There are experiences at the premium end of the market, too, all on hire. In Bengaluru, you can rent out Binge Club, a private mini theatre for a premium—Rs 4,000 for three hours. Hospitality professional Dhaval Raghuraman did just that for three friends early this month. “I thought to myself, there must be some way to distance, and yet meet friends over a movie and some food. There has to be something out there in a city that is home to expatriates from across the world!” A search led him to the aptly-named Binge Club, set up in 2019. … [Read more...] about Luxury concierges, at-home services soothe lockdown woes of privileged few
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Now, I realize many of you won’t have the luxury of taking any time to answer that question. The jobs market has been sucker punched, so for many any job is a “good” job in the middle of a pandemic. Still others will find themselves out of work in careers they realize they didn’t really like all that much anyway. Many will continue down the similar path that we have all followed, moving without much thought from one opportunity to another like a trapeze artist letting go of one handle to desperately scramble to find the next. … [Read more...] about Will this time of reflection finally get your side hustle off the ground?
An Indian Express report had quoted Air Marshal BN Gokhale and a group of experts investigating the 2010 Mangalore crash as saying: “These airfields require extra skill and caution while carrying out flight operations due to the undulating terrain and constraints of space. The hazard of undershooting and overshooting, in particular, can lead to grave situations.” … [Read more...] about Air India flight crash: Is the Calicut Airport topography to blame?