Actor Nia Sharma recently shared the news that she is busy shooting for the second season of Jamai 2.0 in Goa which has created a lot of buzz on the internet. The actor treated her fans with a bunch of bikini pictures with co-star Ravi Dubey, which broke the internet instantly. Nia flaunted her flawless bikini bod and how! The actor anyway doesn’t shy away from rocking the riskiest of outfits and going all big with fashion and style. And this time, as she is chilling in Goa, Nia seems to be enjoying every bit of her time on the beach. Also Read – Achint Kaur Flaunts an Incredible Bikini Body at 50, Poses With Nia Sharma in Goa – See Viral Pics
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A new website aims to help climate conscious travellers make more-informed holiday choices by calculating the carbon costs of British breaks and even day trips in response to the increase in domestic tourism during the pandemic.
Natural Britain, which launched in July, wants to become the go-to website for ethically-run travel in the UK, and claims to be the first company in the country to offer carbon labelling – a calculation of the carbon dioxide emitted – for every part of the trip.
Natural Britain hopes to appeal to the growing number of outdoor enthusiasts, many of whom have taken on new challenges or found a fresh appreciation for nature in 2020. Itineraries include a cycle tour of the Cotswolds, sky-running in Snowdonia and sea-kayaking in Scotland, and activity sessions and accommodation can also be booked separately. It hopes to feature 35 experiences by the end of the year, increasing
Apple is seeking tax breaks from the U.S. government for domestic chip production, which suggests Apple may be aiming to move more iPhone manufacturing to the United States.
According to Bloomberg, second and third-quarter lobbying disclosure reports indicate that Apple lobbied officials from the Treasury Department, Congress, and the White House on tax issues that included “tax credits for domestic semiconductor production.”
Apple designs many of its own chips, including the A-series chips used in iPhones and iPads and the Apple Silicon chips that will be used in future Macs. Development of chips is done in-house in Cupertino, but production is outsourced to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).
Apple’s lobbying efforts indicate that it perhaps wants to move production to the U.S., where it would not have to deal with tariffs and trade tensions between the United States and China.
Apple’s recent lobbying coincides with a push by the