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Day: March 7, 2020

Raipur's self-help group makes herbal gulal from used flowers – Big News Network

Raipur's self-help group makes herbal gulal from used flowers – Big News Network

Self Help
Raipur (Chhattisgarh) [India], Mar 8 (ANI): Under 'Bihan' scheme of Chhattisgarh government, a self-help group in Raipur's Serikhedi is making herbal 'gulal' from the flowers used in temples, banquet halls, government events and bouquets at Chief Minister's office and residence."We are preparing gulal for the past three months. We make six kinds of gulal from the flowers used in temples, weddings etc. We make 25-30 kg gulal daily and we have supplied four quintals of gulal so far. We earn Rs 200 daily," said Vinti Sahu, a woman worker.Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel praised the self-help group and congratulated them for taking this initiative."Bihan self-help group is doing very good work in Serikhedi. All bouquets and flowers coming at CM's residence and presented at public events are be...
Adviser: Digital marketing at the speed of change – Crain's Cleveland Business

Adviser: Digital marketing at the speed of change – Crain's Cleveland Business

Online Marketing
Digital marketing normally moves at a pretty good clip, but 2020 is witnessing sea changes that business leaders need to understand, as well how those changes might affect their marketing focus and budget. Cell service providers collect location data on all of their customers, all of the time. This means that anywhere you go with an operating cellphone, your provider is monitoring and recording your every step based on GPS coordinates. These data are sold to marketers, who use it for a wide variety of uses.Here's an example: Your local Chevy dealer buys the cellphone ID information of everyone who walks into the Ford dealership across the street. As soon as someone test-drives a new Ford, the Chevy dealer taps into a massive database to match their phone information to their name, hom...
Two for 'Q': Wadley Returns with New Number, New Motivation – El Paso Herald-Post

Two for 'Q': Wadley Returns with New Number, New Motivation – El Paso Herald-Post

Motivation
Related Articles UTEP Football fans that set foot on Glory Field to watch spring drills may notice the return of a familiar face. It’s Quardraiz Wadley, version 2.0. Remember him?  He rushed for 1,072 yards and eight touchdowns for the Miners over three seasons from 2016-18.  In 2018, he put together a career year, gaining 627 yards on 123 carries with seven scores. This is a man who once rushed for 156 yards at Army and 111 yards versus I-10 rival NM State. Then, his senior season, originally scheduled to take place in 2019, was washed away due to a toe injury that he suffered in offseason workouts last July. “It was a really freak accident,” he said.  “I was doing a normal drill that I had done plenty of times before.  My toe just snapped out of place, and wh
Self-help groups empowering rural women in Punjab – The Tribune India

Self-help groups empowering rural women in Punjab – The Tribune India

Self Help
Vijay C Roy Tribune News Service Chandigarh, March 6 After leaving government job as a mathematics teacher in the early 90s, Ludhiana-based Gurdev Kaur Deol tried her hands on many things and finally decided to empower rural women and girls. It started as a small group in the form of a self-help group and today she is transforming the lives of 300 families by marketing their produce through Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs). She is not the lone example. There are many women and NGOs who are engaged in transforming the lives of rural women through self-help groups. The women who were unemployed earlier are now earning anywhere between Rs 5,000 and Rs 20,000 per month. At a time when dwindling farm incomes are making agriculture unviable, especially for small and marginal farmers, self...