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Latest Trends in Hyderabad

Hyderabad's iconic structure Charminar illuminated in tricolors

Biryani This trend never gets too old for Hyderabad and its people. Once in vogue, always in vogue. For years now, this place has been associated with Biryani. One cannot even imagine the different varieties of this dish that are available in this city. Hands down, the most loved dish in the city. Not only is it the locals’ favorite, …

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6 Easy Ways to Save House Rent Brokerage in Hyderabad

Ways to finding accomodation in Hyderabad

While the city of Pearls and the Genome Valley of India is a popular place for students and job-seekers alike, finding an accommodation or house on rent here hasn’t been easy for many. Here are a few tips you can try to make it work To-Let Signs-As old as modern civilization itself, to-let signs have not found a replacement so …

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Content is King. Where is its Honor?

A talented content writer should be treated as Ideator with due respect.

Importance of content is accepted by everyone be they are businesses or politicians. In the olden days civilizations were cultivated, promoted, and sustained with content. One religion say through word everything is created. Thanks to product innovation, new product development, market creation, and change management, content is raising its head above all other streams. Now the question is whether content …

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Merry Crisis and Happy New Fear for India Inc?

Merry Crisis and Happy New Fear

Imagine a scenario where the opposition was continually outwitted by the ruling party in its battle campaign against demonetization. The embattled opposition turned to god for help. They prayed to goddess Saraswati devi for a boon to outwit the Prime Minister. Heeding the relentless prayer, the Goddess agreed to twist the tongue of the Prime Minister at appropriate time a …

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Knowledge Workers vs. Corporate Bureaucracy

Knowledge Workers vs. Corporate Bureaucracy

Like never before, the post capitalist society in India is facing problems from within. In one sense, it is tradition vs. status quo; friction between intellectuals and managers resulting in negative growth of industries. Why the battle lines are drawn? What are the gaps with the existing knowledge economy? Who are the main stakeholders in this war? All these need …

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