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11000 Crore Amrut Push to Fuel Realty Growth

11000 Crore Amrut Push to Fuel Realty Growth

IndiaCSR News Network NEW DELHI: Earlier this year on 25 June, the current Government of India had announced development of 500 cities under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) plan for Smart India Mission. For the same, centre has finally begun with efforts by clearing proposals worth Rs. 11,654 crore that are […]

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Provide Constitution of India to every Gram Panchayat and start 24×7 TV Channel, Says Rusen Kumar

Provide Constitution of India to every Gram Panchayat and start 24×7 TV Channel, Says Rusen Kumar

Constitution Day of India, 26 Nov, 2015, No Stock of latest version of Constitution of India Since 1 Year Provide Constitution of India to every Gram Panchayat and start 24×7 TV Channel to create constitutional awareness, says Rusen Kumar* IndiaCSR News Network RAIPUR: 26 November is being observed as the Constitution Day of India, but the […]

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Going Olive Green – Choice of a Responsibly Smart Company 

Going Olive Green – Choice of a Responsibly Smart Company 

Written by Keshav Sridhar Duty, Honour, Loyalty, Integrity, Respect and Selfless Service are the core values of an Armed Forces Professional and the Soldiers/Officers of the Indian Army have always been an epitome of this value system. These values may seem too idealistic to the Corporate World. However, in reality, many companies are spending lakhs of […]

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School Sanitation and Role of Corporate, Time to Act

School Sanitation and Role of Corporate, Time to Act

Written by Nirbhay Lumde Education and health are inseparable (two sides of the same coin). The provision of accessibility to safe water and basic sanitation facilities in schools is the first step towards setting up healthy physical environment for learning and overall wellbeing. Access to safe drinking water, basic sanitation and hygiene education in schools […]

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How pure is the Air we breathe? by V George Antony

How pure is the Air we breathe? by V George Antony

Written by V George Antony Taking a few seconds from my work and enjoying the rain through my window pane in office, I watched the dust being washed away outside from the window by the rain. So much of dust is there because of the construction, and smoke from vehicles going through the road. All this […]

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Realty Sector Pushing for Corporate Social Responsibility

Realty Sector Pushing for Corporate Social Responsibility

IndiaCSR News Network NEW DELHI: As the festive season is nearing its end with Diwali and the winter season to commence thereafter, it is crucial to understand the importance of health during the entire winter season which must not be ignored at any cost. Fortunate segment of population which is able to beat the cold […]

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CSR, Skills and Inclusion

CSR, Skills and Inclusion

 Written by Prof. Colin Coulson-Thomas Recently I presented the Digital Challenge Skills and Inclusion Award 2015 at a dinner at the UK’s House of Lords which was hosted by The Earl of Erroll, Chair of the Digital Policy Alliance. The event was held in the Peers Dining Room and followed an annual Next Gen conference […]

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Are governments that bad for CSR?

Are governments that bad for CSR?

Written by Bengt Johansson  Richard Welford gives in the latest newsletter 10 negative views on the governments’ CSR work and 5 hints what they should do instead. For me having been Swedish CSR Ambassador 2012-2015 I am willing to argue against what I see of misconceptions. Richard might have Asian governments in his mind but […]

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Gandhiji’s concept of Trusteeship and its Practical Application by Dr. Kurian John Melamparambil

Gandhiji’s concept of Trusteeship and its Practical Application by Dr. Kurian John Melamparambil

Written By Padmasri Dr. Kurian John Melamparambil Gandhiji, Father of our Nation, is the first person who actually made me think. His autobiography- ‘The stories of my experiments with truth’ was the first book which touched me. I had read it during my school days. All of us should have a vision, mission and passion on […]

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Hits and misses of Baijal panel report on CSR by Asish K Bhattacharyya

Hits and misses of Baijal panel report on CSR by Asish K Bhattacharyya

Wrong on penalty for non-compliance, exclusion of employee services cost from CSR spending Written by Asish K Bhattacharyya  The high-level committee, headed by former secretary Anil Baijal, to suggest measures for improved monitoring of the implementation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, submitted its report in September, 2015. The committee observes that the government should […]

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