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#Science #DidYouKnow
The Eiffel Tower is made of iron, and like all metals it too expands in heat and contracts in the cold. In fact, the Eiffel Tower can actually become about 15 cm taller in the summer.

This expansion and contraction happens due the particles in the metals that move more take up a more volume when heated – this phenomenon is known as thermal expansion. That is why large...
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02/26/2017 at 13:31. Facebook
#IndianCulture

Human history holds a treasure trove of knowledge that has been passed on through the generations and is the basis of life as we know it today.
The beautiful sculptures that adorn the many temples of South Indian temples are a peek into the rich culture and tradition of this region. These sculptures help us understand better the customs and traditions that have been practiced...
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02/25/2017 at 13:29. Facebook
#DidYouKnow

As important as the brain is to the proper functioning of our body, this mighty organ still holds lesser than 2% of our respective body weight. However, it still consumes 30% oxygen and 20% blood supply of the body, and a decrease in oxygen stops the brain from functioning to its full potential. Luckily, a few deep breaths should help improve the oxygen and blood supply to the...
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02/24/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Mahashivratri signifies ‘overcoming darkness and ignorance’ in our lives and the world. Devotees of Lord Shiva strive to live life with the philosophy of self-restraint, honesty, forgiveness and discovery of eternal truth, that is, ‘Shivam’.

Wish you all a ‘Happy Mahashivratri’
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02/24/2017 at 05:27. Facebook
#Riddle
The answer to yesterdays riddle is:
80 minutes is the same as an hour and 20 minutes.
How many of you got it right?
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02/23/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
#Riddle

Trains travel from one town to another town all day, always on the same track, always going nonstop and at the same speed. The noon train took 80 minutes to complete the trip, but the 4 PM train took an hour and 20 minutes. Why?
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02/22/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
#InspiringIndians

The teacher couple of Dattatrya Sakat and his wife Bebinanda are setting an example in teaching and education for everyone else to follow. The pair together is running the show at Kardelwadi’s Zilla Parishad school, which, thanks to them has become a centre for learning that is sought after parents of Kardelwadi village and other villages alike.

The school runs seven days...
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02/21/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Srishti Trust’s DARE school, located in Munnar, is an institution that provides education and support to differently abled children in the region. The school that is also supported by Tata Global Beverages, recently celebrated their silver jubilee year and held a conference themed ‘Recent trends in special education for young persons with special needs’ to commemorate their 25th year.

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#Inventions

They say a man who wears a wristwatch knows to value time, but do you know how the wristwatch came into being? The wristwatch began as a humble DIY invention by French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal who gave a spin to his pocket watch by attaching a string to it and wearing it on his wrist. That was then, and today, we have a thousand types of watches, right from...
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#InspiringIndians

When Priya Semwal lost her husband, Amit Sharma, in a counter-insurgency operation in 2012, she made the decision to join the armed services to honor her husband and his love for the Nation.
Thus, with the induction in the technical wing of the armed force, her journey as a young officer began, and what a journey it has been.
Till now Priya has received 12 medals (for...
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#ExamPrep #6

As harmful as junk food is for our physical health, it is equally harmful to one’s mental health. Eating junk and fast food daily makes one slow and lethargic, while eating nutritious food increases alertness and helps with memory retention. Opt out for a healthy snack such as a salad, fruits etc. the next time you feel a hunger pang.

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#ExamPrep #5

Anxiety the night before an exam can take one’s sleep away. However, staying up all night studying is counterproductive too. A good 6-7 hours of sleep is essential for the brain to function at its optimum, which is essential while appearing for an exam. So, make sure to make an exam timetable that ensures you get the right amount of sleep.

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ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) have cemented a place for themselves in the elite space club by launching 104 satellites in a single mission, setting a new world record. This will give a huge boost to our country in the field of communication, health and atmospheric research among many others. In coming years, there will be far more accuracy in predicting the weather shifts and...
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#ExamPrep #4

Just like all work and no play makes us dull, the same way all studies and no exercise takes away so much of our potential. According to a research conducted by Dr Charles Hillman at the University of Illinois, even 30 minutes of cardio increases the brain's problem-solving ability by nearly 10%.
So, to make the most of your brain cells and study better, make it a point to get...
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#IndianWorldRecords

Some of us might have tried it, but very few of us might have succeeded to maintain a 100% attendance during a single year of school. That’s us, and then there is Umesh Trivedi of Jodhpur, Rajasthan who has set the Indian record of maintaining a 100% attendance rate for not one but rather all 14 years of his schooling. That is 2990 days of attendance, right from 2002 to...
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It doesn’t take a lot to be kind to someone, even something as simple as feeding the poor and hungry can leave a lasting impression.
#ShowSomeLove to the poor, the next time you come across a homeless person, and trust as the joy and gratitude you see on their faces will surely brighten your day as well.
#ExamPrep #3

Practice does make perfect
The more you practice the better you get, holds true for every aspect of life, especially so when it comes to examinations.
So, get going and get your hands on as many mock question papers as you can, and solve each of them the way you would write the actual exam.
The answer to yesterday's #Riddle.

Seven (take away the ‘s’ and it becomes ‘even’).
Riddles are a great way to get your kids think differently, which is always a great skill to learn.
Rack your brains and try to solve the riddle given below, can you?
Are you getting the exam jitters?
We bring to you some preparation tips that will help you keep your cool & help you prepare for the examination without any stress.
#ExamPrep #2 Plan & Prioritise