Shabana

PartV Rohit had borrowed Rs50,00,000 from his Dad and set up office at Signature Tower in Gurgaon. Event management was a competitive line, which kept him busy all the time. In the first six months he managed all by himself to keep the overheads down. He soon realized that most of the major orders were going to established players, which had teams. They had people in different...
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Shabana

Part IV The marriage celebration organized by Regent Corporation was at full swing. Sidharth Sinha, the bride’s father looked happy with the party decoration. He walked to the bar to have first-hand experience of the arrangements. Shabana moved ahead to meet the chief host, being the event organizer, she requested, “Sir, what is your preference?” Sidharth Sinha was an IAS offi...
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Shabana

Part III “Shabana, what would you like to carry for your lunch?” It was six o’clock in the morning and she was woken up by Ammi’s call. She was pretty excited because it was her first day to the office. She opened her eyes and looked outside into the courtyard; the day light was filtering in her room. Ammi was in the kitchen and Heena was asleep on the bed by her side. She did...
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Shabana

Part II Shabana had a bigger challenge ahead, to convince Abba for granting her the permission to take up the job. She mulled over the plan; how best could she present her case when she encountered him in the evening? “There was a fierce purpose in his turning up the right eyebrow … that was directed at her and made her hold her breath in awe”. Further his religious profession...
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Shabana

Part -I Shabana left the school with a feeling of relief on her last day of her CBSE Board paper. Outside the examination room, while passing the corridor, at the gate and until Darya Ganj Road, she found all the students to be excited and chirpy. They noisily discussed about the colleges and the streams, which they would be choosing for Graduate Studies. In the cacophony cert...
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Leadership

I have seen, read and seen live a few Great Management Leaders in my lifetime. It is obvious to everyone, that his or her personal experiences are of greater importance than the knowledge gained through other sources. In this light, I consider it worthwhile to share my own tryst with Destiny. It was my honour to see and listen to Peter Drucker live, when he had come at Jamna L...
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Importance of Charity

The gap between the Rich and Poor is growing every year. At present @1% of Top own @34% and @50% Bottom own @13% of the World’s Wealth. The sharp Inequality between the Rich and Poor exists in all the countries like USA, UK, India, South Africa, China but it is more skewed in certain countries - South Africa, USA, Russia, India and Namibia. It would be worthwhile to discuss a ...
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Lasting Impact

The good times or the bad times pass and along the way they leave behind some impressions. There are certain acts by others which provide instant satisfaction, whereas some acts have a more lasting effect. I will enumerate some of those acts which have influenced me personally. The contribution of the kith and kin in our well-being is common for all, therefore I am taking them ...
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Why we act irrationally?

We are Homo Sapiens that means that we can think, analyze, control ourselves and then act as with planning. That has been the main reason behind our progress. We are part of a civil order and therefore we abide by the rules framed by our society, religion, culture, nation and the international community. The combined actions churn our society and in the process some of us eith...
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What are the major problems of Poor Children?

To begin with, let me familiarize the readers with the reality. The poor children enjoy playing cricket, football, volleyball and many other outdoor activities just like their counterparts from well to do families. A few of them are quite innovative in terms of finding solutions, like identifying play areas. They decide upon uneven grounds, municipal parks, streets or ev...
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