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Split and bond
We are living in a situation where we encounter ësplit and bondí in our social surrounding and also inside ourselves.

The contemporary society demands you to be multi-dimensional and where one feels divided between various roles which he or she has to deliver in different time and spaces depending on the given contexts. We as practitioner of art how do we manage ourselves in this social condition which is persistent everywhere here and now.

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H1N1 Awareness Rally by Karunya U
On 14th march 2015, at Race Course Road, Karunya University along with Coimbatore Corporation, Seesha and Rapid Action Force, Conducted an awareness rally on H1N1 Influenza Swine Flu. The Registrar of Karunya University, Dr. Joseph Kennady welcomed the gathering. Dr. Vijayakarthikeyan, Commissioner, Coimbatore Corporation insisted on the precautionary measures to be adopted to avoid swine flu and advised to adopt hygiene practices to avoid H1N1 Virus. Mr. Paul Manickam, Director, Airport Authority of India, also ... Read More
Biennale: Kerala economy gets a cultural context
Kochi, Mar 17: A transformational art event that has changed the cultural landscape of Kerala, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) is also spurring the state’s economy beyond its selling points of rollicking beaches, backwaters and Ayurveda through a cultural context, experts and industry leaders point out.
As Kochi is swathed in an incredible vortex of images, passions and creative energies that gives this coastal city abutting the Arabian Sea the moniker of ‘Biennial City’, the KMB ... Read More

Infopark Agreement for creating 450,000 sqft of workspace
Kochi, March 20: Kochi will get world-class infrastructure for IT and ITES companies with Caspian Techparks India Private Limited signing an agreement with the state-run Infopark for its Phase II project. A 90-year lease agreement in this regard was signed between Mr Hrishikesh Nair, CEO, Infopark and Mr Thomas Chacko, Managing Director, Caspian Tech Parks on Thursday here.
Under the agreement, Kochi-based Caspian Techparks, a logistics and infrastructure development company, will construct a ... Read More
World Water Day Celebrations at Karunya University
A regional student meet was organized by the Water Institute, of the Karunya University concurrently with the World Water Day 2015 celebrations at Karunya City Centre in Coimbatore. Thirty papers were presented by students from 25 universities and colleges of Tamil Nadu and Kerela. More than 200 students participated in the event. Apart from that a quiz competition and debate were conducted. The celebrations were inaugurated jointly by Prof. B.J.Pandian, Director of WTC (TNAU), Dr. ... Read More
India train accident kills 30 in Uttar Pradesh
A passenger train has derailed in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, killing at least 30 people, a railway spokesman told the BBC.

The engine and two carriages of the Janta Express, which travels between Dehradun and Varanasi, went off the rails near Bachhrawan village.

Several dozen people were also injured in the accident, officials said.

Villagers, police and railway guards are trying to rescue passengers trapped in the carriages.

Images from the scene show mangled carriages lying ... Read More
D K Ravi sent 44 texts to woman IAS officer before death: Reports
Bengaluru: After the death of Karnataka IAS officer DK Ravi, some Bengaluru cops have been passing on conspiracy theories to journalists, reports the Hindustan Times.

Ravi, a 2009 batch IAS officer who was deputed as the Joint Commissioner of the state's Commercial Taxes Department, was found mysteriously hanging by a fan in the bedroom of his private apartment in South Bengaluru's Tavarekere earlier on Monday.

Whistle blower Ganesh Kondaliya had on Tuesday said that the deceased officer ... Read More
Karnataka Oppn intensifies protestson Ravi's death, Assembly adjourned
Bengaluru: Opposition parties continued their dharna for the third day on Thursday in the state Assembly, demanding a CBI probe into the mysterious death of an upright IAS officer, forcing its adjournment till 23 March, as protests over the death persisted across the state.

As the Assembly met, BJP and JDS members, continuing their round-the-clock dharna for the third day, raised slogans
insisting on a CBI probe, as government remained unrelenting in its stand that CID was ... Read More
Church Vandalised in Haryana
Hisar, Haryana: A small plot of land in Haryana's Hisar district, a four-hour drive from Delhi, has turned into a precinct of deep tension after the church that was being built here was vandalised. A cross was removed and stolen, according to a police complaint, and an idol of Hanuman was installed inside over a week ago.

The police removed the stone idol on Friday when a police case was filed against 14 people by ... Read More
Nitish plays politics, Bihar's growth dips to single digits
Patna: Bihar is paying the price for political instability. Its economy is shrinking and Nitish Kumar's decision to break the alliance with the BJP in June 2013 started it all. The state, which was once the top performer in terms of growth among all non-Special Category Indian states, is now performing so poorly that its growth rate is down to single digits for the first time in a decade.

In the past 10 years ... Read More

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