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The Queen’s India Brigade Prominent people of Indian Descent in the united kingdom
October, 2014

There are several people of Indian origin in the United Kingdom, who came into British society from many walks of life, some have made the British Isles their home, taking up different vocations, while some remain NRIs. They range from shopkeepers to academicians, chefs to industrialists, actors and actresses to sportsmen, and literateurs to traders and politicians, amongst others. We make an effort in this piece to feature a random

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NISHA PAHUJA
August, 2014
By Ajay Sood
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PONDICHERRY A SLICE OF FRANCE
September, 2014

Continuing our travel tale from where we left off last month, we drove off towards Pondicherry from Mahabalipuram – a distance of mere 100 kms. Yet, the East Coast Road off ered vividly changing landscapes – from estuaries to salt-pans, from backwaters to paddy fi elds. Just before entering Pondicherry, we crossed Auroville – the experimental township established in mid 1960s by the Mother. Technically, Auroville is in Tamil Nadu,

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Mahabalipuram Flashbacks of a Glorious Past
August, 2014
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CHENNAI A Heritage Treasure Hunt
July, 2014
By Naresh Singal
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YOU ASK WE ANSWER
September, 2014

I have just shift ed to a new house, and my daughter is not keeping well ever since. Please suggest some vastu changes which could solve my problem.

Anshuman Chhabra, Mumbai, India Th e Layout of your home has a cut in North West direction. Th is is not desirable wrong as per vastu as this is the air zone. A fl aw like this in this direction may cause breathing

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VASTU: Q & A
August, 2014
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VASTU Q&A
July, 2014

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By Anshul Gupta
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FOOTBALL MANIA THE ISL WAY
July, 2014

For supporters and fans of Indian football, the last several months have been a joy for all the good reasons. Leaving aside India’s performances in global tournaments and its rankings, there are portends that our football administration is taking steps to get Indian soccer inch up to global levels. First India getting the honour to host the U-17 World Cup In 2017, then the I-league has seen its fi rst

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Golf To The Fore
February, 2014
By Stella George
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MANGO THE FOOD OF GODS
July, 2014

India’s summer dovetails into the season for mangoes, that heavenly fruit also known as the ‘king of fruits.’ Our country is home to a whole plethora of mango varieties, each hailed as a delicacy. Eaten ripe or consumed while green and raw, the mango is universally liked and in high demand in Indian markets. India is also a prominent exporter of fresh mangoes to the world. Last year, we exported

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Jaggery
April, 2014
By Jyothi Venkatesh
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THERE IS A LOT OF SIMILARITY BETWEEN MARY KOM’S LIFE AND MINE…
September, 2014

NRI Achievers spoke to Priyanka Chopra on her fi lm MARY KOM. Here, we reproduce the freewheeling interview, mostly in her own words, as she gave to Jyothi Venkatesh in Mumbai.

How would you describe your role in Mary Kom ?

I am essaying the life story of the Olympic medal-winning boxer in the fi lm, which has been produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Th e director of the fi lm, Omung

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