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#MeToo – 10 Voices against Sexual Harassment

In India, Life, Lists on திசெம்பர் 30, 2018 at 3:11 பிப

#MeToo - Female Voices against Sexual Harassment

  1. Chinmayi Sripada
  2. Tanusree Dutta
  3. Vinta Nanda
  4. Shutapa Paul
  5. Mahima Kukreja
  6. Sandhya Menon
  7. Saloni Chopra
  8. Kaneez Surekha
  9. Sona Mohapatra
  10. Ira Trivedi

Thanks:
2018: The Year When #MeToo Shook India – 2018: The Year Of #MeToo In India | The Economic Times

2018 – Top 12 Hindi Movies

In India, Movies on திசெம்பர் 23, 2018 at 2:59 முப

  • What are the most notable Bollywood films from this year?
  • Which Hindi movies made lot of buzz and made it big in Social Media?
  • Is your pick in here?
Top Hindi Movies of 2018 - Best Bollywood Films: Must Watch of Indian Cinema
  1. Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran
  2. Hichki
  3. Aiyaary
  4. Padmavat (Padmaavati)
  5. Gold
  6. Andhadhun
  7. Padman
  8. Satyameva Jayate
  9. Manto
  10. Raid
  11. Sanju
  12. (Robot) 2.0

Top 10 Regional Newspapers in India

In Business, India on ஜனவரி 30, 2014 at 12:03 பிப

01. Manoram – Malayalam – 85,65,000
02. Dhina Thanthi – Tamil – 81,56,000
03. Matru Bhoomi – Kerala – 61,36,000
04. Lokmat – Marathi – 56,01,000
05. Anand Bazar Pathrika – Bengali – 55,15,000
06. Eenaadu – Telugu – 53,80,000
07. Samachar – Gujarat – 43,39,000
08. Divya Bhaskar – Gujarat – 37,70,000
09. Sandesh – Gujarat – 37,24,000
10. Sakaal – Maharashtra – 37,07,000

Top 10 Indian Newspapers in India

In Business, India on ஜனவரி 30, 2014 at 11:59 முப

01. Dainik jagran – Hindi – 1,55,26,000
02. Hindusthan – Hindi – 1,42,45,000
03. Dhainik Bhaskar – Hindi – 1,28,55,000
04. Manorama – Malayalam – 85,65,000
05. Dhinathanthi – Daily Thanthi – Tamil – 81,56,000
06. Rajasthan Patrika – Hindi – 76,65,000
07. Times of India – English – 72,53,000
08. Amar Ujala – Hindi – 70,71,000
09. Matrubhoomi – Malayalam – 61,36,000
10. Lokmat – Marathi – 56,01,000

Top 10 English Newspapers in India

In Business, India on ஜனவரி 30, 2014 at 11:49 முப

01. Times of India – 72,53,000
02. Hindustan Times – 43,35,000
02. The Hindu – 14,73,000
04. Mumbai Mirror – 10,84,000
05. Telegraph – 9,37,000
06. Economic Times – 7,22,000
07. Mid Day – 5,00,000
08. Deccan Herald – 4,58,000
09. Tribune – 4,53,000
10. Deccan Chronicle – 3,37,000

G20 Thinktanks: 2012 Global Go To Think Tank Index

In Business, Finance, India, Politics, USA, World on பிப்ரவரி 6, 2013 at 11:13 பிப

2012 Global Go To Think Tank Report– Click for Download

Member GDP (PPP) Population Think Tanks
Argentina $596 billion 41.769,726 137
Australia $882.4 billion 21.766.711 30
Brazil $2.172 trillion 203,766,711 82
Canada $1.33 trillion 34,030,589 96
China $10.09 trillion 1,336,718,015 429
European Union $14.82 trillion 492,387,344 1457
France $2.145 trillion 65,312,249 177
Germany $2.94 trillion 81,471,834 194
India $4.06 trillion 1,189,172,906 269
Indonesia $1.03 trillion 245,613,043 21
Italy $1.774 trillion 61,016,804 107
Japan $4.31 trillion 126,475,664 108
Mexico $1.567 trillion 113,724,226 60
Republic of Korea $1.459 trillion 48,754,657 35
Russia $2.223 trillion 138,739,892 122
Saudi Arabia $622 billion 26,131,703 4
South Africa $524 billion 40,004,031 86
Turkey $960.5 billion 78,785,548 27
United Kingdom $2.173 trillion 62,698,362 288
United States $14.66 trillion 313,232,044 1823

