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The #dabbawalas of #Mumbai are donating the leftover food from weddings and parties to starving kids.The initiative behind this tremendous idea belongs to #Rotibank. Nearly 400 dabbawalas are associated with them and are working hard to provide food to the needy. We can help too. Instead of throwing the food in the trash, we need to reach out to these dabbawalas. They’ll come and pick up the food and deliver to it to places where it’s needed the most.They soon plan to install drop boxes at train stations where people can donate food.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang's nuclear program, proposing a major shift in U.S. policy toward the isolated nation.

In a wide-ranging interview with Reuters, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin's actions in eastern Ukraine, called for a renegotiation of the Paris climate accord, and said he would dismantle most of the Dodd-Frank financial regulations if he is elected president. The presumptive Republican nominee declined to share details of his plans to deal with North Korea, but said he was open to a face-to-face meeting with its leader.

#Trump, #DonaldTrump, #USPrresidential2016, #PresidentialElections2016

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang's nuclear program, proposing a major shift in U.S. policy toward the isolated nation.

In a wide-ranging interview with Reuters, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin's actions in eastern Ukraine, called for a renegotiation of the Paris climate accord, and said he would dismantle most of the Dodd-Frank financial regulations if he is elected president. The presumptive Republican nominee declined to share details of his plans to deal with North Korea, but said he was open to a face-to-face meeting with its leader.

#Trump, #DonaldTrump, #USPrresidential2016, #PresidentialElections2016

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So what will it actually take to turn this potential into reality? Our new discussion paper, Delivering the power of parity: Toward a more gender-equal society, provides an agenda for action and investment, quantifying the progress needed on 15 gender-inequality indicators.

It finds that while much of the $12 trillion opportunity comes from advancing gender equality in the world of work, progress there is closely tied to tackling gender gaps in society more broadly. In particular, improved access to services in six areas could unlock economic opportunities for women: education, family planning, maternal health, financial inclusion, digital inclusion, and assistance with unpaid care.

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So what will it actually take to turn this potential into reality? Our new discussion paper, Delivering the power of parity: Toward a more gender-equal society, provides an agenda for action and investment, quantifying the progress needed on 15 gender-inequality indicators.
It finds that while much of the $12 trillion opportunity comes from advancing gender equality in the world of work, progress there is closely tied to tackling gender gaps in society more broadly. In particular, improved access to services in six areas could unlock economic opportunities for women: education, family planning, maternal health, financial inclusion, digital inclusion, and assistance with unpaid care.
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Realizing gender equality’s $12 trillion economic opportunity Investing in access to essential services and reducing the gap in labor-force participation rates could significantly expand the global economy by 2025. In 20...
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Successful innovation is a matter of attitude and practice, not of size.

There is nothing sacred about being an entrepreneur--many will fumble around without hitting a spark of genius. Large companies? Some manage to keep churning out new products and technologies on a regular basis.

Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, has an interesting view. In an interview with McKinsey & Company, he explains how tech startups successfully challenge incumbents.

Though some of the mechanics apply specifically to that industry, the places where incumbents fall down are a matter of attitude. They also aren't a simple matter of size.

In other words, there's a chance that you're leading a dinosaur. A little baby dinosaur, to be sure, but one as doomed to extinction as its brethren. Here are the basic problems exhibited by companies that will ultimately lose, no matter their size.

Are You Relying on the Old Answers?
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Innovation Is an Attitude You might think that the business world is split between two camps: companies that innovate and those that don't. And you'd probably be right. However, is the divide between the succes...
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World Bank Funding For India’s Rooftop Solar Mission


The World Bank loan is aimed at financing at least 400 MW of new Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (GRPV), buttressed by a co-financing loan of US $120 million and a US $5 million grant from the Climate Investment Fund, to help the Indian market overcome teething problems which have hampered uptake in rooftop solar.

Despite an estimated potential of 124,000 MW, rooftop solar in India has been sadly neglected in favour of larger scale solar plants. Energy consultancy firm Bridge to India’s latest Solar Handbook (PDF) says the 40 GW target for 2022 seems “a very remote prospect” without more focused policy support and an effective net metering program from government.

India remains a heavy coal-consuming nation, but is one of the lowest per capita consumers of energy on the world; with over 200 million people living off-grid. According to the World Bank, power shortages force manufacturers and industrial users to rely on expensive and polluting diesel-based back-up power supplies.

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World Bank Funding For India’s Rooftop Solar Mission


The World Bank loan is aimed at financing at least 400 MW of new Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic (GRPV), buttressed by a co-financing loan of US $120 million and a US $5 million grant from the Climate Investment Fund, to help the Indian market overcome teething problems which have hampered uptake in rooftop solar.

Despite an estimated potential of 124,000 MW, rooftop solar in India has been sadly neglected in favour of larger scale solar plants. Energy consultancy firm Bridge to India’s latest Solar Handbook (PDF) says the 40 GW target for 2022 seems “a very remote prospect” without more focused policy support and an effective net metering program from government.

