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The messiah of Chennai
A human being was on fire, a case of self-immolation. He had sustained 100 per cent burns. The people in Chennai's posh Anna Nagar locality were in a state of shock. Luckily, one of the crowd remembered somebody who could render a helping hand.
Rotarians bring in celebs for social service
Cine star Twinkle Khanna was in the Capital recently on a special mission. She had come to inaugurate a centre of the National Open School, Tamanna.
Umbrellas in a myriad hues
Umbrellas are the must-have fashion accessories this season. Simply because the heavens have opened up and it rains torrents. A simple black folding umbrella would just not do. Maybe it would for the seasoned ones.
A new look for the Taj Mahal Hotel
For 22 years, the imposing building on Delhi's Mansingh Road has been the same. The opulent marble lobby, the gold-crested domes and the regal sofas in the lounge of the Taj Mahal Hotel have been untouched and the familiar environs have housed many a guest.
`I believe in giving each character a different shape'
Fardeen Khan, who disappeared into oblivion after his debut film, Prem Aggan, flopped, has made his presence felt in Ramgopal Varma's Jungle. The film has not exactly made waves at the box office, but Fardeen's efforts have been appreciated.
Bright prospects for Amway India after June 2001
Gurmeet Singh, who is a New York based, successful, independent business owner with Amway Corporation, both in India and in the US, for nearly a decade now. With his years of independent research on the business opportunities existing throughout the world, he has concluded that the Amway opportunity is one of the wondrous ones.
Nurturing a sense of sharing
Have you ever thought of getting rewarded by giving a suggestion for the betterment of your company? Never mind whether the suggestion is implemented or not. Kee Pharma rewards its employees for making suggestions regarding any aspect of the functioning of the company.
After IQ and EQ, it's now Spiritual Quotient
After intelligence quotient (IQ) and emotional quotient (EQ), it is now the turn of the spiritual quotient (SQ). Western authors like Danah Zohar and Ian Mitchell are increasingly considering spiritual intelligence as the most important attribute of a human being and the foundation for both IQ and EQ.