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M.K.Gandhi (1869 - 1948): The apostle of peace and non-violence
``He had always been a private citizen without wealth, property, title, post, academic distinction, scientific achievement or artistic gift. Yet men with governments and armies behind them paid homage to him. He was the spokesman for the ...
Metro school montage
Pappu Gyan Dev, a Std. VII pupil of Olivet School, Maharanipeta, bagged the `Gifted child award' in the music competitions conducted by the Jawahar Bal Bhavan and State Education Department. The Minister for School Education, M. Venkateswara ...
Self-realisation is the key to happiness
"How do you cut a jack fruit without sullying your hands? Apply oil to them first and proceed with the job. Similarly, the oil of `Gnana' will prevent you from getting into a mess in this world. After obtaining Gnana, you can perform actions ...
Venky breathes easy
VASANTHAM HAS brought a whiff of fresh air into Venkatesh's career. Venky's desire to do different types of roles boomeranged with the two disasters Vasu and Gemini. However, Vasantham came as breather for him and saw his ...
Another star son makes entry
MOHANBABU'S SECOND son, Manoj, is also entering the tinsel world albeit quietly. His big brother Vishnu's entry was a spectacular event with a local television channel telecasting it live. However, insiders feel that the whole affair was just a ...
Teja on a talent search
TEJA WHO made stars out of several newcomers is planning a movie with an all-new star-cast a la his first film Chitram. Udaykiran, Nitin, Sada and Anitha are some of the well-known actors from Teja's stable, besides several other character ...
Silence for the second time
AFTER SINGEETHAM Srinivas Rao's Pushpaka Vimanamu, the second silent movie in Telugu, being made by actor Aditya Om is titled Kitakitalu. In Tamil, it is Kich Kich and in Hindi, it is Adbhuth and Miracle in ...
Rambha in an item number
ITEM NUMBERS by star heroines of yesteryear has become a big craze nowadays the latest being Simhadri where Ramya Krishna shakes a leg with young N.T.R. for the song Chinnadamme cheekulu kaavala... Now, Rambha, too, has ...
The Dew contest
Carrying forward the campaign for its neon-coloured drink, Mountain Dew, Pepsi organised a slogan contest last week. All that the consumers had to do was to complete the slogan "Cheetah kyon peeta hai... .." and drop their entry at special ...
Metro Cultural round-up
The Bhaktha Brindam comprising a large number of people from all walks of life sans any barriers, celebrated the first Aaradhana (death anniversary) of their Guru, Sri Swatchaprakasha Swaprakasha Ananda Dattavadhutha Swamy on the recent ...
Sports for special kids
The Vizag Jaycees, an affiliate of the Junior Chamber International, will organise special Olympics for the physically and mentally challenged children at the Police Barracks on August 15. The project was initiated by the Vizag Jaycees in the ...
The Waltair Jaycees, a global youth organisation, is organising a dance contest as part of the Jaycee Consumer Expo to be held at the Prahlada Kalyana Mandapam from August 1 to 3. The dance will be held in two categories: juniors - for those ...
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