The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has released a report examining music sales trends for the full 2019 calendar year. The report, as noted by Variety, shows that U.S. revenues of recorded music grew by 13% to $11.1 billion last year. The driver of that growth? Streaming music services. … [Read more...] about Streaming hits new milestone, accounts for nearly 80 percent of US music revenue in 2019
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There is no surprise that Mumbai is the home to more than a third of the richest individuals in the country with 50 of them living in the megapolis, making it the ninth richest city globally, followed by New Delhi with 30, Bengaluru with 17 and Ahmedabad with 12. … [Read more...] about India added 3 dollar billionaires a month in 2019; Mukesh Ambani richest Indian
"I think while we have managed to do some good work in school education, a lot needs to be done in higher education. There’s a shortage of higher education opportunities in Delhi. There are 2.5 lakh students who pass out of school every year. There are only one lakh seats in higher education. And out of those one lakh too there are students who come from all over the country. We had a spectacular class 12 results yesterday. Despite that, most of the government school students will end up pursuing higher education in correspondence because there aren’t enough seats," she says. … [Read more...] about AAP’s Atishi has revamped education in Delhi. But will that be enough to win a Lok Sabha seat?
The BJP government had presented its Interim budget in February, before the Lok Sabha elections. The then stand in Finance minister Piyush Goyal had announced a relief package of Rs 75,000 crore under a new scheme PM Kisaan Samman Nidhi for distressed farmers. … [Read more...] about Finance ministry readying for full budget around July 10
It’ll still be years before the Mirabeau Water Garden is ready to welcome visitors, or water. The city plans to begin construction this summer, a city spokesperson said, and construction of the FEMA-funded portion of the project will conclude summer 2021. There’s also a few U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-funded components to the Water Garden, and design of those, which will include educational spaces, is ongoing, the spokesperson said, and includes interactive community engagement. Then there’s the landscaping elements, and the time it takes to grow all the trees and plants on those 25 acres. “Green infrastructure projects are not turnkey,” Diaz says. “You don’t build it and move in the next day.” One area of the land is planned to be set aside as an homage to the Sisters, featuring a preserved piece of the convent’s original terrazzo floor that was recovered from the site, with a symbol for the Sisters of St. … [Read more...] about How these New Orleans nuns helped turn their convent into a beautiful, flood-preventing urban wetland