"Shukumar Shoba" Essays and Research Papers

  • Shukumar Shoba

    about Shukumar and his wife Shoba going through the troubles after experiencing their stillbirth and explains how they get “closer” during a power outage. Shukumar is a strong man and really tries to support his wife in the distant relationship they develop. Shukumar is worthy of character analysis because of the way he changes throughout the story is very intricate by his experiences. He tries hard to show his love and care, but faces a reality check in the end. In this situation, Shukumar is like...

    A Story, English-language films, Family 927  Words | 3  Pages

  • Divorce in Short Stories

    between two persons. Shoba and Shukumar, having planned a good life ahead of them had a sudden change in plans when their child had died. After that incident Shoba planned to separate from Shukumar and this did not help save their marriage. Her reasons for leaving Shukumar were because of their failure to love, communicate, and the change of roles between the two. Although, the decision of a divorce was never established it would have been for the better. Also another reason why Shoba planned on leaving...

    Alimony, Annulment, Divorce 1142  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Temporary Matter Analysis

    Temporary Matter” By Jhumpa Lahiri 1. The story is about the marriage of the 2 main characters, Shukumar and his wife, Shoba. The story begins when Shoba, returning home from the gym, finds a notice from the electric company letting the people of their street know that nightly there will be an hour long outage while they are repairing some lines that had been downed during their last snowstorm. Shukumar is comparing the differences in his head from his wife the way she was when they had wed three...

    Antagonist, Marriage, Protagonist 1026  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparing Contrasting Two Characters

    Jhumpa Lahiri beautifully portrays two women with mixed up relationships with their husbands, and consequences arising as a result with a potential of breaking their very marriages. The likes of both the women are very common in today’s urban society. Shoba of ‘A Temporary Matters’ and Mrs. Das of ‘Interpreter of Maladies’ are typical middleclass women wishing their husbands to be still more considerate of them. Also, both the women are apparently pragmatic and conscious that it is not that easy, given...

    Doctor, Family, Husband 1977  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Comparison Between Kiss Me and a Temporary Matter

    foreign to the things he used to do and enjoy; the things that made up who he was. Shukumar rarely rises any earlier than around noon; waking up to an empty house for Shoba has already left. Shukumar has gone from one extreme to another, “had been diligent if not dedicated, summarizing chapters, outlining arguments on pads of yellow lined paper. But now he would lie in their bed until he grew bored” (Lahiri, 4). Shukumar now lacks ambition, drive and dedication, since the loss of his child. He no longer...

    Interpersonal relationship, Jhumpa Lahiri, Microsoft Narrator 1444  Words | 4  Pages

  • “In time she would reveal the disappointment of her marriage, and he his.” The stories present a particular negative view of marriage. Does your reading of the stories support this view?

    disappointment of her marriage, and he his.” The stories present a particular negative view of marriage. Does your reading of the stories support this view? Lahiri’s stories present a particular mixed opinion and view on marriage. In “A Temporary Matter”, Shoba and Shukumar’s marriage is untrustworthy and has a negative feel to it between the characters after their baby’s miscarriage as they fail to communicate to one another at all. Twinkle and Sanjeev from “This Blessed House” have a marriage full of trust...

    Arranged marriage, Courtship, Husband 1275  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unpredictability in Relationships in Interpreter of Maladies

    tells a story about a married couple named Shoba and Shukumar that has to face with the grief of their stillbirth child. After the loss of their child, Shoba and Shukumar are trying to avoid each other. They go to work earlier and come back home later. Shoba even brings home more extra work to keep her busy during evenings and weekends. Meanwhile, Shukumar puts his computer and pretend to work on his dissertation in the nursery room from which he knows that Shoba will stay away. Every evening when the...

    1360  Words | 4  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    aligned in their expectations of the conversation. In A Temporary Matter, the breakdown of Shukumar and Shoba’s relationship is based purely on their discretion to communicate with one other. After the stillbirth of the baby, both Shukumar and Shoba begin to adopt changes in their habits. Shoba becomes evidently more distant, while Shukumar undertakes cooking in order to demonstrate his care for Shoba. It was confessing their secrets during the blackouts that became their main form of communication...

