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The art of solving problems like a pro

Only when we accept ourselves is when we can dream of others accepting us. But to reach this phase is not easy.

Published on 28th February 2017
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When work gets you worked up

Workplace anxiety is the stress with regard to your job functions or activities.

Published on 28th February 2017
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What is Emotional Intelligence?

We've all heard of IQ. But what really is EQ? Find it out here

Published on 27th February 2017
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It's ok to sleep more! Here is why it is the ultimate productivity tool 

How we all dream to go back home and crash on the bed! Rejoice sleep lovers, here is why it is important for you

Published on 27th February 2017
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India sees light at the end of the tunnel as sex ratio improves and infant mortality rate comes down

Recent governement survey has shown considerable improvement in key health indicators

Published on 1st March 2017
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It feels good to see people look up to me, says world's oldest Harlequin survivor Nusrit Shaheen

Nusrit Shaheen, the world's oldest person living with Harlequin ichtyosis, a condition which makes her skin look scaly, has so much positivity that it is absolutely infectious

Published on 23rd February 2017
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Stephen Fleming talks up studying in Kiwi land to India's best

The Pune Supergiants coach and former New Zealand cricket captain has picked up where John Wright left off — selling NZ universities to Indian students

Published on 24th February 2017
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Going into the spooky releams of Rusty

Inspiration could strike a musician anywhere — in the loo, while riding a bike (read Honda Activa, which “is not even a bike. It’s a scooter which beeps, cries and gurgles while carrying me everywhere

Published on 24th February 2017
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This girl from Pondy rode across Tamil Nadu on her Bullet to rouse the masses to support Jallikattu

Pondicherry girl Maheswarii Marimuthu rode her bike across Tamil Nadu to collect support for Jallikattu before the ban was lifted, following the massive protests across the state 

Published on 24th February 2017
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Real feminism is not considering either sex superior: Devdutt Pattanaik

Author-cum-time machine Devdutt Pattanaik successfully transports us back to the times of Ramayana with his latest colouring book. He also talks about his fascination for Indian mythology and more

Published on 24th February 2017
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Romance Novelist Ira Trivedi tells us why her books will never set the 'romantic bar' too high

Author and TV show host Ira Trivedi talks about her journey with yoga, her book Nikhil and Riya, loss and finding other kinds of love over and over again

Published on 24th February 2017
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Concert to raise support for Muscular Dystrophy cause

Organisers hope the event would play a role in preventing and curing the spread of this disease

Published on 2nd March 2017
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Why Ambily Fathima will inspire ailing youngsters to believe in crowd-funding for transplants for years to come

Like a candle in the wind, Kerala's Ambily Fathima underwent a heart transplant after people from across the world crowd-funded her surgery, only to succumb to illness. Read her astonishing story

Published on 24th February 2017
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We do not have time: Tata Sons Chief Natarajan Chandrasekaran talks up digital, Aadhar and Kamaraj at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave

Talking to a largish audience of mostly TCS and allied Tata staff, besides students and academics, the Tata chief who took over after the stormy biff with Cyrus Mistry, talked about going phygital

Published on 4th March 2017
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'My grandfather is going to teach me suturing', says Dr K M Cherian's granddaughter 

Sharon Joy, granddaughter of Dr K M Cherian talks about what she had to go through when she lost her father, her invitation to attend global conferences in the US and more

Published on 6th March 2017

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