Do you pay income tax in India? If yes, you are among 2% of India's population that pays Income Tax. India has a booming population. Spending in India has increased by leaps and bounds since globalization. Global brands in all fiends are keen to enter India and strengthen their presence here. Indians are a brand... Continue Reading →
Students in India's schools learn many languages including english. Yet they cannot talk in these languages. An in-depth look at language teaching methods in formal education.
The film starts with a monotone narrative about Taramani, farmers, fishermen, cricket, etc and says about unrelated connections. Then starts the film... a rocky journey that shows many social problems like - vulnerability of Anglo Indian women, theft, corruption, fake love, difficulties in the life of a single mother, flirting boss, the director's misunderstanding of... Continue Reading →
I was an avid fan of Vijay TV's Neeya Naana talk show. I like the constructive discussions between general public. Other debates on TV focus on how well a person can debate. But, I thought Neeya Naana was focusing on facts and public awareness. While watching the show a month earlier, my husband noticed a... Continue Reading →
"Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead" by Sheryl Sandberg is an inspiring practical guide for women who work. The author is the COO of Facebook. With her immense experience in the corporate world, she writes about how women can find success in the corporate world.
This book was first published about 65 years back, in the year 1946. It is a useful reference book for parents with children of all ages. There are separate sections in this book dealing with pregnancy, new born babies, toddlers, children and proceeds up to teen agers. It gives a clear understanding of what to expect at every stage of child growth. There are no mention of growth indicators or milestones. Instead there is a summary of what might be the normal growth pattern in children.