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Bhuvan

Alright before we go into Bhuvan, let’s get some facts and expectations straight… 1. Bhuvan means Earth in Hindi and Sanskrit 2. Bhuvan is developed by ISRO, Indian Space Research Organisation with a very important role played by National Remote Sensing Agency. 3. Data is provided by satellites including Cartosat-1 & 2 and Resourcesat-1 to get the best possible imagery ...

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Google Chrome Os

The guys at Google are really at it. Their recent announcement about their new OS is the next step in the ongoing battle between the giants of the digital world (the other one of course is Mr Gates’ baby, Microsoft). The peeps at Google have always been the first to introduce cool, savvy apps (applications) on the web, be it ...

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mobiBLU A7 “Fashionable” DAP

A lot of DAPs have made their way into the market. Here’s one more added to the list. The mobiBLU “Fashionable” DAP (as they call it) is a sleek-looking device with a pretty cool steel grey-blackish colour. Ok, enough about the looks. Let’s dive in straight to the features. Music: The A7 is a pretty good music player with a ...

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I Have A Dream

Meet 24 year old Ishita Chaudhry of the Youth Parliament Foundation, who has championed many social causes for the past seven years and contributed immensely towards the betterment of society. There are few who don’t dream. Unfortunately not many wait for them to blossom into reality. Ishita Chaudhry, Founder and CEO of the Youth Parliament (YP Foundation), is among the ...

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FOOD For Thought

The Midday Meal project delivers hot lunches to 550,000 underprivileged school children every day of the academic year. We find out what makes this project tick and tell you what you can do to make a difference. The problem was harder than it sounded. How do you get underprivileged children to come to school and get a much needed primary ...

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Try These!

Alright, it is rather well known that kinder members of the female species love custom gifts or some creativity behind the gift. And they don’t need to cost a bomb which can be a very good excuse when the economy goes for a toss. Here are a few websites that will help you add that personal touch to your gifts. ...

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Travelogue: Har Ki Dun

Resident trekking expert Aditi traveled to Har Ki Dun in the Himalayas and found herself lost in the immense beauty of the place. And the experience. How many times do we think that our lives have become so monotonous that we have no time to stop and smell the roses? Rarely do we get a chance to live amidst nature ...

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Aloo Mash

In order to meet the rising demand of convenience foods as well as pro-health foods, Vegit-Merino has come out with one of the most revolutionary products of recent times. Aloo mash is the new avatar of potatoes today! This amazing product is dehydrated potato flakes, which are cooked, mashed potatoes sized to the required form and density. Vegit Potato flakes ...

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The Time Traveler’s Wife

Audrey Niffenegger’s masterpiece takes you back to the age-old puzzle of time travel once again, in a remarkably sensitive way. Before most of you turn your noses up at the title and come to the conclusion that the book is an old wife’s tale (pun unintended), I want to clarify that if you do so then you’ll miss out on ...

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Sony MDR V700

Ever thought of putting a magnifying glass on the bass line of a particular track? That’s exactly what I first thought of the Sony MDR V700 DJ headphones. It makes you feel as though someone suddenly turned the lights on in the bass part of the room, which wasn’t getting enough attention all this time. Construction wise, it feels pretty ...

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