Mr. Nitesh Chandra, Country Manager of EFactor India, gives some Entrepreneurship advice to youth in this era when entrepreneurship is gaining solid grounds in the country: "The hype and glamour masks the commitment and persistence needed to succeed as an entrepreneur. I have tried to list some groundwork that one should undertake before one decides to go down this route"
The book, Puppet on the Fast Track, highlights the real problem of the corporate world - the lack of adept leaders. It is a satire on the leadership of today and a wake up call.
Its never about reporting news or facts or views. It is just about how to manipulate the psyche of the entire nation's population and turn them into oblivious, yet passionate puppets to someone else's vested interests.
It is a little known fact that dozens of wars are currently being waged around the world. Outside of the Middle East, most of these conflicts are shunned by, and receive almost no attention from the media. An even less known fact is that of the vastly untapped potential of young people in these zones and the significant role they can play in peace building.
In general, “media” simply means the various means of communication. For example, the Radio, Television, Newspapers & Magazines and the Internet are different types of media. The term can also be used as a collective noun for the press or news reporting agencies.
This year for Kyrgyzstan has become crucial. The turmoil which took place in Bishkek, April 7th this year, has become the milestone for the events that appeared in Southern Kyrgyzstan recently. Aygul Hanov from Kyrgyzstan tells us the first hand.
Piyush Tewari, the Founder of SaveLife Foundation, which was established in February 2008 in response to the ever-increasing incidents of road accident deaths due to lack of timely intervention to save the victims, narrates his real life experience and a few essential tips and steps on how the road accident fatalities can be reduced in this guest post at Youth Ki Awaaz.