Realme 7 Pro is a successor to the Realme 6 Pro (review) and comes with quite some changes in the design and display. The Realme 7 Pro sports a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen and is among the best displays in the segment. It offers vibrant and offers punchy colours. Unlike Realme 6 Pro, the Realme 7 Pro misses out on a high refresh rate LCD and instead comes with a 60Hz screen. Although a 90Hz AMOLED would have been sweet but the software optimisation has been good which has led to smooth user experience. Gamers may find this to be a bummer though. … [Read more...] about Realme 7 Pro Review: The best smartphone under Rs 20,000 in India?
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It is here that philanthropic capital becomes so important. Enlightened private philanthropists have the power to take the risks that institutions such as governments and businesses, beholden to taxpayers and shareholders respectively, cannot. They also have the personal capital to fund the high-risk moon-shot ideas. Financing these ideas, catalytic social investors patiently build their domain expertise by learning what works and more importantly, the lessons from failing. This type of venture eventually ensures ideas and proven solutions can further down the line become mainstream winning stories. Catalytic philanthropists need to strive to privatize failure and socialize success. … [Read more...] about The best philanthropy takes the biggest risks
In the show, noted adventurer Bear Grylls refers to the actor, “known for his martial arts skills”, as a friend and a legend. As the episode proceeds we get an insight into several lesser known facts and aspects of the actor's life, who comes from an army background. Let us take you through some of the telling moments from the show: … [Read more...] about Into the Wild with Bear Grylls and Akshay Kumar: When the Khiladi was at his adventurous best
Stoicism’s love of reason, resilience, and view of nature as an organising principle found a ready audience among the Romans, and it was embraced and extended by those such as Seneca, tutor to Nero; Epictetus, a slave who gained freedom and set up a philosophical school; and, of course, Marcus Aurelius. Other such as Scipio Africanus, the celebrated Roman general who destroyed Carthage, were also students of Stoicism. … [Read more...] about Stoicism and its Contents: Why this philosophical discipline still matters
“The reason being that uppermost on consumers’ minds today is safety which takes precedence over taste. However, it is now pretty well known that the virus does not transmit actively through food and hence open kitchens, while emerging as a trend, will actually have a spin-off benefit of inculcating a greater sense of ownership in food safety by those that are involved in its production,” said Sanjay Kumar, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Elior India, a standalone food service company. … [Read more...] about Restaurants, catering companies turn to Live Kitchens for small gatherings at home