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Is Technology Changing the Gentleman’s Game?
Aug 01, 2014  published in technology
Keywords: cricket bat technology, cricket controversy, cricket technologies, cricket technology, drs technology in cricket, information of cricket, technology used in cricket, third umpire technology in cricket, use of technology in cricket
After the end of the fifth day’s play in Southampton where India lost by some 200 odd runs to England, I started wondering what actually could have attributed to this defeat. Apart from the obvious lacklustre batting display by the batsmen and spineless fielding, another reason which comes to my mind is India’s stubbornness to opt against the DRS system. Ian Bell scored 167 on the first innings but was lucky to be not dismissed LBW for a duck because the Umpire failed to give a correct decisi...
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2013 Human Resource Trends and Predictions
Feb 25, 2013  published in content
Keywords: HR, HR articles, HR india, hr new, HR trends, HR2013, human resource trends
How Social Media will change HR-World in 2013? Cloud computing, social media and mobile have significantly affected human resource (HR) technology trends in 2012. According to the 2012 HR Technology Conference, more and more HR managers will be using technology to achieve business objectives in 2013. They will integrate social media technologies to recruit, develop and engage employees. New Revolution in CV-making? 2013 will witness the death of resume. Your traditional resume will be repla...
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