Get A New Experience at Muay Thai Camp for Boxing in Thailand and Travel

Want to try something new this holiday? Well if you are planning to visit Thailand, this holiday then we have some exciting holiday activities that will give you an entirely new holiday experience! If you want to know about these amazing and exciting activities then continue reading this article! Things To Do In Thailand!  Thailand is a beautiful and popular tourist destination. Every year people visit this ancient land to enhance their holiday experience. There are many exciting, memorable and thrilling activities that one can try in Thailand. Three of…

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What to Prepare When Moving Away to College

Going away to college can be one of the most exciting periods of a young person’s life. It will likely be the first time you’ve ever moved away from home, which also means that the experience can be quite daunting at first. Questions about what to take with you and leave behind can become overwhelming as you begin this next chapter of your life. If you’re on your way to college this autumn, read on for a few tips about what to prepare. Budget Accordingly Budgeting is so important both…

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5 Key Tech Challenges for Start-Ups

Starting a new business has itsshare of difficulties. Not only are you navigating new commercial waters, but there are many considerations to be aware of while launching and promoting your products and services. With so much activity happening online in a fiercely competitive environment, you must be aware of the key tech issues faced by start-ups and how to deal with them. Below we explore some of these challenges and how to address them. Keeping Up with New Tech Keeping up to date with the newest technology is a challenge…

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What to Do After A Car Accident

Being involved in even a minor auto collision can be a traumatic and dangerous experience. It is unfortunate, but the roads can be incredibly dangerous, and even if you are a safe and sensible driver, you could easily be involved in an accident at any moment. Despite this, many people do not know what steps should be taken after an accident, which only makes the situation more dangerous. With this in mind, here are the main steps that need to be taken if you are ever involved in an accident,…

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Top Paying Side Hustle Gigs You Can Start This Year

Working towards financial freedom means having multiple streams of income.  You don’t want to waste your precious time on low-paying side hustle options.  Here are the most lucrative side hustles you can get started with this year. Notary Public Notaries verify documents and validate signatures.  They are in high demand and can charge between $25-75 per signature. Often, notarizing a document takes less than 30 minutes and can have multiple required signatures.  When starting out, offer your services as a mobile notary.  People pay for convenience so you can start…

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There is More to Social Media Than You Think

Social media is now a constant in the majority of people’s lives, with Facebook being used by over 1.7 billion people daily – a huge percentage of the global population. However, despite how much time society spends posting, commenting, liking, and sharing online, there are still many secrets and tidbits that you may not know. Social media is more than just a place to connect with your friends. These days, it’s a news resource and a business platform, which changes the ways it can be used. It’s the number one…

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Alaska Travel Restrictions: Test-Based Alternative To Quarantine For Travelers

As states begin to open up again and the summer heat starts kicking up, an excursion to Alaska to take in the cooler temperatures might be an option. But, because of its location geographically, there are a few things you might need to prep for since it sits next to Canada. This includes any COVID-19 related travel restrictions in place in Alaska. Alaska has announced a new test-based policy for travelers entering the state. This gives travelers other options to the 14-day self-quarantine that has been required since March. Note…

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International air travel once situation normalises: Hardeep Puri

Civil aviation minister Hardeep Puri said on Wednesday that India would open up skies for international air travel once the situation normalises so that such cross-border travel will not pose any danger to citizens. In a series of tweets, Puri sought to reassure a group of non-resident Indians who are normally resident abroad but are currently stranded in India that they could fly out during the third phase of the Vande Bharat Mission that will operate between 9 June to 30 June. For normal international operations, India has to take…

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Haryana govt to bear three months interest on education loans by students: CM Khattar

The Haryana government will bear three months interest on education loans taken by thousands of students in the state, Chief Minister M L Khattar announced here on Wednesday. “Haryana government will pay the interest of three months of all those students who are completing their education this year or who have already completed their education in the previous year, but have not been able to start their jobs or business due to this coronavirus pandemic. As many as 36,000 students will be benefitted,” he said in a televised address to…

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Finovate Capital: A bridge to finance post-lockdown

Co-founders of Finovate Capital Aljo Joseph (left) and Akshat Birla are set for a busy business cycle in the coming months Image – Aljo Joseph: Sharon Joseph; Akshat Birla:Sheetal Birla In early May and after four months of deliberations, fintech company Finovate Capital finalised a multi-billion dollar deal with the Indian arm of European tyre maker Continental. The Covid-19 lockdown influenced the way the deal was sealed by Finovate’s co-founder and chief business officer Aljo Joseph and its chief product officer Pavan Matai, a former banker at RBL Bank: Through…

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