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Tuesday, 19 July 2016 17:03

Asif Handicrafts

Asif HandicraftsAsif Handicrafts is a trusted Manufacturer, Exporter & Supplier of Wooden Products. We offer a wide range of Wooden Handicrafts, which encompasses Wooden Boxes, Wooden Jewellery, Wooden Ashtrays, Wooden Hanger, Wooden Paper Cutters, and many more. We are known in this industry for our world class quality with superiority and durability.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016 13:19

Inam Handicrafts

Inam HandicraftsINAM HANDICRAFTS has positioned its name in industry, in the year 1983. Since then, we are involved in manufacturing, supplying, trading as well as exporting a broad spectrum of wooden walking sticks, wooden walking canes, walking stick with brass inlay work and carved work, metal handles, brass handles for canes, aluminium handles for walking sticks and umbrellas, wooden boxes, wooden game sets, wooden ashtrays, wooden coaster sets, and all kinds of wooden and brass handicrafts. We have fully fledged research and developed unit, where we find out latest methods to innovate as well as improve our existing range of products. All our range is designed as well as manufactured with utmost precision, without leaving scope for quality error. Premium grade material is used in the development of complete assortment, which we source from industry reputed and certified vendors. Quality of all product range is examined carefully on defined parameters before its final shipment in industry. Thus, clients appreciate us for quality supply of products and place their orders repetitively. Along with this, we welcome the suggestions of our clients and ensure their implementation of our production process. Regular feedback of their queries is also provided by us to the clients.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016 10:12

The unseen city: Woodwork city of Nagina

Nagina Bijnor HandicraftsNagina, a small town in the Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh may seem nondescript at first glance, but look deeper and anyone would be able to see the rich cultural impact it has had on the art and craft traditions of India.

The wood work traditions in Nagina, Bijnor find a mention as far back as 1881 when The Imperial Gazetteer of India, a historical reference work was first published in 1881 under the aegis of the British Empire. “Nagina is celebrated for the excellent workmanship of its carved ebony wares, such as walking-sticks trays, boxes, which are frequently inlaid with ivory. Large quantities of small glass phials are blown here and exported to Haridwar for the pilgrims who carry Ganges water in them.”

The family members of the 14-year-old girl, whose body was found on a railway track in Chamrawala area in Bijnor on Wednesday, blocked the Nagina-Bijnor road for the second day in protest, claiming that their daughter did not commit suicide, but was murdered. The deceased's female friend, who was found unconscious on the same spot, was arrested on Wednesday night. She, along with two unidentified persons, were booked under Section 302 and 364 of the IPC.

Police said that the deceased's kin again blocked the road on Thursday as her body was taken to her residence after postmortem in All Saray mohalla in Nagina. The situation got tense after which cops had to resort to a mild lathi-charge to disperse the mob. In response, the mob pelted stones at the police. However, nobody was injured.

The agitators, who have been demanding compensation for the affected family, later returned, but did not protest for long and eventually allowed traffic movement on the road.

In the evening, the deceased's body was buried.

According to ASP Dharamveer Singh, "We are investigating the matter. A case has been registered against the victim's friend and two unidentified persons. Police are questioning her, but she is afraid and is refusing to tell anything." Singh added that some people pelted stones at the police, but nobody was injured. Police have recorded the agitation and cases will be lodged against the agitators.

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 11:06

Punjab National Bank


In a fillip to government's Skill India initiative, technology giant Google on Monday launched its "Android Skilling and Certification" programme to help make the country a global hub of high-quality mobile developers.

The programme aims to train two million mobile developers by offering a slew of initiatives to train and certify talented students and developers in Android development.

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 09:23

State Bank of India

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Tuesday, 12 July 2016 09:28

E-mail: pause before you send

Writing e-mail feels like chatting, but much is at stake. Pause before you send, because you risk offending, irritating or insulting your customers or colleagues. You may even break the law.

Communication by e-mail is so quick and easy that people become careless. The trend is to be far less formal, which is friendly but risky.

Often, e-mail is undisciplined, unprofessional and a poor advertisement. Some people care about this—a lot. Some feel guilty. Some feel irritated. Others wonder what all the fuss is about.

The e-mail culture polarises people. You might be amazed at how upset some people get over the e-mails you send. Or you might be amazed at how reckless and rude are the e-mails you receive from other people.

Most people do business with both types. The fusspots will judge you by your errors. The slackers won't even notice your spelling. So this decision is a no-brainer: try very hard to avoid making errors! Better be sure than sorry.

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