Education & Career

Education & Career

The Concept of Realisation

Reading Time: 3 minutesIt is important that you start thinking along the lines of their confusion. Understand the confusion they have in mind and then address your communication in such a way that is simple and clear. The simplicity of communication is the most effective way to bring about comprehension, advises Ethiopia-based Preeyan, in the weekly column, exclusively […]

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Ethiopia: Panoramic Beauty and a Primitive State Untouched by Colonialism

Reading Time: 5 minutesVery little is written about Ethiopia and online research does not give a true picture of someone who is looking at taking up an assignment here. Ethiopia is the only country in the world that has stayed independent and did not allow colonialism hinder its primitive state. People have lived here for many years undisturbed […]

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The Power of Words

Reading Time: 3 minutesAs we work in a very challenging environment even a small negative impact can have a snowball effect on the outcome. So, what we say or how we say what we say needs to be calculative and thought through very well, advices Preeyan, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Words have the power […]

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Mind Your Language

Reading Time: 4 minutesPreeyan tells us the importance of language and body language in a work environment, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. We work in a multilingual, multicultural and multinational environment. Small organisations are no longer fearing to hire expats and the larger organisations are hiring people from anywhere. The atmosphere that this creates is […]

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How Relevant is the art of Delegation?

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe delegation comes easily to people who plan every move or people who are following set pattern or processes. But most cases are such that your entire operation is usually unplanned, says Preeyan, in the regular column, exclusively in Different Truths. Delegation is an art, most managers fail to understand how and when to delegate […]

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Education, Economics and Happiness

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe education in India is too straitjacketed to produce a progressive, happy society. It is not going to produce enough innovative people, or ideas, to really take on the world. Why is it that a Satya Nadella or Sundar Pichai reach the highest position in the USA, but there’s a lack of similar charisma in […]

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Festival Lights in Singapore, Blotting History, Stoned to Study, Lost and Found

Reading Time: 3 minutesShail talks of four news, in the last week, in her regular column. Diwali-themed trains, a station and five buses in Singapore to run until October 31. Taj Mahal is being communalised by a BJP MLA, supports UP government to remove it from the booklet on tourism. Northern Michigan University is offering a marijuana-focused degree […]

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How to Begin Wildlife Photography?

Reading Time: 2 minutesDo you love photography and want to be a pro in this field? We introduce a regular column, from this Sunday, by our Photo Guru, an ardent wildlife photography enthusiast, Dr. Ajay, who lives in Bahrain. He gives relevant guidelines for beginners and showcases four photographs with technical details, exclusively in Different Truths. I wonder […]

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What Motivates You in the Workplace?

Reading Time: 3 minutesBangalore-based HR professional tells us the secrets of motivations at the workplace, in the regular column, exclusively in Different Truths. One of the biggest asset you can own is the ability to motivate yourself to get up in the morning and do what you do well. The reason why I write about this is because […]

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Shall our Children Inherit a Future Replete with Shame, Molestation, Rape, and Murder?

Reading Time: 3 minutesEditor-in-Chief, Arindam, anguishes about the unsafe and insecure future that our children would inherit if we do not wake up to the growing crimes against children. He introduces the Special Feature, wherein Ratan Mani Lal and Vedatrayee Dutta take a hard look at this menace. He sees light in Tapati Sinha’s piece on Shantiniketan. Read […]

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