All stories by DIVYA NAIR
Malayankunju ReviewRediff.com1 days ago
Malayankunju is a coming-of-age survival drama that has its heart in the right place, notes Divya Nair.
'A Lot Of Demand For Niche Talent'Rediff.com2 days ago
'Generic skills are in abundance, but technological advancements have left staple skills redundant.' 'It is why employers are now looking for alternate sources of hiring -- deploying gig workers, looking at Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities for relevant talent.'
Sita Ramam ReviewRediff.com5 days ago
Sita Ramam is a subtle reminder that, in a world where you can be anything, the best thing you can be is kind
Can You SAVE This Mother's Life?Rediff.com2 Aug 2022
'As a donor, you may think you are saving one life. But you touch the lives of the entire family and community associated with the person. And it only cost you a few hours of your life.'
Suriya's 10 BEST FilmsRediff.com1 Aug 2022
As we celebrate the actor's much deserved award, Divya Nair presents 10 landmark films in Suriya's career, ranked in order of performance.
How Actor Aditi Gautam Lost 16 KgRediff.com22 Jul 2022
'Live a simple lifestyle where you eat well, sleep on time and take care of your body.'
Meet Meet Shah, India's CA TopperRediff.com19 Jul 2022
'Consistency is the key to cracking any goal.' 'If you can't put in 10 hours a day, make it 6 hours or 8 hours, but stick to it.' 'Don't lose momentum.'
How to Bounce Back After Being Laid OffRediff.com12 Jul 2022
'Upgrade your skills to adapt to the ever changing work dynamics and adopt new skills to remain employable and relevant in future.'
What To Do If You Are Laid OffRediff.com12 Jul 2022
'Re-evaluate your career goals and be ready to embrace challenges. ' 'Work thoroughly on your resume by highlighting the key skills and major areas of work.' 'Check and apply for jobs posted by employers regularly.' 'Stay positive.'
Are You At Risk Of LOSING Your JOB?Rediff.com11 Jul 2022
Remember, the security of your job primarily depends on two major factors -- how relevant you are for the organisation and how the organisation is aligned to its stakeholders (investors, clients and employees)
Modern Love Hyderabad ReviewRediff.com8 Jul 2022
Modern Love Hyderabad, even though predictable, is interesting in parts and keeps you entertained emotionally, observes Divya Nair.
'What hurts most is when people pity me'Rediff.com29 Jun 2022
'It is important to understand that the disability is not in the person.' 'The problem lies in societal attitude and the discriminatory treatment given to disabled people in our country.'
'I was told I would never walk again'Rediff.com29 Jun 2022
'And here I was, walking as a showstopper. I couldn't have imagined a more beautiful gift.'
CBI 5: The Brain ReviewRediff.com20 Jun 2022
Mammootty should sign up for an OTT series because he's too charismatic to let this be our last memory of the CBI diaries, suggests Divya Nair.
Suzhal: The Vortex ReviewRediff.com17 Jun 2022
Even though each episode is about an hour long, you won't reach even blink: Divya Nair applauds Suzhal: The Vortex.
Vikram ReviewRediff.com3 Jun 2022
With ample whistle podu moments, Vikram is a macho blockbuster that shouldn't be missed, applauds Divya Nair.
The WEIRDEST Requests From Airline PassengersRediff.com31 May 2022
Airline flight attendants reveal the craziest requests they have received from passengers!
Can Fat Removal Surgery Lead To Death?Rediff.com25 May 2022
Cosmetic experts explain how liposuction, like any other surgery, has its share of risks and side effects.
Upacharapoorvam Gunda Jayan ReviewRediff.com18 May 2022
Upacharapoorvam Gunda Jayan is a good respite from the dark, violent films we have seen in recent times, observes Divya Nair.
Puzhu ReviewRediff.com17 May 2022
Mammootty plays the despicable Kuttan with absolute integrity, observes Divya Nair.