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Human capital formation in India Wikipedia
[February 19, 2013 – 10:06 am]
Human capital formation in India Wikipedia

Ten foreign law firms will now be allowed to practice local law in Singapore, after the country’s law ministry approved four new Qualified Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) licences out of 23 total applicants. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Jones Day, Linklaters and Sidley Austin were approved in the QFLP program’s round two that concluded today. Six firms were approved in the first selection round in 2008: Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance, Latham & Watkins, Norton Rose, Herbert Smith, and White & Case. The firms approved today will have six months from 1 April…

Human Capital Formation in India ppt
[January 13, 2012 – 04:00 pm]
Human Capital Formation in India ppt

For three months I have been living in the capital of India, New Delhi working on gender issues with UN Women, I have to say, never in my life have I been so constantly reminded that I am a woman. Here, I am never free of hints of India’s culture and the patriarchal way that it perceives, treats and acknowledges women. Despite modernization and urbanization, each day I experience and see the effect of culture on women and the burden that they carry as a result of it. The poor treatment given to women is unfortunate, excused by traditional sectors of modern society.

Human Capital Formation in India notes
[August 2, 2012 – 07:14 pm]
Human Capital Formation in India notes

“I ain’t what I used to be, but who the hell is? ”   -Dizzy Dean, St. Louis Cardinals’ Hall of Fame pitcher.   The Dead Sea   Welcome to the extremes.  In 2012’s 2nd quarter the U.S. 10-year treasury note touched a 220-year low of 1.45% on June 1st and cheekily waited until July 23rd, fifty-two days later, to break the new record at 1.42%.  That’s efficiency!  Always up for a challenge, the Dutch (not to be confused with the Danish) set a 500-year low on their sovereign yields in June.  German bunds, barring the post-World War I hyperinflation period, clocked 200-year lows. …

Human Capital development in South Africa
[February 15, 2013 – 04:20 pm]
Human Capital development in South Africa

Anglo American (AAUKY.PK) 2012 Earnings Call February 15, 2013 4:00 am ET Executives John Parker - Non Executive Chairman, Chairman of Nomination Committee and Member of Safety & Sustainable Development Committee Cynthia Blum Carroll - Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director and Member of Safety & Sustainable Development Committee René Médori - Finance Director, Executive Director and Chairman of Investment Committee Christopher Ivan Griffith - Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Platinum Limited Khanyisile Thandiwe Kweyama - Executive Head of Human…

Human Capital Development in Malaysia
[January 29, 2013 – 02:01 am]
Human Capital Development in Malaysia

Education was institutionalized to formalize the process of knowledge acquisition and research in man’s quest for understanding. Earliest universities in the history of mankind namely Al-Azhar, Bologna, Oxford, Palencia, Cambridge and University of Naples (world’s first public university, 1224) have one thing in common; they were built by notable early world civilizations as institutions of research, discourse, learning, proliferation of knowledge and documentation. This contrasts largely from the role of universities today as institutions of human capital accreditation, qualification…

Human capital Development in India
[February 4, 2013 – 10:06 am]
Human capital Development in India

 Inclusive innovation is more than innovation for the poor; it can be a blueprint for effective governance and a model for inclusive growth and sustainable development. Declaring 2010-2020 as the ‘Decade of Innovation, ’ India’s President Pranab Mukherjee, recognises the need for a new growth model – one that capitalises on India’s human and technological capital to meet its development challenges and sustain its long-term growth. Image courtesy of indianhillbilly, © 2010, some rights reserved. Jugaad in the first “turnabout”   India owes its thriving low-cost communications…

Human capital Development in Economics
[January 29, 2013 – 01:49 pm]
Human capital Development in Economics

World Youth Alliance President Obadias Ndaba reminds a group of Lasallian youths that development is multifaceted, in a two-hour lecture that transpired in DLSU’s Waldo Perfecto Seminar room last January 25.   In line with the Philippines’ unprecedented surge in economic growth, Ndaba explains that the Philippines’ global competitiveness has spiked (now holding the 65th spot out of 144 countries, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index last September 2012),  a positive development in a faltering worldwide economy.   He commends the Philippines’ young…

