The 8 0′ Clock English News
There is an upsurge of Private Television in India these days. From the days of the national stranglehold on Television broadcasting during the 70s and the 80s to the days where there are almost infinite consumer choices, TV viewership has perhaps taken a back-step in not accurately broadcasting news that is relevant and appropriate.The Future of White – Collar Unionization
Times are changing in India. The evolving free market scenario is empowering the consumer. The consumer is becoming demanding and less tolerant towards the provider not meeting their expectations. A free market economy empowers consumers: consumer wrath becomes ‘the invisible hand’ which brings equilibrium in a disturbed situation. Impediments to consumer satisfaction are razed down by the power of consumer will. One such impediment is a Union.Ethnic Diversity in Peru
The South American country of Peru is one which can be considered truly diverse. The complicated history of Peru over several thousand years has led to a country which is poor in economic terms but extremely rich in cultural and natural wealth. According to figures from the World Bank (2008) Peru has GDP per capita of US$ 8,507 compared with US$ 35,445 for the UK and US$ 46,716 for the USA.One-Sixth of the World’s Population – Talking About India
It is quite amazing the incredible innovation and growth that is being experienced in India. It is amazing how the standard of living is improving, the technology is improving, the education is improving, the infrastructure is growing, and the power, strength, and will of all Indians is showing light. What we basically have in India right now is 1 billion humans on the fast track to prosperity, and they are undeterred, committed, and are dedicated to persevere no matter what it takes.China’s Spider Web Central Planning Distribution Model
Those who criticize China may be missing the value of their excellent central planning. Now, some might say China is utter chaos in its growth strategy, but I see some real brilliance there myself. I see a giant “Spider Web” distribution system at the heart of their strategy.Sanctions on Iran – A Conversation in Shiraz
During my visit to Iran this past April, I observed both the effects of current sanctions and how affluent Iranians bypass restrictions. Later a conversation with an Iranian engineer whose German company produces brake components for trains clarified the problem with sanctions.Thailand – Still in Turmoil
Thailand’s ousted Prime minister Thaksin Shinawtra arrived in Cambodia this week to claim Cambodian citizenship and start his new job with the Cambodian government. The current Thai government that was brought to power by a yellow shirted mob taking over Bangkok’s international airport, must be fuming! Instead of focusing on repairing the country’s economy that was brought to its knees by the airport sit-in, they have instead focused on trying to catch Thaksin, who has been spending much of his time in Dubai since being forced to leave his position thanks to a military coup.Should You Dance “CHA – CHA” in the Government?
This article reveals my insights regarding one of the most controversial issues in our country, the charter change. For many years, Philippines has been adapting a democratic – type of government. During the regime of former President Corazon Aquino, the government system was amended however the charter wasn’t converted to any other existing types. The system remained as is but certain limitations were established to take limits with the authority and power to the power of the reigning president. But this time, it’s different because the current administration is pursuing a charter change thinking that it would be the answer to the political and economic dilemmas of the country. Nevertheless, I strongly assert that it’s not an ultimate solution.Peace in Congo Requires More Than Just Pictures of Kabila and Kagame Together
On one side, without implying any causal, president Kabila knows what happened to all previous presidents of Congo who attempted to resist the demands of Washington. They all failed and lost their lives in tragic circumstances.Uvira Remains a Strategic City In Congo
It is true that time changes, but no one should really forget that armed conflict which tragically claimed the lives of more than 5 million people in DRC have all begun in the territory of Uvira before spreading to the rest the country. It is no coincidence that this territory is used as a launching site for armed conflict in Congo.