Author: Miles

UK modern slavery cases involving children doubles

March 20, 2019

 Gangs use children to traffic drugs from inner-city areas to provincial towns. Photograph: stockex / Alamy/Alamy A steep rise in the number of vulnerable children being lured into dealing drugs as part of the so-called county lines crisis has led to a doubling of modern slavery cases involving UK minors in Britain. Data from the National Crime Agency (NCA) […]

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Small Scale Appliances For Small And Tiny Kitchens

March 19, 2019

This is a 24 inch range from BlueStar’s Small Space collection.PHOTO COURTESY OF BLUESTAR; JESSICA SMITH DESIGNER With the increase of smaller houses and apartments in the United States and around the world, many companies are producing high performance, beautiful small-space appliances. However small the living space may be, people still want the convenience of a stove, […]

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PM Modi to dedicate National War Memorial by lighting eternal flame below obelisk

March 18, 2019

The memorial pays tribute to soldiers who laid down their lives defending the nation during Indo-China War in 1962, Indo-Pak Wars in 1947, 1965 and 1971, Indian Peace Keeping Force Operations in Srilanka and in the Kargil Conflict in 1999. Drawing inspiration from the ‘Chakravyuh’ formation, the iconic National War Memorial, set to be unveiled […]

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How Launching Products Is Changing

March 17, 2019

Away luggage is an increasingly well-known success story. Fast growth. Good press. Profitable in a year. Looking at the new wave of brand launches, it made me wonder if there were new lessons in how to bring products to market what I learned starting in the business in the 1990s. Then, it was all about the CES announcement, the press release, the […]

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Pops Of Color In Appliances

March 12, 2019

Kitchens today can have mix and match colors, adding just a pop of color in one or more appliances.PHOTO COURTESY OF BILL CHILL Watch any home show today and everyone seems to want stainless steel appliances. But as everything old is new again – white, black and colors are beginning to look very new again […]

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With 4 Products In 2 Years, AI-Powered Startup MikeLegal Is Revolutionising The Law Community

March 11, 2019

The legal community in India is getting a major boost as artificial intelligence has made a way into the courtroom by managing cumbersome paperwork, carrying in-depth research, and more. With its unique offering, Gurgaon-based MikeLegal is the one most interesting startups in legal tech space in India. Analytics India Magazine got in touch with Anshul Gupta, Founder of Mike Legal to […]

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Traditional tea ceremony in Japan brings out versatility of this popular beverage

March 10, 2019

For one, Japanese tea is very different from Chinese and Indian teas. (Reuters) The traditional Japanese tea ceremony is more than just a hot cuppa’ shared with friends. It is also not just about the stuff in the cup. Even the way the ceremony is conducted plays an intrinsic part in the fulfilling enjoyment of […]

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GHCL to roll out home textiles products range made from recycled polyester

March 9, 2019

The PET bottles are processed at Reliance Industries’ plant at Barabanki through an extruder and transformed into tagged r-PET fibre Gujarat Heavy Chemicals Limited (GHCL) is all set to launch a range of home textiles products based on health and wellness during the second fortnight of March. RS Jalan, Managing Director, GHCL, told BusinessLinethat the company […]

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You may be able to buy products using Google Images soon

March 6, 2019

Google is testing a new feature that allows people to buy products while browsing Google Image search results. Known as ‘shoppable ads’, these sponsored posts are placed within image search results, and allow retailers to “highlight multiple products available for sale” within an image, according to a post on the Google Ads blog. Google says goodbye […]

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Traditional Palestinian Dress Becomes Means of Political Protest

March 5, 2019

A traditional dress worn by Palestinian women was not the kind of clothing one would expect to become a sign of political expression. The brightly colored, embroidered woman’s dress is known as a “thobe,” notes the Associated Press. Now the thobe is gaining popularity as a softer means of identifying with the fight for the establishment of a Palestinian […]

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