Hind Ratan Award honours prominent NRIs for their professional excellence and contributions to society. Prabhiraj played a crucial role in the evolution of UAE-based Aries Group as a global conglomerate. He established an office at his hometown and employs nearly 30 women as part of giving back policy and women empowerment. New Delhi (12-04-2018): Prabhiraj Nadarajan, a prominent UAE-based NRI entrepreneur and Managing Director of Aries Group of Companies has been conferred with the prestigious Hind Ratan Award for Corporate Leadership for his exceptional leadership qualities and business acumen. Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat presented the award at a function held at New Delhi on Sunday. UAE headquartered Aries Group is a multinational consortium of 47 companies
-Sreedevi Rajesh It's an everyday challenge for a pre-school teacher to find new and better ideas to make her class lively and interesting for her peers. Basically pre-schoolers are between 2 and 3 ½ yrs of age. To seek their attention and make the class interesting is the main gage for a pre-school teacher. Here, are some innovative ideas for meeting your challenges. Thematic Welcome The first task in a pre-schooler’s day is his/her transition from home to school. The toddlers should get a happy welcome at school. The teacher should be ornamented with a hearty smile and open broad hands to receive them into the class. As a preparation for the class, the teacher should also welcome children with concept related accessories in their hand. It can be a puppet, flashcard, figures, or
-Aishwerya Ravichandran A recent survey tells that at least 200 cities all over the world are facing a drastic water crisis. Among the 10 metropolitan cities, Bengaluru is the fastest moving towards ‘Day Zero’—a situation where taps start running dry with no water. ‘The assessment by Down To Earth’, an article published by a leading magazine gives a great hit for many cities across the globe on the day ahead of the World Water Day which is observed every year on March 22. The survey report tells that the garden city of India could go the Cape Town away. Cape Town, one of the richest cities of Africa, has been under severe water crisis with many reports had stated that the city’s taps will run dry this year, within the couple of months. The city has recently introduced the idea of ‘Da
-Aishwerya Ravichandran The analysis of the data based on the natural happiness of people living among countries present all over the world is published by the famous publications of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network every year. The analysis is based on various perspectives. The survey report ranks more than 100 countries every year by the happiness of the people living and the happiness of the people who are migrated. This year report on world happiness had a deep survey of 156 countries based on their happiness level of the hosts and 117 countries based on their immigrants happiness.The vital point in the survey is the variation in the level of happy standards of people living in the various countries all over the world.The survey report is actually r...
-Ben Geoffrey Marriage in the ancient world was vastly different from the modern world in the way I shall demonstrate in this following article. In a day and age where many marriages/relationships are failing and marriage being redefined in many ways I think it is now necessary that we clearly think about these issues and make a clear future road map. Now I’m going to put in a quote here by Plato from his works ‘Laws’. The context here is Plato is talking about the Laws that an ideal state should legislate and concerning marriage he finally says “Let there be one word concerning all marriages:–Every man shall follow, not after the marriage which is most pleasing to himself, but after that which is most beneficial to the state.” This statement would be extremely unwelcome in the mod
-Padmavathy Manoharan Education is no more something that boosts the confidence of the students, rather it kills the self-confidence in the students who can’t study or be mechanical up to the teachers' expectations, particularly in our Indian education system. On a positive note, we could say that this education system has made the students so competitive and made it possible for them to compete globally with the students abroad. We all know that Indian students play a major role in the commercial and economic growth of the countries abroad. This would be only because of the stringent and rigorous upbringing in their schools and colleges. Having seen the positive side of our education system, we should also admit that it has some great flaws as well, for plundering the creativity
-Padmavathy Manoharan Everything in today's world is so difficult but at the cost of facing such difficulties, we get stressed out easily. As everyone knows, getting stressed gives us various harmful effects, both physically and mentally. In today's modern life, a man without stress would be asked to undergo some medications. This is how the current scenario is! The reason for getting stressed out often can be anything. It could be financial problems or issues between relatives for may also be due to having a low level of self-confidence. So, people stressing out is not just because of the concerned individual, but the society is also holding its part. People should learn to react to a situation, be it something sad or something happy. Because getting over excited about a happy s...
- Padmavathy Manoharan Ask the younger generation of today, if they’d rather starve or go on a day without gadgets. This, of course, is a rhetoric question, because everyone knows the answer. Of course, they will choose to starve. Why blame just the younger generation! Their parents, uncles, aunts, and sometimes, even their grandparents are the ones to be blamed for getting addicted to today’s modern technology and unconsciously teaching their children the same. Shout at others without respect, your child will do the same. Be affectionate to everyone, your child will do the same. Eat nastily, your child will eat the same way. Beat the mercy of technology always, your child will do the same. Now, who is to be blamed? The younger ones or the elder ones? I am not a gadget's person a
-Sasi Sharma First of all, let me define the term friend for you again in my own words.“It’s just a person who’s truly and always by and on your side”. They may not actually be there but, you’ve probably understood what I meant. And you don’t have to keep making sure that this fact doesn’t get undermined; your friend does. That’s right. Your friend is one of your greatest well-wishers. To your friend, you’re like family. To your friend, you are important. And to your friend, you’re both smart and stupid (a remark which no one else gives). All of the above interpretations were acknowledged a lot in the past, but not so much today. Today, a “true” friend is someone who likes all of your profile pictures and posts on Facebook and Instagram. A “sweet” friend is someone who tags you i
-Padmavathy Manoharan Parenting a kid these days has become a tough row to hoe and neither the parents nor the children can be claimed to accept the whole blame. They both will have to share the inculpation of the fact that today's kids are being spoiled blindly. Rapid growing technologies also share equal responsibility for screwing up the children. Parents today never say the word “No” to their children. The parents who have very less time to spend for their children, want their children to have everything they ask for, so that they will be showcased as economically strong to the society. They never want their children to wait to get something they've asked for. Those days, parents used to buy gifts for their children for achieving great tasks like scoring first rank in class o