Best Practices for Operating Your Business During the Pandemic

Figuring out how to safely operate your business during the novel coronavirus pandemic is a critical thinking problem unlike any you’ve faced before. You can’t afford to remain closed indefinitely, but you also don’t want an employee to get sick because he or she was exposed to the virus at work. As you work with your investors to determine what protocols you need to maintain, keep these tips in mind. Automate Your Processes Whenever you can replace face-to-face contact with automation, do so. In a restaurant, install ordering kiosks or…

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Heaven On Your Plate: From kebabs to biryani, food is serious business in Lucknow

Lucknow’s famous poet Ghulam Hamadan Mushafi (1747-1824) is not the only one to use a kebab simile to describe the anguish and fire in a lover’s heart. So engrained has the kebab been in the lives of the people of Awadh, that it is difficult to think of Lucknow without it. However, Awadh wasn’t just kebabs. It was about refined tastes, tehzeeb o adaab or etiquette, hospitality and its syncretic culture. From the setting of the dastarkhwan which would have duas for blessing the food and house printed on it,…

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Engineering, business and economics subjects at university ‘most likely to make a billionaire’, according to new Billionaires League

Heading off into higher education is a major decision for many, and picking the best subject to study while at university can be an even bigger, and more important, choice – especially if the course you choose determines whether you will join one of the world’s rarest groups – the billionaire league. With less than 2,000 in the entire world today, the team at Gocompare, for the first time, has looked at the education of the top 100 billionaires – from the past 20 editions of Forbes’ 100 list –…

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