Modi is eager to bring jobs to India for the 1 million Indians entering the job market each year, foreign policy experts said. India needs to maintain GDP growth of 9 percent a year to provide them all jobs, but the rate is currently hovering at about 7 percent. He sees technology as vital to increasing that rate..
Remember Grill the Aussie burger chain that seemed tastier and healthier and cooler than the other burger chains? Well, it turned out Grill is kinda the same as all the others. Only about 30 of its outlets are franchises, and if there been a lesson from the last few years, it that franchises are places where bad things tend to happen.The most recent revelations about Grill are that it underpaid staff, forged liquor licences, and drove some franchise owners to the wall with questionable decisions.Franchises have become famous as places where staff are underpaid. We seen it at 7 Eleven, Subway, Chatime, Domino Michel Patisserie and many more.We been angry about what happening for years now.
Ever since he began to understand the language of images, Ashok Paul harboured a desire to meet his idol and favourite photographer Raghu Rai. As a budding photographer pursuing a PG Diploma in creative photography from Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC), he got several chances to meet Rai. After all, his son Nitin Rai is the head of department there.
The Disneyan approach to story tellingand the current trend in children books are entirely missing this mark. The endearing poetry and anguish of childhood arebetter captured and preserved for generations to come inthe free evolution of imagination and a certain tolerance or even love for nonsense.SeeAlice in Wonderland (Carroll book, of course)or the wonderfully zany universe of Dr. Seuss; they areprofound and masterful, but they never hammer down theirintentions and clamor the redeeming values of their storytelling: their truth is to be experienced and felt, far more than spelled out.A touching and beautiful, yet too transparent parable, Shel Silvertein Giving Tree exemplifiesan art formstretchingfrom Aesop fablesto Grimm tales or today that talks to children with the clear and definite purpose of teaching them something.
If he’s feeling under any particular duress because of all this, ‘Pom Pom’ doesn’t reveal it. Flipping between a number of different poses, Pink instead goes for being vaguely provocative rather than compounding any of his rapidly assigned stereotypes. Maybe each of these guises is an alternative identity: maybe he doesn’t care.