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Heatwave: think it’s hot in Europe? The human body is already...
When the air temperature exceeds 35°C, the body relies on the evaporation of water – mainly through sweating – to keep core temperature at a safe level. This system works until the “wetbulb” temperature reaches 35°C.
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Dilip Kumar: A Tribute
His conscientious personality permeated with deep rooted humanism and social responsibility saw him being closely associated with social issues before the concept of goodwill ambassadorship and brand ambassador became famous. Sushil Kumar फोटोः साभार Dilip...
I spoke to ‘minimalists’ to find out why they are giving up their personal possessions
I recently spoke to a man named Adam who told me that every object he owns could fit in one of Ikea’s famous shelving units. He owns two pairs of jeans and T-shirts in just three colours.
एससी-एसटी के आरक्षण पर एक और हमला!
ऐसा लग रहा कि एससी-एसटी आरक्षण में क्रीमी लेयर लगाकर इनके समूचे तैयार हो रहे मध्यम वर्ग को आरक्षण प्रतिनिधित्व के लाभ से वंचित कर देना ही संबंधित प्रस्ताव और फैसले का उद्देश्य है.
CAA and NRC target India’s homeless Dalit-Bahujan population too
As per a report published last year, India's 86% of homeless people come from the Hindu religion. The majority of which belong to the Dalit-Bahujan community and do not have documents to prove that they came from 3 listed countries in CAA.
Australian Open: Dominant theme not Dominic but Djokovic
Australian Open was really AO- absolutely outstanding for Djokovic and specially Kenin. Both displayed this requisite combination of ‘A’ and ‘O’ characteristics rather well. Shushil Kumar Novak Djokovic (Photo: Australian Open Facebook...