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Simplifying loans and bank borrowings

Published by Koustubh Joshi on   March 18, 2019 in   2019English Articles

Few activities are mandatory in life like education, a good apartment to live in may be a long holiday per year and so on. This list will vary as per the given financial and family condition. Well, you can imagine anything! But you have to actually have  the money to spend! And there comes the

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Beyond Sizes

Published by Riddhi Mapxencar on   March 5, 2019 in   English Articles

Plus size clothing is elegant clothing specifically designed for people whose bodies are larger than the average person’s body structure. A popular plus model magazine opines that “In the fashion industry, plus size is identified as sizes 10-14, super-size as sizes 1X-6X and extended size as 7X and up”. ‘Plus sizes are sizes 14W –

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Lapsi Manchurian Snack

Published by Chef Devwrat Jategaonkar on   January 25, 2019 in   English ArticlesFood Corner

Ingredients: Lapsi boiled – 1 cup Chopped ginger – 1 tsp Chopped garlic – 1 1/2 tsp Green chili chopped – 1 tsp Chopped onion – 2 tsp Chopped cauliflower – 1/4 cup Chopped carrot – 1/4 cup French beans choppeds – 1/2 cup Capsicum chopped – 2 tsp Cabbage – 1/4 cup Chopped spring

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Science : Development or Destruction

Published by Dr. Anil Kakodkar on   January 21, 2019 in   English Articles

Human beings have made great progress in understanding nature with the power of intelligence. Right from the beginning, mankind has tried to invent innovative equipment. Consistent research and analysis have resulted in advanced technological development making lives easier than ever before. The speed of scientific and technological development has been increasing day by day and the

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Vegetable Garden

All you need to know : Kitchen Gardens

Published by Preeti Patil on   December 4, 2018 in   English Articles

Kitchen Gardens ‘Grow your own food’ is a movement that is fast gaining popularity across the world. Increased use of pesticides, climate change, the quality of food are a few reasons why people are exploring the possibility of growing their own food. With a select few commercial crops that are grown throughout the year, we

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Consumer rights demystified

Published by Mumbai Grahak Panchayat on   November 22, 2018 in   English Articles

Each one of us is a consumer. We consume goods, services or environments and it is natural to have complaints about quality, price, measurement, after sale service, time etc. While we may complain verbally, most of us fail to lodge an official complaint with appropriate authorities due to ignorance. We are unaware of our consumer rights

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Personal safety for school kids – A guide for parents

Published by Kalnirnay on   July 24, 2018 in   English Articles

The 2007 National Study conducted by the Ministry of Women and Child Development revealed the shocking state of children’s safety in our country – 53% of the children interviewed, were reported to have been abused or continue to experience abuse. The findings of the survey were : There was no significant difference in the gender of

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Job | Recruitment | Resume

Let your CV make the first impression

Published by Subhashini Narkar on   June 23, 2018 in   2018English Articles

Your Curriculum Vitae (CV) is the first step you will take towards your dream school, dream internship or even your dream job. Writing it well is extremely important to make sure that the reader gets a quick overview of your achievements and goals. A successful CV is the one that provides a holistic view of

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Make time work for you

Published by Kiran Manral on   May 19, 2018 in   English Articles

All we get is 24 hours in a day, and sometimes as working women, managing home and a career, that can seem all too little. A woman juggles multiple responsibilities and with all that juggling, she might feel that a lot is slipping through her fingers. But as most women do know, tasks get done concurrently,

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Burn, don’t crash: Workout myths busted

Published by Kalnirnay on   March 9, 2018 in   English ArticlesHealth Mantra

Regular exercise is vital to good health. However, excessive exercise can lead to injuries and reduce immunity levels. Know your boundaries to exercise safely and get the most out of your workouts. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your exercise session : 1. Warm-up and cooldown A warm-up prepares

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