Hearty welcome to all of you to our Rocking India channel where you get inspiring & mind blowing photo post everyday. I feel happy to see you all visiting my channel & reading my articles daily. Today I have brought an interesting article about some high paying jobs without any degree certificate. Let me tell you the names of those to all of you here.
6. Elevators Installers:
I don’t think this is everyone’s favorite job but for this work you can eventually earn almost 50 lakhs per year.
5. Commercial Pilots:
You need to be a commercial pilots license & for this you don’t need any degree. Only thing you have subject grip in maths, chemistry & physics & if you have all this you can earn big time with 49 lakhs.
4. Nuclear Power Operators:
You will be surprised to know that a nuclear power operators just have to study till school level & you can easily earn 58.50 lakh per year.
I tell you this job is full of adventures, thrill & excitement & it can also serve you with 50 lakhs annually.
2. Gaming Managers:
Let me tell you that it doesn’t need any degree for jobs like gaming managers which can earn you almost 44 lakhs.
1. Air Controller:
In this job, you just have to make a movement to the aircraft in which you don’t need any kinds of degree & with that, you can earn 78 lakhs per year. Now which job will you prefer to do from this post guys?
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Friends Akbar’s son Salim loved a girl whom people knew as Anarkali. Anarkali was considered to be the most beautiful woman of that time, but she was a dancer. Friends, Anarkali presented their first dance in front of Emperor Akbar, only after this dance Akbar declared it the best dancer of the Mughal Sultanate.
Both Akbar and Salim used to dance together in the court. Slowly, the closeness between Anarkali and Salim started to grow and both of them fell in love. Salim could not remain a moment without Anarkali. When Akbar came to know about this, Akbar decided to separate the two because Akbar did not want that the queen of Hindus became a dancer.
The conflict between Akbar and Salim started growing and the matter reached the battle. There was a fierce battle in both father sons and Salim was defeated in this war, then Akbar put two options in front of Salim, or he would have left Anarkali or embraced death.
Salim got ready to embrace death but Anarkali was ready to embrace death before Salim. Then Akbar chose Anarkali to live in the wall and gave Salim and Anarkali separately. The tomb of Anarkali is still present in Lahore.
Girls love wearing beautiful and designer earrings because they know that a perfect pair of earrings completes their look. In this article we are going to share some beautiful designer earrings with you.
These earrings are so pretty that you will look amazingly charming in them. But you have to make sure that you pair them up with right outfits.
Most of the earrings given in this article best matches with traditional outfits. So don’t even try to pair them with western outfits.
You can wear these earrings on special occasions like marriage ceremonies, birthday parties etc.
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Here are the pictures of a actress whose age is 32 years old but she looks very young, like she is 20 years old. Now a days girls do so many things which makes them look young and fit. She is very talented,and attractive, having a very hot body. Let us go through the images here below.
10th April, in the year of 1986 is her birth date, in Mumbai, India.
Sheena Shahabadi started acting in the year of 2009 in Hindi. Then she started acting in many movies and she became popular and successful.
Sadhana Singh is her mother, who is an actress. Because of her mother, she also became famous.
Mariah Carey while performing in her massive concert in Saudi Arabia – EgyptToday. CAIRO – 1 February 2019: Mariah Carey performed a massive concert in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, January 31 to become the highest profile international singer to perform in the Kingdom since the launch of the cultural openness project adopted by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Ben Salman . “I’m so happy to see you guys all together tonight,” the superstar told an exuberant crowd at the Bay La Sun resort in King Abdullah Economic City.Carey sang a group of her famous hits including “Love Takes Time,” and “Make it Happen.” And dedicated the song “Always Be My Baby,” to the audience.The acclaimed star was wearing a full length black sequined dress in an attempt to respect the rules of Saudi Arabia.Thousands of Saudis and foreigners were keen to attend Careyâs concert ,the mood was joyful and full of energy. He has already eased the rules pertaining to the separation of the sexes.The Saudi Kingdom gave women the right to start their own businesses without the approval of a male relative.
US pop star Mariah Carey performed in Saudi Arabia, despite calls for her to cancel the show in protest at human rights abuses in the gulf kingdom. She was wearing a full-length long-sleeved black sequinned dress and with her hair uncovered when she performed. Carey’s performance came after she was asked to support detained women’s rights activists, amid reports by rights group that they have faced torture and sexual harassment. But there are many women languishing in Saudi prisons, simply for campaigning for the better treatment of women,’’ he added. In 2018, Saudi Arabia said it will invest 64 billion dollars in its entertainment sector during the next 10 years.
It’s a dilemma that other celebrities could face as they ink multimillion dollar deals to perform in Saudi Arabia. Al-Najjar is a co-founder of Women for Rights in Saudi Arabia, or WARSA, which launched a petition calling on Carey to boycott the country. Activists are tweeting at Carey directly, urging her to take notice of the prominent Saudi women’s rights activists imprisoned since May who had long campaigned for social changes and women’s empowerment. Al-Najjar said artists like Carey should make their performances in Saudi Arabia conditional on the release of the women’s rights activists. Women in Saudi Arabia are required to wear loose, long black robes known as abayas in public.
Singer’s publicists claim the show is ‘a positive step towards the dissolution of gender segregation’ in the kingdomThe singer Mariah Carey has been criticised by women’s rights campaigners, who have accused her of helping to airbrush Saudi Arabia’s poor human rights record by agreeing to perform there. “The Saudi government is using entertainment to distract the people from human rights abuses because it can sense the anger among the public,” said Omaima al-Najjar, a Saudi woman who sought political refuge abroad and co-founded Women for Rights in Saudi Arabia (WARSA). Other campaigners had urged Carey to take notice of fellow Saudi women’s rights activists who have been imprisoned in recent months, and Najjar said artists such as Carey should make their performances in Saudi Arabia conditional on the release of such people. ‘I bathe in milk’: Mariah Carey on bossiness, breakups and being bipolar Read moreCarey’s publicists told the Associated Press that, when “presented with the offer to perform for an international and mixed gender audience in Saudi Arabia, Mariah accepted the opportunity as a positive step towards the dissolution of gender segregation”. They added: “As the first female international artist to perform in Saudi Arabia, Mariah recognises the cultural significance of this event and will continue to support global efforts towards equality for all.” The statement said that Carey “looks forward to bringing inspiration and encouragement to all audiences.
