Month: October 2019

Pepe’s late free kicks lead Arsenal’s 3-2 comeback

Pepe’s late free kicks lead Arsenal’s 3-2 comeback

Sports
Updates from :  the Hindu. Arsenal and Sevilla are now the only two clubs with a full nine points after three group-stage games. Nicolas Pepe finally lived up to his price tag as he came off the bench to lead Arsenal to a 3-2 comeback victory over Vitūria with perfectly executed free kicks in the Europa League on Thursday. Pepe, the club’s record signing, equalized by curling the ball around the defensive wall in the 80th minute and then replicated the feat in injury time to help Arsenal avoid an embarrassing home loss. Arsenal and Sevilla are now the only two clubs with a full nine points after three group-stage games, with the Spanish side beating Dudelange 3-0 at home. Earlier Thursday, Anthony Martial scored from the penalty spot for Manchester United to beat Parti
Clothes swaps and second-hand sales become trendy in Indian cities

Clothes swaps and second-hand sales become trendy in Indian cities

Women
Updates from :  the Hindu. As shopping season begins, help the environment and consider buying pre-loved clothes through sales and swaps, which are slowly gaining popularity Pan-India Started in 2016 by Nancy Bhasin and Vaybhav Singh with swap parties in Delhi and NCR, This for That, in September 2018 transformed into an app-based platform for women across India to swap fashion and beauty products. So far, 25,000 people have downloaded the app and 4,000 to 5,000 people use it monthly. Nancy says, “The number of conscious shoppers is very less. The rest want to buy and hoard more. The whole point is to make sustainability palatable. We do so by layering it under a great deal and so you feel like you saved money as well as the environment.” Stating that there is no r
What you need to know about the stealthy barn owl

What you need to know about the stealthy barn owl

Environment, Life & Style
Updates from :  the Hindu. Owl sacrifices are held throughout parts of North India to gain wealth Let’s meet the most likely inspiration for the Irish legend of the banshee: the Barn Owl (Tyto alba). The unlikely cry of the owl, which is a loud screechy wail, can be heard in every continent except for Antarctica. Barn Owls (Tyto alba) are one of the most widespread owls in the Indian Subcontinent. The word Tyto has been derived from the Greek word ‘tuto’, meaning night This explains its nocturnal nature, and the word alba,which corresponds to its white or dull white colour. These owls are medium-sized with long legs and wings and have a relatively shorter tail when compared to other similar sized owls. Owls have one of the most fascinatingly coloured eyes in birds but the Bar
India climbs 14 notches in ease of doing business ranking

India climbs 14 notches in ease of doing business ranking

Finance
Updates from :  the hindu Moves to 63rd slot from 77 last year, among 190 nations, in World Bank survey In the latest ranking for countries in ease of doing business, the World Bank has placed India 63rd out of 190 countries — an improvement of 14 places from its 77th position last year. The country’s score improved from 67.3 last year to 71.0 this year, as per The Doing Business 2020 study, released on Thursday. The indicator measures the performance of countries across 10 different dimensions in the 12-month period ending May 1, 2019. The 10 areas of study are: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, and resolvi
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