Monthly Archives: September 2012

Micro Advices

“I advice you not to advice me,” advised my wife as we were getting in to our car. As I was reversing, she said, “Look behind!” As we moved through the road-less paths of the city, she continued with her … Continue reading

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Rights and Wrongs

When a couple approached a rabbi with a request to resolve their domestic conflict, he offered to meet the husband and wife separately. The wife complained about her husband, “Because he is the bread-earner, he thinks that he can live … Continue reading

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House of Possibilities

Arunima Sinha climbed a height of 21,110 of Chamser Kangri mountain in Ladakh on 03 September. Rain, snowfall and poor light prevented her from climbing another 600 feet. She was a national level volley ball player, but had lost her … Continue reading

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Citizens know not the ways of EC

Election Commission of India website proudly presents achievements of CEO, Karnataka, Best Practices. The topic is inspiring – “Diamond Jubilee year of Election Commission of India. Greater Participation for a Stronger Democracy. Electoral Roll Management in Urban Areas”, presented by … Continue reading

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