Canon India announces the launch of EOS 850D, to enable users to ‘Capture Greatness on the Go’

Packed with powerful features like High Speed Autofocus and Intelligent Tracking, the new EOS 850D is a camera that users can enjoy anytime and anywhere NATIONAL, February 25th, 2020 – Canon India today announced the launch of the brand-new EOS 850D, a versatile camera ideal for capturing moments on the go. It is powered with

Trend Micro Blocks Over 61 Million Ransomware Attacks in 2019

Security leader records 10% rise in ransomware detections  Bangalore, February 26, 2020 – Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, today released its 2019 security roundup report. The report details the most important issues and changes in the threat landscape to provide businesses with insights into best practices and

January 2020 crude steel production

25 February 2020 Brussels, Belgium World crude steel production for the 64 countries reporting to the World Steel Association (worldsteel) was 154.4 million tonnes (Mt) in January 2020, a 2.1% increase compared to January 2019. China’s crude steel production for January 2020 was 84.3 Mt, an increase of 7.2% compared to January 2019*. India produced 9.3

Degree or Diploma – Should you go for distance MBA or PGDM?

Distance and online programs in management are very popular these days due to the flexibility and affordability they offer. But some universities claim to offer MBA while others offer PGDM. Students get confused since they are not sure if these two programs are equivalent and if they will be treated at par by future employers.

New SIPRI data reveals scale of Chinese arms industry

(Stockholm, 27 January 2020) New research from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) suggests that China is the second-largest arms producer in the world, behind the United States but ahead of Russia. This research represents the most comprehensive picture of Chinese companies’ weapons production to date. In the past, a lack of transparency has

Uncertainty and Instability: The World in Two Words, Says UN Secretary-General

The world faces four main challenges: climate change, mistrust of leaders, increased geopolitical tension, and the dark side of the technological revolution “Climate change is the defining issue of our time,” António Guterres said “Inclusive multilateralism” would extend beyond national governments to include more participation from local authorities, civil society, business leaders and others For

Commonwealth Secretary-General tells The Hague there can be no lasting peace without justice

Lasting peace and the prosperity that comes with it cannot be achieved without justice, the Commonwealth Secretary-General has declared, during a keynote speech in the Hague. Patricia Scotland was addressing the International Criminal Court (ICC) as guest of honour for the opening of the new judicial year. The distinguished lawyer and former Attorney General in

Sustainability Is Key if Financial Markets Are to Remain Buoyant

Financial markets are hovering near record all-time highs, yet systemic shifts and technological disruption loom on the horizon The trade detente is welcomed, but leaders called on the United States to continue to ease tensions Governments are called on to shift the focus from short-term stimulus to broad structural reforms to achieve inclusive, sustainable growth  

GRI engaging and influencing at World Economic Forum annual meeting

Corporate accountability at Davos a ‘step in right direction’ Amsterdam/Davos, 22 January 2020 – With global leaders gathered in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum (WEF), GRI is pressing for action and commitments that support the transition to sustainable and responsible business. GRI chief executive Tim Mohin is participating in the WEF annual meeting in

The Reskilling Revolution: Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Education for a Billion People by 2030

The World Economic Forum today launches Reskilling Revolution, an initiative to provide one billion people with better education, skills and jobs by 2030 The scheme aims to future-proof workers from technological change and help economies by providing new skills for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Founding governments include Brazil, France, India, Pakistan, the Russian Federation, UAE