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Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Queen of hearts
Noor Fatima: She achieved what five decades
of Indo-Pak peace initiatives could not
posted by anil at 11:22 PM |

Sunday, June 15, 2003
After His Own Fashion
Considered a political ingenue when he became President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has lent a new buzz to the top job
posted by anil at 2:39 PM |

Monday, May 19, 2003

This article that came in National Geographic makes me wonder... How much do I really know about my country? Got this issue? Please let me know.

posted by Srishti at 4:16 PM |

Sunday, May 11, 2003

AID Concert -- May 17th

Association for India's Development[AID] will be hosting "Dhun... The Rhythm of India" by Indian Summer on Saturday, May 17 2003. Indian Summer, the valley's popular light music band, will play some of the unforgettable songs from your favorite movies. The concert will be held in Life Sciences A wing, Room 191, Arizona State University , Tempe, AZ - 85287 at 6.30 pm.

The proceeds of this concert will go towards supporting numerous rural development projects in India. Kindly show your support to the cause of India by attending the event with your friends. Tickets are available at all leading Indian stores and online at AZIndia. All ticket prices are inclusive of dinner which will be served at the end of the concert.

posted by Umesh at 10:54 AM |

Thursday, May 08, 2003

INDIA's GSLV-D2 Launch Successful

India's second developmental test flight of the Geo synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D2), was successfully carried out on May 8, 2003 4:58pm IST, from Satish Dhawan Space Centre - SHAR, Sriharikota. This marks a major milestone in the Indian space programme. It really is a wonderful news that our scientists are striving to be the best in Space technology. Although the D2 also ran with Russian supplied Cryo(genic) motors, this successful flight would certainly have boosted the morale of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). I can see our space programme going commercial in the next 4-5 years. Imagine the amount of revenue our workhorse rockets will be bringing in. It is estimated that if India commercializes its space launching systems, the cost of putting a satellite would be a lot less than (atleast 40% cheaper. BIG money when you talk of millions of $$$) the cheapest alternative now (probably the Russian Space Programme, I dont know however). Rock On....scientists. Full credit goes to you. Read More... on the article.
posted by Umesh at 12:11 PM |

Wednesday, May 07, 2003
This is only been lately..
that I have been going thru all these blog sites..
actually I went kandangath's web site...and I was looking at these....other blogs...

I found a very interesting fact...

team which is in srishti...out of them almost all of them with the obvious omission of a few most people have their own website..or blogs..
and those sites itself get updated pretty decently...and apart from this srishti.....

it was good to see that all those who had put bloggers names in their web sites have done their vice versa also....
and the comment section..;;close knit communty...

well what I am atrying to prove by all this.....nothing...
think about it...
well i dont even know if any body takes a look at this web site any more...

welll welll...
keep going


posted by Vijay Ramamurthi at 1:36 PM |

Monday, April 21, 2003
This high school's campus has more beyond slick design: laptops with wireless internet for every student and above, an intranet for anytime-anywhere learning, an amphitheatre, a media centre, studios for art, music, dance and theatre, air-conditioned classes, swank study-bedrooms, temperature-controlled corridors, swimming pool, Olympic-sized football field—the school's a wonder in marble and granite.
Ever wondering about which american school I am talking about!!!!!!!

well ull be surprised...

Take a look at this article......on school boom in INDIA
posted by Vijay Ramamurthi at 10:33 AM |