Monthly Archives February 2016

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Crisis communication has become a new catch phrase for brands. As is the case with most new developments in the communications industry, this one is linked closely with the digital world. A rumour about your company is suddenly trending on Twitter, or a customer complaint goes viral. That's not to say that all corporate crises start in the digital world, but almost all of…

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Much of India’ele media coverage for the last few weeks has been centred on the activity in Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), starting with the arrest of Student Union President, Kanhaiya Kumar on 12 February. Kumar’s arrest was made under the pretext of anti-national sloganeering that erupted during the public demonstration held on the anniversary of Afzal Guru’s execution. Afzal…

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There are few things that prevent me from getting out of bed for weekend brunch. Even nights spent watching ‘Master of None,’ which was last month's procrastination project. Plus, the weather finally reaching double digits made for a pleasant walk down Westminster Bridge, barring the occasional tourists who give you strange looks for power walking. It doesn’t help that I’m…

Saanya Gulati's Blog, Pancake Recipe

The versatility of the pancake never ceases to amaze me. From the flat to the fluffy, thin and thick, to the buttermilk, ricotta, and rice-based, I’m all for discovering new flavours and textures. When it comes to making pancakes, I’ve generally steered clear. That is, until I woke up one morning with an unexpected craving. The prospect of trekking for…

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