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Keralites, time to say NO! to junk food or pay 14.5% ‘Fat Tax’

Bad news for the frequent visitors to junk food joints. Kerala has always been health conscious about its citizens, no wonder that, first came the ban for alcohol and now its junk food. It’s not a complete ban but a high taxation on junk food to make the users avoid it. Kerala government has suggested 14.5% ‘Fat Tax’ on all junk foods, abstaining the end-users from consuming mouth-watering pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and any other favourite sizzling hot delicacies that always stand a chance to worst health problems and unwanted obesity. Sacrificing junk food for a good cause will always be supported, specially when its backed with the cause to invest these funds from 14.5% ‘Fat Tax’ for various social causes.

Hello experience at WhatsApp messenger goes viral

WhatsApp messenger has become the most popular messaging app, enabling the user to chat, call, send photos and video without any charges, except for the internet data charges. It has enabled voice calls, making ‘hello experience!’ all the more easy and cost effective. Now just pay for the usual data recharge and make calls through WhatsApp messenger. Viber, MessageMe, Voxer, Snapchat are some of the apps that are on the row bringing further advancement in the talking spree. 

Who will be the next?

‘Who will be the next’, Indian economist and financial industry are keenly observing for the successor of Raghuram Rajan. The names of SBI Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya, RBI Deputy Governor Urijit Patel, and Economist at International Monetary Fund Subir Gokarn, Kaushik Basu Chief Economics World Bank and even the Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das are on the list of prospective candidates.

Brexit impact

Brexit can be explained well with a good example, of a State in a country moving out and being a separate entity for their own personal, cultural and commercial reasons.

National Technology Day

Today we are celebrating National Technology Day. 

The world is moving so fast with technology that we have started carrying technology in our hands.