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October 30, 2021

The G20 Summit starts in Rome.

G20 Summit

G20 Summit

Photos: G20 Summit Working Sessions. Rome, Italy. October 30, 2021. Images provided by G20 Rome.

Rome, Italy. October 30, 2021 — The first G20 Summit hosted by Italy started today in Rome. On Saturday 30 and Sunday, October 31, the Heads of State and Government of the world’s major economies, together with invited countries and representatives of international and regional organizations, will address several critical topics of the global agenda.

The Summit represents the culminating moment of the intense work carried out during the whole year of the Italian G20 Presidency through Ministers’ Meetings, Sherpa meetings, Working Groups, and Engagement Groups.

The Summit takes place in the EUR district, inside the Nuvola Convention Center, globally recognized as one of the most refined examples of contemporary aesthetics. The Media Centre is housed in the Palazzo dei Congressi, another landmark of the area.

Source: G20 Rome


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October 28, 2021

World University Reputation Rankings 2021

World University Reputation Rankings

World University Reputation Rankings

Photo: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (front, center) with a group of students after delivering the Cyril Foster Lecture, “Human Protection and the 21st Century United Nations”, at Oxford University, United Kingdom. Oxford, United Kingdom. February 2, 2011. UN Photo/Mark Garten. [File Photo]

London, October 28, 2021 — The Times Higher Education today released its World University Reputation Rankings 2021. These rankings emerge from the world’s largest invitation-only opinion survey of senior, published academics.

Reputation Rankings are different from Academic Rankings.

Harvard University tops the ranking for the 11th consecutive year, and the US remains the most represented country, with 57 institutions (down from 60 last year).

Tsinghua University has risen three places to become the first Chinese institution to join the top 10. In comparison, the University of Oxford climbs two places to make the top three and overtake the University of Cambridge as the UK’s chief representative.

The UK still has the second-highest number of representatives in the ranking - 25, the same as last year.

Mainland China is now third in the country roll call, up from fourth last year, with 17 institutions (up from 13).


Source: Times Higher Education

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October 27, 2021

Land Rover Reveals New Range Rover at the Royal Opera House in London

Land Rover

Photo: English film and television actress, Laura Carmichael, attends the launch of the new Range Rover at The Royal Opera House on October 26, 2021, in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Jaguar Land Rover).

Land Rover

Land Rover

Land Rover

Photos: The New Range Rover. Images provided by Land Rover.

Whitley, UK, October 26, 2021 - Land Rover has revealed the new Range Rover at the Royal Opera House in London. The next generation defines modern luxury by design, providing more refinement, customer choice, and scope for personalization than ever before.

Thierry Bolloré, Chief Executive Officer, Jaguar Land Rover, said: “The New Range Rover is a great manifestation of our vision to create the world’s most desirable luxury vehicles, for the most discerning of customers. It writes the next chapter in the unique story of pioneering innovation that has been a Range Rover hallmark for more than 50 years.”

“Range Rover is the original luxury SUV and has led by example for 50 years, combining serene comfort and composure with all-conquering capability. The New Range Rover is the most desirable yet, effortlessly combining breathtaking modernity and aesthetic grace with technological sophistication and seamless connectivity - with space for up to seven adults for the first time,” the company announced.

Prof Gerry McGovern OBE, Chief Creative Officer, Jaguar Land Rover, said: “It is possible to respect your DNA and still project forwards - and that is what we have done. The modernist nature of our design philosophy doesn’t follow fashion or trends. It’s free from superfluous detail, resulting in a form that speaks to modernity yet is full of charm and delivers new levels of emotional engagement. As a result, the new Range Rover is quite simply the most desirable ever created.”

Source: Land Rover UK

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October 26, 2021

U.S. News & World Report announces its 2022 Best Global Universities Rankings

The newest edition evaluates schools from more than 90 countries.

U.S. News, University Rankings

U.S. News, University Rankings

Photo: Columbia University Library. Image Credit: Alex Proimos.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26, 2021 — U.S. News & World Report, one of the global authorities in education rankings, today published the 2022 edition of the Best Global Universities. The new edition evaluates more than 1,700 schools giving overall scores on academic research and reputation.

The U.S. leads the overall ranking, with schools in the top four spots. No. 1 is Harvard University, followed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, and the University of California Berkeley at No. 2, 3, and 4. Rounding out the top five is the University of Oxford in the U.K.

The 2022 edition includes universities from more than 90 countries. The most ranked schools are in the following countries:

U.S.: 271
China: 253
Japan: 93
U.K.: 89
Germany: 70

“These rankings stand out from our other education rankings due to their emphasis on academic research,” said Robert Morse, chief data strategist at U.S. News. “The Best Global Universities feature an overall ranking of more than 1,700 universities, as well as subject rankings of additional 255 universities, for a total of 2,005 schools, providing even more information for prospective students interested in schools where research is a top priority.”

Five new subjects were added to the rankings, bringing the total to 43. The new subjects are physical chemistry, food science and technology, optics, condensed matter physics, and polymer science.

Based on Web of Science™ data and InCites™ metrics provided by Clarivate, a global leader in providing trusted information and insights to accelerate the pace of innovation, the Best Global Universities methodology weighs factors that measure a university’s global and regional research reputation and academic research performance. The overall rankings include bibliometric indicators such as publications, citations, and international collaboration. In addition, each subject ranking has its methodology based on academic research performance in that specific area.

