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Aashikaa R. Mohan

LIE DETECTOR:

Lie detection is an assessment of a verbal statement with the goal to reveal a possible intentional deceit. Lie detector also known as polygraph, is a device that measures and records several physiological indicators such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and skin conductivity while a person is asked and answers a series […]

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IS THERE A GLASS CEILING?

Glass ceiling is a metaphor that is used to represent invisible barrier that prevents women from reaching the highest executive levels within their respective organizations. This term was first popularized in the 80’s to describe the challenges women face when their respective careers. The United States Federal Glass Ceiling Commission defines […]

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ARE DREAMS HIDDEN MESSAGES OR JUST HOT AIR?

Have you ever dreamt of something strange and believed that there would be a hidden message behind it? Dreams can provide useful insights on our lives. Humans have long sought meaning in their dreams. For centuries, people have questioned the meaning of dreams. According to early civilization they thought it […]

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WHY TRUST YOUR INTUITION?

Should we always trust our intuition?. While some say yes and other say no, lets just go through what all goes into it. INTUITUION, GUT or INSTINCT is basically the “feeling or understanding that makes you believe or know that something is true without being able to explain why”. As […]

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CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY VS FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

Both criminal psychologists and forensic psychologists assist law enforcement professionals in investigating and solving crimes. While there are many similarities between these two, they play different but complementary roles. Forensic specializes in aftermath of crime, evaluating the suspects mental health and consulting victims and their families, whereas criminal psychologists focus […]

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MENACE OF TROLLING

The internet has engendered a completely new outlook to the world. On one hand its a hub to world wide connections whereas on the other hand its has given people a new meaning to freedom of expression, which is not always used in a positive way. Article 19 of the […]

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SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT

Sense of entitlement is a personality trait in which an individual believes that they deserve recognition or special treatment for something they didn’t earn. Its basically “YOU OWE ME” kind of attitude. They believe that the world owes them without giving anything in return. Sense of entitlement is not always […]

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IN A NEW PUSH FOR DRONE USE,GOVERNMENT EASES NORMS

The Ministry of Civil Aviation released certain draft policy for drones on Thursday which brings more safety features and appears to address some problems in India’s nascent unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry regarding the compliance norms outlined earlier. The draft policy, titled Drone Rules 2021, will replace the Unmanned Aircraft System […]

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NEET TO BE HELD ON 12TH SEPTEMBER (2021)

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 will be held on September 12 across the country, informed Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan. As the NEET exams are to be held on 12th September, the online registration for the same would commence from 5pm on Tuesday. The decision was taken following […]

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THE EPIDEMIC OF LONELINESS

As per psychologists, the corona virus pandemic has hit us very hard and triggered a sort of loneliness epidemic. LONELINESS: Loneliness is described as social pain. It is an universal emotion and can be complex and unique to every individual. It is described as a state of solitude or being […]

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ZIKA VIRUS

Zika virus was first discovered in 1947 and it was named after the Zika Forest in Uganda. The first human case of zika was found on1952 and from then on cases were being reported on Africa, Southeast Asia and pacific islands. TRANSMISSION: It can be transmitted bite of infected mosquito bite […]

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BANGLADESH FACTORY FIRE:

Massive blast tears through the food processing factory and has killed 52 people through flames. Rup Ganj, Bangladesh;5:00 pm: A massive blast that teared up on Bangladesh killed 52 people by flames and 50 other injured. The fire broke put on the industrial town, east of capital Dhaka, on 9th […]

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