December 11, 2020

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The Covid-19 crisis has changed the world and our lifestyles drastically. These days, we open up our Zoom app to talk to friends. We join a Slack call to meet with the boss. We help our kids as they navigate their virtual classrooms.

It has been a huge change for many, but the truth is that we’ve been slowly moving online for a long time. Covid-19 simply clicked the “fast forward” button on the shift to cyberspace.

Still, the numbers are astounding. For instance, Google searches went from 3.5 billion in 2019 to 6 billion in 2020. More than ever, businesses are turning to the web to market their products and stay afloat during this unprecedented time.

If you’ve been thinking of learning copywriting, this is a huge opportunity for you to jumpstart your dream

Private sector general insurer has revamped its health offerings keeping in mind the evolving consumer needs, which have taken the centre stage because of the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The insurer has launched four new plans, namely Health Shield, Health Shield Plus, Health Elite, and Health Elite Plus that are a part of its “complete health insurance” offering. These plans are powered with new features such as unlimited reset of sum insured wherein a customer gets the benefit of resetting up to 100 per cent of the base sum insured unlimited times in a policy year for an un-related ailment. Other features include worldwide covers where inpatient expenses outside India will covered, but there is a co-pay of 10 per cent.

It has also come up with features such as claim protector benefit that will pay for the

The chosen shades will give us a feeling of energy, strength and positivity in the face of the uncertainty that 2020 leaves, according to Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

As every year, the Pantone Institute of Color announced the colors that will be a trend in 2021. This Thursday it was announced that the chosen ones are a shade of gray and another of yellow, as they convey a feeling of “strength and hope.”

For 20 years, the American institution has chosen which color will reign the following year. Although normally there is only one, by 2021 there will be two: Ultimate Gray (17-5104) and the Illuminating (13-0647)

of chemical firm Ltd closed nearly 11 per cent down on Thursday on reports that a whistle-blower had alleged corporate governance lapses in the company and that its promoters had siphoned off funds. The whistle-blower also alleged that entered into rent deals with a shell company owned by its employees and paid crores of rupees in rent for properties held by the latter, which was earlier owned by the promoter family.

The company, owned by the Shroff family, however, said this was an old matter and was reported to the audit committee in 2017. After an independent probe, the matter was closed, it said.

The stock closed at Rs 438 a share, down 10.94 per cent, with a market capitalisation of Rs 33,499 crore.

CEO Jai Shroff

In a statement to the stock exchanges, UPL denied