The book consists of intricate details of freedom movement in the four Rayalaseema districts. Kudos to the author for embarking on such a major venture.

E.L. Natarajan in Padappai taluk, Tamil Nadu talks about exorcism and black magic

A priest cum exorcist from Amman koil talks about the ghosts and how they can be driven away

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Psycho-analyst, L. Karthik talking about the increasing use of tobacco among youngsters and the rise in the disease cancer on the eve of World Anti-Tobacco Day.

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Asian College of Journalism

The Asian College of Journalism in Chennai, India is a journalism school which offers postgraduate courses in journalism.

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Women Empowerment

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An old woman in Rajnal village of Gulbarga District talks about her grievances

An old widow in Rajnal asking for help from the Government. Many Banjaras don’t own lands or cattle. They work in other’s farms and earn little money. The poverty is widespread in this community and hunger is no stranger in many of its households.

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Folk Dance of Banjaras

Banjaras are the gypsies, originating centuries ago in the Jodhpur and Jaisalmer desert areas of Rajasthan. Their customs, language and dress indicate their origin from Rajasthan. They used to wander in forests to collect wood and sell them in the markets. Their traditional occupation is nomadic cattle herding. Later they slowly moved into agriculture and trade. They live in settlements called Thandas. They have a unique culture and dance form. On many occasions, they bedeck themselves in colorful costumes and jewelry and gather in groups to sing and dance.

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Shades of Green

An annual college festival at Asian College of Journalism which focuses on consequences of modern civilization on the earth and our lives.

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Kargil War

Pakistani militants firing at Indian soldiers at L.O.C.

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Sweet memories of my nephew

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