“As students, faculty, and staff continue to navigate the pandemic, comparable school-specific data remains important to individuals exploring their higher education options,” said Kim Castro, editor and chief content officer of U.S. News. “For eight years and counting, the Best Global Universities rankings have provided easily accessible data that prospective students can use to evaluate those options.”

• 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities

• Overall Best Global Universities - Top 10

• Africa - Top 3

• Asia - Top 3

• Australia/New Zealand - Top 3

• Europe - Top 3

• Latin America - Top 3

U.S. News & World Report is a global leader in quality rankings that enable citizens, consumers, business leaders, and policy officials to make better, more informed decisions about important issues affecting their lives. A multifaceted digital media company with Education, Health, Money, Travel, Cars, and News platforms, U.S. News provides rankings, independent reporting, data journalism, consumer advice, and U.S. News Live events. Founded in 1933, U.S. News has its headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Source: U.S. News & World Report

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October 25, 2021

Every College and University Student Around the World Can Now Receive a Free Digital Copy of Bill Gates' Book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

Bill Gates Book

SEATTLE, October 25, 2021 — Beginning today, Bill Gates will give every college and university student around the world a free digital copy of his best-selling book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need (Alfred A. Knopf, February 16, 2021).

As climate leaders from the public and private sectors gather in Glasgow, Scotland, for the COP26 climate conference next month, the imperative to take tangible action as a global community has never been stronger.

“Students and young activists have kept climate change at the top of the global agenda, despite the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we owe it to them and to everyone around the world to develop real plans and take real action,” said Bill Gates. “The next generation of scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, policy-makers, and activists will carry this work forward as the world aims to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.”

Throughout 2021, Gates has spoken with more than 132,000 students in virtual Q&A sessions to hear their thoughts on climate change and the work that lies ahead to transform the entire physical economy and shift away from carbon-emitting energy sources. By making his book available to every college and university student worldwide, Gates hopes to encourage more young people to learn about climate change and consider what role they could play in the years ahead.

The free download is available to any college or university student anywhere in the world. The book gets delivered in a .epub file for opening in a compatible e-reader application. It will be available for download on Bill Gates’ blog, Gates Notes, this week only.

To download the book, visit

Bill Gates has spent a decade investigating the causes and effects of climate change. With the help of experts in physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, political science, and finance, he has focused on what must be done to stop a climate disaster. In this book, he not only explains why we need to work toward net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases but also details what we need to do to achieve this profoundly important goal.

He gives us a clear-eyed description of the challenges we face. Drawing on his background in technology innovation, he details what it will take to get new ideas from the lab to the market. Next, he describes the areas in which existing technology is already helping to reduce emissions and outlines where breakthrough innovations are needed to take us the rest of the way. Finally, he lays out concrete, practical plan for achieving the goal of zero emissions. It suggests policies that governments should adopt and what we as individuals can do to keep our government, employers, and ourselves accountable to avoid the worst effects of climate change.

Bill Gates is a technologist, business leader, and philanthropist. In 1975, he co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Paul Allen.

Source: Gates Notes

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October 22, 2021

Academy Reveals 2021 Student Academy Award Winners and Medal Placement.

Virtual Program Hosted by Amandla Stenberg, with Pete Docter, Asghar Farhadi, Marielle Heller and Nanfu Wang to Present

Student Academy Awards

Photo: Some of the 2021 Student Academy Award Winners. Images provided by the Academy.

LOS ANGELES, CA. October 22, 2021 — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted 17 students as winners of the 48th Student Academy Awards competition. Oscar-winning filmmaker and 1992 Student Academy Award winner Pete Docter, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, and filmmakers Marielle Heller and Nanfu Wang presented the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal awards in the seven award categories in a virtual program highlighting the winners and their films on Thursday, October 21. This year, the Student Academy Awards competition received 1,404 submissions from 210 domestic and 126 international colleges and universities. The 2021 winners join the ranks of such past Student Academy Award winners as Patricia Cardoso, Cary Fukunaga, Spike Lee, Patricia Riggen, and Robert Zemeckis.

• The 2021 Student Academy Award medalists are:

• Alternative/Experimental (Domestic and International Film Schools)

• Animation (Domestic Film Schools)

• Animation (International Film Schools)

• Documentary (Domestic Film Schools)

• Documentary (International Film Schools)

• Narrative (Domestic Film Schools)

• Narrative (International Film Schools)

• First-time honors go to the University of Iowa and Cleveland Institute of Art.

All Student Academy Award-winning films are eligible to compete for the 2021 Oscars in the Animated Short Film, Live Action Short Film, or Documentary Short Subject category. Past winners have gone on to receive 65 Oscar nominations and have won or shared 14 awards.

The Student Academy Awards were established in 1972 to provide a platform for emerging global talent by creating opportunities to showcase their work.

Source: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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U.S. Institute of Peace Announces Josephine Ekiru as the 2021 Women Building Peace Award Recipient

U.S. Institute of Peace

WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2021 — The U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) has announced that Ms. Josephine Ekiru of Kenya will receive the Institute’s 2021 Women Building Peace Award.

This prestigious annual award honors women who are building peace in countries impacted by conflict. A council of distinguished experts selected nine finalists among 125 nominations from more than 30 countries.

“If you look around the world, most peace-builders are women,” said USIP President Lise Grande. “It’s our responsibility to do more to support and celebrate these women.”

