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Grass is indeed greener here

Even in normal times the country suffers a 36 per cent shortfall in green fodder, so the drought this year has seriously aggravated the situation. Though Rajasthan is one of the States facing an acute shortage, in the village of Chak Nagla Bija in Bharatpur ... Business Line, 6 days ago

The grass is still greener over there

Last week I shared with you the idea that if you are getting bored with the casino games youve been playing or becoming satiated by them, then perhaps learning to play other games might be the best medicine for your gambling soul. In other words, ...
 Casino City Times2 days ago
Computer News Middle East

Fresh infrastructure: the grass is greener

Bogged down by legacy systems and stubborn employees, Petroserv's IT was suffering. The Qatari firm's Head of IT, Mubarik Hussain, shares his story of how he instigated a complete technology overhaul, and has since reaped the rewards. Mubarik ...
 Computer News Middle East1 month ago

The grass is not necessarily greener on the other side

KUALA LUMPUR: Each time news reports emerge that the opposition is planning to have a public rally to supposedly overthrow the ruling government, I am reminded of what my late father used to say. "You don't have to demolish your old house just ...
 The Sun Daily2 months ago

El NiƱo's belly blow to Africa

REMEMBER all those articles about Ethiopia's impressive growth rate of over 10% over the last decade? Ethiopia is indeed aiming to become a middle-income country by 2025 and is on track to achieve this. It has already met or is coming close to ...
 Fin24.com1 month ago
Homes and Property

From amateur gardener to RHS director - Sue Biggs is on a mission

Despite never having worked in horticulture or charity, Yorkshire-raised Sue Biggs became director-general of Britain's leading garden charity, the Royal Horticultural Society, six years ago. She previously ran travel company Kuoni. Today she is ...
 Homes and Property12 hours ago

Date with a candidate How to hire people who fit your company culture

When you have the task of hiring a specialist, verifying a candidate's hard skills and knowledge is a piece of cake the candidate knows it or not. Everything else, including cultural fit, is much more sophisticated and nuanced, it is perhaps much ...
 Online Recruitment13 hours ago

Tips for Training Associates for Loyalty

Associate attorneys occupy a strange area in the law firm hierarchy. As far as clients are concerned, one lawyer is the same as the next: they charge too much. But there's much more to the whole associate makeup than just that overly abridged ...
 ACQ Magazine1 day ago

Blog: Agencies should value their talent

A few weeks ago, the leader of the Watford Advertising Course, Tony Cullingham, gave a stirring commencement speech to his graduating students. These speeches have become something of a thing inspiration that culture latches onto for direction.
 WARC2 days ago

3 Ways College Helps Prepare You for the "Real" World

These lessons from academic life can help lead to success in your career. There is always debate by employers, educators and students regarding if college prepares graduates to be career ready. There are many factors to consider in determining the ...
 US News & World Report2 days ago
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