Having business partner or planning to start a business with partnership is a always a win-loose factor. Know one knows the partners inner instinct to deal business in several different circumstances and this is why we see the n number of broken partnerships.
There can be mush said on the broken links, here I'm telling you the only key to select right business partner.
Key is Graphology or say handwriting analysis. It helps you to know whether, your business partner is good starter and poor finisher ? What if he is a big deceiver? What if he can't face pressure ? selecting Business partner is equally important as life partner. Graphology can help you to select right business partner who can take right decisions & actions at right time using a good plan & structure. For any business with - Employment issues- Low production,-- Leaking business secrets -employees not at the right work, It will point out who is most likely causing the problem of. Who is talking letting the companies secrets out, who is giving co-workers negative feeling.
Partners tiny imbalance will generate lots of disturbance in every aspect of company and so the success-productivity & returns.
Peoples fears to do a partnership business coz bad history, It is also true that two minds can work much better than one (but only when both intellect matches as a blue print).
Employees has a lion's share in every success, productivity, quality, returns & failure. Hence it is very necessary to Recruitments right employees. We using graphology chooses right employees according to business criteria.
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Rounds of charged exchanges and fist-pounding rants did little to lift the air inevitability that surrounded Thursday‚Äôs hearing. The battle lines were drawn long ago and the outcome was all-but assured.
Before the end of the day, the Democrats on the committee would almost certainly vote to send articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the House floor. Republicans would almost certainly and uniformly oppose it.
The session has broken for lunch. My colleague Lauren Gambino will have a wrap of the day‚Äôs activities thus far coming shortly.
We‚Äôve just had this update from deputy police commissioner John Tims, the national operations commander:
This morning a blessing was held at sea with representatives of the families of the victims of the Whakaari/White Island volcanic eruption.
The family representatives are returning to the mainland and the operation to recover the eight bodies on the island has commenced.
Our reporter @katiescotcher says it's a beautifully still morning in WhakatńĀne.
The crowd began gathering at the cordon of the WhakatńĀne waterfront before 5am and have been singing waiata while looking toward Whakaari / White Island, 50km from the shoreline. pic.twitter.com/EVaAklpKBP
Greenpeace activists unfurl climate emergency banner on Brussels venue before event
European leaders meeting at a summit in Brussels will make a new attempt to set the European Union on course for carbon neutrality by 2050, in a test of the bloc‚Äôs credibility on the climate emergency.
Hours before EU leaders were due to arrive on Thursday, Greenpeace activists unfurled a banner on the side of the summit venue warning of the climate emergency.
Low turnout reflects widespread disaffection with election pitting regime loyalists against each other
Algeria‚Äôs presidential election has been marked by police clashes and a mass boycott, in a victory for the country‚Äôs pro-democracy protest movement, which has derided the vote as a sham.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets on Thursday, chanting ‚ÄúNo to elections of shame‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúGenerals in the rubbish‚ÄĚ. The election commission put the turnout at just 20% by 3pm ‚Äď a figure that will be seen as a victory by the protesters.
Leader‚Äôs silence ‚Äėsays far more than your words‚Äô, lawyer says during genocide hearing
Aung San Suu Kyi has been told her silence over allegations of sexual violence and rape carried out against Rohingya people in Myanmar ‚Äúsays far more than your words‚ÄĚ, on the third day of the international court of justice‚Äôs hearing into accusations of genocide.
Prof Philippe Sands QC told the court in The Hague: ‚ÄúNot a word [has been said by Aung San Suu Kyi] about the women and girls of Myanmar who have been subjected to these awful serial violations. Madame Agent [her status in court], your silence says far more than your words.‚ÄĚ
Company ordered to pay CasaPound ‚ā¨800 for each day the account has been closed
A civil court in Rome has ruled that Facebook must immediately reactivate the account of the Italian neo-fascist party CasaPound and pay the group ‚ā¨800 (¬£675) for each day the account has been closed, according to local media.
Facebook shut the party‚Äôs account, which had 240,000 followers, along with its Instagram page in early September. A Facebook spokesperson told the Ansa news agency at the time: ‚ÄúPersons or organisations that spread hatred or attack others on the basis of who they are will not have a place on Facebook and Instagram. The accounts we removed today violate this policy and will no longer be present on Facebook or Instagram.‚ÄĚ
Paramilitary forces deployed at demonstrations in north-east over bill excluding Muslims
Two protesters have been shot dead by police in the Indian state of Assam during unrest over legislation that will allow for Hindu but not Muslim migrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan to become citizens of India.
The citizenship amendment bill (CAB), passed by the parliamentary lower house on Monday and by the upper house on Wednesday night, has faced fierce opposition from indigenous people in the north-eastern states of Assam and Tripura.
John Casson blames absence of strategic thinking about UK role in world
Britain has not made the running on any foreign policy issue since at least 2013 and suffers from a fundamental absence of strategic thinking about its role in the world, the most senior foreign policy adviser to David Cameron has said.
