Because the GSLV is capable of carrying payloads weighing 2 2.5 tonnes, it is looked at to serve more sophisticated purposes. For instance, the D5 launch’s payload is the GSAT 14 communication satellite, a replacement for the extant GSAT 3/EDUSAT, weighing 1,982 kg. Neither GSAT 3 nor GSAT 14 would’ve been independently possible without the GSLV..
The impact of any real shift will conversely impact the level of employment. Our first graph shown below demonstrates how when there is an increase in the demand for labor (shown by the green curve) both wages increase (W1 to W2) and employment rises (Q1 to Q2.) Conversely as shown in the next graph, if there is a decrease in the demand for labor both wages and employment decrease. A decrease in the labor supply reduces employment but increases wages as shown in the third graph and an increase in the supply of labor increases employment but lowers wages as shown in the fourth graph..
At long last the Twin Peaks revival is finally coming to television. After getting off to a rocky start, David Lynch and David Nevins have finally shot the sequel to the surreal show. (Lynch is directing all the episodes.) Old favorites will return, like Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Agent Dale Cooper.
President Trump’s manufacturing council keeps on shrinking. The number of council members who have quit following Trump’s remarks about white supremacists has risen to six after one of the country’s most powerful labor union leaders said he was stepping down.Richard Trumka, leader of the AFL CIO, issued a statement on Tuesday saying “I cannot sit on a council for a President that tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism.”His resignation came shortly after Trump told reporters on Tuesday that “both sides” were responsible for violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.Thea Lee, an economist and former deputy chief of staff at the AFL CIO, also resigned from the council.Related: What every member of Trump’s business councils has said this weekFour business leaders had already walked away from Trump’s manufacturing council following the president’s reaction to the protests in Charlottesville.Scott Paul, head of the Alliance for American Manufacturing, quit Trump’s manufacturing council earlier on Tuesday. He said on Twitter it was “the right thing for me to do.”He joined the CEOs of Merck, Under Armour and Intel, who all left the council Monday.