Decor Styles Archive

The challenge of respecting traditional knowledge

Recognizing, respecting and protecting the rights of indigenous peoples, which includes “traditional knowledge”, is not only enshrined in the Philippine constitution, but recognized internationally as expressed in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Indigenous

Traditional offices v/s co-working spaces

Over the last decade, co-working spaces have revolutionized the way people work. The model has been a huge hit with everyone—from start-ups to digital nomads to big players. Here’s a look at how they compare to traditional workspaces. [“source=livemint”]

Traditional Advertising, A Thing Of The Past? Not According To This Report

Are we nearing the end of traditional advertising formats like TV and radio ads? Will we view them as a long gone discipline five or six years from now? According to the State of Advertising report, released recently by the World Federation of Advertisers, the answer

Kyrgyzstan President gifts traditional hat, coat to PM Modi

Kyrgyzstan President Sooronbay Jeenbekov has gifted a traditional Kyrgyz hat and a coat to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit here for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit. President Jeenbekov, who met Prime Minister Modi on Friday ahead of the SCO Council of

How DrawBridge Lending bridges gap between traditional assets and Bitcoin

It may have been heralded as the key towards financial inclusion, but Bitcoin still has a ways to go before it can finally bank all of the unbanked. Can lending bridge the gap between the current financial system and the emergent cryptocurrency market? For

Legacy Traditional Schools hiring 160 Arizona teachers and staff

Legacy Traditional Schools is interviewing applicants for teaching careers. Lots of them.  The “A-rated” network of Arizona public charter schools is looking to fill more than 160 positions statewide before students return in the fall. This includes nearly 50 full-time teacher positions across 15

Modi Offers Prayers at Kerala’s Guruvayur Temple in Traditional Attire, Makes Rs 39,000 Digital Donation

New Delhi: In an attempt to blend tradition and technology, Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the digital payments method to donate Rs 39,421 at the famed Lord Krishna temple in Guruvayur area of Thrissur He also performed the thulabharam ritual for which the temple authorities had reportedly

UK govt fund set up to combat modern day slavery globally, including India

A UK government backed fund set up to combat modern day slavery across the world has announced a grant of up to 800,000 pounds each for a new set of projects, including one in India. The Modern Slavery Innovation Fund (MSIF) supports international projects

[Trend Alert] Traditional cookware makes a comeback in contemporary Indian kitchens

In 2019, retro is in. From dedicated radio channels that play classic music to the return of bell bottoms and polka dots, we are constantly celebrating the good ol’ style. And when it comes to home decor, particular, kitchens and cookware, the trend seems to following

‘Recreating the magic’: Coca-Cola India goes traditional with full range of ‘ethnic drinks’

A major component of Coca-Cola India’s growth strategy in the near future includes the roll-out of a full range of ethnic drinks in the country, utilising local ingredients such as cumin, buttermilk and various local fruits. Major launches so far have included Rimzim (a