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6 mistakes to avoid while looking for a job

By Neha Singh Verma; Bureau Communicate well, don't fabricate information on resume during an interview. Whether you are a fresher or a seasoned professional, there's always room for improvement, especially during an interview. Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Kathmandu Post

Open for business

KATHMANDU, APR 11 - Amazing Thailand reads the official tagline of the country's tourism authority, a slogan one sees peeking out of websites, travel package promos and TV commercials. But it isn't until one has truly entered Thailand and ...
 Kathmandu Post5 days ago

Atul Kumar | Serious business

Atul Kumar is all business and efficiency and like a homemaker, multitasks while we wait in his office, a comfortably small one-bedroom flat in an Andheri housing society in Mumbai. When the help, a smiling lady who insists Kumar see the vegetables ...
 Livemint.com6 days ago

Vishwanath files his papers, so do two independents

MYSORE: Congress candidate Adagooru H Vishwanath, the sitting MP from Mysore, on Friday filed his nomination papers, seeking re-election. He made it known that secularism will be his poll plank. A day after BJP candidate Prathap Simha filed his ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

GI tag given to Patan Patola saree weavers will safeguard their craft from imitations

Ikat is a current hot ticket worldwide, finding star billing in fashion, interior decor and even art. In India, its remit remains largely in craft, particularly the distinctive ikat of North Gujarat's Patan district. Even so, silk 'patola' sarees ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Kathmandu Post

Rajaswala days

KATHMANDU, FEB 28 - Navigating the rituals and myths, sorrows and shame that menstruation has come to be associated with in our part of the world. The place was murky, sunlight pushing to make its way through the lone window—but it was ...
 Kathmandu Post1 month ago

Feels like two places

I return to my hometown of Shillong annually and begin by recalibrating my measure of beauty. It starts with the food on my plate. The vegetables are smaller than in the metropolises ? slim, V-shaped carrots with their green shoots intact, baby ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

The Country Where They Measure Gross National Happiness

Putting people before profit in Bhutan By Gretchen Legler FROM THE FORESTED HILLSIDE above us, a bulldozer sends giant rocks and tree limbs sailing down onto the hundreds-of-years-old footpath leading us from the Paro Valley floor to Dra ...
 Arts Journal1 month ago
Sri Lanka Sunday Leader

The Forked International Tongue

How many deaths of Sinhalese and Muslims will it take till they know that too many people have died? (Apologies to Bob Dylan) By Saro Thiruppathy Funerals of the 60 men, women and children murdered by the LTTE in Kebithigollawe They say ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader2 months ago
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