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Modern offices does not appeal to introverts

Offices

A new research has found that today’s modernised offices which enclose features such as hot-desking or desk-sharing and open-plan floors appeal mainly to extrovert workers but others find them uncomfortable. The findings highlighted the fact that extroverts are significantly happier at their offices and bear higher levels of job satisfaction. It also showed that personality differences are behind areas of ...

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Hyderabad student committed suicide in US

Hyderabad

An Indian student from Hyderabad who was currently studying in North Carolina University in the US allegedly committed suicide following the low scores in exams, according to information reaching his family here. Shiva Kiran (23) hanged himself from the ceiling fan in his room in the university hostel on Thursday and ended his life.The authorities in the US informed the ...

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High light exposure leads to obesity in Children

Children

A new study has revealed that children those who spend maximum time on tablets, mobile phone or television are more likely to turn obese not just because of physical inactivity but also due to increased exposure to light. The findings showed that timing and intensity of light exposure plays a critical role in metabolic functioning and weight status. “Artificial lighting, ...

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NRI students offered internships in various Indian firms

A pronounced opportunity has been offered under a public-private partnership during the summer of 2016 for all the Indian diaspora/NRI students. They have been rendered with some 60 paid short term internship positions in 23 Indian companies in major Indian cities. The Indian government in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has set up The Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre (OIFC). ...

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Modi arrives at Pathankot air base

Modi

Following the recent Pathankot attack led by suspected Pakistani terrorists, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday arrived at the IAF base to look upon the scenerio. Modi met senior Indian Air Force (IAF) and Indian Army officers after landing at air base. The chief target of the terrorists was the air base itself in a pre-dawn attack. Upon the prime minister ...

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Reforming Indian Arranged Marriage Concept

Marriage

As we know it’s the wedding season giving rounds, the whole female community is busy in garbing themselves with alluring clothes , hefty jewellery , glossy make up and very prominently, elevated heels for towering. There are much to add to the former listings, however, i ended short. Marriage is the most common cultural ritual in the Universe. It involves ...

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Bappi Lahiri gets lifetime achievement award from Bengal

Bappi Lahiri

Bollywood’s veteran music composer Bappi Lahiri and singer Kumar Sanu were on Monday has been awarded with lifetime achievement awards by the West Bengal government. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee handed over the award at the inauguration of the annual Bangla Sangeet Mela to which Bappi Lahiri thanked her. Bappi Lahiri popularized the use of synthesized disco music in Indian cinema ...

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Bangladesh lifts ban from social media

After the security mission came to an end, Bangladesh lifted the ban imposed on all social networking platforms, the media reported on Monday. Bangladeshi State Minister for Post and Telecommunications Tarana Halim confirmed the government’s decision to Xinhua news agency. The decision to lift ban on all social media platforms came hours after the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission’s (BTRC) new instruction ...

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Google celebrates 97th birthday of Yoga Guru, Iyengar

Iyengar

On the 97 th birth anniversary of the famous Yoga instructor,BKS Iyengar , google honoured him with a doodle — showing the yoga guru in various poses within Google’s logo. He is known worldwide for introducing the ancient Indian practice of yoga to the Western world. It has been believed that Iyengar in his eighties even had the potential of holding ...

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Trust upon US government to counter terrorism slumps

US

The citizens of American now no more trusting it’s federal government to protect them from growing terrorism in the country. Moreover, as per the recent Gallup poll, the Americans’ confidence in the federal government’s ability to hinder terrorism has dropped too low. Only 55 percent of Americans say they have a “great deal” or a “fair amount” of confidence in ...

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