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rakeshbhatnagar  |  Supported idea  "OWN THE RESPONSIBALITIES GIVEN TO YOU."  |  1 year ago
Always own the work you are doing and it will act as a fertiliser for your progress and you will be able to achive earlier growth.This a simplest way if you add a bit of nice presentation of your deeds it will accelerate things faster.
H K Prabhakar  |  Added idea  |  1 year ago
Some tips: 1. Think big. A great rule is: from whole to the part, not part to whole. 2. Planning is very essential in achieving any targets. 3. Plan for the whole of your life. Think what you want to be 5,10,15,20,25,30 years from now. 4. Now consider...
H K Prabhakar  |  Supported idea  "Think big, plan and implement."  |  1 year ago
I agree to both. As suggested by Mr Raju, in addition to the above, Honesty, Sincerity, prayers, and being true to oneself are essential to lead a bigger, bolder, richer(in values) and more fulfilling life.
 
 
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1 Think big, plan and implement.
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rakeshbhatnagar  |  Supported idea  "OWN THE RESPONSIBALITIES GIVEN TO YOU."  |  1 year ago
Always own the work you are doing and it will act as a fertiliser for your progress and you will be able to achive earlier growth.This a simplest way if you add a bit of nice presentation of your deeds it will accelerate things faster.
H K Prabhakar  |  Added idea  |  1 year ago
Some tips: 1. Think big. A great rule is: from whole to the part, not part to whole. 2. Planning is very essential in achieving any targets. 3. Plan for the whole of your life. Think what you want to be 5,10,15,20,25,30 years from now. 4. Now consider...
H K Prabhakar  |  Supported idea  "Think big, plan and implement."  |  1 year ago
I agree to both. As suggested by Mr Raju, in addition to the above, Honesty, Sincerity, prayers, and being true to oneself are essential to lead a bigger, bolder, richer(in values) and more fulfilling life.
 
 
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1 Think big, plan and implement.
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rakeshbhatnagar  |  Supported idea  "OWN THE RESPONSIBALITIES GIVEN TO YOU."  |  1 year ago
Always own the work you are doing and it will act as a fertiliser for your progress and you will be able to achive earlier growth.This a simplest way if you add a bit of nice presentation of your deeds it will accelerate things faster.
H K Prabhakar  |  Added idea  |  1 year ago
Some tips: 1. Think big. A great rule is: from whole to the part, not part to whole. 2. Planning is very essential in achieving any targets. 3. Plan for the whole of your life. Think what you want to be 5,10,15,20,25,30 years from now. 4. Now consider...
H K Prabhakar  |  Supported idea  "Think big, plan and implement."  |  1 year ago
I agree to both. As suggested by Mr Raju, in addition to the above, Honesty, Sincerity, prayers, and being true to oneself are essential to lead a bigger, bolder, richer(in values) and more fulfilling life.
 
 
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KALIYAMOORTHY  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 year ago
Sorry Kiritidas, I differ a bit. I do agree that, skill/talent are essential for one to secure a job. But, we still have not made progress a dequately, to make jobs available for all. As a democratic country every one has equal opportunity for...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
There are many jobs in the market. But survival of the fittest works here. who will want to recruit a person having 60% marks, when ones holding 85-90% are available.
Kriti Das  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Mr. Prabhakar is right here. There are many jobs but people either fail to find them or they do not fit in one. . But it is not just about percentage scored , it is about talent a person possesses and his ability and willingness to prosper..
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KALIYAMOORTHY  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 year ago
Sorry Kiritidas, I differ a bit. I do agree that, skill/talent are essential for one to secure a job. But, we still have not made progress a dequately, to make jobs available for all. As a democratic country every one has equal opportunity for...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
There are many jobs in the market. But survival of the fittest works here. who will want to recruit a person having 60% marks, when ones holding 85-90% are available.
Kriti Das  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Mr. Prabhakar is right here. There are many jobs but people either fail to find them or they do not fit in one. . But it is not just about percentage scored , it is about talent a person possesses and his ability and willingness to prosper..
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KALIYAMOORTHY  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 year ago
Sorry Kiritidas, I differ a bit. I do agree that, skill/talent are essential for one to secure a job. But, we still have not made progress a dequately, to make jobs available for all. As a democratic country every one has equal opportunity for...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
There are many jobs in the market. But survival of the fittest works here. who will want to recruit a person having 60% marks, when ones holding 85-90% are available.
Kriti Das  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Mr. Prabhakar is right here. There are many jobs but people either fail to find them or they do not fit in one. . But it is not just about percentage scored , it is about talent a person possesses and his ability and willingness to prosper..
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KALIYAMOORTHY  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 year ago
Sorry Kiritidas, I differ a bit. I do agree that, skill/talent are essential for one to secure a job. But, we still have not made progress a dequately, to make jobs available for all. As a democratic country every one has equal opportunity for...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
There are many jobs in the market. But survival of the fittest works here. who will want to recruit a person having 60% marks, when ones holding 85-90% are available.
Kriti Das  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Mr. Prabhakar is right here. There are many jobs but people either fail to find them or they do not fit in one. . But it is not just about percentage scored , it is about talent a person possesses and his ability and willingness to prosper..
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KALIYAMOORTHY  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 year ago
Sorry Kiritidas, I differ a bit. I do agree that, skill/talent are essential for one to secure a job. But, we still have not made progress a dequately, to make jobs available for all. As a democratic country every one has equal opportunity for...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
There are many jobs in the market. But survival of the fittest works here. who will want to recruit a person having 60% marks, when ones holding 85-90% are available.
Kriti Das  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Mr. Prabhakar is right here. There are many jobs but people either fail to find them or they do not fit in one. . But it is not just about percentage scored , it is about talent a person possesses and his ability and willingness to prosper..
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S. Muralidharan  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  1 month ago
Corruption is uprooting the "Janlokpal Bill" is the punch-line of the day! What a metamorphosis we have seen over the year! The movement is getting crushed from all possible directions, and the team, once looked so strong, is weakened! That's the...
H K Prabhakar  |  Argues in support of  |  1 year ago
It maynot be sufficient. But sure it is first and important step towards that goal.
Sulagna Brahma  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
Here we are fighting against corruption in India.  Corruption + India are age old buddies now. We are actually clueless on how to stop corruption . The cleaning process should start from us. Every individual has to understand the importance of...
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Mahatma Gandhiji played a key role in getting freedom. He is an important figure and is respected by us. Perhaps there can be few things which he shouldn't have done but then in the end what matters is that he was the main leader in the struggle for independence. Yet another book on Mahatma Gandhi has created controversy which is doing the rounds in the market by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joseph Lelyveld titled 'Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and his Struggle in India'. This biography claims Mahatma Gandhi to be bisexual and raciest. This has created an outrage not only among the Indian people but has also become a topic of big debate in all social sites. The book suggested that Gandhi, the...
SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE  |  Commented  |  1 year ago
There is no need to even discuss such things as it increases only curiosity for the book. Thanks for referral, Darshana.
Dr rn Singh  |  Commented  |  1 year ago
MS DARSHNA MUST BE ACQUAINTED WITH THE FACTS THAT FEW ROSE DOESNOT HAVE THORNS. WITH A VIEW TO BE POPULAR, ONE MUST NOT SPLIT ON THE SPIRITUAL FIRE...OTHERWISE THAT WILL BE BURNT TO ASHES...."HE, WHO IS BORN FIRE NEVER FADES IN SUN"..
H K Prabhakar  |  Commented  |  1 year ago
Many persons write many things about many things. It is best to ignore such writings, and let these be buried in sands of time.
 
 
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