Rise Archive

Muslim Advocates Responds to Rise in Annual Hate Crimes Data, Despite Rampant Underreporting

Washington, DC – The following is a statement from Madihha Ahussain, Special Counsel for Anti-Muslim Bigotry for Muslim Advocates, regarding the 17% spike in hate crimes in 2017, as reported by the FBI: For the third year in a row, the FBI’s annual data shows an increase in reported hate crimes throughout America, including still

Mobile Commerce on Rise; Contributing 45% of Total Online Transactions: Criteo Report

  A great potential seen for retailers to invest in mobile apps; increase the sales by reaching to  shoppers in a personalized way   NEW DELHI, March 6, 2018 ——Criteo, the leading commerce marketing technology company, today debuted findings from its Global Commerce Review, analyzing shoppers’ activities, behaviors and preferences across all devices and browsing

THE RISE OF SEXTECH IN INDIA? A TALE OF TWO CITIES

One established company — serving the Indian marketplace with a variety of both traditional and cutting-edge SexTech products — compared shopping preferences between male shoppers from Delhi and Mumbai India — (February 26, 2018) — In an article comparing Delhi and Mumbai, Kulpreet Yadav once wrote that Delhi ‘has summer, winter, autumn and spring,”  “the

Rise in unpaid consultants conceals conflicts of interest

    Are authors of articles in leading medical journals playing down the extent of ties to drug and other for-profit companies? That appears to be the case, according to a new study in the Journal of General Internal Medicine by Associate Professor David Menkes and colleagues, who found a dramatic increase in the use

Online Transaction on the Rise: Ipsos Study

Mumbai, November 08, 2017: Online Banking usages in India has increased to 78% (a jump of 43% in 3 years) according to an online Ipsos study exploring the changes in shopping habits and environments. Similarly making travel reservation online has increased to 72% (a 32% jump in 3 years) and buying books online has moved

Liberalisation led to the Rise of Stand Alone Family Firms, finds ISB Study

Standalone Family Firms led the growth of Services Sector in India Indian family businesses flourished and contributed significantly to the growth of the economy in the post liberalisation era   September 26, 2017:  A study conducted by the Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at the Indian School of Business (ISB) reveals that liberalisation led

Abuse of older people on the rise – 1 in 6 affected: WHO

14 June  2017 | GENEVA – Around 1 in 6 older people experience some form of abuse, a figure higher than previously estimated and predicted to rise as populations age worldwide. A new study, supported by WHO and published in the Lancet Global Health, has found that almost 16% of people aged 60 years and

Asia and the Middle East lead rise in arms imports; the United States and Russia remain largest arms exporters, says SIPRI

(Stockholm, 22 February 2016) The volume of international transfers of major weapons has grown continuously since 2004 and rose by 14 per cent between 2006–10 and 2011–15, according to new data on international arms transfers published today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Six of the top 10 largest arms importers in the

THE RISE OF THE TURKISH REAL ESTATE MARKET

Cityscape Global set to welcome more than 50 Turkish exhibitors as number of foreign investments grows Dubai, UAE, 23 August 2015: Turkey’s booming real estate sector remains a hotspot for GCC investors, as transactions made by foreign buyers continues to rise in the popular tourist destination.   According to data released by the Turkish Statistical

With Monsoon Arrive a New Set of Health Woes: Doctors at Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon Report Rise in Viral, Bacterial Infections

Multispecialty, Paras Hospital, Gurgaon talks about some common disease prevalent during monsoon and measures to prevent them With high humidity coupled with heat, bacterial, viral and fungal infections become common Gurgaon, July 2015: The monsoon season is a time for some much-needed relief from the scorching hot summer months, but it is also a time