Cheerleaders have now become an accepted, integral part of the IPL. Despite the initial reservations that they wouldn’t fit into the Indian cultural scene, they are now on thousands of TV screens, vociferously applauding every four and six in India’s own festival. Despite them getting tons of airtime, there’s very little known about the girls behind the skimpy costumes and the heavy makeup. So when an American IPL cheerleader decided to do an AMA on Reddit, the community was rapt. And got to know some very interesting details about what it’s like to be a cheerleader in the IPL.
“All the world’s a canvas”- If Shakespeare was an artist, he would’ve said it. Or at least that’s what this couple from New Delhi, India believes in.
Architecture in India is getting bolder, whackier, and office real estate is not spared.
Whether it was to pursue a hobby, giving back to the society or starting a business, they all took the plunge from the corporate, into a life of their own terms.
Housing CEO Rahul Yadav has resigned with typically outspoken letter, in which he calls his investors “not intellectually capable enough”.
Troika Consulting clarifies its stand on a controversial ad it released after the Nepal earthquake.
Google executive Dan Fredinburg has died after suffering head injuries in the avalanche that struck Mount Everest following the Nepal Earthquake. Fredinburg, 33, was the Head of Privacy at Google X, Google’s secretive arm behind projects such the the self driving car and Google Glass. Fredinburg also was an avid mountaineer, and led the Google Adventure team. Dan Freidman was attempting to scale Mount Everest with follow Googlers Michele Battelli and Flo Nagl. He had been posting daily…
There are some brands who have time and again used a fatal disaster and a tragedy as an opportunity to cash in on the ongoing chatter and plug their products. Where’s the sensitivity?
When you have hundreds of people vying for a coveted job in a top company, the need to stand and be notice is intense.
Here’s a select list of 5 people who, in a bid to get noticed and hired by Google, Amazon, Instagram, Snapchat and AirBnB, went out of their way, and created these insanely creative or offbeat resumes, tailor made for the company they were applying for.
Take a virtual tour into the work culture as told by 22 Indians, across 22 different countries across the globe