Ms. Ekiru is the Peace Coordinator for the Northern Rangelands Trust in Kenya. This unique peace group brings together more than 320,000 indigenous people in Northern and Eastern Kenya as they work together to stop conflict, conserve land, protect wildlife, and halt poaching.

U.S. Navy Admiral (Ret.) Michelle Howard presented the award as part of a virtual ceremony that featured the other finalists and paid special tribute to the women of Afghanistan.

“Ms. Ekiru is a heroine,” said Nancy Lindborg, honorary chair of the Women Building Peace (WBP) Council. “Her work to build peace in northern Kenya is a model for all of us.”

“It has been a wonderful experience hearing these women’s stories,” said Marcia Myers Carlucci, co-chair of the WBP Council. “Their commitment to peace, exceptional leadership, and their impact in their communities is nothing short of inspiring.”

“These are some of the strongest and most courageous women you’ll ever meet,” said Megan Beyer, co-chair of the WBP Council. “We’re humbled by what they do every single day.”

The United States Institute of Peace is a national, nonpartisan, independent Institute founded by Congress and dedicated to the proposition that a world without violent conflict is possible, practical, and essential for the U.S. and global security. The Institute works with local partners to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflict in conflict zones abroad. In addition, USIP works with governments and civil societies to build local capacities to manage conflict peacefully to reduce future crises and the need for costly interventions. The Institute pursues its mission by linking research, policy, training, analysis, and direct action to support those working to build a more peaceful, inclusive world.

Source: United States Institute of Peace

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October 21, 2021

Global Leaders Gather at International Leadership Association Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, and Online

Global Leaders

Global Leaders

Photo: Participants at the International Leadership Association’s (ILA’s) global conference. Image Credit: ILA.

SILVER SPRING, MD., and GENEVA, Oct. 21, 2021 — Leadership experts from more than 60 countries worldwide are gathering in person in Geneva 21-23 October and online 24-26 for the International Leadership Association’s (ILA’s) global conference, Reimagining Leadership Together. Global leaders and featured speakers will meaningfully address how we can more fully unleash the abundant potential of people to collaborate across today’s many multi-faceted opportunities and complex issues.

The conference takes place at a pivotal moment. The UN Secretary-General has declared code red for humanity in the wake of the latest IPCC climate report. The world remains in the grip of a global pandemic. More than 84 million people got forcibly displaced, and inequalities are growing. So the ILA’s mission of “Advancing leadership knowledge and practice for a better world” and this year’s conference theme - Reimagining Leadership Together - could not be more relevant.

As Reimagining Leadership Together Co-Chair and Senior Director at the ASU Global Futures Laboratory, Ambassador Amanda Ellis shares: “The ILA has a critical role to play by convening the best leadership minds in the world around the complex problems that face us today. Reimagining Leadership Together is a great first step at figuring out together the positive, just, and regenerative futures we need to save our planet and ourselves.”

A partial list of featured plenary and spotlight speakers includes:

Global Leaders

Thought Leaders

Business Leaders

With a stellar list of keynotes and featured speakers, 400+ expert session and workshop presentations, and a diverse array of networking opportunities, Reimagining Leadership Together promises to inform, inspire, and invigorate.

There’s no better city to be having these conversations than Geneva, the heart and soul of global, multilateral organizations and a hub for international leadership. The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) has been ILA’s onsite conference partner for the past two years. Former GCSP Director Ambassador Christian Dussey helped develop the conference theme before becoming the Ambassador of Switzerland to the Islamic Republic of Iran and stepping down from GCSP. Ambassador Thomas Greminger then took over as conference Co-Chair when he became GCSP’s new director.

Peter Cunningham, Global Program Chair for Reimagining Leadership Together and Head of Leadership at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, notes: “In Geneva, we have a truly diverse international community of thought leadership across so many sectors - governance, global peace and security, science and research, business innovation, humanitarian issues. I’m truly excited by the prospect of this community colliding and connecting with ILA’s global community.”

ILA’s industry-leading HyFlex model makes it easy to participate for those who cannot travel to Geneva. Cynthia Cherrey, ILA CEO and President remarked: “Each day of the conference is live, in the moment, and designed to maximize the unique benefits of where it is taking place — first in Geneva and then online.”

The International Leadership Association is a worldwide professional association committed to advancing leadership knowledge and practice for a better world.

Source: International Leadership Association


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October 20, 2021

ELLE Celebrates 2021 Women in Hollywood

Gal Gadot, Jennifer Hudson, Rita Moreno, and Halle Berry were honored at ELLE Women in Hollywood Celebration presented by Ralph Lauren and Lexus.

ELLE Women in Hollywood

ELLE Women in Hollywood

ELLE Women in Hollywood

ELLE Women in Hollywood

ELLE Women in Hollywood

Photos: ELLE’S Women in Hollywood, November 2021 Issue. Images provided by ELLE. Photographer Credit: Greg Williams.

LOS ANGELES, CA. October 20, 2021 — Eight remarkable women were honored at the 27th annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Celebration for their creative and cultural contributions to the worlds of music, film, television, and beyond.

Gal Gadot, Jennifer Hudson, Rita Moreno, and Halle Berry were feted by the world’s largest fashion magazine brand, in partnership with Ralph Lauren and Lexus.