    Communication, Graphic communication, Interpreter of Maladies 1095  Words | 3  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    a dead end, much like Shoba and Shukumar in ‘A Temporary Matter’. Communication is the most common way to learn about your heritage and each other. The absence of this can lead to confusion and an emotional displacement, a sense of not knowing who you really are. When people don’t communicate effectively relationships can be destroyed, people can be confused and feel disconnected from their partner or a particular group. In the story ‘A Temporary Matter’ Shoba and Shukumar are stuck in the grief...

    Communication, Culture, Emotion 935  Words | 3  Pages

  • Communication and Its Importance in Creating Conflict in "Interpreter of Maladies"

    and “Interpreter of Maladies” resulted in conflict. In “A Temporary Matter”, the conflict in was the game that Shoba and Shukamar played, referring to the revealing one truth about oneself when there were not any lights, and the game where they were hiding from each other, hoping to avoid awkward encounters. This was an internal conflict from Shukumar’s perspective because Shukumar was thinking of how to play his next move in order to effectively restore the relationship. ”Now he had to struggle...

    Communication, Doctor, Translation 965  Words | 3  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies Notes

    Shukamar *one POV adds to the dramatic tension of the stoy *not knowing Shoba’s “mind set” helps the climax become all the more significant. *Shukamar’s because we are privy to his emotional responses and thought process…which we can only assume about Shoba through her actions 4. How does Lahiri give depth to the characters in the first 2 pages? *realism, doing about daily routines, tapping I nto small daily tasks to create a sense of who the character is. *Contrast…through time (now and then) *Dialogue…demonstrates...

    Carving, Halloween, Jack-o'-lantern 1269  Words | 5  Pages

  • Essay on “A Temporary Matter”

    Essay on “A Temporary Matter” In the story, “A Temporary Matter”, Shoba, the wife, tells her husband, Shukumar, that she is going to move out. The loss of their baby is a key factor in this decision but it is not the only factor. One cause of the relationship ending the way it did was the fact that Shukumar was never around. Shoba and Shukumar could never really spend time together because he was always working. While this did not in any way cause the death of the baby, his not being there during...

    2001 albums, Aerosmith, Causality 484  Words | 2  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    of the characters find themselves in different situations that manifest solely because they have withheld things from their loved ones. Such an example is in the opening story of the book, A Temporary Matter. In the story, the married couple, Shukumar and Shoba, find themselves divulging secrets that they concealed their entire marriage. In the end, their lack of communication proves to be their downfall. In the story Sexy, the entire story is centered around a secret affair between a single woman...

    Gender role, India, Interpreter of Maladies 827  Words | 3  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    around them. Mrs Das in ‘Interpreter of Maladies’ seeks consolation for her guilt from Mr Kapasi, whom was having difficulty himself communicating with his wife. In ‘Sexy’, Miranda misinterprets Dav’s meaning of sexy and In ‘A Temporary Matter’, Shoba and Shukumar hardly interacted with each other anymore after their baby died. Mrs In ‘This Blessed House’, newly wed Twinkle and Sanjeev had numerous fights over Christian artefacts found throughout the house. Through these stories, Lahiri is trying to convey...

    Causality, Communication, Husband 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • Grief a Temporary Matter

    we will be able to accept these changes and the grieving process will be easier. In the book ‘Interpreter of Maladies’ (Jhumpa Lahiri’s) characters Shoba and Shukumar enter a world of grief after losing their first child. The book is set in America but their cultural background is Indian, although Shukumar has not spent as much time there as Shoba it is talked about regularly throughout the story. The tragedy that occurred in their lives made it impossible for them to find the connection in their...

    2006 albums, Change, Debut albums 646  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Temporary Matter essay

    the story climax was the portrayal of a couple living a monotonous lifestyle, as she painted pictures in how these two people live their life from day to day. The narrator, Shukumar, is extremely observant and does an excellent job in highlighting the little things in his life. “These days Shoba was always gone by the time Shukumar woke up. He would open his eyes and see the long black hairs she shed on her pillow and think of her, dressed, sipping her third cup of coffee already, in her office downtown...

