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Putting up a high price?
Beginning this week, Life carries a monthly column, Motoring. This week's edition is on automobile pricing in India. More


Nobel work...
The 102-year-old Christian Medical College, better known as CMC, at Vellore in Tamil Nadu, is organising a two-day `Winter Symposium' on January 30 and 31. The symposium, to be attended by about 300 doctors from all over India, including about 20 ... More


The perfect team leader
Leadership is a journey of learning how to deal with different people's differing aspirations and fears; a journey of growth where you constantly push the envelope for the entire team. More


Surviving stress, embracing success
Even as achievement becomes every high-profile professional's credo, so does the attendant problem of stress. And they devise their own remedy to de-stress — from dancing to collecting vintage cars — the remedies are as dynamic as the peo ple themselves. A look into how some top executives combat stress. More


Prescription for success
Renowned filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan is one person who can work only when he has total creative control, and for his films, funding has always been a thorny issue. More


Of Shanghai... and Suzhou
They might belong to the same country. But the ever-bustling Shanghai and the quaint town of Suzhou are two completely contrasting experiences, says Rasheeda Bhagat. More


Where stones tell stories...
Khajuraho is all about temples and beautifully carved sculptures, a peaceful destination that could be a good short break from the urban routine, says Sharmila Chand. More


Where are the pedestrian ways?
In India, much importance has not been given to pedestrian pathways and crossings. And where they exist, they have been encroached upon by hawkers. Will the Government look into this and ensure pedestrian safety? More


Reaching out
SOS Children's Villages of India is now reaching out to communities around its villages. SOS, which shelters abandoned children, has started a programme to feed and educate underprivileged children in the areas adjoining 11 SOS villages in the ... More


Converting passion into a profession
Two friends, Shilpa Gupta and Natasha Chaudhri come together to start a lifestyle accessory store and then team up with another friend to start a Thai restaurant, all in Delhi. More


Leading from the front
Coaching From The Inside Out
A Coaching Model
By Virginia E. Bianco-Mathis, Lisa K. Nabros, Cynthia H. Roman
Publishers: Sage Publications,
Price $ 39.95 More

Does poverty hamper development?
Development, Poverty And Fiscal Policy
Decentralisation of Institution
Ed by M. Govinda Rao
Publishers: Oxford University Press
Price: Rs 595 More

Official Red Hat
Linux 8 User's Guide
By Red Hat Documentation Team
Publishers: Willeydreamtech India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi
Price: Rs 299 More

Against the Tide
The Philosophical Foundations of Modern Management
By S. K. Chakraborty
Publishers: Oxford University Press, New Delhi
Price: Rs 575 More

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Surviving stress, embracing success

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