Sunday, 26 January 2014

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT




"A woman is dynamic in the many roles she plays"

Hello readers !! 


I have tried to pen down my thoughts on Women Empowerment. Hope you like it !!!


Women constitute almost 50% of the world's population. As per as their social status is concerned, they are not treated as equal to men in all the places. 


Empowering may be understood as enabling people, especially women to acquire and possess power resources, in order to make decision on their own or resist decisions that are made by others that affect them. A person may said to be powerful when he/she has control over a large portion of power resources in society. The extent of possession of various resources such as personal wealth, such as land skills, education, information, knowledge, social status, position held, leadership trains, capabilities of mobilization.


It is now widely believed that empowerment of women i.e., providing equal rights, opportunities and responsibilities to women, will go a long way in removing the existing gender discrimination. Women empowerment in contemporary Indian society in forms of their work, education, health and media images in the forms oftheir work, education, health and media images in the context of lineage, rule of residence and household chores, their context of lineage, rule of residence and household chores, their participation in social and political activities, their legal status in terms of marriage, divorce and inheritance of property, seeking wealth care should be taken into consideration. Empowerment in terms of knowledge and awareness of ones own life and society including legal raise their status with regarded to the lives. While empowerment deals with her or his expectation arising out of the situation. Similarly, a role deals with duties and obligations wile empowerment deals with rights. For instance, it is commonly assumed that the most is a woman, a wife a cook, a teacher of her children and daughter-in-law and so on.

Empowering may be understood as enabling people, especially women to acquire and possess power resources, in order to make decision on their own or resist decisions that are made by others that affect them. A person may said to be powerful when he/she has control over a large portion of power resources in society. The extent of possession of various resources such as personal wealth, such as land skills, education, information, knowledge, social status, position held, leadership trains, capabilities of mobilization. In India, the question of payment for household jobs has not really been an important issue or demand. As we shall see, there are many other issues, which require urgent attention. At the same time, it is important for us to remember that non-payment should not also mean non-recognition. The fact that women are expected to perform all these tasks as a part of their conventional roles and on special merit is awarded to them for these tiring and 
tiresome jobs.

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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Mail sent by Narayan Murthy to all Infosys staff:


Mail sent by Narayan Murthy to all Infosys staff:

1-If you are working more than 9 hr then dont need to join Infosys.

2-If you are working on saturday and sunday dont join infosys (for IT).

3-Whatever time define in your task complete within time.

Fire all people who fall in criteria 1,2,3.



It’s half past 8 in the office but the lights are still on… PCs still running, coffee machines still buzzing… And who’s at work? Most of them ??? Take a closer look…

All or most specimens are ?? Something male species of the human race…

Look closer… again all or most of them are bachelors…

And why are they sitting late? Working hard? No way!!! Any guesses??? Let’s ask one of them… Here’s what he says… ‘What’s there 2 do after going home…
Here we get to surf, AC, phone, food, coffee that is why I am working late…Importantly no bossssssss!!!!!!!!!!!’

This is the scene in most research centers and software companies and other 
Off-shore offices.

Bachelors ‘Passing-Time’ during late hours in the office just bcoz they say 
they’ve nothing else to do… Now what are the consequences…

‘Working’ (for the record only) late hours soon becomes part of the institute or company culture.

With bosses more than eager to provide support to those ‘working’ late in the form of Taxi vouchers, food vouchers and of course good feedback, (oh, he’s a hard worker….. goes home only to change..!!). They aren’t helping things too…

To hell with bosses who don’t understand the difference between ‘sitting’ late and ‘working’ late!!!

Very soon, the boss start expecting all employees to put in extra working hours.

So, My dear Bachelors let me tell you, life changes when u get married and start having a family… office is no longer a priority, family is… and That’s when the problem starts… b’coz u start having commitments at home too.

For your boss, the earlier ‘hardworking’ guy suddenly seems to become a ‘early leaver’ even if u leave an hour after regular time… after doing the same amount of work.

People leaving on time after doing their tasks for the day are labelled as work-shirkers…

Girls who thankfully always (its changing nowadays… though) leave on time are labelled as ‘not up to it’. All the while, the bachelors pat their own backs and carry on ‘working’ not realizing that they r spoiling the work culture at their own place and never realize that they would have to regret at one point of time.

So what’s the moral of the story??
* Very clear, LEAVE ON TIME!!!
* Never put in extra time ‘ unless really needed ‘
* Don’t stay back unnecessarily and spoil your company work culture which will in turn cause inconvenience to you and your colleagues.

There are hundred other things to do in the evening..

