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Project Shakti – A Win Win Situation

There’s incredible potential in rural markets. Started in the late 2000, Project Shakti had enabled Hindustan Lever to access 80,000 of India’s 638,000 villages. Hindustan Lever was not the only company recognizing the vast marketing potential in rural India. With 12.2% of the world population residing in the villages of India, the country’s rural FMCG market had a huge potential. When HLL shifted to the rural India, it faced many problems.

Zimbabwe – Military Junta in All-out War Against the People

I see that western diplomats in Zimbabwe and mainstream media have finally woken up to the fact that Mugabe is now nothing more than a figurehead. Catherine Philip of the Times in London reports online that, “The campaign of terror sweeping Zimbabwe is being directly organised by a junta that took over the running of the country after Robert Mugabe’s shock election defeat in March…

A Recap of the Torch Bearer – China’s Coming-Out Party

The Olympic torch relay for the Beijing Olympics has been in the news since it began. This article recounts the story of one man and his selection to be a part of the international torch run.

Five Factors Causing Global Food Shortages

Many factors contribute to the current world food shortage. Five, in particular, are most troubling. Rising fertilizer costs, subsidies for biofuel production, drought, unchecked population growth and poor food distribution systems all contribute to the global food shortage.

Chat About Roast Beijing Duck and Chinese History For Beijing 2008 Olympics

The method used at first in China for roasting a duck was almost the same as that used in the Western world for roasting a goose. It was called “roasting duck in the hermetic oven”. Were essentially those that characterized the Western mode of preparation of roast goose. An oven was built by laying stones or bricks. Therefore, don’t miss the opportunity of tasting this “delicacy in the land under heaven”, as the Chinese call it, when you come to watch or take part in the Beijing Olympics.

Culturist Tensions With My Muslim Friend

My oldest friend is Muslim. Political realities have complicated the simple camaraderie we had as teens.

International Widow’s Day Celebration

International Widows’ Day (23 June) is an occasion marked by women’s groups around the world. This date is also commemorated at the United Nations and is designated in many countries as a national holiday. When women on all continents, often divided by national boundaries and by ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and political differences, come together to celebrate their Day, they can look back to a tradition that represents at least nine decades of struggle for equality, justice, peace and development.

Ethnic Groups in South East Asia

There are many different ethnic groups in South East Asia originating from Myanmar (Burma), Tibet and various provinces in China, all with various different customs, traditions and beliefs which can be greatly admired and respected. Even the main groups can be sub divided further giving hundreds of different groups across Asia. There are some agencies still trying to document all these ethnic groups.

Human Rights For Apes in Spain

Spain is becoming a paradise for apes. The environmental committee of the Spanish parliament has approved a resolution that calls for the right to life and freedom for great apes. But while the rights of apes are increasing, the rights of humans are actually decreasing.

The Baroda Fine Arts College Debacle and Chandramohan

We can urge endlessly on artistic freedom and obscenity, site tons of examples to support our notion and finally, almost like a ritual, say: let the people decide. Are we clear about whom this people are? If we mean the Indian mass, are they experienced and educated enough to form an opinion concerning art issues on their own?

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