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Billionaire! A really fancy terms, isnt it? Everybody wants to be
the one. A billionaire is financially stable. All sorts of
Billionaire! A really fancy terms, isnt it? Everybody wants to be the one. A billionaire is financially stable. All sorts of convenience or pleasure is available at their fingertips.
A billionaire can be a person who owns an enterprise whose net worth is in billions or he/she has 1,000,000,000 a thousand million amounts of currency in their banks account. A part from currency units they have other royalty associated with them depending on their wealth, which makes that amount of wealth almost unattainable for other.
In general terms billionaire or a millionaire can be called as RICH. Surprisingly 80% of worlds wealth is with the 2% of the richest and rest 20% of the wealth is with the 98% of rest of the population with includes medium class and poorer combined.
You must not be knowing but the worlds total asset is worth 223 trillion. Surprisingly richest 300 people on earth has the same amount of wealth as poorest 3,000,000,000. This inequality exists in terms of countries. So lets have two categories, on one hand we have the rich countries and on the other hand we say the poor countries. Lets get to the facts. 200 years ago rich countries were 3 times richer than the poor countries. After the colonization, rich countries became 35 times richer and current statistics says rich countries are 80 times richer than the poor countries. Surprising? Why such financial inequality? Why this gaps keeps increasing?
Well its fortunate that rich countries tries to compensate by giving $130 billion to poor countries each year but large corporations are taking more than $900 billion dollars out of poor countries each year through a form of tax avoidance called trade mispricing. Apart from that poor countries are paying $600 billion as a debt service to rich countries. Moreover money is lost by trade rules imposed by rich countries, with that cheaper labor and other resources includes $500 billion. Altogether it comes to 2 trillion which is lost by poor countries ever year.
We need a change. We need a solution. We need out of the box thinkers. We need new Ideas, which can be implemented on larger scale.
In this broad category of poor countries, India is among them. India has the potential to become one of the financially stable rich country. What India needs? It is you. IT IS YOU WHO CAN BE THE CHANGE.
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In todays world, amidst all the greed and hatred out there, it
seems that theres still lot of love and affection out there,
ensuring that humanity still exists. Sometimes we wonder why celebs
In todays world, amidst all the greed and hatred out there, it seems that theres still lot of love and affection out there, ensuring that humanity still exists. Sometimes we wonder why celebs are treated in a way they are treated. Not only due to their on-screen cameos, but for something more.
Heres one more reason why some celebs are called Stars:
Daniel Downing, is a 5-year-old boy diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. It is heartening to know that he has to live with it in the few months he has left to live. The young Marvel fan recently had the opportunity to have a small talk with his favorite hero character, Ryan Reynolds, the one who plays the jazzy Deadpool.
Reynolds himself called the boy and cheered him for about a good 15 minutes with cheerful conversation. "As soon as Daniel realized, he asked if he could FaceTime him and then he was very, very hyper," Daniel's mother told The Herald. Video of the two of them chatting went viral, and reports say that after the chat, Reynolds even got the young fan around the set of Deadpool 2.
Keep your tissues ready for this one, you'll definitely need it for this one.
From poverty, child abuse and human trafficking to climate
change, education and hunger deaths, check how the...
From poverty, child abuse and human trafficking to climate change, education and hunger deaths, check how these celebs are taking it upon themselves to make this world a more inclusive and peaceful place.
It's always good to know that the celebrities we follow and love
so much on-screen show the same kind of dedication and commitment
off the screen too. And to see them involved with charities
It's always good to know that the celebrities we follow and love so much on-screen show the same kind of dedication and commitment off the screen too. And to see them involved with charities makes that respect even greater and Tom Hardy is definitely one celebrity on that list.
His role in The Dark Knight Rises as a masked-fugitive Bane might be a negative one, but in reality the Hollywood heartthrob is a philanthropist at heart. The A-lister is a regular at doing charity. He recently donating a sum of 7,000 to Acorns Children's Hospital which provides care for life threatened children.
'The Revenant' star set up a 'JustGiving' page Support and Aid for Victims of the Disaster at Grenfell Tower and successfully raised more than 12,000 for the Kensington and Chelsea Foundation.
He also praised the local community for coming together and urged the fact that a dramatic change is needed. This makes him an even more likable guy than he already was!