Financial problems of domain investors,Paypal account holders

Due to corruption and nepotism in Indian internet sector, intelligence and security agencies allegedly bribed by large corporates,google, tata, domain investors and Paypal account holders face a large number of financial problems with their retirement savings stolen by these fraud shameless officials without a court order or legally valid reason, their payment blocked and account closed. Allegedly at least 8 lazy greedy cheater women - goan gsb frauds riddhi siddhi mandrekar, obc slut sunaina who offers sex bribes to top officials, shivalli brahmin cheater BBM nayanshree hathwar, asmita patel, veena, ruchika, and others have got lucrative jobs allegedly in R&AW falsely claiming that they own the domain names, Paypal account when these fraud women do not spend a single paisa on the domain name.
The real domain investor has to pay all the expenses, so that 8 lazy greedy fraud women get credit,great powers, salary for cheating her, because the shameless top officials in India are falsely claiming that brahmin and other fraud women own the domain names.
The real domain investor has got nothing, and is leasing the domain name to companies who are paying a fee. Companies interested in leasing premium domain names should contact directly instead of relying on fraud top officials making false claims

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High heels

In recent years, the  general perception in certain companies and business sectors is that if you wear Indian clothes, a woman must be  not be competent or efficient.

But the fact is that most  Western clothes are not very comfortable and the high heels that women are forced to wear in Western countries as part of their dress code cause health problems.

In UK, Unions are fighting to ensure that women are not forced to wear high heels due to the dangers to health and safety.

Digital media

India Today, India's largest magazine publisher is not going to spend any more money on digital media,  they are not getting the returns they want.  You can make money from  content, but you have to keep your overheads really low.  Most big Indian media companies have plush offices and highly paid employees( very important for "status" in India), with those expenses, it is very difficult to be profitable online with content websites.

The other thing the publisher has correctly pointed out (which you will rarely see mentioned in India's digital media)  is that Google has a monopoly and often uses the information available to destroy /damage any potential competitor.  I have personally experienced it and at least two of the ad networks I work with have specifically confirmed it.  When the demand for advertising space exceeds supply, Google is happy to have content publishers,  but now when the supply exceeds demand, Google shows PSAs on content websites who use Adsense so that the advertisers spend their entire budget on advertising directly on Google's own properties.

Smaller Indian content websites can make money online, but few have the imagination, motivation or exposure to really grow big, compete with companies worldwide and beat them.  They are too worried about others stealing their ideas.  Compared to a decade ago, people in their twenties have a lot of distractions and often do not focus or  reinvest enough into their business.

From my personal experience, when you are very small, the damage  the big companies can do is more.  Once you learn to out maneuver them and are more careful,  at least some of them will stop wasting their money and leave you alone.  Others will continue their attempts to damage your business, but just treat it like a game of chess, a form of entertainment.  Lets see who has the last laugh.

Mainstream media

So salaries are being reduced in the mainstream media companies, earlier there was talk of layoffs too.  Unlike the developed countries where major newspapers are closing their print editions, the mainstream media has flourished in India in the last few years.

However, at least for the English language papers, it is going to be a struggle soon, since they cater to the same English speaking internet using population.  The only advantage is that most people spend a lot of time commuting in major metros, so newspapers are still very convenient for reading when you are stuck in a traffic jam.