    A Story, Fiction, Jhumpa Lahiri 658  Words | 2  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    few days, Shoba and Shukumar play a game. A game where they tell all their secrets. Every night they played the game, Shukumar would feel Shoba getting close to him, as they used to be before their child passed away. Since the death of their child, Shoba and Shukumar have had less communication. On the last day, Shoba told him, how she desired to move out of the house and has already found an apartment. Looking at the fact that Shukumar was not there, when their child passed away, gets Shoba angry along...

    Adultery, Affair, Family 706  Words | 2  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    of their baby, Shoba and Shukumar have a difficult time coming to terms with the tragedy. They cope by keeping to themselves and then, later, playing an activity of confiding that would result in backstabbing. On page 8, the text states, "She would rest her hands on his shoulders and stare with him into the blue glow of the computer screen. 'Don't work too hard,' she would say after a minute or two, and head off to bed." This quote explains that Soba doesn't want to tell Shukumar how she really feels...

    Classified information, Concealment device, Interpreter of Maladies 792  Words | 4  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies and Pg

    Quotes for Interpreter of Maladies A Temporary Matter. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Instead he thought of how he and Shukumar had become experts at avoiding each other in their three-bedroom house, spending as much time on separate floors as possible. (pg. 4) In the beginning he had believed that it would pass, that he and Shoba would get through it all somehow. (pg. 5) She was the type to prepare for surprises, good and bad. (pg. 6) There were endless boxes of pasta in all shapes and colours … whole...

    Doctor, Interpreter of Maladies 2112  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Temporary Matter. Essay

    A Temporary Matter Husband and wife Shukumar and Shoba are notified that their electricity will be turned off at 8:00PM for five evenings in a row in order to fix a power line. Shoba tells her husband this news. He looks at her, noticing that her makeup has run from her time at the gym. He reminisces about how she would look in the morning after a party in happier times. Shoba insists that the electric company should work on the lines during the day. Shukumar takes slight offense at this idea; since...

    Doctor, Husband, Marriage 9411  Words | 21  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    required to adapt, or they have been through traumatic experiences that inhibit that ability to adapt. Shoba and Shukumar in the story “A Temporary Matter” are faced with a horrific ordeal which forces them to adapt to new life, this however, does not turn out the way they had planned and they eventually split up from not being able to fully adapt and accept the changes “they’d been through enough” and Shoba “needed some time alone”, their relationship eventually dissolves. A similar thing happened to Mrs...

    Learning, Life, Personal life 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • There's No Place Like Home

    into a new culture. Each plot is molded by the character's interaction with a new environment. Ultimately, it is Boori Ma's momentary absence from her home that creates havoc. Likewise, without the convenient blackouts in Boston that force Shoba and Shukumar to confess their wrongdoings, there would be no plot in "A Temporary Matter." (Large) The authors' use of non-fictional elements in their stories illustrates a more realistic world that the reader can both enjoy and take part in. Sue Monk...

    Character, Fiction, Interpreter of Maladies 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Response Paper Interpreter of Maladies

    marriages, broken families, death, the anxiety of beginning a new life in a foreign place…it goes without saying that life can be difficult. Yet there is another quality within the stories: hope. In A Temporary Matter we find ourselves hoping that Shoba and Shukumar will rekindle the flame of love with each passing night in the dark. Like Lilia in When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine we hope that Mr. Pirzada will be safely reunited with his family in Bangladesh. Like the neighbors in The Treatment of Bibi Halder...

    Columbia University, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Interpreter of Maladies 498  Words | 2  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    example, the story of Shukmar and Shoba, from the story titled ‘Temporary matter’, shows that the ending can be divided in to variety of opinions. Throughout the story, the death of newly born baby, which is the cause of the crack in their relationship, and both of them avoiding each other, significantly showing the loss of communication and constant misunderstanding, indicates that Shukmar and Shoba will most likely break up with each other. Also, especially as Shoba directly states that she is planning...

    A Story, Happiness, Interpretation 922  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jhumpa Lahiri

    estranged from each other after the death of their child and how they “become experts at avoiding each other in their three-bedroom house, spending as much time on separate floors as possible” (4). “A Temporary Matter” is fully set in America, but Shoba and Shukumar are of Indian origin. The story is far from analyzing their inability to adapt to a hostile cultural environment. It rather focuses on the deteriorating relationships between a husband and a wife after the death of their child and, although...

