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Here are a few ways in which you can develop and boost your courage

Courage as a trait will be a good resource for the youth to fall back on when they face a tricky situation

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14 Aug 2018

How one word in English can have different meanings based on the context in which it is being used

A synonym is a word having nearly the same meaning as another word or a phrase

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13 Aug 2018
One word in English can have different meanings based on context
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Should Netas be stripped of state assets? The history of asset stripping explained

The Public Works Department has submitted a report to the Uttar Pradesh government over the damage at the government bungalow vacated by Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav

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13 Aug 2018

Why do you need to be persuasive? To build power and achieve greater positive results

Being persuasive indicates that your leadership quality is best on display. Take the opportunity to demonstrate your leadership skills

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06 Aug 2018
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Dozens of US legislators are demanding that the Trump administration explain a recent agreement to allow the free distribution of plans for using 3D printers to make plastic handguns

How the free flow of 3D guns could worsen the 'epidemic of armed violence' in the US

Now even guns are made using 3D technology and this has become a hot topic of public discourse

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06 Aug 2018

Can't get enough of Claude Monet's waterlilies? Here's what makes them stand out

A close observation of his paintings will reveal that he did not compromise on even the tiniest detail. Each of the waterlilies in the ponds have their own reflections

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05 Aug 2018
A close observation of Monet's paintings will reveal that he did not compromise on even the tiniest detail
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Here’s how you can learn to exercise the power of visualisation that can lead to success

A keystone habit is one aspect or routine which is so powerful that it spills over into other areas of your life

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04 Aug 2018

What is a 'bunny hug?' The language of hugs, winks and nods explained

An anonymous person once said that ‘a kiss without a hug is like a flower without the fragrance’

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30 Jul 2018
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The rise of the machines: How they might completely erase human beings from the face of the earth

Most importantly, machines can multitask, while doing the allotted work with super efficiency, they can gather and collate data, they can talk to other machines and many other things

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30 Jul 2018

Should romantic couples be expelled from college? The debate is on!

Describing love as ‘a blind and an innate humane instinct’, the Kerala High Court quashed the decision of a college in the state to oust a boy and girl student for their love affair and for eloping

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30 Jul 2018
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The matrimony meet for 'young achievers' was advertised in the Bengaluru edition of The Hindu on Wednesday

Dear Sreeram and Co, here's why your Young Achiever's Matrimonial ad made me want to hit my head

Because, what other job do the IIT/IIM hudugas and hudagis of Bengaluru have other than picking partners like cauliflowers at a marriage market meet on International Youth Day?
 

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26 Jul 2018

GST removal on pads isn't a big deal. Let's focus on the real bleeding issues

While we were busy campaigning for removing the GST on sanitary napkins, did we forget the real issues related to menstruation?

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24 Jul 2018
The government removed the GST on sanitary napkins a few days ago
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Is the expression 'I have a doubt' actually English? Find out here

The term ‘ground reality’ is used neither in British English nor in American English. It is a typical Indian English expression

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20 Jul 2018

Get acquainted with talent acquisition: Why it is essential in the field of placement with regard to corporate entities

Talent acquisition is adapted for long-term and strategic requirements by corporates, which will open a window of opportunities for the graduates who have demonstrable skill sets

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20 Jul 2018
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Should students have gender-neutral uniforms? The debate is on!

There have been some suggestions that the skirt ban in schools is a reaction to the problem of  ‘upskirting’ – the new fad of low-held mobile photography to shoot through the lower, open-end of skirts

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20 Jul 2018

Remembering Nam Jun Paik, the Father of Video Art through his popular works like 'Charlotte Moorman II'

Paik’s works are still exhibited around the world. A recent show at the MIT List Visual Arts Centre in Boston showcased some of his more popular installations such as the TV Cello (1976)

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20 Jul 2018
Fondly remembered as the Father of Video Art, Nam Jun Paik worked extensively with mass media, especially television and videography
The 19-year-old was killed during a disaster drill conducted by a fake trainer

7 things colleges need to do to avoid hiring a fraud safety trainer, like in Coimbatore

A 19-year-old was recently killed in a mock drill, after being pushed from the second floor of the private institution by a fake trainer. Here are ways to avoid such tragedies from repeating itself

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18 Jul 2018

Why boys and girls should be put in separate classes

When both genders learn together, they are subconsciously trying to impress each other, thus leading to them being distracted

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13 Jul 2018
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Bigg Boss as mindless, there are a plethora of life lessons to be learned from this show

Five life lessons that you can learn by watching Bigg Boss

Trust yourself to be assertive: One cannot afford to be submissive as it will show you in a bad light

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13 Jul 2018

Understanding the language of football: What do terms like 'get the ball rolling' mean

The expression ‘to get the ball rolling’ is very commonly used by speakers of English. It is used to refer to the act of starting something off

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13 Jul 2018
The language of football is used widely by commentators, news reporters, and  Twitter users
It's all about business, many anti-NEET activists feel

Conducting NEET twice a year is a business model that will help coaching institutes get richer

The education activist explains why he thinks that the extra attempts is not going to bring any relief to the students and where the focus should actually be

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11 Jul 2018

Why is it important to learn words in chunks?