John Casson ‚Äď who worked in No 10 from 2010 to 2014 before becoming UK ambassador to Cairo until last year ‚Äď warned of a lack of confidence across Whitehall about Britain‚Äôs role in the world. ‚ÄúWe see lots of actors smaller than us by most metrics making more of a difference because they have a clearer-eyed sense of their strategic intent and the power they hold,‚ÄĚ he said.
The Union Carbide factory explosion remains the world‚Äôs worst industrial accident ‚Äď but as its dreadful legacy becomes increasingly apparent, victims are still waiting for justice
The residents of JP Nagar have no way to escape their ghosts. This ramshackle neighbourhood, on the outskirts of the Indian city of Bhopal, stands just metres away from the chemical factory which exploded just after midnight on 2 December 1984 and seeped poison into their lives forever. The blackened ruins of the Union Carbide plant still loom untouched behind the factory walls.
Photographer Judah Passow has documented those were affected by the Bhopal disaster 35 years ago, which killed an estimated 25,000 people ad has left more than 150,000 suffering from chronic medical conditions
Judah Passow has waived his fee for this work. Contributions to the Bhopal Medical Appeal can be made at www.bhopal.org
Exclusive: With heatwaves predicted to worsen dramatically over the next 30 years, many big US cities are failing to fully plan to protect those most vulnerable to extreme heat
When heatwaves hammered US cities this summer, one of the hottest in recorded history, some city governments had plans in place to protecttheir most at-risk residents.
Philadelphia‚Äôs plan sent homeless outreach teams to distribute water and bring people to cooling centers. Austin‚Äôs plan suspended electricity shutoffs for low-income or fixed-income customers. Chicago‚Äôs plan dispatched building inspectors to monitor shelters and other buildings without air conditioning.
A mile east of the Lu√≠s I Bridge in the middle of a residential neighbourhood in Porto, Portugal‚Äôs second city, sits a bleak and decaying building.
Initially a three-storey car park, then a thriving shopping centre, the building has more recently suffered from years of neglect. Its walls are sprayed with graffiti and plastered with stickers, and the windows are blacked out.
BJP politicians have said ‚Äėno Hindu family will have to leave India‚Äô after national register of citizens
It was 81 days ago that Kamal Hussain Mondal, a 32-year-old brick factory worker from a remote village in West Bengal, took his own life. He had been a carefree man and attentive father to his two young sons, and was known throughout Soladana village for his devotion to his wife Khayrun Nahar Bibi. The pair had been married for 13 years but she spoke of their ‚Äúpuppy love‚ÄĚ. He would feed her with his hands at mealtimes and on Sundays he would take her out on the back of his bicycle, telling others he loved simply riding through the fields together and chatting.
‚ÄúHe promised he would look after us for ever,‚ÄĚ says Bibi. ‚ÄúBut after he heard about NRC, everything changed and he fell into a deep despair. He told me: all Muslims are going to be driven from India now. They will lock us up or just kill us. Just wait and see.‚ÄĚ
Residents smeared in faeces and attacking staff at Orbis Abbey Rose, inspectors report
A children‚Äôs home for young people with autism and learning difficulties has been condemned as inadequate in all areas after inspectors reported serious and widespread failures which put those in its care ‚Äúat significant risk of harm‚ÄĚ.
Inspectors who visited Orbis Abbey Rose in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, last month, described children and staff smeared with faeces, pupils fed on a diet of junk food and children engaged in ‚Äúhighly dangerous behaviours‚ÄĚ including smashing car windows, throwing furniture and assaulting staff.
New ECB boss says plan to put ‚ā¨20bn a month into financial system may not push growth
New European Central Bank (ECB) boss Christine Lagarde has kept open the possibility of a fresh stimulus package for the eurozone after admitting that a plan to inject ‚ā¨20bn a month into the financial system was unlikely to push growth and inflation back to target.
If Washington wants to be on the right side of history, it must open the way for Sudan to receive economic support
Over the past year, the Sudanese people have staged a near miraculous revolution, overthrowing the 30-year dictatorship of President Omar al-Bashir.
Following mediation led by the African Union and Ethiopia, a transitional government consisting of civilians and military generals is headed by Abdalla Hamdok, a veteran economist untainted by the decades of corruption and misrule. It is the best compromise: the army, and especially the paramilitary Rapid Support Force, are simply too powerful to be removed from politics in one fell swoop.
Borrowers have accused NGOs of charging unfairly high interest, demanding rapid payback, and reporting debts to the police
The world‚Äôs largest NGO has been forced to conduct an internal review of a money-lending scheme it runs for the poor in Sierra Leone after some borrowers amassed significant debts and were reported to police when they couldn‚Äôt repay loans.
A Guardian investigation into a microfinance programme run by Brac found that the NGO‚Äôs staff were failing to fully explain the conditions of the loan to borrowers, or ensure they could afford the high interest rates associated with such loans.
Hilton and Intercontinental among 12 hotel chains named in litigation claiming signs of sexual exploitation were ignored
Hotel brands owned by Hilton, Intercontinental and Best Western are among a number of leading global chains accused of profiting from sex trafficking.
