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Utopias of sharing life, caring community in Paris
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Utopias of sharing life, caring community in Paris

India has incorporated circular economy concepts in its policy, at long last but the real impact is yet to be seen. The potential is immense. I saw last week several examples in a commune, popularly known as Utopias in the eastern part of Paris (see the video ... DNA, 1 week ago

Domestic workers, Gender Equality, and Women Empowerment

[India], Apr 26 (ANI): Domestic work has been one of the oldest jobs in the world. Due to various reasons like drought, lack of agriculture, lack of employment option, land acquisition in the name of development, displacement, harassment of Dalit class, lack ...
 Sify4 hours ago
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Applied for an H1-B visa? Please read this!

'If you are so blinded by the Buy American, Hire American policy, if you are not going to be fair, consistent and welcoming, in the end America will lose out.'Ritu Jha/indica reports from California. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Srinivasa Narasimhalu is just one of many Indian software professionals facing harsh scrutiny from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), but, instead of wilting under pressure, is fighting back. Narasimhalu -- who was on an H-1B visa -- was ...
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5 Things to do financially before you turn 30- PolicyX

Never depend on a single income. Make investment to create a second source. To earn a basic and regular source of income, we all are stuck with our 9 to 5 jobs which pay us to survive our day-to- day expenses. There is no source for a long-term income. But if ...
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'It's society that teaches children that transgender people are bad'

But the Aravani Art project is changing perceptions -- one public art work at a time.Nikita Puri reports. IMAGE: The Aravani Art Project is a Bengaluru-based initiative that uses public art to create dialogue and foster inclusion.Photograph: @aravaniartproject/Facebook   About two years ago, when Shanthi Sonu was on her way for an art project at a Bengaluru government school, she suddenly got jittery about how the children would react to her presence. "Drop me off anywhere," she told ...
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How insurance blockchain can ease customers' burden

Life insurance companies assert that the blockchain being created has strict protocols to leave no room for manipulation and exploitation, or unauthorised use of customer data and personal information. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The insurance blockchain being developed by Indian life insurance companies will be used to store and share customers’ details in an encrypted and distributed format, with proper checks in place to ensure the consent of policyholders is recorded at ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Anti H-1B posters come up in San Francisco metro stations

Anti-H1B posters have come up in local metro stations and commuter trains in San Francisco and California, ahead of the work visa, which is popular among Indian IT professionals, filing season beginning in April. The Progressives for Immigration Reform which ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

The beautiful mind of Balkrishna Doshi, who won architecture's Nobel Prize

"When a building celebrates life, then it is called architecture; architecture is not a product," says the Pritzker Architecture Prize winner. Balkrishna Doshi.Photograph: Courtesy VSF.   For architect Balkrishna Doshi, who won an award considered architecture's Nobel equivalent, a smart city -- the current buzzword in urban space -- should reflect its residents' aspirations and be built with a holistic approach. In an interview after he became the first Indian to win the Pritzker Prize, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Ivanka Trump 'little different' off camera

Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump, is a little different in real life than the person, who is projected on-screen.Ivanka has a voice that's an "octave" deeper when in private; vacillates between "defiant" and "lighthearted"; and curses ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Xi as ruler for life: Is China's golden age coming to an end?

'Xi's assumption of absolute power is neither complete, nor irreversible.''Nor is it safe, for Xi, for his party, or for his country more generally.''And the government knows this,' says Mihir S Sharma.   The Chinese have a phrase describing the transfer for power: 'The Mandate of Heaven'. A ruling emperor has the Mandate of Heaven; at some point it passes on to another Son of Heaven, and temporal power with it. The slightly unfortunate thing for those terrestrial beings who have to deal ...
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