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Why is the South doing well?
Posted by: friend on Thursday, November 23, 2006 - 02:43 PM , Topic Name: General 
The four southern states -- Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu -- now lead the country in a number of indices, including education. It is telling that the four traditional metropolises -- Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta and Chennai -- are now being challenged at every turn by Bangalore and Hyderabad. Indeed, I would claim that Bangalore is giving Mumbai a run for its money as the First City.


There is a simple question: Why? What is the reason behind the South's ascendance? An equally simple answer would be: tradition. Or cultural continuity. The South has generally hewed to its ethnic, linguistic, and cultural patrimony, without necessarily being insular. This is the very reason -- rootedness -- behind the South's current growth.



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India - the Attachment
Posted by: asshaukeen on Thursday, October 05, 2006 - 10:17 AM , Topic Name: General 
My Indian Attachment
They came, they saw and they were conquered........

By: Lavina Melwani

The brilliant green eyes of the Goddess Parvati are startlingly beautiful; the goddess Lakshmi, with very South American features and stylish dress, stands on a lotus, her arms extended. And the mighty God Vishnu? He is powerful - and female. The images are the creation of the fevered imagination of Roberto Custodio, a Brazilian artist who has never visited India - except in his dreams.





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INDIA - the Powerful nation
Posted by: asshaukeen on Friday, September 22, 2006 - 08:11 AM , Topic Name: General 
INDIA
A Superpower in the Making?
The rise of this growing nation will change the balance of power in Asia—and potentially the world.
BY JEFFREY R. AMBROSE

With nearly 1.1 billion inhabitants, India is the second largest country on earth in population, and seventh largest in geographical area, over 1.1 million square miles. This is almost 1,000 people for every square mile of area nationwide—much denser than even China.

Since achieving independence from British rule in 1947, it has seen its share of conflict, struggle and setbacks. Although India still faces many challenges, it is now poised to reach a higher position on the world scene than at any previous time.



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NRI Students given equal rights
Posted by: asshaukeen on Monday, September 11, 2006 - 11:00 AM , Topic Name: General 
Indian NRI students to be given equal rights

Indo-Asian News Service

Vienna, September 9, 2006

Non-resident Indian (NRI) students studying in India will soon be given equal rights, including in fees and opportunities, as other students, visiting Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi said here on Friday.




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Cinema and MPEG 4 Format
Posted by: asshaukeen on Sunday, September 03, 2006 - 10:13 PM , Topic Name: General 
Brazil takes lead role in move to all-digital cinema
Using the latest technology, Brazil plans to open in May the largest network of digital movie theaters in the world.

By Andrew Downie | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor

RIO DE JANEIRO – The movie buffs that watched the Brazilian film "Os Normais" ("The Normal Ones") in a São Paulo cinema last October were not aware they were watching history being made. To the men and women sipping soft drinks and munching popcorn, the film - a spin-off from a popular Brazilian sitcom - did not seem that different from any other.



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