12 Bad Travel Things which should be banned immediately

At last, a modicum of common sense in a world drowning in insanity. Milan has done what millions of adults the world over have been dreaming of for several years – it has banned the use of selfie sticks in the middle of the city. To be specific, Italy’s grand fashion capital has clamped down on “holding, carrying, leaving on the ground, disposing of, or receiving any kind of glass bottles or containers, cans, and selfie sticks” in a core area of town. It has also banned fireworks and firecrackers…

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Bullish: Increasing access to technology for blind people

Technology can be central to the lives of the 285 million people in the world who are blind or visually impaired, as long as they know how to use it. That’s where Erin Lauridsen, access technology director at LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, comes in. In her role, Lauridsen helps ensure people who are blind and visually impaired “know how to access all of the technology that they need to live their lives,” Lauridsen told me on the latest episode of Bullish. That can be anything from computer literacy and smartphone…

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Private equity’s dirty finance secret

Please use the sharing tools found via the email icon at the top of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email [email protected] to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found here. https://www.ft.com/content/48d107b2-5fed-11e7-91a7-502f7ee26895 Tighter rules are required to stop private equity managers from artificially inflating claims about their performance, according to the largest association representing investors in buyout funds. The Washington-based Institutional Limited Partners…

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The Best Car Models for Busy Business Executives

The executive class is by far the most in-demand sector when it comes to car sales in the US and the UK, but that same demand also makes for steep competition as well. Every major manufacturer has multiple models fighting for a share of the automobile market in the executive segment, and while that means more options for the buyers to choose from, it also means that things are getting pretty confusing as well. In order to make sure that the busy executive in you finds the right car that…

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How To Find A Trusted Mechanic

Servicing your car is a pain. It’s often expensive and it’s possible you have nowhere in mind to take it. This is a frustrating situation to be in, but one you must use your problem-solving skills to deal with. Your car is expensive and you want to know it’s in good hands. Don’t go anywhere assuming you’ll get the kind of service you deserve. Do your homework ahead of time and make sure it’s a good fit before you take your car in. You’ll find the right one if you…

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6 Ways to Successfully Reduce Headaches

It’s common for many people to turn to over-the-counter pain killers when experiencing a headache. However, there are other treatment options to alleviate a headache over popping a pill. Find out the best ways to successfully reduce headaches. Improve Sleep Sleep deprivation could be the cause of troublesome headaches. Everyone should strive to enjoy between 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night and stick to the same schedule every day.This means going to bed and waking at the same time every day, and don’t alter the pattern on weekends….

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The Royal Palace of Caserta: Here’s why you must see its waterfalls and fountains

Many of Europe’s parks and gardens were created at the request of the kings, queens, princes and princesses who once ruled over the Old Continent. Some have exceptional qualities or stunning styles that put them on the map for visitors vacationing in Europe, such as the park of the 18th-century Royal Palace of Caserta in Italy. The Fountain of Ceres in the gardens of the Royal Palace . (Parco della reggia di Caserta) *The royal connection: The Bourbon King Charles III is known for making 18th century Naples one of the…

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Perfect getaway: 5 scenic routes in India for a road trip this monsoon

Make the most of the rains this year. You can head to misty mountains in India, go trekking in the Sahyadris, or set off on a road trip. Self-drive trip, as a travel trend, is slowly catching up in India. It is an immersive way to travel, exploring places with freedom and flexibility, which not only gives a sense of independence, but allows one to do things at their own pace. Here is a list of few destinations, picked by Aditya Loomba, joint managing director of ECO Rent A Car, specially for…

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A Westerosi vacation: Head to these real-life Game of Thrones destinations

The world eagerly anticipated Game of Thrones season 7 but fans aren’t waiting for winter to come to enjoy Seven Kingdoms-inspired vacations, as Hotels.com reports a dramatic hike in searches to the stunning destinations featured in the series. Among the world’s most popular shows, it has inspired the imaginations of millions of ‘Thronies’ across the globe since it first aired in 2011. Last season, over 23 million viewers worldwide tuned in to each episode. The destinations that feature most heavily throughout the seasons, and those anticipated to appear in season…

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5 Prominent Features of an SIP Mutual Fund

SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) is one of the most considered tools by mutual fund companies to receive the investments and pay out the dividends. Be it senior citizens or youngsters; this investment plan provides benefits to all age groups. So, here are some of the features of SIP Mutual Fund. Remember your childhood days when you used to save small amounts of money just to purchase your favourite toy? Not to forget, probably this is the way how your parent’s integrated saving habits in you. Today, when you are earning…

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