Persons in the society are the basic unit n which the whole edifice is standing is the capacity building of the individuals which makes the society to flourish or population,limited resources have created many challenges at the societal and at the policy making are debated and the nuances are delved off populace have been given to give up the subsidy in order to make the subsidy sustainable. CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) have been amended to incorporate the inclusive approach in are more things which needs to be inculcated in order to realise and achieve a better society where citizens are empowered and needn’t have to depend upon the doles for their bare minimum challenge is tough seeing the state of majority of population in our country or for that matter whole this is what we need to strive for.
Rousseau continued his interest in music. He wrote both the words and music of his opera Le devin du village ( The Village Soothsayer ), which was performed for King Louis XV in 1752. The king was so pleased by the work that he offered Rousseau a lifelong pension. To the exasperation of his friends, Rousseau turned down the great honor, bringing him notoriety as "the man who had refused a king's pension". He also turned down several other advantageous offers, sometimes with a brusqueness bordering on truculence that gave offense and caused him problems. The same year, the visit of a troupe of Italian musicians to Paris, and their performance of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 's La serva padrona , prompted the Querelle des Bouffons , which pitted protagonists of French music against supporters of the Italian style. Rousseau as noted above, was an enthusiastic supporter of the Italians against Jean-Philippe Rameau and others, making an important contribution with his Letter on French Music .
The movie has an irreverent, quirky sense of humor, and we get some notion of the times we live in when the bank starts getting obscene phone calls -- and the giggling tellers breathe heavily into the receiver. There's also, in a film that's probably about fifteen minutes too long, an attempt to take a documentary look at the ways police and banks try to handle situations like this. And through it all there's that tantalizing attraction of instant celebrityhood, caught for an instant when a pizza deliveryman waves at the cameras and shouts, "Hey, I'm a star!"