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“Let’s go for shopping”, I think this one sentence can drive some people crazy. You can make your wife or girlfriend, children even your friends ecstatic just by offering them this idea. Everyone loves to shop, their choice of the shopping stuff can be different but the excitement can be common just with a difference in levels of excitement. But we sometimes resist ourselves from shopping just after realizing the prodigious amount of bills. So in this blog, you are going to find how you can save money while shopping for your favorite clothes and utensils.

So here are some super tips which can actually help you in saving money

Tips to save while shopping for clothes.

If you are brand obsessed but it costs you so much that you can’t buy many things at the same time then the best time to shop is to wait for the end of the season sales. You can buy those things really at a cheaper cost because the discount offers are really good at these times.

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You can also try local markets, it’s a myth that the material and quality of clothes in local markets are cheap but that’s not true at all. You can also find clothes for your desire there.

Also read, Fashion 2020 – Comfort is the new Fashion and 5 effective Hacks

You can save money on clothes also by getting your clothes stitched by local tailors. These will cost you really nothing as compared to simple tops, shirts, and kurtas at outlets. You just have to select the fabric of your choice and design for your attire.

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Also read, 4 Comfy Fashion industry trends you should try

Tips to save money on Accessories.

The best way to save money on accessories is to avoid buying them in pieces, try to buy utensils in bulk or sets. You can also try buying them from a person who makes utensils himself. You can get an extra benefit here like you can customize them accordingly and it is usually cheaper than that we buy from retailers.

Talking about the best time to buy accessories in India is to buy them at Diwali time. The shops’ offers are really good at that time. They launch different kinds of schemes and discounts.

In order to save money, you can directly buy accessories online from the manufacturers. Here, in this case, you don’t need to pay extra money that you pay to the retailers, and also the traveling and handling cost can be saved.

Also read, Slim women look stunning with these 6 tips


With the sudden ban on Chinese apps, Indian users are now looking for alternatives to replace these Chinese apps. However, if you feel like it’s almost impossible to get the best alternatives to these Chinese apps, here is a list of some of the mobile apps that may change your mind.

TikTok, Helo, Bigo Live, Vigo Video, VMate and Kwai

Alternative:

There are several alternatives to popular video sharing apps like TikTok, VMate, and Like. You may also consider trying out some Indian apps like Mitron and Chingari, though they are not as established as their Chinese counterparts. Instead, you can switch to Instagram for now, where you can also follow most of your favorite TikTok stars.

UCBrowser, DU Browser, CM Browser and APUS Browser

Alternative:

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are two of the best alternatives to all previous Chinese app browsers. Both apps constantly add new features and are very safe options. Alternatively, you can also try JioBrowser. It is one of the most popular Indian mobile browsers offering users a fast and safe internet browsing experience. It also offers a UC browser-like experience when it comes to its engaging news and entertainment content.

YouCam Makeup, BeautyPlus and Photo Wonder Alternative

Alternative:

B612 – Beauty & Filter Camera is a very good alternative to consider to replace any popular photo editing tool on your phone. The app also comes with over 1,500 different stickers and a range of real-time beauty effects.

SHARE and Xender

Alternative:

SuperBeam is an excellent alternative to SHAREit, Xender in File Sharing. Users can use Wifi Direct, NFC, or QR codes to share large files and can also be used to transmit files to and from their computers.

360 security

Alternative:

Bitdefender Mobile Security & Antivirus is one of the best alternatives to consider if you are looking to replace 360 ​​Security on your phone and protect yourself from viruses and malware.

Application lock

Alternative:

Norton App Lock is the perfect alternative to the popular Chinese AppLock app. It allows users to set a strong password or pattern lock screen to keep their Android smartphone safe and private.

CamScanner

Alternative:

Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner with OCR is one of the most reliable applications that you can use as an alternative to CamScanner. The best thing is, it is free for use. The app also offers integrated OCR technology, allowing you to instantly detect printed text and handwriting.

ES File Explorer

Alternative:

There are a number of decent options to consider when looking for an app to replace ES File Explorer.Google Files: Clean the space on your phone and File Commander – File Manager & Free Cloud are two of the best apps that have the same functionality and features as ES File Explorer.

Shein

Alternative:

Shein is a popular app for women’s fashion that features a wide collection of fashion clothing. One of the perfect alternatives is Myntra, which is also the largest fashion retailer in India.

My video call

Alternative:

Mi Video Call is Xiaomi’s video calling and chat service and is among the 59 banned Chinese apps. Luckily, there are numerous apps such as Whatsapp, Snapchat, Skype, etc.., that facilitate Video Calling with various amazing facilities.

