‘One person was very angry about a scene, and the other person was saying “Well, if you don’t like it, you don’t have to watch it” or “If you don’t like it, you can leave”,’ Fennell, who was in the audience, recalled. ‘It was quite visceral, and that was quite shocking because obviously I wanted to make a film that was thought-provoking that people talk about, but I wasn’t expecting that.’ … [Read more...] about Thelma & Louise for the MeToo generation: Promising Young Woman shows men aren’t the only violent sex… and its tipped to win Oscars for star Carey Mulligan and its dazzlingly talented writer
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Renewable Power Corporation of Kerala Limited, a public sector undertaking with an equal partnership between the KSEB and the Solar Energy Corporation of India, oversees the operation of the solar park. With the realisation of the Paivalike project, there would be a big improvement in the power supply situation in the district. The project would also give an impetus to the industrial sector in the district, Mr. Thomas said. … [Read more...] about Solar power plant to be inaugurated
New Delhi: The Union power ministry on Saturday said it will examine representations made by the solar industry seeking revision of consumer rules to allow net metering for all solar rooftops projects. The ministry of power tweeted that it received representations on the issue, “which are being examined and based on this a call will be taken for balancing the interest of all stakeholders.”“Discoms financial health is very important for sustainability of the entire value chain of power sector, i.e. transmission, trading, generation and coal companies, the electrical equipment suppliers,” the clarification tweeted by the ministry said.It said prior consultations were held with stakeholders prior to finalising the rules. Based on the comments from consumers, industry and discoms, a balance view was taken and the net metering cap was increased to 10kW against 5kW proposed earlier.National Solar Energy Federation of India CEO Subrahmanyam Pulipaka told ET said the … [Read more...] about Examining revision of 10 kW net metering cap: Power ministry
The desire to have flatter organisations is born out of the necessity of having to meet challenges posed by changing market realities. Continual changes and uncertainties in the business environment require organisations to be leaner and swifter, ensuring greater flexibility in reporting and decision-making systems. The reality of distributed teams is also promoting such flexibility. For the older generations — baby boomers and generation X — organisational structures must be looking a lot flatter than they did only a couple of decades ago. It is a structural shift that these generation may be getting accustomed to. In contrast, millennials and generation Z are born into such a corporate world, and are therefore at home functioning in structures that have only a few hierarchical markers. “Millennials respect hierarchy. It is important to have a hierarchical structure. Without that, there can’t be learning. It promotes progress, as it provides employees with the … [Read more...] about How can inter-generational collaboration be achieved at the workplace of the 2020s?
Mamuju, the capital of West Sulawesi province with nearly 75,000 people, was strewn with debris from collapsed buildings. A governor office building was almost flattened by the quake and a shopping mall was reduced to a crumpled hulk. A large bridge collapsed and patients with drips laid on folding beds under tarpaulin tents outside one of the damaged hospitals. … [Read more...] about Damaged roads, power blackouts hamper rescue efforts at Indonesian quake site
Nadia Ali and Arshad Ali, both from Streatham, each deny breaching regulation provisions contrary to the Education and Skills Act 2008. … [Read more...] about Muslim head and her father carried on teaching despite being convicted of running an illegal £2,500-a-year Islamic school that failed to promote core British values, court hears