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Cantilever bridges

January 17, 2009 Vishaal Bhat 0

This structural form illustrates the outstanding application of iron and steel to bridge construction. Cantilevers were one of the first bridge types, many being built by the ancient cultures of China and India. The first […]

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My flame

January 17, 2009 Dr. Prabhav Trivedi 0

Its not about my own ‘flame’ as several manipalites might have guessed!! But about our short and unexpected meeting with the true flame. Being an integral part of many Indian ceremonies and 1 of the […]

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Dressing to Woo your Woman

January 17, 2009 Vishaal Bhat 1

In Hollywood, we have actor Brenden Frazier whose character in the tri-series of – The Mummy, is one man a woman wouldn’t mind as – all brawn and no brain. In the famous series, he […]

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The Burj Dubai

January 15, 2009 Vishaal Bhat 0

The goal of Burj Dubai is both. It is fact –an unprecedented example of international cooperation-and a symbol-a beacon of progress for the entire world. * Status: undercostruction * Floor count: 156 * Height: 818m […]

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A Checklist for your Presentation

January 15, 2009 Vishaal Bhat 0

You owe your audience and yourself a good presentation, but creating an effective presentation takes planning and practice, so some final pointers Start preparing early; don’t wait until the last few days to prepare · […]

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Preparing your oral presentation

January 15, 2009 Vishaal Bhat 0

First of all, think……. Think about what you want to achieve: do you want to inform your audience, inspire them to think about your topic, or convince them of a particular point of view? Think […]