With a prayer on my lips: It is a privilege to report on a Prime Minister's maiden foreign visit and Bhutan is certainly on every Indian journalist's bucket list. But for a queasy flyer, landing at Paro airport is a nightmare. It doesn't help ... Mid Day, 1 month ago
Arghya Banerjee, founder of The Levelfield School in Suri, West Bengal, on why he quit a high-flying job to teach India's young. When Arghya Banerjee's daughter was about school-going age, he and his wife Asima, began searching for a good school. Most schools they visited advertised their advanced infrastructure. None pitched their teaching philosophy. This was in 2007. A year later Arghya quit a high-flying job -- he was co-head at Irevna, a research firm, now part of CRISIL -- to start The ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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