Learn music…..

Learn a foreign language…

Try a sport… TT, cricket………..

Importantly, get a girl friend or boy friend, take him/her around town…

* And for heaven’s sake, net cafe rates have dropped to an all-time low (plus, no fire-walls) and try cooking for a change.

Take a tip from the Smirnoff ad: *’Life’s calling, where are you??’*

Please pass on this message to all those colleagues and please do it before leaving time, don’t stay back till midnight to forward this!!!

IT’S A TYPICAL INDIAN MENTALITY THAT WORKING FOR LONG HOURS MEANS VERY HARD WORKING & 100% COMMITMENT ETC.

PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY SIT LATE IN THE OFFICE DON’T KNOW TO MANAGE THEIR TIME. SIMPLE !

Regards, 

NARAYAN MURTHY.



Women Expatriates




Women Expatriates
   
  Woman expatriate is any person living in a different country from where they are a citizen. In common usage, the term is often used in the context of professionals sent abroad by their companies, so skilled women professionals working in another country are described as women expatriates.
Now a day, working abroad is a growing issue for those organizations, who have long recognized the need to establish (human) resources on both local and international levels. Many international organizations employ a number of both male and female expatriate employees to facilitate the transfer of such skills and experience.
As the world becomes more globalised, organizations are increasingly looking to staff overseas positions by employing more expatriates. This trend is evident in the gradual increase in females showing an interest in “improving their international career prospects and companies begin to realize that actively drawing women into their pool of candidates for overseas postings can give them a distinct competitive advantage” said Gunn.


Need for woman expatriates:-
Ø The need to perform specific project work
Ø Ongoing management of a country’s operation
Ø Local knowledge transfer and management development





     Young women in general are not considered as internationally mobile as men. However, those that are mobile get caught up in fast-paced careers that involve travelling and international relocation. Many young females find themselves living and working abroad often at the cost of meaningful relationships and a sense of belonging.
Although barriers to female international advancement continue to exist, I suppose it clearly indicates a need for a more dynamic understanding of international employee management and the role of organizational and HR leaders in ensuring that the organization chooses a female employee who is capable of contributing both to the organization’s current and future success while effectively managing cross-cultural relationships.

Advantages of woman expatriates:-
v By giving them higher organizational visibility
v Enabling them to build strong interpersonal relationships
v Allowing them to adapt more successfully to life as a foreigner
v Enhance awareness and appreciation of cultures
v Success in international business








Strategic Importance of Woman Expatriates:-
There are two areas of strategic importance of woman expatriates.
ü Firstly, they will receive a premium in doing business overseas when they appoint a woman. Especially in Asia, women expats have the advantage of being highly regarded as professionals and are able to integrate into sometimes even larger business networks than their male counterparts. This will lead to increased business results.


ü Secondly, by stimulating and actively supporting female expat careers, the pool of talent for top management positions gets filled with a larger number of qualified individuals. This increases the chance of appointing the right person for the right top job. With more women becoming expats it can be expected that traditional assumptions and the related questions will gradually disappear.

There is no doubt that women have made significant progress into the male-dominated expatriate world.



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Monday, 16 September 2013

Hindu by Birth.



A Hindu guy was flying from JFK New York Airport to 
SFO San Francisco Airport CA to attend a meeting at Monterey, CA.

An American girl was sitting on the right side, near window seat. 
It indeed was a long journey - it would take nearly seven hours.

He was surprised to see the young girl reading a Bible unusual of young Americans. After some time she smiled and we had few acquaintances talk.He told her that I am from India

Then suddenly the girl asked: 'What's your faith?' 'What?' He didn't understand the question.

'I mean, what's your religion? Are you a Christian? Or a Muslim?'

'No!' He replied, 'He am neither Christian nor Muslim'.

Apparently she appeared shocked to listen to that. 'Then who are you?' “I am a Hindu”, He said.

She looked at him as if she was seeing a caged animal. She could not understand what He was talking about.

A common man in Europe or US knows about Christianity and Islam, as they are the leading religions of the world today.

But a Hindu, what?

He explained to her - I am born to a Hindu father and Hindu mother. Therefore, I am a Hindu by Birth.

'Who is your prophet?' she asked.

'We don't have a prophet,' He replied.

'What's your Holy Book?'

'We don't have a single Holy Book, but we have hundreds and thousands of philosophical and sacred scriptures,'
He replied.

'Oh, come on at least tell me who is your God?'

'What do you mean by that?'

'Like we have Jesus and Muslims have Allah - don't you have a God?'

