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I have basically simplified the esoteric practices of Sufis ie Tasawwuf or Sufism which is the inner or esoteric dimension of Islam. Whereas Radical Islam uses outward or exoteric practices of Islam, such as Sharia,
Mystical ecstasy is the only closely guarded secret of nature and needs dedication, sacrifice and labour far greater than what is required to unravel the mysteries of the visible universe. Nobody can sell…Continue
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Two different articles those may have connection or relevancy :
1- #Pakistan, The United States & #Afghanistan
Pakistan has played an important role in war on terror, and its military has destroyed infrastructure and networks of militant groups in North Waziristan, South Waziristan and other agencies in…
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Alexander-The Great was the disciple of Aristotle and a conqueror of vast territories of land that stretched from West to East that entailed millions of subjects. The success and glory that he was able to attain at such a young age was truly awe-inspiring. He was the commander of a massive army which involved multiple extremely talented and experienced generals – all of whom served and obeyed their leader to the greatest extent.
His death occurred at the age of 32 and there are…Continue
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Mr Narendra Modi's initiative to make India a Manufacturing Hub:
We Facilitate foreign companies set up manufacturing units in India:-
1. Incorporating a company
2. Registration/ IEM/ Industrial license
3. Finding a suitable site for setting up the unit
4. Procurement (Purchasing/ leasing) of land
5. Getting necessary clearances
6. Building construction…
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You still have time to apply for this year's Jim Mathews Award and Fellowship. They are due to me on 6 Feb, 2015.
More information about the process can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/IntelCollab/aurora-wdcv-jim-mathews-award-2015-instructions-and-application
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Online Homeland security: JISIB Vol 4, No 2 (2014): Journal of Intelligence Studies... http://viktorvoksanaev.blogspot.com
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There are a large number of companies offering business research services across offshore destinations like India (which is the most favoured one), Malaysia, Philippines and several others. How can you ensure that you select the right offshore research partner?
Do they have relevant expertise and experience?…
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It is people who create effective relationships…or destroy them. And this certainly holds true for research offshoring partnerships. No doubt research offshoring relationships need to have robust institutional and process frameworks at their base. You need a comprehensive contract, service level agreements (SLAs), a defined workflow, processes for…Continue
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Duh! Isn’t it all about cost?
Perhaps… perhaps not. When one talks about off-shoring, the first thought that pops up is cost arbitrage. Indeed, cost arbitrage between developed countries and most offshore destinations is significant. But this is not the only reason, or in some cases it is not even the most important reason for…Continue
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Confused about off-shoring business research? There is so much hype among both, the proponents and opponents of off-shoring that it is hard to distinguish fact from fiction.
Here are a few myths I have encountered in the last more-than-a-decade I have been associated with offshore business research.
1. Off-shoring research is a new phenomenon
I mentioned that I have been connected with business research off-shoring for more than a decade and the practice…Continue
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The world is shrinking, but the business environment of an organization is expanding due to globalization on the one hand and convergence in technologies on the other. How are organizations structuring their market intelligence functions to meet this challenge?
ValueNotes is conducting a short survey to understand the current trends in how organizations manage their market intelligence activities.
We will appreciate your participation in this survey, and request 10-15 minutes…Continue
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Recently my friend was looking to move his office. He finally zeroed in on two places and was simply not able to choose between them. Place A was closer to home, but B was larger and had better ambience. But then A was also cheaper and quieter. But B was a longer commute for the other employees. But…. The pros and cons went on. He was tying himself in knots trying to figure out what he should do.
Finally we decided to apply a little…Continue
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Yahoo just published an article that I wrote about Soldiers and the use of Social Networking Sites. The article can be viewed here:
Since Soldiers are notorious for…Continue
Here at Rivalfox, we believe every company should invest in competitive intelligence. By that we don’t mean you should go out and hire a CI expert to join your team, but instead that everyone in your company should take an active part. More and more business developers, product managers, and growth hackers are integrating CI into their repertoire to win their markets. This does not need to be time consuming; with CI SaaS, in thirty seconds or less, you will understand your competitors’…Continue
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Cyberwarfare which is known-ed to be the actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation’s computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption.
Cyber warfare is a relatively new concept whereby politically motivated hackers and Computer scientists develop means of causing disruption or damage to a government’s IT system and network infrastructure. There are various techniques that fall under cyber-warfare such as a virus or …Continue
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Customer is King – the raison d'être of every business. It is therefore imperative for all businesses to listen to their customers.
Customer loyalty in particular is of immense value to any company. High customer loyalty indicates that your company is doing a key part of its job right. It also means that you have to try less…Continue
Added by Varsha Chitale on March 6, 2014 at 2:38am — No Comments
I have started a new blog named Rethinking Competitive Intelligence that is about, you guessed it, rethinking the field of competitive intelligence. Rethinking CI is an open notebook dedicated to bringing competitive intelligence into the 21st century.Continue
If you had to present a case to leadership about what Competitive Intelligence is or is not and ended with a set of universal truths, what would be in your list? I wanted to do this because I keep finding myself explaning to new leader what to expect from Competitive Intelligence. When I was in Special Ops we had a list. They came from the experience of the Desert One Operation, the rescue of hostages from Iran under the Carter Administration. Here they are: