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Who are real Idiots?

5 May

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After watching the movie “3 IDIOTS”, I really wondered  as to who is the true/ real idiot today ! So many options came to my mind. It was really difficult to decide the winner among them. So out of all the multiple choices, I choose the following options. 1) STUDENTS: From the moment they get […]

Superhuman Amidst Human Beings

4 May

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Swami Vivekananda shook not only America but the whole world with his speech. The president of the Science Assembly of the Religion Congress, Sh.Snehal, wrote in London’s Pioneer that the sole and ideal representative of Hindu religion. Swami Vivekananda, was the most popular and impressive person at the congress. Those who heard him and those […]

Influence Of Mughals In The Indian Painting

3 May

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When the first art historians of our times looked back on the art scene, the sixteenth century which saw the arrival of the Mughals struck them forcibly as an epoch of radical transition. Seven or eight decades before 1526- the year in which Babur founded the Mughals empire by defeating the Lodis at the battle […]

Self Interest Plays A Vital Role To The Media

2 May

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Reporters and editors care little about the reasons that lead practitioners to favour news media for distributing information. Instead, journalists focus on satisfying their audiences’ need for news and their preferences in entertainment. If public relations materials help a news organizations do its job well, journalists are happy to use them. Materials that contain no […]

Rules Of Media Relations

1 May

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Media relations is a two-way street where the rules of the road is observed a courtesy rather than enforceable regulations. In one direction, journalists ask practitioners for help in gathering information for news stories or verifying details. In the other, practitioners distribute news announcements to the media or ask journalists to consider story ideas for […]

How Web content Influence The Buying Process

30 Apr

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You’ve likely heard about content a lot lately-But what is CONTENT in its basest form? Content is the Web content essentially are of two types: Text and Multimedia. Text – it is the written part on various pages of the website with relevant text to be viewed by audience globally as well as locally. Whereas, Multimedia […]

How To Use News Releases To Reach Buyers Directly

28 Apr

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As it has for many things, the Web has changed the rules for news releases. The way buyer’s access news via Google, Yahoo and various PR web sites means that it’s not just journalists gaining access your news but millions of people around the world. How to reach and engage with these millions of people […]

Swami Vivekananda’s Encounter With Prof. Max Muller

27 Apr

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This year India is celebrating 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda and with great regards to the superhuman among all the religious personality this article is dedicated to him. While in England during his second visit in the year 1896 Swami Vivekananda was introduced with Professors Max Muller and Paul Deussen, the two great authorities […]

The Physician’s World

26 Apr

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On a devastating fire swept through a private hospital in Kolkata in the early hours of Friday the 9th December,2011 killing more than 90 people, mostly patients, and raising questions about lack of regulation and possible cutting of corners in pursuit of profit in India’s rapidly growing private healthcare sector. The West Bengal government reacted […]

What Will It Take To Reform Our Political Parties?

25 Apr

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At present there are more than 750 parties registered with the Election Commission of India. In a country likes India there are so many political parties, they all make manifestos of their own and form public opinions. These parties give a reasonable chance of coming to power either on their own strength or in alliance […]