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Joyous fourth rank!

Mother of three accomplished ladies; grandmother of two sweet little girls; with a beautifully built house being so lovingly maintained as an 'Art Museum' cum 'Abode of tranquility'; with streams of guests visiting to savior the joy of 'good living'; ever ready to help friends and relatives in the hour of need; ever enthusiastic to attend religious/cultural/social events around the city - all these are the quintessentials of Usha Chadaga's life at 64, in Udupi. Recently she appeared for her 'M.A. in Sanskrit' examination and cracked it with 4th rank - which is a fantastic achievement.

Udayavani - Manipal
July 1st 2011
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Ashraya's get-together for the seniors!

Since many years, our entire extended family (and circle of great friends) have been contributing to a great cause. ‘Ashraya’ - a home for senior citizens.

Founded by the B. S. K. B. A., ‘Ashraya’ is located at Navi-Mumbai; and has now begun welcoming senior citizens. The founding members recently had a get-together briefing prospective members and people from the media/press all about it’s facilities and services.
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Letter From China - What Fish Think

Opportunities exist in China for foreign enterprises to join hands with local enterprises eager to form business alliances...

By Jagdish Acharya
The Economic Times - Times News Network
Friday, June 1st 2007
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Letter From China - How To Succeed In China Without Really Trying

Chinese entrepreneurship is all about Difang Baohuzhuyi, Bao and Guanxi

By Jagdish Acharya
The Economic Times - Times News Network
Friday, May 11th 2007
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Life in Bollywood: Ambrish Acharya

Full Sail grad moves from film school to Hollywood to India – the world’s largest film market.

By Michael Barfield / Kaitlin Funaro
Full Sail Real World Education - Recording Arts News
Friday, July 21st 2006
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Painting the town red with Asian Paints

Jagdish Acharya was posted as the commercial manager of Asian Paints’ unit in Fiji in 1987, when there was a military coup and the local populace began targeting Indians.

By Dipayan Baishya
The Economic Times - Times News Network
Friday, September 10th 2004
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