If Modi spent about three minutes to elaborate why his government was firm on a law against instant triple talaq, he spent almost 10 minutes focusing on why Article 370 and 35A was revoked from Jammu & Kashmir. This was more a repetition of what Home Minister Amit Shah had said in Parliament and what Modi himself said in an address to the nation on August 8. However, what followed was more important. … [Read more...] about Independence Day Speech | Modi is a man in a hurry, can India run with him?
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Quarantine Cocktail Time Paul Feig, creator of Freaks & Geeks and director of Bridesmaids, Spy, and Ghostbusters (2016), has been hosting a daily cocktail hour joined by his wife (and their dog sometimes) via his Instagram live feed. They dress up in their finest cocktail wear and encourage viewers to do the same as they dance around to music and create a feel-good atmosphere intended to help people forget what’s going on. Feig also takes time to provide funny commentary, give viewers shout-outs, honor special guests (like his Scottish cousin, for example), and also describes himself as “your favorite drunk uncle trying to be your idiot tour guide through a little bit of downtime.” There’s also a charity element. Feig encourages his viewers who can do so to donate to new COVID-19 related causes every day. Tune in at 5 p.m. PT for a good time. [Instagram: @paulfeig] … [Read more...] about 14 live celebrity internet shows to get you through the quarantine
There was a concern that the NPA delinquency period of 90 days might hurt some depositors, since the central bank had on March 27 granted a three-month moratorium on term loans. Depositors who require three months to make the payments might get downgraded from regular accounts to NPAs. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Finance ministry, RBI consider easing NPA classification duration to 180 days: Report
It is also because of the fact that importance comes from the ‘breadth and scope of ones responsibilities’ as ‘Sir’ Humphrey Appleby put it. How else can one describe repeated rejection of the Indian Air Force’s tender for aerial refuellers on cost grounds, or the fact that no company was interested in bidding for the Indian Army’s infantry combat vehicle (ICV) which has now had to be junked several times? The latter competition elicit sneering and guffaws, with vendors laughing in private that ‘the army seems so clueless that if they read in a magazine that an ICV could fly they’d want jet engines put on it’. … [Read more...] about Defence | A Chief of Defence Staff will not address the armed forces’ problems
6. They’re Self-Disciplined Mentally tough people also have a great deal of self-discipline and tend to be committed to their own health and wellness. They seldom take the easy way out and keep up with their well-rounded exercise, eating, and sleeping routines. It isn’t about vanity or self-absorption, though. To maintain your mental toughness, you have to appreciate how health, fitness, and adequate rest impact your overall wellness. Those physical factors are prerequisites for any big, taxing endeavor you’re setting your sights on. … [Read more...] about 7 Habits Of Tough-Minded Leaders