In spoken English, we don’t use ‘at’ before ‘what time’ in questions.
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How many words can you spot? #WordsofWisdom
Can you crack the code? Get those brain cells buzzing! #CodeCracker
It’s time to brush up your geography skills! You know you can guess this one. #GeoJumble
Over 783 million people around the world still do not have access to clean water. #WorldWaterDay is a chance to think about those people and places where water needs are still paramount, and seek to work together to find a solution.
Dhrubajyoti Ghosh’s insights in “The Trash Diggers” and his bleakly illuminating remarks about the wetlands of Kolkata form a social history which would also help policymakers get a grip. #environment

Speakeasy: Let’s Talk Trash
Today, we pay homage to Poetry.
Poetry has the unique ability of capturing the creative spirit of the human mind and emotions. #WorldPoetryDay
Words are powerful! Learn how to use them correctly. #WordsOfWisdom
The correct preposition after ‘conscious’ is ‘of’.
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Mix the letters of the alphabet around till you get the right answer and share your answer in the comment section. #GeoJumble
Which is the best fit?
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How Indian billionaires spend their money and if they at all give it to philanthropy

Changing face of philanthropy
Never, ever underestimate the importance of a comma! #oxford #comma

A court's decision in a Maine labor dispute hinged on the absence of an Oxford comma
‘Is India a democracy or a judiciocracy?’ asks Chief Economic Advisor, Arvind Subramanian at the recently held discussion for Oxford University Press' forthcoming book “Rethinking Public Institutions in India”. #economics

‘We Are Becoming A Highly Litigious Society’, Says Chief Economic Adviser, Arvind Subramanian | Live Law
Think you are a true Logic expert? Answer our #CodeCracker question and prove it.
“A meticulous examination of India’s love-hate relationship with the World Bank and how it has tried to influence policies”. The Hindu Business Line reviews The Reflective Shadows by Nagesh Prabhu.

A benevolent Shylock?
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Oxford University Press recently conducted a Primary Maths Skills Workshop with experienced teacher-trainer and author, Karen Morrison. The workshop was conducted in Sri Lanka and focused on developing teaching skills to make mathematics fun and interesting. The workshop also taught different approaches to mathematics and how to use mathematics in daily life.

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“The film music industry has its share of intellectual property issues as well, particularly involving the issue of copyrights in songs”.

Create, Copy, Disrupt by Prashant Reddy and Sumathi Chandrashekharan throws light on the various copyright cases in Indian cinema.

Book Extract The Music Room