Lifestyle website for Muslim teens is covertly funded by the Home Office

SuperSisters is promoted as ‘a global platform for young Muslimahs in east London to share and create inspiring and empowering content’. Photograph: https://www.supersisters.co.uk/ A Muslim online lifestyle platform targeting British teenagers is covertly funded by the Home Office’s counter-extremism programme, the Observer has learned. The revelation about funding of the project has led to a row between […]

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Decoding slowdown: Investment is falling; neither central government nor private sector shows any appetite for it

Few would disagree with the Economic Survey of 2018-19 when it makes a case for investment as the “key driver” of India’s growth – in line with the Chinese experience, as it says – which would create capacity, increase labour productivity, introduce new technology, allow creative destruction and generate jobs. Except, this seem highly unlikely […]

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Why “Good Enough” Is Excellent For Your Mental Health

If the title “Good Enough” gave you a pang of anxiety, you are not alone. Perfectionistic behavior afflicts many professionals. You work on something tirelessly, concerned that it isn’t “perfect” yet. You may avoid starting on a project because you fear you won’t be able to do it exactly right. (Perfectionism can be the root […]

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Karnataka Bank inks pact for MF business

Karnataka Bank has entered into an agreement with fintech company Finwizard Technology (known as ‘fisdom’) to offer wealth management products and services to customers, beginning with mutual funds, through the bank’s ‘KBL Mobile Plus’ app. The ‘KBL Mobile Plus’ app will offer enhanced interface to help customers navigate and choose the best-suited funds. Mahabaleshwara MS, […]

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Google launches a new portal for small businesses

To celebrate International Small Business Day, Google  today launched a new website that will suggest its products that seem like the best fit for a specific business. The Google for Small Business portal was announced today at the Grow with Google Learning Center in New York City, where the company offers a variety of workshops and classes. During a break […]

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Viewpoint | Investment advice is not just for the rich

As a financial advisor, this is one of the most common misconceptions that I come across—professional financial advice is only for the rich. In fact and to an extent, it is the other way round. No doubt the rich need proper advice to manage their enormous wealth. But remember, the rich are already smart enough […]

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