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They made a difference
How would you choose seven prominent Indians who have made a difference? The cast is large and it is indeed a difficult, almost impossible task. Featured here are seven who made a difference to the country.



BOOK WORM
Grand tales
Well told and simply put, this version of the Mahabharata has it all.


QUICK READ
Way to go, friends!
Raj knew the people of Nagaland needed a road and the first step towards that would be to meet with the Gaonburas…

Zoo in the snow
The Ranua Wildlife Park in northern Finland houses 50 different species of northern animals from bears to moose, wolves to birds.
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