Author Archives: Loknath Das

Correction is real estate prices is unlikely: Kamal Khetan

Kamal Khetan, chairman & managing director, Sunteck Realty, tells Ateeq Shaikh why property prices will not decrease and stagnancy in the real estate prices in itself is a dip in the rates. He also shares his views on MahaRERA (Real Estate Regulation Act) and why his company will not venture outside Mumbai Metropolitan Region. What’s the situation in real estate Read More


CBSE also makes mistakes, should not have scrapped re-evaluation policy: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court on Friday orally observed that the CBSE ought not have done away with its re-evaluation policy as it also makes mistakes in evaluation of answer sheets. “You (CBSE) should not have done that. You too make mistakes,” Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said while hearing a student’s plea for re-evaluation of her class 12 board exam answer sheets Read More


15 Iftar meals that keep you satiated and healthy

1. A healthy Ramzan! Ramadan is a beautiful month that teaches you the best lesson of life-a balance between abstinence and indulgence. Fasting through the day without a single drop of water and then thanking Allah and breaking the bread is the lovely tradition that makes this holy month special. But with increase in lifestyle diseases in the past decade, Read More


How changing weather affects our sleep

The change in weather doesn’t only influence environmental conditions but has a great impact on our sleeping pattern too. As our body prepares to fall asleep, the internal temperature dips and stays on a lower side for a few hours before we wake up. Let’s discuss how different weather conditions impact our sleeping pattern. How hot and humid weather affects Read More


BBB Says Fake RFP Emails are Targeting Small Businesses

You’ve got mail! And it could be a scam. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says fake malicious emails are circulating right now that target small businesses. The emails purport to contain an RFP (Request for Proposal). That’s usually an easy hook to get a small business to open the email. After all, it could mean more business. That’s exactly the mindset Read More


White House Tech Summit Good News for Small Businesses? Hope So!

The White House wants to improve technology across government agencies. And that could lead to some opportunities for small businesses. Inside the White House Tech Summit Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, said at the White House Tech Summit Monday, “We will foster a new set of startups focused on [government] tech and be the new global Read More


8 Steps to Avoid Cash Flow Problems at Your Small Business

Inadequate cash flow can cripple a small business. In fact, research shows that the insufficient management of cash flow can be pinned on as much as 82 percent of small business and start-up failure. If you run a small business and are experiencing problems with cash flow, take a look at the advice of Fred Parrish. Parrish  is founder and Read More


DNA variants that are bad for health may also make you stupid

Could CRISPR give them better health and an IQ boost? Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty By Michael Le Page What makes some people smarter than others? A genetic analysis of families in Scotland, UK, hints that brainer people have fewer DNA mutations that impair intelligence and general health, rather than having more genetic variants that make them smarter. “This is one of Read More


The health care industry doesn’t love Obamacare enough to save it

Pacific Press / Getty Images The health care industry killed Hillarycare in the 1990s and cut deals to shape Obamacare more to its liking in 2009. But now, as Republicans push a sweeping and widely reviled health bill through Congress, the industry has often appeared declawed in the biggest health care fight of the decade. It’s a deliberate strategy, interviews Read More


A yuge week in health care

This is the web version of VoxCare, a daily newsletter from Vox on the latest twists and turns in America’s health care debate. Like what you’re reading? Sign up to get VoxCare in your inbox here. Buckle up for an incredibly busy week in health care — both in the Senate and across the states. Senate Republicans are still reportedly Read More