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16th July 2012

Is Upgrading the Shelter Homes Enough?

Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board is planning to modernize the shelter homes in Delhi and is also building few more shelters for homeless. But will that be enough to keep the homeless away from the street sides at night? Delhi Urban Shelter Improve...

24th May 2011

Promotional items for NGOs

If you happen to leading an organization that is non government then you would definitely want to have more publicity mainly since these organizations that are nongovernmental depend on donations and charities that they happen to receive from different ki...

01st March 2011

Follow Your Favorite Bollywood Celebrities On Twitter In Steady and Systematic Manner

Any idea why so many Bollywood Celebrities are on Twitter? The obvious answer to this question is POPULARITY! Are you still thinking? Ok tell me, what brings popularity to a star? Some may say work and performance; others may reply appearance, looks, and ...

13th January 2011

Lucky Group in Future Green 2010

Lucky Group is one of the most famous companies in scrap metal recycling and they are best known as the aluminum alloy manufacturer in Dubai. It provides the best quality of services to its customers keeping in mind the safety of the environment. Lucky Gr...

10th January 2011

Jaagore – the online movement of change

Tata Tea’s landmark campaign – “Har Subah Sirf Utho Mat, Jaagore!” – has been encouraging citizens to participate in the change that they want to see since 2007. Through the years it has acted as an enabling catalyst on the issue of exercising voting righ...

07th December 2009

Delhi decides to cycle around

Salman Khan does it. George W Bush is a regular at it. No it is losing your anger at the drop of a hat or even starting a war just because you felt like it. These two and a whole lot of other celebrities are part of a cult that swears by cycling for healt...

16th September 2009

The biggest event in art & culture is back

Next time you think art and culture, think Delhi International Arts Festival (DIAF), which is the largest multi arts multi venue arts festival, organised annually in Delhi. DIAF, which began in December 2007 aims at establishing India as a global destinat...

15th April 2009

Youth and activism: Youth Lead Fest, Mount Carmel Church, Mumbai

Bandra is quite the Goa of Mumbai. Be it its winding narrow roads, innumerable churches and even more chapels or just the overwhelming Catholic presence, the Queen of the suburbs does take you back to the land of sun and sand. The Mount Carmel parish, ...

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