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Vijay Mallampati, from Global Peace Creators, is a producer of the film Namo Adi Shankara which was recently released in the United States in Hindi. It is a feature film originally made in Telugu by Producers Nara Jayasridevi and Vijay Mallampati from Global Peace Creators. The film, directed by South Indian Veteran Writer/Director J K Baravi, is now releasing in its Hindi dubbed version. It’s well known cast includes Nagarjuna as Chandala, Kaushik Babu as Adi Shankara, Chiranjeevi as Lord Shiva, Kaamna Jethmalani and introducing Sriramchandra from Indian Idol fame.
The film depicts the life history of Jagadguru Adi Shankara, filmed in the Kaladi village of his childhood. It shows how he convinces his mother to allow him to take Sainthood at an early age in his life, his travel to the Himalayas, learning Siddhis from his first guru, and later taking the Sanyasa from his second guru. Based on his Guru's teachings, he simplifies the explanation of Advaita and spreads the same across India. Finally, he is declared as a Jagadguru in the climax when he announces four branches of Shankara muths and before leaving this abode for his next journey after life. Watch the film trailer at www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-JvNaD4Q3I and visit www.namoaadishankara.com for information.
Back in May I had the opportunity to interview Xchanging’s Kaushik Dasbiswas regarding his company’s latest white paper “Unlocking value from indirect spend through a sourcing maturity model.”
It was an interesting discussion on many levels.
As one of our newest sponsors, I am pleased to welcome to the show Indy Ghosh, Xchanging's VP Business Development, Marketing and Advisor Relations to talk about his organization’s areas of expertise and services.
Has many of you already know, my research into the area of managing indirect spend through the development of an Internet platform structured around an agent-based as opposed to equation-based model was funded by the government’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development program back in the late 90s.
The results of that research led to my launch of the Procurement Insights blog in May 2007 as well as numerous articles and white papers including Acres of Diamonds: The Value of Managing Low-Dollar, High Transactional Volume Spend. The Acres paper is now for the first time available to the general public.
Within the context of this past (and present) area of focus, I am very much looking forward to my conversation today with Xchanging’s Kaushik Dasbiswas regarding his company’s latest white paper “Unlocking value from indirect spend through a sourcing maturity model.”
Join us live on web radio for a discussion on the latest development in the Delhi Gang Rape Case. Journalists Sonya Rehman and Annie Ali Khan from Pakistan will be speaking to Krishn Kaushik, a staff writer for Caravan Magazine and Niharika Mandhana who has written two pieces about the case for the NYTimes India Ink Blog, both from Delhi. We will be taking live calls, chat questions and tweets (#sstdelhirape) to discuss how the story is being covered in Pakistan, the situation on the ground in Delhi among other issues. The episode is part of a series of webcasts called Sneakers Smell True. A radio project to bring the journalist community in South Asia closer and help in better understanding issues and stories as reported by colleagues.
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This week’s discussion is about building women's self esteem from an early stage, the importance of family and community support, and how to benefit from the rules of law. The level of women’s self esteem has much to do about consequences of resisting attacks from the opposite gender.
What are the effect of impunity for perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, especially crimes against women and children on women? We will discuss why it is important for women to win the fight against impunity and the role as well as the position of International Criminal Court (ICC) on the issue.
HOST: DR. SURENDRA KAUSHIK
CO-HOST: DR. SOROSH ROSHAN
Until recently, women have largely been excluded from the educational system. By understanding the history of women’s education one is able to better appreciate how far we have come and the extraordinary women who got us here.
It may surprise you to know that while Harvard opened in 1636, the first college to admit women did not do so for another 200 years. Women did not begin attending college in equal numbers to men until as recently as 1980. Women are standing up everywhere and a great development progress has been made in the developed world. However, many places around the developing world are still there where Harvard was 200 years ago. People are standing up to close the gender gap, and we ask you to join us in this effort.