According to Neuroscience research, it is easier for us to remember lexical chunks than isolated words

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09 Jul 2018
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Why you should develop a professional approach while job hunting if you are serious about your career

In a competitive world like today, the aspect of searching for a job has to be dealt with in a professional manner in which the graduates will have to prepare in a systematic way to emerge successfull

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09 Jul 2018

Should retired workers be recalled? How the German government is discouraging people from retiring early

Germany faces a serious skill shortage as the post-war ‘baby boomer’ generation retires. The working-age population is expected to shrink by approximately 2 million by 2030

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09 Jul 2018
For those lucky to be employed, the retirement age in many cases has gone up from 58 to 60 and in many countries, it is beyond 60
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How the visual expression of music has changed through evolving album cover designs

With dramatic stage lighting or chiaroscuro profile shots, prints of their visages made for good cover images

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09 Jul 2018

Why it might be better to impart market-centric education to everyone

Coping with admissions in such high-cost, elite schools is a major operation for school authorities and a fertile field for influence-peddlers

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02 Jul 2018
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There are plenty of simple machines that we use in our daily lives

How using handcrafted machines can make our lives cleaner and greener

Most of these machines are made of hand-carved wood, processed wood or natural fibre such as coir

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02 Jul 2018

On completing one year of GST, here's what impact it has had on the education sector

The only impact which GST has on the education sector is the increase of tax rate by 3 per cent on coaching and training services by the private institutions

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01 Jul 2018
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Dear Ms Proud Indian, refusing to talk to the Muslim Airtel rep is as Anti-Indian as it gets

If every nationalist actually read the Constitution and the provisions about secularism before they hoisted their nationalism on their Twitter bios, the country would be a better place

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24 Jun 2018

The origin of obelisks are quite mysterious and various cultures have colourful accounts. Find out why!

Many obelisks were even transported from Egypt to Rome and gave rise to the proliferation of the form all over the European landscape and its colonies

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24 Jun 2018
The oldest existence of obelisks was recorded in hieroglyphics from the ancient Egyptian civilisation
There has been a debate on whether mercy petitions or presidential pardon should be abolished

Should we damn mercy petitions? The debate is still on!

There are lots of issues revolving around presidential pardon or mercy petition

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24 Jun 2018

Here's how benefits of working hard shall ever remain vital for anyone who wants to be successful

Youth must remember that hard work is an essential quality that they will have to possess in life. There is no real substitute for hard work

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24 Jun 2018
We all know that there is no shortcut to success. One’s goals can be achieved only through hard work
‘Hanger’ is a blend of ‘hunger’ and ‘anger’

Have you ever been 'Hangry'? Or been 'mansplained' to? Here's what these terms mean

According to the Urban Dictionary, the word ‘webqoof’ refers to ‘a person who believes every word or information on the internet and social media’

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24 Jun 2018

Want world-class education? Dayanand Sagar University is the place to be!

The University provides world-class infrastructure with respect to Academics, Library, Recreational facilities, Student Hostels, and cafeteria

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22 Jun 2018
The genesis of Dayananda Sagar University is a bold and ambitious venture sponsored by Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Peeta Trust
On the International Day of Yoga, the importance of routine physical activity that is integrated into our daily lives must be grasped

Why WHO believes that Yoga can keep you from getting a heart attack young

For children aged 5-17 that means at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous-intensity activity daily. Adults require at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity weekly
 

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20 Jun 2018

While choosing a foreign University, don't just focus on academics but also on employability

The UNSW Professional Development Program for International Students was nominated for an
Australian Financial Review Higher Education Award in 2016

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19 Jun 2018
The most popular courses amongst Indian students are Business, Information Technology, Engineering, Science, and Hospitality
Every eleventh child in India is a child labourer

This World Day Against Child Labour, let's learn about the children who don't get their childhood

Puja Marwaha, CEO of CRY writes, that children who drop out of school and are pushed into work, continue to perpetuate the cycle of poverty, while missing out on a healthy childhood

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09 Jun 2018

Your next presentation is going to be far less scary with these go-to pointers

Researched content, good communication and a dose of self-confidence is just about what you need, to prepare for an excellent presentation

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04 Jun 2018
Present your ideas with confidence
Craft Beer Labels are all about Art

Thought Breweries were for Beer? Craft Beer Labels are now all about Art!

Craft beer houses are full of vibrant illustrations, making their labels quirky while encouraging art and local artists

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04 Jun 2018

Should parents have the liberty to throw out their unemployed adult children?

On May 23, 30-year old Michael Rotondo's parents went to court to evict him out of their house. Should parents have the liberty to do so?

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04 Jun 2018
What are the limits as a parent, asks the author