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Legal profession is considered as a noble profession. The nobility of the legal profession is maintained by the adherence and observance of a set of professional norms by those who adopt this profession. It is known as legal ethics or the ethics of legal profession.
Social Entrepreneur and Founder of MUrgency, Shaffi Mather traveled to Nairobi at the invitation of US Government to attend the 2015 Global Economic Summit in Nairobi jointly hosted by US President Barack Obama and Kenyan President John Kenyatta.
The campaign to open a Passport Seva Kendra on Change.org has got over 1,500 signatures within four days. The Northern most district of Kerala, Kasaragod is the second largest NRI populated district in Kerala with over 200,000 from the district working in overseas. According to petitioners, NRI remittence supports the lives…
For those in government, politics, especially as we get closer to an election, is more about making grand announcements and foundation stone laying. Long term development goals, environmental impact, economic viability seems to least of their concern.
In any debate, it is good to hear both sides of an argument. Even if you have a bias, or a fan of the speaker, you will benefit much more if you take in what the other side has to say. The danger of listening to only one side of…
We eat with our eyes and nose first! This couldn’t be truer at French Toast, where an array of gorgeously designed pastries and savouries await you.
Antique jewellery, designer clothes, exquisite venue, candid photography, more-than-a-normal-person-can-eat-course-buffet, celebrity make-up artist, posh cars, radiant flowers and to fulfil all the wishes – the fairy God man, the event manager and of course to get all this done all we need is a lot of money!
Growing up in the West, we take 9–1–1 service for granted — pick up the phone, dial 3 numbers, and an ambulance comes to help you.
Sambar has been on my “try to make” list for a few years now. I never really like Sambar much unless we are in Kochi at my mother-in-law’s house. Her Sambar is truly crave-worthy, but whenever I order it back home in San Francisco it always tastes watery and I am never able to eat more than a couple spoonfuls. This week was the week I actually decided to “try to make” Sambar and cross it off my intangible list. Read More
There was a time when teaching was considered as a very noble profession, alongside medical profession. Teachers, or Gurus
, as they were known more commonly, were one of the most respected in the society. The reason being, they played a very significant role in the character building of any individual.
But not anymore. Read More
Over the years, several stories have been portrayed at the Durbar Hall art gallery in the form of paintings, sculptures and art installations. The walls of the gallery bring to life the imaginations and creations of kids, amateurs and veteran artists of the country, with no bias. Read More
When I wanted to write an article about the rising Kochi boutique culture, my first instinct was to take a walk by the streets of Panampilly Nagar. Modern and chic styled boutiques have sprung up on both sides of the road here, making one wonder whether the upsurge of boutiques…