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Love In The Times of Recession: The Last Day

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Post Views: 0 Our Anonymous Author gives us her first, a prologue of yet to be published book “Love In The Times of Recession”. Have a read.  Till 3 a.m. they were together speaking to each other, both were portraying they were normal, but then there was something in there mind. Tomorrow they will probably see each other for the last time. The only question in their mind was “Whether they will be able to see

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Education Generation Y HR Workforce

Organizational Values – New Age Ingredient for Sustainability

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Post Views: 1 Gurulakshmi Iyer- Hait talks of why Business of business need not always be business and why importance to culture and value building can actually yield positive bottom line results That business purpose and business mission are so rarely given adequate thought is perhaps the most important cause of business frustration and failure – Peter Drucker “Don’t lie”,” Do not steal”,” Respect the elders” are some of the gyaan our parents and teachers

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5 Reasons Why You Can’t Write-Off Sehwag

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Post Views: 1 Geoffrey Boycott, the legendary former England opener has opined that we might have seen the last of Virender Sehwag. Here are five reasons why we think he is wrong. Sehwag has been written off many times previously but he has always come back stronger. People write him off stating his attitude towards hard work and his work ethic but what they forget is the huge amount of talent and the reason for

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Melaka: Venice Meets Goa Meets Madurai

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Post Views: 1 Kartik Kannan writes about his visit to the World Heritage City of Melaka, which is a blend of Goa, Madurai, Venice and China! He offers a succinct view of his expedition of the beautiful place. What is Melaka? Imagine the Tamil song Va Da Maplillae competing with the yesteryear Hindi classic Do Lafzon Ki Hain – that is Melaka! The town has Venetian vibes with canals running through the periphery of the town, even

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A Gentleman’s Game. Why Question Now???

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Post Views: 5 Ankush Kumar talks how irresponsible talks and books only take away the interesting and unpredictable factor away from the game. This one is as straight as it gets and we hope it reaches Ed Hawkins. Bookie update… India will bat first and score over 260, 3 wickets fall within the first 15 overs, Pakistan will cruise to 100, then lose 2 quick wickets, at 150 they will be 5 down and crumble

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Education Entertainment Generation Y India Music Mythology Poetry

Influence of Music on the Inner World

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Post Views: 25 Shwetha Kalyanasundaram talks of the beauty of musical chords and how history and the present have been proof of the way music impacts our inner world All our ancient treatises on music propound that it is a gift mankind has been bestowed with from Divinity above; and that its bliss is made available to everyone as freely as air, water and the sunrays. These great texts on music also enjoin it upon

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The Recruitment Conundrum: Talent Crunch vs Unspotted Talent

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Post Views: 0 Ganesh Subramanian talks of the current problems in recruitment strategies of companies and gives solutions for improvement. A must read for all HR professionals Come the recruitment season, every year we see HRs of companies doing their best to bring talent on-board by various means – be it through conducting walk-ins, be it visiting campuses for hiring or through job portals or consultant tie-ups. They leave no stone unturned in enriching the

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India Life Marriage Opinion

From Iyer to Hait…The Journey Continues

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Post Views: 5   Gurulakshmi Iyer- Hait writes about her transition from being a South Indian idly-dosa lover to a full-on good Bangali Bou, cooking great maach bhaja and maacher jhol and celebrating Durga Pooja with all its fun and frolic. A Must read. Over the years I have realised that when something has to be written, the best thing to share is one’s own experiences, and to share experiences of life no one needs

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Attractions in Bharatpur, Rajasthan: Part 3

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Post Views: 32 This is the third of the three blog series delineating the unmissable attractions of Bharatpur. This post will talk of the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary. Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary Egrets, Cormorants, Siberian cranes, Pelicans, Darters, Herons, Pintail, Common Teal, Shelduck, Mallard – and you just have to name the variety to be able to spot it in the Park! Starting from the gracious Saras cranes to migratory water fowls to predatory Imperial eagles to

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Delhi Delights Indifferent Hues: A Different Take on the Kohli-Gambhir Spat

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Post Views: 5 From among all the mysteries surrounding the Indian Premier League emerges one ever-lasting truth – you can take a Delhi guy to Kolkata or Bangalore, out can’t get Dilli of the said guy, writes Jaideep Ghosh. If you’re from Delhi, you’ll know the expression – a scowl, stating ‘don’t mess with me’, a prized possession to be kept as carefully the latest smart phone, iPod/Pod and sneakers. This is to be carried

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