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Old is Gold

Old is Gold

What is your attitude towards your grandparents and elderly relatives? Do you feel they ‘ are a nuisance and that their opinions don’t matter? Then it’s time you changed your outlook! Older is wiser: Experience does count. You’ll be surprised at the guidance your grandparents can offer when you have a problem. Check it out! Be compassionate: Physically, old people… Read more →

Educated Girlfriend always Smart!

Educated Girlfriend always Smart!

Have you ever wondered how smart is your girlfriend? Well, they are quite smart than you realize. Some enjoy playing dumb to hit you where it matters when you are least expecting. Can we find out if they are smart or just playing? Well, we can, let’s find out how … Evaluate how she is with money  Smart people can… Read more →

Jeroo Billimoria

Jeroo Billimoria

One-third of India’s population comprise of children. Lakhs of them suffer some form of abuse, be it physical or emotional. Social entrepreneur Jeroo Billimoria has rendered yeoman service in reaching out to these vulnerable children, empowering them to lead better lives. Mumbai born Billimoria did her Masters in Social Work at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), where she… Read more →

Pets as Pals

When Sir Winston Churchill, an ardent pet lover, worked on his memoirs, a pet budgerigar perched on his head, a ginger cat on his lap and a poodle at his feet. Perhaps the company of his pets gave him the focus needed to complete the challenging task of penning hundreds of pages of the manuscript! A pet demands time, attention,… Read more →

Learning to be Independent

Learning to be Independent

Teenagers often feel the urge to assert their independence. But they should keep in mind that with independence comes responsibility. First, tell yourself that you are growing up and learning to discriminate between right and wrong. Remember, humility is better than overconfidence. If you would like your parents to accept that you have grown up, then as a first step… Read more →

Reality shows all that glitters

Reality shows all that glitters

Reality shows are especially popular among teenagers. Many aspire to be a part of them. They spend hours sending SMSs or dialling phone numbers to get an entry into a show. But is the effort really worth it? Being a part of these shows may not be always a great experience. There is cut-throat competition involving intense hard work that… Read more →

People Skills boost prospects

People Skills boost prospects

When people enter a room, their voicings differ. One lot says, &quot Fine…I am in” and there are others who exclaim, “Oh! There you are.” These two different expressions illustrate the fact that we may be individual entities alright, but still work in conjunction with others. We simply cannot function all by ourselves. The examples also emphasizes our capability and… Read more →

Joy of Reading

There’s nothing as delightful as curling up with a book and munching hot pakoras. If you would rather spend your time watching TV, it must be because The reading bug has not bitten you yet. Books come in all kinds of colors and types. You can choose from a wide range of murder mysteries, thrillers, classics, dramas.the list is endless…. Read more →

Keep the smile for success in life

Keep the smile for success in life

Professionals get very less time to appreciate each other and to take out few moments and encourage one another. The focused atmosphere at the office might sometimes appear dull and lifeless and the only way to make it lively again is to smile. Smile at any person you meet throughout in the office in your working hours. This way you… Read more →

Staying Connected

Staying Connected

For today’s teens, Facebook, Whatsapp, Hangout and other social networking sites have become household names. An individual who does not have a Facebook account is likened to a Neanderthal! Going by statistics, social networking is a fad that is here to stay. Before you plunge into the virtual world, BEWARE! Excessive networking can have negative consequences! Do you often remember… Read more →