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The man who knew Humanity

We live in the 21st century. We face problems. The more we develop, the more problems arise day by day. There is war, fear of the unknown, intolerance, greed, dominance, scarcity and many other endless potholes we are digging for ourselves. 821 more words

A little less combustion, a lot more cooperation: How Sukanto Tanoto's corporate philosophy doused the forest flames

People used to have poor impressions of companies dealing with natural resources – they would be accused of pillaging the environment, desecrating the lands, and leaving nature in a much worse shape than before. 321 more words

Sukanto Tanoto

Poverty and Unemployment: Exploring the Connections

Over several decades the gap between the rich and the poor in India has widened continuously reaching an all-time high in the present scenario.

It has been observed that financial crises accentuates poverty and income inequalities. 225 more words

Philanthropist

Rihanna receiving the Harvard Humanitarian award 2017

Each year, the Harvard Foundation of Harvard University presents the Humanitarian Award to an individual whose works have served to improve the quality of our lives and have inspired us to greater heights.  441 more words

Music

Selena Gomez Surprises High School Students in L.A With a Heart Warming Visit

Selena Gomez had recently partnered with Coach to create some of the most exquisite designer clothes and hand bags. Her partnership very recently went beyond just clothes and designer collections. 333 more words

Lifestyle

Challenges of Women Empowerment in Modern India

Women’s empowerment in India is  dependent on many diverse variables that include geographical location (urban/rural), educational status, social status (caste and class), and age. Policies on women’s empowerment exist at the national, state, and local (Panchayat) levels in many sectors, including health, education, economic opportunities, gender-based violence, and political participation. 313 more words

Women