Tata Building India
03/23/2017 at 14:04. Facebook
Orange strongly personifies a person with ‘gut instincts’.
The typical traits that are related to the colour orange are optimistic, uplifting and rejuvenating. It brings spontaneity and a positive outlook in life, so people having a low self esteem can surround themselves with orange for a change in state of mind. Along with its enthusiasm for life, the colour orange is also closely relates...
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Tata Building India
03/22/2017 at 13:27. Facebook
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If you thought that it’s only in the recent past that Indian movies have stirred the waters at Cannes Film Festival, then you are mistaken. Way back in 1946, “Neecha Nagar”, an Indian film directed by Chetan Anand starred Uma Anand, Rafiq Ahmed, Kamini Kaushal, and Zohra Sehgal.
Neecha Nagar was never formally released in the then British-ruled India but received acclaim...
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Tata Building India
03/21/2017 at 14:19. Facebook
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Red stands for energy and warmth. It is an action-oriented colour that triggers the attention of our senses. In matters of expressing love, the colour red has long since been number one. Looking at the colour red subconsciously boosts the body's energy levels as it prompts the release of adrenaline. It also enhances metabolism, respiration rate, etc. Research has shown...
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Tata Building India
03/20/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
A snake hissing is common knowledge, but have you ever heard of a cockroach hissing? Well, this breed does and is therefore named the Madagascar hissing cockroach. Apart from the hissing, what makes this insect even more interesting is the way it hisses; the cockroach forces gas through minute breathing pores called spiracles on its thorax and abdomen.
These cockroaches hiss when they want to...
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Tata Building India
03/19/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
One does not need to be all grown up and successful to make a change in society or to help another, no matter your age; if we possess a good heart and a stronger will, we can do great things. Living by this philosophy are a few students of BITS Pilani who took it upon themselves to restore the Prathamic Vidyalaya of Ambari, Uttar Pradesh to its former glory.
Rajesh Yadav the headmaster of the...
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Tata Building India
03/18/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
The visually impaired cannot read like we do; thus, they have a special system of the written word in place that allows them to read even without vision. This system is called Braille and was invented by a visually impaired Frenchman named Louis Braille in the 18th century. Braille was himself visually challenged and hence took it upon himself to give hope to millions around the world, who...
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Yellow as a colour relates to acquired knowledge. A person using a lot of yellow speaks a lot for himself as it signifies original thought and an inquisitive mind. It resonates with the logical or more commonly known as the left brain that stimulates our mental agility and perception.
Yellow stands for the colour of new ideas that helps us find new ways of doing things. A person using a lot of...
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Genius has got nothing to do with age and proving us right is 8-year old Aashik Madhav G.S of Chennai, Tamil Nadu. On February 18, 2017, young Aashik solved a whopping 65 3X3X3 Rubik cube in 1 hour making his mark in the India book of records as well as the Asia book of records.

Aashik’s achievement is an example that no matter what your age, if you put your mind to it, the hardest of feats...
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Eating smart during exam prep is vital. But students tend to ignore their diet while burning the candle at both ends. The key is to eat smart to fuel the brain
Iron and vitamin B are an important part of your diet to maintain the physical and mental energy to study well. Also, one must eat at regular intervals to keep the nutrient and energy level stable.
While most people may ask you to eat...
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It is a known fact that a daily dose of exercise is good for the physical state of our bodies, but did you know that exercising daily is just as beneficial for the brain?
Exercising regularly improves the functioning of our brain and increases the blood flowing to the brain as well. Daily exercising also releases the chemical serotonin in our bodies that improve one’s mood and help us think...
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The history behind the pyre or bonfire lit before Holi traces back to a time when Lord Vishnu came to the rescue of his devotee Prahlad. Hiranyakashyapu was an evil king who declared himself to be God. Much to his surprise, his own son Prahlad was a devotee of Lord Vishnu. Despite many attempts to kill Prahlad, Hiranyakashyapu failed to cause any harm. Holika, sister of Hiranyakashyapu had a...
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Just like palindrome words, palindrome numbers are those that read the same forward or backwards. The calculation of 111,111,111 × 111,111,111 for example equals to 12,345,678,987,654,321, which reads the exact same even if you read it backwards. Mind boggling, isn’t it? Mathematics is filled with many more amazing facts.
What is the most amazing math fact you have come across?
Answer to yesterdays #Puzzle:
The word ‘the’ is used back to back in the same sentence. Did you manage to spot that?
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There is something in this sentence that doesn’t seem right. Do you know what that is?
The roots of International Women’s Day can be traced back to 1908, when 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. Thereafter, different countries held their National Women’s Day on different days till an unanimous decision declared 8th of March as the International Women’s Day to be observed world over.

International Women’s Day is a...
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Blue is the colour most commonly associated with depth and stability. It is a symbol of trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, and faith. Blue’s calming effects are very beneficial to the mind and body, as it slows down a rapid heart rate, helps one relax and take a breather. Blue also makes one feel safe, and the lighter the shade of blue, the more freedom...
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#Puzzle
The answer to yesterday's puzzle is, 90 degrees in a right angle. How many of you got it right?
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#InspiringIndians

Caregiver, companion, confidant and educator are just a few words to describe Dr. Sarojini Agarwal of Lucknow. Dr. Agarwal who lost her daughter in a tragic road accident was distraught and felt cheated by destiny for taking away her beloved. That is until she realized that she had indeed lost her daughter. But there were so many young girls in Lucknow in need of a mother,...
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