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Men first to don gorgeous heels

Midrand, Feb. 23 -- This may sound hard to be believe but heels were first worn by men as a symbol of status, wealth and masculinity. High heels were adopted by European aristocracy of the 1600s and worn to show off that the well-heeled don't have to work for a living. Thirty years after men took to wearing heels, women donned them as a symbol of protesting and the wresting of power away from men. It is during this period that women cut off their... Read More


IT Departments find it hard to keep Cloud Safe : Intel Security report

India, Feb. 23 -- Intel Security has announced its second annual cloud security report, "Building Trust in a Cloudy Sky." The report outlines the current state of cloud adoption, the primary concerns with private and public cloud services, security implications, and the evolving impact of Shadow IT of the more than 2,000 IT professionals surveyed

"The 'Cloud First' strategy is now well and truly ensconced into the architecture of many organizati... Read More


Water war: Pushed to the margins, INLD falls back on SYL to stay relevant

India, Feb. 23 -- Barricaded roads, brick-walled bridges, drones in the air and phalanxes of Punjab Police and paramilitary personnel to guard the state's border. All of these are precautionary measures taken by the Punjab government to stop supporters of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) from carrying out their threat of digging up the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal - a part of which was filled up by local farmers last year - in Patiala on Thur... Read More


Beware bluetooth, yet another killer drug

Midrand, Feb. 23 -- Drug abuse continues to spread pain and havoc in our daily lives. Families have been dismantled, jobs and lives have been lost, careers have been shoved down the drain, all for the next fix. We all have been affected by this monster. You either know someone who has been affected or you are the victim of this heinous activity. Many reasons have been cited as to why the country is experiencing this epidemic and these include soc... Read More


Ex-MP Kader killed MP Liton hiring hit men: DIG

Dhaka, Feb. 23 -- A Gaibandha court on Wednesday granted a 10-day remand to interrogate former lawmaker Dr Abdul Kader Khan in connection with the murder of MP Manjurul Islam Liton.

Kader Khan was the Member of Parliament from Gaibandha-1 Constituency

during the 9th Parliament. Liton was elected lawmaker from the same constituency in 10th National Parliament Election. Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Mainul Hasan Yusuf passed the order when... Read More


Hiring For NON Voice Hitec CITY In Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Feb. 23 -- Job Description

AN USA BASED MNC IS HIRING FOR THEIR PROCTOR PROCESS.

ROTATIONAL/NIGHT SHIFTS.

TRANSPORT PROVIDED FOR 15KM RADIUS.

WORK LOCATION: HITECH CITY.

INTERNATIONAL BPO EXP IS PREFERRED.

FRESH GRADS/ UG ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE

WALK IN TO IMPETUS, BETN 10AM -5PM

Salary:INR 1,75,000 - 2,75,000 P.A.

Industry:BPO / Call Centre / ITES

Functional Area:ITES , BPO , KPO , LPO , Customer Service , Operations

Role Categor... Read More


Hiring For Chief Innovation Officer In Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Feb. 23 -- Job Description

The Chief Innovation Officer is to drive innovation capabilities across functions and geographies to deliver better business results. The Chief Innovation Officer will be a member of the corporate executive team, preferably reporting to the CEO. The best people in this role lead small dedicated teams and are charged with the following set of cross-functional responsibilities (each of these bullet points link... Read More


Hiring For SAP Basis Consultant In Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Feb. 23 -- Job Description

Minimum 1 end to end implementation experience.

Should have expertise on BW 7.x installation experience (both ABAP & Java stack)

Installation of ERP/ CRM/ SCM/EP

OR

Minimum 1 upgrade experience - Technical Upgrade, Unicode migration and OS/DB migration.

Expertise skill set and fluent in handling database related administration/tasks; Exposure to different databases like Oracle/DB2/MaxDB is preferred.

D... Read More


Women get skill certificate by JCP

Jamshedpur, Feb. 23 -- Under Lafarge's Saksham Bharat initiative wherein the company aims at making people financially independent through various programmes, Jojobera Cement Plant (JCP) organised a certificate distribution ceremony for 33 ladies who have successfully completed a six month course of beautician and sewing & knitting.

Manoj Kumar Agrawal, Vice President, JCP and Rajkumar Singh, Vice Chairman Zila Parisad East Singhbhum, distribute... Read More


Union ministers criticised LF govt of Tripura

Agartala, Feb. 22 -- Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajiv Pratap Rudy Union Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Babul Supriyo peeved at the absence of any Tripura minister in the inaugural ceremony Digidhan Mela here yesterday.

Before leaving the state both the minister told the media that it was unfortunate and beyond courtesy no minister from the Tripura government cared to turn up ... Read More