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Handling phone calls is perhaps the most important part of any professional dealings, be it in marketing or customer service sector. Here are some tips to guide you through your career.
Conditioning your hair is as important as shampooing to possess bounce and sheen.
They are the Head Band on `Simply Shekhar' and go by the name of Sixth Sense otherwise. Meet the popular band from Mumbai that rocked the twin cities recently.
Bombay Vikings are back
Two years and three albums down, `Bombay Vikings' is a name to reckon with. After songs like `Kya soorat hai' and `Woh chali' became hits, it is `Hawa mein udati jaaye' that is now making waves.
Liquid and working lunches take on a new meaning as pub lunches catch on with the corporate crowd.
The Punjabi food festival at Promenade in Aditya Park Inn offers a chance to savour the robust cuisine from the Land of Five Rivers.
Go for whole-meal bread
Consuming whole-grain bread is more healthy than the light, white bread.
An Odissi dance exponent, Kiran Segal treats her art as a path to realisation. Maintaining the sanctity of her dance remains uppermost among her priorities.
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