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Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | Kritika Dua

Patralekha Paul prefers working in alternative cinema, says Kritika Dua For Patralekha Paul, acting can be equated with meditation, her take on things and clarity in her headspace. The two-film-old actress holds her own and is not image-conscious. She likes to portray the characters as real as possible without deviating from...

Women tick verified profiles

Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | IANS

A majority of women prefer to go for verified profiles when looking for a life partner on online matrimony platforms, according to a survey. Safety should always come first when it comes to any online activity, and since online matrimony platforms can be an easy target for scammers to find their...

‘Don’t pay more to get more’

Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | SANGEETA YADAV

Gurmeet Singh, MD, Johnson Controls, Hitachi Air Conditioning India Ltd, talks to Sangeeta Yadav about the new Expandable Inverter ACs for extreme weather conditions and the new campaign Tell us about Hitachi’s new range of energy-efficient air conditioners (AC)? We’ve launched a new technology — Expandable Inverter ACs in the room air-conditioning...

Crafted for the world

Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | Pioneer

Union Minister of Textiles, Information and Broadcasting Smriti Zubin Irani emphasises skill development in the handicraft sector and trade fair management at Home Expo India Union Minister of Textiles, Information and Broadcasting Smriti Irani emphasised the need for skilling our artisans, contemporising their native design sense and artistry and strengthening the...

Renewed vow for Make in India

Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | Pioneer

KVIC unveils steel charkha to mark the Champaran centenary celebrations As part of the Champaran satyagraha centenary celebrations across the nation, Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Radha Mohan Singh unveiled a 18 ft long, 5.75 ft wide and nine-foot high grand steel charkha in front of Gandhi Museum at...

Corporate Briefs

Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 | Pioneer

MMTC’s gold fest MMTC’s festival of gold was inaugurated by CMD Ved Prakash at MMTC housing colony on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritya. The gold coins launched are manufactured under ‘Make in India’ programme. OIL’s sustainable leap OIL, India’s second largest national exploration and production company, has completed another vital milestone by...

The mystic finds peace

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 | Team Viva

Artist Ram Kumar travelled to Varanasi and made the magical city his muse. By Team Viva Throughout his long, prolific life, Ram Kumar has been one of India’s most widely celebrated artists. Born in Shimla, in Himachal Pradesh, India, he studied at the Sarada Ukil School of Art in New Delhi....

Sculptor of melodies

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 | Uma Nair

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru is playing host to the exhibition Physical to the Spiritual: Dhanraj Bhagat till May 13. Uma Nair describes the different shades of the artist Dhanraj Bhagat at 100 years is a journey in the life of an artist and sculptor who was devoted to the...

Echoes in the foothills

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 | Team Viva

British photographer TOBY SMITH exhibits photographs of lower Himalayas in a show titled Pani-Pahar A photojournalist who works internationally on projects concerning landscape, environment, industrial and science stories, Toby Smith is displaying a photography exhibition Pani–Pahar: Waters of the Himalayas as part of India Habitat Centre’s year-long photography festival on sustainable...

Watch out

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2018 | Team Viva

Artist Biswajit Das in his painting exhibition, The Indian Circus, tries to explore and present the dichotomies with his stoic observation, unique artistry and satirical story telling. The beauty of his art work is that it is bereft of any particular belief or practice as such; rather, he is trying...


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Quake measuring 3.7 on Richter scale felt in south Gujarat

22 Apr 2018 | PTI | Ahmedabad

A mild tremor measuring 3.7 on the Richter scale was felt in parts of south Gujarat, including Bharuch and Surat districts, though no damage was reported, officials said...

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Shelter homes for passengers soon at Khadgada terminal

26 Apr 2018 | ADREESH BHATTACHARYA | Ranchi

The Birsa Munda Bus Terminal at Khadgada from which numerous long route buses, including daily services to Delhi, Bhubaneshwar and Kolkata, operate will soon get shelter homes for the ease of passengers boarding and getting off in the wee hours. The Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) has elaborate plans to make the inter-state bus terminal even more passengers centric so that this state of the art bus terminal can operate on...

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