Eva Longoria hosted the celebration, which took place at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles. Patty Jenkins, Debbie Allen, Kerry Washington, Lena Waithe, Jon M. Chu, Demi Moore, and Nyle DiMarco presented to Gadot, Hudson, Moreno, Berry, Chan, Jolie, and Ridloff, respectively.

In partnership with Ralph Lauren and Lexus and supporting sponsor Laurent-Perrier, ELLE Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia brought together honorees, presenters, artists, and Hollywood legends for this year’s dinner and awards celebration.

Additional attendees included: Hailey Bieber, Diego Boneta, Alexandra Daddario, Karen David, Lucy Hale, Moses Ingram, Danielle Macdonald, Addison Rae, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Odeya Rush, Saniyya Sidney, Diana Silvers, Demi Singleton, Jurnee Smollett, Ciara Wilson, Lexi Underwood, and many more!

Ralph Lauren dresses were worn by: Nyle DiMarco, Jennifer Hudson, Eva Longoria, Rita Moreno, and Demi Singleton.

In addition to being feted at the annual awards dinner in Los Angeles, the honorees feature on individual covers of ELLE’s November 2021 Women in Hollywood issue on newsstands on November 9.

ELLE is the No. 1 fashion magazine brand globally, with 45 editions, 34 websites, and 158 supplements worldwide, reaching over 29 million influential readers, users, fans, and followers across all platforms. ELLE inspires women to explore, cultivate and celebrate their style in all aspects of their lives.

Source: ELLE

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October 17, 2021

Sushmita Sen Launches Zoya's Festive Collection, Libera

Zoya’s Libera is an exuberant invitation to find your flow with rare jewelry.

Zoya, Sushmita Sen

Photo: Sushmita Sen, Miss Universe 1994, launched Zoya Libera jewelry. Image Credit: Zoya.

Mumbai, India. Oct 17, 2021 — Zoya, the exquisite diamond boutique from the House of Tata, launched its stunning new collection Libera with Sushmita Sen, Miss Universe 1994.

According to Zoya, in keeping with its tradition of peerless design innovation, the visual vocabulary of this elegant collection seeks cues in the artistic movement of the late 1800s. As a result, the Libera collection presents experimental silhouettes with a timeless craft that is as original as diverse. “The vitality of dance coalesces in Libera’s curved lines, accentuated by sensuous forms swirling in a hurricane of drapery. Every piece in Libera is like a powerful, personal talisman that enables her to find her flow. Novel, ornate and elegant, it is created to delight the quintessential Zoya woman. Libera connects with the inner world of its muse, a poetic ode to the flow of an unfettered mind,” Zoya elaborated.

Zoya, the exquisite diamond boutique from the House of Tata, is a luxury fine jewelry brand renowned for its expert craftsmanship and outstanding design. Zoya now enters its thirteenth year of operations with a product created exclusively with the “discerning, aesthetically astute woman” as its muse.

“Zoya finds its inspiration in numerous external and internal journeys from the ones that take you across the world-iconic destinations, history, culture, art, legends, and elements that help you discover your feminine self. These inspirations are translated into one-of-a-kind designs by its panel of master craftsmen, forming the genesis of Zoya’s unique collections in contemporary as well as fusion styles,” the brand explains.

Zoya’s four boutiques in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi and Zoya galleries in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, and Chandigarh showcase luxury in its most undiluted form. Zoya’s personalized service focuses on providing an unmatched buying experience for its exclusive products. In addition, Zoya now extends its service through video-assisted jewelry advisory, home trials, contactless delivery, and interactive e-catalogs.

Source: Zoya

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October 16, 2021

Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development awards scholarships to eight Indian students

University of Oxford

Photo: An Announcement from the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development (OICSD) at Somerville College, University of Oxford.

Oxford, UK. October 16, 2021 — The Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development (OICSD) at Somerville College, University of Oxford, has awarded scholarships to eight Indian students. They will take their places at the University of Oxford in October 2021. The students will pursue research on India’s sustainable development topics ranging from solar cells and renewable energy to the role of diverse communities in shaping urban landscapes in South Asia.

Including the existing scholars, the OICSD cohort for the academic year 2021-22 has grown to 21 students - which is the largest cohort of scholars the Centre has supported since its inception in 2013.

Candidates are selected based on their academic merit and the alignment of their work with the Centre’s impact themes such as climate change, energy, cities, healthcare technology, biodiversity, and conservation, among others.

The Centre has funded the postgraduate studies of a total of 43 Indian students to date. Most of these have returned to India upon their graduation to work in law, governance, conservation, and social development, thereby carrying forward the Centre’s ambition of developing ‘brain gain’ for India.

This year, the Centre has awarded the prestigious Indira Gandhi scholarships to Snigdha Lal and Karthik Ganesh to pursue their DPhil research in Condensed Matter Physics and Inorganic Chemistry.

Snigdha Lal would research the fundamental properties of various solar cells. “I want to use my research to create the greatest impact in the field of clean energy, especially for countries such as India,” said Snigdha, who previously did her undergraduate studies in IIT-Bombay and master’s in chemical engineering at TU Delft, Netherlands.

The Indira Gandhi scholarships were instituted at the OICSD through a joint endowment by the Government of India and the University of Oxford to research the challenges and opportunities of sustainable development in India.

The Centre has also awarded the Gopal Subramanium scholarship to Swapnil Tripathi for pursuing a DPhil in Law.

