The Indian rupee has seen one of its worst times in the recent days, climbing to Rs. 65 per USD during the month of August 2013, up from only around Rs. 50/dollar in November 2012. It has created a chaotic situation in the country’s economy as the government and common man struggles to keep up with the expenses which just keeps rising everyday.
Natural disasters have always devastated human lives miserably. Be it an earthquake, hurricane, flood, tsunami or any other kind, the human life in the affected area reaches to a zero. Everything from the basic necessities of food, clothing and shelter to the luxuries are to be restored from a scratch.
The Indian television industry has come a long way from the age of family dramas like Hum Log and mythological epics like Ramayana, to serving its audiences with never-ending emotional dramas of Ekta Kapoor. Today the Indian television has entered a new phase which is called the ‘reality television.’
Attrition is one of the most discussed issues in today’s corporate scenario. Whenever I come across any news related to attrition, the two facts that draw my immediate attention are that ‘attrition is bad’ and ‘attrition rate is on a hike and reached x%’. But somehow I always find both these facts partial and misleading.
Literature in India has not remained same since its first stages of development in 3000 BC. Indian literature since the Vedas and the Upanishads has produced more volumes of beautiful writings than any other part of the world.
Today we are surrounded with millions of products around us and receive not millions but thousands of messages about different products. So how are organizations able to create a space between their branded products and the no-name products (these are the products that you see for the first time on the shelf).