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Riding For Passion And Cause

India, home to around 150 million two-wheelers on road biking has become more than just a mode of transport. Many individuals find commuting on two-wheeler a necessity to reach their destination; for others, it's a passion. The thrill of riding long distance on a bike has become a hobby for many passionate bikers. Imagine, riding...

Shifting India’s Energy Sources

Human beings are said to have three basic needs- food, water and shelter. But in today’s world, the horizon of human needs has expanded beyond the first stage of needs. Access to electricity has emerged as a fundamental need over the period of years. United Nations also identify access to ‘affordable and clean energy’ as...

India Is Growing GDP Of The Rich, I Want India To Grow GDP Of Poor: Pavan Sukhdev, Founder-CEO, GIST

Pavan Sukhdev is Founder-CEO of GIST Advisory, a consulting firm which helps governments and corporations discover, measure, value, and manage their impacts on natural and human capital. He recently won the internationally acclaimed Blue Planet Prize, 2016. It is a recognition for individuals and organisations that make outstanding achievements in scientific research and its...

Focusing Only On GDP Won’t Lead To Sustained Growth: Tetsuro Yasuda, Secretary General, The Asahi Glass Foundation

The Asahi Glass Foundation was set up in celebration of the twenty-fifth year of operation of Asahi Glass Co., Ltd (AGC) a Japanese global glass manufacturing company. Established in 1933, the foundation focuses on research grants and recognition of efforts for environmental sustainability. Blue Planet Prize, an annual award constituted by the Asahi Glass...

Woman Drives Through 32 Countries To Raise Awareness About Women Empowerment

Maria Teressa de Fillippis, the name won’t ring a bell for many of us. Apart from being the first woman to enter Formula One racing in the year 1958, she also shattered the perception that racing was a sport meant for only men. Even after she managed to start in three racing games, the...

Parliament Passes Disabilities Bill, 2016

After a wait of over two years, the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 finally was passed through both the houses of parliament after members of Loksabha passed it on Friday, December 16. After being at loggerheads on demonetisation, parliamentarians passed the bill within two hours on the last day of Parliament’s winter session this...

Decline In Global Trade May Hamper Implementation Of SDGs: ESCAP

Increase in global trade with the implementation of trade-led development strategies were considered to be one of the key contributors for reducing poverty prior to adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). According to an annual report “Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report (APTIR)” released by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for...

CSR Priorities Need To Tilt Towards Quality Rather Than Quantity: Manish Chaudhary, Senior VP Global R&D and Managing Director India, Pitney Bowes

Pitney Bowes is a US-based e-Commerce solutions company listed on Nasdaq. The company works towards facilitating data and digital/physical transactions for its client. Manish Chaudhary, Senior VP Global R&D and Managing Director India, Pitney Bowes talks to The CSR Journal about the CSR mandate and its implications. What are the different Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)...
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Atheletes Of Future Should Be Provided With Support Today: Roland Folger, Mercedes-Benz India

Roland Folger, MD & CEO of Mercedes-Benz, India has been associated with the company for more than three decades. Before heading India operations, he held several key positions globally. Believer of the fact that sports can change the world for good, he strongly advocates that the potential athletes of tomorrow should be supported today...

Poverty Can Be Alleviated If Developing Countries Focus On Welfare Policies: World Bank Report

About 224 million people in India lived below poverty line in 2013. This is according to ‘Poverty and Shared Prosperity’, a report released by World Bank. The World Bank is working towards its goal of eliminating extreme poverty by 2030 by boosting the shared prosperity of the bottom 40% of population in each country. Since...

India Witnessed 1.4 Million Deaths Due To Air Pollution: World Bank

In 2013, air pollution claimed the life of one person out of every 10 who died globally, a report released by World Bank stated. Air pollution caused around 5.5 million premature deaths worldwide, with 60% of the deaths being reported in India and China. The study titled ‘The Cost of Air Pollution – Strengthening the...

Rs 2,444.6 Crore Missed Out From Being Spent On CSR: RTI

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenditure of 2014-15 could have been more by Rs 2444.6 crore had 266 companies spent their mandated CSR funds. Reply to an RTI filed by Factly stated so. Minister of Corporate Affairs Arun Jaitley had mentioned that 460 companies spent Rs 6,337 crore in first year of implementation of...

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