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  • 5 tricks to ensure that you're valued at work place
    Career5 tricks to ensure that you're valued at work place

    An employee, when appreciated for their contribution makes him/her feel motivating and productive, which in turns lead to organisational growth. Better recognition at work place motivates employees to go beyond the scheduled duty. But, most people can hardly measure their importance at the company they are associated with. For them, we had words with the experts and came up with tricks to ensure that you're valued in your organisation.

    7 months ago
  • 5 Things to Do Before Shifting to a Foreign Country for Work
    Travel5 Things to Do Before Shifting to a Foreign Country for Work

    Leaving your own country in order to settle abroad is a highly convoluted task that requires effective planning. That said, before talking about the considerations, it is important to note that travelling to a foreign country isn’t a complicated process,but there is a lot of paperwork involved if an individual is considering relocation for work.

    9 months ago
  • John Cena loves meeting people on his travels
    Hollywood NewsJohn Cena loves meeting people on his travels

    Wrestling star and actor John Cena says he loves to meet people while travelling for work.

    9 months ago
  • Washington to give preference to US-educated workers for H1-B visas
    World NewsWashington to give preference to US-educated workers for H1-B visas

    The US government has announced plans to change the H1-B visa programme to give preference to workers with advanced American degrees, a move which could potentially have the effect of reducing visas for those educated elsewhere.

    10 months ago
  • Modi sets tone for 2019 polls, attacks Mahaghatbandhan
    India NewsModi sets tone for 2019 polls, attacks Mahaghatbandhan

    Setting the tone for 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday termed the proposed Mahagathbandhan a compulsion of leaderless grouping with BJP chief Amit Shah asserting that if the party succeeds in next general election, it would remain in power for the next 50 years.

    1 year ago
  • Prashant Kishore not to campaign for anyone in 2019
    PoliticsPrashant Kishore not to campaign for anyone in 2019

    Election strategist Prashant Kishore on Sunday said he would not campaign for anyone in the 2019 elections as he wants to go back to the grassroots.

    1 year ago
  • Win 2019 and remain in power for next 50 years: Shah
    SourcesWin 2019 and remain in power for next 50 years: Shah

    With slogans of "Ajeya Bharat" and "Atal Bhajapa" the two-day BJP National Executive concluded here on Sunday not only pledging to return to power in 2019 but also to remain there for the next 50 years on the basis of performance and its organisational strength.

    1 year ago
  • Talent, hard work, perseverance needed to make name in any cinema: R. Madhavan (IANS Interview)
    SourcesTalent, hard work, perseverance needed to make name in any cinema: R. Madhavan (IANS Interview)

    R. Madhavan, who began his acting career on the small screen and went on to make his name in both the southern and Hindi film industry, says a combination of talent, hard work and perseverance is needed to cement one's space in cinema anywhere in the world.

    1 year ago
  • Yashwant Sinha attacks Modi, says people won't tolerate lies
    SourcesYashwant Sinha attacks Modi, says people won't tolerate lies

    In a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha on Saturday said that lies of someone occupying top office in the country does not go unnoticed, as people are smart enough to see through such lies.

    1 year ago
  • 'Soni': Indian film at Venice gala pushes need for more women's representation
    Sources'Soni': Indian film at Venice gala pushes need for more women's representation

    Ivan Ayr's debut feature "Soni", the only Indian film in an official competition section of the prestigious 75th Venice Film Festival, has an interesting juxtaposition -- of two policewomen who step up to curtail sexual violence against women. Actress Saloni Batra, who makers his big screen foray with the movie which explores gender politics, says it also focusses on the need for more representation of women in civic life.

    1 year ago