The Milky Shahi Shikanji in Indore is Nothing Like You’ve Ever Had Before!

The tangy and lemony shikanji that we’ve grown up loving has another cousin that you probably haven’t heard of (unless you’ve traveled to Indore) and surprisingly, they have nothing in common! Planned and built by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar, the city of Indore lies at the heart of the Malwa plateau. Today, Indore is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and we’re going to talk about the business of food which is a distinctive part of the city – you’ll soon know why. A regular day in Indore starts with a…

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5 questions to ask before choosing a health plan

It’s open enrollment season, the time of year when we need to sort through confusing options and try to predict how often we’ll get sick next year. Some people, especially those shopping for plans on the Obamacare insurance exchanges are facing bigger price tags. Rolling over into the same plan may not be an option for people who learned that their plans are being eliminated or that their premiums are doubling. Workers who get insurance through their jobs may also find new options for next year, such as telemedicine services,…

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DHL Was Fashion Way Before Vetements

DHL fully infected the last season of fashion weeks. Thanks to Vetements, either one or one-A on the list of the world’s hottest labels, and its uber-popular DHL T-shirt breaking out in street style galleries across the globe, the logo was everywhere. The Gvasalia version of the corporate shirt eventually even appeared on the CEO of DHL himself. Thinkpieces were followed up by savvy people who instructed us to gather a group of friends and head to the DHL website where you can place mass orders of the style. Then,…

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It May Be 2084 Before the World Reaches Universal K-12 Education, UNESCO Says

If the latest U.N. projections are right, there is a lot of catching up to do to meet the commitment of providing education for everyone by 2030, first adopted by world leaders last year. At the current pace, universal completion of primary education isn’t expected to be reached until 2042, and it will take even longer — until 2084 — for every child in the world to have access to complete K-12 education, warns the latest Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report from UNESCO, published on Monday. It states clearly that…

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