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Hanigavana

THE VODAFONE CYCLING MARATHON IS BACK! BENGALURU TO WITNESS THE SECOND EDITION OF INDIA’S BIGGEST CYCLING EXTRAVAGANZA - VODAFONE CYCLING MARATHON 2015

  • Following the grand success of the first season, this year, the event promises to be bigger and better with more riders and more fun
  • Over 8,000 cyclists including 150 elite licensed cyclists of CFI from across India to participate…
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Atanu Batabyal

Teching Autos

A transport revolution: Teching Autos

First, it was mGaadi a year ago. Now, it’s Ola. Then, TaxiForSure is bringing it next month— booking autos by mobile applications. 1,178 more words

Technology

Open letter to Karnataka CM regarding occupancy certificates

Respected Chief Minister Siddaramaiah,

I was delighted to read yesterday’s newspaper report in The Times of India (Only 97 city high-rises have occupancy certificates… 660 more words

Citizenry

Does That Mean What I Think It Does? No, No It Does Not

Cultural idiosyncrasies of language matter. In India on a daily basis I find myself asking, “They don’t mean what I think they mean, do they?” Here’s a few examples. 102 more words

Travel

India bans Islamic State, hunts for sympathizers

By Aditya Kalra

NEW DELHI Tue Dec 16, 2014 3:58am EST

The President of India’s main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajnath Singh speaks to his supporters after an interview with Reuters in New Delhi March 30, 2009. 356 more words

The struggle for service in India...

If there was ever a time I miss my mom and dad, the time is now. Let me give you a context.

For the last 10 months, I have struggled so much for even the basic services in India, that I have a brand new appreciation for how much my parents protected me. 545 more words

Opinion