The four convicts who are currently lodged in Tihar jail have been sentenced to death and are scheduled to be hanged on February 1 at 6 am.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about Kangana Ranaut slams lawyer Indira Jaising over stand on Nirbhaya case, says ‘such women give birth to monsters’
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Growing talent has traditionally meant education, but its definition should be broadened to include apprenticeships, training, and continuous education as well as experience and access to growth opportunities (although we may acknowledge that most skill development occurs through experience, much remains to be done to conceptualise and measure its role). The more talented the person, the wider the global opportunities he or she can find elsewhere. … [Read more...] about India climbs eight ranks to 72 in Global Talent Competitive Index
The Freshman Sets The Tone A widely viewed video for the #shareacoke campaign shows a fresh-faced teenager in a fluorescent pink bikini floating in a pool and mouthing Jason Derulo’s “Ridin’ Solo.” She’s not a model, a singer, or a Kardashian—she’s a top user (or “muser”) of Musical.ly, the two-year-old app devoted to broadcasting and sharing lip-synced videos. As one of the app’s earliest users, Ariel Martin’s teenage sass and penchant for elaborate hand gestures set the standard for the millions of tweens and teens who have since become regular musers. Within a few months of joining, Martin had amassed so many followers that she and her parents decided she should continue her high school studies online to facilitate her rigorous posting schedule: at least one Musical.ly video every day, two YouTube videos per week, plus a handful of weekly Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram updates. … [Read more...] about The Social Mediators: 7 Young Social Stars Share Their Rules For Engagement
I called myself chief listening officer [at the Met]. I think that’s what the CDO job is, because you have to listen for ideas and there are so many good ideas. I don’t think New York has a monopoly on good ideas, but people listen to them from everywhere. I’ve got so much to learn. What is exciting is that the technology team is very strong, there are multiple prongs of the technology infrastructure that’s already been built. Now the question is, how do we take that to the next level? Another part of the job is working with startups and getting them interested, excited, committed to being born here, staying here, thriving here. … [Read more...] about How This Exec Used Social Media To Turn His Layoff Into A Career Reboot
Woodman sees GoPro as a sort of mini Apple, a hardware company that is evolving into a software platform with social networking features. Its business model will even include monthly subscription fees alongside steady hardware upgrades. He evinces no worry about naysayers who compare GoPro to the Flip, the superhot handheld digital video recorder that launched in 2007, quickly dominated the camcorder market, was bought by Cisco in 2009, and shut down in 2011, when video-capable smartphones quickly made it obsolete. Today’s smartphones are becoming ever more durable—both Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7 are water-resistant—while lens quality is rapidly approaching GoPro’s most advanced offering. (The iPhone 7 offers a 12-megapixel sensor, the same as GoPro’s new Hero5, and a true zoom lens, which GoPro’s Hero5 lacks.) “My kids are 16,” says Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush. “And I don’t recall ever going to a … [Read more...] about Can GoPro Rise Again?