While Trump’s hostility to the press in general, and the WHCA in particular, should have made the organization more resolute against capitulating to him after the Wolf flap in 2018, that is exactly what they did. Instead of merely finding a safely inoffensive comedian, whoever the 2019 version of Richard Little might have been (Tracey Ullman?), the organization bucked tradition and forsook comedy altogether. They affirmed all the broken monocles littering the streets of D.C. in the wake of Wolf’s performance the previous year: Trump was right—the funny lady was too filthy and too mean. … [Read more...] about White House Correspondents’ Association invites comedians back after caving to Trump. But the damage is done
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One of the main features of an Aadhaar card is biometrics. When you visit an enrolment centre, the operator takes pictures of the irises of your eyes and scans all your fingerprints. Since fingerprints and irises are unique to each individual, it is a foolproof way of establishing your identity. This offers a high degree of security to your Aadhaar number. … [Read more...] about Aadhaar Biometric: Learn Everything About Aadhaar Biometrics
The rally in the share price of Avenue Supermarts after better-than-expected earnings growth and strong business model of retail chain helped Damani become India's second richest billionaire with a wealth of $17.9 billion, after Reliance Industries' Chairman Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani, who is also the richest person in Asia. … [Read more...] about Radhakishan Damani invested in 3 new stocks in Dec quarter; do you own any?
That should be a signal to the wider universe on the importance of holding their annual general meetings early on after the closure of the financial year. Yet, as the IiAS research found that in 2019, the first year after these SEBI norms kicked in, out of the top 500 companies nearly a fifth (105) chose to hold their AGMs in the final weeks of September. … [Read more...] about Why your company holding its AGM in September may be a potential red flag