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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Thirteen journalists who were investigating damage to the environment have been killed in recent years and many more are suffering violence, harassment, intimidation and lawsuits, according to a study.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), which produced the tally, is investigating a further 16 deaths over the last decade. It says the number of murders may be as high as 29, making this field of journalism one of the most dangerous after war reporting.
Eurosceptic backer warns that hardliners want frontrunner to rip up Mayâs deal
Boris Johnson has been accused of giving MPs contradictory promises on Brexit to win their votes, as one of his highly Eurosceptic backers warned that hardliners want to see him effectively tear up Theresa Mayâs deal with the EU.
The Conservative leadership frontrunner will face questions on his Brexit stance in a television grilling for the first time in the campaign on Tuesday, amid frustration among his rivals that he is getting away with pledging to be âall things to all MPsâ on issues from Brexit to HS2 in one-on-one meetings with them.
Police say two people sustained non-life-threatening injuries
Raptors became first non-US team to win NBA title last week
Police lift fans seeking safety as overcrowding becomes problem
Toronto police say two people were shot as Toronto Raptors fans packed the cityâs downtown to watch the NBA teamâs championship victory parade. Police said two people had sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries, in the incident. They added that two people had been taken into custody, and the parade was resumed after a short delay.
Iâm on the roof of city hall and something is happening. People are running including what looks to be cops and security pic.twitter.com/FEbhw88OqI
IvĂĄn Duque decries social acceptability of drug that inflicts environmental and social damage on producers
Middle-class cocaine users are inconsistent hypocrites if they fail to recognise the environmental and social damage their drug use is inflicting on producer countries, the Colombian president has said during a visit to London.
In an interview with the Guardian on Monday, IvĂĄn Duque said that cocaineâs social acceptability had to end. âThere are many people who present themselves as environmentalists, and if they want to be coherent, they must understand all the environmental damage that is caused by the production of cocaine â not just destroying tropical forests, [but] spreading chemicals in protected areas and destroying human capital,â he said.
Political row sparked after government gave US permission to use island for anti-narcotics flights
The GalĂĄpagos Islands are at the centre of political row in Ecuador after the government agreed to allow US anti-narcotics planes to use an airstrip on the archipelago which inspired Charles Darwinâs theory of evolution.
Dozens of people demonstrated outside the main government office in Quito on Monday to protest against a plan they described as a threat to the world heritage siteâs unique environment â and an attack on Ecuadorâs sovereignty.
Head of UNâs World Food Programme threatens suspension of food aid if safe delivery not assured
The head of the United Nations food agency has accused Yemenâs Houthi rebels of diverting food from the countryâs hungriest people and threatened to suspend food aid.
David Beasley, World Food Programme (WFP) executive director, said the agency had found âserious evidenceâ that food supplies had been diverted in the capital of Sanaâa and other Houthi-controlled areas in the country, which is in the midst of a four year civil war. He called on the Houthis to implement agreements that would allow the UN agency to operate independently.
Victims include imprisoned followers of Falun Gong movement, China Tribunal says
An independent tribunal sitting in London has concluded that the killing of detainees in China for organ transplants is continuing, and victims include imprisoned followers of the Falun Gong movement.
The China Tribunal, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, who was a prosecutor at the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, said in a unanimous determination at the end of its hearings it was âcertain that Falun Gong as a source - probably the principal source - of organs for forced organ harvestingâ.
From architecture to highways and the Olympic stadium, how does reality shape up against Katsuhiro Otomoâs 1988 animated dystopia?
Itâs 2019 and Tokyo is a sprawling megalopolis preparing for the 2020 Olympics. The city is crowded, fraying at the edges. The young are aimless and underemployed, obsessed with cars and clothes. Cynical new religious movements are on the rise. Motorcycle gangs race at night on the expressways. There is a worrying trend of militarism after years of peace. The government is showing signs of corruption. And everyone seems terrifyingly eager to ignore the lessons of a recent nuclear catastrophe.
The real city of Tokyo and the imagined Neo-Tokyo of the 1988 anime film Akira are nearly indistinguishable. 2019 is the âyear of Akiraâ: the date the apocalyptic science fiction film was set, a couple of decades after a mysterious nuclear-esque disaster had wiped out the original city.
