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A Tiger for Malgudi

Story of a tiger narrated by the tiger`s own mouth Author: RK Narayan Synopsis As is the case of all RK Narayan novels and stories, A Tiger for Malgudi is based in Malgudi, an imaginary township in southern India. It is, in fact, an autobiography of a tiger. The tiger in the novel is the central character around whom the story revolves. His life in the jungles as a wild beast, his encounter with humans and ...

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Retail Management

The retail industry has witnessed a trend of burgeoning shopping malls and increasing entrants across cities in India. As more players enter the market the career landscape in this area is throwing up the need for specialists. Retail management offers a plethora of opportunities for talented individuals with a keen understanding of customer needs and related processes that go into making the buying experien ...

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A piece of advice for exam-stressed parents

Education Master Come exam season, anxious days and sleepless nights take the better of students. It is quite normal for students to feel on the edge. Parents too cannot remain immune to the exam related stress. Here is a piece of advice for parents from a person whose mission it is to lighten the burden of the parents under these trying circumstances. It is George Turnbull. With years of experience George ...

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Satya Nadella – Another Son Of The Soil Makes It Big Abroad

Education Master It is indeed a moment of glory for all Indians when one of their kind made it big in the world of Information Technology (IT). Satya Nadella did India, the country of his origin, proud when he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft, the world’s most cherished IT giant. No wonder news of Nadella’s elevation brought cheers and a sense of both vindication and déjà vu to most Indian ...

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Mid-day meal: The casual fill up

Education Master The Government might have succeeded in luring the kids from backward and poverty stricken families to schools with the promise of mid day meals, but is it actually successful in doing justice to what it serves up at break time is yet another tale to be told. Across India in most of the states, the mid-day meal programme of the government primary schools has turned out to be more or less a c ...

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