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Bengaluru Urban District Is Most Linguistically Diverse in India!

By Suresh Rao / September 3, 2021

Bengaluru Urban’s booming economy and cultural tolerance have acted as a magnet for people seeking a better life, with data revealing that the tech hub is the most linguistically diverse district in the country.   (image-pic) Representative Image. Credit: DH File Photo, www.deccanherald.com/city Data culled from the 2011 census revealed that the city is home…

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Happy Krishna Janmastami

By Suresh Rao / August 30, 2021

Today/tonight is the day most Hindus (including those who believe in Hinduism as a way of life,) remember Krishna (also pronounced KRSHNA).              I remember how I got reminded of this day, way back in time, during my active working years.  Visit an old blog of mine at Sulekha.com where…

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Smuggling Of Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs

By Suresh Rao / August 26, 2021

(pics) from Wikipedia… Fossilized Dinosaur Egg from                                                                                        Dhar-Mandla belt of Madhya Pradesh…

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Taliban rage… how to restrain them… how can Afghan women regain their freedoms from medieval Sharia Laws?

By Suresh Rao / August 25, 2021

The US is about to leave Afghanistan an estimated $28 billion in weaponry, previously meant for use by Afghan Military. US was supposed to leave Hamid Karzai International Airport by August 31st 2021, after Afghan Head of State (allegedly, a US Citizen,) reportedly said his troops were not ready to defend Afghanistan against the menacing…

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2018 – Organic foods and Millets – Karnataka celebrates

By Suresh Rao / August 24, 2021

Nutrient-rich millets got a boost with the Union government of India deciding to declare 2018 as the  ‘national year of millets’. This decision was taken following a request by the State of Karnataka, which is India’s leader in the millet growing sector. At the inauguration of the three-day international trade fair (Jan 19 through 21st) of…

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TALIBAN resurgence in Afghanistan is not of concern to India… Pakistan-China nexus should be India’s concern

By Suresh Rao / August 14, 2021

(pic) Taliban, the new Afghans, at northwestern borders of India. Picture is a download from internet for illustrative purposes. Kanwal Sibal (writer of article sighted below,) is a career diplomat who retired as Foreign Secretary to the Government of India. In 2017, The Government of India awarded him with the Padma Shri award for his…

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“Chhori aur chhora medal laave”

By Prasad Ganti / August 12, 2021

Tokyo Olympics 2020 just concluded. Delayed by a year from 2020 to 2021 due to the pandemic, stymied by the constraint of not having any audiences, the games went very well. Overall, US won the highest number of medals, followed by China. India had the best Olympic performance by winning seven medals including one gold.…

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Ancient Hindu Culture in Bali (Indonesia) Cambodia and Thailand

By Suresh Rao / July 22, 2021

Exotic Bali islands of Southeast Asia are part of Indonesia and the westernmost of the lesser Sunda Islands. Bali can be located east of Java and west of Lombok; Bali province of Indonesia includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan. Look for Bali,…

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Going into Space

By Prasad Ganti / July 21, 2021

In a space of ten days, two spacecraft carried different sets of people to the edge of the space and brought them back to Earth. There are differences in their approaches to their respective missions. Much is being made of the billionaires involved in the so-called space race. With some questioning on the priorities for…

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The Infrastructure

By Prasad Ganti / July 18, 2021

I simply love infrastructure.  The structures and facilities which people take for granted. And not wondering where the power into your home outlets comes from. The behind the scenes happenings which make cell phones possible. Billions of tons of cargo shipped across the world’s oceans. Millions of people moved across vast distances by trains, buses…

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