Three of the most successful and competent career women, Manisha Girotra, Managing Director and Chairperson, UBS, India, Professor Anuradha Lohia, CEO, The Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance,
Success stories are rather difficult to come by: especially one which has its origin in a prison. Mr BD Sharma, Additional DG Correctional Homes, West Bengal and Danseuse Alokananda Roy, are the authors of one such rare yet amazing success story.
Palmistry is believed to be the art and science of self-discovery. The lines in our palms give us a lot of information about ourselves and various things that affect our life. We can use this information to help us shape our future in a constructive way,
The “partners” were film director, Ashoke Viswanathan and actor Rajit Kapur, who kept the audience engrossed throughout their hour-long interaction with LSG members.
Jayachandran Palazhy, Founder and Artistic Director of Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore, gave a brilliant talk about Contemporary Dance. His presentation was ably assisted by dancer Diya Naidu and Hemabharathy Palani
The Saturday morning saw a slow but steady trickle of ladies walking into the Jamini Roy Gallery at ICCR. Writer (and banker) Ravi Subramanian, whose debut novel “If God was a Banker” (Rupa- 2007) still continues to be on the bestseller list of every book store,
LSG welcomed the Festive Season with the return of a carnival of their own -- the Gala Quiz -- along with a whole host of celebrities joining in the merry making.
Reena Jabran, and Chief Resource Person and Neuro Linguistics Programming (NLP) Coach of Jayakartha, Chennai, did succeed in making our members get out of their skin and break their boundaries.
Dr Ramachandra Guha is one the most seriously followed commentators of present day. His views on society, politics and environment are paid great attention to. And he is also one non-fiction writer who has been a big success in today’s world of reluctant readers.
The Tiger was chosen as the National animal of India due to its rare combination of grace, strength, agility and enormous power. The Tiger as the National Animal of India symbolizes the power, alertness, intelligence and endurance of the nation. The tiger also symbolizes India's wildlife wealth.
The retreating winter urged LSG to organise a short get away trip Santiniketan – Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore’s home and small university town – to celebrate the 150 Birth Anniversary of the great poet.
At this event, some of our members took on the role of some of the most colourful parliamentarians and debated imaginative solutions to “pertinent” issues. This was an opportunity for our members to showcase their talent of caricaturing.