Posts From rashmi

The year that was!

So it is post 21 December 2012, and I am still alive. It’s for sure the world has not come to an end! At least not for me! At the same time the countdown has begun for the moment when we all say “Happy New Year” and that’s when I start reminiscing about the year that was – 2012. The year has been quite eventful throughout and for me it

Only 21% Employable!

Dear All In India, Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most sought after professional courses. With over thousand business schools, universities and institutions in India, every year lakhs of students enroll for the most esteemed course. India, in its attempt to not get affected by the so called global recession, has been breeding industries, corporate forces, financial institutions as well as IT and outsourcing companies. Due to

The Big IPO Mess Up!

What happens when Mark Zuckerberg misleads investors? Facebook starts losing its ‘Face’! The hugely hyped IPO (Initial Public Offer) which people waited for with bated breath has turned into a Pandora’s Box, haunting investors and underwriters and giving analysts an opportunity to investigate, what went wrong? How is it that what was supposed to be the biggest tech IPO in U.S. history has become so chaotic and now surrounded by lawsuits? A group of

“I don’t mind the Rupee falling, so long as some of it falls on me!”

In my last blog post I was talking about things rising in India like prices, inflation etc. Then I thought what about things falling in India? Ta-da… THE RUPEE!  The quote in the heading as beautifully stated  by Mario Miranda certainly amuses, but the fact which really concerns me is the current exchange rate of my beloved currency Rupee against the mighty Dollar! It now takes almost 54 of these

Inflation and it’s impact on our daily lives

As a kid I never realized buying groceries would be such a painful experience. I might sound funny but the way the rate of inflation in India is increasing, I might have to take a loan each time to replenish the larder! Sometimes I wonder how the common man is managing when middle class families such as ours, with two earning members are pinching pennies. According to Gallup’s Financial Wellbeing


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