https://youtu.be/fvbLWfgnngg Business is such which benefits two or more people. Business should be started where nobody wants to do. It gives rise to enterpreneurship, startups etc. World's business leaders should be convinced to make strategy for sustainable business development. They must sit and discuss the best and beneficial way to log out the problems. Business … Continue reading Sadhguru on Strategic Planning and Sustainable Business Development”
(This shot could only be achieved with a long lens) Wildlife on an African safari is nothing less than spectacular, but creating truly memorable images can be challenging. Animals don’t appear on command and when they do, making sure we get a great photo isn’t high on their list of priorities. A professional wildlife photographer… via … Continue reading Tips For Amazing African Wildlife Photography..
We’re slowing down for the summer! Instead of our usual roundup of “This Day in Geographic History” (TDIGH) events, here’s a closer look at one historic event that connects to something in the news today. We’ve also matched it with a map or visual, background information, and additional resources. Sunday, July 2 TDIGH: Civil Rights […] … Continue reading This week in geographic history:- Civil right act of 1964
I was reading a report of the journal of IAGS. I confronted a column, and interestingly, ISIS is on stage of uprooting due to Russia led Syria-Iran coalition and Western-Arab coalition. Now, just sharing the column as- International attention has been focused on military confrontation in Syria and Iraq, where a Western- Arab coalition and … Continue reading ISIS Libya sets threatens EU
Millions of tonnes of food wasted in china every year could feed any where between 30 million and 50 million people, according to new research, with large restaurants and many schools responsible for a big share of the wastage. The study, quoted by state media, showed that around 17 million tonnes to 18 million tonnes of … Continue reading Food waste: A case study of china
A stunning capture of the Aurora Borealis dancing in the skies over Iceland. (Blog text in German.) via Aurora Borealis — Discover
UNITED STATES With just a few quick strokes of the pen, President Donald Trump banned more than 134 million people from entering the United States. (CNN) What countries are impacted by the ban? Tea… Source: What is the ‘Muslim Ban’?