euronews
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The Economic Times
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She started with science and maths, especially for higher classes, but now uploads videos that can be relevant for students from Class VI onward. Money is not always easy to come by. For a freelancer, running a gadget review on the side can be a costly business. Ranjit Singh says Geeky Ranjit ran up losses in the first three years. “I used to purchase gadgets from the market, finish my review in two-three weeks and then return those gadgets at a loss. It took me nearly three years to break even.” He says things have improved in the last two years: now he gets 65-70% of the products for review from companies. The advice from the bigger stars on YouTube who dabble in music and comedy is to look beyond the website. Says Vidya Iyer : “There’s some revenue through YouTube ad sharing with Google but it’s not nearly enough to live on or pay a real team.
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Al Jazeera
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The Iran Project
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Press TV New Zealand says it has postponed a plan to export lamb to Iran – in what it says would be the first step to resume post-sanctions trade with the country – until December. A spokesman for Silver Fern Farms, one of two exporters working with import companies in Iran, was quoted by media as saying that the company was still in the very early process of making agreements over lamb exports to Iran. The spokesman – who has not been identifiedemphasized that the plan would be put into practice next season which begins in December. With the lamb season wrapping up, it was too late for a deal to go through for this season, he was quoted as saying by Stuff.co.nz news website. While speaking at the Central Districts Fieldays earlier this month, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy said he had just returned from a visit to the Middle East country where he had signed a veterinary agreement that would pave the way for exports to Iran.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Schools in North Lincolnshire are expected to lose more than £9 million in funding in real terms by 2019, according to new figures. The figures come from data collected by the website School Cuts which says that schools across the country are facing a funding crisis. The data from schoolcuts.org.uk looks at reallocated school budgets according to the proposed new national funding formula, and not increasing funding per pupil in line with inflation. In North Lincolnshire, exactly...
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Peruvians are waiting for the end of a brutally rainy season. Floods and landslides have already killed at least 80 people since December. More than 100,000 people have been forced to leave their homes. Forecasters say heavy rain will continue until the end of next month. Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports Huarmey, Peru. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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BBC News 24
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Daily Mail - Australia
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BBC News 24
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The Herald - Business
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In a large airy hall in the former Fairfield shipyard offices in Govan, is Rookie Oven, a “co-working” space, providing rentable desks for freelancers and people setting up their own businesses, which describes itself, on its website as “a home for the tech community”. As well as desks, custom-made from scaffolding, and a raised mezzanine with comfy chairs and tables, there’s a much-used pool table in the corner. Steven Calder, founder of digital company Streamba, which provides a logistics service for the oil and gas industry, happens to be visiting the office to drop off a monitor and jokes that is a sign of happening tech community: a pool table, or maybe a ping pong table. He adds that he’s even been to such an office in Silicon Valley where they had beer on tap. “There’s stuff going on here,” says Calder, “and you can smell it. You walk in and you think there’s something going on here.”