Human capital Development in China
[February 6, 2013 – 04:18 am]
Human capital Development in China

NEW CHAPTER OF PROSPERITY: Najib says Malaysia-China relations have been elevated to new heights Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Jia Qinglin, sealing the launch of the industrial park with a handshake in Gebeng, Kuantan, yesterday. Pic by Effendy Rashid KUANTAN : Malaysia and China yesterday launched a landmark industrial park in Kuantan, cementing bilateral ties and paving the way for more investments that will benefit the people and investors of both nations. The launch…

How to explain copyright clients?
[February 15, 2013 – 01:57 pm]
How to explain copyright clients?

User is attempting to connect from home network (direct LAN connection to Arris tm602g modem) using Cisco VPN Client v5.0.07.0290 on Win7 x64 laptop. VPN connects, he is given an ip address from our VPN pool, but he has no network connection. He is unable to ping any device on our network by IP or name. When the same user connects to VPN while on his Sprint wireless device VPN connection works perfectly. No other users are having any issues with the VPN, only this one. Does it have something to do with his home ISP? He is getting a public IP address and it doesn t appear to…

How to evaluate Intellectual Property Assets?
[February 4, 2013 – 12:09 pm]
How to evaluate Intellectual Property Assets?

Risk managers need to embrace their changing role Strategic Risk talks to Jackie Maguire, CEO of Coller IP and Michael D Moberley, President and Founder of Knowledge Protection Strategies – KPSTRAT With over 65% of a company’s value now typically deriving directly from intangible assets, including intellectual property, it is not surprising that organisations are increasingly dependent on the ability of their management teams to effectively harness and convert these assets into sources of revenue. Most people would agree that the late 1980’s to early 1990’s were the launchpad…

Find out what is copyrighted
[January 25, 2013 – 09:02 pm]
Find out what is copyrighted

So-called copyright troll cases in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany in particular, are causing misery for hundreds of thousands of people. The problems are many. The cash claims from copyright holders against those they claim have unlawfully shared their content online are not only aggressive, excessive and cynical, but worse still they often target the innocent. Copyright trolls, many of them from the adult industry, know they are targeting the subscribers of Internet connections when they seek to discover who is behind an IP address. They also know that there…

Explain Patent glazing
[January 23, 2013 – 09:58 pm]
Explain Patent glazing

Upcoming Events: The New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association presents: Electronics, Telecom, and Software Patent Practice Update on January 24, 2013. Agenda includes panels on Non-Practicing Entities, America Invents Act, and case law updates. "We are delighted to provide this second annual program to educate intellectual property attorneys about the latest developments in patent law under the America Invents Act and recent rulings in patent litigation that impact legal practice in the electronics, telecom and software sectors, " said Robert E. Rudnick…

Explain patent ductus arteriosus
[February 15, 2013 – 12:55 am]
Explain patent ductus arteriosus

Our story begins on March 24, 2002 when our second born son, I’ll call him Wisdom  who was a 14 year old boy, Captain of his youth hockey team, very active & had no known childhood illnesses.  On that day in March of 2002, Wisdom became ill with what we thought was an upper respiratory infection and was seen by our family Dr. and put on a 5 day antibiotic.  By the third day, our son was not getting any relief from the deep cough he had developed and was very weak and listless.  I called his Dr. to have him seen again.  A mother’s instinct is strong…

Explain Patent ductus arteriosus blood flow
[April 16, 2012 – 01:55 am]
Explain Patent ductus arteriosus blood flow

In this article, we want to explain the difference between the  Hypoplastic Left-Heart Syndrome and the  Hypoplastic Right-Heart Disease (Pulmonary Atresia). Hypoplastic Right-Heart Syndrome The Hypoplastic Right-Heart Syndrome consists of a complete obstruction of the right ventricle outflow tract due to a hypoplastic ( narrowed ) pulmonary artery . When the ventricular septum is intact the patent ductus arteriosus and/or bronchial collateral arteries provide the only source of pulmonary blood flow. There are two types of defects in the Hypoplastic Right-Heart Syndrome: one…