When the Muse Strikes! is essentially a blog designed to help young people get info on new travel and culture stories from around the globe, including tidbits on technology, product launches, lifestyle, food, events, and much more. For anyone willing to know about anything social, this is the place to be.
A brainchild of Rahul Prabhakar, this blog is open for potential opportunities to collaborate. Contact Rahul at email@example.com or +91-9958750992.
Gear up for next year's appraisal, now.
Case 1: When President Bush nominated Michael Brown as the director of
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in 2003, there was little doubt about
his caliber or experience. Brown was considered the best man to help, prepare,
and protect the nation.Post Hurricane Katrina, the same people who vouched for Brown, were found
singing a different tune altogether. The famed FEMA director came under heavy
criticism for his performance and scrutiny of his background.An investigation by TIME followed and the results were startling to say
the least. Owing to discrepancies in his online legal profile and official
resume, Brown was relieved of his duties and replaced in that role by Thad W.
Allen, Coast Guard's Vice Adm.
Case 2: Kevin Andrews, the Australian Immigration Minister, who
commented on irregularities in the resume of an Indian doctor, Mohammed Asif
Ali, was reportedly fudging his own resume.