Monthly Archives: January 2010

PM Britain’s first state Hindu school wows with marble temple

The showpiece of the school, which does not charge fees, is an eye-catching temple built from hand-carved Makrana marble from Rajasthan, the same marble that was used to build the Taj Mahal. The smart school buildings are wood-clad, their roofs … Continue reading

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New School in north London « The Vaishnava Voice

Plenty of room to play and learn A little more than ten minutes drive from Bhaktivedanta Manor you’ll find the new Krishna-Avanti school. I love the idea behind it, the architecture, and the boldness of its conception and execution in … Continue reading

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Russia outraged over attacks in India – CNN.com

We expect that the Indian authorities should immediately take strict and efficient measures to ensure the safety of Russian citizens,” it said. “Otherwise we will have no other option but to recommend Russian tourists to refrain from visiting Goa. via … Continue reading

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India defines night to curb noise – CNN.com

Indian policy-makers have prepared what they call a road map aimed at controlling pervasive noise. And one of the latest steps they have taken is to give comfort to citizens at bedtime. They have defined night in legal terms. “The … Continue reading

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A moment of clarity

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Giriraja, Sthana’s newborn

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Sunday Sunset

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The mean streets: where the locals fear to tread

For most Melburnians, the city remains a safe place. But there are certain hot spots that are menacing, and even locals try to stay away. via theage.com.au Here’s what I tell my friends in India. “There are places in Melbourne … Continue reading

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The Pioneer > Online Edition : >> Of cooks barbers and Australians

Krishna needs to be complimented on his belated discovery that the 66,000 Indians who went to Australia last year on student visas aren’t exactly interested in rocket science and that they are unlikely to be short-listed in future for the … Continue reading

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Off to do some hunting and collecting

Off to do some hunting and collecting in Suvarnabhumi Airport… Collecting my boarding pass hopefully… via hellotxt

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