Pete Davidson knew relationship with Ariana Grande was over after Mac Miller’s death: ‘That was really horrible’

Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson has said he knew that his engagement with pop star Ariana Grande will end after the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. Davidson and Grande started dating in May 2018, just a few weeks after she broke up with Miller. They announced their engagement in June same year but ended it in the aftermath of Miller’s death due to an accidental overdose in September.

Huawei P40 series smartphones to launch on March 26

Huawei earlier this week launched its second generation foldable-display smartphone, that is, the Huawei Mate Xs, along with the MatePad Pro 5G and a bunch of new MateBook series of laptops. At the event Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed the launch date of the company’s upcoming P40 series smartphone.

‘Affordable housing can be green too’

At the Paris Climate Conference, India pledged to reduce the green house emission (GHE) intensity of its gross domestic product by 33-35% over 2005 levels by 2030. One of the key sectors that need to be factored in to meet this target is the real estate. India’s building stock is expected to double in the next 15 years and buildings are expected to emerge as the largest electricity consuming sector in the country. It is crucial that new buildings in the country are designed to be energy efficient and thermally comfortable.

How better of an entrepreneur does an MBA make you

In the past decade, entrepreneurship has emerged as a popular career choice among both students and working professionals. A survey revealed that 83% of the Indian workforce would like to become entrepreneurs, higher than the global average of 53%. Of this, 56% people were considering quitting their current jobs to start their own business ventures. In another survey, it was found that more than 60% Indian youth believe that entrepreneurship is their calling for good livelihood prospects and would like to study it during their academic years.

Why Thackeray’s stand on Hindutva won’t be a problem

Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray’s visit to New Delhi last week led to some anxiety in the ruling three-party coalition in the state as the CM endorsed the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and spoke in favour of the National Population Register (NPR) as he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Amit Shah.