Please Send Us Your College Applications About Money

Did you apply for undergraduate admission for the fall 2021 semester? Did you write an essay about money, work or social class? We’d like to read it and perhaps publish it. …

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Ministry of Supply Sold Office Apparel. It Has Had to Rethink Things.

The start-up had to decide what to do when its merchandise became virtually irrelevant during the pandemic. Revamping its focus was not easy, but the company has survived. …

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Coronavirus: Hairdressers reopen in the Netherlands

Hairdressers in the Netherlands have reopened after being shut since December. …

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California Adventure event tickets now on sale: Here’s the latest Disneyland reopening updates – CNET

Disneyland Resort has also become a coronavirus vaccine super site….

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JKYog Global International Women’s Day Awards 2021: Nominations Open

To celebrate perseverance despite odds and the accomplishments of remarkable women across the world and to support more women pathbreakers in every field, JKYog launches the Global International Women’s Day Awards coinciding with the 110th anniversary of International Women’s Day. JKYog was established by global spiritual leader, mind management authority and bestselling author Swami Mukundananda to spread the knowledge of Yoga as per the Vedic scriptures for the physical, mental, and spiritual upliftment of humanity. IWDA – Honorees Nominations are open for emerging women youth leader…

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ShopG to expand to over 300 cities in India by 2025, onboard more partners

Social commerce company ShopG is scaling up its presence to over 300 cities in the country and onboarding more partners as it looks to tap into the multi-billion dollar opportunity in the segment. …

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Unions attack ‘pitiful’ 1% pay rise proposed for NHS staff

Government accused of dereliction of duty over pay recommendation for more than a million staffThe government is embroiled in a row with NHS staff after deciding they should get only a 1% pay rise next year, despite Boris Johnson’s effusive praise for their efforts during the pandemic.Nurses and doctors accused ministers of not valuing health service personnel highly enough after the recommendation that more than 1 million staff should receive only a small increase. Continue reading… …

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Mounting federal debt puts the U.S. at risk of a fiscal crisis, Congressional Budget Office warns.

The nonpartisan office forecast a challenging long-term outlook, as interest costs rise and federal spending on health programs swells along with an aging population. …

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This Creature Is Blind, but Somehow It Knows the Color Blue

Eyeless roundworms may have hacked other forms of cellular warning systems to give themselves a form of color vision. …

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Proposed E.U. Law Aims to Rectify Gender Pay Gap

Under a proposed law, companies in Europe could be sanctioned if they fail to pay men and women the same salaries. …

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Ease of Living Index: Bengaluru pips Pune, emerges as most liveable city

Among the 49 cities ranked in the ‘million-plus population’ category, Delhi figures in the 13th spot and Srinagar at the bottom …

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Indian Bank reports 3 NPA accounts worth over Rs 35 cr as fraud to RBI

Indian Bank on Thursday reported three accounts as fraud to the RBI with total outstanding of over Rs 35 crore …

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NHAI raises ₹600 crore more than the reserve price for TOT-5, Adani and DP Jain Infra set to bag contracts

Adani and DP Jain Infra, who quoted the highest price in the 5A-1 and 5A-2 packages last month, are now set to bag the respective bids. NHAI at it’s board meeting on Thursday disclosed the reserve price for TOT-5. The authority received bids worths ₹2,252 crore, against a reserve price of ₹1,621 crore….

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TCL’s Alto 8 Plus 2.1-channel Fire TV sound bar drops to $75 (save $125) – CNET

With its built-in subwoofer, it’s a good choice for space-challenged living rooms….

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Nigeria kidnapping: Freed Zamfara schoolgirl keen to return to school

A girl who was kidnapped alongside 278 students speaks to the BBC about her ordeal. …

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Tax and spending experts say Sunak’s budget doesn’t add up

Bodies including Institute for Fiscal Studies doubt chancellor’s spending cuts after Covid are deliverableRishi Sunak is under increasing pressure to provide more money for the NHS and struggling households amid criticism from tax and spending experts that his Budget plans to repair the Covid-19 damage to public finances were unrealistic.The Institute for Fiscal Studies and the Resolution Foundation, with the head of the Treasury’s own independent forecasting body, all questioned whether it would be possible to deliver the cuts in spending that are central to the chancellor’s strategy. Continue reading… …

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