Author Archives: Loknath Das

Article on Life Without Modern Gadgets

Life Without Modern Gadgets Technology has become a very important part of our lives nowadays. In the past few years, technology has evolved in many ways and without a doubt is even better than before. People are always developing something new that will improve human lives dramatically. Some of the creations that have changed our lives for good are the ... Read More »

Ex-ante Climate Finance information post-2020 (Article 9.5 of the Paris Agreement)

 1st High-level Ministerial Dialogue on Climate Finance under the CMA Date: 8 November 2021 Time: 15:00 – 18:00 (UTC+1) Venue: Cairn Gorm, Glasgow, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland More information on the HLMD Biennial In-session Workshop on Information to be provided by Parties in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 5, of the Paris Agreement. Summary report by the secretariat The secretariat ... Read More »

4.6 Online Journalism Redefines News

The proliferation of online communication has had a profound effect on the newspaper industry. As individuals turn to the Internet to receive news for free, traditional newspapers struggle to remain competitive and hold onto their traditional readers. However, the Internet’s appeal goes beyond free content. This section delves further into the Internet and its influence on the print industry. The ... Read More »

Loneliness associated with increased risk of internet addiction among adolescents

Loneliness is a risk factor associated with adolescents being drawn into compulsive internet use. The risk of compulsive use has grown in the coronavirus pandemic: loneliness has become increasingly prevalent among adolescents, who spend longer and longer periods of time online. A study investigating detrimental internet use by adolescents involved a total of 1,750 Finnish study subjects, who were studied ... Read More »

These Nursing Shoes Are Comfortable Enough to Stand in All Day—and They’re on Sale

One way to make walking and standing for long periods of time more enjoyable and less painful? Make sure your footwear has a seal of approval from the pros. In addition to selling 1,000 pairs on their launch day, Bala’s ultra-comfortable shoes have gained an impressive fan base of nurses and medical professionals, who spend up to 12 hours on their feet ... Read More »

8 Effective Blog Writing Tips

Content is a crucial part of building a strong online presence. One of the best tactics for building out your small business content is by writing blog articles. By publishing new blog posts regularly, you’ll get a fresh source of content for your email newsletters and create a lot more opportunities for your website to rank in relevant search results. ... Read More »

CLEAR YOUR BOOKKEEPING BACKLOG THIS TAX SEASON WITH OUTSOURCED BOOKKEEPING SERVICES

Have you ever wondered how to tackle the mess of bookkeeping backlog with Outsourced Bookkeeping services? Keeping accounts all by yourself can be a hectic task, and many business ventures, especially new startups, make the mistake of not organizing their accounts from day one. It happens with almost every new entrepreneurial entity because they usually maintain all their focus on ... Read More »

Social Media Content

Social Media Content: Short Summary Social media content is content which is created by individuals or companies for social networks such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. These platforms are of particular interest to companies because they allow a much more direct interaction with users than classic marketing measures. However, in order to realize their full effect, any content initiatives employed ... Read More »

Black Friday PC gaming deals UK: the best deals on PC parts and peripherals

Black Friday is officially on November 26, but the Black Friday sales season is absolutely already well underway. Everyone from Amazon to Ebuyer has their virtual shelves bursting with bargains, and that means there are seriously great deals out there. From SSDs to full gaming PCs, TVs to laptops, there’s something for everyone and every budget, as long as you know where ... Read More »

Universal health coverage: Manifest destiny or Sisyphean pursuit?

This project began with a debate and discussion between me and Professor Allyala Nandakumar (Nanda) in the Fall of 2018. Both of us were deeply involved in responding to United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donor programs in global health, public financial management (PFM), domestic resource mobilization (DRM), and private sector finance. My perspective was that of ... Read More »