Shah Rukh Khan and politics!

Shah Rukh Khan shares his thought on politics.

Indian women prefer more flexibility at workplace: Survey

Majority of working women in the country prefer greater flexibility at workplace and they define professional success as the right balance between work and personal life, says a survey.

Which professionals drink most coffee?

Nurses drink the most coffee followed closely by physicians, a new study has found.

Talent visa of China to attract professionals

China plans to introduce a new visa regime titled "talent introduction" in an effort to attract more skilled professionals from abroad.

Professionals to help strengthen govt cultural organisations

In a bid to strengthen cultural
institutions under its control, the Government on Tuesday approved
a proposal to fill up gaps in the organisational structure of
such bodies with professionals.

Over 45,000 professionals unemployed in J&K

Over 45,000 professionals, including 2,772 doctors and 5,999 engineers, are unemployed in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government said on Tuesday.

Bangla EC recognizes sex workers as professionals

For the first time, Bangladesh`s
Election Commission (EC) has recognized sex workers among the
list of 15 professional groups in the country`s new electoral
database and national identity cards.

Professionals earning over Rs 10L to file e-returns

Professionals, including doctors,
lawyers and chartered accountants, earning over Rs 10 lakh
annually will be required to file income tax returns
electronically, the Finance Ministry said today.

‘Mental health professionals should not participate in the practice of torture’

An expert has advised that psychologists and psychiatrists should not be expected to participate in torture as they do not have the expertise to assess individual pain or the long-term effects of interrogation.

‘Mental health professionals should not participate in the practice of torture’

An expert has advised that psychologists and psychiatrists should not be expected to participate in torture as they do not have the expertise to assess individual pain or the long-term effects of interrogation.

Tighter UK immigration norms may affect Indians

A proposal that is likely to adversely affect the prospect of thousands of professionals from India in UK, a key migration panel attached to Home Office on Wednesday recommended further tightening of criteria for skilled workers.

Street begging helps UK professionals beat recession

It literally pays to beg on the
streets in Britain, particularly in these times of salary cuts
as collections can be as much as 200 pounds a night.

63% professionals in this year’s IIM-C batch: Hindustan Times

The Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM-C) didn’t notice it at first, but recession has definitely changed its student profile.