Who is responsible for the Amritsar Train Accident (Oct 2018)?

Shashank Chaudhery, works at Ministry of Home Affairs, India (2018-present)
Mechanical Engineer at Indian Railways (2016-present)

I would not solely attribute the mishap to the people. 1)The people: Yes, it was the foolish act of watching effigy burn standing on the railway tracks. They took their own life. Even a person with poor mind and memory will understand that standing there can cost their life. 2) Station house officer: I would say it was a mistake of him too as the media says SHO gave the permission for organizing the event near the railway's track which was a foolish and stupid act by him. 3) Organizers: How can they organize an event near 100m of a railway track and if they did they would have announced to people not to stand there or volunteers should have driven them off 4) Drivers: I personally feel he wasn't at fault as he got a green signal and he was told not to stop the train. 5) Navjot Kaur Siddhu: I don't find her fault too. It is just a political tame ga…

What do we learn in the Big 4s such as the PWC, KPMG, EY, and Deloitte that the Mediocre CA firms cannot provide?

Harsh Dhiman, works at EY (2017-present)
Former Senior Consultant at EY (2011-2016)
I think I am partially qualified to answer this. Partially because though I work at a big four but I am not from the assurance background, nor did I do my internships here. Learning is something that is subjective, I have seen people coming to EY and learning and teaching us more than we expected, but some students come and just waste their time. Moreover, learning is about your willingness - people claim to learn lots at a young startup and there are some who do not learn anything at the biggest of firms. So it would be appropriate to say that there is no correlation between learning and company size. Coming back to Big 4s, I think one of most intriguing facts I read is that the big four firms audit 99% of all Fortune 100 companies. You can just imagine the kind of clients we have on our plate every morning. We deal with best of best and biggest of the biggest firms; firms that actually run the world a…

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a highly respected politician who served as the 10th Prime Minister of India. This biography of Atal Bihari Vajpayee provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.

Birthday: December 25, 1924 Nationality: Indian Sun Sign: Capricorn Died At Age: 93 Born In: Gwalior Famous As: Former Prime Minister Of India Height: 1.68 M Political Ideology: Bharatiya Janata Party (1980–Present) Father: Krishna Bihari Vajpayee Mother: Krishna Devi Siblings: Prem Religion: Hinduism Died On: August 16, 2018 Place Of Death: New Delhi Founder/Co-Founder: Jana Sangh Net Worth: $2 Million As Of Jan 15, 2017
Education: DAV College, Kanpur Awards: 1992 - Padma Vibhushan 1994 - Lokmanya Tilak Award 1994 - Best Parliamentarian Award
1994 - Bharat Ratna Pandit Govind Vallabh Pant Award 2014 - Bharat Ratna

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