Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has shared cards and handwritten notes on social media that throws light on her relationship with her late father, Robert. Robert Sr died of cancer in 2003. Kim has not been seen opening up much about the loss. Robert senior was a a lawyer and the cards and handwritten notes were shared between the father and daughter, according to reports. "My dad would always leave me notes when we lived together," she wrote. He scribbled on one: "Kim, I'm at lawyers for uncle Larry's birthday. I have my pager. I'll be home at around 10 o'clock. Love you, Daddy." She then posted some of her messages to him when she joined him aged 22 at his office. "I just want you to know how much I appreciate everything you do for me -- I love working for you. Happy Father's Day," she wrote. … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian shares letters from late father
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What is holding women professionals from taking risks after a certain age? Is there an expiry date to the success of a woman's career? A few months ago, I remember watching a Malayalam film How Old Are You? in which the lead character wins a chance to meet the President of India for an interesting question her teenaged daughter posed the minister during a school visit. The interesting question was -- "Who decides the expiry date of a woman's dreams?" While the answer to the question is a quest in self discovery, in a recent report for the Department for Work and Pensions, UK-based pensions' expert and campaigner Dr Ros Altmann said she was told that "for women, talent progression stops around age 45." We spoke to a bunch of professionals -- hiring experts, women leaders and trendsetters back home in India to understand if a woman's career really ends at the age of 40. Men vs women: Is there a bias? In India, human resource professionals often get briefs from their clients … [Read more...] about Does a woman’s career end at 40?
Come December 15 and it will become mandatory for all vehicles to have a FASTag. If your vehicle does not have a FASTag, then you will have to pay twice the normal rate at toll gates across the country. What are FASTags? FASTag is a device that uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for making toll payments directly while the vehicle crosses the toll plaza. FASTag (RFID Tag) is affixed on the windscreen of the vehicle which enables a customer to make the toll payments directly from the account linked to FASTag. According to National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) website, "The FASTag will offer the convenience of cashless payment along with benefits like - savings on fuel and time as the customer does not has to stop at the toll plaza." Click here to know how you can buy, activate a FASTag Banks and mobile wallets like Paytm allow you to buy and recharge FASTag. You can also recharge a FASTag using the BHIM UPI (do keep in that you cannot buy one using the … [Read more...] about How to recharge FASTag using the BHIM UPI app
Apple’s newer iPhones may not be selling as expected, but its older devices are still very popular. Take the iPhone SE for example which started selling again recently in the US and was sold out shortly after. iPhone SE was discontinued four months back. It was sold through the clearance section of Apple’s website in the US.So what makes the three-year old iPhone SE still one of the most popular iPhones? Launched back in 2016, the iPhone SE (Special Edition) packs the costlier iPhone 6s’ hardware wrapped under the compact body of the iPhone 5s. The price of iPhone SE has gone so low that it now hangs in the budget category in India. You can get the iPhone SE (32GB) for as low as Rs 17,000 on Flipkart. The device is also available on other platforms like Snapdeal and Paytm Mall.But does it still make sense to buy the iPhone SE in 2019? Especially a time when phones are launching with full-screen displays, triple cameras, AI-based … [Read more...] about Apple iPhone SE back on sale: Does it make sense to buy one in 2019?
'The central government doesn't seem interested in listening to the genuine concerns of the indigenous people of Assam and is more interested in suppressing the people's voices by using lathis, bullets and paramilitary forces.' IMAGE: A charred bus set on fire by protestors during a strike against the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Guwahati. Photograph: PTI Photo "We want to protect our history, we want to protect our people from getting overwhelmed by the influx from Bangladesh, that is why the people of Assam are out in the streets," former Assam chief minister and Asom Gana Parishad leader Prafulla Kumar Mahanta tells Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore. Now that the Citizenship Amendment Bill has been passed by Parliament and will soon become a law once the President gives his assent, what will be the consequences of this law on Assam? This is a Black Law that has destroyed the spirit of the Assam Accord. India, which till now has been a secular country, will lose its secular character … [Read more...] about ‘Instead of talking to us, they use