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Monday, May 19, 2003
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Climbing hills for a shelter
Lazing on the rocks on the slopes that landscaped the sides of the Vizianagram Railway Station and watching the trains pass by was the fad for the youngsters of this town in 1930s. And I was no different. Joining my friends after school to sit ...
His ambition is to enlighten the common man on Sanatana Dharma and its significance. He trained hundreds of persons in chanting the Gita and they in turn trained lakhs of people. Today at 83, he is never tired of guiding anyone who approaches him ...
K. Padmapriya Sahu, a Std. VII pupil of Olivet School, bagged a bronze medal in the 40th National Roller Skating Championship held in Calcutta on May 9, 2003. She won the bronze in the 10-12 year rink-II category. Her younger sister, K. ...
Acute poverty, persisting drought, untouchability factor and atrocities by the upper caste have forced Phulia to migrate with his family and friends to the city from the desert State of Rajasthan.
`Vaikunthapaali', a novel by noted writer Muddamsetti Hanumantha Rao and dedicated to the president of Kalaavedika, Nanduri Ramakrishna, was released by the CBI Superintendent of Police, Attili Sudhakara Rao, at a function organised by the Vedika ...
The kids, dressed in their best, had a jolly time at the `Vedika' hall of Hotel Daspalla on Saturday. The occasion was the `Healthy baby contest' organised jointly by the U V Entertainments in association Vilan Knit Garments Showroom and Hotel ...
A consumer exhibition `Coastal consum Ex' opened at the Bullayya College grounds on Saturday. The exhibition, being organised by M2U in association with Heritage Homes MMRI(P) Ltd., was formally inaugurated by the Mayor, Rajana Ramani. The ...
The Welcome Hotel Grand Bay has come out with an exciting programme for the kids to beat the heat in style. The programme titled Welcomkids Carnival offers exciting evenings by the poolside every Saturday and Sunday for the month of May. The ...
A messiah of depressed classes
He fought a relentless battle to remove the social evil of untouchability and along with B.R. Ambedkar, he succeeded in improving the social status of dalits to a great extent. As a schoolboy, he was attracted towards the freedom movement through ...
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