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Pernod Ricard joins the ‘New Plastics Economy’ Global Commitment

Pernod Ricard announced its commitment to contribute to establishing a new plastics economy, by becoming a signatory of the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, led by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. As part of the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, signatories are expected to report on their progress against individual pledges, with the aim to help...

JGU hosts the ‘Northern Conclave for Building CSR Partnerships’ in association with TISS

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) hosted a three day-long Northern Conclave for Building CSR Partnerships in association with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) from November 1-3. The sustainability conclave organised collaboratively by JGU- CECRAS (Centre for Excellence in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability) and TISS AESDII (Assessment and Empanelment Standards for Development Institutions in India)...

Gaur Gopal Das: Service Brings Joy

The land of Barsana, two hours’ drive south of New Delhi, is sacred to those who practise bhakti yoga. It is home to people who have been brought up to make spirituality their life’s focus, to imbibe the qualities of selflessness and loving service. However, these very people do not have the best healthcare systems....
water credit

Water.org, Bank of America Expand Partnership to Bring Safe Water to India and Brazil

Without a home water tap, Manjula had no choice but to carry an 8-10 kilo water container back and forth each day to a community water tank about a kilometre from her home. Water.org discovered that something keeping moms like Manjula from providing safe water for their families was a lack of access to...
Little Hearts and their families

Funds raised by Wockhardt Foundation to support 210 congenital heart surgeries

Wockhardt Foundation in association with the Rotary Club of Bombay Bayview organized a fund raising event, Dil Se Dil Tak, to treat children suffering from congenital heart defects under the Foundation’s Little Hearts initiative. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 10,000 children are born each year with a critical congenital...
solar energy study

What are the biggest roadblocks for the adoption of Solar energy?

Kolkata uses solar lamps on a large scale for household/domestic purposes compared to other tier 1 cities; while Bengaluru constitutes the highest number of solar water heater consumers amongst all the metros. These are the findings of a pan India study to gauge the awareness and penetration of household solar energy products in urban India...
Bosch gives Lalbagh makeover

Bosch gives Bengaluru Lalbagh a digital makeover

Bosch Limited is proactively addressing issues on sustainability and is combatting climate change. As part of its social engagement initiative, Bosch began its association with Lalbagh in 2017. The engagement has resulted in the installation of new facilities including Smart Parking, Aerators in the lake, improved Waste Management and Solar Panels at Lalbagh. Lalbagh’s 240-acre...
Rang Badlav Ke

Shalimar Paints Beautifies Slums Via ‘Rang Badlav Ke – Paint the Change!’

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 as over 2,000 students of 70 universities and colleges' volunteers entered the locality with...

PNB Housing Finance donates healthcare equipment to AIIMS

PNB Housing Finance Ltd, in an effort to provide quality healthcare to patients from the economically and socially deprived sections of society, donated healthcare equipment to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi today. As a part of the program, the company has donated surgical Plasma Sterilizers to Departments of Neurosurgery and Cardiothoracic...
Narendra Modi

WABAG’s 140 MLD STP inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi in Varanasi

PM Narendra Modi inaugurated a sewage treatment plant (STP) at Dinapur, Varanasi with the capacity of 140 million litres per day (MLD) on November 12. The contract valued at INR 235.53 crores is executed by VA TECH WABAG LIMITED (‘WABAG’), a leading pure play water technology Indian Multinational Company. The company will also be responsible...
Tribal Girls Training Sessions

CAPSI transforming unemployed tribal girls into trained security professionals

The Jharkhand Chapter of CAPSI in association with Bhutpurva Sainik Kalyan Sangh is providing professional security training and employment opportunities to tribal girls under the Jharkhand Skill Development Mission Society (JSDMS). Approximately 500 girls have already got the employment after completing the 3-month training oriented programme in the last 5 years, and a majority of them...
Global Day of Giving

Dale Carnegie of India Partners with 10 NGOs to train over 500 Underprivileged Indian Youth

Dale Carnegie has partnered with Toy Bank, Akanksha Foundation, Katalyst, Bharti Foundation, AkshayaPatra, Water Aid, Aide at Action, Magic Bus and Sonalika Foundation to provide life skills to approximately over 500 underprivileged youth across Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Chennai. With the help of this initiative, Dale Carnegie of India aims to help...

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