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Traditional craft blends with authentic cuisine at Hunar Haat

By Chayanika Joshi

New Delhi, Feb 13 (UNI) Hunar Haat, a unique fusion of traditional handicraft and embroidery made by famed artisans from the Minority communities, combined with the authentic cuisine, prepared by culinary experts from different states of the country, is underway in the national capital.

2016

2016 was year of change of guard, policies for HRD ministry

New Delhi, Jan 1 (UNI) The year just gone by saw the combative Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani making way for the low profile Prakash Javadekar, the return of the Class X board exams -- albeit from 2018 -- and a surge in student agitations that rocked the JNU and Hyderabad Central University (HCU) campuses and spilled into national campuses.

Silvr

Silvr can give you a high!

Bengaluru’s High Ultra Lounge D J Silvr has a heart-to-heart chat with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Anu Ranjita

Q.

TILLER’S

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

By Chief Copy Editor Abhijit C Chandra

‘If you can believe, then you can achieve’ seems to be the overriding sentiment conveyed through the countenance of 40-year-old Binod Mairta – a humble Bihari ryot’s boy who is employed as a translator in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat and whose first book – a 264-page romantic thriller – was released on August 30, 2016.

SARBAT

SARBAT DA BHALA

By Correspondent Joginder Singh Sandhu

JALANDHAR: In these generally self-centred and materialistic times when most people turn Nelson’s eye to underprivileged brethren, there are still those who care and share.

COLONEL’S

COLONEL’S ‘BRUSH’ WITH ART

Chief Copy Editor Abhijit C Chandra profiles an officer and a gentleman

BHOPAL: Painting – an artistic pursuit where the sole limit is one's own imagination – and soldiering, a rough-and-tough no-nonsense profession embedded in glorious tradition and governed by cast-iron discipline; seem to have absolutely nothing in common but, in the indomitable spirit of the Indian Army, Col Jaspreet Gujral – decorated with the Sena Medal – has succeeded in deftly combining these two vastly-divergent spheres.

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

Ahmedabad: Premier Narendra Modi himself interacted in person with this 20-year-old social worker who especially focusses on betterment of visually-challenged girls and women.

SARBAT DA BHALA

SARBAT DA BHALA

By Correspondent Joginder Singh Sandhu JALANDHAR: In these generally self-centred and materialistic times when most people turn Nelson’s eye to underprivileged brethren, there are still those who care and share.

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TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

By Chief Copy Editor Abhijit C Chandra ‘If you can believe, then you can achieve’ seems to be the overriding sentiment conveyed through the countenance of 40-year-old Binod Mairta – a humble Bihari ryot’s boy who is employed as a translator in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat and whose first book – a 264-page romantic thriller – was released on August 30, 2016.

Comrades up in arms

Comrades up in arms

All India United Trade Union Centre General Secretary Sankar Saha interacts with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Divya Joshi Kumar on a range of issues pertaining to the labour sector Q.

Traditional craft blends with authentic cuisine at Hunar Haat

Traditional craft blends with authentic cuisine at Hunar Haat

By Chayanika Joshi New Delhi, Feb 13 (UNI) Hunar Haat, a unique fusion of traditional handicraft and embroidery made by famed artisans from the Minority communities, combined with the authentic cuisine, prepared by culinary experts from different states of the country, is underway in the national capital.

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

VIJAYAWADA: In the first major interlinking of Indian rivers, the dream of connecting the Krishna and the Godavari has been achieved through the medium of the Pattiseema Lift Irrigation Project, constructed to convey the Godavari’s water to the Krishna and commissioned by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandra Babu Naidu on July 6, 2016.

India at Rio

India at Rio

The basic principle of optimism tells us that we should always view a glass as “half filled” than “half empty”.

Silvr can give you a high!

Silvr can give you a high!

Bengaluru’s High Ultra Lounge D J Silvr has a heart-to-heart chat with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Anu Ranjita Q.

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