India vs Sri Lanka: Cheteshwar Pujara’s stop-start Test career turns 50, but there’s a long way to go

India vs Sri Lanka: Cheteshwar Pujara’s stop-start Test career turns 50, but there’s a long way to go

Cheteshwar Pujara is on the verge of his 50th Test match for India. The landmark brings both a sense of sadness and relief. The boy wonder from Rajkot, the man who was the highest run-getter in 2006 U19 World Cup, the one who stormed the domestic scene with three triple hundreds in 2008, that guy should have played a few more Tests for India by now. But then we shouldn’t get too greedy. A pure Test cricket technician, almost a one of his kind batsman in this era lasting this…

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‘there’s sexist bias inside the boardroom: aware and unconscious’

‘there’s sexist bias inside the boardroom: aware and unconscious’

What share of British board individuals are girls? The figures are disappointing (26.1% at FTSE 100 businesses and 19.6% at FTSE 250 firms), that is why a target has been set for FTSE 100 companies to have 33% lady board members by using 2020. however what’s it like for those who have made it in already? We pay attention confessions from ladies each within the public and personal area. ‘people commented on my appears, not my capabilities’ i was the most effective lady of 13 men on the board of…

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There’s a New Type of Pay Gap: The Height and Weight Gap

There’s a New Type of Pay Gap: The Height and Weight Gap

As if gender wasn’t a shallow-enough reason for the persistent wage gap, a new study found that height and weight have been added to the mix, too. More specifically, if you’re a short male or an overweight female, then you can bet that you earn less than your taller, thinner colleagues. Here’s what you need to know. (Photo Credit: JD Hancock/Flickr) Looks like a certain smaller-statured male demographic will be joining women (especially overweight women) in the fight for pay equity very soon. Based on a recent U.K. study, vertically-challenged…

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