Advanced SearchPlease provide search keyword(s)
- Search results for Words
The word ‘shero’ is commonly used these days. The word ‘hero’ is used to refer to a man who is admired for his courage, outstanding achievements or noble qualities
Egyptian mummy speaks again after 3,000 years after scientists develop 3D print of his intact vocal chords
The researchers, including those from the University of London in the UK, believe the Egyptian mummy, Nesyamun, lived during the politically volatile reign of pharaoh Ramses XI
What will happen to board exam-bound Class 5, 8 students in TN if they don't get a community certificate in time?
Even though every child seems to have an Aadhaar card today, acquiring a community certificate is still a herculean task for most students in the state. But is it possible to get one before the exams?
Why all anglophiles should read author and columnist Albert P'Rayan's latest book, English Essentials
The book promises to decode all the 'isms' and give a comprehensive understanding of the English language. This is the popular columnist's second book after English Blues and promises a great read!
That fateful night, Sharjeel was slapped with five FIRs, he has received only one of them so far though and that FIR alone has him charged under 13 sections including 'attempt to murder' and 'Goondas
Sachin Rajeev draws pencil portraits and his artworks are too classy that he has about 10.4k followers in Instagram and has gained the attention of popular actors from Malayalam movie industry
The University has designated areas to hang posters on campus and had previously stated during the Velivada incident that the University would remove all banners put up without permission
The first time MP and writer speaks about how life has changed, foregoing the simple pleasures that she could indulge in before politics happened and what her first time in Parliament has been like
Dyslexia is not simply a mental health problem, it is a social problem: Madras Dyslexia Association Founder, D Chandrasekhar
D Chandrasekhar of the Madras Dyslexia Association, speaks about the need to understand dyslexia in the Indian context and support students in coping with it
The master violinist drew comparisons between music and human values, while reminding the audience that music is for everybody and it does not discriminate, at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2020
Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at 16, and unable to speak English, Betsy Jenifer never imagined her works would feature in magazines and newspapers around the world four years later
Coding to learn, self-paced studying and more: Why to-be engineers need to up their skill game in 2020
Dr Viju Ravichandran, Education Technical Evangelist, MathWorks, tells us what new trends will dominate in STEM education and how aspiring engineers will be required to adopt new learning methods
Meet Veidehi Gite from Mumbai, who quit her job at the world's largest ad firm to solo travel the world
Veidehi Gite quit her job as Head of Communications at WPP in 2015 and now she is an award-winning luxury travel blogger.
He also went on to say that 'certain outcomes of decisions at times are affected by many unforeseen circumstances and criticism' is fair
An IIT-K student sang the poem 'Hum Dekhenge' by Faiz, an eminent poet, against which a complaint was filed by Dr Vashimant Sharma, a temporary faculty member
Search results 45 - 60 of 711