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How to say NO to your boss
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How to say NO to your boss

In every organisation, there are a few 'Yes' men who should learn how to say No DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Indrani is still the boss

Indrani is clearly in charge in her little corner.She is speaking rapidly to a not-very-tall, pot-bellied, balding man, whom she repeatedly, decisively, asks, "Have you understood?"The tone is that of a boss talking to an employee.The words "cheque" and "two lakhs" float by.Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There are many things you learn when you sit in Courtroom 51 of the Mumbai City Civil and Sessions Court, presided by the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp refutes rumours of rift with Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said he has no problems with Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho and is ready to welcome the Brazilian back into the squad after he recovers from illness and injury. Liverpool have rejected three bids from the Spanish side, ...
 DNA4 weeks ago
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The person Amit Shah speaks to every day (not the PM)

BJP President Amit Shah is often described as the 2nd most powerful man in India, next only to his boss PM Narendra Modi. Tough, combative, acerbic, Shah is certainly no pushover. The top two men in India's ruling party, the BJP, are also close confidantes and sources say that in the last three years, not a day has gone by when the two men have not met or spoken to each other over the phone. But the PM now has to vie for his attention and the source of Shah's distraction is not the party or the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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How to work under a boss you hate

Life is unpredictable and you may end up working under a boss you hate. But there are ways to make the maximum of this tricky situation says Lakshmi Murthy. Let me start with a caveat: no one should be at a place where s/he is working with a boss whom they hate, but still have to put up with. It's a really stressful and unpleasant situation. But yes, life is unpredictable and you may end up working under a boss you hate. So let us see how you can make the maximum of this tricky situation.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Bureaucrats should learn to say 'no minister' when needed: Minister

Top bureaucrats should learn to articulate their difference of opinion with their political bosses whenever they think it is necessary, Union Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Jitendra Singh said here on Saturday."The top ...
 Prokerala4 days ago
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Kamal Haasan to form his own political party

Between the two, it's actor Kamal Haasan who seems to have taken the political plunge first. Rajinikanth, who has been testing waters, is yet to announce his political debut.  Kamal Haasan said yesterday that he will form his own political party as none of the existing ones can provide a platform for his reformatory ideology.In a recent interview to The Quint, the actor said he was thinking of launching a political party, out of compulsion and not choice.Yes, I am thinking on those ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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Why I support NEET in Tamil Nadu

(Image tweeted by @SupportNEET) Tamil Nadu has a track record of treating itself differently from the rest of India, setting itself apart from the rules imposed by the Centre as well as the judgments of the Supreme Court, on issues ranging from reservation to ...
 Sify1 week ago

Why didn't anyone ask where Sheena was?

Not Mekhail. Not Rahul. Not anyone.'Wouldn't someone have asked?' Indrani asked.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel returns to the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   I spent 21 days away from Courtroom 51 of Mumbai's sessions court where the Sheena Bora murder trial is being heard. Was anything different on Monday, September 11, on my return? Not much. Indrani Mukerjea's lawyer Sudeep Pasbola was still cross examining the Mukerjeas' former driver Shyamvar Pinturam Rai ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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And Indrani wants to speak to Peter...

As Peter sits outside the court with his sister, Indrani walks in with a request. It has been three months since Peter has started speaking to Indrani again, after a long silence of two years.Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com September 7's "severe headache" is nowhere in sight when Sudeep Pasbola, Indrani Mukherjea's lawyer, opens the proceedings in the Sheena Bora case on September 8, 36 minutes after the hearing is scheduled ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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