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'People should not think our party men kill each other'

'I told him when I started my political career seven decades ago he was not even born.' 'His political activities, the protests he organises and the way he fights the biggest corporate of India,......

The Telugu civil servant who is taking on Speaker Meira Kumar in Bihar

'Fighting Meira Kumar is not a daunting task at all. I hope to give her a very tough fight...' 'Bihar is one state where my Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has challenged Narendra Modi's candidature.......

Will the current trend prevail until voting day?

United Progressive Alliance's abysmal performance and the Bharatiya Janata Party's claims of good governance are two factors that could change how India votes this year, says Shreekant......

'If he wears a topi he would look just like N D Tiwari'

This week, after years of denying it, octogenarian politician N D Tiwari publicly accepted that Rohit Shekhar is indeed his son. For Shekhar, the change of heart must also come with a legal......

'Don't take a woman's financial, emotional independence for granted'

Maitri, which provides free and confidential services to South Asian-American families facing domestic violence, at its 23rd annual gala, raised half a million dollars. Ritu Jha reports About 400......

The 20 top 'thought leaders' in India

Thought Leaders are defined as organisations or individuals that change attitudes and behaviours. A Thought Leadership approach gives brands a positive point of difference, forging stronger, more......

Compulsory psychometric tests likely for pilots

In the wake of the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines flight, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in India might make it mandatory for pilots to undergo psychometric......

Will National Pension Scheme go the EPF way?

Apart from retirement or job loss, you can withdraw money from your employee provident fund for specified purposes such as children's marriage, house purchase and treatment of critical illness.......

Indian companies to up spending on cyber security by 100%

Faced with rise in malicious cyber attacks that try to steal critical data, Indian firms will spend over Rs 25 crore (Rs 250 million) on average on information security this year, a study by global......

Subbarao cautions against creating 'too-large-to-fail bank'

Amidst the ongoing talks of consolidating small state-run banks to create one or two globally large size banks, Reserve Bank governor D Subbarao today cautioned against making a 'too-large-to-fail'......

Why you MUST watch Gulabi Gang

The writing is on the wall -- and it is written in the blood of the women who ‘died’, ‘ran off’ or ‘committed suicide’ under mysterious, carefully unexplained......

SRK trampling anti-tobacco laws, says NOTE

India's premier anti-tobacco watchdog, NOTE has expressed concern over superstar Shahrukh Khan's arrogant behaviour with which he time and again decides to "trample" the law and smoke in public......

Why we love to HATE Shah Rukh Khan

Let's kick the superstar when he is down, for god knows he makes good copy and helps us grab eyeballs, says Sanchari Bhattacharya. When Neha Dhupia had famously said 'Only sex and Shah Rukh Khan......

Doha organisers flay Rathore

The organisers of the Doha Asian Games sought an apology from Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore for his alleged "offensive behaviour" against officials and threatened legal action against the star Indian......

Champions League: Problems for Zenit and pies for Dortmund in last 16

Borussia Dortmund fans will be offered tea and pies at Zenit St Petersburg on Tuesday but there will be no such generosity on the pitch with the Russians intent on reaching their first Champions......

Check out ICC's steps to deter match-fixing at CT!

In the wake of the spot-fixing scandal surrounding the Indian Premier League and the Bangladesh Premier League, the ICC is doing whatever it can to minimise the risk of corruption during the......

FICA demands inquiry into Siva's ICC appointment

The Federation of International Cricketers Association has demanded an ICC ethics committee inquiry into the Board of Control for Cricket in India-backed L Sivaramakrishnan's appointment as a......

Liverpool fine Suarez for bite but won't sack him

Liverpool have fined Uruguay striker Luis Suarez an undisclosed amount for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic at the weekend but will not sack him, the Premier League club said on Monday.......

  People speak for organisational behaviour

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TRUTH SEEKER
Q. The Malaysian government has begun holding seminars aiming to help teachers and parents spot signs of homosexuality in children, underscoring a rise in religious conservatism in the country.So far, the Teachers Foundation of Malaysia has organised 10 seminars across the country. Attendance at the last event on Wednesday reached 1,500 people, a spokesman for the organisation said."It is a multi-religious and multicultural [event], after all, all religions are basically against that type of behaviour," said the official.?
TRUTH SEEKER:  A.  more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/the-malaysian-government-has-begun-holding-seminars-aiming-t/23984014/answers/

harpreet
Q. what is the main reason for corruption in INDIA??
Harpreet:  A. yes , that is true. it is inhuman to indulge in such unnatural activity and have no pardon by almighty god more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/what-is-the-main-reason-for-corruption-in-india/22106238/answers/23984110

harpreet
Q. IN HR- I came to know about so many things which i learnt in my school n college days,What for the HR people teach those old things on good manners,body language,inter personal relationship to grown up persons?
Harpreet:  A. An organisation in which an employee works, expects certain standards of culture that is needed to be imbibed by its every employee. People may be...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/in-hr--i-came-to-know-about-so-many-things-which-i-learnt-in/22106238/answers/20996628

readiffff
Q. Usually what defines a person's personality ?
Readiffff:  A. A contemporary definition for personality is offered by Carver and Scheier (2000, p.5): ?Personality is a dynamic organisation, inside the person,...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/usually-what-defines-a-persons-personality-/20996573/answers/17663321

  Web results for Organisational Behaviour
Is muslim voting behaviour changing?

By A K Verma The "Muslim vote" is often thought of as tactical voting to defeat the BJP. But that behaviour seems to be changing in UP. The... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/opinion/comments-analysis/minority-report-is-muslim-voting-behaviour-changing/articleshow/33880331.cms
India's rusty parliamentary machinery needs to be fixed to overcome policy paralysis

The Indian Parliament is sacred at a distance, Bismarckian sausage-making at its most intimate. For all our cherished "representative democracy"... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/opinion/edit-page/Indias-rusty-parliamentary-machinery-needs-to-be-fixed-to-overcome-policy-paralysis/articleshow/33873123.cms
Curiosity, By Prithvi Monteiro

Curiosity. An innate quality that every human possesses deep inside the roots of his genes. And out of this quality there emerged all sciences we... ...

http://www.daijiworld.com/chan/exclusive_arch.asp?ex_id=2175&ex_title=Curiosity
The rise of the far right

In just over a month's time, over 350 million voters across Europe will have the chance to elect 751 members of the EU Parliament, in a staggered... ...

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/columns/vidya-ram/the-rise-of-the-far-right/article5922805.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication
GSK, facing bribery claims, battles to build new sales model

LONDON: Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline - hit by bribery claims in five countries - is to employ hundreds more doctors as members of staff as it seeks to... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/business/glaxosmithkline-facing-bribery-claims-battles-to-build-new-sales-model/articleshow/33863715.cms

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  4. lok sabha
  5. supreme court
  6. upa
  7. bharatiya janata party
  8. congress
  9. new delhi
  10. united progressive alliance
  11. ahmedabad
  12. sonia gandhi
  13. nda
  14. rahul gandhi
  15. rajnath singh
  16. nitin gadkari
  17. delhi
  18. manmohan singh
  19. bihar
  20. national democratic alliance
  21. jd-u
  22. nitish kumar
  23. rashtriya swayamsevak sangh
  24. uttar pradesh
  25. photo
  26. advani
  27. central bureau of investigation
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  29. janata dal-united
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