Archive for January, 2010

Four Stages Of Person’s Life (Indian)

Friday, January 22nd, 2010

According to Ancient Indian Hindu culture, there are four stages of a person’s life which are known as Ashramas. They are Brahmachari (student), Grihasta (Householder), Vanaprasta (ascetic in semi retirement) and Sannyasi ( a renounced person in full retirement). Each stage has different principles. The four stages are considered as stages of Preparation, Production, Service […]

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Know The Difference Between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED, and OLED

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

There are many technologies emerging in display devices like TVs. Every technology excels in particular feature of display and has particular method of display. Different technologies used in TVs are: LCD TV: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) televisions are thinner and lighter and provide much sharper and clearer picture than CRTs of similar size. They are […]

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Young Executives More Vulnerable to Heart Attacks

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Cardiac arrests are taking their toll and the cases are quickly increasing around the world. Heart failure has become one of the top killers of human beings. However, in India even the younger are also becoming victims of this sudden killer. In the last three months, top corporate personalities like R Ravimohan (52), executive director […]

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Eight Stages Of Person’s Life (Western)

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Throughout the entire life, a person experiences physical and emotional changes. Psychologist Erik Erikson categorized the human life into eight stages from birth until death, depending on the cooperation of body, mind, and ego. Infancy (Birth to eighteen months): This stage is represents the dependence of the infant on the mother for basic nourishment. The […]

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Importance of Pollution Free Ventilation in Urban Areas

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Good ventilation brings in enough outdoor air to dilute emissions from indoor sources and carries indoor air pollutants out of the house. But opening doors or windows today in the daytime can be horrific. In earlier days, some 25 years back, when you open the doors or windows, you could get fresh air from the […]

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Indian BPO Sector Losing Market Share

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Though India has been regarded as ‘world’s back office’ with a huge call center boom for the past ten years, the pride of India being the hub of BPO sector seems to be short lived. The BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) sector in India, successful in seizing links with the global economy is constantly losing out […]

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AC and Ventilation for India – White Paper

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Many homes and almost all offices today are using air conditioning systems. Air conditioning for many may be a luxury, but it is a necessity for some people. These systems are used for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning in other countries and are generally referred as ‘HVAC’ systems. However, both heating and cooling in one […]

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