How to make a music video that’s worth watching even if it’s only about Sinic’s banding machines

A video featuring Sinic and his banding robots has gone viral in India, with millions watching it and sharing it on social media.The video, called "Sinic's Banding Machines," shows Sinic, his band and his robot taking a selfie on the Sinic banding site.The video has been viewed more than 6 million times and has gained more than 14 million views on YouTube.It was created by Sinic who lives in New...

Which banding machines should you buy?

Loose note counters can be great at counting up loose notes in a band or just counting up a long list of notes.They also come in handy for counting your notes in songs and songs in music videos, which is the whole point of a banding device.But what if you want to keep the count going long after the song has ended?You could do this by counting up the notes of a group or by counting the notes in an...

India’s Real Estate Market to Hit All-Time High as Investors Take On More Risk

In a market that has seen a sharp decline in property values over the last few years, investors are taking on more risk in an attempt to capitalize on the rebound in the Indian market, the country's biggest.The Reserve Bank of India said on Tuesday it expects real estate investment to grow at an annualized rate of 8.9% in 2019, the fastest rate of growth in the world and more than triple the pace...

Why do Indians keep asking for the ‘Indian rupee’ and why are people so obsessed with the rupee?

Indians keep calling the rupees "Indian rupees" because, in reality, the ruah is a global currency and not a national currency.The currency, in fact, was established in India by the British in the 17th century as an equivalent of the U.S. dollar.The rupee is not a global unit of account.In the 21st century, the dollar and the ruhat are the world's major currencies.Indians, on the other hand, use...

‘Weird’ $20,000 ‘bargain’ on Australian banding machines found in India

The Australian Financial Press has uncovered a $20 million "bargains" device that is apparently in use in India.The device is said to work by "shaving off" hair from the scalp, and to be able to "fade" hair as well.The technology is allegedly being used in the Indian state of Bihar.But the press also discovered a $5,000 "barn door" with "two small holes drilled in it for a metal bar that can be...

Abandoned house that’s turning into an art project

A house in central India that's become a tourist attraction in the past two years has become a focal point for a new art project by local artists.In November, the house at a remote village in the state of Karnataka became a popular spot for visitors to buy a house, a popular topic among tourists.In the past, the owners of the house sold the land to the local village, who turned the house into an...

India’s land development boom: How do you grow land in the midst of a land scarcity crisis?

India is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, and its land has become one of its most lucrative investments.The country has nearly 800 million acres of land, with the average area now exceeding 10 square miles, and it has been on track to grow even more over the next decade.But land has been in short supply in the country.While India's population has risen by more than 30 million...