The Federation of Indian Associations (FIA) of the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut said in a statement that it “will be creating history” on August 15, 2020 by “hosting the first ever flag hoisting ceremony at Times Square” to commemorate India's Independence Day. … [Read more...] about 74th independence day: In a 1st, Indian tricolour to be hoisted at iconic Times Square in New York
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An investment from Kirin or other investors would help Bira which has made losses in recent years and been hit by the coronavirus pandemic, just like the rest of the beer industry. It has said it aims eventually to list on the stock market. … [Read more...] about Indian craft brewer Bira in talks with foreign beer makers over possible stake sale
In other words, if you’re a part of this system currently, you’re likely in some sense complicit. From fundraisers to philanthropy leadership teams, then, to effect change, we have to start by asking ourselves the following questions: Inside our organizations, what systems and structures do we perhaps have in place that are precluding Black people from getting a fair shot at reaching the table? (Are we allowing Black people a foot in the door, but not making available any seats?) Bigger organizations, especially, often harbor processes that have been in place for a long time and which both inculcate and continue supremacist ideals. Required referrals or “warm intros,” for example, may seem innocuous, but they also sustain homogeneous environments where unseemly behavior can be ignored. Organizations also often rely on the brainpower of people of color, but don’t fairly compensate them for their intellectual contributions. Most every organization is … [Read more...] about How the philanthropy world should use this moment to actually help Black people
It is important to be debt-free. Having to pay EMIs when your income stops is like retiring with a millstone around your neck. By no stretch can you call it independence. Plan your independence day such that you repay your debts by then. A lot of forethought goes into spending only as much as you can afford. Hence, the need to borrow would be limited. … [Read more...] about How much money do you really need to be financially independent?
Lead author Darren Schreiber, a senior lecturer in politics at the University of Exeter, has been studying swing voters for a decade and hopes that this study will end the perception that nonaffiliated voters are covert conservatives or liberals who failed to register with a party. “This has important implications for political campaigning. Nonpartisans need to be considered a third voter group,” he said in a release. … [Read more...] about Politicians, take note: Unaffiliated voters have distinct brain patterns, MRI scans reveal