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ABOUT Women Empowerment
The opportunity cost of less than equal and fair empowerment of women is too high to each community, country and the world. An important and fundamental empowerment resource is education, especially higher education. Women Empowerment involves conscious or unconscious efforts by the woman or and with the woman to be equipped with information, knowledge, skills and to have access to platforms which enables self discovery, dreams, freedom from fears, and realization of potential.
Host: Dr. Surendra Kaushik
Helena Kaushik Education Foundation
Women’s Rights are Human Rights: A Celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
December 10th honors the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Declaration sets forth the fundamental freedoms and alienable rights that every person has. It is essential for all us to educate ourselves about our rights; as Eleanor Roosevelt said, "the destiny of human rights is in the hands of all our citizens in all our communities."
Hillary Clinton declared at the United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China on September 5, 1995: “I believe that, on the eve of a new millennium, it is time to break our silence. It is time for us to say here in Beijing, and the world to hear, that it is no longer acceptable to discuss women's rights as separate from human rights.”
This program focuses on different aspects of women’s rights, from childhood to adulthood. What do Women’s rights mean to you?
Join us this week as we discuss Women’s Rights in the spirit of Celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was declared on December 10th, 1948.
If you are interested in joining our discussion, please send an email to Helena@africanviews.org to schedule and announce your participation on the show, otherwise mark your calendar and call in during the show to participate.
HOST: DR. SURENDRA KAUSHIK
CO-HOST: DR. SOROSH ROSHAN
Editor's note: This podcast originally produced for Eastwick Communications and called "Break Through the Noise."
What do Web analytics have to do with communications companies anyway?
That's my not-so-humble opinion, and we'll see if it's shared by my favorite Web analytics expert and author of Web Analytics: An Hour a Day, Avinash Kaushik.
November 25th has been designated the day of the Elimination of all forms of Violence against Women by the United Nations. Dr. Sorosh Roshan, one of the world’s current greatest advocates on women’s wellbeing and the president of IHAN (International Health Awareness Network) is extending an invitation to youth groups all over the world to share their ideas on how the youth can be involved in the elimination of violence against women on AV- Radio on December 2nd.
The premise is that youth empowered by experience and knowledge of the older generation can bring about desirable change. Thus, the intergenerational element, the cooperation between young and old, gives new and helpful perspectives necessary for addressing the pandemic of violence against women. This discussion will serve as part of the 16 day-action plan series of events from Nov. 25 to Dec. 10 (Human Rights Day) - please visit http://www.Ihan.org to see details about upcoming related events in December.
Join us this week as we discuss the role of the youths in combating violence against women.
HOST: DR. SURENDRA KAUSHIK
CO-HOST: DR. SOROSH ROSHAN
SPECIAL GUESTS: STUDENTS FROM 'THE CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK'
Natalia Saavedra, Lila Benaissa, and Vanessa Muro will share their intergenerational perspectives on the topic. Their objective is to raise awareness and give the role of youth an important platform in solving problems, specifically, violence against women.
EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ON THE SOCIETY
Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread violations of human rights and has far-reaching consequences, harming families and communities. Six out of every ten women experience Gender-based violence, and not only does this violates human rights, but it also hampers productivity, reduces human capital and undermines economic growth. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Pakistan, India and Somalia feature in descending order after Afghanistan in the list of worst places on Earth to be a woman. How do we recognize as well as confront the various social, cultural, and religious interpretations that are producing and reinforcing gender inequalities? How can we identify the connection between stereotypical gender roles and gender-based abuses and violations? As we speak some women are still quietly enduring gender-based oppression, these setbacks continue to hamper the progress of societies. Many people in this situation are most not quite clear about the category of the conflict they are facing based on well established norms. How can we differentiate spousal conflict from gender-based oppression? How can oppressed individuals know that they are not alone and can effectively advocate for their rights? Join us this week as we discuss the Effects of Violence against Women on the society. Host: Dr. Roshan, Sorosh and Dr. Kaushik, Surendra
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