Youth Congress Members Clash With Cops

Posted by Kelley Halter On August - 11 - 2011

Youth Congress Members Clash With CopsLed by national president Rajiv Satav and general secretary Virendra Rathore, Youth Congress workers clashed with the police near the railway station when they were prevented from taking out a procession.

A cameraman, four policemen, and around 10 Youth Congress workers were injured in the scuffle.

From Indianexpress.com:

The police cane-charged and used water cannons to disperse the workers who pelted stones. While two YC workers — Amit Verma, Youth Congress president from Ambedkarnagar, and Surendra Fauji from Delhi — suffered head injuries, Virender Rathore fractured his right hand.

The Youth Congress had announced a “Lalkar yatra” against corruption and the deteriorating law and order situation in the state.

“When Youth Congress workers were trying to move towards Vidhan Sabha, we tried to control them peacefully but they became violent and started throwing stones, eggs and other things. Four policemen, including a deputy superintendent, were injured and they had to resort to lathicharge to disperse them,” said Lucknow DIG DK Thakur.

Positive Attitude Quotations for Youth

Posted by Kelley Halter On June - 3 - 2011

Positive Attitude Quotations for YouthThe youth of today will decide the future of tomorrow and this is the reason why we have always emphasized upon youth development and this compilation of positive attitude quotations is no exception.

Being assertive does not mean attacking or ignoring others feelings. It means that you are willing to hold up for yourself fairly-without attacking others. – Albert Ellis, Michael Abrams, Lidia Dengelegi, The Art & Science of Rational Eating, 1992

Eccentricity is not, as dull people would have us believe, a form of madness. It is often a kind of innocent pride, and the man of genius and the aristocrat are frequently regarded as eccentrics because genius and aristocrat are entirely unafraid of and uninfluenced by the opinions and vagaries of the crowd. – Edith Sitwell (1887 – 1964), Taken Care Of ,1965

A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. – Herm Albright (1876 – 1944)

I happen to feel that the degree of a person’s intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting attitudes she can bring to bear on the same topic. – Lisa Alther, Kinflicks, 1975

Complaining is good for you as long as you’re not complaining to the person you’re complaining about.Lynn Johnston (1947 – ), For Better or For Worse, 11-06-03

I am still determined to be cheerful and happy, in whatever situation I may be; for I have also learned from experience that the greater part of our happiness or misery depends upon our dispositions, and not upon our circumstances. – Martha Washington (1732 – 1802)

A strong positive mental attitude will create more miracles than any wonder drug. – Patricia Neal

Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives. – William James (1842 – 1910)

The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind. – William James (1842 – 1910)

Indians among most vacation deprived

Posted by Kelley Halter On April - 21 - 2011

Indians among most vacation deprived

A recently concluded survey has revealed that the youth may be India’s demographic dividend, but they are also among the most vacation deprived in the world.

India has emerged as the fourth most vacation deprived country after Japan, the US, and Australia as per a Vacation Deprivation survey.

From in.finance.yahoo.com:

The study says that on an average, Indians are entitled to 26 annual leave days but are able to avail of 22 leave days on an average. However, 35 percent of those surveyed said they were not able to take more than 15 days of annual leaves.

The survey was carried out amongst service class professionals at managerial levels and above in 11 countries in 2010, with over 1,000 respondents per country. The India survey was conducted in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

Japan, the most holiday-deprived nation for the second year in a row, receives on average 16.5 days of annual leave. However, 94 per cent of Japanese do not take all their leave days, taking on an average just 9 days of their entitled annual leaves.

On the other hand, in France, which ranks as the world’s most holiday-rich nation, the average employee receives 37.5 annual leave days per year (and takes on an average 34.5 of those days).

‘This is the first time that we have undertaken the annual Vacation Deprivation survey in India. The study provides interesting insights into the key factors discouraging most Indians from taking their vacation – lack of choice and flexibility in the holiday offers emerged a few factors,’ said Expedia.co.in marketing head Manmeet Ahluwalia.

