Women at top business positions can contribute towards Global Economy as much as China and India


Women’s role as productive members of the society has always been underlined by numerous thinkers, scholars and gender equality activists. If we don’t diverge out attention towards the biased attitude of male co-workers with their female counterparts, we can focus our attention towards the role that women can play in global economy. Beth A. BrookeContinue reading “Women at top business positions can contribute towards Global Economy as much as China and India”

Views from China Experts on Challenges facing the nation in 2012 and the way forward


Recently a show was hosted by CNN called “On China” where Kristie Lu Stout asked questions from experts on China that the whole wants an answer to. The timing of the show was perfect as America is waiting to decisive moments in its presidential election 2012 and with each candidate talked about his strategy duringContinue reading “Views from China Experts on Challenges facing the nation in 2012 and the way forward”

Canadian website blocked in France for showing French Presidents as swingers in its advertisement


A Canadian adultery website that is called “AshleyMadison.com” was blocked by French Police on 24 Oct, 2012 for putting up French presidents as womanizers on its website. The list of presidents included in the website includes likes of Francois Mitterrand, Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande. The strapline of this website reads, “What doContinue reading “Canadian website blocked in France for showing French Presidents as swingers in its advertisement”

Bonded labor still existing in high-growth Construction Industry and many other Industries in India and South-Asia


Siddharth Kara, an anti Human Trafficking expert has shared some of his research findings while doing primary research for his book “Bonded Labor: Tackling the System of Slavery in South Asia,” The book aims at assessing the position of bonded laborers in South-Asia. Siddharth had also written about the problem of debt-bondage, human trafficking andContinue reading “Bonded labor still existing in high-growth Construction Industry and many other Industries in India and South-Asia”

Turkey facing the heat from international Press Freedoms watchdog over keeping Independent Journalists in Jail


In the report of an international organization that is dedicated towards the cause of press freedom. It has marked the regime of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to be the most rigid regime in the world to let the media function independent of any pressure from the administration. “Committee to Protect Journalists” is theContinue reading “Turkey facing the heat from international Press Freedoms watchdog over keeping Independent Journalists in Jail”

BBC Poll findings reveal the rest of the world in favor of Mr. Obama in 2012 US Presidential Elections


In what happens to be the latest poll on which presidential candidate’s side is the American population drifted more in comparison to the other, the answer is Barack Obama. I am not saying this folks, but BBC World Service poll is claiming it to be so, on the responses received from people belonging to aroundContinue reading “BBC Poll findings reveal the rest of the world in favor of Mr. Obama in 2012 US Presidential Elections”

Decoding the Romney claim of President Obama’s response on Benghazi attacks in second Presidential Debate


You may have heard about a lot of confusing analysis on Obama-Romney election campaigns and their suggested course of action that they are going to resolve to in order to address these concerns. 22nd October, Monday’s debate (Third in the series) is going to focus on broader issues of Afghanistan and Pakistan, Israel and Iran,Continue reading “Decoding the Romney claim of President Obama’s response on Benghazi attacks in second Presidential Debate”