RBI’s power to decide on key interest rates in danger

In the wake of the government trying to control the veto power to vote, the former RBI Governor, C. Rangarajan has come forward and expressed his views on the move. Criticizing the suggestion to take away the veto power, he said that the power to decide the interest rates should remain with the Governor as […]

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Quilting back the ancient tradition in India

Women empowerment is not just employing them to make them earn but a question of self sustenance. This has been in talks almost everywhere from schools to the manifesto of political parties. The solution however still remain a question yet to be answered.  Ask a women how she feels in the job she is in […]

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World No Tobacco Day 2015 – An update

On World-No Tobacco Day lets take an update as to how far and effective we as a nation have reached to curb the ill effects of tobacco consumption. Statistics will easily show that India is the second largest consumer of tobacco in the form of gutkas, bidis and cigarettes. The ignorance has now lead the […]

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Pocket Friendly Cafes of Mumbai

While we look for eateries outside, a cafe has a different aura altogether. They are more cozy, friendly and fun to be in. From the menu to the ambiance, there is no better place than a cafe when it comes to being with friends and an acquaintance and just humming the tunes of life in […]

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Word Express with Trilogy in Mumbai

Language and story engagements are wonderful and refreshing for kids. It enlightens their creative instinct and makes them come up with something new. The art of story telling, story writing and character detailing just got better. Trilogy knows how to get that right for your kids. Words will become the world for your kids from […]

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8 cool shopping websites to vouch for

Online shopping is cool, fun and time saving. If you are looking out for some worthy options to buy online apart from the really well known ones, here is a curated list of  8 of them that you wouldn’t want to miss checking out.

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Trilogy has some romantic literary sessions on 19th Sunday

For those who love literary affairs, Trilogy manages to carry off the engagement in impressive ways. This Sunday the 19th of April, Trilogy starts with new sessions under its Poetry Project. Introducing John Keats, 2nd generation Romantic who died in his twenties, the session takes you through the various aspects that gives a poem the […]

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