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    PostIndia is a book we wish to write that would delve into the Indian psyche and find the common threads the runs through the diversity of this magnificent nation. It seeks to tell the story of our great nation, its bustling cities, its myriad by lanes and of the people that inhabit it. A lot has been written about India, and a lot more will be, but we wish to explore what it means for you to be part of this country and some place you call home. Tell us about the place you come from, the place you go to work and the experiences that you have along the way. In a place as diverse as ours one could not help but be daubed with colors, black and white, saffron and green, and a multitude of colors along the way.There is an India that exists in us, a very personal India that exists only in our hearts and minds. One that no one would talk about normally. PostIndia is a project to unravel that India.Do write back with your views, experiences, photographs and grandmother tales.You can [...]
    It's been ages since I wrote anything here... I've been taking pictures and noting down recipes to blog about but just haven't had the motivation to resume blogging - can't explain why....  We celebrated our son's birthday on August 5th and since he's into super heroes quite a bit, he wanted a Green Lantern Cake... (Green being his favorite color, this is the super hero he chose for his cake). I thought quite a bit about how to execute this and had a few ideas... one was to have cupcakes with the Green Lantern logo since that was fairly simple to draw... but the day before his birthday i decided to check out the 'Frozen Buttercream Transfer" method and looked at a few youtube videos before deciding on that approach... So i printed out a picture, whipped up some buttercream and gave it my best shot at tracing it. While there's a long way to perfection, this did the trick and my son was very happy with the result.  Here's a picture...  Today,  [...]
    I rush to the Vueling airlines desk at Brussels airport. Rather breathless. Trying on my best “distressed” look face. Actually, I don’t need to try. I am rather distressed. I have been looking forward to landing in Spain. And it seems the universe colluded. Against me. Earlier this morning, I wake up really early (like […]
    Jubilant FoodWorks, master franchise for Dunkin Donuts today said it has entered South India’s market with its launch of an outlet in Bengaluru. The company, in a statement said, Dunkin Donuts outlet was launched in Bengaluru’s Brigade Road. Commenting on launch, Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd CEO Ajay Kaul said “After making an excellent connect with the […] The post Dunkin Donuts launches Bengaluru outlet appeared first on The Business, Finance & Investments Blog.
    It is not unusual for consumer products giant Hindustan Unilever (HUL) to move out of its comfort zone and experiment with ideas which do not fall in its main line of business. In the past, the FMCG major had experimented with a launderette, and now it is said to be conducting a few pilots in […] The post Hindustan Unilever Limited launches e-tail pilot project appeared first on The Business, Finance & Investments Blog.
    by Suyash Rai and Ajay Shah. On 22 August 2014, RBI came out with an order which effectively forces firms such as Uber to either shut down, or switch to cumbersome payments mechanisms. On 24 August, we wrote an article Shutting down Uber in India was unwise which talked about the economic thinking in payments regulation. On 15 September, Raghuram Rajan responded to this criticism in a talk, saying: If there is a rule on the book, we don't allow it to be violated simply because the innovation is cool. We think that RBI's action does not even constitute proper enforcement of `a rule on the book'. We think that regulators like RBI cannot pass the buck for bad consequences of rules that are fully under their control. We think that if RBI was wise and accountable, it would have behaved differently. Let's work through the steps of this logic. Does the RBI action constitute sound enforcement of existing law? Let us first examine what Rajan [...]
    So now the 8 pack and 10 pack abs are in trends these days. And everyone is joining the club of these 8 pack abs. Now this time aamir joined the club. Yes, you heard it right after shahrukh khan 10 pack abs for Happy new year movie aamir shows his 8 pack abs on ... The post After Salman, SRK now Aamir Shows 8 Pack Abs for ‘PK’ Movie appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    All Bigg Boss 8 fans are eagerly waiting for the Bigg Boss 8 Contestants? Now the list is revealed and here are list of the constants which are appearing on the colors tv show Bigg Boss 8. Its season 8 is going to go on-air from September 21 and these are contestant which are joining ... The post Bigg Boss 8 Contestants Final List appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Much happiness ensues when you get some of the best creative talent under one roof. I shared a few of them yesterday, and here are some more. You know where and when to find them, don't you? Read through the post and I will share the details again!QREOHCece {Cecile Baltazart} and Troy {Shirsendu Karmakar} are at this very moment, curating the best from young indie designers to showcase them at the event. Via their brilliant online platform QREOH, they discover independent designers and help them launch a line or a design, by offering the discerning customer a chance to pre-order these limited edition apparel and accessories. I can't wait to see the entire range of eclectic, some of it never-seen-before collection that they would be bringing for us on the 27th & 28th! Rugberry Kaar-e-Hunar. Such a lyrical name is apt for the intrepid designer Saanya Khatwani's range of handcrafted bags and shoes made from vintage, flat weave rugs. Launching at the event, you will [...]
