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MANAGER - KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT and DOCUMENTATIONApr 2009 - Jan 2014 (4 years)
TEAM LEADER - KNOWLEDGEMay 2004 - Apr 2009 (4 years)
SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER-cum-NEWS EDITORMar 2001 - May 2004 (3 years)
REPORTER-cum-SUBEDITORJan 2000 - Mar 2001 (1 year)
REPORTER-cum-SUBEDITORAug 1998 - Jan 2000 (1 year)
M.Sc (Chemistry)1994 - 1996 (2 years)
M.A (English)2004 - 2006 (2 years)
PG Diploma in Business Management2007 - 2008 (1 year)
PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication2003 - 2004 (1 year)
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Red carpet for Green Card holders
Excerpt: Roti (bread), kapda (cloth), makaan (home) aur dukaan (shop) are still the bottom lines of the Need Pyramid in India. The big difference now is the Indian dukaan going global and NRI-savvy. The globalization trend is all too glaring from the overpowering malls to street-corner retail stores that are becoming increasingly conscious of what the babus want. Happily, the NRIs come in and fly out with a great sense of accomplishment – even if that is limited to buying literally tons of this and that.
Country folk go hitech
Excerpt: There is quite literally a sweeping change in lifestyles of the Indian country folk. Toothbrushes are edging out neem twigs. Pepsis and Cokes are knocking out lassis and nimbu paani. Liquefied and bio-gas stoves have replaced the densely smoking fuelwood chulhas while farmers eating their lunch seated cross-legged on the floor is a less common sight. Little wonder then, that the Indian villager has become the blue-eyed person of the global marketer.
The new lingo of Indian youth
Excerpt: We hear it all the time – on the streets, in commercials, in serials and in movies. It is neither English nor Hindi, but a little bit of both. Called Hinglish, it is increasingly becoming the new lingo of kids, grown-ups the ad gurus and the film-makers. Hinglish, the arbitrary usage of Hindi and English combining both in one sentence, is today being categorized as another language. Far from being taboo, the lingo is actually very cool and is fast gaining acceptability.
Web-enabled but arranged marriages click
Excerpt: The boring, but tension-filled meeting of the prospective bride and groom while relatives and giggling children peep through the window or half-shut doors, the bride doing a coy act by drawing imaginary pictures on the floor with her toe, the pre-meeting exchange of photos (never mind if they were taken ten years back), the big question “Well, do you like me?” from the groom – these scenes will never fade, but get more stronger in the Indian families, if the present trends are any indication.
Videotape reveals depths of cruelty to animals
Excerpt: To keep the cattle moving, often illicitly to the slaughter houses, men descend to the depths of cruelty. Cows and calves are starved for days. Chilli and pepper powders and tobacco are thrust into their eyes. Their tails are severed. If ferried by trucks, as many as 30 cattle are crammed into space which cannot accommodate more than 6 or 8 animals at the most. In the slaughter house, the frightened cattle are hacked in full view of each other on the floor, then shackled and hoisted upside down.
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