In a landmark case that lawyers claim demonstrates ‚Äúindustry-wide failures‚ÄĚ to prevent sex trafficking, it has been alleged that women and children were held captive, abused and sold for sex in their guest rooms across the US.
Southern Africa‚Äôs third largest economy is a textbook example of the increasing debt facing a fast-growing continent
Zambia‚Äôs capital, Lusaka, was having a power cut, so the only light in the restaurant was from Fumba Chama‚Äôs mobile phone. The rapper, better known as PilAto, had just finished uploading a new track to Twitter. The bitter-sweet lyrics (in Bemba) of Yama Chinese describe the concerns of many Zambians: ‚ÄúThey put on smart suits and fly to China to sell our country. The roads belong to China. The hotels are for the Chinese. The chicken farms are Chinese. Even the brickworks are Chinese.‚ÄĚ
Humanitarian agencies say Rohingya people displaced by violence in Rakhine state are forced to live under severe restrictions
The UK has broken ranks with the UN and will keep funding ‚Äúclosed‚ÄĚ Rohingya camps inside Myanmar despite fears that doing so may entrench ‚Äúapartheid-like‚ÄĚ conditions in the country, the Guardian has learned.
Internal briefing documents as well as interviews with UN and humanitarian agency officials in Myanmar showed the British government was maintaining a policy of providing aid and other support to displaced people living in camps in Myanmar‚Äôs Rakhine state that have been slated for closure since 2017.
The unsung heroes of Oakland‚Äôs drastic reduction in gun violence are the communities themselves
There is a saying, made famous by the criminal justice reformers Glenn Martin and Piper Kerman, that those closest to the problem are closest to the solution, but are also furthest from the resources and power to address it.
No one is closer to the decades-long epidemic of violence in Oakland than those who have grown up around it, those who live daily with the specter of violence, whose sleep has been punctured by the sound of gunfire, whose lives are forever marked by the pain of loved ones lost. Now that Oakland homicides are finally on the decline, it is these people, and the organizations within which they work, who are the unsung heroes.
New Zealand‚Äôs accident compensation scheme covers cost of treatment for all injuries and bars victims from taking legal action against operators
In New Zealand, where bodies still lie on a volcano after Monday‚Äôs eruption and survivors fill hospital burns units across the country to capacity, questions are mounting about who exactly was responsible for the safety of tourists on Whakaari or White Island, and, if failings are found, who will be held accountable.
Questions are also being asked about the wisdom of allowing tourists on to the island while it was assigned a volcanic alert level of two out of five, signalling volcanic unrest ‚Äď a practice that has happened for years.
Myanmar leader tells court in The Hague that civilian deaths were not genocide but part of a civil war
She might have been saving her best defence for the highest stage of all. But the arguments advanced by Aung San Suu Kyi at The Hague in response to allegations including genocide were much the same as the Burmese leader has been making for years. Most had been discredited long before she delivered her 20-minute address at the international court of justice on Wednesday morning.
There had undoubtedly been violence in the country‚Äôs restive northern Rakhine state, Aung San Suu Kyi told the judges. Armed groups had attacked the Burmese army, which had responded with force, sending more than 700,000 Rohingya fleeing to Bangladesh. But she challenged the idea that the military‚Äôs actions were carried out with genocidal intent ‚Äď ‚Äúto destroy the Rohingya as a group, in whole or in part‚ÄĚ.
Fishermen on Canada‚Äôs Vancouver Island have filmed the moment they rescued a bald eagle from the grips of an octopus‚Äôs tentacles after the bird of prey tried to attack it. The footage shows the fisherman removing the bird from the octopus‚Äôs tight hold, before they release it back to safety
Aung San Suu Kyi has dismissed allegations of state violence against Rohingya Muslims at The Hague. Speaking on the second day of hearings at the International Court of Justice in the genocide case against Myanmar, the country's de facto prime minister denied there had been genocidal intent in her government't treatment of the Rohingya and blamed the conflict on an uprising by separatist insurgents
Sarah Stuart-Black at New Zealand's civil defence ministry says recovering the bodies of those killed on Whakaari/White Island is 'an absolute imperative'. John Tims of New Zealand police says the resources are standing by to go back to the island 'as soon as we are confident there are no risks'. Conditions on New Zealand‚Äôs Whakaari/White Island have worsened, hampering the retrieval of those killed in Monday's volcanic explosion. Volcanologist Graham Leonard says volcanic activity has increased at the site and that there is a risk of another eruption like Monday‚Äôs. Leonard also says it would be challenging for rescuers to breath, see or walk on the island given the current activity.
House Democrats have introduced two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump for high crimes and misdemeanours. At a press conference announcing the move, the House judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler accused the president of betraying public trust and endangering US national security to benefit himself
The families of those missing after the White Island eruption in New Zealand say they are 'standing together' as they wait for information about their loved ones. Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's prime minister, said the scale of the disaster was 'devastating' and that reconnaissance flights had found no sign of life on the island. Police have launched an inquiry into the eruption after at least six people died and many more were injured
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