Fit perspective

Sheela Nambiar’s book isn’t the last word on the subject; some of the things she says or doesn’t say leave room for healthy discussion. But it is a reasonably comprehensive exploration of why fitness matters, and how the lack of it impacts us. She takes the trouble

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Read, Lead, Succeed

Get ready to lead — a book that brims with positivity and motivation, it talks about aspects such as goal setting, skill development, time management, teamwork and social intelligence. Peppered with case studies and laced with humour, it makes an interesting read. Talking about accountability, the author narrates

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Bitten by the matchbox bug

Most of us must have come across philatelists (who collects postage stamps as a hobby), numismatists (coins and papermoney collectors) and deltiologists (post card ­collectors). Well, I am a phillumenist. ­Phillumeny refers to the hobby of collecting matchbox labels. It is not half as popular as stamp and coin ­collecting. My

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Jumping the line

Long winding queues is a regular sight, in a country like ours, where the population is burgeoning every second. We find ourselves in one quite often — for boarding a flight, darshan in a temple, or for the school admissions which may last for days.

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Membership handbook for club leaderes

Rotary’s influence on the world is directly ­proportionate to the number of communities that are exposed to its ideal. Hence, it is ­imperative that we not only find new clubs but also strengthen ­existing ones. The Rotary ­Membership ­Workbook 2017–18, authored by Rotary Coordinators Ashok Gupta (Zones 4 & 6A) and

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