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ZED: CREATING GROWTH DRIVERS FOR MSMES

ARCHIVE Globally, the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises have been recognized as the backbone of every economy. Contribution of MSMEs is manifold and includes employment generation, reduction of regional disparities, fostering equitable economic growth and several other advantages. The role of MSMEs has been recognized by successive governments and this can be witnessed in the evolution of policy frameworks & measures adopted from time to time. The ambitious ‘Make in

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SHARED WEALTH OF HUMANKIND

WORLD HERITAGE Ancient monuments and buildings in the countries, make them stand tall on world map. They are an asset to value for! and that’s why, World Heritage Day is a collective effort of the communities in the world to do the needful for these invaluable assets. The World Heritage Day takes an opportunity to hoist awareness about the assortment of cultural legacy and the efforts that are required to

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AMBEDKAR – INTELLECTUAL COLOSSUS

SOCIAL REFORM India is celebrating the 127th birth anniversary of Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar. It was this day 127 years ago; in a tiny village of Mhow, in present day Madhya Pradesh, Bhim Rao was born in the family of erstwhile untouchables. Indeed a lot of research, reading and writings have gone into the life and works of Babasaheb Ambedkar. To this day, he is considered as one of the

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Saving For Posterity

FAUNA CARE The tigress had already killed 64 humans and he could be the next. He leaned against the rocky slope of a nearby hill and lit a cigarette. The tigress had already stalked him once before in this region and he wanted her to do it again. But he realised that the tigress was too clever. So, he thought of another trick. He used a buffalo as a bait

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Oh, the Humanity!

POPULATION MATTERS As India brims and slowly spills over its edges with its ever increasing population, we are faced, and must deal with the cruel irony of our precious human resource becoming the monster that brings down our economy. For lack of a politer analogy, there is nothing more of the essence than finding a cork for this bottle. In 1989, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme

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Power Of Cruel Bomb

NUCLEAR THREAT The scars of devastation and cruelty imprinted on the land of Hiroshima and Nagasaki never fail to make one drown into the ordeals of the past which still release a sense of tremour in the people and also how the nuclear power was used as an aid to vandalize the human instinct. During World War II, on August 6, 1945, the world’s first ever deployed atomic bomb over

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For Peace and Freedom

MANDELA DAY After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb. I can rest only for a moment, for with freedom come responsibilities, and I dare not linger, for my long walk is not yet ended. – Nelson Mandela Those are the last words from the book ‘Long Walk To Freedom’, the autobiography of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. Those exact words define the life

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The Economics of Trafficking Humans

SAVING WEAK After years of initiatives and policies, the human trafficking industry works because it’s financially viable, writes Simran Kohli In 2010, the General Assembly adopted the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons, urging Governments worldwide to take coordinated and consistent measures to defeat this scourge. The Plan calls for integrating the fight against human trafficking into the UN’s broader programs in order to boost development and

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Empowering Youth

YOUTH SKILLS On this July 15, the United Nations (UN) would be celebrating the 4th World Youth Skills Day (WYSD). On 18 December 2014, the United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus, a resolution led by Sri Lanka, declaring 15th July as the World Youth Skill Day. Sri Lanka initiated this resolution to highlight, at a global level, the importance of youth skills development. Youth is that stage of a

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Dr Nuzhat Ali: Leveraging change through CSR for a better future

CSR PROFESSIONAL Progressive, passionate about achieving excellence and encouraging the team to constantly learn, Dr Nuzhat Ali is looking after Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) portfolio at Aricent, which is a global design and engineering company innovating for the digital era. She believes that CSR is to visibly contribute to larger societal welfare as a proactive, accountable and socially receptive unit to the immediate world around it. The CSR Act has

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