Simply Save podcast | Can debt funds really assess credit risk? Coronavirus Essential podcast | Kerala see another wave of infections; MHA refutes lockdown 5.0 claims; SC takes note of migrant issue Taking Stock | Market rises for second day in a row; investors richer by nearly Rs 2 lakh cr in a day … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Essential podcast | RBI’s push to revive economy, does COVID-19 spread through corpses?
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PR: It’s the golden age of takeout. They’ve elevated the game, too, to where you’re getting meals that are as good as eating in the restaurant. One restaurant we order from called Bestia includes reheat instructions that are very simple but specific, and things are separated so they don’t get soggy or they don’t blend when they’re not supposed to. So there’s a tiny bit of work that you do, but the payoff is gigantic because it’s fresh, it’s hot, and it’s just phenomenal and an art form in and of itself. … [Read more...] about Phil Rosenthal dishes on his Netflix series, camels, saving restaurants, and the genius fix for to-go fries
"The launch is in line with our vision to create a ladder of Bharat Bond ETFs across various maturities on the yield curve. This will provide more options for investors to match their investment needs with different time horizons,” Radhika Gupta, CEO of Edelweiss Mutual Fund said. … [Read more...] about Bharat Bond ETF second tranche to launch in July: All your questions answered
Overcoming prejudices about online counseling Now COVID-19 is forcing most traditional psychotherapists to adapt their practice to online counseling. After experiencing the medium, they are overcoming their prejudices. Many will convert some or all of their caseloads to telehealth after the pandemic ends. Most of our clients seem to be good with it: Responding to a satisfaction survey, 85% of USF students strongly or somewhat agreed their telehealth experience was comparable to an in-person visit. … [Read more...] about I’m a psychologist. Online therapy can be just as effective as in-person sessions
I wish there were more moments like these and fewer attempts at absurdist humor, like the bizarre plot in which Ramy and an Emirati donor to a Sufi Center drink adult film actress Mia Khalifa’s (the personification of Ramy’s porn addiction) breast milk in an attempt to conquer their sexual urges. These moments are all the more glaring when compared to the episodes that focus on Ramy’s family members. During these instances of more stark realism and sincerity, Ramy opens up to explore aspects of a specific community that go beyond the title character’s selfishness. … [Read more...] about Hulu’s ‘Ramy’ is back—with even more provocative questions for the Muslim-American diaspora