Author Archives: Loknath Das

5 tips to get more active – and stick to the habit

According to our Healthier Nation Index – a survey of more than 8,000 Britons about their health since the start of the pandemic – 73% of people aren’t exercising enough. That’s around 48.7 million people in the UK who aren’t getting the NHS-recommended 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity a week (such as brisk walking), or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity ... Read More »

38 Types of Articles for Travel Blogs

Professional travel blogs have become the modern travel guidebook. The types of articles found on travel blogs often have a practical intent: Where to go? What to eat? Where to sleep? What to do? They give travelers the same types of “objective” and practical information as guidebooks, but for free. Most professional travel blogs are commercial, service-oriented content businesses. They exist to ... Read More »

And Just Like That: What I Thought Watching The Reboot Having Never Been A Sex And The City Fan

Sex And The City revival series And Just Like That has officially broken the internet – in ways both good and bad. For every fan positively *thrilled* to have their favourite characters back on screen, there’s an unhappy viewer who feels SATC’s return just didn’t quite do the show justice. But wait! There’s another group, too: those who are not only watching And Just Like ... Read More »

Bradley Cooper and insecurities in Hollywood

Bradley Cooper, star of The Hangover, The Silver Linings Playbook, A Star is Born and more recently admitted that he had some insecure feelings about taking on his role in Nightmare Alley. Now, Nightmare Alley is the Guillermo Del Toro film that was recently released starring Cooper but back when the film was first announced it had a different actor attached. Deadline first reported in 2019 that Leonardo ... Read More »

36 Sports Blogs That Will Inspire and Motivate

Almost every one of us on the planet has a favorite sport that we play or follow. So finding the Best Sports Blogs is no small feat! But I guarantee, you will be stoked with this really cool selection of sporting blogs. Whether you’re into NFL, NFA, MBL, kayaking, cricket, baseball, gymnastics, badminton, rock climbing, or chess, there is going ... Read More »

How To Use A Foam Roller

Foam rollers are great tools for improving range of motion before a workout and easing soreness as part of the cooldown after exercise. Foam rolling is sometimes known for “hurting so good.” What Is A Foam Roller Used For? Using a foam roller before or after exercise can help your body to achieve myofascial release, the process of separating muscular ... Read More »

Apple’s AirDrop Vulnerability Can Leak User Details to Anyone in Proximity: Researchers

Apple’s AirDrop technology could leak users’ phone numbers and email addresses, according to researchers who said that they had first informed Apple of the vulnerability in 2019. AirDrop is Apple’s proprietary wireless technology that is used for sharing files such as photos and videos wireless across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices and was introduced in 2011. It uses both Wi-Fi and ... Read More »

Apple is working on a fix for critical Safari security flaw

Researchers found that a critical flaw on Safari lets websites read your entire browsing data and even your Google ID. The issue affects all major Apple platforms – iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey. The company has acknowledged the issue and is now working on a fix. The problem lies within the IndexedDB API, which is used by pretty ... Read More »

Kothari’s DSP buys out giant Blackrock’s stake

BlackRock of the US, the world’s second largest asset manager with $ 6.32 trillion in assets, is exiting from its joint venture asset management company (AMC) in India. Financial services firm DSP group, controlled by Hemendra Kothari, has proposed to buy out BlackRock’s 40 per cent stake in DSP BlackRock Investment Managers which manages over Rs 1,10,000 crore of investors’ ... Read More »

Kashmir’s bride bazaar

Every year, as winter sets in, hundreds of Kashmiri locals board buses and flights for the plains in India. Some leave for a warmer place to run their businesses, others just to get away from the freezing winters. Fayaz Ahmad’s journey in 2017, though, was a lot more nerve-wracking. It followed weeks of preparations that included new clothes, visits to ... Read More »