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6 Things women must learn from men

6 Things women must learn from men (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images)

Undoubtedly, man and women make two sides of the same coin as they are perfect complements to each other. Yet both sexes are uniquely different. However, there must be a thing or two that one can learn from the other.

So, taking the battle of sexes forward, we allowed men to share things the ladies could learn from them to make life a little more worth living...And what more? Brought in some ladies too, for sharing their piece of mind...

1. Man teaches: Logic Lessons
"Don't hate me for pointing this out, but life will be far easier if women understand that everything in life has logic behind it. Men follow their innate logic as they take decisions, while women are absolutely unaware about the mere existence of logic. And this makes it really hard for men to deal with women," says TV actor Mihir Mishra.

Gal talk: "Women possess an innate sense of judgment, which they learn while living life. We do g…

Think Out of The Box

Think Out of The Box
Some of these may be repeat. But interesting to read again
Think out of The Box Below are the Interview Questions, which were asked in HR Round. No one will GET second chance to impress. Very very Impressive Questions and Answers. Question 1: You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night, it's raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus: An old lady who looks as if she is about to die. An old friend who once saved your life. The perfect partner you have been dreaming about. Which one would you choose to offer a ride to, knowing very well that there could only be one passenger in your car? This is a moral/ethical dilemma that was once actually used as part of a job application. 1) You could pick up the old lady, because she is going to die, and thus you should save her first.
2) Or you could take the old friend because he once saved your life, and this would be the perfect chance to ! Pay him back.
3) Howe…

The 10 Strangest Laws Around the World

The 10 Strangest Laws Around the World 01. Singapore In a bid to keep the streets of this super-efficient city clean, the authorities in Singapore decided in 1992 to ban chewing gum completely. Stick to a mint.  02. Eraclea, Italy
Many holidaymakers head to the sandy beach at Eraclea to escape the hordes of tourists in nearby Venice. Unfortunately, those who enjoy building sandcastles can think again – it’s forbidden.

03. Amsterdam, Netherlands A curious loophole in the law means that smoking tobacco in a public place such as a coffee shop in Amsterdam is banned, while puffing away on pure cannabis is entirely legal.

04. South-East Asia The durian, a fruit native to Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia, has a smell so incredibly strong that it is banned from many public places in South-East Asia.

05. Florida, USA For those who are young, free and single and enjoy jumping out of planes in their spare time, be careful if you’re in Florida – unmarried women who parachute on Sundays can be jailed.


Are you evading tax?

Are you evading tax?
Do you know somebody who is guilty of evading taxes? Most people would, because the Income Tax Act has created more criminals than any other legislation in the country. Don't think all tax evaders are suspiciou slooking characters with wads of unaccounted money stacked in lockers. Even seemingly honest and upright citizens could be underpaying tax. It's a malaise more widespread than the common cold. From school teachers to engineers, from banker to sales executives, millions of Indians may be liable for penalties, even prosecution , for under-reporting their income or not paying the due tax.

In most cases, however, the taxpayer is an unwitting offender, an innocent criminal, who doesn't even know he is falling foul of the tax laws. A survey of salaried taxpayers, who filed returns through in 2011, shows that 96% did not report any income from other sources. "Every salaried person would have a savings bank account and s…

Top 10 Tough Laws in the World

Top 10 Tough Laws in the World Ignorance is no defense – especially when it comes to ignorance of the laws in countries you plan to visit. While it may seem natural to study some of the general customs and laws in major foreign countries you might not expect, for example, to have to look for strange law changes in somewhere like Florida. Most places in the world are relatively easy to get along in. Some strange laws are nothing more than folklore. Every once in a while, though, you’re going to run into something a bit off the wall and it’s important for you to be prepared in advance.
In Italy it is illegal to feed the pigeons. Ok, that’s a bit of a blanket statement. The rule actually has the potential to change from city to city. Make sure you leave the pigeons alone while you’re in Venice, though – the locals are tired of cleaning up pigeon poop. You’ll also want to avoid jumping into fountains, walking around without your shirt on (would you DO th…

The Making of CombiBars - Gold Bars

The Making of CombiBars - Gold Bars
CombiBars are detachable bullion gold bars. You can easily break a small 1 g bar and sell it if you need cash. CombiBars are being produced by ESG, the German company Heimerle + Meule and the Swiss Mint Valcambi.