    India, Indian American, Interpreter of Maladies 1218  Words | 4  Pages

  • Interpreter of Maladies

    give depth to the characters in the first 2 pages? 5. What evidence of tension does the reader get in the first 2 pages? 6. How have Shoba and Shukumar changed since the still birth? 7. Why do they find it so hard to communicate? Why is it so much easier in the dark? 8. List the revelations that the 2 characters reveal. Why does Shukumar tell Shoba his last revelation? 9. Why does the story end with the Bradfords walking past? 10. Although this story is based on Indian characters...

    Alice Munro, Fiction, Interpreter of Maladies 2892  Words | 12  Pages

  • A temporary matter

     “A Temporary Matter” In the story “A Temporary Matter” its about a husband and wife. The wife, Shoba being a working woman at the age of 32. The husband, Shukmar being a 35-year-old who is still a student. With the both of them being content with their daily lives. Content is all they both were. She woke up, drank a couple cups of coffee, soon dashing off to work. Shukmars mornings on the other hand were completely different. He slept till almost lunchtime, walking into the kitchen and pouring...

    Alimony, Debut albums, Dowry 487  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Immigration Experience told in Interpreter of Maladies

    country. In her short story A Temporary Matter Lahiri’s character Shoba is able to reconnect with her husband, of which both are in a failing marriage. They lose power to their house for a few nights, and it brings back memories of a time in India where power outages were common and shoba and her family used to tell stories to pass the time. “ ‘I remember during power failures at my grandmother’s house, we all had to say something, Shoba continued. He could barely see her face, but from her tone he...

    Girl, Immigration, Immigration to the United States 1107  Words | 4  Pages

  • Isolation and Community

    could scream at the top of her lungs and not a single person would come to her aid. The first story in the collection, A Temporary matter, very strategically unfolds the coldness that has entered the relationship between the thirty plus couple Shoba and Shukumar after the still birth of their first child, The ‘ temporary matter’ of power failure for a few evenings leads to permanent severance of ties between them . In the event of their electricity going to be cut off for one hour every evening at eight...

    Amartya Sen, Asian Latin American, Indian American 3843  Words | 10  Pages

  • interpreter of maladies guide

    are important in a number of stories. How is Bibi Haldar very different from:  Twinkle in “This Blessed House”  Miranda in “Sexy”  Mrs Das in “Interpreter of Maladies”  Shoba in “A Temporary Matter” Food is another motif in the stories. Compare Bibi Haldar’s food with: · Mrs Sen’s meal preparations · Shoba and Shakumar’s meals in “A Temporary Matter” · The dinners, Halloween treats and Mr Pirzad’s gifts to Lilia in “When Mr Pirzada Came to Dine.” Children. Bibi is ‘cured’ when she...

    Doctor, Interpreter of Maladies, Miranda 45273  Words | 117  Pages

  • Infanticide

    female empowerment and value. According to the project director, Sheela Rani Chunkath, within the six months of street theatre performances, more than eighty female babies were allowed to survive in families in which previous girl babies were killed. (Shoba Warrier, "Again a girl! Are you not ashamed of yourself?") The urge to reform has to come from within the community. The problem lies in the fact that no formal complaints are being lodged against the perpetrators. In order to deal with this ever-increasing...

    Abortion, Demography, Gender 2022  Words | 6  Pages

  • Field Report

    Panchayat by merging its surrounding areas Thimakapalli, Kodandampalli. OBSERVATION AND INFORMATION GATHERED: At 10: 00 am we visited the Village Revenue office of Pragnapur village. There we met with ex-sarpanch members Mr. Rama rajeshan, Mrs. Shoba, and other village members. We had an interaction with those members. They shared their experiences and given detailed information about the village. The Village Revenue office was there in a new building which has 4 rooms and other infrastructure...