The world is facing the terror of coronavirus which has dismantled several domains. The stock market all across the Globe is going down. The COVID-19 has impacted 210 countries, infecting 7,598,803 people worldwide with death rate mounting up to 423,868. With the emergence in Wuhan, Hubei province, China COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to be the greatest challenge that human civilization has ever faced since the 2nd world war. Proliferating in a rampant way to every corner of the globe, with no approved treatment or vaccine, it poses a big threat to the entire human population.

COVID-19 and economy

Apart from the massive loss of life due to this pandemic, COVID-19 has severely dismantled the global economy with developed and developing countries facing the threat of increasing unemployment. With the implementation of lockdown, several companies fell into the state of crisis and lack of productivity. Lockdown will directly impact the GDP of countries with an estimated reduction of 2% from annual GDP.

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Acc. to the World Trade Organization(WTO), coronavirus will reduce world trade by a third. If compared, the repercussions of COVID-19 are daunting and more intimidating than the Great Depression of 1930. It’s only when countries act together that, we can expect a faster recovery than if each country acted alone.

Black swan event for stock market

The environment in the stock market across the globe is low-spirited. Black swan event is an uncertain event with unprecedented consequences and is characterized by extreme rarity and the impact of COVID-19 on the stock market is one such example.

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There are instances where stock market crashes have been accompanied by a sudden surge in recovery. 

  • During 1992 Indian Stock Market Scam, Sensex dipped by 53% and recovered by an unprecedented 127% within 1.5 years.
  • The 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis, which emerged in Thailand had severely impacted neighboring economies, facing a setback of 40% in four years. Strangely enough, it leaped with a recovery rate of 115% in one year.
  • It was during the “Tech Bubble” crash of 2000 that the Sensex dipped by 56% in 1.5 years. But, it emerged with a recovery rate of 138% in 2.4 years.

Regardless of the examples, it’s quite reasonable that the economic setback due to COVID-19 is unfathomable and will take a long time before it’s restored to its normal state.

The scuffle between Russia and Saudi Arabia over oil supply and prices is one example of international factors impacting the stock market. With a sudden surge in the price of oil by Russia, Saudi Arabia triggered a response in order to keep the oil price under moderation. 

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In this period of turmoil ,what can we learn from the stock market ?

During this period, we can learn about investor psychology and behavior. Such time provokes investors to speculate the upheavals of financial markets, estimate what’s going to happen with the market on that day.

IPL (The Indian premier league) is the game of millennials and popularly winning the hearts as twenty 20 cricket league in India. It is termed to be the fifth season in India after Summer, Spring, monsoon, and autumn and it is being contested during march or April and May every year. It is the short- version of entertainment for the busy people to overcome monotonous in their life So we are here to review and explore the futuristic journey of IPL in the coming decade.

Women empowerment

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In today’s era women is showing keen interest in sports and moreover gaining popularity among masses due to their excellent performance, So in the coming years they could become the faces of IPL and make this a reality and it would help in tapping the national team to do wonders at a global level. It will also give growth in chances for females umpires, Referees, and commentators to grace the ground.

Franchise generator

The IPL is termed to be a cash cow for the economy and will always remain in boom state so, in this case, companies would be competing for their franchise hard as no player can ignore the direction for their ad and promotion with this the new companies will tap the market in this digitized world.

Night matches

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The way the global warming is making its way in the coming years it won’t be possible to conduct day match and due to lack of audience on the ground, more preference would be given tonight matches and with that, there would be significant changes in the techniques and equipment that focus on the precision or another option is air-conditioned spaced with a top covered could be a possibility for the same.

International influence

After a decade IPL will no longer be an affair of the home country, it may travel to countries overseas and a lot more increase in the number of teams could be witnessed, and there are chances that it is being conducted into two-part like winter and summer Olympics.

Technology

The technology is gaining popularity these days, so there could be more advancement in the field like -health monitoring devices will be there for the protection of the players, AI devices will be used intensively for the smart and better training purposes. The advance judging system in terms of making a decision would be given more importance.

Share market is a mysterious island, where only a few people survive who are pro in taking risks. Short-sighted and low confident people get lost on this island easily. The only way to conquer such an island requires techniques and a pro-active approach. This is the very long journey which is full of adventure and thrill, so pack your bags and To guide you with the directions we are here with seven facts that would help you to move easily that nobody would ever tell you about

Invest only your surplus money

Share market is highly prone to risk factors, So always invest the surplus money that you won’t be requiring to fulfill the future need, and the value of money keeps decreasing if you don’t make a suitable investment in relation to your future goals. It is important to have realistic expectations in relation to returns that you get from investing in the share market.

How to pick the right share ???

To be able to survive the market, a good decision in term of share has to be made and for that proper analysis has to be done Factor responsible for the shares of good company are systematic track records, growth of asset, Balance sheet checked, dividend prospects, stable financial performance, independent from govt policies.

Timing of the stock market ???

