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Your Workplace

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes

Humans are constantly influencing and changing the environment around them. This happens both at the individual level and at the group level. The workplace is no different. In fact, it is one of the most dynamic and interesting places. No other space has so many people from varied backgrounds, cultures, interests and lifestyles coming together to interact and work.

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Manna for the Soul

By Melinda Pereira Kamat

Muddo (Smoked Coconut salad with seasonal greens)

Time: 4 mins,

Yield: 1 ½ wati

Ingredients:

1 wati grated coconut loosely filled and heaped [60g], ½ medium sized onion [20g], 1 tsp chilli powder, 1 segment of tamarind [chinchebot] [2g], salt to taste, 1 tsp coconut oil, 1 piece of charcoal or ¼ coconut shell

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Definitely Worth a Second Visit

By Anuj Mitra

The rock-cut caves of Ajanta and Ellora are situated in Maharastra. Both these sites have been deemed a World Heritage Site owing to its carvings and paintings which are rich in both details and colours. The closest city to both of them is Aurangabad. This tourist city is accessible by road, rail and air.

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Preparing for Japanese Nuclear Fallout

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat

The transport of desert dust out over the ocean at different distinct altitudes is not unusual and has been observed in several regions including in the Asian air masses above Japan and in the transport of Saharan dust plumes out over the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa.

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Meet the Photographer

Shammiulla Sayyed is a photographer who has passion and is driven. Sketching is another of his creative talents and he has held a number of art exhibitions of his paintings. Cedric Silveira in conversation with Shammiulla

 

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A Man’s Tie – Finding the Perfect Match

The right men’s tie can be the polish that gives an outfit the perfect shine. But with an infinite number of colours, patterns, and fabrics to choose from the gentleman can be left with a difficult choice of which one to choose.

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Is there madness in Dhoni’s method?

By Sharda Ugra

There is an advert seen on Indian television these days that has celebrities of varying significance egging on the Indian team in the World Cup.

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Dirty Dancing

Back in the 1960s Helen’s name on film posters used to be magnified and got more space than the heroines. And a dance number by Bindu or Aruna Irani was like an insurance policy for the film’s success.

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Soundbites from Real Life

By Anusha Agarwal
“My husband says that taking care of these matters is a woman’s job. He asks me, do you want to make me look unmanly by using a condom?”

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World’s Largest Silver Artefacts

By M J Raju
In recent times the price of silver has skyrocketed to 50 thousand rupees a kilogram or roughly five crores of rupees a tonne! Ancient and feudal India had lot of artefacts made of silver. But in those days the price of silver was low, as low as one anna or six paisa a gram.

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