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THE DIGITAL DIFFERENCES
Hey, I’m Aarushi from India and this is the story of corona virus during the lockdown days.
In today’s world as we see that people are dealing with a worldwide disease called Corona Virus, where people cannot step outside their homes. Only the important sources like the doctors, the workers that work in the grocery stores, armed forces, and the police officers come outside and perform their duties. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had also announced some fun tasks like the lighting of the candles, to thump on the utensils, to show gratitude to the Corona Warriors, and this initiative had further led to the motivation of the people.
But as you all observing that this time has led to break the social distancing amongst our family members, which is an amazing way cause this time won’t come after the lockdown gets over. At this time people are contacting their loved ones through the latest technologies like mobile phones, laptops, or even tablets.
There were major changes in the households as well, no matter whatever is the class of the people lower, middle or upper, they all are making changes in their home. Upgrading their house, furniture, recycling, and reusing items, planting small plants in their balconies, some have started new hobbies like singing, dancing, etc. These changes work as mind-boosters, for the people.
The second change was the ways to connect to the people, no matter whatever is the class of the people they are contacting their loved ones through the latest technologies like mobile phones, laptops, or even tablets. Now we only have a lot of time with our families and relatives on the phones. A new thing that recently everybody has noticed that post corona virus, everyone wanted time for their loved ones, but couldn’t because they all were busy in their own small world called Mobile Phones, but, nowadays pre corona virus people are more into their families and they could also balance their workload in certain limits.
There is a new concept known as ‘WORK FROM HOME’. This concept has been accepted by all the people, but still, the time limit for every work was important and with the expenditure and financial conditions going down, the workload has reached its heights. Abrupt timings of work have made people stressed out a lot. Health issues like eye problems have started to grow amongst people. Sometimes the eye focus on the laptops makes people dizzy.
But as everyone is saying, it’s just time and we just need to be patient and face and fight the reality.
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BRAVEHEARTS appreciated in a unique way by a daughter of an Army Officer
The brave-hearts of the Country have always shown that it is the Nation that comes first, each time. Naam, Namak and Nishan is what matters the most to them.
Paying her respect to the Braveheart’s of the Nation, an Army Officer’s daughter, Jaspreet Sharma, has launched “Terre Pure’s Brave-Heart Series”, which includes After Shave, Shampoo, Body Wash, Body Scrub and other personal care items.
Jaspreet is the Founder of Terre-Pure Bath Essentials LLP. She has completed Strategic Management of Luxury and Lifestyle Business course from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, she has earned Masters in Business Administration and has learnt the art of handcrafted soaps from the National Institute of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship).
Terre Pure-Bath Essentials has already garnered appreciation, an excellent reputation, and a dedicated clientele of discerning users, who expect nothing but the best. Terre Pure- Bath Essentials was founded on 4 November 2017 and in Mar 2020 it was converted into a LLP. Jaspreet takes keen interest in social causes such as women empowerment and education. Terre Pure products are available on e-stores, Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA) outlets, Navya Store, Meherchand Market, Lodhi Road, Delhi and at many other retail chain stores.
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THE ROYAL JAI HO GROUP इस संस्था कि स्थापना 7 अगस्त 2016 को आकर्ष कुमार तिवारी एवं अभिषेक सिंह (सूर्या) द्वारा बहुत ही नेक विचार के साथ की गई थी।इस संस्था से जुड़े छात्र स्वामि विवेकानंद जी के आदर्शों पे चलने का प्रयास करते हैं और भारत को फिर से विश्व गुरु की उपाधि दिलाने के राज की प्रशस्त करने में पूरी निष्ठा के साथ लगे हुए हैं । शुरुआती दौर में इस संस्था से बहुत ही कम छात्र जुड़े हुए थे लेकिन फिर भी भावनाओं कि कोई कमी नहीं थी।छात्र अपना जेब खर्च बचा के गरीब व असहाय लोगों की मदद करते थे।जब इस संस्था द्वारा किए गए कार्यों की सराहना स्थानीय विधायक,संसद,प्रशासन एवं बहुचर्चित व्यक्तियों द्वारा कि गई तत्पश्चात कई सारे छात्रों ने अपना दिलचस्पी दिखाते हुए संस्था से जुड़ना आरंभ किया।इस संस्था की सबसे बड़ी खूबी यह है कि यहां कोई किसी से छोटा या बड़ा नही है,सब समान हैं और सबका एक ही लक्ष्य रहता है कि अगर हम किसी सुविधा का लाभ उठा रहे हैं तो हमारे छोटे या बड़े भाई - बहन उस सुविधा से वंचित ना रह जाएं।इस संस्था की सबसे बड़ी बात यह है कि यह संस्था किसी से भी fund नहीं लेती,संस्था से जुड़े छात्र स्वयं अपना जेब खर्च इकट्ठा करके जरूरतमंदों तक सुविधा पहुंचाते हैं।संस्था द्वारा किए गए प्रमुख कार्य जैसे बिहार राज्य में 2018 में बाढ़ पीड़ितों तक खाना पहुंचाया गया, हर वर्ष सर्द के मौसम में स्थानीय स्क्चोल वा गली मुहल्ले से कपड़ा एकत्रित कर जरूरतमंदों के बीच वितरण करना,यदि कोई जरूरतमंद किसी भी सरकारी सुविधा से वंचित रह जाता है तो उस तक सुविधा का लाभ पहुंचाना,2019 में medical camp का आयोजन किया गया जिसके तहत कई सारे लोगों का मुफ्त में इलाज व दवाई का प्रबंध कराया गया।ऐसे कई सारे कार्य संस्था द्वारा किए गए हैं।संस्था छात्रों के शिक्षा के प्रति बहुत सावधान रहती है,जिसके मद्दे नजर संस्था द्वारा "रॉयल शिक्षा अभियान" के तहत सर्वे करवाया गया और जरूरतमंद छात्रों तक सुविधाएं पहुंचाई गई।पांच सदस्यों के साथ शुरू हुई यह संस्था अब मोतिहारी जिला के अतिरिक्त 5 जिलों तक जरूरतमंदों को सुविधाएं उपलब्ध करवाने में सक्षम है।संस्था से जुड़े छात्रों का कहना है कि आने वाले समय में संस्था देश का नाम रौशन करेगी और छात्रों के सहयोग से देश का राह फिर से विश्व गुरु कहलाने के प्रति प्रशस्त करेगी।
