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10 Reasons Why Your Small Business Should Have A Blog

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Compact Homes: India’s New Urban Living Standard

While real estate developers have been attempting to cater to the rising demand for housing, urban land prices have been rising and with them the cost of homes. This has given rise to the trend for compact homes near these cities’ main office locations.
Kishor Pate, CMD – Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd. The parameters that drive urban living in India have been changing constantly. People from other parts of the country have been migrating into thriving cities like Mumbai and Pune to avail of the better job prospects there. While real estate developers have been attempting to cater to … Continue reading "Compact Homes: India’s New Urban Living Standard"
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Startups Driving Real Estate Investments In Pune

Pune's startup culture is evident in the emerging commercial clusters, which still have good availability of cost-effective office properties from which such companies can launch operations.
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Savita Bhatti’s Ulta Pulta: The Great Online Shopping Tamasha

Savita Bhatti’s Ulta Pulta is a new humour column from the executive producer of Jaspal Bhatti productions. Here, she summarizes the great online shopping tamasha.

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Bill Gates went vegan. If we would be vegan, we could have 70 billion inhabitants. Beef uses 150 times the water, 200 times the land, 160 times the emissions of legumes per protein calorie. Reasons why I did not eat meat for 20 years and no dairy for 12 years (12% of millennials have already given up meat in America):

The Survival of Humanity Argument

Veganism reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which is key to preventing ocean acidification. If the ocean is too acidic, plankton dies and with that 50-80% of the oxygen we breathe is gone, making life impossible ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/gwKRRDiX3nc

The Hunger Argument

Number of people worldwide who will die as a result of malnutrition this year: 20 million
Number of people who could be adequately fed using land freed if Americans reduced their intake of meat by 10%: 100 million
Percentage of corn grown in the U.S. eaten by people: 20
Percentage of corn grown in the U.S. eaten by livestock: 80
Percentage of oats grown in the U.S. eaten by livestock: 95
Percentage of protein wasted by cycling grain through livestock: 90
How frequently a child dies as a result of malnutrition: every 2.3 seconds
Pounds of potatoes that can be grown on an acre: 40,000
Pounds of beef produced on an acre: 250
Percentage of U.S. farmland devoted to beef production: 56
Pounds of grain and soybeans needed to produce a pound of edible flesh from feedlot beef: 16

The Heart Disease Argument

Vegans have lowest rate of heart disease and low fat low sugar vegan diets have been used extensively by many doctors to reverse heart disease in patients ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/5VAwFvKttav.

The Diabetes Argument

Vegans have the lowest diabetes rates ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/VLnN7mYbYnM. See in this post how to reverse diabetes with a vegan diet.

The Obesity Argument

Vegans are the only group with a healthy BMI, body-mass index on average, being the thinnest group of all. With 2 billion people overweight, it is essential for people to think about going vegan ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/FKuTRJFy5tD.

The Alzheimer and Dementia Argument

Vegans are 2-3 times less likely to get dementia and Alzheimer compared to meat eaters ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/eD2Sa4Qz57V.

The Osteoporosis Argument

Studies show that countries with highest milk consumption have highest osteoporosis ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/N29AnqZKfex. Kale, greens, oranges, broccoli, spinach, beans, lentils are good sources of calcium.

The Environmental Argument

Cause of global warming: greenhouse effect
Primary cause of greenhouse effect: carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels
Fossil fuels needed to produce meat-centered diet vs. a meat-free diet: 3 times more
Percentage of U.S. topsoil lost to date: 75
Percentage of U.S. topsoil loss directly related to livestock raising: 85
Number of acres of U.S. forest cleared for cropland to produce meat-centered diet: 260 million
Amount of meat imported to U.S. annually from Central and South America: 300,000,000 pounds
Percentage of Central American children under the age of five who are undernourished: 75
Area of tropical rainforest consumed in every quarter-pound of rainforest beef: 55 square feet
Current rate of species extinction due to destruction of tropical rainforests for meat grazing and other uses: 1,000 per year

The Cancer Argument

Latinas eating bacon and Caucasians eating tuna have increased breast cancer risk according to a February 2016 study in Cancer Causes and Control Journalhttps://news.usc.edu/92558/processed-meat-may-increase-the-risk-of-breast-cancer-for-latinas-usc-study-finds/

VEGANS have lower risk of PROSTATE CANCERhttps://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/4Xq2dd7LMs2

The higher the intake of dairy, the higher the prostate cancer ratehttp://www.pcrm.org/health/health-topics/milk-and-prostate-cancer-the-evidence-mounts. See a recent review of studies at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25527754

VEGANS can have 3 times lower rate of OVARIAN CANCERhttps://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/5ozBdZZRrbm

According to Harvard researchers, when dairy intake exceeds the enzymes’ capacity to break down galactose, it can build up in the blood and damage the ovaries. Women with low levels of these enzymes have triple the risk of ovarian cancer when they consume dairy.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2567871

The World Health Organization has ruled that bacon, sausages, hot dogs cause cancer, while beef, pork, veal and lamb are "probably carcinogenic"http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/10/26/451211964/bad-day-for-bacon-processed-red-meats-cause-cancer-says-who

Increased risk of breast cancer for women who eat meat daily compared to less than once a week: 3.8 times
For women who eat eggs daily compared to once a week: 2.8 times
For women who eat butter and cheese 2-4 times a week: 3.25 times
Increased risk of fatal ovarian cancer for women who eat eggs 3 or more times a week vs. less than once a week: 3 times
Increased risk of fatal prostate cancer for men who consume meat, cheese, eggs and milk daily vs. sparingly or not at all: 3.6 times.

The Waste Argument

Animal agriculture produces millions of pounds of waste daily in America alone. A 2500 dairy cow farm produces more poop than the city of Minneapolis (almost half a million people). This has to be gotten rid of. It can be infested with mad cow disease at times, swine flu, bird flu perhaps if not beef. Fecal matter from dairy farms is starting to destroy our drinking water supplies and it has already been causing huge dead zones from the Chesapeake Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. 11 HEALTH Reasons to avoid milk are explained herehttps://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/dAtsd3jLETh

The Cholesterol Argument

Number of U.S. medical schools: 125
Number requiring a course in nutrition: 30
Nutrition training received by average U.S. physician during four years in medical school: 2.5 hours
Most common cause of death in the U.S.: heart attack
How frequently a heart attack kills in the U.S.: every 45 seconds
Average U.S. man's risk of death from heart attack: 50 percent
Risk of average U.S. man who eats no meat: 15 percent
Risk of average U.S. man who eats no meat, dairy or eggs: 4 percent
Amount you reduce risk of heart attack if you reduce consumption of meat, dairy and eggs by 10 percent: 9 percent
Amount you reduce risk of heart attack if you reduce consumption by 50 percent: 45 percent
Amount you reduce risk if you eliminate meat, dairy and eggs from your diet: 90 percent
Average cholesterol level of people eating meat-centered-diet: 210 mg/dl
Chance of dying from heart disease if you are male and your blood cholesterol level is 210 mg/dl: greater than 50 percent

The Natural Resources Argument

User of more than half of all water used for all purposes in the U.S.: livestock production
Amount of water used in production of the average cow: sufficient to float a destroyer
Gallons of water needed to produce a pound of wheat: 25
Gallons of water needed to produce a pound of California beef: 5,000
Years the world's known oil reserves would last if every human ate a meat-centered diet: 13
Years they would last if human beings no longer ate meat: 260
Calories of fossil fuel expended to get 1 calorie of protein from beef: 78
To get 1 calorie of protein from soybeans: 2
Percentage of all raw materials (base products of farming, forestry and mining, including fossil fuels) consumed by U.S. that is devoted to the production of livestock: 33
Percentage of all raw materials consumed by the U.S. needed to produce a complete vegetarian diet: 2

