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CSR: 5 Types of Cyberbullying

We tackled scam calls, cybercrimes against women and how to spot identity theft. Today, we put the spotlight on a specific cybercrime: cyberbullying. While online socialising has opened a whole new dimension of ways to communicate, it has some unpleasant effects, too. Cyberbullying is one example that has had devastating outcomes on our youth....
Inauguration of The People's Clinic

AIDS Healthcare Foundation India expands stigma-free healthcare to LGBTQ community

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) inaugurated its Center of Excellence – Anti Retroviral Therapy clinic (ART clinic) in New Delhi. To be known as The People's Clinic the ART center will operate for 12 hours a day, six days a week. The extended hours will serve the general public and incorporate an evening Moonlight Testing...

The CSR Journal presented The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017

In a grand ceremony, The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017 brought forward the finest Corporate & Citizen Social Responsibility projects initiated by corporate houses and NGOs/NPOs in India. They were honoured by Chief Guest Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, and Special Guests, Shri Sudhir Mungantiwar, Minister of Finance & Planning and Forests...

Episode 15 – Safar Kamyabi Ka | The Life Journey of Kamruddin H., Servokon Systems Limited

In Episode 15 of Safar Kamyabi Ka Season 1, we look back at the story of Kamruddin H., Managing Director, Servokon Systems Limited. Safar Kamyabi Ka is an ode to felicitate and give recognition to the endless efforts and unmatched spirits of enterprising men and women who have left no stones unturned to achieve enviable success. The...

Smartphones Without Internet: India’s Poor Digital Connectivity

The Modi government’s Digital India initiative was launched to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. e-Governance has spread across government operations, especially citizen centric activities.

Take Action Against Poverty: Mandela Day

UN General Assembly launched Mandela Day on July 18 in 2009, to commemorate Nelson Mandela's spirit of servitude. This day is observed in 149 countries.

Report Reveals Exploitation of Elephants in Asian Countries, Including India

Countries in Asia, including India, continue to grow the captive elephant industry for elephant rides and performances to meet irresponsible tourist demands. A new report released by World Animal Protection reveals that more than three quarters of nearly three thousand elephants used in tourist entertainment in Asia are kept in severely cruel conditions. Riding an elephant is one...

Banks Joining In: Artificial Intelligence

A lot of banks are introducing humanoid robots to answer customer queries in their branches in metro cities, like Bengaluru, New Delhi and Mumbai.

Alandi To Pandharpur: A Journey Towards Awareness

Since last year, Facebook Dindi started carrying out social awareness campaigns about pressing issues, to initiate discussions through their strong social media presence. This year’s theme is women empowerment.

12th National Convention of Global Compact Network India

12th National Convention of Global Compact Network India 28th April, New Delhi Making Global Goals Local Business. A carbon-neutral event on Sustainable Development Goals with professionals from across the world

EDGE 2016

EDGE 2016 Date: 11th November. 2016 Venue: Alibaug, Maharashtra An engagement platform to bring together exceptional grassroots organisations, corporate firms, philanthropists and social development experts.

Maharashtra, Rajasthan & Jharkhand loose on CSR Funds, WB, AP & MP Gain in 2016

Share of Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Jharkhand in corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds declined in 2016, according to India CSR Outlook Report (ICOR) 2016. While Maharashtra still holds the first position in the list, all three states saw a huge decline in CSR expenditure. ICOR is an analysis of CSR spending of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)...

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