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“On the "Manglik" issue he is even more trenchant, pointing out that he had come to the Times office and discussed the matter and yet this misperception had been reported in the same paper.”
“While running down Bachchan for making those comments, Suraiya's column also brought in many other charges against Bachchan, invoking earlier reports about the star having conducted religious ceremonies to get rid of the "Manglik" curse on his daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai.”
“That was the question that CEO and co-founder, Gauri Manglik, had to come to terms with.”
“Poor Ash, after staying awake an entire night for a series of poojas, which generated lots of good vibes, smoke and ash, it is rumoured that she may have to marry a peepal tree in Varanasi, to overcome her Manglik status Chevvai dosham in South India before she can marry Abhishek.”
“Another came about from the belief in Indian astrology that a Manglik -- a person born when Mars was in an inauspicious position in the skies -- is a bad match for marriage but that two Mangliks can cancel out its negative effects.”
“In fact, Manglik, who is also in charge of slums like the cluster of over 100 behind Le Meridien Hotel in Delhi, says she sometimes feels it is easier dealing with slum dwellers.”
“Manglik has been a member of NASSCOM's Executive Council and is currently the chairman and geography managing director for Accenture in India.”
“Manglik who succeeds Pramod Bhasin, chairman for the year 2009-10, will take on his new role with effect from April 20, NASSCOM said in a press release issued in Mumbai.”
“As chairman of the Executive Council, Manglik will lead and assist NASSCOM in catalysing the growth of the Indian software industry and enabling the fulfilment of its future goals and aspirations, the release said.”
“For Manglik, parenting has meant reliving his childhood.”
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