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Is Education 4.0 the future of learning?

The basic purpose of education and training is to empower an individual to lead successful life and contribute best to himself, family, society, nation and to humanity Every child is a born genius. He is gifted with potential in certain areas. He comes with a “right to earn a successful life” and the education system must enable him to do ... Read More »

This canine Christmas is joyful in any season

It’s nearly summer and though June’s not the usual time for thinking of Christmas, we have some for you. It comes in the shape of a golden retriever mix who’s friendly, gentle, healthy and a perfect compact size at only 19 kilograms. And, he’s brimming with that excited tingly feeling you may remember from Christmas morning. He’s 5 years old ... Read More »

Policy | Is the State literate about education in India?

The 100-day action planenunciated by the MHRD in the realm of education after the results of the general elections is a welcome sign. However, with the release of the Draft National Education Policy 2019, the State seems to have shot itself in the foot as regards the three-language formula wherein learning of Hindi in non-Hindi speaking regions (read the southern states) ... Read More »

Cam Sims reveals the reason why his Christmas tree is still up, and it’s a very sweet reason

Cam Sims has been a standout on the field at Redskins OTAs so far this offseason, catching passes all over Washington’s secondary and showing Jay Gruden that he was worth keeping even after his early injury in 2018. Sims is also standout off the field and that’s because he. still. has. his. Christmas. tree. up. and. it’s. summer. Sims’ loyalty to his holiday ... Read More »

How Changing Lifestyle Is Affecting Eye Health

Lifestyle induced illnesses are on the rise. It would not be inaccurate to say that it not just affects commonly known health ailments like diabetes or infertility but in a big way affects our eyes. Eye health is a major victim of our ever evolving current lifestyle. Longer screen time, exposure to more technological devices and the ever growing pollution ... Read More »

Here Is a Photo of Glenn Close Dressed As a Sheep at Paul Schrader’s Christmas Party

In his first Facebook missive posted after A24 lifted his ban from the site, First Reformed writer-director Paul Schrader took aim at the Oscars (“awards I don’t even respect”), complained about seeing his fellow directors too many times at awards-season parties (“I never need to see them again”), and casually mentioned that he’d “spent Christmas eve with Glenn Close and my family in Xmas costumes.” At ... Read More »

Watch Out Goop, Marie Kondo Is Launching Her Own Lifestyle Site

There’s something in the pH-balanced water. First, Kourtney Kardashian teased us with Poosh, now Marie Kondo is doing the opposite of KonMari-ing her brand. Her team of cleaning consultants are quietly raising $40 million from various investors ready to take organizing to the next level. According to TechCrunch, this is the second round of funding the KonMari company, founded in 2015 by Marie Kondo ... Read More »

As the Internet turns 30, is it an ‘out-of-control monster’?

MEYRIN, Switzerland: Thirty years ago this month, a young British physician working at a lab near Geneva invented a system for scientists to share information that would ultimately change humanity. But three decades after he invented the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee has warned that his creation has been “hijacked by crooks” that may spell its destruction. Berner-Lee’s old office ... Read More »

India Is No Lesser Than Any Other Country In Education: Princess Of Sharjah

India is no lesser than any other country in education: Princess of Sharjah COIMBATORE:  Princess of Sharjah, Sheikha Hend Bint Faisal Al-Qassemi Monday lauded the Indian higher education system and medical institutions, saying it was on par with those abroad. She said Indian talents have found pride of place in global companies and space agencies like Google and NASA. At ... Read More »

This Company Is Japan’s Top Contender for Global Internet Domination

(Bloomberg) — It was one of the most infamous companies in Japan, rocking the nation with a corporate scandal that ousted a prime minister and then nearly collapsing under a mountain of debt. Now, Recruit Holdings Co. is back, reinvented by a group of employees who quietly turned the magazine publisher and job-placement firm into an internet giant that touches the lives ... Read More »