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17 Mar 2018, Edition - 977, Saturday


  • The Congress and other political parties have been alleging that EVMs tampered during polls and demanding reintroduction of the ballot paper system of voting.
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  • Pro-Khalistan terrorist convicted of killing former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh does not regreat his action, says his lawyer.
  • MS Dhoni all praise for Nepal after it was granted ODI status by the International Cricket Council (ICC)
  • Mohammed Shami issues clarification on wife’s ‘rape’ allegations
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  • 43-year-old Tara had earlier confessed to his involvement in the assassination of Beant Singh in 1995.
  • Delhi: NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) busts big drug racket.
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  • Modi and his associates allegedly defrauded Punjab National Bank of around Rs 13,000 crore through fraudulent LOUs of PNB


‘First impression is made in the first three seconds’

Covai Post Network

COIMBATORE: “First impression is made in the first three seconds. And it is the most crucial time for a person to conduct himself well,” said Rukshana Eisa, celebrity trainer.

Addressing members of the Entrepreneurs Organisation here on Thursday, Eisa, quoting her book The Golden Code, said basic etiquette is the most essential quality that has to be followed in social life. “Etiquette should be an extension of what you are. What we do in private defines who we are in public,” she added.

“The key take away points are cross-cultural do’s and don’ts of having the right body language and proper grooming in business and social contexts and mastering the art of social success with good communication etiquette,” Eisa, who is also the official grooming instructor of Miss India training programme for the last 10 years, said.

“Most of the time people even forget to say excuse me upon hiccups,” she added.

Eisa also gave tips on the dress code to be followed for an event, how to hold the wine glass and how one should to conduct himself while in a group. “There is no need to order food from an expensive restaurant. Care should be taken on personal hygiene and hair doing. A person should be confident, follow a good diet and follow a regular workout,” Eisa said.

Started in the 1980s, Entrepreneurs Organisation functions in 52 countries with the headquarters in the United States. It comprises like-minded entrepreneurs who focus mainly on business growth and community engagement.