Indian stock market is closed on Saturdays and Sundays and moreover, on the holidays which are being listed by them Timing is being divided into three slots:

  • Pre-opening session-9:00 AM TO 9:15 AM
  • Post -closing Session-3:40 PM TO 4:00 PM
  • Normal trading session- 9:15 AM TO 3.30 PM

Best age to start investing??

The best time to start investing is around your 20s after you complete your graduation because you make yourselves aware of financial patterns and discipline. The little pocket money will turn out to be a huge asset in the future and it will improve risk-taking ability.

Recovery time for the stock market ??

Statistics show that if stock market crashes within the range of 5% to 10% generally it will require a month’s time for the recovery. The biggest market drops were more than 40% which lasts 22 months and recovered about 60 months.

Depiction of Bull and Bear market ??

The bull represents long term climb in the market and optimistic behavior of the investor. And the bear represents the opposite of the bull market i.e, long term decline, and the investor believes that the market is not in favorable condition.

Most expensive stock of Indian share market ?

The most expensive stock is MRF in the Indian market that cost more than 65000 of Indian rupee for the quantity of one share.

There is no clarity on how fragile supply chains will be maintained, restored, and repaired in the absence of those who cut wood and bring water to make the city vibrate. Well, before talking about life after COVID-19, there is an urgent need to talk about life after closure. It is hard to imagine that any of us can go back to what was normal before. Stores and offices will slowly hobble as they bravely face each other and spend all their energy to make sure they survive somehow.

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The government has not yet shared a plan for the revival and recovery of the affected economy. The reassuring noises have failed to comfort the most afflicted segment of the population: daily wage earners and employees in the unorganized sector, landless farmers, and millions of lives migrants who became refugees, homeless, and “stateless” overnight…

There is no clarity on how fragile supply chains will be maintained, restored, and repaired in the absence of those who cut wood and bring water to vibrate the city. Will they return? Or will hunger and excruciating discrimination lead the stigmatized poor to a life of slavery in overcrowded cities? How will “social distancing” unravel once a school, college, university, office, and the factory is restarted, not with 50 percent staff but at full steam? Transportation will continue to be a major challenge. When will regular trains and interstate buses resume? When will the normal life be back ?

It’s great that some governments have made some arrangements for migrant workers and students to return home.

Life in Quarantine

But, logically, all those people should be in quarantine. It appears that even if there is a gradual relaxation in the block, the unfortunate interruption will last more than three months after the block is lifted. Neither the central government nor the state governments can be criticized for this. In addition to minor and major technical issues, they have done their best in exceptional circumstances.

Political partisanship and community prejudice have eroded the credibility of many leaders and parties. The shameful sympathy of the leading bureaucrats on the brink of servility is shameful. There is no squeal of disagreement or point to a lapse that may result in a mid-course correction. Many blows to the back and blows to the chest; Enjoying the reflected glory of the Prime Minister’s radiant charisma, his cabinet colleagues are happy with appearances most of the time.

Supreme Court ?

The biggest disappointment has been the judiciary. To be precise, the Supreme Court. Today, he is more likely to talk about the bank’s masterly inactivity. Only in the rarest cases, their lordships are put into action. Those who are not well versed in the constantly evolving forms of contingent jurisprudence are baffled by some recent decisions by the apex court.

Republic TV’s FIRs against Arnab Goswami blinked and he and state governments had enough time to respond to court notices as honorable judges felt they were ‘not inclined to interfere with the media’s right to freedom of expression. ‘Now even a scholar knows that the media’s right to freedom of expression stems from the right of ordinary citizens to freedom of expression. And, that this right is not free. It cannot be abused.

Without prejudging this particular case, it can be noted that the courts appear to treat different people differently. But life is life. Those favored by the rulers seem to enjoy greater freedoms. Others are slapped with crimes not redeemable for unbuttoning their lips. Many feel that the courts have abdicated their responsibility by admitting that at times like this it is better not to interfere with what the government is doing. One would like to humbly present that it is at times like this that judicial supervision is most necessary. Especially in a federal system like ours, where conflicts can arise between the states and the Center over the implementation of the policy.

It is imperative that the nation unites in the war against this deadly virus. But this certainly does not mean that we should blindly follow the leader like a flock of sheep. Nor can the Indians allow themselves to be subjected to superstitious religious fanaticism. There are legitimate fears about unnecessary surveillance. Thank goodness, the lynching mobs have not been rampant lately, but volunteers from social organizations / NGOs have been active and visible in many places “helping” the authorities to effectively enforce the blockade.

This too shall Pass

Once the blockade is lifted and we begin to collect fragments of our fragmented lives, we are forced to ask these and other awkward questions. What will be the form of electoral politics in India? Are they going to look at the media beyond Covid’s infection statistics and morbidity? How are we going to reconnect with colleagues and reorganize domestic life after tentatively establishing ourselves in the vastly changed world? Life, then COVID, is not going to be comfortable.