This year, the OICSD has awarded Indira Gandhi-Radhakrishnan scholarships to Mrinalini Mitra and Sumedha Chakravarthy to pursue a one-year master’s degree in Modern South Asian Studies.

Each year, the Centre awards partial scholarships for postgraduate studies in law through generous donations from Mr. Sarosh Zaiwalla, Senior Partner and Founder of Zaiwalla & Co, and Mr. Hemant Sahai, Founding Partner of HSA Advocates. The supporters of the Cornelia Sorabji Scholarship are distinguished friends from the Indian legal and business community. They include Dr. Pheroza Godrej, Senior Counsel Darius J Khambata, and Senior Advocate Harin Raval.

This year, the Ratanshaw Bomanji Zaiwalla scholarship was awarded to Sarvatrajit Singh Jajmann for an MSc in Law and Finance. In addition, the HSA Advocates scholarship and the Cornelia Sorabji scholarship were awarded to Avani Agarwal and Shubrojyoti Mookherjee, respectively, for the BCL degree.

The Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development (OICSD) is a unique Oxford-India partnership created to advance research on the complex challenges and opportunities posed by sustainable development in India.

The Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development will help shape the next century of India’s growth by educating, connecting, and supporting its future leaders in sustainable development and by forging lasting partnerships between Indian institutions and the University of Oxford.

Source: Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development, Somerville College, University of Oxford.


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October 13, 2021

NASA Sets Landing Coverage for Russian Cosmonaut, Actress, Producer



Photo: The Soyuz MS-19 crew ship carrying three Russian crew members approaches the International Space Station for a docking to the Rassvet module. Aboard the spacecraft were Soyuz Commander and veteran cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, actress Yulia Peresild, and producer Klim Shipenko. October 5, 2021. Image Credit: NASA.


Photo: Soyuz MS-19 crew members (from left) Yulia Peresild, Anton Shkaplerov, and Klim Shipenko pose for a portrait at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia. Shkaplerov is a Roscosmos cosmonaut and the Soyuz Commander visiting the International Space Station for the fourth time. Peresild and Shipenko are spaceflight participants and first-time space flyers representing Russia. August 26, 2021. Image Credit: NASA.


Photo: Spaceflight participant and Soyuz MS-19 Board Engineer Yulia Peresild poses for a portrait at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia. August 26, 2021. Image Credit: NASA.

WASHINGTON, October 12, 2021 — NASA will provide complete coverage as three space travelers living aboard the International Space Station, including a Russian actress and her producer-director, return to Earth just after midnight on Sunday, October 17.

Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos will be at the controls of the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft, flanked by Russian actress Yulia Peresild and Russian producer-director Klim Shipenko, for the spacecraft’s undocking from the station’s Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module Saturday, October 16. The trio will make a parachute-assisted landing on the steppe of Kazakhstan a little more than three hours later, at 12:36 a.m. EDT (10:36 a.m. Kazakhstan time) Sunday, October 17.

Coverage of the crew’s farewells and hatch closure, undocking, and landing will air live on NASA TV, the agency’s website, and the NASA app.

After landing, the crew will return by Russian helicopters to the recovery staging city in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, before boarding a Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center aircraft to return to their training base in Star City, Russia.

Peresild and Shipenko arrived at the station on October 5 aboard the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft with Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov for 12 days filming their movie, “Challenge,” under a commercial agreement between Roscosmos and Moscow-based media entities. They served as spaceflight participants during their stay on the orbital complex.

Novitskiy returns to Earth after 191 days in space on his third mission that spanned 3,056 orbits of Earth and 80.9 million miles.

When the Soyuz undocks, Expedition 66 will formally begin aboard the station. Commander Thomas Pesquet of ESA (European Space Agency), NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough, Megan McArthur, Mark Vande Hei, JAXA (Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, and Roscosmos cosmonauts Shkaplerov and Pyotr Dubrov will remain aboard the orbiting outpost.

Source: NASA

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October 12, 2021

IMF announces its World Economic Outlook October 2021 Forecast

International Monetary Fund

Photo: International Monetary Fund World Economic Outlook. Chief Economist Gita Gopinath, Division Chief in the IMF Research Department, prepares to provide the World Economic Outlook during the 2021 Annual Meetings at the International Monetary Fund. October 12, 2021. Washington, DC, United States. IMF Photo/Joshua Roberts.

Washington, DC. October 12, 2021 —The IMF is lowering its global growth projection for 2021 slightly to 5.9 percent while keeping it unchanged for 2022 at 4.9 percent. However, this modest headline revision masks significant downgrades for some countries, the Fund reports in its World Economic Outlook released Tuesday (October 12) in Washington, DC.

“The global recovery continues, but momentum has weakened, hobbled by the pandemic. As a result, we have a slight downward revision for global growth for this year to 5.9 percent for next year. Our projection remains unchanged at 4.9 percent. However, the divergences in growth prospects across countries persist and remain a major concern,” said Gita Gopinath, Economic Counsellor and Director of the Research Department at the International Monetary Fund.

Gopinath added that risks to economic prospects have increased, and policy trade-offs have become more complex in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, monetary policy will need to walk a fine line between tackling inflation and financial risks and supporting economic recovery.

“One of the major risks remains that there could be new variants of the virus that could further slow back the recovery. In addition, we’re seeing major supply disruptions worldwide that are also feeding inflationary pressures, which are quite high. Further, financial risk-taking also is increasing, which poses an additional risk to the outlook,” explained Gopinath.

