(The concept of Intrapreneurship is one that is becoming popular as organizations attempt to leverage and empower employees to create and innovate. Intrapreneurship is the act of behaving like an entrepreneur. The concept rests on the notion that the smartest people will nearly always be employed somewhere else and help organizations achieve the higher levels of growth).
This is the entrepreneurial age. Entrepreneurship is driving a revolution that is transforming and revolutionizing economies worldwide. Entrepreneurs must be known for thinking outside of the box and must develop right strategies to be successful. Entrepreneurs must highly focus on people skills and need to find solutions how to keep their talent engaged and motivated. Today millennials […]
By: Mushtaq Hurra Shrines and Mausoleums are a common sight in the valley of Kashmir. Every Hamlet, village and town of Kashmir is abode to one or the other Sufi saint, or I must say that Sufism is deeply embedded in the soil of Kashmir. From Nund Reshi to Ahad Zargar, numerous sufi saints and […]
It is hard to imagine how a shoe-shop, any average one, can have more visitors than a library that holds thousands of books in its lap and offers a window to world of knowledge and wisdom. But, truth be told, it is the reality of our society and one is amazed to see how many […]
The state of Jammu and Kashmir is known for its scenic beauty as much as fresh and juicy apples. Tourists reaching here from various party of the world usually appreciate the flora and fauna as well as the grand manicured gardens as well as lakes and water bodies. They also love the fragrance of the […]
In conversation with the historian about her work on Aurangzeb and Mughal history, self-censorship, her cancelled event in Hyderabad and more
Jahnavi Sen: Hello and welcome, I am Jahnavi from The Wire, and with me today is Audrey Truschke. She’s assistant professor of South Asian history at Rutgers University in the US. Today, she’s going to tell us a little bit about her work, and also some recent experiences she’s had in India. So to begin […]
By: Rafay Mahmood Among the many tributes and eulogies that flooded social media after the APS attack in 2014 was actor Ahsan Khan’s Facebook post. Ab nahi koi baat khatray ki, ab sabhi ko sabhi sae khatra hai(There’s nothing left to be scared of, for everyone is scared of everyone), said the post. It was nothing […]
Expanding forests is a much more effective solution to climate change than bioenergy.
BY: Jennifer Morgan The warning from the world’s top climate scientists that carbon dioxide (CO2) will need to be removed from the atmosphere to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius is both a due and dire recognition of the great task in front of us. What must not be forgotten, however, is the hope […]
Harold E. Varmus graduated in English Literature but did his master’s in Medicine
By: Partha P. Majumder Dr Harold E. Varmus, who will be in Calcutta next week, won a Nobel Prize in Medicine jointly with mentor J. Michael Bishop in 1989 for discovering the cellular origin of retroviral oncogenes. This will not be his first visit to India. “My desires to practice medicine… were also tempered by […]
By Sayim & Bariya Hamid It is a widely accepted fact that Kashmir valley is not known just for its beauty but also for its rich culture, tradition and heritage; and also, it is no wonder that Kashmiri language is loved and admired by the people other than Kashmiris. We often find the visitors here […]
Nature, having no substitute, is always under the control of Almighty. So having not our control for it’s early occurrence, snowfall, a natural phenomenon, can occur any time by the will of God, as it happened this year before more than a month’s time from the beginning of winter. And it caused huge damage to […]