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Mangalore: Vishwas Trust & HelpAge India Launch ' Neighbourhoo...

Mangalore: In today's civilized social structure, it is disturbing to see a trend of senior citizens being deprived of their comforts, particularly by children being indifferent to their aged parents at a time when the parents need parental care ... Mangalorean, 1 week ago

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Oneindia

Medical Aid for J and K Flood Victims

KOCHI: HelpAge India is the only agency that is providing emergency medical help to the people of Kashmir, who are facing the worst floods in 60 years. Officials of the State unit of HelpAge India informed that the agency needs healthcare ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago HelpAge India reaches to flood hit people  Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago Indebted to 'Saviour' Army: J&K Flood Victims  Outlook India2 weeks ago Army has been our saviour, say flood victims of Jammu villages  Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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DQ Channels

India is a potential marketplace for Cloud, says Oracle

Oracle has announced that they are seeing widespread adoption of the Cloud Marketplace in India. Companies like Helpage India, Siemens, Kotak Bank, Reliance Finance and many more companies are now using the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. The ...
 VAR India2 months ago Oracle finds huge potential in India cloud computing market  DQ Channels2 months ago India Has Widespread Adoption of Cloud: Oracle  ChannelWorld India2 months ago Oracle Sees Momentum For The Cloud ...  EFYTimes.com2 months ago
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Bangalore Mirror

A long autumn

Once it was known as a pensioner's paradise. Today, in the Elder Abuse Survey 2014 conducted by HelpAge India, Bangalore has topped Tier I cities, reporting 75 per cent of abuse. We look at how the city acquired this distinction There's nothing but ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Daughters-in-law abuse elderly more, says HelpAge India study  The Hindu1 month ago

QRC delegation arrives in flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir

DOHA: Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) has sent its officials including two Qatari women to India to assess the humanitarian conditions and urgent needs in the flood-stricken parts of Jammu and Kashmir in India. The mission travelled to India on September ...
 Qatar Peninsula12 hours ago

UVic theatre students bring intergenerational theatre to India

A group of University of Victoria theatre artists will be helping India launch it first international theatre company. The 13 students, led by PhD candidate Matthew Gusul, leave for the southeast coast of India on Monday with an ambitious goal to ...
 Metro Canada4 days ago

Getting ready for the boardroom

With the new Companies Act and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi)'s corporate governance code mandating greater participation of women in company boardrooms, senior women professionals as well as young women from business families ...
 Smart Investor4 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Students Raise Record Amount for the Elderly

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The students of St Mary's Central School, Poojappura, raised Rs 4,70,447 as contribution for HelpAge India, a record collection according to the NGO's state head Biju Mathew. Addressing students assembled at the handover function ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Grading of NGOs likely to be a game changer

NEW DELHI: Grading of non-government organisations (NGOs) is likely to be a game changer in the non-profit arena in India. CRISIL, India's leading rating agency has recently evolved an NGO-specific evaluation process. In many countries, such as the ...
 Times of India1 month ago CRISIL : Grading of NGOs likely to be a game changer  4 Traders1 month ago
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The myth of happy old age

Indian culture seems too distant and fragile to sustain old age. A sense of tragedy haunts the future. One is forced to ask what is the use of the idea of India, of all our pride in our culture, when the old are left to die or live in indifference ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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