India

51.   Centre for  Civil Society (CCS)  (India)

54.   Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) (India)

81.   The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) (India)

105. Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis (IDSA) (India)

119. Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) (India)
110. The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) (India)

115. Observer Research Foundation  (India)

141. Development Alternatives (India)

  • Centre for Policy Research  (India)
  • Delhi Policy Group  (India)
  • Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) (India)
  • Center for Study of Science Technology and Policy  (India)
  • National Council of Applied Economic Research  (India)
  • Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (India)
  • Institute of Economic Growth (India)
  • United Service Institution of India (India)
  •  Liberty Institute (India)

 

16 Mag Ads for Royal Enfield Bullet: Copywriting to create passion among followers

In India, Lists, Magazines, Misc on ஜனவரி 21, 2013 at 7:07 பிப

Old NewsW+K Delhi launches Royal Enfield’s ‘Tripper’ campaign for 2008 | Hell for Leather Hell for Leather

SourceRoyal Enfield | The Trip

Current News: W+K Delhi weaves “handcrafted magic” for new Royal Enfield film – News – Advertising – Campaign India

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Seven Sexy Cover story Images from Popular Indian Weekly Magazines in 2012

In Business, India, Magazines on ஜனவரி 3, 2013 at 3:54 முப

Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2012

In India, Science on செப்ரெம்பர் 27, 2012 at 5:43 பிப

  • Biological sciences
    • Shantanu Chowdhury of the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
    • Suman Kumar Dhar of the Special Centre for Molecular Medicine at the Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Chemical sciences
    • Govindsamy Mugesh of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (IISc)
    • Gangadhar J Sanjayan of the CSIR National Chemical Laboratory, Pune
  • Engineering sciences
    • Ravishankar Narayanan of IISc
    • Y Shanthi Pavan of Indian Institute of Technology – Madras
  • Mathematical sciences
    • Siva Ramachandran Athreya
    • Debashish Goswami of the Indian Statistical Institute
  • Medical sciences
    • Sandip Basu of the Radiation Medicine Centre at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
  • Physical sciences
    • Arindam Ghosh of IISc
    • Krishnendu Sengupta of the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science

Top 10 influential Indian tweeters: Politics, Cinema, MSM Media Stars

In Blogs, India, Internet, Movies, Politics on செப்ரெம்பர் 24, 2012 at 9:15 பிப

According to the Burson-Marsteller study, the ten most influential Twitter accounts in India are (alphabetically):

  1. Kiran Bedi – @thekiranbedi
  2. Anand Mahindra – @anandmahindra
  3. Narendra Modi – @narendramodi
  4. Derek O’Brien – @quizderek
  5. Vir Sanghvi – @virsanghvi
  6. Jonathan Shainin – @jonathanshainin
  7. Digvijaya Singh – @digvijaya_28
  8. Dr. Subramanian Swamy – @Swamy39
  9. Sushma Swaraj – @SushmaSwarajBJP
  10. Shashi Tharoor – @ShashiTharoor

According to the Pinstorm India Influencers list, the most influential Indians are celebrities.

  1. Priyanka Chopra with an aggregated score of 85
  2. Sashi Tharoor
  3. Amitabh Bachchan
  4. Ram Gopal Varma
  5. Hrithik Roshan
  6. Akshay Kumar
  7. Madhuri Dixit
  8. Kiran Bedi
  9. Shahrukh Khan
  10. Actor Siddarth

Indian firm Pinstorm runs a similar ranking system called the ‘India influencers list’ which averages a users Klout score and Peer Index score. Peer Index, is like Klout, a social media analytical tool that measures influence.