Wednesday
Nov 22nd
  • Login
  • Create an account
    Registration
    *
    *
    *
    *
    *
    Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
    Captcha plugin for Joomla from Outsource Online
     
  • Search
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home Features

Features

Money, money, money...a five letter word, a common word and most importantly a popular word. It is a word, which is regarded as the major driving force behind the growing materialist or consumerist culture in the world. A simple and innocent looking paper wad, which is basically harmless in look, but strangely possesses the power of captivating even the diehard hands-off-money attitude individual. It has the devil in it to turn the sanest person into an insane one, altering the composed mental equipoise. Even a modern day Ramakrishna Paramahamsa would get swapped by and become a victim to its charm and get sucked into its web.
 

Welcome to Hyderabad. A mini India in fact. You will find people of all religions - in good numbers, and all languages - in even greater numbers. In fact one visit to this state capital, and you will surely start wondering as to what is the mother tongue of this State.

It is just one of those regular days. Deadlines threatening to push you over the hill, eight cups of coffee too many and equal number of hours spent in front of the monitor, and the 4 month old ulcer rearing its ugly head, because you have once again forgotten to have your lunch. “Oh! It’s just another day… for you and me in Paradise…”
Cities have for long been known to have characters of their own. As with human beings, it is just a matter of being old enough. So strong is this belief that the character of the city overrides that of individuals. Stay long enough in a city different from your own and your character acquires shades that cannot be considered inborn. So, if Mumbai is cosmopolitan and Delhi smacks of class structure, then Hyderabad is, as much as one hates using the word anymore, laidback. But it is interesting that the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad present such a contrast that people brought up on one side of the Musi very rarely feel at home on the other side.
The institution is obviously towards the commercial nature of the current educational set-up and by default all institutions. In an age wherein the gap between an institution and enterprise ceases to exist, it seems rather impossible to look at even personal relationships without considering the actual interests of the parties involved.
Page 32 of 32

Kaleidoscope

  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!
  • Amazing Telugu States!!!

Chai.Coffee.Company - C3

Ivy Woods

Hyderabad Arts Festival

KPMA Business Publications

AP - Facts

Golconda, near Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh, India), was India’s richest diamond mine, having produced renowned diamonds like: the Koh-i-Noor, the Darya-e-Nur, the Nur-Ul-Ain, the Hope diamond and the Regent diamond

Polls

Do we need younger politicians in the State and at the Centre? Do younger politicians make better leaders?