Saturday, May 26, 2007

A world heritage Adam's bridge (Ramar sethu) under destruction - Tamil Podcast

Last week, we had released a visual podcast furnishing the scientific and historic evidences on Adam's bridge (Ramar Sethu or Ramar bridge) at Rameswaram, connecting India and Srilanka. The podcast had received tremendous response and we had received lot of requests for versions in other Indian languages. Today, we are releasing the Tamil version of the earlier podcast.

Adam's bridge, also known as Ramar bridge or Ramar Sethu, a historic monument is being destroyed by Indian Government, against all protests from religious groups, environmentalists, ecologists, geologists, Tsunami experts and other eminent persons, as part of Sethu Samudram Canal project (SSCP). The Government has officially declared in the Parliament that there was no evidence for such bridge.

In this podcast, Dr S Kalyanaraman, an eminent and internationally renowned researcher on Indian heritages furnishes historic and scientific evidences for the bridge. He also warns the risks involved in breaking open the Ramar bridge, when the next Tsunami occurs.

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You can watch the podcast here, by clicking 'click to play' below

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Adam's bridge (also known as Ramar bridge), an ancient Indian heritage is under destruction against all protests

PodUniversal - Edition 8 - May 2007

Adam's bridge, also popularly known as "Ramar bridge" believed to have been constructed by Lord Rama with the support of Lord Hanuman at Rameswarm is under destruction hurriedly, against all protests. The Indian Government argues that there is no documentary evidence to prove the heritage.

In this podShow, Dr S Kalyanaraman, an eminent researcher produces all documentary evidences for the existence of man made bridge. He also warns that if the bridge is destroyed, it would cause damage to ecology and also provide a greater risk to western India, if next Tsunami occurs.

This podcast is produced by Prime Point Foundation. Please keep visiting and send your comments to

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Thursday, May 03, 2007

PodMagazine Edition 7 - PR bodies in India - An introspection

In this edition, we bring the views of few eminent people on the various functional aspects of PR bodies in India.

Ms Bhavani, President, Institute of PR, Singapore talks about the 'Youth PR Council' formed at Singapore. Dr C V N Reddi (Editor, PR Voice, Hyderabad), Mr C J Singh (Mg. Director, Core PR, Chandigarh) and Mr Yogesh Joshi (President, Associaiton of Business Communicators of India, Mumbai) also share their views.

This podcast is part of the Corporate e-zine PR-e-Sense April 2007 issue.

Click here to download the ezine (180 k) in pdf format

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