Month: January 2021

Covid-19 recovery rate in country reaches 96.36 per cent

India has crossed a significant milestone in its fight against COVID-19 with over one crore recoveries. The total number of patients successfully recovered so far from the viral contagion surpassed the tally of one crore 16 thousand. The rate of new daily infection also continues to remain below 25 thousand […]

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Hydroponics: Sustainable farming

Fresh and pesticide free farm produce without use of soil. Have you ever heard of soil-less farming? It’s nothing other than just substituting the soil with nutrient enriched solution/water and this method of technique is known as hydroponics. The two Greek words: hydro, meaning water and ponein, meaning to toil […]

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Standing Committee of National Board of Wildlife approves advisory for Human-Wildlife Conflict management

The Standing Committee of National Board of Wildlife has approved the advisory for management of Human-Wildlife Conflict in the country. The advisory makes important preions for the States and Union Territories for dealing with Human-Wildlife conflict situations and seeks expedited inter-departmental coordinated and effective actions. The advisory envisages empowering gram panchayats […]

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LET’S JUST DECLUTTER OURSELVES!

The idea of living a simple life with less stuff sounds attractive to many. But often, they begin to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and defeated around the idea of owning less. That’s too bad. Learning how to declutter your home and (and as a result, decluttering your life) doesn’t need to be as painful as some […]

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HOW TO HANDLE FAILURE LIKE A PROFESSIONAL!!!

I recently had a wonderful conversation with my friend. During our chat, she told me about an interesting shift in thinking that occurred while she worked at a science museum. During her time there, she learned how to treat failure like a scientist. How does a scientist treat failure? And […]

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How to prevent these mistakes at the workplace

There were people in my career who seemed determined to fail. Despite mentoring, instruction, gentle correction, and discipline, they consistently chose the low road.What’s the low road? An appetite for excuses, blame, and underperformance. An aversion to personal responsibility. In an a well known organisation -most employees will want to […]

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