At a seminar organised by Kerala Government opposition leaders and economists term new ToRs as an attack on federalism Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday termed as “unilateral” the Centre’s move to change the Terms of Reference of the 15th Finance Commission for creation of a non-lapsable fund for “Defence and Internal Security”. At a day-long seminar on “Additional ... Read More »
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Kids nowadays are becoming more addicted to gadgets. These devices include video games, television, mobile, and apart phone apps, computers, tablets. And games like PUBG and DOTA 2 are making more kids fall in the trap of smartphones. And it has become a major problem for all of the parent like us. Isn’t? If yes let us know the problem ... Read More »
There’s nothing like a growth industry to excite investors and financiers. Just look at the cannabis business, which is expected to generate hundreds of billions of dollars worldwide in the coming years and is already on a streak in the stock market. Financing companies that grow weed or make related products should be a no-brainer for banks. Yet doing so in the US is risky. Not ... Read More »
“Terrorists use the internet in much the same way as other people.” How should tech companies deal with it?
How should tech companies regulate terrorist content? Brian Fishman, the policy director of counterterrorism at Facebook, published a paper in Texas National Security Review about the challenges that tech companies face in removing terrorist content from their platforms. It’s important to understand how terrorists use the internet, Fishman writes. Generally speaking, terrorists use the Internet in much the same way as other people: ... Read More »
GettyGetty Mobile home park investing is not an exciting cryptocurrency, a high-flying tech startup or a trophy office tower you brag about owning. A mobile home park is just a parking lot filled with single- or double-wides that kicks off a lot of cash flow. I co-own a portfolio of 23 mobile home parks and help real estate investors grow ... Read More »
The 125-cc scooter segment has witnessed a lot of new entrants in the last one year and the latest offering comes from Suzuki. Priced at Rs. 68,000 and available in one version, this small capacity maxi scooter is based on the Access 125 and promises to deliver a premium experience for customers. We rode the scooter for a few days ... Read More »
Xiaomi Mi A2 India launch live stream is scheduled to start at at 4pm tomorrow HIGHLIGHTS The Xiaomi Mi A2 launch event is scheduled to start at 4pm on August 8 It will be live streamed for fans to watch in real-time Xiaomi will give 100 people who register for the live stream F-codes Xiaomi Mi A2 India launch is scheduled ... Read More »
TVS Apache RR310 vs Honda CBR250R vs Yamaha Fazer 250 vs Royal Enfield Himalayan: Who should buy what!
5 latest affordable performance motorcycles in India – which is the right one for you? The higher segments of Indian motorcycle market have shown a strong growth in the last few years. We have seen some really well-sorted motorcycles, like the KTM 390 Duke, making it to the ‘affordable performance’ segment in recent years. However, some more well-priced performance-oriented products ... Read More »
Royal Enfield has a cult following in India, and that’s big reason why many newbies look at them with dreamy eyes and buy them without understanding their true character. Even though Royal Enfield motorcycles have their finer points, they are not meant for everyone. We bring you ten kinds of people who should stay away from Royal Enfield motorcycles. People ... Read More »
YES Erodes secularity Against Constitution… India is a secular country in which Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jews and even animistic cultures thrive. Religious instruction in schools can erode the secular fabric of this ancient nation. Even if multi-religious instructions are taught, it would create hatred and blind obedience. Sudipta Mandal, Class IX, The Levelfield School, Suri, Birbhum Religion is something which should ... Read More »