World's Largest Family. No layoffs, more than 4 lakh employees promoted in Sahara India. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused some serious damage to the global economy.
The crisis has led many organizations to lay off a large number of their employees, and deduct the salary of those who are still working. A fear for job security prevails, irrespective of the industrial sector. Just like any other establishment, Sahara India Pariwar’s economic activities have also received a huge blow. Sahara India says not laying off any worker- The New Indian Express. By PTI.
Despite tough times, Sahara Group fulfils committed salary hikes and promotion to employees. On June 15, Sahara Group said that it has given salary increment and promotion to its employees and also said that it is unlikely to lay off any worker from any of its business verticals.
The group has a total workforce of 14 lakh workers. Sahara Life Insurance. World's Largest Family. Coronavirus: The students surviving a pandemic thousands of kilometres from home. While most students in New Zealand have had to cope with the stress of having their tertiary education disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, many international students have a lot more to worry about.
“It is likely that during this time international students will be under even greater levels of stress than their New Zealand counterparts,” said Dr Dougal Sutherland, clinical psychologist at Victoria University of Wellington and Umbrella Health. “Not only have they got the stresses and strains of their studies being disrupted, but they don't necessarily have a support network to fall back on, which other students probably do.” Universities were allowed to reopen when the country moved to Alert Level 2, buy many institutions continue to teach online and may do so until at least July. Sutherland said it is only natural for humans to seek support from those closest to them in times of stress. A compounding factor is the almost inevitable worry about family and friends back home. Contribute Now. World's Largest Family.
The Ferocious Face of Class War - Rekindling the Revolutionary Imagination. In Amazon’s ‘Paatal Lok’, hell is a few pin codes away. Paatal Lok, the sordid new series from Amazon Prime Video, begins with a high-profile assassination being foiled.
What matters most now? The assassins? The one who orchestrated the murder? The target who, instead of dying, is now safely in the spotlight? Should method be examined first, or motive? Created by Sudip Sharma—writer of fine films such as NH10 and Udta Punjab—and produced by actor Anushka Sharma, Paatal Lok is a fantastically shot and meticulously crafted police procedural about some very bad people, and the beliefs that shape them. India's super rich ready to pay to return home on private jets, but govt not ready to allow it.
Text Size: New Delhi: Now that the Narendra Modi government has begun repatriating Indians stuck abroad, the country’s rich have begun sending in applications to return using private jets, ThePrint has learnt.
Sahara Samay Combatting Yellow Journalism. A Gender Rights Activist working with the tribal and marginalized communities in india, Srilekha is a PhD scholar working on understanding body and sexuality among tribal girls, to fill the gaps in research around indigenous women and their stories.
Srilekha has worked extensively at the grassroots level with community based organisations, through several advocacy initiatives around Gender, Mental Health, Menstrual Hygiene and Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) for the indigenous in Jharkhand, over the last 6 years. Srilekha has also contributed to sustainable livelihood projects and legal aid programs for survivors of sex trafficking.
She has been conducting research based programs on maternal health, mental health, gender based violence, sex and sexuality. Her interest lies in conducting workshops for young people on life skills, feminism, gender and sexuality, trauma, resilience and interpersonal relationships. Subrata Roy Writes Encouraging Message To Combat COVID. Claiming several lives across the globe, the coronavirus pandemic is likely to bring a global recession.
In the wake of an increasing number of Covid-19 cases, a complete lockdown has been declared by the Indian government, urging the people to stay at home for preventing the spread of this deadly virus. The decision has been welcomed and supported by several prominent personalities all over the country. Sahara India Pariwar founder Subrata Roy recently penned a heartfelt note supporting the decision. Addressing the nation, Subrata Roy mentioned how quickly the virus has taken down well-established economies with excellent healthcare systems.
He also said that instead of pondering over what caused this pandemic, it’s important to rally our forces, stand together and fight this pandemic. “This time we should stop the debate about where this virus originated, how it originated, or whether it came as a natural disaster or due to some human default. Entire group with you, follow lockdown to defeat coronavirus: Subrata Roy to Sahara staff, customers. New Delhi/Lucknow, Apr 20 (PTI) Sahara chief Subrata Roy has assured full support to all workers, customers and investors of his group in dealing with coronavirus pandemic and has urged everyone to strictly follow the government guidelines on the nationwide lockdown as individual soldiers in this fight.
In a video message for an estimated 14 lakh workers as also over 9 crore customers and investors, Roy said battling coronavirus is not just the responsibility of the government, but every Indian has an equal responsibility to defeat this global pandemic. The Sahara chief said coronavirus pandemic has pushed the entire world into a dark tunnel of uncertainty. "In our country too, all the social and commercial activities have been halted. We too are impacted by the situation. He said no member of the Sahara family should feel that they are alone in this period of crisis and if any member is in some difficulty, the other members should immediately provide the help as per their capacity. Battling Corona is not just the responsibility of the Government, every Indian should fight against this pandemic – The Times of Bengal. Sahara Life Insurance. World's Largest Family. Sahara India Founder Subrata Roy Pens down a Heartfelt Message for the Indian Public.
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