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India elected to Human Rights Council at UN with highest number of votes

India, has won a seat at Human Rights Council at United Nations (UN) with the highest votes among all candidates. India was elected with the highest number of votes by the General Assembly to the influential Human Rights Council on Friday with a pledge to combat intolerance. India received 188 votes, the highest polled...
Global Handwashing Day

Global Handwashing Day: Schools and colleges come together to spread awareness

Global Handwashing Day is marked on October 15, to increase awareness and understanding the importance of maintaining hygiene. With the support of UNICEF, India is celebrating the Global Handwashing Day for the first time this year. The Department of Drinking Water supply and Department of School Education and Literacy have planned some creative events in...
Hunstman ambulance

Huntsman launches Mobile Medical Ambulance in Navi Mumbai

Huntsman, the global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals, launched its Mobile Medical Ambulance in association with Freedom for You Foundation at Yadav Nagar in Navi Mumbai. The ambulance will also serve as an Emergency Response Centre with an intent of providing free on-site primary health care facility to the area and improving the...
FICCI FLO discussion

FICCI FLO and Smriti Irani discuss Economic Empowerment for Women

FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), the women business wing of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) conducted a session with Smriti Irani, Minister of Textiles, moderated by Shefali Vasudeva, Editor, The Voice of Fashion, a digital magazine on fashion and design published by IMG-Reliance. In this face to face rendezvous, the textile...
feminists for metoo

Feminists Speak Out In Solidarity With #MeToo

It’s almost a year now since the #metoo hashtag broke through whisper networks on sexual harassment and initiated a worldwide movement. While the initial exposés were instances of assault and misogyny by men in high places in Hollywood, subsequent revelations have come in waves from women across the world in various kinds of workplaces...
paint the change

Shalimar Paints revamped the look of a slum with vibrant colours

An urban slum community comprising over 10,000 people situated in the heart of Chanakyapuri, amongst the poshest areas in the Delhi/NCR region, the Sanjay Camp was in dire need of beautification and a dash of colour. This need was met on the morning of October 6, 2018, as a 1000 student volunteers entered the...
Partnership between Welspun and UN Women

Welspun India partners with UN Women to advocate Gender Equality

Welspun India has partnered with UN Women, subsidiary organ of the United Nations mandated to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of women. The home textile conglomerate currently has 23% women workforce and aims to achieve the target of 30% women employees by 2020. The association aims to empower women with skill building initiatives in...
rural india

Mercedes-Benz India Reinforces Its Commitment To Rural Development

Mercedes-Benz India has announced three unique initiatives in Pune aimed at rural development and will affect lives of over two thousand villagers. These initiatives include an E-lab facility at ITI Ghodegaon, a watershed conservation structure at Thakarwadi-Landewadi and the Draw Down Cultivation project in Ambegaon taluka. Over the years, the company has focused on building...
facility for children with multiple disabilities

Boehringer Ingelheim Inaugurated Facility For Children With Multiple Disabilities In Mumbai

In India there are 20.42 lakh disabled children who are aged between 0 and 6 years. Out of which 14.52 lakh and 5.9 lakh children live in rural and urban areas respectively. Of them, 11.04 lakh are male and 9.38 lakh are female children. Among them, 1.49 lakh children have multiple disabilities. Boehringer Ingelheim, one...
MS Dhoni giving helmets for Guardian on Road campaign

Gulf Oil brings cricketers MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya together for ‘Guardian on Road’

It is estimated that about 29 children die in road safety accidents every day and most of them in two-wheeler accidents. Road fatalities are becoming an alarming issue in light of the increasing numbers of children riding with family on two-wheelers. The wearing of helmets is compulsory for the drivers of two-wheelers, but on...

Mahindra Holidays becomes India’s first Hospitality Company to sign on RE 100 and EP 100

Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd. (MHRIL) has committed to join RE 100, a global campaign led by The Climate Group bringing together the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100% renewable power. The company has a target to power 100% of its global operations with renewable electricity by 2050. In 2016, MHRIL had...
Food Hunger Programme

New Campaign For The United Nations World Food Programme

UFO Moviez today announced its support for “Feed Our Future,” a new advertising campaign aimed at getting global cinema audiences to tackle global hunger by supporting the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). With the support of Facebook, “Feed Our Future” was launched via a Facebook Live. Television personality Mini Mathur played host. The launch...

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