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The Minimalist

by Sowjanya M The idea of being a minimalist is always what I wanted to try and implement for myself. I always look up to Sudha Murthy, she is truly an epitome of modesty, simple living, and definitely with great values and extraordinary life skills. As Steve Jobs quoted “Simple […]

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FDI For the Changing Times

by Vinod Narayanan Enhanced FDI inflows to the economy was among the Pioneer headlines in the past week. According to the data of the ‘Department For Promotion of Industry and Internal trade’. Indian economy received $49.97 Billion in the financial year 2019-20? viz.13%  more than that of last year. FDI […]

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Ratified Stalking

by Sowjanya M How do you feel when someone peeps into your newspaper while you are reading it in a train or sitting at a park? How do you feel when someone peeps into your mobile phone while you are watching a movie/reading something/texting/checking photos on your mobile phone while […]

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Manage Your Time

by Michael A. Nazareth How essential is TIME for us? Why do we manage our time? These are among the questions I wish to explore as I emphasize the essence of your TIME. Time is often qualitatively or quantitatively defined. An instance describing how short or long you attend to something or the […]

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Anger: One Letter Short to Danger

by Sowjanya M Anger is a normal feeling and can be a positive emotion when it helps you work through issues or problems, whether that of work or of home. However, anger can become knotty if it leads to violence, outbreaks, or even physical clashes.  Novak Djokovic, is a great […]