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'Large-budget films have nothing to do with length'

hing to do with length' By ET Bureau | 25 Feb, 2015, 05.14AM IST Post a Comment In photo: Geetanjali Bhattacharji, CEO, Marketing Services, Spatial Access, which runs a TV commercial audit. In conversation with Geetanjali Bhattacharji, CEO, Marketing ... Economic Times, 2 days ago

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Geetanjali Krishna: 'High' life in the slums

The other day, I noticed a woman in our neighbourhood park, with a box of sweets in her hand. She was offering them to all the domestic helps who come around mid-morning after they finish their chores for a spot of gossip in the sun. "Finally, my husband and ...
 Business Standard6 days ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: An immigrant's tale

The bubble burst about a year-and-a-half back, when the Saudi govt announced the Nitaqat law, making it mandatory for local firms to hire at least one Saudi for every 10 migrant workers Geetanjali Krishna February 13, 2015 Last Updated at 22:22 IST I was ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

These dogs aren't just just man's best friends...

Dog squads are sniffing out poachers and busting their plans. Geetanjali Krishna tells us more about these canine crusaders! India's forests and wildlife department has been fighting a difficult battle against poaching and illegal trade in animal products. In the last couple of years, however, it has had help from unexpected quarters. TRAFFIC, the international wildlife trade monitoring network, has trained several batches of dogs to sniff out contraband at check-posts as well as entry points ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Dog squads sniffing out poachers and intercepting illegal wildlife products  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: Bahadur and the dance of democracy

Do you need a general handyman or a watchman madam?" a young Nepali asked me politely the other day. His name was Dev Bahadur, and he'd recently immigrated and was staying in his uncle's room while looking for a job. "Right now, I have a temporary ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago

A delicacy for kings... sold by the roadside

What makes Daulat ki Chaat so freaking good? Geetanjali Krishna finds out!  Last week, I went to Old Delhi with a bunch of foodie friends and one of the first stops we made was at a roadside stand of Daulat ki Chaat. "Have some Daulat ki Chaat," the vendor coaxed us. "It's a delicacy fit for kings but sold only on the roadside!" We needed little persuasion -- this light, frothy (and inappropriately named) dessert is a Chandni Chowk standard and quite the miracle of kitchen chemistry. We ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Geetanjali Krishna: From Moradabad with love  Business Standard1 month ago

Let's paint the town

The St+Art festival in Delhi takes art out of the gallery to positively change the urban landscape Geetanjali Krishna January 31, 2015 Last Updated at 20:54 IST As leading galleries and artists from across the world come together in New Delhi for ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

16th century on the cards

A painstaking effort is on to revive an ancient card game that is a wealth of history and myths Geetanjali Krishna January 31, 2015 Last Updated at 00:14 IST Often people question the need for preserving vanishing craft, arguing that as cultures ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: What open learning teaches us

I met Sagar after a long time the other day. Last year, when he performed poorly in his class 12 board examinations, I'd helped him look for the best courses he could opt for after school. At that time, given that he had barely secured pass marks, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Japanese and Indian work cultures are starkly different: Geetanjali Kirloskar

In the Eighties, the Japanese were much admired in the corporate world as technology leaders. Management Gurus in the West began studying the Japanese Way, their management practices, production, quality management, meticulously planned processes -- ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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