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Monday, November 11, 2002
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Smitten by the MBA bug... .
He quit his job in the Great India Peninsular Railway in 1927 to join Mahatma Gandhi's Non-Cooperation Movement. He enrolled in Sabarmati Ashram, participated in various agitations along with the Mahatma and earned the latter's appreciation. ...
He is a gynaecologist having no airs about himself and his humility and modesty do not display much about the person's skills and achievements. It is his affable and down-to-earth approach that gives one a sense of confidence. Meet G.A. Rama ...
Saahitya Surabhi, an association of lovers of Telugu literature, organised a seminar recently on Tikkana's poetry with a focus on the picturesque theatricalism embedded in his works. Rambhatla Nrisimha Sarma of All India Radio, who is a noted ...
A connoisseur's delight
The two-day exhibition of prints and slides organised by the Waltair Photographic Society was the connoisseur's delight. The expo showcased select reproductions from the all-India competition organised by the society earlier this ...
Young artists showcase talent
The five-day art exhibition by 25 young artists showcasing their 65 works is a treat for art lovers. It provides a glimpse into the individual expressions of these upcoming artists, most of them students of the Andhra University Fine Arts School. ...
A personality development workshop on `Soukhyam' will be organised by Suguna, a trainer, starting from November 17. The workshop will help the participants in choosing the paths to self-enhancement. For more details and registration contact ...
Kalaranjani Cine Orchestra, a newly formed cultural troupe, presented a musical nite at Vaisakha Kala Vedika, VUDA Park recently. The male and female singers presented popular numbers from Telugu and Hindi films. Further details of the troupe ...
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