Networking: As A Career

Rahul Desai
February 10, 2006
3 mins read
Oops! This article was supposed to be a sequel, but I’m afraid not many have read the previous one. Not an issue as such! Let that be the prequel, since the content in this article is likely to be of some actual use. Less gyan more maal! If...
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Networking: Not Working In India?

Rahul Desai
February 06, 2006
2 mins read
For those of my dear friends knowing little or absolutely nothing about my business, there are three divisions in my company of which, one happens to be ‘networking’ (the one that I take care of). Again, for those not having sufficient knowledge...
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Up for Trekking? - Part:II

Rahul Desai
January 25, 2006
5 mins read
First of all, there's no part-I. This concept is inspired from the movie Waisa Bhi Hota Hai - Part:II. No other logics involved. Trekking is fun. However, it can be actually fatal if we miss on our part of carefulness. So here are some points...
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When Opponents Cooperate

Rahul Desai
January 24, 2006
4 mins read
I'm not the greatest at management fundamentals, and describing this logic in my language will be tough (for the reader to digest). So like an established programmer, I will simply Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V this article from The Economic Times (New...
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Some Nostalgic Moments: Watching Indo-Pak Cricket Series

Ravi Kakadia
January 11, 2006
About a min read
Match: India Vs. PakistanVenue: I2IT CafeteriaDate: Some time in 2003 I hope all of us from I2IT still remember those days! That enjoyment, those mischieves, the legendary Jeeva-Ranjeeta story! Those were most definitely the best days of my...
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Once An A$# Always An A#$

Vaibhav Goswami
January 10, 2006
About a min read
The same applies to our very dear Jammy as people call him, such a spineless creature he is, which he had been proving in the past and has proved it yet again. Remember The GREAT WALL of India Rahul Dravid doing wicket-keeping under the...
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Have I Been Too Late?

Rahul Desai
December 08, 2005
3 mins read
A wi-fi enabled notebook and a compatible multimedia mobile-phone (with sufficient calling currency) can make a killer combination. 6:25 on a Thursday morning, the computing machinery wakes up and a preset media player playlist pops up (Windows...
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An Earthquake To Repair The Indo-Pak Fissures

Rahul Desai
December 02, 2005
About a min read
The massive 7.6 intensity earthquake that rocked Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern India on Saturday is undoubtedly a great human tragedy. It is also an occasion for governments in the region to set aside their differences and deal together with...
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Women's Role In Building Peace Between India And Pakistan

Rahul Desai
December 01, 2005
About a min read
Given the truth of the generalization that men start conflicts and women are left to pick up the pieces, it is hardly surprising that women are at the forefront of peace efforts around the world. This is also the case in India and Pakistan, where...
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India-Pakistan: Is There Really A Trade-off?

Rahul Desai
November 26, 2005
About a min read
...the trade between the two countries jumped from $154.95 mn in April-November 2003, to $380.79 mn in April-November 2004, registering a 146% increase... Full article: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1073394.cms
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The Burning K-wor(l)d !!

Rahul Desai
November 26, 2005
About a min read
Kashmir: Ever since the partition of the subcontinent in 1947, India and Pakistan have been bitter rivals. What is Really bothering them? Kashmir through CNN: http://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/kashmir/index.html Kashmir as BBC Sees:...
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