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The board and cyber security

Boards must accept that, even in the best of worlds, cyber threats cannot be eliminated. Breaches are inevitable but boards should take mitigation measures and ensure that the company has a response plan. When it comes to cyber security, vigilance is key...

http://www.abaxservices.com/corporate-governance-2/the-board-and-cyber-security/

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What makes a board effective?

In the wake of the global financial crisis and following the much publicised corporate scandals that have rocked the business world in the last decades, we have seen increased distrust on the part of stakeholders towards boards and many questions raised about their effectiveness...

http://www.abaxservices.com/corporate-governance-2/what-makes-a-board-effective/

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So Rahul Gandhi suspects youth from Muzaffarnagar to be in touch with the ISI and mosquitoes in Madhya Pradesh to be after his life.

Mosquitoes, youth, partymen and the common man, none can escape from the RG epidemic. He has something to say for everyone.  

#RahulGandhi #Muzaffarnagar #MadhyaPradesh #ISI
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Poll Musings | By +anouradha bakshi 

Today's voters, even the illiterate ones are quite savvy though a bottle of hooch and a roasted chicken led could make them vote for you! http://bit.ly/1coyi9b

#voters   #india   #election2014   #politicalparties  
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CSE To Highlight Safety Of Delhi's Cyclists After Its President Is Injured
-By +India Environment Portal 

Cycling for most of us is an evening activity meant for children. But not many of us see it as a mode of transport. Probably, Indian roads are not conducive for cyclists. Recently, environmentalist Sunita Narain had a major accident while cycling.

Shouldn’t we be a little sensitive to the cyclists so that such accidents may be prevented in future? http://bit.ly/1f1nLya

#cyclists   #cycling   #health   #roadsafety  
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India’s Pocket Parliament Needs A Boost | By +Vijay Simha 

The 2013 monsoon session of parliament was a reminder of dwarfed ambition, thought and size. Irrespective of what it did, the levels of brilliance are suspect among lawmakers and ethics forever contested. There’s a grudging acceptance simply because Indians acquiesce to protocol and tradition. Parliament is still supreme – on paper.

And so we limp along | http://bit.ly/HotoeA

#india   #governance   #parliament   #loksabha  
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When BMC Officers And Staff Act As Thugs On Hire | By +Vidyut G K 

A very worrisome incident has come to light when a BMC bulldozer demolished the gate of a society deliberately and without any warning, notice or even stated reason. The gate had been standing for 50 years in that very place till the 9th of October 2013, when a BMC bulldozer arrived at 11am and abruptly razed it without prelude.

More: http://bit.ly/16G1MY6

#BMC   #Mumbai   #municipal  
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Trucks, Lies And A Videotape | By +Video Volunteers 

It is always the poor who suffers. To some, this statement might seem a little exaggerated but unfortunately in Indian context it is the truth. In almost every government scheme, the money which is released for development purpose is siphoned off by corrupt officials.

Know about a similar instance in this video.. http://bit.ly/16Dz0g1

#governance   #corruption   #india   #transportation   #gujarat  
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