If those chairs could talk

When guests arrived at the Hotel d’Orrouer, French couturier Hubert de Givenchy’s stately 18th-century mansion here, they rang a polished brass doorbell on the limestone wall. Once the bell was rung — no sound was made — the guardian would open the right side of the monumental evergreen-lacquered double doors and usher in the guests. … Read more

We’re Sorry, But We Can’t Return Your Money Right Now: Crypto Market Talk

Cryptos excruciating week has traders bracing for the next crisis It was one of the most dramatic weeks in the short history of the cryptocurrency market, bookended by the type of declarations investors fear the most from their counterparts: We’re sorry, but we just can’t return your money right now. In between, a nascent technocratic … Read more

UPSC Essentials- Experts talk with Shabbir Ahmed Bashir: ‘Newspapers are the best source for UPSC essay preparation’

The UPSC-CSE Mains season has begun. The Essay Paper is one of the nine papers in the UPSC civil services mains exam. Shabbir A. Bashir, an expert on UPSC Essays, has been mentoring and guiding UPSC aspirants for more than twenty years. He answers some very relevant questions regarding Essay writing which aspirants will find … Read more

UPSC Essentials: Expert talk- History optional in UPSC-CSE has many advantages

S.Balyan has an experience of almost 20 years of teaching and guiding UPSC Aspirants. As an expert in History Optional for UPSC CSE, he answers some very relevant questions for UPSC Aspirants where he talks about the benefits and strategies to deal with the History optional in UPSC- CSE. What are the pros of taking … Read more

Corporate America doesn’t want to talk abortion, but it may have to

Some political and cultural events set off a cascade of emails from brands — sneaker, makeup and food companies telling their customers that they stand with them in a stressful time or reminding them to vote. But after a draft opinion obtained by Politico revealed the Supreme Court’s intention to overturn Roe v. Wadethe overwhelming … Read more