The study by online travel company Expedia.co.in revealed young Indians have a tendency of being workoholics as a ‘as a means to achieve faster career growth.’

Art of Living – Yoga for treating depression and stress

Posted by Kelley Halter On November - 19 - 2010

The concept of Yuvabharat is all about reaching out to the youth of the society, especially the underprivileged. In this YouTube video, you will be accessing some valuable tips on Yoga and its benefits for treating health complications such as depression and stress.

Google- The Aspirational Leader for Job Seekers

Posted by Kelley Halter On October - 15 - 2010

Google- The Aspirational Leader for Job Seekers

Google now becomes the most aspired company the youth are trying for jobs. On the hand, TCS in India becomes the “best employer company”. Google has come up with recent HR policies and environment culture which attracts job seekers to be part of it.

From timesofindia.indiatimes.com:

Global search giant Google has been voted as the “dream company” by Indian software professionals, while TCS emerged as the Best Employer in the latest annual IT Best Employer Survey conducted by Dataquest-IDC India. One in eight professionals has put Google at the top of the aspirational league, ahead of other global software giants like Oracle, Accenture, Microsoft and IBM.

Also a positive change in work- life balance and flexible working hours have given a number of employers a point of ease in their work with accuracy. The chance of growth and career development has upgraded the recruitment as well as development process of the companies after the recession.

Presenting Yourself at Workplace

Posted by Kelley Halter On September - 19 - 2010

Presenting Yourself at WorkplaceOnce you are there at a workplace, you tend to meet lot many young people. But one will always remember the one whose impression is long lasting and attractive. It is said that first impression is the last impression and the youth nowadays does not give any second chance to prove you. You will always notice that because of these things a person can get a chance to stand out of the crowd and avails opportunity at times. One needs to create a social networking site. It is important to present yourself the best you can.

From timesofindia.indiatimes.com:

It’s rightly said, the first impression you make on someone is the one that’s going to stay with them for a lifetime. Yes, how you present yourself the first time you’re meeting someone — be it a potential life partner or a potential new employer, your classmates on the first day of college or even a new group of people — is of utmost importance in building and maintaining relationships. Knowing how to make a good first impression is very essential. Here are a few quick tips on how to make a good first impression.

There are little tips while you interact and promoting youth relationship: You should stand straight, to show an aura of confidence in you. Carrying yourself properly while walking is another way you can allow people to come to you and know you. One should make good eye contact in a conversation. The handshake should be brief, firm and without any sign of nervousness. The way you introduce yourself gives a good impression and will gradually boost your confidence as people take interest to know your personality and traits. Be relaxed and listen to everyone with proper attention.

Good News for Readers

Posted by Kelley Halter On September - 16 - 2010

Good News for ReadersWink the new technology, by Bangalore based industry, now allows the readers to access e-books in any language. Apart from e- books, it also enables access to magazines, journals and soon to be added an on the go e-newspaper. The best part about Wink is that that it allows users to access it anytime and anywhere with good battery life. It is suppose to be great among the youth and the teenagers with increasing awareness among the people.

From hindustantimes.com

Bangalore-based digital publisher EC Media International on Thursday launched its multi-function e-book reader Wink that not only supports 15 languages but will also offer over 200,000 book titles on debut. Wink will offer consumers a one-stop e-store to access e-reading content of choice that would enable access not just to e-books, but also journals, newspapers, magazines and selected articles, EC Media said.

Many of the titles have been acquired from international aggregators, giving Indians access to a whole lot of books not available in the country.

It uses an e-ink technology for the content to be able to see in the sunlight as well. The best features includes the portability it possess, accessible to large masses, preview, download and secure payment options  and tries to increase the interest of people in reading.

Losing Virginity at Early Age-A Concern

Posted by Kelley Halter On September - 6 - 2010

LOSING VIRGINITY AT EARLY AGE- A CONCERNDay by day in this very increasing modern world new studies are revealed and the statistics are being revised. Experts now say that increased sex education and callous attitude of parents has eventually helped in bringing down the average of losing virginity among the youth at early age. There are many reasons for it such as declining puberty age i.e. for girls it is 9-10 years and for boys 10-11 years.

