You shouldn't worry if you haven't watched a single episode of the Game of Thrones. You are not a sinner. Nor are you alone
One can safely argue that this election is characterized by uncertainty, which skews the traditional understanding of how TN electorate would behave
Landmark Bookstores recently conducted a survey on the variations in the behaviour of Grammar snobs and this is what they found
This professor talks about the educational qualifications that should be made mandatory for all the members of the parliament
This topic was explained in a news item, titled "Stop when 'Your Lordships'" pass, says Allahabad HC Registry’s order to officials — widely published in the media on April 5, 2019
The word ‘bark’ as a noun refers to the outer covering of a tree and as a verb it means the sound a dog makes
'To go to the poll' means to vote in an election. It is incorrect to use the phrase "to go to the polls" without the definite article "the"
The right type of parenting is critical for the healthy physical, mental and emotional growth of children
It is high time that graduates start looking beyond their classrooms and into the world of career opportunities
Offering everything from action to emotion to comedy to inspiration, this trailer is an audio-visual treat. Also, we guarantee that you will automatically turn into a Modi fan after watching this
In today's competitive world, knowing how to form and maintain professional bonds can give you the edge
There is an immediate need to upgrade government schools, and the required schemes and plans have been drawn
There are subtle differences between the acts of ‘verbing’ or ‘verbifying’, and also the words 'just' and 'only'
Learning words in chunks helps English language learners use the newly learned words effectively while speaking and writing. There are many advantages of learning word chunks
The Supreme Court had reduced punishment from death penalty to 25 years of jail time on the ground that honour killing is customary for some communities
In the last five years, the education sector has seen many straight and indirect problems from the government. On this International Women's Day, we take a look at this
To bump into someone means to meet someone by chance. When we meet someone unexpectedly, we say that we bump into the person
In another Biblical instance, Pilate, the Roman Governor, condemned Jesus to death just to pacify a mob that bayed for his crucifixion
The concept of this year’s CPB is “Fauna of Mirrors”, based on an old Chinese myth that talks of an alternative world that exists behind mirrors inhabited by creatures unknown
Students can rewire their brains to overcome the stress and tension that precede their exams. Did you know that? An expert writes
Former AMUSU President Dr Maskoor Ahmad Usmani, who was recently slapped with sedition charges writes a letter to the university students
What is the difference in meaning between these two words? ‘Weather’ is what happens for a short term and ‘climate’ is over the longer term
The recent revision of the 200-point roster system and replacing it with the 13-point roster system has sparked a debate in the country. Here's a look into it
Temptation is more than a matter of jest or levity as the above quotes imply. It is a serious matter which engages the governments and even the Supreme Court
Be a contributor: Make sure that you contribute and add value to your organisation every day. These can be like adding small incremental improvements to your job
Why are these people called entrepreneurs and how do they get the wherewithal to build and scale up sustainable businesses?
With more and more youngsters getting hooked on video games, both online and offline, WHO is set to classify gaming disorder as a mental health condition
Double negatives are two negative words used in the same sentence with the purpose of turning thought into positive
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be poised to wipe out cervical cancer after a study showed that computer algorithms can detect precancerous lesions far better than trained experts
Traditional grammarians (prescriptivists) say that infinitives should not be split, but to split them is very common in writing of all kinds
Rationalisation and merging of schools is a compulsion in the context of migration of students to English medium schools.
Defending the government’s move noted above, the Chief Minister said that the English-medium call was taken keeping in mind the future of children from the underprivileged sector
Keep the end in sight. Once you have decided on the end goal, don’t let any distractions keep you from attaining it
One-liners (OLs) are short jokes or witty remarks. They provide not only humour but also food for thought
Have you come across these expressions: echo chamber, clickbait, binge-watch, youthquake, and FOMO (Fear of missing out)?
Possibility thinking is a very powerful mental mechanism that could make an individual look at all the positive outcomes from any given situation
The idea of horn metres is not far-fetched, but feasible and would be an additional weapon to control noise pollution through excessive and erratic use of horns.
Career indecision is something that every youth will have to be aware of and they must be prepared to work their way to succeed by not falling into the trap
Except ‘nomophobia’, all the other words are quite familiar to learners of English. The word is a combination of these three words: ‘no’, ‘mobile’ and ‘phobia’
New Year and resolutions go together. We look at shedding our dirty baggage and hugging elusive virtues