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International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families
Adopted by General Assembly resolution 45/158 of 18 December 1990
The States Parties to the present Convention,
Taking into account the principles embodied in the basic instruments of the United Nations concerning human rights, in particular the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Convention on the Rights of the Child,
Taking into account also the principles and standards set forth in the relevant instruments elaborated within the framework of the International Labour Organisation, especially the Convention concerning Migration for Employment , the Convention concerning Migrations in Abusive Conditions and the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity and Treatment of Migrant Workers, the Recommendation concerning Migration for Employment , the Recommendation concerning Migrant Workers , the Convention concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour and the Convention concerning Abolition of Forced Labour, Reaffirming the importance of the principles contained in the Convention against Discrimination in Education of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
Recalling the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, the Declaration of the Fourth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, the Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials, and the Slavery Conventions,
Recalling that one of the objectives of the International Labour Organisation, as stated in its Constitution, is the protection of the interests of workers when employed in countries other than their own, and bearing in mind the expertise and experience of that organization in matters related to migrant workers and members of their families,
Recognizing the importance of the work done in connection with migrant workers and members of their families in various organs of the United Nations, in particular in the Commission on Human Rights and the Commission for Social Development, and in the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the World Health Organization, as well as in other international organizations,
Recognizing also the progress made by certain States on a regional or bilateral basis towards the protection of the rights of migrant workers and members of their families, as well as the importance and usefulness of bilateral and multilateral agreements in this field,
Realizing the importance and extent of the migration phenomenon, which involves millions of people and affects a large number of States in the international community,
Aware of the impact of the flows of migrant workers on States and people concerned, and desiring to establish norms which may contribute to the harmonization of the attitudes of States through the acceptance of basic principles concerning the treatment of migrant workers and members of their families,
Considering the situation of vulnerability in which migrant workers and members of their families frequently-find themselves owing, among other things, to their absence from their State of origin and to the difficulties they may encounter arising from their presence in the State of employment,
Convinced that the rights of migrant workers and members of their families have not been sufficiently recognized everywhere and therefore require appropriate international protection,
Taking into account the fact that migration is often the cause of serious problems for the members of the families of migrant workers as well as for the workers themselves, in particular because of the scattering of the family,
Bearing in mind that the human problems involved in migration are even more serious in the case of irregular migration and convinced therefore that appropriate action should be encouraged in order to prevent and eliminate clandestine movements and trafficking in migrant workers, while at the same time assuring the protection of their fundamental human rights,
Considering that workers who are non-documented or in an irregular situation are frequently employed under less favourable conditions of work than other workers and that certain employers find this an inducement to seek such labour in order to reap the benefits of unfair competition,
Considering also that recourse to the employment of migrant workers who are in an irregular situation will be discouraged if the fundamental human rights of all migrant workers are more widely recognized and, moreover, that granting certain additional rights to migrant workers and members of their families in a regular situation will encourage all migrants and employers to respect and comply with the laws and procedures established by the States concerned,
Convinced, therefore, of the need to bring about the international protection of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families, reaffirming and establishing basic norms in a comprehensive convention which could be applied universally...!