Professional writer with a passion for story telling with extensive experience in newspaper, business and creative writing. With over 4 years of experience in editing/writing, Faraan has served as a writer for an electronic financial newspaper, a magazine and various corporate and business materials including reports, white papers, newsletters, annual reports and brochures aimed at specific target audience. Faraan dives into the writing process with the purpose and passion needed to engage audiences. He polishes each article with accurate research, proper grammar and the appropriate style. With experience in copyediting, content editing and proofreading, his editorial position has enabled him to contribute to the creative development of the publication and expansion of its circulation.
Display of courage or for that matter any inherent trait is quite essential. Like any other human attribute or acquired skill, reading, writing, driving, linguistic skills, culinary skills, being good at sports, athletic abilities, physical or mental strength, characteristics such as courage, kindness, empathy, compassion or in general any virtue needs occasions of expression without...
Any analysis of failure will sure throw up a pattern of repetitive mistakes. A series of such mistakes eventually causes the undoing of any active enterprise. Even in our lives, sufferers are found to be repeating similar kind of mistakes over and over again - giving rise to the idea of vice.
If a large number of articles on topic is any indication, political correctness is akin to entering a boxing ring with one or both of your hands tied behind your back. For the liberal side of politics the concept is part of its philosophical bedrock. The liberal discourse, for all practical purposes, is irrevocably entrenched...
Indian Stock Market
Benchmark share indices posted their steepest weekly fall of the year dragged by financials on concerns over an earlier-than-expected rate hike by the US Federal Reserve and mixed economic data that showed a decline in industrial production for the second straight month in January and retail inflation peaking to a four-month high in February.
Benchmark indices recovered fabulously from yesterday's carnage and ended nearly 2% higher led by the gains in financials, auto and index heavyweights on government's accommodative stance on the contentious issue of capital gains taxation while firm global cues too helped in keeping the momentum going.
Benchmark indices snapped five-day losing streak, amid a volatile trading session, led by gains in engineering major L&T and renewed buying interest in Hindustan Unilever and financial shares. The 30-share Sensex ended up 214 points at 27,890 and the 50-share Nifty closed up 52 points at 8,430.
While European car makers remain adamant on gaining a relatively unrestricted foothold in the Indian market through the proposed EU-India Bilateral Trade and Investment Agreement (BTIA), under negotiations since 2007, Indian manufactures, mostly of Japanese and Korean origin, remain firmly opposed to any reductions in import duties.