What do you expect after a wardrobe malfunction? Shock or embarrassment? Item girl Yana Gupta, who was recently caught on camera without panties, has chosen to take the incident in her stride and be very sporting about it. Where any lesser girl may have cringed and disappeared from the scene in sheer embarrassment, Yana suggests half-jokingly that she should perhaps now endorse some underwear brand!
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Chitradurga, 200 km from Bangalore could be the science hotspot of the country as four of India's most prestigious institutions are set to strike root there.
The rise of many-to-many, a 15-point love-letter to Twitter and the possible destruction of the role and funding of the press. That was Guardian News & Media editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger's back-story in
delivering the Andrew Olle Media Lecture 2010 in Sydney - "we are living at the end of a great arc of history".
While financial commitments by Indian companies towards philanthropy may be nowhere near that of Warren Buffet or Bill Gates, they are in their own way trying to bring about change in the lives of those less fortunate. The Infosys Foundation, Azim Premj Foundation and Biocon Foundation are among those whose well-heeled founders are setting aside resources to bring about that change.
The Azim Premji Foundation, for instance, is understood to be managing a fund of close to $1 billion from Wipro chairman Azim Premji and has been channelling this into healthcare and education.
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Imminent investment boom in private education Rising public clamour for private pre-school, K-12, vocational and higher education has created huge investment and business opportunities for venture capital funds, education entrepreneurs as well as for charitable trusts, NGOs and philanthropists. Dilip Thakore reports
By Peter Preston/The Observer
Early on Wednesday morning, I did what all modern American election obsessives do naturally. I didn't turn on the radio.