Singaporean scholar and diplomat Kishore Mahbubani wrote essentially the same thing in The Hill. In particular, Mahbubani calls for strategic focus, and his hypothetical question of “what would Churchill do?” in such times — perhaps as a way of reaching the reading pile of President TrumpDonald John TrumpMinneapolis erupts for third night, as protests spread, Trump vows retaliation Stocks open mixed ahead of Trump briefing on China The island that can save America MORE. The Cliff Notes version: Don’t carry on a trade war with China and block scientists from working together across those two key nations when they are both under siege from a vicious and destructive, highly contagious virus. … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Coronavirus Report: Unemployment claims now at 41 million with 2.1 million more added to rolls; Topeka mayor says cities don’t have enough tests for minorities and homeless communities
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USC transfer JT Daniels made the somewhat surprising announcement that he’d continue his career in Athens. For those who might not remember why this is a big deal: Daniels was the other five-star in the class of 2018 with Trevor Lawrence and Fields. A 17-year-old should-be junior, Daniels reclassified to enroll early. He would have had an argument to be the No. 1 QB nearly any other year. Daniels started in Los Angeles as a true freshman. The only reason he lost his job is an injury he suffered in Week 1 of last season; think of this as Eason in reverse for the Bulldogs. … [Read more...] about UGA’s addition of JT Daniels signals a total management shift
Placement - Why you must care about it! Apart from preparing you for the corporate world, a college has many roles to fulfil and one of them is to make sure you get the opportunity to work for big companies. Every effort, assignment, test, exam, seminar during an MBA is directed towards the goal of you working for a leading brand. A college should have an impeccable placement record which will help you skyrocket to the world of possibilities. For instance, companies like ITC, HDFC, Airtel, Citi Bank, Deloitte, Axis Bank, Gartner, TCS, E&Y and so on have picked ASM students. So if you are looking for an MBA or PGDM equivalent to MBA, then a college like Apeejay School of Management can provide a fantastic opportunity for you to hone your skills needed to conquer the corporate world. To know more about the institute, click here. Disclaimer: This article has been produced on behalf of the Apeejay School of Management by Times Internet's Spotlight Team. … [Read more...] about Students of this top-ranked MBA college get great placements
By Nirmal Jain Have you seen the glee in the eyes of politicians when they announce loan waiver schemes for farmers? No prizes for guessing whether their eyes are filled with mercy for farmers or avarice for votes. A few weeks ago, the chairperson of the largest state-owned bank sensibly voiced her concern that the loan waiver could upset credit discipline. Some of the legislators had the audacity to demand her apology for this. For them, we are reminded of Jesus’ last words 'Father, forgive them for they do not know what they are doing'. But there are many people in the government and bureaucracy who know what they are doing. The smaller issue is that they are making bad banks, worse. The larger issue is if the Indian farmer is destined to live in destitution and die in debt? Let us take the smaller issue first. In theory, the burden of loan waiver is borne by the state governments. Its immediate impact may be a slight fall in NPAs but it does spoil credit culture and makes … [Read more...] about View: Is Indian farmer destined to live in destitution and die in debt?