The Antibiotic Argument

Percentage of U.S. antibiotics fed to livestock: 55
Percentage of staphylococci infections resistant to penicillin in 1960: 13
Percentage resistant in 1988: 91
Response of European Economic Community to routine feeding of antibiotics to livestock: ban
Response of U.S. meat and pharmaceutical industries to routine feeding of antibiotics to livestock: full and complete support

The Pesticide Argument

Common belief: U.S. Department of Agriculture protects our health through meat inspection
Reality: fewer than 1 out of every 250,000 slaughtered animals is tested for toxic chemical residues
Percentage of U.S. mother's milk containing significant levels of DDT: 99
Percentage of U.S. vegetarian mother's milk containing significant levels of DDT: 8
Contamination of breast milk, due to chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides in animal products, found in meat-eating mothers vs. non-meat eating mothers: 35 times higher
Amount of Dieldrin ingested by the average breast-fed American infant: 9 times the permissible level

The Ethical Argument

Number of animals killed for meat per hour in the U.S.: 660,000
Occupation with highest turnover rate in U.S.: slaughterhouse worker
Occupation with highest rate of on-the-job-injury in U.S.: slaughterhouse worker

The Survival Argument

Athlete to win Ironman Triathlon more than twice: Dave Scott (6 time winner)
Food choice of Dave Scott: Vegetarian

The Fear-Stress Hormones Argument

When animals suffer for seconds/minutes during the sudden slaughter death, they release stress-fear hormones that age and sicken usgoo.gl/yxY4h. Fear hormones as well as astral vibrations that contaminate their flesh also prompt us into human-human conflict more often; we and animals share a lot of hormonal pathways, as neuroscience shows. Bill Gates is vegan and so are some CEOs (http://goo.gl/7laCI). Gandhi, Tesla, Edison, Einstein, Newton, DaVinci were vegetarian: goo.gl/IMJQJ.

The Amazon and other Key Forests Argument

Rainfall and preventing desertification is achieved thru a complex hydrologic cycle that involves forests. If we wipe out all forests, we are in big trouble, since forests generate 20-50% of the oxygen we breathe and ensure we get rain. Beef uses 160 times more land and 200 times more water per calorie than wheat, lentils, beans, potatoes do. Beef requires 28 times more land and 11 times more water than chicken and pork ► http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jul/21/giving-up-beef-reduce-carbon-footprint-more-than-cars. If people go vegan or just without beef, you help save lots of water and forests.

ESP-Telepathy Argument

It has been noticed that telepathy and other ESP functions become enhanced when meat is given up ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/UuoSukYzycu. See also the telepathy and biophotons connection ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/1e7bYQEWmsa. The MIT paper on biophotons in fresh fruits and veggies ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/ef6UA8yGtLk

Space Exploration Argument

How can astronauts go in space and raise cattle on their spaceship to get to Alpha Centauri? lol. You got to be kidding me. The nice thing about veganism is that with vertical urban farms, people can get local food (fresh - picked up 2 hours before, thus very rich in biophotons) easily in any area and Earth can thus feed 50 billion vegans easily. Going off-planet is a lot easier too when there are more scientists/engineers working on space travel, terra forming planets, etc. Creating perfect weather, eliminating deaths from natural disasters, etc all these things require a lot of science.

The Longevity Argument

Vegetarians and vegans were shown to live 7-12 years longer than non-vegetarians (take your B12 or a normal vitamin pill with B12 in it, as it's scarce in vegan foods and get B12 even if you eat meat and are over 50, because animal foods B12 is harder to assimilate as people age). The Longest living people in North America are the vegetarian Adventists in Loma Linda, who reach 105 often. Here is a Loma Linda doctor (I talked to him) who did surgeries at 95: http://goo.gl/MQqn3, after decades of being vegan. This shows meat is not needed for longevity. Mahatma Gandhi was vegetarian, just like 500 million people in India today and Albert Einstein, Leonardo DaVinci, Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton, Pythagoras. Did you know India is the most vegetarian country in the world? :) RED MEAT CAUSES CANCERhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/11316316/Red-meat-triggers-toxic-immune-reaction-which-causes-cancer-scientists-find.html.

