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सोलर अपनाओ समझदार कहलाओ (रिंकी और बंटी) – A story on Solar Power



“रिंकी और बंटी” 10 एनीमेशन फिल्मों की एक ऐसी श्रृंखला है जो पर्यावरण की रक्षा करने में बच्चों की सकारात्मक भूमिका को उजागर करती है। इन कहानियों में रिंकी और बंटी की सोच और जीने के दो विरोधी तरीके लाते हैं, जिनसे हम सीखते हैं कि पानी, ऊर्जा या जैव विविधता के सरल उपाय हमें और अधिक जिम्मेदार नागरिक कैसे बना सकते हैं। यह श्रृंखला बच्चों को वर्तमान पर्यावरण चुनौतियों और उन्हें संबोधित करने के लिए आवश्यक समाधानों की वैज्ञानिक समझ विकसित करने में मदद करती है। इसका निर्माण टेरी संस्था द्वारा विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी विभाग के सहयोग से किया गया है।
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“Rinky aur Bunty” is a series of 10 animation films that highlight the positive role children can play in conserving the environment. As Rinky and Bunty bring two opposing ways of thinking and living, we learn how simple measures of saving water, energy or biodiversity can make us more responsible citizens. This series helps children to develop a scientific understanding of current environmental challenges and the solutions needed to address them. It has been produced by TERI with support from Department of Science and Technology.
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Produce Marketing Association Looks to Join Education Lineup at South by Southwest




NEWARK, DE – South by Southwest (SXSW) is valued as the focal point for culture, branding, technology, entertainment, and food. The 10-day experience will include networking opportunities, engaging activities, entertainment, and educational sessions; the Produce Marketing Association wants in on that. PMA announced that it is bidding to join the education lineup at the next SXSW for the second year in a row and is seeking support from the industry.

“SXSW is one of the best places to learn what global cultural influencers and business leaders are thinking and saying,” says PMA Chief Marketing Officer, Lauren M. Scott. “They are there talking about us, and so it is important to break into those conversations and share what we as an industry give to the world. I’m excited that we have a chance to come back and tell more true stories about where our food comes from.”

 PMA announced that it is bidding to join the education lineup at the next South by Southwest (SXSW) for the second year in a row

Over the past two years, PMA has been present at SXSW, with its first official education session taking place last year. The press release states that the session PMA wants to present, The Farmers Behind Your Fresh Food, is a discussion that will feature Casey Cox, Vice President at Longleaf Fridge Farms; Henry Gordon-Smith, Founder and Managing Director at Agritecture Consulting; Brian Talley, Owner and Winegrower at Talley Vineyards; and PMA Vice President of Technology, Vonnie Estes, as the moderator.

Vonnie Estes, Vice President of Technology, Produce Marketing Association“The audience at SXSW is unique to any other event throughout the year,” stated Estes. “It’s one of the only places where thought leaders in all aspects of technology, food, health, culture, and event entertainment are all mingling with our consumers. The conversations that happen here can change the way our industry is seen, and that’s what we hope to do with our session: start a conversation between farmers and consumers. We want our consumers to learn about the innovative, healthy, and sustainable ways we’re feeding the world.”

According to the session video, Estes and the panelists know that consumers want to know more about their food than ever before, including how their food is grown, where its grown, and who is growing it. The session will give the farmers a chance to share that not only do they want the same thing as consumers, but they will also share the ways the industry is using technology and ingenuity to grow healthy and delicious food in a safe and sustainable way.

If you’re keen on attending this particular session, vote here to ensure PMA secures a spot for SXSW 2020 by this Friday, August 23. Keep reading AndNowUKnow for more news.


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Target Q2 beats sales expectations, stock surges




Target (TGT) beat estimates on both the top and bottom lines during its second quarter, boosted by higher sales, the company reported on Wednesday.

The big box retailer also boosted its full-year adjusted earnings per share guidance. Target shares jumped 13% in pre-market trade and are poised to open at a record high.

Here’s are the numbers for Target’s second quarter, compared to Bloomberg-compiled estimates:

  • Revenue: $18.42 billion vs. $18.25 billion expected

  • Adj. earnings per share: $1.82 vs. $1.62 expected

  • Same-store sales: +3.4% vs. +3% expected

The retailer cited a surge in same-day fulfillment as driving sales growth. Its Order Pick Up, Drive Up and Shipt services accounted for nearly 1.5 percentage points of Target’s overall comparable sales growth during the quarter. Online sales jumped 34% during the quarter.

Target also hiked its estimates for the third quarter, seeing adjusted EPS between $1.04 per share to $1.24 per share, better than current expectations of $1.16.

“We are really pleased with our second quarter performance, which demonstrates the strength of our strategy and the durable financial model we’ve built over the last several years,” CEO Brian Cornell said in a statement.

“Traffic and sales continue to grow while our EPS reached an all-time high, driven by the strength of our team’s execution and their focus on delivering for our guests,” he added.

Target, like its peers, is not immune to fears surrounding the U.S.’s tariffs on China. Investors will be paying close attention to management commentary regarding how the trade war may affect its business.

The big box retailer has also beefed up its grocery business. Target announced Monday that it was launching grocery brand Good & Gather to compete with Amazon (AMZN) and Walmart (WMT).

Good & Gather’s products are scheduled to hit shelves September 15. Target said that by 2020, the brand will have about 2,000 products. Grocery sales represent about a quarter of total revenue for Target.

“Our guests are incredibly busy and want great-tasting food they can feel good about feeding their families,” Target’s executive vice president and president of food & beverage Stephanie Lundquist said in a statement.

“We saw this as a huge opportunity for Target to help. So our team got to work on our most ambitious food undertaking yet, reimagining our owned food brands to serve up convenient, affordable options that don’t cut corners on quality or taste,” she added.

Target’s report comes on the heels of Walmart’s better-than-expected results last week. Walmart reported that it saw a 37% jump in online sales during its most recent quarter, as it continues to see strong growth in e-commerce.

Target’s conference call with management is scheduled to kick off at 8 a.m. ET.

This post is developing. Please check back for updates.

Heidi Chung is a reporter at Yahoo Finance. Follow her on Twitter: @heidi_chung.

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