UNITY IN DIVERSITY दिल्ली
UNITY IN DIVERSITY
In India, diversity of cultures, ethnic groups, languages, communities, religions and physiography are the main roots of regionalism.During ancient times, India remained the land of many lands. Culture of southern India is very different from the north, the east and the west. Even after Independence of India in 1947 some Politicians said that "Indian Democracy will not going to survive as it is too diverse to be united as a single nation" but now we proved that it is not our differences that divide us, it is our inability to recognize, accept and respect those differences.
We the people may belong to different countries, state, city, religion and culture but the most important thing is that we all belong to one human race so, accept the differences and respect every person whether poor or rich, black or white, educated or non educated so that we can make this world a beautiful place and also respect and care all other creatures as we are the superiors and its our duty to serve and protect the biodiversity...
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IS CHINA CHEATING?
IT SEEMS TO BE LIKE THAT THE VACCINE WILL TAKE TIME TO COME. I JUST WANT TO TALK ABOUT THAT IF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HAS COME FROM CHINA THAT THEY MUST HAVE THE VACCINE BECAUSE THE ORIGIN HAS IT'S END.
I DON'T KNOW BUT JUST THINK ABOUT IT GUYS, THE DISEASE COME FROM CHINA AND THIS DISEASE SPREAD ALL OVER THE WORLD AND NOW CHINA HAVE ONLY 129 CASES ALL. ISN'T WEIRD? HOW THEY CONTROL THIS?
I THINK THAT SOMETHING IS FISHY. THEY ARE HIDING FROM US SOMETHING?
DID CHINA WANT THE WORLD TO END?
DID THEY HAVE ANY VACCINE?
OR IS THERE ANY MASTERPLAN BEHIND ALL THIS?
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Fantasy and dreams must for life. Without dreams we start feeling dull. If we make some goal and targets, we have to achieve at some stage of life. Goods aspect and angle too, for future to feel good.
Childhood is the stage where all start moulding towards what our parents want to make us. While teen age in no body try to understand the life future, only joly and in any case want to enjoy the time, don’t think about the future. Working stage start only thinks to make lifestyle better and better. When we start running toward the mature stage, start thinking what could be next.
Means at the middle stage the thoughts start coming, how would be our next stage of life. Only routine and drinking eating gives us a bore like circumstances, if we plan and master plan for the next stages, how good, thus we start feeling enthusiasm and feel happiness for the coming days. The master plans for the future, what more we can add to our lifestyle, what new could be which fill our mind with satisfaction and quench, can bring us out of the boring and dull life. Also we can bring more sweetness and softening in the relations, because others too feel that the person has a long future sight and plans. Thus as per my experience and thoughts it is must to be happy to make future plans, whether middle age or young.
If I give my personal thoughts, it is a must for me now, to make a target to live the life, otherwise I start feeling depression toward life. This is because I made many goals, to travel abroad, buy a big car, and would like a group of intellectual people. One more topic I would like to mention that I want to be more romantic with my wife. Anyhow rest in the next. Thanks.
Aspiring businessmen looking for inspiration would do well to study the achievements of India’s greatest businessmen. Here is one of the greatest stories of our Indian Entrepreneur who have not only surpassed by his hard work but his dynamism. Jeevesh Sabharwal who has managed to make his fortune, particularly for Indian businesses and succeeded in that environment went the extra mile to succeed. We will give you a broad outline of his amazing journey. Let’s get back in history and explore more about his life’s achievements & inspiring anecdotes.
Jeevesh Sabharwal- A Real Business Tycoon
Jeevesh Sabharwal is a pioneering figure in India’s real estate industry. He began his career in the International trade division as well as look after the purchases of land for construction of the hotels, industrials, residential projects of the group. Worked with the construction industries, he won the contracts to build roads in several regions of India. Jeevesh went into his business in, which is how he came to acquire monetary help from his father after his established company defaulted on some debentures. Once Jeevesh took over, he served many different trade divisions at the international levels and got the partnership with them.
He started out by completing his graduation from Western International University, USA & setting up a unit of real estate industry in India. His dream was to set-up an innovative real estate company, sustainable community and developed residency. Now, his company called Horizon Buildcon Pvt Ltd has built up its individuality in the market. As one of the leading business tycoon in India, Jeevesh Sabharwal is still working towards building a better world and better India.
Jeevesh Sabharwal story with Horizon Buildcon
In 2006, Jeevesh has established his own Company named Horizon Buildcon Pvt Ltd and went on to envisioning, building, and developing residential, mixed-use, and sustainable communities. The company illustrious reputation remains unparalleled in the NCR/North India. It leads the industry in raising the standard of commitment to innovation and value appreciation. He has been in the business of construction ranging from building societies, residential, industrial projects, roadways projects, commercial complex and so on.
His success is due largely to a mix of strong attributes — choice locations, on time launches and delivery of projects, attractive pricing and constant product refinement.