    [Did this some time back for my “thematic” Forbes Life column – this is about some books dealing with the parent-child relationship]Given that writing is an inherently self-examining – some would say self-obsessed – act, it is no surprise that the parent-child bond has been at the heart of so much literature, going back to the oldest recorded stories in every civilisation. Apart from being gateways to understanding our personal and cultural histories, parents can be foils or inspirations, scapegoats or pretexts for fretting about genetic legacies. And there is strong dramatic potential in the many – positive and negative – facets of these relationships.In the best such works, personal history is effectively set against a larger social backdrop. For instance, Art Spiegelman’s graphic novel-cum-biography Maus manages to be an intimate story about a son’s attempt to understand his father’s life even while it tackles one of the most important events of the [...]
    Air India is not the only national airline being kept afloat by government money. There are plenty of others around the world, the Economist reports- and the ill-fated Malaysian Airlines is not the only one. Poland's national airline received $200 mn from the government. Italy's carrier, Alitalia, was bailed out by recently Etihad, the Gulf airline, taking a 49% stake. Indeed, national airlines that are doing well are exceptions:The thriving airlines of Singapore and Ethiopia, and the Gulf carriers, Etihad, Emirates and Qatar Airways, all benefited from government money but have been allowed to operate as commercial enterprises with minimal interference. Such entrepreneurial thrust is rare. Elsewhere, inexperienced cronies often dominate management. State employees frequently travel free. Many carriers are obliged to maintain loss-making domestic routes to please politicians. Olympic Airlines was forced to deliver newspapers for a pittance to keep the country’s [...]
    "[…] the annexed Chinese Map of India, originally copied by M.Klaproth from the Great Japanese Encyclopedia for the illustration of the Foe koue ki. Although in some particulars it differs from the narrates of Hwan thsang and Shy fa hian, being the compilation of some unknown Chinese geographer, who probably gathered his materials from many and conflicting accounts. it will be found both useful and interesting at a time when public attention is directed to China for the most authentic particulars of the early history of this country."~ Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 17, Part 2, 1848. It was an addendum to Alexander Cunningham's detailing of Hiuen Tsang's route in India. Visit At The Edge for more...
    I’ve been meaning to break the silence here. Its been far too long and I have typed out posts atleast half a dozen times. Each time to hit the discard button because the posts were either too boring or angsty or some other form of irrelevance. Anyway I will come back and write when I […]
    Today Sonam kapoor is in LPU University Jalandhhar for the promotion of her movie Khoobsurat. Here she is wearing the Kristy De Cunha dress, Dior earrings and mawi jewellery clutch. She is looking so gorgeous and beautiful in the picture. For the the promotion she was styled by namrata soni. The post Sonam Kapoor wears Kristy De Cunha, Dior earrings for Khoobsurat Promotions appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Here is the first look of Jacqueline Fernandez form the ‘Roy’ Movie. As per our sources Jacqueline has a double role in the film; one is a filmmaker who falls in love with Arjun Rampal’s character, who is a writer-director. The other is a romantic track with Ranbir, a fictional creation of Arjun’s. Not only ... The post Jacqueline Fernandez First Look From Roy Movie – Plays Double Role appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    These day dabaang girl Sonakshi sinha is busy in the Shooting of her upcoming movie Action Jackson in Austria. She posted few pictures between the shots with the film’s team. The film is directed by Prabhu Deva will pay a tribute to the late pop icon, Michael Jackson. It also stars Yami Gautam and Kunaal ... The post Sonakshi Sinha in Austria For Action Jackson Movie appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Watch Kill Dil Official Trailer – the official trialer of Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar, Parineeti, Govinda movie Kill Dil is out now. Kill Dil title, inspired from Hollywood movie ‘Kill Bill’, is an upcoming romantic action film directed by Shaad Ali and produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. “KILL DIL” ... The post Watch Kill Dil Official Trailer – Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar, Parineeti, Govinda appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    After Dhoom 3 Katrina Kaif is back in action mode, yes this time she is doing the stunts in next upcoming movie Bang Bang. In which she is playing the lead actress role against Hrithik Roshn. The new trailer of the Movie is out and both the stars are looking so hot in the new ... The post Katrina Kaif doing a stunt with a seabob in Bang Bang appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Plant a Pocket of Prairieby Phyllis Rootillustrated by Betsy BowenI was chuckling heartily along with my daughter when I read the first book I came across written by Phyllis Root, "Looking for a Moose", when my daughter was just about two-ish.And now, Plant a Pocket of Prairie gave me another way to connect with my now nine year old daughter and inspire her to preserve what's left of our natural environment.What is a prairie? Most of us know it as the open grasslands of the Mississippi river valley where flora and fauna of all sorts thrive and form a tight eco-system that has been sustaining itself for years. Not many of know that it has been dwindling steadily over the past few years.As I read the first two or three pages of the book to my kids, I noticed their squirms and wriggles of initial resistance for the subject matter. By the fourth page, they sat up and exclaimed, "I get it! We are adding on more plants and more animals are coming too!"The book [...]
    Both the leading actors of upcoming movie Haider Shraddha Kapoor, Shahid Spotted at the Club Samsung Event for the promotion of the movie. Shraddha Kapoor attended the launch of Club Samsung in Mumbai today wearing a Sleeveless Pebble Crepe Belted Dress from Kenneth Cole styled with simple ankle strap heel. The post Shraddha Kapoor, Shahid Promotes Haider at Club Samsung Event appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    He was the last of the Karanavars (Patriarchs) and yet he was a man ahead of his times. In the apparent contradiction lies the man. P.K. Abraham Tharakan (aka Pappachan), was a free-thinking spirit, who carried the class, the charisma and the culture of his forefathers lightly on his shoulders. The class was reflected in his innate philosophy of life, in his sensitivity, respect and concern for others, an appreciation for fellow human beings and a readiness to lend a helping hand, regardless of his own difficulties. It is the kind of class that is rarely seen today.He often quoted Appan, his father, who had told him before he died, that change and adaptation was crucial to life. And so, he changed with the times. The boy who crossed the customs check point on overnight trips via vallum (country boat) from Olavaipe in the Kingdom of Travancore to Ernakulam in Cochin as an early teen, -        saw and took part in the dawn of independent [...]
    This blog turned eight a few days ago, over the weekend. This is the first time I didn't put out an anniversary post on time. I did not feel like it. Given what my statistics tell me everyday, I did not think many of you would see it, let alone read it. I am more curious than sorrowful as to why so few of you visit here these days.I'm not asking why you are not commenting. Oh no! I've gotten better at accepting that - but I am interested in knowing why my readership numbers are falling. I have never been wildly popular in numerical terms. If I were to borrow a leaf from a friend who worked in PR, I would call this a "niche blog", a "boutique blog". (But I won't borrow it - I confess that I do want to be wildly popular and wildly successful.) The readers are not many, but they were regular. They come/came for the stories, the discussion, the chat, not the photos, not even the recipes, I would guess. There would be a decent spike in readership as soon as I put out a [...]
    Amazon is preparing to launch a portal for wholesale merchants in India, the first country outside the US where such an initiative is being planned by the Seattle-based company. The wholesale portal could be launched early next year, according to two people with knowledge of the plans. “The (Amazon) India team has been working on […] The post Amazon plans portal for wholesale merchants in India appeared first on The Business, Finance & Investments Blog.
    The talent demand in the hospitality industry is higher than high volume industries such as IT, BPO, Retail and BFSI. As per TimesJobs.com data, hotel professionals have the highest number of jobs in the industry. The Travel and Hospitality industry reported a 15 per cent growth in demand for talent, as per RecruiteX (July 2014), […] The post Hospitality sector beats IT, BPO, Retail, BFSI in hiring appeared first on The Business, Finance & Investments Blog.
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