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India outsources chores as servant culture shifts
India outsources chores as servant culture shifts
These are just some of the requests received by Mumbai start-up “Get My Peon”, one of the new Indian companies offering to do your chores and errands in a country traditionally reliant on full-time servants.
Street fishing thrives in waterways of Paris
Street fishing thrives in waterways of Paris
Nespoulous is part of a new wave of “street fishers” taking to the French capital’s canals as well as the Seine, where pike, giant catfish and black bass have returned in large numbers to healthier waters.
UN to vote on MH17 disaster resolution
UN to vote on MH17 disaster resolution
The document, proposed by Australia and co-sponsored by countries like France, also calls on all actors in the region to fully cooperate in an international probe of the incident.
Are we gulping down plastic with sea food?
Are we gulping down plastic with sea food?
According to an alarming study by University of Exeter, tiny plastic particles polluting our seas are entering the bodies of marine creatures through their gills.
Why airlines didn’t avoid risky Ukraine airspace
Why airlines didn’t avoid risky Ukraine airspace
If airlines must avoid all the world’s hot spots, flight times would be extended, requiring extra fuel and pilots.
Double disasters taint Malaysia Airlines
Double disasters taint Malaysia Airlines
Unlike Flight 370, the responsibility for which is pinned with Malaysia Airlines, the second disaster appears largely beyond the airline’s control.
Another rape in India; 17-year-old student the victim
Another rape in India; 17-year-old student the victim
Protesting parents sought security for their children studying in the school where the tuition fee alone is Rs150,000 a year.
India tops list of global poor: UN report
India tops list of global poor: UN report
India also had the highest child mortality rate worldwide in 2012.
California approves fines for water-wasters
California approves fines for water-wasters
The action by the State Water Quality Control Board came after its own survey showed that conservation measures to date have failed to achieve the 20 per cent reduction in water use sought by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Hiring former employees beneficial: Study
Hiring former employees beneficial: Study
Organisations of all types are beginning to recognise and embrace the value of recruiting and welcoming back former employees, the findings showed.
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