Jeveesh Sabharwal, is a sincere businessman from the Horizon Buildcon Pvt Ltd of Delhi (India) and also holds Group Offices situated in China as well as in Dubai MBA confessed that it was juicy when he first offered in the real estate business. “Every business type comes with challenges but with dedication and determination, I was able to progress”
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Big breaking by ICAI!!!!
Finally ICAI has declared opinion regarding exams!!!
Two ways for writing exams
- opt out
- not opt out
Opt out students can write their exams in NOV 2020 and all the exemption and examination fee will be carry forward to Nov 2020 attempt
Not opt out candidate can write their exams as usual in July 2020 if government of India gives the permission
Another bad day!
He’s 60. An excellent bike rider. He has been riding bike since 20 long years and yet he hasn’t met with a single accident.
He was passionate about car driving too. However, due to lack of money, he couldn’t own a car very early in his life. He finally managed to buy a car at the age of 55 years. Motivated by his passion, he learned driving at such a later stage in life. He successfully completed his training and pursued a licence for the same.
Although he had completed his training, he wasn’t as confident and skilled at car driving as he was in bike riding. However, he never stopped trying to get better at driving.
One day, Harry started to practise a new skill in driving. He kept trying to move the car in a reverse gear. However, multiple number of attempts turned out to be a failure. He still did not give up. After some more trials, his ears heard the roaring of car engine while his nose smelled something burning. He was advised to stop trying in order to keep the car from getting more damaged. Feeling ashamed, Harry stopped his practise and parked the car in whatever position it had taken!
It was difficult for him to digest the fact that he failed at doing something. After a few minutes of cursing the road itself, Harry went on to do his daily chores. He got onto his bike, removed the stand, his hands held the clutch and accelerator while his mind was still caught in the feelings of disappointment, frustration and shame. As soon as he kick-starts the bike, it gets raised and he loses the control over it. He tries hard to get the control back. Helplessly, he lets the bike bump into the wall in front! Gasp!
What did just happen?
Harry was still trying to gather what had just happened. The shock had left him with pounding heart, racing breath and pain in his stomach. On the other hand, he was trying to deal with the negative emotions which came up as a byproduct of the whole incident. He had not failed only in something he wasn’t good at but he also failed doing something that he’s very much skilled in!
Well, the situation Harry finds himself in, is not an uncommon one. Often we come across times when ‘nothing’ goes right! We keep getting stuck at things constantly one after the other. Do you remember any time in your life when you’ve said ‘aaj ka din hi kharab hai!’ ? I’m sure each one of us has had such an experience at least once in a lifetime. Have we ever speculated about why does it happen so? And is there anything we can do about it?
Time flies so fast in daily busy life that we rarely sit with such questions and try finding answers to them. Cleverly, we find some or the other shortcut. Some of us end up blaming it onto the fortune or the position of planets or our enemy. Are these really the reasons for such situations? Moreover, is it enough to find something to blame the situation on? Is there anything else that can explain the situation better? The answer is yes! I would like to make an attempt to explain what it is and how does it work. And a good news about it is that you can have fairly better control at it than on your fortune, the position of planets or your enemies.
The answer is – emotions. Let’s go back to Harry’s story.
Why did harry lose control over his bike in spite of being a skilled rider? Prominently because his mind was filled with the feelings of shame, frustration and disappointment, he was left with fewer cognitive resources to be allocated to the action of riding. Because of lack of mental energy, he actually ‘forgot’ to check which gear the bike was in!
In other words, failure in one situation spilled over to other situation because the negative emotions were carried forward and not vented out. Many times this happens due to several reasons ranging from lack of knowledge about the phenomenon to simply because you don’t consider yourself to be an ‘emotional’ person! The taboo about being ‘emotional’ actually stops you from understanding an inseparable and important part of yourself.
Understanding and identifying emotions is not as challenging as it sounds! Asking yourself a few questions can help you accomplish the task. Ask yourself ‘how am I feeling?’ Am I feeling irritated? Am I feeling angry? Am I feeling weak? Or burdened? Or sad? Or confused? You may go ahead with your list of vocabulary for emotions until you find the answer. Most of the times you will find more than one answer and that is absolutely fine!
The question that arises now is ‘how?’. How can I ‘vent out’ emotions? Does that need me to cry? The answer is, not necessarily each time! However, if it is needed, remember it’s not a sign of weakness but a healthy practise for your mind.
You may use your own unique ways to vent out emotions. (Disclaimer: acts that harm you CANNOT be healthy ways to do that!) For instance, consider talking to someone you are close to- can be your spouse, mother, a dear friend or even your dog! If you find nobody to talk to, remember you can help yourself. Stand in front of the mirror, smile and have a conversation with your personal expert-yourself. You don’t feel like talking? You can definitely pen down or type whatever is there on your mind. You can also call up or visit a counsellor in order to have a listening ear! (Remember, you need not be ‘crazy’ or ‘stupid’ to approach a counsellor!)
Emotions are the fuel in your car which will help you move. But unfortunately, they don’t know which direction to take you in. Once you give them enough time and attention, the steering wheel of your car will be in your hands! Now you are better equipped to go ahead!
