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DS Group Pilot Project Promotes Safe Drinking Water Practices 15 Villages at Assam

DS Group Pilot Project Promotes Safe Drinking Water Practices 15 Villages at Assam

By Rusen Kumar DS Group constantly nurtures its responsibility as a committed corporate citizen by regarding Corporate Social Responsibility as an integral part of its Business Objectives. The Company has been working on programs pan India with special focus on the North East. The CSR programs range from education to health to safe drinking water [...]

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HR Needs To Wake Up To CSR

HR Needs To Wake Up To CSR

By Suresh Kr Pramar Business houses in India are reportedly facing problems attracting and retaining talent. According to a survey conducted by HT-Shine.com the biggest challenge facing Human Resource Managers is talent acquisition and employee engagement. A majority of employees interviewed said that they were not going to stay with their present jobs for more [...]

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CSR Conclave in Bhopal on 19 October 2012

CSR Conclave in Bhopal on 19 October 2012

INDIACSR News Network BHOPAL: Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal is hosting a one day national level, CSR India Conclave, 2012 (www.csrindiaconclave.com) on 19th Oct 2012. It aims at bringing together CSR practitioners and other vital stakeholders to discuss and define CSR in the corporate strategy of an organization as well as an approach to [...]

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Tata Steel Announces Annual Bonus Packege for Workers

Tata Steel Announces Annual Bonus Packege for Workers

INDIACSR News Network JAMSHEDPUR: A Memorandum of Settlement dated 12th October, 2012 has been signed between the Steel Company and the Tata Workers’ Union, for Annual Bonus for the accounting year 2011-2012. The Union and Management has mutually agreed for introducing scheme for payment of annual bonus. As per the scheme the total payout for [...]

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Tata Main Hospital Upgrades Its  Critical Care Unit

Tata Main Hospital Upgrades Its Critical Care Unit

INDIACSR News Network JAMSHEDPUR: The newly Upgraded Critical Care Unit of Tata Main Hospital (TMH) was inaugurated today at the Hospital’s premises in the presence of senior officials of Tata Steel, doctors from TMH, members of Union, reputed doctors of the city and other employees of the company. Tata Steel invested Rs 3.98 Crores for [...]

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Vedanta Hindustan Zinc Plants 150,000 Saplings in 5 Months in Rajasthan

Vedanta Hindustan Zinc Plants 150,000 Saplings in 5 Months in Rajasthan

INDIACSR News Network UDAIPUR: During the World Environment week in June 2012, Vedanta’s Hindustan Zinc had taken up the initiative to plant 100,000 saplings at its business locations in Rajasthan. All the units of Hindustan Zinc participated in this drive and set-up a new record by planting 150,000 saplings in just 5 months. During the [...]

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Need To Give Industrialization A Human Face By Suresh Kr Pramar

Need To Give Industrialization A Human Face By Suresh Kr Pramar

By Suresh Kr Pramar The poor and marginalized tribals in the newly industrializing states of Chhattisgarh, Orissa and Jharkhand, are growing increasingly restless over the industrial policies being followed by the state governments.   Tribal population in these states claim that they have been caught in a triangle of violence (Naxalities, Corporates and Government), according to [...]

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International Conference on CSR in Jabalpur Today

International Conference on CSR in Jabalpur Today

Rusen Kumar from Jabalpur JABALPUR: Xavier Institute of Management, an educational wing of Xavier Institute of Development Action and Studies, Jabalpur is organizing two day International Conference on CSR  (http://www.ximj.ac.in/ICCSR/csr.htm) from 4 October to 5 October 2012. Jabalpur is a major town in the state of Madhya Pradesh. More than 100 participants are joining the [...]

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72% of Corporate Employees Afflicted to Heart Disease: ASSOCHAM Survey

72% of Corporate Employees Afflicted to Heart Disease: ASSOCHAM Survey

Night shifts can raise risk of heart stroke by more than 52% INDIACSR News Network NEW DELHI: Due to demanding schedules, high stress levels, lack of physical activity and poor eating habits, nearly 72% of the corporate  become more prone for the cardiovascular diseases, according to a recent survey conducted by ASSOCHAM on the occasion [...]

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Interview with Niyati Sareen, GM-Corporate Responsibility,Hindustan Construction

Interview with Niyati Sareen, GM-Corporate Responsibility,Hindustan Construction

INDIACSR News Network Niyati Sareen is General Manager – Corporate Responsibility with Hindustan Construction Company Ltd (HCC). She spearheads HCC’s sustainability practices in the areas of Water initiatives, Disaster Response and Relief, HIV/AIDS awareness, Community Development and Education. Niyati Sareen shares her thoughts on CSR, her view on CSR in India and CSR best practices [...]

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