He thought for a moment. Muslims and Christians believe one God (Male God) who created the world and takes an interest in the humans who inhabit it. Her mind is conditioned with that kind of belief.

According to her (or anybody who doesn't know about Hinduism), a religion needs to have one Prophet, one Holy book and one God. The mind is so conditioned and rigidly narrowed down to such a notion that anything else is not acceptable. He understood her perception and concept about faith. You can't compare Hinduism with any of the present leading religions where you have to believe in one concept of God.

He tried to explain to her: 'You can believe in one God and he can be a Hindu. You may believe in multiple deities and still you can be a Hindu. What's more - you may not believe in God at all, still you can be a Hindu. An Atheist can also be a Hindu.'

This sounded very crazy to her. She couldn't imagine a religion so unorganized, still surviving for thousands of years, even after onslaught from foreign forces.

'I don't understand but it seems very interesting. Are you religious?'

What can He tell to this American girl?

He said: 'I do not go to Temple regularly. I do not make any regular rituals. I have learned some of the rituals in my younger days. I still enjoy doing it sometimes'.

'Enjoy? Are you not afraid of God?'

'God is a friend. No- I am not afraid of God. Nobody has made any compulsions on me to perform these rituals regularly.'

She thought for a while and then asked: 'Have you ever thought of converting to any other religion?'

'Why should I? Even if I challenge some of the rituals and faith in Hinduism, nobody can convert me from Hinduism. Because, being a Hindu allows me to think independently and objectively, without conditioning. I remain as a Hindu never by force, but choice.' He told her that Hinduism is not a religion, but a set of beliefs and practices. It is not a religion like Christianity or Islam because it is not founded by any one person or does not have an organized controlling body like the Church or the Order, I added. There is no institution or authority..

'So, you don't believe in God?' she wanted everything in black and white.

'I didn't say that. I do not discard the divine reality. Our scripture, or Sruthis or Smrithis - Vedas and Upanishads or the Gita - say God might be there or he might not be there. But we pray to that supreme abstract authority (Para Brahma) that is the creator of this universe.'

'Why can't you believe in one personal God?'

'We have a concept - abstract - not a personal god. The concept or notion of a personal God, hiding behind the clouds of secrecy, telling us irrational stories through few men whom he sends as messengers, demanding us to worship him or punish us, does not make sense. I don't think that God is as silly as an autocratic emperor who wants others to respect him or fear him.' He told her that such notions are just fancies of less educated human imagination and fallacies, adding that generally ethnic religious practitioners in Hinduism believe in personal Gods. The entry level Hinduism has over-whelming superstitions too. The philosophical side of Hinduism negates all superstitions.

'Good that you agree God might exist. You told that you pray. What is your prayer then?'

'Loka Samastha Sukino Bhavantu. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti,'


'Funny,' she laughed, 'What does it mean?'

'May all the beings in all the worlds be happy. Let there be Peace, Peace,and Peace every where.'

'Hmm ..very interesting. I want to learn more about this religion. It is so democratic, broad-minded and free' she exclaimed.

'The fact is Hinduism is a religion of the individual, for the individual and by the individual with its roots in the Vedas and the Bhagavad-Gita. It is all about an individual approaching a personal God in an individual way according to his temperament and inner evolution - it is as simple as that.'

'How does anybody convert to Hinduism?'

'Nobody can convert you to Hinduism, because it is not a religion, but it is a Culture, a way of leaving life, a set of beliefs and practices. Everything is acceptable in Hinduism because there is no single Authority or Organization either to accept you or to reject you or to oppose you on behalf of Hinduism.'

He told her - if you look for meaning in life, don't look for it in religions; don't go from one cult to another or from one Guru to the next.

For a real seeker, He told her, the Bible itself gives guidelines when it says ' Kingdom of God is within you.' I reminded her of Christ's teaching about the love that we have for each other. That is where you can find the meaning of life.

Loving each and every creation of the God is absolute and real. 'Isavasyam idam sarvam' Isam (the God) is present (inhabits) here everywhere - nothing exists separate from the God, because God is present everywhere. Respect every living being and non-living things as God. That's what Hinduism teaches you.

Hinduism is referred to as Sanathana Dharma, the eternal faith. It is based on the practice of Dharma, the code of life. The most important aspect of Hinduism is being truthful to oneself. Hinduism has no monopoly on ideas. It is open to all. Hindus believe in one God (not a personal one) expressed in different forms. For them, God is timeless and formless entity.

Ancestors of today's Hindus believe in eternal truths and cosmic laws and these truths are opened to anyone who seeks them. But there is a section of Hindus who are either superstitious or turned fanatic to make this an organized religion like others. The British coin the word 'Hindu' and considered it as a religion.