    Education, Educational stages, Government 962  Words | 5  Pages

  • Synopsis on Mobile Number Portability

    A STUDY ON NETWORK ROUTING METHOD IN MOBILE NUMBER PORTABILITY Project Guide: S. Senthil Gavaskar Name: Shoba E Reg No: 68309200049 Dept : Technology Management Roll no: 0906MBA0761 SYNOPSIS The research topic namely “A Study on Network routing method in Mobile Number Portability” is a study to understand the hottest telecommunication advancement...

    Data collection, GSM, Mobile number portability 965  Words | 5  Pages

  • Educated Unemployment

    people are still living in the medieval age,so far as the issue of women is concern. in this grim scenario,we have any examples that encourage us to fight for the cause.late Kalpana Chawla did india proud by joining NASA as an astronaut.Arundhati Roy,Shoba De and Anita Pratap are celebrated writers.We can recall the names of Sushma Swaraj,Maya wati,Sonia Gandhi an other political figure in india.women are pilots,engineers,doctors,researchers and businesswomen.they are giving better results than women...

    Creamy layer, Female, Gender 561  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Writing in English

    critical acclaim for her immative use of the language and her lyrical and yet honest presentation of her life and times of a Kerala village which culminated with her winning the prestigious Booker Prize ($20,000), for her debut literacy venture. Shoba De: This queen of pulp fiction, she intelligently uses the very special Indian English or Hinglish in her racy, raunchy sensual novels. Though her works are of little literacy value but she has achieved more popularity than many of her contemporaries...

    English language, India, Jawaharlal Nehru 1399  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cross Cultural Conflict in “the Tiger's Daughter” of Bharati Mukherjee

    life in Calcutta. It was because of the cultural difference. “Her husband asked naïve questions about Indian customs and traditions. She felt insecure in an alien atmosphere. Madison Square was unbearable and her husband was after all a foreigner” (Shoba Shinde , quoted in R. K Dhawan 50). In the second part, when Tara visits India after seven years, she fails to bring back her old sense of perception and views India with a keenness of a foreigner. She is now totally Americanized. In India...

    Assam, Bharati Mukherjee, Culture 2489  Words | 8  Pages

  • Annotated Bibliography

    Anntotated Bibliography 1) Shoba V, Nagarai P. “Lovers of Nature in Willa Sibert Cather’s O Pioneers! And My Antonia –An Econcritical Analysis Language in India [serial online]. February 2013..13(2) 637-653. Available from: Communications & Mass Media Complete. Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 9. 2013 a) This articles speaks of the relationship with man and nature, how the Shimerdas undergo a struggle that faces them right against nature itself. It also relates the land from Nebraska to death....

    My Ántonia, O Pioneers!, Red Cloud, Nebraska 861  Words | 2  Pages

  • Signifying Nothing

    perspective as he struggles to connect with his wife, but ultimately it is personal tragedy rather than cultural misunderstanding that comes between the young couple in their Boston apartment. Unlike Mina Das and Mrs. Sen, who I will discuss below, Shoba had seemingly successfully navigated between Indian and American expectations by marrying a man she loved and managing an Indian and American household while still pursuing a satisfying career outside the home. However, her inability to achieve...

    American culture, Ethnic group, Immigration to the United States 57779  Words | 171  Pages

  • Portrayal of Male Characters in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Selected Short Stories

    of me. This is important in order for me to follow their movements. Also, the minute details of the characters will help me to imagine their looks. For example, in the short story A Temporary Matter, Shoba is a thirty three year old lady who goes to gymnasium regularly. Her husband, Shukumar would put her details that can be found on page 1. As he described it, “she wore navy blue poplin raincoat over gray sweatpants and white sneakers. Her cranberry lipstick was visible only on the outer reaches...

    Alice Munro, Character, Fiction 9846  Words | 32  Pages

  • Ethical and Professional Conflicts in Correctional Psychology

    Copyright 1994 by the American Psychological Association, Inc. 0735-7028/94/$3.00 Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 1994, Vol. 25, No. 2, 161-167 Ethical and Professional Conflicts in Correctional Psychology Linda E. Weinberger and Shoba Sreenivasan The role of the mental health professional in a prison setting has changed to reflect the prevailing ideology of the correctional administration that deemphasizes treatment and emphasizes security and custodial concerns. As a consequence...

