Economic Equality

20 Mar 19
Viral Topic Zone

Sen. Brian Schatz: “I want to try to solve climate change and deal with income inequality and make college more affordable. Those are pretty ambitious goals, they’re just not seeking the presidency.” | Drew Angerer/Getty Images 2020 elections Sen. Brian Schatz is rallying White House hopefuls around a series of proposals in a bid to […]

20 Mar 19
Higher Consciousness and The Spirit

How India garners some mannerisms amongst contemporary Economic Languages is a timely reminder that Death is around the corner. Their citizens live with remembrance of Past Lives. That is quite a quota to accomplish for the Anglo-American Special Relationship/Friendship that requires Citizen partisanship of its own. It will be hard to repeat the Age of […]

20 Mar 19
CNS Sport Cycling

Oxfordshire will play host to the OVO Energy Women’s Tour for the next three years, starting with the county’s first-ever stage of Britain’s leading professional women’s stage race on day three of the 2019 event on Wednesday 12 June. Stage Three of the high-profile British Cycling and UCI Women’s World Tour event has been secured […]

20 Mar 19
Discuss Answer

Preamble WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a 1[SOVEREIGN The SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC] and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE, social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the […]

20 Mar 19
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Sen. Brian Schatz: “I want to try to solve climate change and deal with income inequality and make college more affordable. Those are pretty ambitious goals, they’re just not seeking the presidency.” | Drew Angerer/Getty Images 2020 elections Sen. Brian Schatz is rallying White House hopefuls around a series of proposals in a bid to […]

20 Mar 19
Thrive Global India
The World Happiness Report 2019, which measures 156 countries in terms of happiness, has placed India in the 140th position. It’s a drop of seven places from last year’s 133, and a continued fall from 122 in 2017 and 118 in 2016. This year, India is among the top 20 losers. It is a mere nine ranks ahead of wartorn Syria (149) and 16 ranks higher than the world’s unhappiest country at 156, South Sudan. Finland has topped the list once again while the top 10 include four more Nordic countries. Other Asian countries, such as Taiwan ranked 25, Japan 58, Pakistan 67 and China 93, have performed significantly better than India. “The 10 countries (including India) with the largest declines in average life evaluations (calculated on the basis of annual samples comprising a respondent’s average frequency of worry, sadness and anger on the previous day) typically suffered some combination of economic, political, and social stresses,” the report noted. The World Happiness Report, 2019 paints a picture so dismal for India that it claims that the country’s significant population has pulled down the happiness levels of all of South Asia. The report’s co-editor John F Helliwell told Huffpost, “More research needs to be done to understand what’s going on in India, but it’s a stark reminder that rapid economic development and social change can impose costs as well as bring benefits.” The report pays special emphasis on how the quality of government, and the structure of government policies, influence happiness. It’s these effects—such as the quality of delivery along with citizen perceptions and control of corruption—that show the greatest impact on well-being. Clearly, India has a lot to learn from the happier countries in the world where there is low corruption, a high level of freedom, robust methods to support citizens, high-quality education systems, stable economy, and initiatives to ensure equality. But even as the report urges governments to shape policies keeping well-being in mind, not all is doomed. For instance, the report finds strong links between generosity and happiness where India is not doing all that badly. According to the report, participants in India “reported higher levels of happiness after reflecting on a time they spent on others versus themselves”.  In fact, 25.9 per cent respondents in India said they donated to charity and 18.5 per cent respondents spent time volunteering. A similar warning appears as the world turns fully digital. The report concentrates on the United States as a case in point calling the phenomenon, ‘The rise of digital media and the fall of everything else’, but its analysis could be applicable to India as well. “The way adolescents socialise,” the report notes, “has fundamentally shifted, moving toward online activities and away from face-to-face social interaction.” “Digital media,” the report concludes,“may indirectly lead to low well-being if it displaces time once spent on face-to-face social interaction or sleep.”
20 Mar 19
The Untold & Unheard Journey of Dreams and Strength!!

Why do we need education in our lives? Why everyone is running behind elite colleges and universities, spending half of their lives engrossed in books, assignments and exams? For degree? For job? For marriage? For money? For luxuries? Actually all of them. But one thing we almost always ignore is that education provides us much […]

20 Mar 19
harbybrix

COCO STORY Despite his family’s generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead. After meeting a charming trickster named Héctor, the two new friends embark on an […]

20 Mar 19
THE OPEN VIEW

Beijing :  India on Wednesday signalled that it will boycott China’s second Belt and Road Forum for a second time, saying no country can participate in an initiative that ignores its core concerns on sovereignty and territorial integrity. India boycotted the first Belt and Road Forum (BRF) in 2017 after protesting to Beijing over the controversial […]

20 Mar 19
Viral Topic Zone

Sen. Brian Schatz: “I want to try to solve climate change and deal with income inequality and make college more affordable. Those are pretty ambitious goals, they’re just not seeking the presidency.” | Drew Angerer/Getty Images 2020 elections Sen. Brian Schatz is rallying White House hopefuls around a series of proposals in a bid to […]

20 Mar 19
Tiffany Favorites

Brian Schatz is no household name. But he’s already positioning himself as an influential figure in the 2020 presidential race — someone who can unite the party around a shared agenda even if the primary inevitably turns ugly. Schatz, the senior senator from Hawaii, says he is eager to help Democrats avoid “that whole stupid, […]

20 Mar 19
A Paperboy

India along with the US and several other countries have been highlighting the concerns over the BRI projects, leaving a number of smaller countries in debt traps. BEIJING: India on Wednesday signalled that it will boycott China’s second Belt and Road Forum for a second time, saying no country can participate in an initiative that ignores […]

20 Mar 19
Arcynewsy

Moncler is falling sharply. Eurazeo, a shareholder of the duvet group with a 4.773% stake, announced that it had sold 12,199,626 shares of the company <! – -> Piazza Affari and the main European stock exchanges register fractional variations, after the good performances made yesterday. Today the meeting of the FOMC (the FED body responsible […]

20 Mar 19
Girl Power

Now a day’s we underestimate women. They think that womens are weak and can’t do hard things or hard work. Partiarchal Men say no to education for women. Not only this, many women also denied the opportunity for job and earn livelihood. Just like in “waiting” the story by Ron Darvin. The main character is […]