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Asha Bhavan Centre is Organizing a Charity Program for Persons with Disabilities

For addressing this situation, our management is pleased to organize a charity program, ‘Sangeet Sandhya- Alor Sandhane’ at Rabindra Sadan on 9th July, 2015 at 5pm where the children with disabilities will showcase their talents. 136 more words


Interview with HESBON SIDON NYAKWAR JAMOKO #Kenya #Africa #oneafricanleader

Somewhere around the dominant and inspiring Mount Kenya, live the dream and the vision of a whole country!

HESBON SIDON NYAKWAR JAMOKO opens up the doors of his purpose to the world. 449 more words


RE-FOOD: a public service announcement from Lisbom

Restaurant culture is a wonderful thing. Ideally, it sparks creativity, displays local ingredients of good quality and brings people of different walks of life, neighborhoods and countries together in the same place in order to experience one of the most basic human necessities and great pleasures in life: to eat together. 713 more words

Desperdício De Alimentos

Who will guard the guards?

Nearly seven decades ago, India took birth as a democracy. A democracy is said to be a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. 553 more words

Cafe Eos before Crossroads

Cafe Eos is one of my favourite places for brunches and lunches and don’t know why I have not written about it till now. The original restaurant is a very small place that can barely house 20 patrons in Tin Hau. 245 more words

Eating Around


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By Kamlesh Tripathi


“Strength is born in the deep silence of long-suffering hearts; not amidst joy.” – Felicia Hemans

So true! And quite undoubtedly, when cancer strikes, it takes you to those long and dark tunnels, from where you need only a warrior’s might to return. 230 more words


 I guess we are all still kids then huh?

It was such a joy to be part of something so incredibly gripping. Me and the gang took the celebrations of our friend Aashish’s birthday at a local orphanage home for boys in the city. 325 more words