    Clinical psychology, Ethics, Health care 6655  Words | 23  Pages

  • Finance 310 Syllabus Spring 2015 1

    FIN 310- Corporate Finance- Spring 2015 Instructor:      Shoba Premkumar                                            Section:  B  MWF- 2.10- 3 pm Office:             3239 Gerdin                                                    Office Hours:  MWF- 10- 10.50 am   Phone:             294-7379    Prerequisites:  Fin301                                                             EMail:             shobha@iastate.edu Room : 2134 Gerdin   Textbook: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance...

    1967, 1973, 1975 1116  Words | 5  Pages

  • DENG201 ENGLISH II

    have inherited and the “New World.” In A Temporary Matter, an electrical outage forces married couple Shoba and Shukumar to confront their unspoken pain over the loss of a child. The darkness gives them a safe space to confess secrets. Shoba and Shukumar admit minor indiscretions in the beginning and lead up to nagging doubts about their marriage. In the end, Shoba admits she is moving out and Shukumar admits to holding his son after he died. In When Mr. Pirzada Comes to Dinner, a young Indian-American...

    Clause, Complex-compound sentence, Dependent clause 167540  Words | 932  Pages

  • Ecology in Relation to Ecocriticism

    Research Paper Literature Volume : 3 | Issue : 1 | January 2013 | ISSN - 2249-555X Ecology in Relation to Ecocriticism – A Theoretical Approach Keywords Ecosystem, ecological concern, ecocriticism, theoretical analysis. V. Shoba Dr. P. Nagaraj PhD Research Scholar, Department of English and Foreign Assistant Professor, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India Languages, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India ABSTRACT One...

    Ecocriticism, Ecology, Environment 2002  Words | 2  Pages

  • GK books and authors

    o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o THE NEW KHAKI: The Evolving Nature of policing in India – Arvind Verma RETURN TO INDIA: A Memoir (Man Booker Prize - 2012 shortlist)– Shoba Narayan The Garden of Evening Mists: Tan Twang eng Swimming Home: Deborah Levy Bring Up the Bodies: Hilary Mantel The Lighthouse: Alison Moore Umbrella: Will Self Narcopolis: Jeet thayil Digital India – Pradip Ninan Thomas Seriously Strange:...

    Bihar, British Raj, Government of India 1852  Words | 12  Pages

  • Case Studies for Meeting Students Needs

    been reticent of late,” says Sonal Joshi, staff member. Despite being good at typing, maths and pattern recognition, a moody Mayank refuses to go anywhere near a PC. “He likes to sit here on this bench and play games on the iPad,” Joshi says,” (V. Shoba). It seems that through many studies the iPad technology has managed to capture and keep the attention of autistic students, when regular classroom methods were intimidating or ineffective. Many case studies prove great increase in scores and abilities...

    Assistive technology, Disability, Education 4291  Words | 13  Pages

  • Position Paper on Fault-based Divorce

    2710 as amended by Act No. 3448”. Manila: 1929 Women’s Legal Bureau for SIBOL. “The Relevance of Divorce in the Philippines”. Quezon City: The Bureau, 1998 Miyazaki, Koshiro. “A Comparison of Laws relating to Marriage and Divorce”. Tokyo: Kenso-Shoba, 1960 Lopez del Castillo, Jose. “The Marriage and Divorce Laws of the Philippines”. Manila: Oriental Commercial, c1933 ...

    Adultery, Alimony, Annulment 3264  Words | 10  Pages

  • History of Business Newspapers in India

    weekday issues based on increased circulation figures, especially with women readers. Lounge is a magazine-style supplement that focuses on the arts, food, culture, fashion, sport, music, etc. It features columns by Rohit Brijnath, Samar Halarnkar, Shoba Narayan, Aakar Patel and Natasha Badhwar 6 Financial Chronicle Financial Chronicle (FC) is an Indian English-language daily newspaper published since 2008. The newspaper primarily covers Indian economic and international business topics, and...

