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healthy communication in a marriage
A man and a woman fall in love, get married and settle down in domesticity. They start their journey for a long and happy life together when in the middle of the road, they both realize that their partner is not behaving as they had expected. There are differences...
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Even though Royal Enfield brand is criticised a lot due to its quality, we have to give it to the company for being innovative. Royal Enfield became the first company in India to offer an adventure tourer and kickstarted a new segment which is currently being chased by many...
Learn foreign language
A child born in India, by default grows out to be a bilingual. As he learns his mother tongue, while in school, he learns English or Hindi – owing to the fact that both these languages are an intrinsic part of India’s ethos. India, with its 122 major languages...
Are you putting short-term returns before long-term goals?
In the mid-90’s, Richard Williams was something of a joke in tennis circles. This was not because he had pulled his obviously-talented daughters, Venus and Serena, out of the Shreveport Tennis Academy to coach them himself. A lot of tennis parents did that. Nor was it so much because...
Education Loans in India
When I did my MBA, just over a decade ago, the tuition cost of doing it, from what was considered one of India’s best business schools, was under Rs 3 lakhs. Adding living expenses and the cost of textbooks and other things, it was still possible to complete one’s...
One India One Election
BJP election manifesto envisioned the conduct of simultaneous elections across the country…all at one go! Since then, there has been much debate around this notion of ‘One India, One Election’. Of course, the voices supporting either side are fairly strong, which is why it is important to listen to them...
education
In India, though the literacy rate is better than it was some years ago, it is still in a bad, bad shape as compared to its western counterparts. If India is to make the late President APJ Abdul Kalam’s vision of a developed – or at least a rapidly...
sexism
Sexism at the workplace is a subtle and insidious thing. It is more complicated than people assume it to be, and combating it is far from easy. Even as overt sexual harassment continues to be a problem, women continue to face every day indirect discrimination in the form of...
Imress your teachers
Our years in school and college are an integral part of our life. We form our identities, individualities, and knowledge base here. Educational institutes help us develop and grow into resourceful and creative beings. The credit for these life lessons goes to the people who spend five to six...

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