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Author  Interview;  Sudeep  Nagarkar

Novelist Sudeep Nagarkar’s, first novel Few Things Left Unsaid in 2011 was an instant best seller. Followed by That’s The Way We Met in 2012, which has also been the reason why he has dropped out of a of  his job at an IT company to become a full time author. He is now a bestselling author  of 8 novels. ...

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Are you ready to crack that interview?

With the career race getting tougher and more competitive, there really is no room for error. You need to nail that interview, and not just with your qualifications and merits, but also in presentation. You may think that the way you dress doesn’t make much of a difference but you could not be more wrong. But not to worry, follow ...

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frapp: College buddies’ idea becomes a business

We belong to the generation that believes in ideas and innovation and is not afraid to go after what we believe in. This is one such story, the story of a young company. They are fearless and bold and they believe in making a difference. Read their story, in their own words. First of all, thank you for taking time ...

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Ayushmann says I am the fastest bowler in India! – Pallavi Sharda

The gorgeous Pallavi Sharda is a true example of how one can make┬áit to Bollywood without a godfather. ┬áIn this┬áinteresting yet inspiring interview she tells us about her upcoming movie “Hawaizaada” and her journey from homeland┬áAustralia to dreamland Bollywood. A lawyer from Australian turned┬á Bollywood Diva , she is a stunning beauty with brains.   Hawaizaada seems like a magical ...

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How to screw a perfectly good Interview?

The following piece has been written for the sole purpose of seeing you, utterly and dismally fail. Do not peruse the contents of this slanderous piece if you really wish to have a Mercedes in your garage by the time you are 30. The only reason this article has been published is because this psychotic writer is pointing a gun ...

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Book Review: Lean In For Graduates

Lean In for graduates is the expanded and updated version of Lean In, it includes additional chapters dedicated to the graduates just entering the workforce. If you haven’t read Lean In, this is a must read for you especially, for recent graduates. Sheryl’s candour is admirable, and renders a feeling of validity to all the guilt and bias women in ...

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“Being sexy is in my genes” – Randeep

Her first film was a dream debut – a film with Dharma Productions that managed to score big at the box office. It’s none other than the gorgeous Alia Bhatt whose second film is a complete contrast to the glimmer and shine of ‘Student of the Year’. On a nippy Mumbai afternoon, Alia Bhatt looks like a teenager in an ...

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“Mummy, syllabus ke bahar question pucha!” – when Rahul Gandhi flunks the test.

Rahul Gandhi came extremely well-versed for his interview with Times Now’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami. But unfortunately for him, Arnab did not ask the questions that he came prepared for.  Rahul determinedly stuck to his order of replies irrespective of the questions, prompting Sonia Gandhi to go “Oh God! This is like his board exams all over again!” He seemed to ...

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Job hunt – don’t let it haunt you.

JOB HUNT OR HAUNT

I’ve read many articles on how people are depressed when not finding a job. But mine is an eye opener. We did not have campus placements. So what I did was browsed the PR firms in Pune and Mumbai and applied to them directly and of course also uploaded my CV on the various job portals. I found two jobs ...

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Bye bye Bachelorhood.

Sharmada Sivaram a DU gal describes the bitter-sweet pangs of ending her “bachelorhood”…. Before I began the Final Year of my Bachelor’s degree, I had a vague idea of what I wanted to do once my three years of pretending to study at a College ended. I wanted to pretend some more. This time I wanted to pretend while earning ...

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