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Can Yebhi Stop Flipkart’s Progressive March?

Tonline_sales_640x360he world is competitive and so is the online world. In fact, the competition in the online world is even stiffer. Online stores not only enjoy wide popularity but they do face wider criticism. While promotions through media and through various channels in internet can make an online store grow pretty fast, reviews from customers’ could make or break their day. It is owing to the fact that reviews play a crucial role in the decision making of the customers. Yebhi has won many positive reviews in its short stint and it needs to be seen if it has the versatility to stop Flipkart’s progress.


Things you should never do in office

The Office cast in the third season

The Office cast in the third season (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

There are lot of people who and a lot of articles/books that will tell you what you must do in office. But there will be very few who tell you what not to do.

This is where we come in. Every office has its set of dos and don’ts, but then there is also a set of general don’ts that you need to keep in mind. We are here to list these general don’ts for you and we are sure they will help you stay clear of getting embarrassed in office.

  • Peep into someone’s laptop/desktop :-

The most annoying person in office is the one who peeps into his colleagues laptop screen. Make sure you are not this annoying person. No matter the urge to see what other people are up to, you must save yourself the embarrassment of being labelled the office’s peeping tom. 


Cisco Launches A New Social Networking Site

Cisco India today announced the launch of its web 2.0 technology platform –

This new technology platform is built on Google Earth application, which allows people and organizations across geographic locations to connect, collaborate and share experiences and ideas for various causes and initiatives.
The website allows individuals and organizations to get registered and provide feeds of their initiatives, share content such as pictures and videos and build a network of like-minded people to support various causes and initiatives.

My aims to connect charitable organizations and individuals who want to make a change or difference and allow’s them to collaborate and share ideas, experiences and issues and help them find solutions online. Individuals can identify causes from various categories such as education, healthcare, education, environment, animal welfare, economic development and infrastructure and social welfare and choose initiatives under each cause. About, 40 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and individuals across India have registered on the website and the company expects over 250 NGOs and people in next 6 to 9 months.

Cisco India denies any involvement of profit or monetary intent in creation of this platform


Telemarketers To Face Ire Of Indian Government

Bob Wood in Alabama.

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The Telecommunication ministry is all set on convene a meeting of all telecom operators to stop telemarketing nuisance.

Telemarketers have gotten themselves in quite a fix while trying to sell their schemes to the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee. Apparently Pranab Mukherjee was in the midst of talks with opposition leaders on Monday in an effort to break the logjam in Parliament. That’s when his mobile phone rang. Thinking it was an important call Mukherjee answered his phone. However it turned out to be a telemarketer trying offer a home loan, fuming the minister cut his call.

And now thanks to this call the Communications and IT Minister A. Raja has written a note to Telecom Secretary P.J. Thomas, asking him to seek a reply from the operators what action they have taken to stop this nuisance, which he termed “intrusion of privacy” of subscribers.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has made several attempts to curb unsolicited commercial calls, including creating a ‘Do Not Call Registry’ but without much success.

Mr. Raja telecommunication minister said “A wide range of products and services is nowadays offered through telemarketing which results in inconvenience and disturbance to telecom consumers. These calls are made at any time of the day encroaching on the privacy of consumers,”

According to senior ministry officials, a meeting of all service providers could be convened at the earliest to take steps to prohibit such calls.