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The loan must be repaid according to the terms specified in the loan agreement.

The company shall provide ………. security guards to keep ward and watch and protection of the said factory as per the employer’s requirement. The security guards provided by the company will be for twenty-four hours in the shift of 8 hours and shall provide complete security arrangement and protection of the said factory round the clock. 12. In case of any dispute or difference arising between the parties under this agreement, the decision of ……… will be final and binding and the company will not ...
Tags: Travel, Congress, France, China, India, Court, Americas, Uncategorized, Narendra Modi, US, Iran, Taiwan, Britain, United States, Ronald Reagan, United Kingdom


Postnuptial agreements are very similar to prenuptial agreements.

6. The company will indemnify the employer against any claim, loss, damage occurred, or caused to the employer due to willful acts or omissions or carelessness or negligence of the security guards employed by the company, while on duty. 3. The company at its own expenses shall provide its security guards with necessary uniform, arms, outfit, etc. required for the effective discharge of security services to the employer. 9. The employer shall be entitled to supervise the services provided by the ...
Tags: Travel, Supreme Court, China, Russia, Uncategorized, US, Barack Obama, Iran, Taiwan, United States, Kyrgyzstan, Tokyo, Defence, Haiti, Sap, IAEA


What’s the truth regarding the Israel vaccines

This claim sent by someone: Text: “We conclude that the Pfizer vaccines, for the elderly, killed during the 5-week vaccination period about 40 times more people than the disease itself would have killed, and about 260 times more people than the disease among the younger age class. We stress that this is in order to […]
Tags: Travel, Israel, Uncategorized


Ask me anything – the Aron Ra edition

Greetings from the San Francisco Bay area. It’s great to be back in the old neighborhood visiting friends. I’ve been away for almost 15 months. The weather is as usual wonderful. Traffic on 101 and 880 is lighter than normal… Continue reading →
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Atheism, San Francisco Bay, Aron Ra


Spring in the desert

The palo verde are magnificent this week, great yellow clouds of bloom hanging over the desert. They remind me of …Continue reading →
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Desert spring


A new political party in Australia to fight public health terrorism. And ABC’s scurrilous attack on me and my work.

Some of you might have seen my recent article in The Spectator in which I outline why I have helped form a new political party – Australia’s Representatives –  to fight the betrayal of laws and ethics in Australia by the major political parties. I will contest the seat of Menzies in the forthcoming federal elections. […]
Tags: Travel, Abc, Australia, Uncategorized, Menzies


Is Competition Always Good?

In a comment to a post, Prabhudesai asked “Is competition always good?” The simple answer is “It depends.” It depends on the circumstances and on whether one gains or loses from competition. Competition Competition is a feature of the biological… Continue reading →
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized


Wordless Wednesday: Finger Food and Handheld Meals

Nissi VegMex – Birria Tacos Lemat – Beyaynetu (Veggie Combo) HapPea Vegans – Kimchi Kimbap HapPea Vegans – Dylan Pickles Fowl Mouth – Vegan Chicken Sandwich Candle Cafe [CLOSED] – Mezze Plate Dosa by Dosa – Paper Dosa The post Wordless Wednesday: Finger Food and Handheld Meals appeared first on BitterSweet.
Tags: Travel, Food, Uncategorized, Baking, Vegan, Meals, Food Photography, Entree, Plant Based, Meatless, Finger Food and Handheld Meals, Mezze Plate Dosa


Twitter blocked my backup account, then I’ve somehow managed to get back my main account. This is really bad.

After Twitter blocked my account and their tech support wouldn’t respond for days, I started using my backup account. But that lasted only a few days. That too got blocked. Finally, after using my wife’s phone number I managed to recover my main account but first I had to DELETE my tweet. So essentially, these […]
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized


Why does this alleged “vaccine” not stop transmission of the virus?

Crazy news reports are all over the place: Elderly Britons who flout Covid rules after getting both doses of coronavirus vaccine could ‘more than offset’ the benefits, experts warn Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine ‘is not good enough’  
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Oxford


China-style totalitarian censorship by Big Tech – Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – the handmaidens of corrupt governments

I’m writing a paper on this topic, so these are some research notes
Tags: Travel, China, Uncategorized, Google Facebook Twitter Linkedin


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Eta Carinae

The universe is amazing. The more you learn about it, the more you realize how absolutely, unbelieveably amazing it is. A related amazing thing is that these days you can learn about the universe from the comfort of your living room or study. This may seem unrelated to what has been a major focus of … Continue reading "Eta Carinae"
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From the Archives: US Elections are a Sideshow

The dictionary definition of a sideshow is “a minor show offered in addition to a main exhibition (as of a circus); an incidental diversion or spectacle.” I think all elections are sideshows. I used to consider them as mostly innocuous but I have been persuaded that they are actually a significant part of the pernicious … Continue reading "From the Archives: US Elections are a Sideshow"
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, US


Anatomy of the State

Murray Rothbard (1926-1995) — Austrian school American economist, economic historian and political theorist — was committed to individual liberty. He was dedicated to analysing the nature of the state and why it is always an enemy of freedom. His book Anatomy of the State (free download at Mises.org) is a must-read for anyone interested in … Continue reading "Anatomy of the State"
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Mises, Murray Rothbard


This Policy, Alone – Part 5

There’s something peculiar about the world today that was not true about the world of the past. It’s this: the world of today is about ideas whereas the world of the past before the recent 500 years or so was a world that was about objects. Ideas, and not objects, characterize today’s world. This distinction … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone – Part 5"
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Victor Davis Hanson on Immigration

