jaideep khanduja

Dateline: Planet Earth
Weblog: itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/quality-assurance/
Articles: 101
First Published: Oct 21, 2009 / Last Published: Dec 28, 2012
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    Pebble In The Still Waters

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jaideep khanduja's articles

  1. December 28, 2012

    An Interview With Karen Perkins - A Long-Listed Novelist In Mslexia Novel Competition 2011
    She has been a national and European Ladies champion in sailing. Her talent is further proven by her association with Peter Mutanda, a world famous poet, playwright and director from South Africa.
  2. May 12, 2011

    Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Mars Meet Over a Feast
    So keep a gaze over sky to this wonderful event of watching Mars, Jupiter, Venus and Mercury together on May 13th.
  3. March 16, 2011

    Qantas Route to Japan Includes Halt in Hong Kong
    Looking at all these aspects, Qantas though has not decided to abrupt its services to Tokyo but have taken a decision of making Hong Kong as a halt place for providing rest to their crew members.
  4. Worlds Number One Economy Confident Over Speedy Recovery Of Japan
    US treasury secretary Timothy Geithner expressed his deep concern over the extremities being faced by Japan but at the same time he was confident about Japan’s courage and monetary backup it has to recover back at a faster pace.
  5. March 15, 2011

    Radiations Fear Nosedives Nikkei Drastically
    Japan as a nation has a great history of facing such disasters and recovering fast from them.
  6. Technology Acts As a Boon In Japan’s Current Crisis
    People can easily find out nearest spots for assistance with the help of mobile apps and Internet.
  7. August 5, 2010

    Japan Starts Verifying Its Centenarians' Whereabouts
    An alert has been raised in Japan via its health ministry to check countrywide the real existence of the elderly people at their recorded address.
  8. August 3, 2010

    Where Are You Keisha?
    Last Sunday could be relaxing weekend time for most of the families, but it was not the case with 6 years old little girl Kiesha Abrahams and her family living in western Sydney.
  9. Australia Waters Contain Most Unknown Living Species
    Imagine which country’s waters in the world are most biologically diverse in terms of living species. It is Australia’s.
  10. August 2, 2010

    Indian Prime Minister House and Parliament House Prove Themselves Anti-Green
    Government of India lacks the courage of ‘Walk the Talk’. On one hand the common man is facing huge power cuts in most parts of the country, and on the other hand there is a tremendous increase in the power consumption in the top government offices.