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A habba in Vasantha
HER SPIRIT that swelled India's pride remains intact. The Nation's sprint queen P.T. Usha was in Bangalore recently as a coach watching her wards perform in the National School Games Athletic Championship. Usha was often lost amidst autograph ...
If you think you have just about seen everything that could possibly be done to the Bard, you are wrong. For we are yet to see The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), which tries to pack all of Shakespeare's 37 plays and 14 sonne ts into a 97-minute performance!
Mohammed Muddassir has been busy running into the record books while clinching gold in the 100-metre and 200-metre races. He bagged a double in the recent National School Games athletic championship at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium. The 17-year-old pro mises more while leaving fresh marks of success on the track.
The Chinese who have made Bangalore their home have lived here for generations and never long for their distant homeland. Here's wishing them happiness on their New Year.
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