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Talking movies

Movies are nothing but a process of telling a story. It all depends on the filmmaker and on how he/she interprets it. The two aspects of a movie are content and technicality.

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‘WHEN-ITS’ TASTY

VENITES                                                                       

Which restaurant does one patronize? It all depends on the food. Especially ‘When-it’s’ tasty. Introducing Venite’s…no that would be the wrong word, Venite needs no introduction.

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The great Pandharpur yatra

By RAMESH SAVAIKAR | NT NET WORK
‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’ is one of the most important of Hindu festivals celebrated on a large scale in both North and South India in the Hindu month of Ashadh Shukla Paksha. The eleventh day (bright moon) of the Hindu month of Ashadh is known as Maha Ekadashi or ‘Shayani Ekadashi’ because on this day Lord Vishnu, it is believed, will go to sleep and will only awaken from deep slumber four months later on Prabodhini Ekadashi in the Hindu month of Kartik. This period in the Hindu calendar is known as ‘Chaturmasa’.

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Hiring the Women

By Aditi Seshadri
Mumbai (Women's Feature Service) - When Natasha Hebde's son, Vikram, was born in 1992, it was a bittersweet year for her. Motherhood was a delightful experience and Hebde poured herself into her family life, enjoying every minute of it.

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Harry Potter to Celebrate his Birthday at the International Centre, Goa

This Sunday, July 25, will be a happening day for Harry Potter lovers at The International Centre, Goa. A day of fun, magic and many surprises. Starting with ‘sorting hat’, there will be a philosophical study of the Potter series, film trailers and participant’s reflections and images of Potter trials and tribulations as well as the Hogwarts Academy of Witchcraft and Wizardry quiz.

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Australia: Rising From the Bushfire Ashes

By Neena Bhandari
As nature's fury wreaked havoc, reducing to ashes all that came in its way, engulfing historic towns and hamlets along the state of Victoria's picturesque tourist trail, even for 99-year-old great-grandmother, Mona Farr, it was unlike anything she had witnessed in her lifetime.

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