Television, magazines and internet, social networking sites further creates curiosity among the teenagers and make them feel like to experience the concept he/she has gathered about the past years about sex. The parents’ uninterested attitude forces a child to find support and look for alternatives such as sex for stress. Attraction among the opposite sex is natural, but nowadays teenagers take all in the stride of fun. It is also seen that that intake of alcohol and peer pressure group is another major reason in teenagers which lowers down the average of losing virginity to 17 years.

From timesofindia.indiatimes.com:

Studies have revealed that children, these days, are losing their virginity at a very young age. Experts say that with the average age of puberty going down to 9-10 years for girls and 10-11 years for boys, the average age for losing virginity too is going down. And the deadly paring with this is — awareness about sex is more these days and information (not always from the right sources) is freely available. Television, movies and most prominently the Internet is loaded with extremely easily accessible information and graphic details. This, most of the time, helps to entice the youngsters to experiment, who already have hormones raging through them.

To tackle with all the complications, lower maturity level of children and its consequences should be dealt by regular counseling actions along with parents. The teenagers should be taken seriously and must be made aware of the good and the bad consequences. Children need to know that sex is just not a physical attribute but a gift in a relationship which should be taken seriously and mere not a fun.

Also, teenagers need to understand that saying no to losing virginity at young age is not a sin. It must be taken seriously and one should know the limits.

Success for Youth program offers employment hopes to Youth

Posted by Kelley Halter On July - 23 - 2010

Success for Youth program offers employment hopes to YouthSandusky County youth ages 18 to 21 who have been difficulties in entering or maintaining jobs in the present employment market could be eligible for services through the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 program called Success for Youth.

This program does not require any registration and interested members of the youth community can attend one of the informational sessions at the Job Store, which began this week and will end on July 22.

From Thenews-messenger.com:

The Success for Youth program assists young adults with job-searching skills, career exploration/development, occupational skills training, supportive services and several other elements designed to move youth toward self-sufficiency and employment success. To qualify for the program, youth must meet WIA eligibility criteria including age and income requirements.

The Workforce Investment Act was enacted into law in August 1998 to replace the workforce development program of the time with a system that brought businesses on board as a partner in the delivery of local services. WIA funds several programs locally including the Job Store and services for adults and dislocated workers and youth services. All of these programs can be accessed by visiting the Job Store at 2511 Countryside Drive in Fremont.

The Success for Youth program is operated by EHOVE Adult Career Center.

Investigative Journalism award for Youth Radio

Posted by Kelley Halter On June - 16 - 2010

Investigative Journalism award for Youth RadioDuring the annual Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. conference in Las Vegas, Youth Radio received an award for investigative journalism.

The award was for a series aired on NPR’s “All Things Considered” titled, “In the Kennel: Uncovering a Navy Unit’s Culture of Abuse.”

From Contracostatimes.com:

Youth Radio received an award over the weekend for investigative journalism at the annual Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. conference in Las Vegas. The award was for a series aired on NPR’s “All Things Considered” titled, “In the Kennel: Uncovering a Navy Unit’s Culture of Abuse.”

The Youth Radio team told the story of an American sailor’s abuse by his chief. The sailor had been hogtied in a chair, left in a kennel spread with feces and forced to simulate sex acts on videotape. They revealed more than 90 incidents of hazing, sex solicitation and embezzlement, uncovering widespread psychological, sexual and physical abuses across the unit, a pattern which had been investigated but dropped.

Their report resulted in a thorough examination of the conduct of commissioned officers in the Bahrain chain of command, the forced retirement of the unit’s chief and a review of the Navy’s response to complaints.

The supervising team responsible for this project was Youth Radio producers Ellin O’Leary, Charlie Foster, Rachel Krantz, Nishat Kurwa and Lissa Soep along with NPR reporters Tom Bowman, Graham Smith and Chris Turpin.

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