He said: 'Religions have become an MLM (multi-level- marketing) industry that has been trying to expand the market share by conversion. The biggest business in today's world is Spirituality. Hinduism is no exception'

He said "I am a Hindu primarily because it professes Non-violence - 'Ahimsa Paramo Dharma' means - Non violence is the highest duty. I am a Hindu because it doesn't condition my mind with any faith system.

A man/woman who changes his/her birth religion to another religion is a fake and does not value his/her morals, culture and values in life.

Hinduism is the original rather a natural yet a logical and satisfying spiritual, personal and a scientific way of leaving a life..



Surbhi Maheshwari [MBA Fin / Mktg ] 
Manager Finance
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Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. Published on July 24, 2013. Category: Fiction.  As A Fact Out Of Every 1000 Pilots Only 1 Pilot Becomes An Airline Pilot, The Book Is All About Those 999 Pilots Only.
pcg
Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. Published on July 13, 2013. Category: Nonfiction.  
International Airline Pilot’s Career Guide Learn Step By Step How to Become an International Airlines Pilot By Shekhar Gupta And Niriha Khajanchi
CCCG

CABIN CREW CAREER GUIDE


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

Monday, 9 September 2013

GodMan Sant Shri Asaram Ji Bapu Ji in the dock for sexual molestation, not for being a 'Godman'



Asaram Bapu is now under arrest on charges of sexual molestation of a minor. That is a serious indictment and if found guilty, he deserves punishment to the fullest extent permitted under the law. In all the breathless commentary around the subject, however, a few necessary distinctions are being obliterated. It is not clear whether Asaram is on trial for sexual molestation — indeed a serious charge, as we have noted — or for being a 'godman', usually preceded by the epithet 'self-proclaimed' (as if there were any other variety). Secondly, occasions when he allegedly consorted with women are being adduced as reason to believe that he is guilty as charged.


There is a strand of spirituality that believes itself incompatible with sex, but this does not subsume all of spirituality (consider Tantra, Osho's teachings, Vaishnavism, Sufism). Moreover, certain Semitic religions lay great store by the unbridgeable distance between God (who is transcendent) and man (who is fallen), but this does not subsume Eastern religions. In Hinduism, for example, there is a great deal of traffic between gods and men.

Even in a Semitic religion such as Christianity, Jesus Christ was the son of God born to the world of men. Therefore, unless one wishes to be in the boots of the Roman empire which persecuted early Christian sects, a 'godman' is not an inherently evil or even illegitimate category. Neither should it be a category recognised by the state and given more rights than ordinary citizens.

There is also a disturbing puritanism inherent in the equation of promiscuity and sexual crime. A free society should not eliminate the distinction between consent and force. That holds equally for the notion of 'godman', a loose — and often pejorative — English translation of the word 'guru' that exists in most Indian languages, a more accurate translation of which would be 'spiritual mentor'. If X decides to adopt Y as a spiritual mentor surely that is a matter between X and Y, neither society nor state should get in the way. 

All of which goes back to a cardinal principle of Indian jurisprudence: one is innocent until proven guilty. If Asaram is guilty of the charges against him he ought, by all means, to be locked up. But that cannot be established through unwarranted inferences or a media trial.





Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) Chairman Dr Vijay Mallya in firing line as Lenders put squeeze on entire UB Group assets


Even as the UB Group is being pushed to the wall by creditors who have managed to secure a virtual freeze on its assets, chairman Dr Vijay Mallya is set to face shareholders over a series of annual general meetings during the next couple of weeks.
It was around this time a year ago that the group first announced it was negotiating with British liquor company Diageo for a stake sale and also talking to foreign carriers for a possible investment in Kingfisher Airlines (KFA), both of which were seen to offer a way out of its financial troubles and to rescue the carrier.

However, the group's woes have piled up in the year since. While lenders have claimed some of the pledged assets, the airline and its parent are fighting numerous court cases, including winding-up petitions filed by some creditors, because of which they have been restrained from selling or transferring assets. Besides, the airline's lenders are also eying the money received from the Diageo deal.

With Diageo taking control over the flagship United Spirits, the focus is on how Mallya's holding company, United Breweries Holdings (UBHL), will be able to muster up the funds to pay off creditors besides detailing plans for the airline that has time till December 2014 to renew its licence. UBHL's annual general meeting is scheduled for Thursday while the shareholders' meeting for KFA is slated for September 24.

