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Korean lifestyle is spreading among Indian youth after K-dramas popularity escalated

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4 mn read During the pandemic, we all explored everything that we never thought of or did not got time to. People while sitting inside shuffled all kind of content on OTT platforms and discovered their fascination towards different culture, people, language and genres. Korean dramas are among one of those, that not only succeed in rise of viewership in India but also is leaving impact on people’s lifestyle. According to a Netflix report, from 2019 to 2020 the viewership has increased by 370%. Whereas, between 2020 to 2021, six Korean dramas remained on the ‘Top 10 trending ‘list. Crash landing on you, second season of kingdom, it’s okay to not be okay are some of them.

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From Jackfruit to Coconut and Durian, Thailand Fruit Exports Are Riding the Health Trend

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2 mn read From the crunchy yellow flesh of the jackfruit, that weighs as much as 25 kilograms and can be eaten fresh or cooked as a meat substitute, to the natural coconut water enjoying growing popularity due to its health benefits and innovative packaging that preserve freshness while making it easy to drink, Thailand’s diversified exotic fruit exports are gaining ground among health-conscious consumers around the world, data shows.

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Shutterstock Acquires Splash News, One Of The World’s Leading Entertainment News Networks

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2 mn read Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), the leading global creative platform for transformative brands and media companies, today announced the acquisition of Splash News, one of the world’s leading entertainment news networks for newsrooms and media companies. A leading source for image and video content across celebrity, red carpet and live events for over three decades, Splash News is an industry leader with customers including E! News, People, Daily Mail, TMZ, Dow Jones, Reach and News UK. Splash’s comprehensive collection includes an archive of over 27 million images, and a contributor network of more than 4,000 photographers.  

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State Farm Scuttles LGBT Children’s Book Program

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< 1 mn read Leaked internal memos from State Farm revealed the company’s plans to partner with the GenderCool Project to provide books with LGBT themes to teachers and other community institutions with a focus on children starting in Kindergarten. Jose Soto, State Farm’s Corporate Responsibility Analyst, described the goal of the program as “to increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support out communities in having challenging, important and empowering conversations with children Age 5+.” 

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Work from home is a new lifestyle Indians are happy to adapt despite in rise of physical health issues

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3 mn read Work from home is a new way of living people are adapting. Since the pandemic hit, we have replaced the way we use to conduct our lives with alternatives. Be it virtual grocery shopping or attending online school, wearing masks in public area or maintaining social distancing. Work from home is also one of them, that has been imposed by workplaces from last two years. Firms like HP, Apple Inc., Google, Twitter are already following work from culture whereas others are planning to make it permanent. Tata Steel, Facebook/Meta, Quora, Twitter are some of them.

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Belarus opposition leader: Russia wanted to invade Belarus

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8 mn read Since the Russian regime of Vladimir Putin launched its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the international community has been quick to condemn it. However, according to formerly secret Russian military documents recently released by the Ukrainian Intelligence Service, when Belarusian dictator and Putin’s ally Alexander Lukashenko was facing massive protests over the use of “election fraud” to extend his presidency back in 2020, Putin originally planned to invade and occupy Belarus to avoid the overthrow of Lukashenko’s regime. Putin’s regime has been working to support Lukashenko and cool the opposition since then. Opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, a candidate for the 2020 presidential election in Belarus, answered questions about the situation in Belarus during a session with Eat News at an online event.

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Proposed European Union Legislation Would Require the Scanning of Private Messages

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< 1 mn read Privacy advocates expressed concern over the implications of the proposed legislation to combat the dissemination of child sex abuse material and grooming content. Representatives of the European Commission assert that “Detection orders are limited in time, targeting a specific type of content on a specific service.” The law would also direct app stores to prevent children from downloading apps which were at high risk for solicitation.

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