The dangerous divergence in economic prospects across countries remains a significant concern. These divergences are a consequence of the ‘great vaccine divide’ and large disparities in policy support.

“The foremost priority is to vaccinate the world. Much greater multilateral action is needed to vaccinate at least 40 percent of the population in every country by the end of this year. And 70 percent by the middle of next year. We also need much greater action to address climate change. Individual countries will need to tailor their fiscal and monetary policy to the country’s specific conditions, to the health conditions in their country, to their economic conditions, while also maintaining the credibility of their fiscal and monetary frameworks,” said Gopinath.

Source: IMF

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October 11, 2021

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announces the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2021

Nobel Prize in Economics 2021

Photo: David Card, Jousha Angrist and Guido Imbens. The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2021. Image provided by & Credit: © Nobel Prize Outreach 2021 Ill. Niklas Elmehed.

Nobel Prize in Economics 2021

Nobel Prize in Economics 2021

Stockholm, October 11, 2021 — The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2021.

With one half to —

David Card
The University of California, Berkeley, USA

“For his empirical contributions to labor economics.”

And the other half jointly to —

Joshua D. Angrist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA

Guido W. Imbens
Stanford University, USA

“For their methodological contributions to the analysis of causal relationships.”

• Natural experiments help answer important questions for society.

This year’s Laureates - David Card, Joshua Angrist, and Guido Imbens - have provided new insights into the labor market. They have shown what conclusions about cause and effect one can draw from natural experiments. Their approach has spread to other fields and revolutionized empirical research.

Many of the big questions in the social sciences deal with cause and effect. How does immigration affect pay and employment levels? How does a more comprehensive education affect someone’s future income? These questions are difficult to answer because we have nothing to use as a comparison. We do not know what would have happened if there had been less immigration or if that person had not continued studying.

However, this year’s Laureates have shown that it is possible to answer these questions using natural experiments. The key is to handle situations in which chance events or policy changes result in groups of people being treated differently in a way that resembles clinical trials in medicine.

Using natural experiments, David Card has analyzed the labor market effects of minimum wages, immigration, and education. His studies from the early 1990s challenged conventional wisdom, leading to new analyses and additional insights. The results showed, among other things, that increasing the minimum wage does not necessarily lead to fewer jobs. In addition, we now know that the incomes of people born in a country can benefit from new immigration, while people who immigrated at an earlier time risk being negatively affected. Finally, we have also realized that resources in schools are far more critical for students’ future labor market success than was previously thought.

Data from a natural experiment is difficult to interpret, however. For example, extending compulsory education by a year for one group of students (but not another) will not affect everyone in that group in the same way. Moreover, some students would have kept studying anyway and, for them, the value of education is often not representative of the entire group. So, is it even possible to draw any conclusions about the effect of an extra year in school? In the mid-1990s, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens solved this methodological problem, demonstrating precise conclusions about cause and effect from natural experiments.

“Card’s studies of core questions for society and Angrist and Imbens’ methodological contributions have shown that natural experiments are a rich source of knowledge. Moreover, their research has substantially improved our ability to answer critical causal questions, which has been of great benefit to society,” Peter Fredriksson, chair of the Economic Sciences Prize Committee, stated.

Source: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

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October 10, 2021

UNESCO Director-General welcomes Recognition of the Crucial Role of Journalists by Nobel Peace Prize


Photo: UNESCO Director-General, Audrey Azoulay, addresses an event at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. October 4, 2021. Image provided by & Copyright © UNESCO/Christelle ALIX.

Paris, October 10, 2021 — UNESCO Director-General, Audrey Azoulay, has welcomed the decision of the Nobel Committee to designate two journalists, Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov, as the 2021 laureates of the Nobel Peace Prize. It is the first time the Prize has been awarded to journalists in 86 years.

“In awarding this Prize, the Nobel Committee has powerfully stated its conviction that freedom of expression and access to information is the very foundation of democracy and peace. These ideals fully echo UNESCO’s mandate. Journalists are on the front lines of the struggle to shine light into the most needed places, often facing tremendous personal risk to do so. Today, they have been rightly held up as defenders of justice and truth,” Audrey Azoulay, UNESCO Director-General, remarked.

The Director-General particularly commended Maria Ressa. In May this year, Ms. Ressa was awarded the UNESCO Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the defense of press freedom in the face of danger.

Source: UNESCO

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October 9, 2021

National Press Club (NPC) Press Freedom Award Winner Maria Ressa Wins Nobel Peace Prize

The National Press Club, Washington, DC

Maria Ressa, Nobel Peace Prize 2021

Photo: Maria Ressa. The Nobel Peace Prize 2021. Image provided by & Credit: Ill. Niklas Elmehed © Nobel Prize Outreach.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 8, 2021 — Lisa Nicole Matthews, President of the National Press Club, and Angela Greiling Keane, President of the National Press Club Journalism Institute, have issued the following statement on the Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa. She, along with Dmitry Muratov, has won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.

“We were so pleased to hear the news this morning that the Nobel Committee has named Maria Ressa to represent all journalists as the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Maria has been an inspiration to the world as she fought for the truth and her rights and, in fact, the rights of free people everywhere as the leader of Rappler. We know she has a smile on her face this morning because she is almost always smiling. We do too. The Nobel Committee could not have picked a better person to represent journalists.

