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Women

by Gitanjali | 28 July 2013 | No Comments


In this section by Gitanjali Prasad, will discuss about women's role as a Mother, Daughter and A Wife .....


Gitanjali Prasad checks out the beauty barometer amongst the Youth and Women in Mass Communication goes beyond the feminist veiwpoint.


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Food

by Gitanjali | 28 July 2013 | No Comments


In this article by Gitanjali Prasad, First thing you notice that this lady is a FOODIE! .....


Gitanjali Prasad will give you the recipes of exotic dishes and take you on a tour with her to the land of mountains, milkmaids and cuisines.


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Travel

by Gitanjali | 28 July 2013 | No Comments


In this article by Gitanjali Prasad, will show you the world her eyes .....


When Snigdha Mehra, 31, was informed that she had just been elevated about four rungs up the ladder and was to head an important division in the company, she was thrilled. But she was also troubled. Her husband, a high


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Work Longer ,Tempers Shorter

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In this article by Gitanjali Prasad, author of The Spouse Trail, we will learn the view types that .....


9 to 5 is no longer an accurate description of the average executives working day. The USA has coined the 24/7 or 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, concept. In a global economy, the competition is so intense


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