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Water-Sipping Showers Are the Next Luxury Buy in a Parched World

Breadcrumb Trail links History of PMN Business Reporter: Bloomberg News Todd Woody Date of publication: January 29, 2022 • 27 minutes ago • 4 minutes reading • Join in the discussion Content of the article Author Todd Woody (Bloomberg) – Imagine bathing in a long, hot shower without wasting water and energy. It is a […]

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D-St Week Ahead: Market lighter than usual ahead of Budget, any positive news to boost indices

It was the second consecutive week that remained as straight in nature as the benchmark index Nifty50 it ended with bad words. Despite the bad week, there were weak symptoms Nifty trying to get help and setting up a temporary foundation for yourself. Commercial sales remained at 762.50-points; similar to 865-point sales in the week […]

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Remote working new normal, 82% employees prefer working from home, says new study

More than 67 percent of companies agree that leasing talent with office space alone has become more difficult, it said. With the COVID-19 epidemic bringing unprecedented changes in the working life, research has shown that 82% of respondents admitted that they prefer to work from home and back to the office. Remote work was forced […]

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TiHAN Foundation, IIT Hyderabad Logo, Brochure & Skill Development Kits Launched

TiHAN has made great strides since its inception and developed the testbed which is the first of its kind by an organization in India and a testament to its technical expertise, Prof Murty. Highlights: TiHAN encourages Industrial partners to advance the programs in Technology Development, Skill Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Fundraising for Joint Development & CSR. […]

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Canadian woman pleaded guilty for illegally mailing Polar Bear Skull as a “gift” to New York

Officials said a polar bear skull was unlawfully mailed from Canada to the US in a “gift” box. Federal investigators say that a polar bear skull was illegally transported from Canada to the United States in a box labeled “gift.” Now, a 27-year-old boutique owner from Montreal, Quebec, has pleaded guilty to trafficking protected animals, […]

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Froth cleanup underway on D-Street; brace for year-long volatility

Globally, markets found themselves in the midst of a selloff this week, majorly induced by anticipation of the US Federal Reserve’s stance and the growing concerns in Ukraine over a potential war with Russia. Moving in tandem, Dalal Street was painted red as the indices began the week with their biggest fall since April 2021. […]

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U.S. East Coast prepares for heavy snow, plunging temperatures as blizzard hits

Breadcrumb Trail links History of PMN Business Reporter: Content of the article NEW YORK – Residents of New York and New England were devastated on Saturday by a devastating Nor’easter hurricane, with freezing temperatures and hail of up to 60 inches[60 cm]a hurricane that is expected to be one of the worst. . Predictability of […]

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Omicron drives US deaths higher than in fall’s delta wave

Omicron, a highly contagious form of coronavirus that is spreading across the country, poses a higher risk for Americans who die every day than they did on the last river, and deaths could rise for days or weeks. Omicron, a highly contagious form of coronavirus that is spreading across the country, poses a higher risk […]

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China Winter Olympics Cases Up; Romney Gets Covid: Virus Update

South Korea recorded a dip in people hospitalized in a critical condition with Covid-19, despite a fresh all-time high of daily cases. More cases were reported among people involved in China’s upcoming Winter Olympics. In the US, Republican Senator Mitt Romney tested positive for the virus without symptoms, and is now isolating and working remotely. […]

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McKinsey pegs the price tag of a livable climate at $9.2trn a year

A new analysis from McKinsey & Co. estimates that the investment, in new infrastructure and systems, needed to meet international climate goals could be $ 9.2 trillion a year annually through 2050. That’s at least $ 3.5 trillion more a year than the world is currently laying out for both low-carbon and fossil- fuel infrastructure […]

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