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Career as a Tea Sommelier – For Those Who Have Taste

Are you consumed by the love of tea? Are you interested in knowing the origin, culture, presentation and more about tea? Do you see yourself matching teas to an occasion, a meal, a menu or an ambiance? Then you are apt to be a Tea Sommelier!\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\r\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\nA Tea Sommelier is a trained and knowledgeable expert on tea tasting. He or she ...

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Abhyudaya ’12. Feb 18 & 19

Abhyudaya ’12 – Punaruthan, the 7th edition of the annual B-School fest for Institute for Financial Management and Research, will get kick started on 18th of February. Over the years, Abhyudaya has been acclaimed and evolved into a full-fledged b-school fest recognized for its excellence. With over 1000 plus registrations on the official website and 3000 plus entries for various ...

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Top 5 regrets of the dying..

A hospital nurse once recorded the top five regrets of the dying people. With suicide rates shooting up, who knows when one might need to them. So save them and keep ’em handy! 1. I wish I had the courage to live a life true to myself, and not the life others expected of me 2. I wish I hadn’t ...

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The Art of MANAGEMENT

“ONE IS ALONE” and “TWO MAKES A TEAM”, reinforcing the fact that a group brings strength and efficiency in work, so it is quite wrong to say that cowards walk in groups. It is the “MANAGERS” who walk in groups. Group building and Group leadership are the most sought after skills that employers look for in a managerial candidate. Creativity ...

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Top 5: Haunted Places In India

India is galore with stories of ghosts and spirits. Here we are, presenting the five most spookiest and scariest haunted places of India, which is worth to test your courage and beliefs. 1. Bhangarh, Rajasthan: This place ranks as the third most haunted place in the world. It is basically a ruined ancient town in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. ...

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England Vs Italy , 3rd Quarter final

Nitin Malik says: England There are always heavy expectations from English sides and its maybe because we are so familiar with their players. England has played a lot like traditional Italian teams in this EURO with heavy emphasis on defensive shape. Hodgson has instilled a much needed discipline in team, they are much better organized. The critical thing for England ...

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Gandhi in every pocket

Once upon a time, there lived a man by name Gandhi who brought India from past (British rule) to the present (free India) and then left his name for the future. Who could have expected that a title of that half dressed simple man would make a family run the country for generations. And the family in return expressed its ...

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Facebook or Face the book!

Remember the advertisement on the telly, shows an old man recall his days of youth and saying, that when I was 25, we used to talk face-to-face and not on Facebook. Well, I can’t help but agree with the man. The world is shrinking on Facebook. Our friends in as far as Philadelphia & Illinois, or Riyadh & London for ...

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Q and A with the game developer of Vaththa

JAM talks to Dhananjayan Thekkiam and his team who developed an online word game Vaththa. The game gives good exercise to your mind plus increases your vocab! Did you target any particular age group with this game? Since the level of this game is highly alterable, all age group / user group can select their requirement from available parameters, for ...

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Ceramic Artist

Do you see yourself spending your day with clay and getting your hands dirty? Then you could embark on a journey of a Ceramic Artist like Rekha Goyal who is very famous for her studio pottery. She has been conducting regular classes for pottery and ceramics at her studios in Khar and Vashi since 2004. She also teaches at Sir ...

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