The persistent practice of paying underage girls for sex-related services, known in Japan as the âJKâ business, has seen charities step in where police have come up short
On a humid Wednesday night the streets of Kabukicho, Tokyoâs most famous red light district, hum with people. Some are tourists, here to gawp and take selfies, but others are customers. Adverts for clubs flash and sing and girls dressed as maids hold signs offering deals for local bars.
In a grubby shopfront a perky cartoon featuring a cute Mr Men-style creature offers part-time work. The ad, which has an alarmingly catchy jingle, doesnât specify what the work is, but it doesnât need to: the answer is all around us on the brightly lit billboards advertising the charms of male and female bar hosts.
For hundreds of years people have come to Sanya in search of labouring jobs, shelter and a sense of belonging â but the area is changing fast, and its residents are struggling to adapt
At first sight, Sanya looks much like any other Tokyo suburb: well-appointed homes, supermarkets and fast-food restaurants. In the distance, soaring above the rooftops and mesh of overhead power lines is the unmistakable shape of the Tokyo Skytree.
But its proximity to the ultra-modern landmark is deceptive. Older men in well-worn tracksuits, baseball caps and plastic slippers clutch cans of early-afternoon chu-hi alcopops, and dozens of no-frills hostels advertise rooms with easily the lowest rates in the city â clues to Sanyaâs status as a Tokyo neighbourhood like no other, but one that is struggling to adapt to irresistible change.
âIt is terrifying,â she says, of her part in the Tony-winning musical The Light in the Piazza. âThereâs so much dialogue, which is not a skill Iâve practised much. But Iâve always had a voracious love of musical adventure.â Fortunately, her friend John Malkovich has given her some advice. âHe told me, âYou just have to put in the hours.â That made me feel better.â
MSNBCâs Joy Reid asked Warren how she would win:
Warren: "There's more of us than there are of them... All it takes us is believing in ourselves, reaching out neighbour to neighbour, friend to friend... At the end of the day, they can have all the money in the world, it's not going to stop a people's movement."
Crisis will provide ammunition for his elite enemies inside Chinaâs Communist party
The most obvious casualty of Hong Kongâs extraordinary uprising against chief executive, Carrie Lam, and her campaign to tie the city more closely to China, will be the bureaucrat-turned-politicianâs own career. If she stays on, it will only be as a lame duck leader.
But the cityâs turmoil is also a major challenge to her boss and patron, Chinese president, Xi Jinping.
Abandoned at sea in desperate conditions for 18 months, the MV Azraqmoiahâs crew have finally been reunited with their families
After 18 months stranded on a cargo vessel miles off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, with little food or water, no wages and little means of communication, Captain Ayyappan Swaminathanâs ordeal is finally over.
Far from wilting under the barrel of a global superpowerâs guns, Iranâs leaders have signalled an intent to defend their interests, by damaging those of their foes. Iranâs anger at the US, and its alleged role in the attacks on six tankers in Gulf waters over the past five weeks did not emerge from a vacuum. US-imposed sanctions have taken a huge toll on its economy, and diminished its ability to service long-lasting commitments across the region â in Syria and Lebanon, in particular.
Protesters dressed in black have marched through central Hong Kong demanding a full retraction of the China extradition law. The huge new rally comes after Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam, announced an indefinite halt to the proposed bill, which would allow residents and visitors to be sent for trial in Chinaâs opaque Communist-controlled court system
Led by the archbishop of Paris, Michel Aupetit, priests and canons wearing hard hats for safety attended mass on 15 June 2019, the first since the devastating April blaze that damaged the cathedral's roof
Amanda Knox, who was twice convicted and twice acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher, has castigated the media for portraying her as a "dirty maneater" during the trial. In an emotional speech, she also described the impact the case continues to have on her life
Russian president helps Chinese counterpart celebrate 66th birthday in style on Sunday, giving him Russian ice cream and sharing champagne before a summit in Tajikistan. The two leaders reportedly consider each other to be close friends.
Discussion of senior leaders' private lives is extremely rare in China and their exact birth dates are considered a state secret.
Efforts to pass a controversial law in Hong Kong which would have allowed suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial have been indefinitely suspended, Carrie Lam announced on Saturday. The move followed a week of mass protests and street violence over the bill
The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, whose tenure was marked by a breakdown in regular press briefings and questions about the administration's credibility, as well as her own, will leave her post at the end of the month, Donald Trump has announced. Sanders is one of the US president's closest and most trusted White House aides and one of the few remaining staff who worked on his campaign
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