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Muqbil Ahmar

Muqbil Ahmar writes on culture and poetry. He is a writer and theater activist, who wants to bring about harmony and amicability in the present day society. Music, poetry and good food are his passions.

Latest Articles By Muqbil Ahmar

Mother of All Layoffs Idea–Vodafone Merger May Lead to 10K Job Cuts

India’s Telecom Sector is in doubtful times. Several experts as well as executives also feel that massive job losses would be inevitable after telecom operators go for merging operations to streamline businesses in order to cut down costs and minimize redundancy.

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Why is India Behind Its Neighbours in Happiness Index?

The ranking, based on gross domestic product (GDP), healthy life expectancy, and a four-factor global survey, also takes a global survey into account in which interviewees score social support that they can count on if they hit a bad patch from 1 to 10.

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Apple’s iPhone 6s Trumps All; Samsung Needs to Pull Up its Socks

According to the HIS report, in the fourth quarter alone, the new iPhone 7 was the 2016 best-seller, followed by iPhone 7 Plus.

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India Faces its Biggest Threat: Looming Water Crisis

Large parts of Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are already ranked as over-withdrawal areas, where the demand on water exceeds 100% of the water that is available.

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Cognizant May Lay Off 10K Employees: Is the IT Bubble Bursting?

Cognizant has roughly 2,60,200 employees across the world, of whom 1,88,000 or around 72% are based in India.

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Meet A Green Innovator who Turns Plastics to Biodiesel in India

We are introducing mobile diesel dispensers which would control pollution by taking diesel to big units and thus preventing fuel loss during commutation to and from gas stations,” added Neogi.

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Five Ways in which AAP is Disrupting India’s Political Scenario

From choice of candidates to choice of venue to outreach—everything is a disruption

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GDP says it All - Who Bore the Brunt of Demonetization?

It in effect means only 10 percent of India’s population controls all resources. So much for Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas

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How Bad are Tax-exemptions to Patanjali for Other FMCG Companies?

Ramdev's Yogpeeth, unlike a regular public charitable trust, is the portal to the yoga guru's consumer goods company which is worth several thousand crore. If one company gets tax benefits, it skews the level playing field for the others.

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Dastan e Fauzia- Meet India's First Woman Dastangoi Artiste

I can address women’s issues through my art, says India’s first woman storyteller Fouzia Dastango

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