Indian men spend just 19 minutes a day on routine housework against the 703
A global survey on 'Women in Business' has found that while worldwide the proportion of women in senior management positions is 24%, in India the figure is a much lower 14%.
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A few days ago, I got a call from a friend. She was at a Dell outlet and wanted to buy a laptop. She’s aware that I keep a tab on developments in the gadgets
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A few months ago a close friend of mine called up, slightly hysterical and insisted he needed to see me, pronto! Alarmed, I invited him instantly. He arrived, looking like death warmed-up
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It was the late 1970s when magazines, tabloids and dailies across the globe – as if acting conspiratorially – bombarded the world with articles peddling the importance of brands
On one of those mirthful nights of his summer holidays, Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder & Creative Chairman of Creativeland Asia was grooving
Within hours of landing in Beijing, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had inked the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement (BDCA) with China aimed at preventing face-offs between troops of the two sides on the 4,000 km Indo-China border which has reportedly seen several...