Saudi Arabia is no longer seeking the death penalty against woman activist Israa al-Ghomgham, who has been in jail since December 2015, rights groups said on Friday.
Riyadh has faced increasing pressure over the detention of Ghomgham for her involvement in anti-government protests in the east of the kingdom.“News that Saudi Arabia’s authorities have dropped their outrageous call for Israa al-Ghomgham to be executed comes as a huge relief,” said Amnesty International’s Middle East campaign head Samah Hadid.
However, “she is still facing a ludicrous prison sentence simply for participating in peaceful demonstrations,” she added.There was no official Saudi comment on her case.
Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor has charged four other rights campaigners alongside Ghomgham, accusing them of inciting mass protests in mainly Shiite areas of the Sunni-ruled country’s Eastern Province.
Hadid urged Saudi prosecutors to “immediately drop their call for the death penalty” against the four other defendants, whose trial opened in a Riyadh court in August.
The Gulf Centre for Human Rights also said the court was no longer seeking the death penalty against Ghomgham but that she was “still likely to face a lengthy sentence”.
It urged Saudi authorities to “drop all charges against those arrested for exercising their right to freedom of expression”.
Ghomgham had documented the protests in Eastern Province since they began in 2011.
The ultra-conservative kingdom has one of the world’s highest execution rates, with suspects convicted of terrorism, homicide, rape, armed robbery and drug trafficking facing the death penalty.
Human rights groups have repeatedly raised concerns about the fairness of trials in the monarchy which is governed under a strict form of Islamic law.
The government says the death penalty, which is carried out by hanging in the Gulf state, is an effective deterrent against serious crime. — AFP
Bursa Malaysia’s Main Market IPO pipeline for 2019 – in terms of both numbers and size of the offerings – looks “much much better” despite global headwinds and local change of government in 2018, according to outgoing CEO of the bourse Tajuddin Atan.
“Other markets are also not providing as many IPOs. In our case, I agree that last year, despite the number of IPOs, most of them are on the LEAP or ACE Market. There were some [IPO] approvals that were made, but the companies themselves decided to hold back [the listing]. Moving forward, this year we’ve already seen four listings – two in LEAP and two in ACE Market – some of the companies that got their approval [to list last year] will come back this year,” he told a media briefing in Kuala Lumpur in conjunction with the release of Bursa’s 2018 financial year and fourth quarter results on Wednesday.
Some of the highly-anticipated IPOs on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysiainclude QSR Brands (M) Holdings, that operates KFC and Pizza Hut outlets in the region, and poultry producer Leong Hup International. Local home improvement retailer Mr. D.I.Y is also exploring an IPO but it has yet to decide if it will list in Malaysia or Hong Kong. Interestingly, these businesses are backed by private equity firms.
Media reports said, Leong Hup is seeking to raise $600 million via IPO while Mr. D.I.Y is looking to raise about RM1.5 billion ($362 million). QSR is looking to raise RM2 billion ($490 million). Last year, the Main Market saw only one IPO, Mi Equipment Holdings Bhd, that raised about $46 million.
According to Tajuddin, the negative market sentiments is the main reason that businesses are holding back from going into the public market.
“You must remember, putting capex/capital in the market, requires a gestation period. If you want to come in with this amount of money, you have to have the confidence in the market that the economy will resolve and it has potential to grow. The question that everyone should ask is – where is the growth? What is the potential? Our market has deep liquidity because we have domestic and institutional funds that have liquidity to purchase assets,” he said.
Tajuddin, who has been CEO of Bursa Malaysia since 2011, will retire by February 11, and he will be succeeded by Muhamad Umar Swift, who is currently group CEO and group managing director of MAA Group Bhd.
The net profit of the local bourse in the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2018 was down by 6.2 per cent to RM51.9 million ($12.6 million), from RM55.27 million ($13.45 million) a year ago, mainly due to lower contribution from the securities segment. Revenue for the quarter was down 8.7 per cent to RM128.9 million ($31.4 million), compared with RM141.2 million ($34.3 million) in the previous corresponding quarter.
Bursa Malaysia’s full-year net profit was slight up by 0.4 per cent to RM224.04 million ($54.54 million), from RM223.04 million ($54.29 million) a year ago, while revenue decreased by 1.2 per cent to RM550 million ($133.8 million), against RM556.8 million ($135.5 million) in 2017.
“The securities market performance in 2019 is expected to be influenced by domestic and global developments such as Malaysia’s corporate earning results, US-China trade tension and China’s economic growth, amongst others. Nevertheless, the market is expected to continue to be resilient given the country’s sound economic fundamentals, diversified economic sectors and investor base,” said Tajuddin.
In a separate statement, the Malaysian Ministry of Finance has appointed Shireen Ann Zaharah Muhiudeen to be the public interest director and non-executive chairman of Bursa Malaysia, effective March 1. She will succeed Amursham A. Aziz who has held the role since March 1, 2015.
Shireen has more than 31 years of focused fund management experience in emerging Asia equity markets. She was a member of the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation’s working group for the establishment of the Philippine Stock Exchange’s Maharlika Board. She currently holds independent directorships in AMMB Holdings Bhd, and at the Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA).