Joint Family-Is this an Outdated Tradition?
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Cloud kitchens the new normal in dining
The coronavirus pandemic has transformed consumer behaviour in the F&B sector.
It's no news that India's restaurant industry is facing the hardest hit in the crisis and even though the lockdown helped reduce the spread of the virus, it has also resulted in the revenues of the sector dropping to zero. Keeping the sensitive situation in mind, one can see how the only revenue-source on which the restaurateurs are depending on, is this home-delivery model.
Early face mask adoption helped 42 nations avoid Covid mayhem
You see billions of people around the world wearing face masks to avoid Covid-19, but did you realise that countries like Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and China and some other South-East Asian countries controlled the coronavirus from creating a mayhem the way it has done in the US, Brazil and now in India?
Indian girl creates iOS app to help people shun suffering in silence
Kanishka Chaudhry, a high-school student from Gujarat, never had an inkling like all of us that mental health would become such a raging debate after the suicide of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The girl, however, is ready with an iOS app to help teenagers and adults overcome mental health issues.
The impact of COVID-19 on Indian Wedding Industry
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on almost every industry in the world and the Indian Wedding Industry, estimated around $50 billion, has now come to a halt. However, industry experts believe that Indian weddings will return with spike in growth in the coming years and it will continue to be bigger once the virus threat is down to be negligible.
Miles to go for effective suicide-prevention protocols in India'
The apparent suicide of rising Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput has once again focused on two glaring lacunae: that while mental health issues are estimated to affect 150 million Indians, less than a fifth - 30 million - are seeking care of one form or another and that suicide is the leading cause of death for Indians in the 15 to 39 age group.
Online romance scams on the rise as dating apps proliferate
As millions of people get hooked to online dating platforms, their proliferation has led to online romance scams becoming a modern form of fraud that have spread in several societies along with the development of social media like Facebook Dating, warn researchers.