It has taken a pandemic to realise how important is the physical health. Unfortunately, recent statistics enlist suicide to be the leading causes of death in non-COVID individuals. Moreover, suicide rate is likely to raise sharply due to economic struggles once the lockdown period is over. The time has come to take care of our mental health too so that we can avoid witnessing more severe mental health issues in the near future.
Stay home, stay safe, stay healthy!
Riya Chakraborty arrives at the hospital to visit the body of Sushant Singh Rajput, the affair of social media is on
Sushant Singh Rajput is no longer in this world. With the news of his suicide, the fans are also in the can with the film world. He will be cremated this evening. Sushant and Rhea Chakraborty's affair was reported from last one year. Rhea Chakraborty did not post any post on social media after the actor's death.
However, this morning Rhea Chakraborty, a close friend of Sushant Singh Rajput, reached Cooper Hospital where the body of the actor is kept. Police will also interrogate her in the case of Sushant's suicide. Rhea's pictures are going viral on social media.
The sadness on her face clearly shows that she is deeply saddened by Sushant's death. The police is now preparing to interrogate his friends in the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case. According to the news, Sushant called Rhea just one night before his death, but she did not pick up the phone.
The funeral of actor Sushant Singh Rajput will be performed on Monday at Pawan Hans Crematorium Ghat in suburban Vile Parle. Police had said on Sunday that the actor committed suicide by hanging himself at his Bandra home. He was 34 years old.
An official of the police said that Mumbai police found out in the investigation that the actor was also taking medicines for depression. The official said that no letter has been recovered from the spot. Apart from Mumbai Police, Crime Branch officials also went to their rented flat on Sunday but nothing suspicious was found. The Rajputs lived with their two cooks and a domestic helper.
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Koronavírus - Meghalt két beteg, 4077-re emelkedett a fertőzöttek száma - alon.hu
Kedden szavaz a veszélyhelyzet megszüntetéséről.
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Pirmajā ceturksnī ar zaudējumiem Latvijā strādājušas piecas bankas - TVNET
Latvijā šogad pirmajā ceturksnī ar zaudējumiem strādājušas piecas bankas, tostarp lielākie zaudējumi bija bankai "Citadele", liecina Finanšu nozares asociācijas apkopotie dati.
2020.gada pirmaj ceturksn bankas "Citadele" zaudjumi bija 8,213 miljonu eiro apmr pretstat peai gadu iepriek. Tpat ar zaudjumiem ogad pirmajos trijos mneos strdjuas "Industra Bank", "PrivatBank", "Baltic International Bank" un "Expobank". "Industra Bank" zaudjumi ogad pirmaj ceturksn bija 2,025 miljonu eiro apmr pretstat peai gadu iepriek, "PrivatBank" zaudjumi veidoja 1,858 miljonus eiro, kas ir 2,1 reizi vairk nek 2019.gada pirmaj ceturksn, "Baltic International Bank" zaudjumi pieaugui 2,8 reizes, sasniedzot 442 200 eiro, bet "Expobank" zaudjumi pieaugui par 35,8%, sasniedzot 320 100 eiro. Vienlaikus lielk pea 2020.gada pirmaj ceturksn starp Latvijas bankm bija "Swedbank" - ogad pirmaj ceturksn "Swedbank" pea bija 26,137 miljoni eiro, kas ir par 10% mazk nek 2019.gada pirmaj ceturksn. Seko "SEB banka", kuras pea ogad pirmaj ceturksn bija 7,097 miljoni eiro, kas ir par 43,7% mazk nek 2019.gada attiecgaj period. Asocicijas datos nav uzrdti "Rietumu bankas", kura nav asocicijas biedrs, dati. Pc bankas publiskots informcijas, "Rietumu bankas" pea ogad pirmaj ceturksn bija 6,896 miljoni eiro, kas ir par 6,8% mazk nek 2019.gada pirmaj ceturksn, tdjdi pc gts peas apmra ierindojot "Rietumu banku" treaj pozcij. Tpat asocicijas dati ar liecina, ka "Rigensis Bank" pea ogad pirmaj ceturksn bija 2,003 miljoni eiro, kas ir divas reizes vairk nek gadu iepriek, bet "LPB Bank" pea bija 1,729 miljoni eiro, kas ir pieaugums par 2,1%. Vienlaikus "Signet Bank" pea ogad pirmaj ceturksn bija 575 600 eiro, kas ir pieaugums 14,8 reizes saldzinjum ar pagju gada pirmo ceturksni, "Reionls investciju bankas" pea bija 143 400 eiro, kas ir samazinjums 10 reizes, bet "BlueOrange Bank" pea bija 141 000 eiro, kas ir kritums 22,6 reizes. Asocicij neinform par ts biedru "OP Corporate Bank" fililes Latvij darbbas rezulttiem, k ar par "Luminor Bank" Latvijas fililes rezulttiem. Kopum Latvijas banku sektors 2020.gada pirmaj ceturksn strdjis ar peu 24,503 miljonu eiro apmr, kas ir par 63,4% mazk nek gadu iepriek.