The journal covers topics in the areas of corporate governance, human resource management, marketing, organizational behavior, organization theory, strategy, technology management, and related areas. ABM addresses a fundamental business question:. What are the drivers of successful Asian business and management? ABM distinguishes itself from general business and management journals as it focuses on the Asian context.
Pandemics That Changed History
Pandemics That Changed History: Timeline - HISTORY
All of the automobile manufacturers have had to overhaul their product lineups in India due to the new, more stringent emissions standards that came into effect on 1st April While most cars, motorcycles, and other vehicles have been updated, some still remain. As market conditions crawl back to normalcy, having been affected drastically due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, Ducati now plans to launch 12 new motorcycles in the country this year. Of these, there will be many which have been updated from their BS-IV versions and some will be brand new motorcycles like the new Ducati Monster and the Streetfighter V4, along with new variants for the Scrambler range. In the first quarter of the calendar year, Ducati India will be launching BS-VI versions of its popular Scrambler series that includes Icon , Desert Sled, and for the first time, customers will also have the option of the Dark Edition.
Most people today use the Western calendar also known as the Gregorian calendar for everyday purposes. About , a Christian monk named Dionysius Exiguus marked the year Christ was born as 1. The Western calendar tells us we live in , which is sometimes written AD The years before the birth of Christ are numbered backward from his birth.
The earliest Homo sapiens presence in Mainland Southeast Asia can be traced back to 50, years ago and to at least 40, years ago in Maritime Southeast Asia. As early as 10, years ago, Hoabinhian settlers had developed a tradition and culture of distinct artefact and tool production. During the Neolithic , Austroasiatic peoples populated Indochina via land routes and sea-borne Austronesian immigrants preferably settled in Maritime Southeast Asia. The earliest agricultural societies that cultivated millet and wet-rice emerged around BCE in the lowlands and river floodplains of Indochina.