“Maria was the National Press Club’s 2020 John Aubuchon Honoree, an award that traditionally includes in-person receipt of the prize and a speech by the honoree. But Maria, who faced nine bogus charges from the Philippine government, was denied the right to travel. She repeatedly requested letters from us asking the government to release her, and repeatedly those requests were denied. So Maria was a prisoner in her borders even during a global champion of freedom of the press. Eventually, Maria did speak to us last year in a recorded message. It was an inspiring and electric moment.

“Hearing from Maria is a tonic for journalists. She reminds us of all that is best in our profession. Her drive for truth and her passion and determination are impressive to witness. In addition, her voice reminds us of our role in democracy and our place in the world. This award could not come at a better time as a free press is being attacked across the planet.

“We have two wishes for Maria this morning. First, that her country will now remove the threat of prison from her by dropping the cases against her, letting her focus on her world. Second, that she might now be allowed to travel without restrictions and join us at the National Press Club to receive her award and to flash her famous smile and her peace sign.”

Earlier this year, during a National Press Club virtual address on World Press Freedom Day, Ressa spoke about her fight for press freedom in the Philippines and worldwide.

Founded in 1908, the National Press Club is the World’s Leading Professional Organization for Journalists™. Located three blocks from the White House, the Club represents more than 3,000 reporters, editors, and communicators worldwide.

The National Press Club Journalism Institute, the Club’s non-profit affiliate, promotes and engages global citizenry through an independent and free press and equips journalists with the skills and standards to inform the public in ways that inspire civic engagement.

Source: The National Press Club, Washington, DC


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October 8, 2021

International Press Institute (IPI) congratulates its Executive Board member Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov for winning the Nobel Peace Prize 2021

Nobel laureates show the importance of the free press in advancing peace.

International Press Institute

International Press Institute

Vienna, Austria, October 8, 2021 — Maria Ressa, IPI executive board member and CEO of Rappler, and Dmitry Muratov, editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, have won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. They have won the prize “for their courageous fight for freedom of expression,” the Nobel Peace Prize Committee said in a statement.

The International Press Institute (IPI) and its members have expressed their pride at the announcement. IPI is a global network of editors, leading journalists, and publishers dedicated to independent journalism.

Hearing the news, IPI Executive Board Chair Khadija Patel said the committee’s decision to award the prize to the two journalists was a source of inspiration.

“Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov are exemplars of this profession,” Patel said. “They are, as well, stories in themselves of the struggles that journalists face every day. It is a recognition of the hard work that they have done. It is recognition as well of the struggles that they face and a sign that their courage is not in vain.”

It is the first time the Nobel Peace Prize has gone to a journalist since 1935 - and the first time that two journalists have won it.

IPI Executive Director Barbara Trionfi said the award showed the importance of high-quality, independent journalism in contributing to peace.

“This is an acknowledgment of the incredible value of the type of journalism that Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov do, a journalism that reveals wrongdoings, stands up to autocrats, and supports the rights of the people, courageously and despite constant harassment,” Trionfi said.

In 2018, IPI awarded Ressa’s Rappler with the IPI-IMS Free Media Pioneer Award in recognition of the news outlet’s innovative approach to journalism and audience engagement and its determination to hold authorities accountable despite aggressive attacks.

One of the Philippines’ most prominent journalists, Ressa, has been the target of repeated legal harassment due to her critical reporting.

Muratov’s Novaya Gazeta received the IPI Free Media Pioneer Award in 2009, recognizing Novaya Gazeta’s struggle to keep the flame of independent journalism alive in Russia.

“It is highly relevant that the Nobel Committee has emphasized the role of journalism and freedom of expression for democracy and peace,” IPI Executive Board Vice-Chair Virginia Pérez Alonso said.

“Well, there is an irony that in today’s world, we have more press and more information than the world ever has faced,” Nobel Peace Prize Chair Berit Reiss-Andersen said. “At the same time, we also see the abuse and the manipulation of the free press and the public discourse […], but we intend to underscore how important this activity is for exactly a larger goal: democracy and peace.”

Ole Kristian Bjellaanes, IPI Norway national committee chair, said the award would comfort independent news outlets and individual journalists who often feel isolated.

“This prize is an encouragement to the work of all investigative journalists,” he said. “I am happy that the Norwegian Nobel Committee recognizes the importance of free speech and a free press as a contribution to a freer and more peaceful world.”

Source: International Press Institute (IPI)


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Punjab Central University Vice-Chancellor chairs the Technical Session at India Ministry of Education Webinar on Good Governance.

India Education Webinar

Photo: The Union Minister for Education, Skill Development, and Entrepreneurship, Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, and the Minister of State for Education, Ms. Annpurna Devi, released the ‘One-year New Education Policy (NEP) - 2020 Achievement’ booklet in New Delhi on August 24, 2021. [File Photo]

New Delhi, October 7, 2021 — The Ministry of Education of India and the University Grants Commission (UGC) organized a webinar on Collective Partnership today. The webinar was a part of a series of webinars scheduled by the Government of India on Good Governance from September 17, 2021, to October 7, 2021. Union Minister of Education and Skill Development, Dharmendra Pradhan; Union Minister of Commerce & Industry, Piyush Goyal; Secretary, Higher Education, Sanjay Murthy; Chairman, UGC, Prof D.P Singh, and senior officials of the Ministry and UGC attended the webinar.

Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan highlighted the importance of good governance. He said that during the covid pandemic, India was one of the leading countries to offer a helping hand to the world. He added that the next 25 years would be crucial for future generations to lead the country towards a more glorious future.

The Minister emphasized the importance of people’s participation in making a self-reliant India. “People’s Participation” is a crucial pillar of Modi Government’s governance model,” he added.

Union Minister of Commerce & Industry, Piyush Goyal, said that the world is looking at India as a trusted partner for a skilled workforce with enormous education possibilities attracting foreign institutions and students to come to India as their preferred study destination.

Mr. Sanjay Murthy, Secretary, Higher Education, highlighted the importance of the National Education Policy 2020 and its alignment to delivering good governance while focusing on the collaborative partnership of government departments, NGOs, civil societies, private players, and most importantly, the ordinary person.

In his Opening Remarks, Prof. D.P. Singh, Chairman of the University Grants Commission (UGC), talked about improving the quality of India’s education system.

The webinar on Collective Partnership helped bring together people from academic institutions, Ministries, and educationists to share a platform for furthering discussion on Good Governance.

Prof. R.P. Tiwari, Vice-Chancellor, Central University of Punjab, chaired the Technical Session. Prof. R.P. Tiwari is well known for his various other roles. For example, he is the Chairman of the Government Committee for recommending “Governance Reforms” in Chandigarh’s local, Panjab University.

The webinar deliberated on issues of Good Governance with a focus on the role of collective effort and partnership for achieving the same. The discussions focused on strategies that would enable and promote cooperative collaboration to realize the goals of the National Education Policy, 2020. An important takeaway of the webinar was the significance of collaborative partnership to empower people, improve the education system, boost economic growth, and ultimately leave no one behind. Discussions and ideas shared from the webinar will help fulfill the goals of delivering good governance in education.

Source: Ministry of Education, Government of India

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October 7, 2021

Lakmé Fashion Week And Fashion Design Council of India Announce Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021.

Lakme Fashion Week

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Arpita Mehta showcases her collection at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Arpita Mehta showcases her collection at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Tarun Tahiliani showcases his collection “The Reunion” at Lakmé Fashion Week October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer JJ Valaya launches his collection “RUMELI” at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Actress Mrunal Thakur turns showstopper for the FDCI Showcase at Fashion Designer JJ Valaya’s launch of his collection “RUMELI” at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Tarun Tahiliani showcases his collection at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Twinkle Hanspal’s collection reflects the modern union of East meets West. Here she celebrates the classic Indian silhouettes with a contemporary twist at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Anamika Khanna showcases her collection at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Lakmé Fashion Week

Photo: Fashion Designer Gaurang showcases ‘Chaand,’ a collection of ethereal Jamdani Sarees at Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021. Image Credit: FDCIxLFW.

Mumbai, October 7, 2021 — The powerhouses of fashion and beauty in India - Lakmé, Fashion Design Council of India & RISE Worldwide are jointly presenting FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week with digital and on-ground shows from October 5 to October 10, 2021.

Lakmé Fashion Week and the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) have released the schedule comprising the best curation designers from Delhi, Mumbai, and other cities across India.

The upcoming season will showcase a host of new, emerging talent and the biggest and most established names from Delhi, Mumbai, and other parts of the country, setting an unparalleled benchmark in innovations, sustainability, and creativity.

Sunil Sethi, Chairman FDCI, commented, “The Fashion Design Council of India for decades has tirelessly worked to make the design industry lead from the front and leave a global footprint. Our partnership with Lakmé Fashion Week to present a joint schedule this season has blurred geographical boundaries and will help one view the Indian Fashion industry more holistically. It also enables both FDCI and LFW to deliver the best and obtain in all forms, be it creative or the business of fashion.”

Sumati Mattu, Head of Innovations at Lakmé, said, “Lakmé led the inception of the Fashion Week in India decades ago with the idea of driving the twin worlds of fashion and beauty for the discerning Indian consumer. Since the beginning of the Lakmé Fashion Week, we have attempted to inspire thought leadership while driving the interests and expansion of the Indian Fashion Industry and giving a stage to fresh design talent in the country. Our continued collaboration with FDCI to present a joint schedule creates more opportunities for the industry to thrive and brings more fresh talent into the industry folds. We continue to remain true to the pillars of Lakmé Fashion Week, which are discoverability, sustainability, and talkability as we present the best in Indian fashion & beauty this season to a global audience.”

Source: Fashion Design Council of India


6 Degree platform presents Gaurang’s ‘Chaand,’ a collection that brings forth an anthology of ethereal Jamdani Sarees from across India to FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week, October 5 — October 10, 2021.

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October 6, 2021

Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets the CEO of QS Quacquarelli Symonds.


QS, Narendra Modi

Photo: New Delhi, India, October 5, 2021. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Nunzio Quacquarelli, CEO and Managing Director of QS Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd. They discussed higher education.

“Had a productive meeting with Nunzio Quacquarelli, the CEO and Managing Director of QS Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd. We talked at length about aspects relating to the education sector,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a tweet.

QS Quacquarelli Symonds is a leading provider of services, analytics, and insight to global higher education.

The QS World University Rankings portfolio, inaugurated in 2004, is a popular source of comparative data about the performance of universities.

Source: Narendra Modi/Twitter

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