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ISI will try and lure you to fight against India Coast Guard tells fishermen

Aug 08, 2014

ISI will try and lure you to fight against India Coast Guard tells fishermen

In a stern warning to all Gujarat fishermen, Inspector General of Coast Guard (CG) Kuldip Singh Sheoran on Friday said that no fishermen will be allowed to venture into the sea off Gujarat coast if they fail to produce their bio-metric ID cards. #India #Gujarat #Terrorism #Pakistan #ISI #Crime #Coast guard #bio-metric cards
A sick world: We live longer, with more pain and illness

Dec 14, 2012

A sick world: We live longer, with more pain and illness

The world has made huge progress fighting killer infectious diseases, but as a result we now lead longer and sicker lives, with health problems that cause us years of pain, disability and mental distress. #United States #NewsTracker #Health #Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Of metrics and moustaches: Measuring social change

Sep 16, 2012

Of metrics and moustaches: Measuring social change

With more people with corporate experience going into the non-profit and social change domain, there's a lot more emphasis on metrics and milestones. But are those the only way to figure out if social change is "on plan"? #InMyOpinion #NGOs #Schools #social change #metrics

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Of metrics and moustaches: Measuring social change

Sep 16, 2014

This Type of Content Gets the Best Marketing Results (Infographic)

Stop wasting time on content marketing tactics that don't deliver. This infographic reveals which types of content work best, and the metrics you should track...
Of metrics and moustaches: Measuring social change

Sep 16, 2014

No more 'likes' for Facebook here but its rivals keep growing

USE OF Facebook looks to have peaked in Ireland, while rivals such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Snapchat continue to grow. According to new figures released by the polling firm Ipsos MRBI, 61pc of Irish adults use Facebook, the same number as 12 months a... #Facebook #LinkedIn #YouTube #Pinterest
Of metrics and moustaches: Measuring social change

Sep 16, 2014

OECD takes aim at Irish tax loopholes in new report

The OECD is to recommend sweeping changes to Ireland's tax laws to prevent foreign companies based here from avoiding tax later today. The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development specifically criticises measures such as the... #OECD #Luxembourg #Paris #Australia #Bermuda #Google Inc. #G-20