Victor Davis Hanson of the Hoover Institution is one of my favorites. Historian and classicist, he helps make sense of the world. Here’s an audio extract from one of his videos. The video is around 24 minutes long; the excerpt is half as long. In it he addresses the question of why people migrate to … Continue reading "Victor Davis Hanson on Immigration"
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Hoover Institution, Victor Davis Hanson


13 Things to Know About Employment Law Right Now (in Honor of 13 Years!)

13 years ago this week, I started this blog. But rather than dwell on another anniversary (and six months since working from home), I’d rather spend the time hitting a few (ok, 13) items in employment law because have been quite a few developments. Governor Lamont issued new Executive Orders this week amending the travel quarantine.   The biggest change from Executive Order 9C?  There’s now an expanded testing alternative that allows for a traveler to get a negative test either immediately prio...
Tags: Travel, Politics, Jobs, Law, Labor, Uncategorized, Training, Website, Unemployment, Connecticut, Guidance, Prevention, Sexual Harassment, Free Speech, Rate, EEOC


This Policy, Alone – Part 4

In this essay I aim to argue that if the education sector is totally deregulated and the free market is allowed to operate in it, then it will bring about a transformation that will enable the Indian economy to reach its potential by liberating the human capital that is the limiting factor now. (Previously Part … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone – Part 4"
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This Policy, Alone – Part 3

Part 1 Part 2 The modern world is different from the world of the recent past of, say, just 50 years ago. The nature of manufacturing, agriculture and services — the three broad categories of human enterprise — have been transformed in just a matter of decades. The biggest change has been that labor productivity … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone – Part 3"
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Fagioli all’uccelleto

Photo courtesy of Giallo Zafferano blog When we were on the famous vacation in Maine we bought supplies for cooking …Continue reading →
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Maine, Fagioli, Bean dishes, Fagioli all& 039, uccelleto, Italian comfort food, Pelegrino Artusi, Giallo Zafferano


Wildfires in the Western United States

Weather.com reports that nearly 100 wild fires are burning in the western states of California, Oregon and Washington. Here’s a photo taken yesterday around noon without filter somewhere in Oregon. (Image credit: @BuitengebiedenB) Why do the skies appear red and orange? Nasa.gov explains — The smoke particles from the fires allow sunlight’s longer wavelength colors … Continue reading "Wildfires in the Western United States"
Tags: Travel, Washington, Oregon, Uncategorized, Nasa, Western United States, California Oregon


This Policy, Alone – Part 2

The claim in the previous part of this essay was that one of the most important policies changes that India needs is to liberate the education sector from political and bureaucratic control, and that the free market must be allowed to operate in the educational sector. Why do I stress education? It’s important to me … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone – Part 2"
Tags: Travel, India, Uncategorized


Climate Change, Coastal Erosion, And The Rising Ocean Levels

Understanding Climate Change and Its Impact Activists and people of goodwill are fighting to restore the earth to a glorious state. However, human activities aren’t making it easy. What causes the oblivion of what climatic changes amounts to is the misinformation about climate variations. To help combat the impact of climate change, you have to understand what it means. Climate change is the variation of global climatic patterns. These patterns cause an increase in earth’s temp...
Tags: Travel, News, Uncategorized, Blog, Hawaii, Erosion, Heavy Rains, Erizon Coastal Erosion And Rising Ocean Level, Recycle Manufacturing


This Policy, Alone

And now for the big reveal that is the answer to the post “A Policy Question” I had posed. That policy is simply this: Make the education sector absolutely free-market. I will attempt to justify why this simple policy change meets all the criteria I had listed. A few people have responded to me privately … Continue reading "This Policy, Alone"
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized


Every journey…

Recently I was lucky enough to enjoy a week at the beach with dear friends (and even a sister!). Higgins …Continue reading →
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Maine, Higgins, Arts And Crafts, Higgins Beach, Sand art


What to Do Over 3 Days in Krakow, Poland

Located in southern Poland, Krakow is one of Eastern Europe’s many hidden gems. Its old medieval architecture blends well with the more modern remnants of the city’s time under communist control, – one of the reasons why Krakow attracts visitors from all over the world.  But Krakow offers so much more than meets the eye for travel newbies and seasoned veterans alike. After spending a month navigating the city on a bicycle, it’s safe to say this modern yet medieval town holds a special place i...
Tags: Travel, Google, Europe, Usa, Nazis, Uncategorized, Georgia, Ukraine, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Starbucks, Google Translate, Baltic Sea


A few pandemic pivots

Here’s an update on an impressive pandemic-inspired pivot by Samir Arora’s Sage, the company I wrote about at the start of the year that is building what I hope is a next phase of the net: a expert-based web. When the pandemic hit and travel was all but shut down I worried particularly about two friends’ businesses because each was centered on travel. One is Samir’s Sage, which was starting its expert network with expertise about destinations — hotels, restaurants, places. I’ll tell you how h...
Tags: Travel, Publishing, Uncategorized, America, Experts, Sage, Harlem, William Morris, Jose Andres, Samir, Marcus Samuelsson, Samuelsson, Daniel Boulud, Samir Arora, Rafat Ali, Pivots


The Best & Worst Things About Being a Freelance Travel Writer

Every vocation has its pros and cons. And this certainly applies to travel writing. However, the pros for successful travel writers far outweigh any disadvantages. I had some fun writing down the shortcomings of travel writing and then dreaming up the benefits. Here’s my take on the plusses and drawbacks of travel writing: The Cons of Being a Travel Writer Forget about financial stability: You’ll find it difficult to make enough money to pay the bills when you’re starting out. No steady payc...
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, Success, Travel Writing, First Person Experience, Guest Blog Posts, Travel Blogging, Travel Journalism, Roy Stevenson



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