    Broadsheet, Companies based in New Delhi, Concentration of media ownership 3649  Words | 12  Pages

  • Okra

    differences for all the characters among the parent and genotypes studied indicating wider range of variability. Among all the crosses evaluated, the cross combination IC 169340 x IC 112475 exhibited highest heterosis for all the characters studied. (K. Shoba, S. Mariappan, 2000) Source: (Heterosis Study in Okra (ABELMOSCHUS ESCULENTUS (L.) MOENCH) for some other Biometrical Traits) ( I International Conference on Indigenous Vegetables and Legumes. Prospectus for Fighting Poverty, Hunger and Malnutrition...

    Abelmoschus, Abelmoschus caillei, Adhesive 8064  Words | 27  Pages

  • My Paper on Itc Windsor Training

    ITC Winsor - Internship Report By Shoba Daniels Table of Content 1. Introduction 2. F and B Service 3. Food Production 4. Front Office 5. Housekeeping 6. Conclusion ITC Windsor, Bangalore ITC Windsor, is a 5 star hotel in Bangalore that merges an old world ambience with international service to create a hotel experience that goes beyond expectation. The hotel is located three kilometres from the business centre and 33 kilometres from the airport. It’s...

    Black tea, Caffeine, Coffee 4215  Words | 14  Pages

  • Does Parenting Affect Children's Eating and Weight Status?

    strategy can be implemented to help reduce the rates of overweight among our children. References Aunola, K., Stattin, H., and Nurmi, J. (2000). Parenting styles and adolescents’ achievement strategies. J Adolesc 23:205-22. Birch, L., McPhee, L., Shoba, B., Steinberg, L., & Krehbeil, R. (1987). “Clean up your plate: Effects of child feeding practices on the conditioning of meal size. Learn Motiv 18:301-17. Retrieved from http://ann.sagepub.com/content/615/1/11.refs?patientinform-links=yes&legid=spann;615/1/11...

    Carnivore, Childhood, Childhood obesity 3791  Words | 10  Pages

  • Food Security

    California, Los Angeles 17. Srinivasan. G. (2005). “Cauvery dispute affects paddy yield in Thanjavur district”. Retrieved from http://www.hindu.com/2005/07/19/stories/2005071911280300.htm 18. World Bank report on Agriculture development: India (2008) 19. Shoba Ahuja (2009, 23rd May) “Declining rural funding in India” The Economic times. 20. Prabha Jagganathan (2009, 16th Jul). “Investment in India Lagging”, The Economic times. Retrieved from http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Opinion/Interviews/Investment-inagriculture-is-lagging/articleshow/4782166...

    Agriculture, India, Poverty 4879  Words | 22  Pages

  • The Problems Faced by Female Teachers

    Schooling and Society, New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. Briggs,(1983), Secondary Education, http:// www.answers.com.(April 9,Friday) Parvez, M.(2001), English Grammar, Lahore:Polymer Publishers. Muslim, S.&Mansoor, K.(1989) Talim Our Nigi Shoba, Islamabad: Institute of Policy Studies. Ahsen, H.(2004), Co-education at Secondary Level, http:// www.google.com (june 5, Thursday). McCloskey, F.J.(2004), Co-education Revisited for the 21th Century, http://www.findfast.com (june ,3 Tuesday) ...

    College, Education, High school 5773  Words | 27  Pages

  • I Want the Answer for Cos 8x Interms of Cos X

    India include Indra Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj, Uma Bharathi, Mayawathi, Sonia Gandhi and Jayalalitha. On July 25, 2007 the first ever women president Prathiba Patil was sworn in. Literature Sudha Moorthy, Sarojini Naidu, Chandabai, Subhadra Kumari, Shoba De are some of the famous Indian authors. Religion Mata Amritanandhamayi, Meera Bai, Mate Mahadevi Other fields Shanaz Husain is one of the popular Indian beauticians and entrepreneur. Mirudhubashini Govindarajan is a women's healthcare specialist...

    Chennai, Chennai Port, Electrical engineering 6035  Words | 24  Pages

  • Chem

    communities in the CHILE project. Am J Health Educ . 2010;41(4):244-249. 21. Birch LL, Marlin DW. I don’t like it; I never tried it: effects of exposure on two-year-old children’s food preferences. Appetite. 1982;3(4):353-360. 22. Birch LL, McPhee L, Shoba BC, Pirok E, Steinberg L. What kind of exposure reduces children’s food neophobia? Looking vs. tasting. Appetite. 1987;9(3):171-178. 23. Russell CG, Worsley A. A population-based study of preschoolers’ food neophobia and its associations with food...

