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How Technology is Changing the Way We Eat

It’s no secret that humans love food. In fact, some might even say that you need it in order to survive. It’s interesting then, that technology is now actually changing the way in which humans consume food. Whether it’s by actively controlling our diets, to helping us make our shopping lists, there are all sorts of ways in which technology Read More

captive insurance services

 A captive insurance company is a company that is formed and owned by a non-insurance company to insure the risks of its owners. It is essentially a form of self-insurance that is established to meet the risk-management needs of its owners. Captives can be used by anybody from large multinational corporations to smaller nonprofits. They can be a bit riskier Read More

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Our benefits are similar to those the corporates offer, says Sourav Banerjee

Sourav Banerjee, country director in India for Room to Read. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint New Delhi: Sourav Banerjee, country director in India for Room to Read, a non-profit for children’s literacy and girls’ education with a presence across Asia and Africa, says the organization gives its workers the benefits that a corporate employee receives, like provident fund and gratuity, but in the Read More

No spiking of marks in class 10, 12: HRD ministry’s advisory to states

The advisory said the practice of awarding grace marks will continue for students who need just a few marks to pass their exams but this information has to be disclosed on the school and the state board’s websites. Photo: Hindustan Times New Delhi: The ministry of human resource development (HRD) on Friday issued an advisory to states and the Central Board Read More

Foreign languages not to be part of 3-language formula in schools

Foreign languages such as German and French may not be part of the three-language formula in schools from the next academic session. Photo: Mint New Delhi: Foreign languages such as German and French may not be part of the three-language formula in schools from the next academic session. The HRD ministry is believed to have communicated to the Central Board of Read More

Delhi Smog: Superfoods And Lifestyle Changes You Need to Make Right Now

The news of NCR been engulfed in smog is truly saddening and scary. Imagine its effects on not only you but also your precious children and the elderly. Although as responsible citizens we should contribute to doing our best to save our planet but along with that we must also ensure that we keep ourselves and our loved ones safe Read More

Landmark Group appoints Vasanth Kumar as MD of Lifestyle International

New Delhi: Dubai-based retail and hospitality conglomerate, Landmark Group, which is also the parent company of brands like Lifestyle, Max Fashion, Home Centre, Spar Hypermarkets and EasyBuy, has appointed Vasanth Kumar, executive director of Max Fashion India as the managing director of Lifestyle International with the responsibility for the strategic direction and execution of Lifestyle and Home Centre businesses, starting April 1, 2018. Kabir Read More

Future Lifestyle Fashions raises Rs 350 crore through NCDs

Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd (FLFL), part of the Kishore Biyani-led Future Group, has raised Rs 350 crore through issuance of non-convertible debentures series on a private placement basis. “The Committee of Directors… has issued and allotted 3,500 senior, secured listed, rated, redeemable non- convertible debentures series – IV (NCDs) of Rs 10 lakh each at par for cash aggregating Rs 350 Read More

The Best Ways to Save Money on Fabric for childrens clothes

  We as a whole need Fabric for childrens clothes and they can be a costly buy. As indicated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the normal American burns through $1,700 every year on clothes. For a group of four, that adds up to almost $7,000. That is a colossal piece of money that can be better spent on different Read More

All you’ve ever wanted to know about a prostate exam, explains a Urological Surgeon

Too embarrassed to get your prostate checked? Gareth Brown, Consultant Urological Surgeon at Nuffield Health, explains why it’s well worth a few awkward moments. When I meet a man to check his prostate, the first thing I do is shake his hand. That’s the point when many of them realise I have big hands – and big fingers. It can add trepidation Read More