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When unforgettable memories haunt you

Leaving the science aside, what do memories mean to us on a psychological perspective? Memory defines us, our characters, our principles and interests.

Published on 28th February 2017
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Coping with change

There is nothing as constant as change. Here is how you learn to cope with it

Published on 25th February 2017
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Hope is not lost for aphasia patients. They can talk again, thanks to a few specialists

Aphasia is a condition where you lose the ability to communicate. But a few specialists from the USA 

Published on 7th March 2017
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Unhappy India: Meet the country's happiness experts, learn where to study happiness as India plumbs depths in UN Happiness Index

As Indians were ranked among the unhappiest people the world over in the UN Happiness Index, yet again, we take a look at the people for whom happiness is a full time business, Like, literally!

Published on 21st March 2017
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WATCH OUT: 5 Signs that indicate that the person next to you is as depressed and suicidal as Mumbai student Arjun Bhardwaj

A lot of people are depressed but have learned the art of concealing it adeptly. If you notice any of these 5 signs in people you know, call for professional medical or counselling help ASAP

Published on 4th April 2017
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Lessons from Arjun Bhardwaj's suicide: Are FB live videos the new suicide notes?

Just because you have a stream of depressed posts on social media doesn't mean that someone is listening, or at least listening hard enough to care. Here are important takeaways from this sad episode

Published on 4th April 2017
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If you're a junkie, you're suicidal. You just don't know it yet. Fret not, help could just be 'One Call Away'

One drink never hurt anyone. One joint can't do much. Going from there to "screw this, I can't take it anymore" is but a step away — like Arjun Bhardwaj — and it's usually off a building's ledge

Published on 5th April 2017
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Stella Maris student writes anonymous letter to 'rude' prof asking for an apology: Are students today so hyper-sensitive that they need to post about a little sternness from teachers on social media?

So your prof gave you an earful. What would you do about it? Bicker and crib or go out and post about on social media and effectively publicity-shame them? You pick

Published on 12th April 2017
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Singh is King: Lilly Singh talks about going from YouTube to paperback like a 'Bawse'

YouTuber-turned-author Lilly Singh lets us in on what you need to do to get noticed instantly on social media and also gets all 50 Shades of Lilly on us 

Published on 21st April 2017
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Meet Samica Mehta, a 19-year-old author who hasn't used capital letters to start sentences throughout her debut book!

At 19, Samica Mehta is a blogger-writer who has one very unique thing about her — she simply does not believe in using capital letters EVER! She tells us about her debut book and her emotional journey

Published on 1st May 2017
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Two schools gave up on her as a child. Undeterred, this 18-year-old from KMC Manipal represented Asia Pacific at UN meet

Poorvaprapha Patil who is an eighteen year old second semester student at KMC Manipal represents the whole of Asia Pacific in the UN Forum for the second STI. She tells us how much it took to get here

Published on 24th May 2017
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Meet Mahalakshmi who convinced scores of tribal children to attend school. The hills are truly alive with her music

K Mahalakshmi, a teacher at the Government Tribal Residential Middle School, Arasavalli talks about how the school was empty 11 years ago when she arrived, but it has since transform

Published on 29th May 2017
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After penning a tale of an unusual love, this teen is now set to narrate the story of a rape victim in our society

Siddharth Roy talks about his journey as an author and how his first novel came to be The Special Fish 

Published on 5th June 2017
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AIIMS to adopt 50 physically challenged old-age people

In association with the NGO, Healthy Ageing Indian, the AIIMS will adopt 50 elderly people who are economically or physically challenged

Published on 3rd July 2017
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Study finds link between depression among teachers and the organisational culture in schools

The study published in the journal, Teaching and Teacher Education, found a significant link between burnout among early-career teachers and the exposure to a school-wide culture of burnout

Published on 11th July 2017

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