and ...
Play hard, see better
Outdoor play is good for kids’ eyes
This month, Pogo gives you a Barbie treat. Get ready to enjoy your weekends all this month with your best friend, Barbie, the doll that has every feminist worth her salt bristling with self-righteous anger while little girls apparently take ...
On the beat
Abhishek Ray talks about what makes a composer
Not willing to reconcile with mere recognition, scriptwriter Ananda Mohan from Guntur tells he is eyeing a bigger pie
A rhythm for change
Sunita Rao supports the girl child through her latest song
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