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Revealed: Bizarre gifts US President Obama receives

Revealed: Bizarre gifts US President Obama receives

16 Jun 2014

Melbourne: A bag of coffee, a gold-painted box, six steak knives and tote bags are some of the odd presents US President Barack Obama has received in his presidential reign. Obama has received many odd gifts in his presidential reign, which are filtered through the Protocol Gift Unit and some of them are listed on the State Department website.

Melbourne,   US President Barack Obama,   Protocol Gift Unit,   A bag of coffee,   a gold-painted box,   FBI Director Robert Mueller,   weird gifts,   ,  
Desired look for Valentine’s Day

Desired look for Valentine’s Day

07 Feb 2014

New Delhi: Revamp your look this Valentine’s Day, instead of the usual embellishing ways try out something different to compliment the love in your heart.

Valentine’s Day,   Anita Dongre,   Anita Dongre creative director brand ‘AND’,   brand ‘AND’ ,  
Masaba Gupta completes one year with Satya Paul

Masaba Gupta completes one year with Satya Paul

27 Nov 2013

New Delhi: Young designer Masaba Gupta, who has completed one year as fashion director at Satya Paul, says it has been one of the best things that have happened to her so far.

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Students to celebrate Indian cinema's centenary year

Students to celebrate Indian cinema's centenary year

19 Nov 2013

Chennai:  Enthusiastic students of Ethiraj College for Women here will join hands with Tamil director A.L. Venky to pay homage to 100 years of Indian cinema through an exhibition called Flashback, aimed to showcase and document the dynamic growth of cinema.

India cinema's centenary year,   100 years of Indian cinema,   Tamil director A.L. Venky,  100 years of Bollywood,   Paying homage to Indian cinema ,  
IIIT to develop technology for converting speech into text messages

IIIT to develop technology for converting speech into text messages

18 Jan 2012

Does typing message really irritate you? If yes then no issues as The International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) here is working on a mobile technology that would accept speech as input and convert it into language and text, which can be sent as an SMS.

Mobile technology,   gizmos,   converts speech into text,   The International Institute of Information Technology,   Director of IIIT Rajeev Sangal,   mobile software,  
 Women more likely to buy gifts for pets than partners

Women more likely to buy gifts for pets than partners

02 Apr 2011

A new research has revealed that women are more likely to buy presents for their pets and bosses than partners.

Women prefer pets over men,   women buy presents for pet,   Lisa Bond,   Peacocks' marketing director,  
Monkeys in Kazakh zoo get wine to keep themselves warm

Monkeys in Kazakh zoo get wine to keep themselves warm

04 Feb 2012

Monkeys in a Kazakhstan zoo are enjoying a "very human" remedy against cold weather, with wine added to their daily ration.

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UK readers go for Kama Sutra on ‘pages’

UK readers go for Kama Sutra on ‘pages’

20 Feb 2011

A new translation of the Kama Sutra and its adaptation to modern lives by Indian scholar A N D Haksar has been hailed in the British press as a "playful and wonderfully blunt translation."

Kama Sutra,   book 'Kama Sutra: The Art of Pleasure',   Alexis Kirschbaum,   editorial director at Penguin,  
V-Day movies: Pyaasa among Time’s top picks

V-Day movies: Pyaasa among Time’s top picks

14 Feb 2011

The classic musical-drama of 50s, ‘Pyaasa’ by Indian director Guru Dutt has been listed fifth among Time magazine's Valentine's Day list of top Romantic Movies.

top Valentine Day's romantic movies,   Pyaasa by Indian director Guru Dutt,   classic musical-drama of 50s,   Time magazine,  
UAE's first Indian choir Malhaar pays tribute to river Ganga

UAE's first Indian choir Malhaar pays tribute to river Ganga

10 Oct 2011

Indian expats in the UAE are set to experience a 'desi' musical delight as an Emirates-based Indian choir pays tribute to the river Ganges. Malhaar, UAE's first Indian choir, through its show entitled "O Ganga: Echoes From the River of Life" is set to explore the river's connection with culture, especially through poetry and music.

Celebration on Ganga,   Indian choir in UAE,   UAE first Indian choir,   UAE first Indian choir Malhaar,   O Ganga: Echoes From the River of Life,   Malhaar director Jogiraj Sikidar ,  

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