The Flu and other Diseases Argument

Without incredibly toxic and filthy factory farms, there will be no frequent epidemics of swine flu, bird flu, mad cow disease, etc.

The Poop Argument

There is fecal matter in virtually all American beef according to Consumer Reports ► http://www.inquisitr.com/2368247/all-ground-beef-in-the-us-is-contaminated-with-fecal-matter-according-to-consumer-reports/. Also much of chicken meat has poop in it ► http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-freston/chicken-contamination_b_1655170.html

The IQ Argument

It's been noted that people with higher IQ are far more likely to give up meat. "Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” Einstein. On a similar note he stated, “Our task must be to [widen] our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” And on the day he became a vegetarian, Einstein wrote in his diary, “So I am living without fats, without meat, without fish, but am feeling quite well this way. It always seems to me that man was not born to be a carnivore.” For more quotes on giving up meat from world's most amazing people, see this post ► https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/CapnTqw8Xix

The Renal Acid Load Score Argument

Vegans have a much lower renal acid load score, which prevents a series of health issues. The United States Department of Agriculture has come up with the PRAL (Potential Renal Acid Load) Chart to help people prevent ingestion of acid forming foods, which then lead to chronic secretion of ammonia in the kidneys, and damage to kidneys and other organs. Most raw fruits and raw veggies are alkaline forming. All meats and grains are acid forming. Most legumes are alkaline forming. Foods can be categorized by the potential renal acid loads (PRALs). The best foods are those with negative PRALs, see the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) table here for each food (per 100 grams)http://www.alkalisinggreens.com/files/pdf/PRAL-List.pdf or you can search 8000 foods for the PRAL score at http://health-diet.us/alkaline-diet/ (human milk has negative PRAL, like alkaline forming foods do). Our renal acid load for overall diet should be negative according to many doctors and nutrition experts. :) Chronic acidosis can lead to lots of diseases, even more acne breakouts which are far more common in people ingesting foods with high PRAL. There are lots of papers published about PRAL, for example ► http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7797810. Alkaline diet benefits study ► http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3195546/. High acid forming or positive PRAL diets lead to calcium stones too ► http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11223695 and http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24002043. For more databases of foods and their content see http://foodhealth.info/. Vegans need B12 vitamin from a multivitamin or B12 fortified foods, even vegetarians need it and meat eaters after the age of 50, as the body cannot produce it well anymore. :) Costs 2$ a year to get B12 vitamin.

The Telomere Length Argument

After a low fat whole plant foods vegan diet (the Ornish diet), Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn found that telomerase activity increased by 30% in 3 months (telomerase reportedly helps us live longer by repairing the end of our chromosomes) ► http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/06/ornish-diet-heart-health-us-news_n_1188205.html.

Eye health (more carotenoids), bone health, Heart health (higher magnesium intake) and other reasons (57 reasons)http://www.nursingdegree.net/blog/19/57-health-benefits-of-going-vegan/

Heart Rate Argument

Vegetarians heart rate is 20 beats lower, leading to less heart wear and longer life.

Toxic Chemicals Argument

Animals are fed 80% of antibiotics in America, and all kinds of hormones banned in the EU. These things don't go into lentils, grains, beans at all. Also, a cow eats 21 times its weight of vegetables before slaughter, meaning it ingests huge amounts of insecticides, pesticides, etc that are found in the cow feed (mostly GMO corn and soy). So, the meat accumulates all these toxins absent in non-GMO lentils, beans, etc.

Water Argument

Vegans use 4 times less water than vegetarians and 13 times less than meat eatershttps://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/EFUbV8uNd8g. It's clear that veganism is the most compassionate choice. :)
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Numerous scientific studies have shown that having women play various leadership roles is good for organisations. Women bring to the table, a set of abilities that are beneficial in leadership roles, which makes them so effective at this task.