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  • Ht Media

    | M.NO. | ADD. | CATG. | V.CARD | QUEENY | Garment | Shop No.CB 81 | YES | Yes | A | Yes | SACHDEVA PROPERTIES | PROPERTY DEALERS | Shop No.D 93 | YES | Yes | A | Yes | K.B. ESTATE | PROPERTY DEALERS | Shop No. D 96 | YES | Yes | A | Yes | SHOBA THE NOVELTY | Garment | Shop No.D 97 | YES | No | D | Yes | TRENZ | BOUTIQUE | Shop No.D 99 | YES | No | D | Yes | UNITED OPTICAL | EYE OPTICALS | Shop No.CB 62 | NO | No | D | Yes | ANESH | EXPORT SURPLUS | Shop No.CB 61 | YES | No | D | Yes...

    Bookselling, Clothing 7322  Words | 33  Pages

  • Media Industry

    that gives us a complete perspective on issues that matter. Mint on Saturdays A} Last Week .Next Week : Update on what happened last week and what will make difference in the coming week. B} Lounge : Read exclusive columns by Vir Sanghvi and Shoba Narayan and all about book’s , trends , travel and technology , painting and health and every Saturday columns by Jared Sandberg . style pursuits , insider play ,business lounge ,cover ,travel ,books, flavors. C} Mint Market Watch : Pull out from...

    Hindustan Times, Newspaper, Sample 9279  Words | 37  Pages

  • Labor Welfare Activities in Textile Industry

    India. (1969 Report). Labour welfare includes both statutory as well as non-statutory activities under taken by employers, trade unions and both the central and state governments for the physical and mental development of workers. Shoba Mishra and Manju Bhagat in their “Principles for Successful Implementation for Labour welfare activities” stated that Labour absenteeism in Indian Industries can be reduced to a great extent by provision of good housing, health and family care, canteen...

    Cotton, Cotton mill, Employment 11779  Words | 46  Pages

  • Dharmesh

    proportioned Beautiful lady Anklebells Sweet noise A river Flower Sweet Night Cold A flower Goddess Durga Goddess Parvati Beautiful Goddess Parvati Lord shiva Goddess Parvati A part of Shiv Parvathi Palanquin Parvathi Flower More than enough Verse 49 Shoba Shobha Shobhana Shobhita Shobhna Shobna • • • • • • Beauty Attractive; Splendour Splendid Splendid Ornamental; Shining Ornamental; Shining; Beautiful Girls Name starting with “T” Tabassum Tabasumm Tabreesha Tadyata Taj Talika Talikha Talli...

    Devi, Durga, Lakshmi 8953  Words | 37  Pages

  • Logistics Management

    Burt/Dobler/Starling, World Class Supply Management, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited, Seventh Edition (2003). Economic Times & Case folio- Raghuram N Rangaraj- Logistics and supply chain management by Sailendra K . Sing/Subhash C.KUND/Shoba Sing- Logistics Management Martin Christopher- Logistics and Supply Chain Management K .K .Khanna- Physical Distribution Management WEBLIOGRAPHY www.eil.utoronto.ca/iscm/papers/index.html www.iimahd.ernet.in/acads/Programs/mdp2002/SCM2002...

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  • Nothng

    MUTHELUDASU SANAM PADMAJA CHANDRAMOULI S SHIVA KUMARI S MALLESH K PARVATHAMMA K LAXMAN J SUNITHA J BIKSHAPATHI A HYMAVATHI EASHWER K SUJATHA K CHANDRAIAH P MANJULA DEVI P NARSIMULU B SUJATHA B RAMULU T MAHESHWARI T KANTHA RAO S PREMA S NARSIMMA R SHOBA RANI R BALAIAH DSC_TRT_2012 Candidate Name Father Name N NIRMALAKUMARI Local District Community KHAMMAM SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC KRISHNA SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD SC HYDERABAD...

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