India remains a heavy coal-consuming nation, but is one of the lowest per capita consumers of energy on the world; with over 200 million people living off-grid. According to the World Bank, power shortages force manufacturers and industrial users to rely on expensive and polluting diesel-based back-up power supplies.
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India is an altogether different planet as far as the interview process and requirements go. Based on my more than 45 years of experience of facing and conducting interviews in different parts of the country, my writing experience and the interactions, I had with the eminent members of the ‘C’ Suite, I am in the process of preparing a dossier on the requirements, pre-requisites, and the expectations of the organizations from the candidates.

Interviews in India. are a totally different ball game. Technical competency (though important) is just one part of the interview which is taken care by the faculty in the institution. However, one thing less understood is the fact that, a candidate who meets all other criteria but is a bit weak in academics will be preferred to a candidate who is academically brilliant but lacks in other criteria.
Quotients form an important part of the evaluation process for interviews.

This is also reflected in the admission policy of the leading B-schools word over. It is a very common occurrence in these institutions where academically strong candidates find themselves left out in preference to the candidates who show a stronger ‘Statement of Purpose’, who in the opinion of the panel will demonstrate greater adaptability to situations and cross culture environments when they graduate and join an organization or start one. This is also true for Campus Recruitment Interviews.

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India is an altogether different planet as far as the interview process and requirements go. Based on my more than 45 years of experience of facing and conducting interviews in different parts of the country, my writing experience and the interactions, I had with the eminent members of the ‘C’ Suite, I am in the process of preparing a dossier on the requirements, pre-requisites, and the expectations of the organizations from the candidates.
Interviews in India. are a totally different ball game. Technical competency (though important) is just one part of the interview which is taken care by the faculty in the institution. However, one thing less understood is the fact that, a candidate who meets all other criteria but is a bit weak in academics will be preferred to a candidate who is academically brilliant but lacks in other criteria.
Quotients form an important part of the evaluation process for interviews. This is also reflected in the admission policy of the leading B-schools word over. It is a very common occurrence in these institutions where academically strong candidates find themselves left out in preference to the candidates who show a stronger ‘Statement of Purpose’, who in the opinion of the panel will demonstrate greater adaptability to situations and cross culture environments when they graduate and join an organization or start one. This is also true for Campus Recruitment Interviews.
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There is a huge content on this subject by way of books and articles and through training sessions. Most of the content is heavily generalized, remaining other content is heavily customized for American and European scenarios. And most importantly these deal mostly about physical attributes, ...
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Are economic statistics in danger of becoming irrelevant? Reliable economic statistics are a vital public good. They are essential to effective policymaking, business planning, and the electorate’s ability to hold decision-makers to account. And yet the met...




Are economic statistics in danger of becoming irrelevant? 05-16
 
Are economic statistics in danger of becoming irrelevant? 05-16
Are economic statistics in danger of becoming irrelevant? Reliable economic statistics are a vital public good. They are essential to effective policymaking, business planning, and the electorate’s ability to hold decision-makers to account. And yet the met...
Are economic statistics in danger of becoming irrelevant? Reliable economic statistics are a vital public good. They are essential to effective policymaking, busine...
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It's no secret!

You can do anything -- you just have to start. Motivate Yourself:

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Warrior tells TechCrunch she was picked for the role because of her strong tech background. She spent the last seven years as the chief technology and strategy officer at Cisco and 23 years before that as the CTO at Motorola. Warrior also sits on the board of several tech companies such as Box and Microsoft. She left her Cisco position in May of this year, according to her LinkedIn profile and considered many career moves – including a possible appointment as Twitter’s CEO – before landing the position at NextEv.

This is her first startup gig and the first time she’s ventured into the automotive industry. Warrior came into the TechCrunch studios today to speak with me about her about plans for the future of the NextEv and why she made the move into electric vehicle.

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Warrior tells TechCrunch she was picked for the role because of her strong tech background. She spent the last seven years as the chief technology and strategy officer at Cisco and 23 years before that as the CTO at Motorola. Warrior also sits on the board of several tech companies such as Box and Microsoft. She left her Cisco position in May of this year, according to her LinkedIn profile and considered many career moves – including a possible appointment as Twitter’s CEO – before landing the position at NextEv.

This is her first startup gig and the first time she’s ventured into the automotive industry. Warrior came into the TechCrunch studios today to speak with me about her about plans for the future of the NextEv and why she made the move into electric vehicle. 

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POSTED MORE THAN A MILLION JOBS IN MORE THAN 100 COUNTRIES IN SIX CONTINENTS IN ONE AND HALF YEARS.THANKS EVERY ONE FOR HELPING ME HELP OTHERS.

From 2008.I have seriously taken up social work.The Global Recession which devastated the economies left millions jobless the world over.

As a humble one man effort I embarked on the task of facilitating jobs for the needy the world over.I wrote to many leading players in the Non profit and development explaining my project.and requesting them to send the vacancies to me for publishing on my website "Jobs Everywhere".

Some organizations responded.Initially the response was slow and jobs just about trickled. Undeterred I kept up pursuing the organizations.slowly the number of jobs and geographic diversity of the jobs increased and I started receiving jobs based in countries in six continents.

Slowly the the job sites and the organizations started following me on Facebook and Twitter, and my job posts on my job site.

Traffic started increasing to my site from almost all over the world. Now almost after one and half years. I have the satisfaction of posting more than 500,000 jobs in more than 100 countries.

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