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Expressions

"A picture that seems obscene to one viewer is an insightful art to another, words that offend one's personality are interpreted by other personalities as clever humor or valid criticism."

The expression is an act of expressing, conveying or representing in words, art, music, painting or movement. It is an outward manifestation of a mood or a disposition: a tone or facial aspect or a look that conveys a special feeling.

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Climate talks- trouble for the world and India

The world has used up two-thirds of its carbon space for a 2-degrees-Celsius temperature rise, consumed 35% of known fossil-fuel reserves and cut a third of global forests.

These are the numbers climate negotiators from 190 countries must struggle with between November 30 and December 11, 2015, in Paris, if the world is to limit global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures, a level that, scientists say, is a red line.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

Beauty is something that varies from person to person. It's major priority is peoples' perception i.e. a man with russet hair or blue coloured eyeball may be considered more elegant by some people than one with crooked noses or beer bellies.

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The Volkswagen emission scandal

In 2014, a test conducted by a team of scientists from West Virginia University under a grant provided by the ICCT (Innovation Clean Coal Technology) that was conducted on three diesel cars showed that both the cars manufactured by the German manufacturer Volkswagen had emissions exceeding to the standards set by the US government.

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18000 job cuts by Microsoft

On July 17, 2014 Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had announced that the company would retrench up to 18,000 jobs, in what is the heaviest culling in the 39-year history of the Redmond-based company.

In 2014, Microsoft bought Nokia's struggling smartphone business for $7.2 billion. Since then, Microsoft has tried restructuring it. Therefore, of the 18,000 planned job cuts, about 12,500 would come from the Nokia business comprising both professional and factory workers.

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Reservation in India

India is a country where the solution of a problem becomes a greater nuisance than the problem itself!

It is only ironical that in the land of lord Ram who enthusiastically relished the half eaten berries of an untouchable devotee Shabri, the fault lines of caste run deep into the society, nevertheless a solution of was provided by the architects of the Indian constitution in the form of quota system where a certain proportion of jobs and positions in all government organization were to be given to the candidates from underdeveloped sections of the society under relaxed criteria.

Last Updated on Monday, 25 January 2016 18:53 Read more...
 

Do it with passion Or don't do it at all!

Success is something which is seen as a key objective while choosing a profession. One's personal interest may not be given the first priority as it might not lead him to success. But is all this right?

No. People choose career building and money yielding jobs, thereby, reluctantly leaving their hobbies which certainly lead to a common phrase from all employees, "I HATE MY JOB!" As a matter of fact, these employees are dissatisfied with their jobs. But we need to find out what actually is in the crux.

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Managing change - February2015

Change must be realistic, achievable and measurable. Leaders in particular, need to face and manage change in a constructive way but everyone who wants to be successful – in career & life needs to grow in every way.

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Startup tips for young entrepreneurs - February2015

Some of the biggest companies in the world, started young, from garages, college rooms and dorm rooms rose itself to some of the legendary business leaders the world knows today. Bill Gates, Soichoiro Honda, Mark Zuckerburg, Steve Jobs, and countless others left their names permanently imprinted in the hall of fame.

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The Difference between a Leader and a Boss - February2015

Someone has truly said that, "A leader can be a boss, but a boss can never be a leader". Although leaders and bosses have nearly identical definitions, there is a lot of difference between them in today's competitive life.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 February 2015 12:14 Read more...
 

Time Management - February2015

"I am so sorry. I didn’t have enough time." Whether we realize it or not, this is a dialogue we use at least ten times a day to express our failure in fulfilling our day to day responsibilities and obligations, and keeping pace with our hectic schedule. It is a common complaint from our elders that children of this generation do not maintain relationships with their cousins and distant relatives.

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Stress Management - February2015

The management which can control stress is about stress management. Stress, which is now-a-days, found in everyone. People, in order to remain competition adopt various new different challenges for which they have to remain in packed schedule. Because of this reasons, they think about and take stress. Stress in like tension only but stress in quiet move serious then tension.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 February 2015 12:15 Read more...
 

8 Steps to reduce stress - February2015

  • Exercise affects a neurotransmitter that has an antidepressant-like effect in your brain while helping to decrease muscle tension. Exercise also guards against the adverse physical effects of stress. During periods of high stress, those who exercised less frequently had 37 percent more physical symptoms than those who exercised more often.
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Recent Statistics on Old Age People in India - February2015

The elderly population (aged 60 years or above) account for 7.4% of total population in our country. For males it was marginally lower at 7.1%, while for females it was 7.8%.

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Managing Change - February2015

Change management is the application of a structured process and set of tools for leading the people side of change to achieve a desired outcome. Every entrepreneur has an idea in mind before starting his business. It does not really matter how big or small his contribution of change to the world is , because all that matters is that he did something that left a mark on the world.

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Coping with depression - February2015

Many people go through periods when they feel very sad, low or depressed. Often these periods come after an upsetting, distressing event - like the death of someone close to you, the break-up of a relationship, loss of an important job etc.

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A recently published list of the World's 50 Best Business Schools - February2015

For this list, nearly 10,000 readers rated the reputation of the graduates from top business schools around the world.

The selection included responses only from professionals who said they had experience hiring MBAs at least half the time. The selection also filtered the data to obtain better geographical balance. When the results were filtered further to only include responses from people who said that they worked in finance, the results changed slightly.

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Why A 6-Figure Salary Won't Make You Rich - February2015

There's something about the figure "$100,000" that just has a magical ring to it.

Since the 1980s, a $100,000 income has been a benchmark of financial success.

It used to buy a nice house in a posh neighborhood, two cars in the driveway, family vacations, college tuition for the kids, and a fair level of luxuries.

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 February 2015 12:16 Read more...
 

Women Empowerment - Jan 2015

In villages, women fetch water, collect fuel and work in the field. In urban areas, poor women work as a domestic helper in middle class homes, while middle class women work in office. In fact, the majority of women do some sort of paid work in addition to domestic labour but their work don’t get recognition.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 January 2015 18:51 Read more...
 

Team work - Jan2015

It is not enough to get your group together off site and have a few icebreaker games. If you want team building to work, you have to show the members of the team that it benefits them personally.

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