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  • SAKURA Poothappol
  • on 3/30/2006
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  • Firsts in Literature Kerala
  • on 2/2/2006
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  • Non - violence
  • on 6/10/2005
  • Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and founder of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, in his June 9 lecture at the University of Puerto Rico, shared the following story as an example of nonviolence in parenting:

  • Library director publishes new book
  • on 6/7/2005
  • ATSUGI NAVAL AIR FACILITY, Japan — Dr. George Marangoly loves books as much as he loves literature. For eight years, Marangoly has served as Atsugi’s library director. This month, the native of India will publish his eighth book in his native Malayalam language. Malayalam is the language of the Southern Indian state of Kerala, according to an Indian government Web site.

  • Punarjanmam
  • on 5/31/2005
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  • Shopping for the little bookworms
  • on 5/20/2005
  • It's bedtime and you're keen for the little ones to get off to sleep so you can return to that DVD you left on pause. For their story, you try winging it again with a Japanese picture book, but the version you concoct this time is different to what you told them before. Pointing out that you've got the story wrong, the kids are suddenly wide awake. High time, you decide, to replenish your stock of English books. Here is a selection of where to shop for children's books in Tokyo.


  • 3 golden rules for effective communication
  • on 1/28/2005
  • Have you been wondering how to compose an e-mail that captures your strategies and goals effectively?


  • Buying a home? Don't get cheated
  • on 1/28/2005
  • One seller tells you his home is going for Rs 15 lakh and it is 1,000 sq ft. The other is willing to sell his house for the same amount but claims a bigger area of 1,200 sq ft.


  • Des, Pardes: NRIs Can Have Best of Both Worlds
  • on 1/17/2005
  • NRIs are descending on Mumbai (last year we got the World Social Forum) for the third Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, full of ideas, hope and criticism. As an NRI (a former NRI now), who moved back to India nearly three years ago, I have seen both the possibilities and the limitations of what we can do. NRIs often have a passion for doing something for India, but are at a loss to figure out what. Many want to solve the Indo-Pak situation, end corruption etc... All wonderful thoughts but a bit impractical. Here are four concrete ways for NRIs to make a difference:


  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • on 12/6/2004
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