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Dr. V. Raghunathan, CEO, GMR Foundation

The CSR Journal is filling a big vacuum in India today, by bringing an understanding of CSR to civil society. I expect a web magazine like yours could make CSR a matter of conscience rather than law. I'm sure you will touch that conscience.

wp Workshop For Mumbai NGOs

CORPORATE Social Responsibility (wp) is now seen as ethical and smart way to conduct business, making corporate entities into socially responsible organizations, visibly contributing to the social good. The Company Act 2013 has made wp legally binding with a mandate. There will be around 16000 companies in India who have to set-up their full-fledged...

A Ramadan To Remember In Dubai

In the spirit of the season, companies across the UAE are launching a slew of wp initiatives during the holy month of giving

Opinion: Renew Emphasis On Impact Assessment

AS we know, "The Materiality Principle", as defined in the G3 Guidelines (2006), has not changed in G4. The Materiality Principle states that the report should cover aspects that: reflect the organization’s significant economic, environmental and social impacts; or substantively influence the assessments and decisions of stakeholders.". Here I am assuming companies are taking...

More Than Just A Courtesy Call?

After submitting a petition for decriminalization of politics, among others, to the new PM last month, Aamir Khan is now busy shooting the next season of Satyamev Jayate. More petitions coming up Mr. Prime Minister!

AI’s Iraq Evacuation Plan Now Under wp

Air India's wp earlier restricted to reducing carbon emissions and tree plantations

Dr. Huzaifa Khorakiwala, CEO, Wockhardt Foundation

The wp Journal website believes that content is king.

MCA’s Latest Clarifications On wp

Ministry Of Corporate Affairs provides clarity on wp activities under Companies Act

Radio City Partners With Candy Vendors To Teach Street Children

Using radio as a teaching tool for underprivileged children, Radio City partnered with cycle candy vendors to create pop-up English schools across Dharavi and other slum areas. The idea is to use children’s love for candy as an attraction and to make them learn English. The programme was launched on April 24 in the slums of...

Kaam Chalu Mooh Bandh

Believers of solution-oriented approach, ‘The Ugly Indian’ a group of unknown citizen started working towards cleaning the filth in cities. The initiative that started in Bangalore now has spread across the country, with many volunteers joining in each day. They believe in the philosophy of ‘Kaam chalu mooh bandh’ which means ‘Stop talking, Start doing.’...

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