#Indian IT Workers In Trouble As Australia Abolishes 457 Work Visa; Australian Startups Worry About Skill-Shortage

After the US, it is the turn of Australia to adopt protectionism for their citizens. In a move to encourage local hiring, and to stop foreign workers from coming into their country, Australia has abolished 457 work visa. This is a significant development, as 457 work visa was one of the most popular visas used by Australian companies to bring foreign workers, from all fields. But, IT sector was the biggest beneficiary of this visa, and out of 95,757 temporary workers right now in Australia, the majority of them are Indians,…

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#Dieting Hard? 5 Negative Aspects You Must Consider!

Eating right and exercising are key to healthy weight loss. In no case should you ever consider crash dieting or any form of extreme diets. There are many different types of diets popular today. The most common side effect of dieting is that in most cases weight loss stops the moment a diet is stopped and the individual begins to put on weight instead. Here are a few other after effects of dieting. Tiredness: Most diets are centred around limiting your food intake. As a result of this, the body has…

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#Running Vs Walking – Which Is Better?

Walking is a low intense cardio exercise that is suitable for all age groups. For people with bone problems and back pain, walking is the perfect exercise. It is less stressful on the body and has similar benefits to running or jogging. So if you are looking for reasons to jump on the bandwagon of walking as an exercise, here are a few: Good for the Heart: Running puts some amount ofstress on your heart muscles, but does not seem to reduce the chances of premature death; whereas walking at a brisk pace puts…

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#Vitamin D Deficiency – 6 Signs That You are Suffering from it

Vitamin D is a crucial vitamin that is soluble in fat. Vitamin D is essential for the growth of your bone and it ensures increased flow of calcium into your bloodstream by promoting the process of its absorption from the consumed food. Poor concentration of vitamin D may result in the development of rickets in children and osteoporosis in adults. Vitamin D is important in maintaining the immunity of your system; deficiency of vitamin D gives rise to a number of health problems including cardiac disorders, arthritis, hypertension, diabetes and even cancer. Daily…

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#Milk Coffee Vs Black Coffee – Which is Good For You?

Coffee is loaded with beneficial nutrients and anti-oxidants that can improve your health. Despite the myriad varieties coffee is usually consumed in, black coffee and milk coffee seem to interest the largest audience. The comparison between the two can come to an end, if you know what exactly you are looking for: For weight loss: If you want to shed a few kilos, you can add black coffee to your diet plan due to its low calorie content than the milk alternative. A cup of black coffee contains 20 kilo calories…

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#Flipkart Raises Whopping $1.4 Billion Funding With $11.6B Valuation; Acquires Ebay!

The new fiscal year starting from April is proving to be a crucial year for Indian e-commerce industry. The first shot of fireworks has just been ignited, as Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce portal, has announced a major news. The biggest news is that Flipkart has raised $1.4 billion from three major investors: Tencent, Microsoft and Ebay; and this is Flipkart’s largest ever fundraising in their last 10 years of existence. And the most significant news is that Flipkart has acquired Ebay India, thereby cementing their position strongly, and directly challenging…

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#BSNL to Declare 4 Mbps As Minimum Download Speed For All Broadband Plans; Can It Set A New Precedent?

State-run BSNL is all set to again re-define Internet broadband speed in India. As per reports emerging from Kerala, BSNL may soon declare 4 Mbps as the minimum download speed for every broadband plan. Last time BSNL redefined Internet speed was in 2015 when it made 2 Mbps as the minimum broadband download speed for all of their broadband plans. The news becomes viral, and BSNL is rumoured to have attracted a new generation of Internet users due to this standardisation of Internet speed. Now, armed with minimum 4 Mbps speed, BSNL…

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#Cotton Buds – Why You Must Not Use Them?

Cotton swabs or cotton buds, are commonly used in our daily lifestyle. Many people use it for various purposes, such as make-up, bacterial culture, and most commonly for extracting wax and debris from the ear. Even though they are sometimes handy in our busy schedule, they usually cause much more harm than benefits. How are they misused? Cotton buds are toothpick like pieces made of wood, plastic, or rolled paper, which have cotton stuck at both ends with a roundish edge. It came into existence during the 1920s for a safe purpose…

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#Tea Bags Are Not Just For Tea – 5 Interesting Benefits You Never Thought of!

Tea is known for many beneficial properties that it contains. Whether it is black tea, green tea, white tea or any other kind of tea, there are numerous health, home and cosmetic benefits attached to tea. Tea bags once used do not necessarily need be thrown in the trash once they have been dunked and seeped into the boiling water and milk, if you are using any. There are a number of uses which one can derive easily from these tea bags so that one can get glowing skin and varied…

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#India 9th Most Corrupt Nation in The World: 25% Of Indian Youths Ok With Corruption In Business!

Everyone knows that corruption in India is spreading like a cancer disease, destroying the very fundamental of a nation. But exactly how deep is corruption present? Has it seeped into the world of business as well? A recent survey by EY, for understanding the penetration of corruption and fraud across the world has revealed some interesting numbers. Termed as Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey, the results throw back at us deeply disturbing trend, when it comes to the very psychology of corruption in India. And the…

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