It is estimated that India will require millions of tonnes of coal in the coming years, so instead of piling all the responsibility of meeting the demand on one company, it will be better to share the responsibility of supply. India also imports coal in large quantities from other countries which increase the cost. Diversifying the sector will reduce this to reasonable levels. … [Read more...] about Coal India – Taking a new turn in 2020
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Vardhan, who held a review meeting to analyse the preparedness for prevention and management of nCoV in India, also spoke to the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on Saturday and assured him of all support for screening at the border with Nepal, where a confirmed case has been reported. … [Read more...] about 7 more people under observation for possible exposure to novel coronavirus: Govt
Not insignificantly, I could also see anyone coming toward me from my desk, and a door behind me led to an inconspicuous service exit where I knew I could quickly leave if needed. To be clear, I didn’t necessarily expect anyone to come in and attack me in broad daylight. Abuse is complicated, stalking is complicated, and I think there is a unique way one becomes afraid when constantly uncertain if they are being watched or followed. It was like that for me, at least. So I embraced the position and its relative protection and learned every skill I could. I networked and made connections within the professional community I could safely access, which eventually led me to a better job. … [Read more...] about Hiring managers use a screening tool that’s dangerous and possibly illegal
What I learned from the reams of interview data that I collected and transcribed is that the successful companies endow a sense of “sustainability ownership” in their employees so that everyone—from the mailroom to the boardroom—picks up the baton as part of his or her day job. And it all starts with defining a corporate purpose, the all-important question of “why do we do what we do,” something that three companies did particularly well. … [Read more...] about Worker buy-in is the real key for successful corporate sustainability
The NDFB(S) was one of the smaller separatist outfits from the Northeast in Myanmar which currently has a total of eight organisations. It was in dire financial straits since the split in 2005, which was quite apparent when this author visited the rebel camps in Myanmar during 2011-12. Plans had been firmed up by a large number of NDFB(S) cadre to cross the border in 2014 under then commander-in-chief IK Songbijit — this was foiled by the hardliners. Songbijit was subsequently expelled from Myanmar and the executive council of the group reconstituted with new members. … [Read more...] about Politics | How long will Northeast’s separatist outfits survive?