"A revival plan has been submitted to DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) which is under consideration. Further, discussions are in progress with some prospective investors for restarting the airline operations," said UBHL's annual report for FY13.

"The Board of Directors at an appropriate time will discuss the merits of commissioning an in depth study to assess the recoverability of the amounts advanced to KFA as part of its strategic review of all core investments. Meanwhile, in order to keep its investment prospects alive, the board has decided to keep the airline funded on a need basis."








Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Self Styled Godman Sant Shri Asaram Ji Bapu ji sent to 14 day Judicial Custody



Jaipur: A court in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur city Monday sent spiritual guru Asaram Bapu, arrested for alleged sexual assault on a minor, to 14 days’ judicial custody, a police official said. “Asaram has been sent to judicial custody till 15 September,” a police official told IANS over phone from Jodhpur. Asaram Bapu. Ibnlive The 72-year-old Asaram Bapu was earlier on Monday quizzed at a guest house of Rajasthan Armed Constabulary (RAC) in connection with the case of sexual assault lodged against him by a 16-year-old girl, an official said. The incident allegedly took place Aug 15 in his ashram outside Jodhpur city. 


Flown to Jodhpur Sunday afternoon after his arrest from his ashram in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore city past midnight Saturday, Asaram was presented before a court which sent him to one day’s police remand. He was brought to the court of the district and sessions judge amid tight security, and after the hearing was sent to the Jodhpur Central Jail. “Police after questioning him on Sunday evening interrogated him again today (Monday). His sevadar (caretaker) Shiva, who surrendered before the police on Saturday, was also questioned,” a police officer told IANS. Shiva was alleged to be standing outside the room where the girl was assaulted. The officer added that Asaram has claimed innocence before investigators and denied the allegation of sexual assault levelled against him by the minor girl. “Asaram has cooperated in the investigation.


 However, there are contradictions in his statements,” the officer said. The girl lodged a complaint 20 August, accusing Asaram of sexually assaulting her at his ashram in Jodhpur. Asaram has denied the charge, and his son has claimed the girl was “mentally unstable”. Asaram has been booked under various sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act and the Indian Penal Code. According to the allegations of the girl, who studied at Asaram’s ashram in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhindwara and stayed in a girls’ hostel there, the guru sexually assaulted her on the pretext of exorcism.


Indore: In a late-night scoop, the Jodhpur police arrested spiritual guru Asaram Bapu from his ashram at Indore city in Madhya Pradesh for allegedly sexually 

Asaram Bapu's bail plea hearing put off till Wednesday

Asaram, 72, who was arrested from his ashram in Indore in Madhya Pradesh last week, sought bail claiming that police erred in booking him under rape charge,


Live: Asaram Bapu's bail plea deferred till 11 am tomorrow

The Jodhpur court hearing the case over Asaram Bapu's bail plea in the sexual harassment case has adjourned its proceeding and deferred the hearing till 11

Asaram Bapu must undergo narco-analysis test: Rajasthan Women 


State Women Commission has demanded that self-styled godman Asaram Bapu undergo a narco- analysis test to prove his innocence in the sexual assault 



Asaram Bapu sent to 14 day judicial custody

Jaipur: A court in Rajasthan's Jodhpur city Monday sent spiritual guru Asaram Bapu, arrested for alleged sexual assault on a minor, to 14 days' judicial custody,

Asaram Bapu rape case: Spiritual leaders brand Asaram a 'violent

More trouble seems to be in store for Asaram Bapu. Now the Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP) has decided to bring out a list of fake sadhus and hand it

Asaram Bapu sent to 14-day judicial custody, police say case very 

JODHPUR: Self-styled godman Asaram Bapu has been remanded in 14-day judicial custody. He will be taken to the Jodhpur Central Jail. The case against 

Swami Agnivesh slams Asaram Bapu, demands CBI inquiry in the 

NEW DELHI: Attacking Asaram Bapu, activist Swami Agnivesh today demanded a CBI probe into sexual assault allegation against the self-styled godman and 



Asaram Bapu faces heavy penalty for land encroachment in Gujarat

Surat: Asaram Bapu, the self-proclaimed god-man who was sent to judicial custody today, has more trouble coming his way. The Gujarat government is likely to 

Asaram Bapu, accused of sexual assault, sent to jail for a fortnight

Jodhpur: Asaram Bapu, arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a school girl in one of his ashrams, was today sent to jail after the Rajasthan police told a 

Asaram Bapu's security excessive, says Supreme Court

New Delhi: In an apparent reference to religious preacher Asaram Bapu, who was arrested on Saturday for allegedly sexually assaulting a schoolgirl, the