By nature, we all love to meet and interact with people we know because we are basically social human beings. At the same time, one tend to learn to interact with people one doesn't know but whom one long for reaching out to know and tell him/her about one's own story and then learn what the other person is doing/thinking. Meetings, conferences, festivals, wedding ceremony, birthday/marriage anniversary and such other occasions provide us such opportunities.

"Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing". - Thomas Alva Edison.

Flowers are symbol of beauty and happiness. Flowers are considered as the most beautiful creation of nature. Scientifically, it is defined as the reproductive part of the plant which is important for its survival but it also plays an important role in making our life more joyful and happy.

The world is changing fast - socially, economically, technologically, politically and culturally, and so is our country. The pace of this change has been faster in corporate world with the advent of the famous concept of LPG -Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization.

Jasmine is perhaps best-known for its exotic, sweet-smelling fragrance, it blooms all summer on a semi-vining shrub. Some varieties of jasmine can also be grown indoors, where they bloom year-round. Whether they're in the garden or inside your home, jasmines are easy to plant and maintain. Apart from its usage in aromatherapy, landscaping, as loose flowers and in perfumery, it is also used as a healthy drink as “Jasmine Tea”.

Mushrooms are fungi which lack chlorophyll and cannot manufacture their own food in presence of sunlight like green plants. The edible species are commonly called “Mushroom” while those which are poisonous are called “Toad stools”. Mushroom occurs under various ecological conditions from desert to forests.

CVD (Cardiovascular Disease) is taking its toll in our country in a big way. It is said that India has the infamous distinction of being the Heart Disease Capital of the world. Well known Cardiologist and Associate Editor of Indian Heart Journal, Dr. Ajay Kr. Sinha, who is also a fellow of European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and of American College of Cardiology (ACC), says: