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Tired of City Life? 4 Reasons to opt for an Eco-Friendly House In Bangalore

Work-life balance in a metropolitan city is a seldom occurrence. Cities are dynamic, fast-paced, high-stress and gruelling. Since everyone is focused on establishing themselves and having a stable lifestyle within the constraints of a demanding schedule in the city, it can often make a person grow weary. While work and life in a city...

How to Start a Career in Ethical Hacking?

Ethical Hacking is indispensable part of companies or organizations in the world. This saves them from a drastic loss of data and confidential details. This is an essential part of anything you start on internet. Pirates are always there to attack your details. KnowledgeHut’s ethical hacking course comes with all the tactics involved to work...

93% Indians Believe its not Enough to only Prioritise ESG. Action is Needed: Study

People all over the world are calling for more progress on sustainability, and businesses are expected to respond. The Oracle "No Planet B" study, conducted in collaboration with Pamela Rucker, CIO advisor and instructor for Harvard Professional Development, surveyed over 11,000 consumers and business leaders from 15 countries and discovered that people are frustrated...

UN: “Great finance divide” amid COVID-19 poses major setback for sustainable development

The crippling cost of debt financing for many developing countries has hamstrung their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, forced cutbacks in development spending, and constrained their ability to respond to further shocks, according to a new report launched by the United Nations. 2022 Financing for Sustainable Development Report: Bridging the Finance Divide The 2022 Financing for Sustainable...

Two Airlines in India That Undertook CSR Seriously Amid COVID-19

The airline business has suffered a loss in the last few years, even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world and caused further damage. Amid this, most airlines across the world were suffering from losses. However, this did not deter many airlines to step forward and aid the fight against the pandemic through CSR....

Tata Power partners with CADRRE to launch ‘PAY AUTENTION’- Autism Support Network on World Autism Awareness Day

In line with Tata Power's philosophy of holistic and inclusive development, Tata Power Community Development Trust (TPCDT) has today partnered with the Center for Autism and other Disabilities Rehabilitation Research and Education (CADRRE) to launch 'PAY AUTENTION - A different mind is a gifted mind', India's first bridgital Autism support network. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)...

Three Shipping Companies in India That Take CSR Seriously

The Shipping Companies in India contribute a significant proportion to the GDP and increase in foreign reserves. Its involvement with foreign trade allows the leaders of these companies to visit many developed and developing countries and learn about the best practices being adopted to solve various social development issues. This places them at a...

Jaguar Land Rover Commits to Reducing Emissions across its Operations by 46 per cent

Jaguar Land Rover has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions across its operations by 46 per cent by 2030. In addition, the company will cut average vehicle emissions across its value chains by 54 per cent, including a 60 per cent reduction throughout the use phase of its vehicles.  The goals, which are approved by the Science Based Targets...

Srinivasan Services Trust supports Tiger Conservation measures in Tamil Nadu

Srinivasan Services Trust (SST), the social arm of Sundaram-Clayton Limited and TVS Motor Company, today handed over 180 numbers of high luminescent searchlights and 12 numbers of GPS to Directors of Mudumalai, Sathyamangalam and Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserves as part of wildlife conservation initiatives in Tamil Nadu.  The high luminescent flashlights would be extremely...

Companies Suffer Losses when Women Leaders Leave: Report

When Women Leaders leave, the losses multiply, in terms of both job satisfaction and performance, says new research. According to the Potential Projects Spring 2022 Report, the best results are achieved when women are in charge. The third of the six editions of The Human Leader study, a bi-annual examination of the key characteristics that...

Procter & Gamble India becomes ‘plastic waste neutral’

Procter & Gamble India today announced that it has become ‘plastic waste neutral’ in the past year (April 2021 – March 2022). P&G has collected, processed, and recycled over 19,000 MT of post-consumer plastic packaging waste from across the country which is more than the amount of plastic packaging in its products sold in a year. With this announcement, the company...

Continental’s ‘Women for Manufacturing’ Program reaches key milestones in empowering women

Technology company Continental’s “Women for Manufacturing” program, launched as a 150th-anniversary initiative, has been making inroads into women empowerment through targeted campaigns and programs. Together with implementation partner Centum Foundation, the project was rolled out in Bengaluru and Gurugram in June 2021. The program focuses on three target groups – high school girls, ITI & Engineering...

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