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30 Women in Power attempts to highlight the success stories in the business economy of India, picking from a mix of industries, presenting a range of professional CEOs, entrepreneurs and heads of family businesses.
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I’m a self-published author and an online publisher, with a passion for reading, blogging, optimizing and sharing content. Since 2001, I have created award-winning websites, newsletters, blogs, email courses and ebooks, and been interviewed for my expertise in writing and blogging, as well as on women’s leadership.

I graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from Bombay University and completed my Post-Graduation in Biotechnology from Goa University. I also have Post-Graduate Diplomas in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, and am a Certified Social Media Marketing Professional (CSMMP™) from Digital Vidya. I love learning and consider myself a perpetual student. 

I use the power of blogs and social media to help my clients become more visible and useful to their customers online. I provide social media marketing services to individuals and corporate organisations that need to build communities and nurture loyal customers online. I am also available as a speaker or trainer on digital marketing where I cover the basics of blogging, social media, email marketing and lead generation.

I am passionate about inspiring and empowering Indian women to look beyond their limitations and live their best lives. I am also an ardent Game of Thrones and LOTR fangirl.

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At the age of 35, I was widowed, and rudderless. I lost my focus, my business was suffering, and I found myself unable to open up or trust myself enough to get into a healthy relationship. Then I was introduced to meditation and spirituality by my friend and healer, Leo Velloz of Holistic Studio, and have been practicing regular meditations to calm my mind and get in touch with my inner feelings. I decided to take Leo's 10-day meditation course, which included two aura scans, to assess my progress before and after the course. Leo was very clear that unless I was totally committed to making the effort I needed to change my patterns, he would not even consider working with me. No person can force another to change, and all therapists and healers only aid and facilitate change in oneself. That is why commitment is crucial for any inner work to be effective. Before beginning the work, the image of the aura scan showed that my lower chakras we very imbalanced. The “before” image of my aura scan clearly shows a band of red encircling the heart chakra, signifying anger, rejection and lack of self-forgiveness and self-love, that had manifested in health issues. The lower chakras were also imbalanced, resulting in self-esteem and security issues. Leo took me through a series of meditations that involved grounding, and clearing the blocks in my chakras. He helped me identify childhood issues that I had not dealt with, and guided me through the psychological and spiritual work required to clear them from my emotional body. It took a great deal of commitment on my part, especially when dealing with painful issues concerning my family and loved ones, but I give myself credit for putting in the hard work and clearing most of my emotional baggage. As the “after” aura scan shows, my lower chakras are much more balanced, with more grounding, and opening up of the heart chakra. I know that healing some issues of the heart will take more time, but after the course, I've become very calm, peaceful and contented. What really amazed me about Leo's meditation course was that it didn't require years of painful, long drawn-out therapy for me to clear issues that existed even from my childhood. Just ten days of powerful, guided meditations put me firmly on the track to recovery. I continue to meditate regularly and grow emotionally and spiritually. Although I do experience moments of stress, I am much more self-aware and mindful of my reactions, and deal with stress in a much healthier way than I used to. I feel more balanced and centred, and am no longer as reactive or emotionally volatile as I used to be. I know I have healthier self-esteem, and a great deal of self-love. I've always been an introvert, but today, thanks to Leo's help, I am more appreciative of my strengths, and am learning to trust my intuition to help me make better choices. I practice affirmations and positive self-talk, and no longer criticise myself the way I used to. I've also learned to respect and value myself, honour my feelings, assert myself more, and refuse to settle for less than I deserve, whether in my relationships, or in my business. I am no longer in a great rush to achieve, but am learning to open up and surrender to Divine Will and a higher guidance. I've finally found my life purpose in empowering other women like me, with the skills to overcome life's obstacles. With Leo's continuing help, I can now set stronger boundaries, and make better choices in relationships and in life.
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Love the ambiance and the food here. Usually go with my family on special occasions.
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