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T20 Jitters..

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Maybe I’m a little late on the whole cricket wagon, but honestly, can you blame me? I and many others have just been deflated with the amount of cricket we even try to… Continue reading

Why Gandhi Was Wrong

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Gandhi’s tactic of non-violence is often foolishly credited with the peaceful liberation of India. This claim would be more impressive if the British Empire hadn’t expired but was still around with a large… Continue reading

Have we been Masterchef’d?

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Reality TV has its shares of ups and downs. Some of us are massive fans of the ‘au naturale’ but there comes a point where we get tired of watching similar concepts, tones… Continue reading

Regrets On The Deathbed

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    From: http://www.inspirationandchai.com/Regrets-of-the-Dying.html There was no mention of more sex or bungee jumps. A palliative nurse who has counselled the dying in their last days has revealed the most common regrets we have… Continue reading

So you love Swedish House Mafia?

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A flurry of Blackberry Messenger updates, a trending topic on Twitter India and tons of Facebook spam: Yay! Swedish House Mafia is coming to Bombay on the 17th….et cetera. Oh tell me more… Continue reading

Re-thinking the role of short-term trading in financial assets: Keshav Thakkar

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The global financial system has come a long way since the days of the trading floor. Technology has played an amplifying role to not only bridge geographies, but also opening up new trading… Continue reading

Confessions Of A Young Banker – The Day I Snapped

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And it was probably the best thing that ever happened to him. This article was originally posted onWallStreetOasis.com. ‘My name is Stephen Ridley. I graduated from a top tier British University with a… Continue reading

Marketing Is King I – S. C. Johnson & Son

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Marketing is important. No one needs to market that fact to you. Most companies, whether they are big shots like Apple and Microsoft or much smaller ones contribute much in terms of time,… Continue reading

CLOSET COOK:: The Joy of Baking

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The Joy of Baking  A self confessed foodie, my passion for cooking and baking developed at a young age (not like those prodigious kids, but its always been an interest). Over the years,… Continue reading

Closet Cook:: Dear Old Falafel

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Dear Old Falafel (with a slight health twist)   Falafel, simple as it is has managed to become one of the most debated foods in the world. Its great taste and growing popularity… Continue reading