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UP Election 2022: Insult to bicycle is insult to nation – Akhilesh’s retort after PM Modi’s remark Microsoft’s Surface sales near $2 billion, but its Azure cloud business is growing faster Samsung Galaxy Book 2 tablet review: Performance takes a back seat to battery life Nvidia GeForce Experience Studio drivers optimize creative apps with one click This Relentless Pandemic Can Tax Your Mental Health. Here’s How to Cope With flawless skin, balmy lips and open hair, Nora Fatehi exudes oomph in bodycon dress. New pics Steam Deck gets input calibration, keyboard improvements, and more with new updates Low Interest Rate Regime On Home Loans To Continue, Say Realtors On RBI Policy Study: Two New Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease Identified

UP Election 2022: Insult to bicycle is insult to nation – Akhilesh’s retort after PM Modi’s remark

Samajwadi Party (SP) President Akhilesh Yadav has said that an insult to the bicycle was an insult to the nation. Reacting to Prime Minister Narendra

Microsoft’s Surface sales near $2 billion, but its Azure cloud business is growing faster

Cloud, cloud, cloud, followed by Office, gaming, Surface and then Windows: By now, Microsoft has laid out its priorities, and the financial results Microsoft reported

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 tablet review: Performance takes a back seat to battery life

Give Samsung credit: the Galaxy Book 2 boldly breaks from the first-generation Galaxy Book on both the inside and outside. The company’s new 2-in-1 not only ditches

Nvidia GeForce Experience Studio drivers optimize creative apps with one click

Nvidia’s Studio drivers for GeForce GPUs revolve around creative applications rather than games, but they just swiped a nifty trick from the company’s Game Ready drivers anyway.

This Relentless Pandemic Can Tax Your Mental Health. Here’s How to Cope

Remember those brief, blissful weeks at the beginning of the summer? Vaccination rates were rising, COVID-19 infections were dropping and mask mandates were lifting. Lots

With flawless skin, balmy lips and open hair, Nora Fatehi exudes oomph in bodycon dress. New pics

Nora Fatehi is a true fashionista and there is absolutely no denying that! With her fantastic sartorial picks, she always manages to create a look-at-me

Steam Deck gets input calibration, keyboard improvements, and more with new updates

Valve has released software updates for the Steam Deck on the stable and beta channels which bring improvements and new features to the device, but

Low Interest Rate Regime On Home Loans To Continue, Say Realtors On RBI Policy

The Reserve Bank’s decision to keep key policy rates unchanged will lead to continuation of low interest rates on home loans and support ongoing recovery

Study: Two New Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease Identified

Hearing loss and epilepsy have been identified as two new, early signs of Parkinson’s disease, according to new research published in JAMA Neurology. The newly uncovered features—along with other

Ideas that will shake you: Building Back Better

Ideas that will shake you: Building Back Better

In a recent addition of Fast Company magazine, there is a great article on the future of office life and offices in general. They, like many, assume that work, as we used to experience it, will not return. However, there [...]

February 10, 2022 News
EBM Focus: Finger on the Pulse: Standard vs Revised Newborn Pulse-ox Screening for Congenital Heart Disease

EBM Focus: Finger on the Pulse: Standard vs Revised Newborn Pulse-ox Screening for Congenital Heart Disease

Critical congenital heart defects (CCHD) are the most common congenital malformations and account for up to 10 percent of infant deaths each year. Universal screening with pulse oximetry screening has been recommended for more than a decade. The updated 2018 [...]

February 9, 2022 Health
Feel Fit in February

Feel Fit in February

Five top tips to help you keep on top of your fitness goals in February Health behaviours remain the most common New Year’s resolutions, however, recent research suggests people typically “give up” pursuing their New Year resolutions within the first [...]

February 8, 2022 Health
Survey: Alarming Number of Educators May Soon Leave the Profession

Survey: Alarming Number of Educators May Soon Leave the Profession

A staggering 55 percent of educators are thinking about leaving the profession earlier than they had planned, according to a National Education Association (NEA) survey of its members released on Tuesday. This represents a significant increase from 37 percent in August and is [...]

February 7, 2022 Education
The COVID Academic Slide Could Be Worse Than Expected

The COVID Academic Slide Could Be Worse Than Expected

Three years later, the COVID slide hasn’t stopped. New research suggests students still haven’t regained the academic ground they’ve lost in the disruptions of the ongoing pandemic, and many high school students will continue to struggle after graduation. The average [...]

February 4, 2022 Education
Luteinising Hormone: Structure, Crucial Functions And Adverse Effects

Luteinising Hormone: Structure, Crucial Functions And Adverse Effects

Luteinising Hormone, abbreviated as LH, is a key reproductive hormone that promotes the functioning of the gonads i.e. the primary reproductive organs – testes in men and ovaries in women. Also known as interstitial cell stimulating hormone, luteinising hormone is [...]

February 3, 2022 Health
5 Reasons why you need a Knowledge Management System

5 Reasons why you need a Knowledge Management System

Legal Practice and Knowledge Centres The sight of haphazardly piled-up files, bookshelves lined with issues of various legal referencers, desktops setup in corners of the office,are alla commonsight in a lawyer’s office. Legal research is the only area of legal [...]

February 2, 2022 Technology
Fighting Medical Misinformation

Fighting Medical Misinformation

Misinformation or misinterpretation of information can have life or death consequences. This especially critical for COVID-19.  There exits an oversaturation of information which leads to its own crisis, an infodemic. The World Health Organization has defined infodemic as too much information which can [...]

February 1, 2022 Health
WhatsApp Tricks And Shortcuts You (Probably) Don’t Know About

WhatsApp Tricks And Shortcuts You (Probably) Don’t Know About

We all love shortcuts, don’t we? Keeping this in mind, instant messaging platform WhatsApp has introduced shortcut keys for Mac and Windows users. These keys, which the app referred to as cheat codes, can be used while accessing the app [...]

January 28, 2022 Technology
This launcher will let you do much more with the Galaxy Z Flip3’s cover screen

This launcher will let you do much more with the Galaxy Z Flip3’s cover screen

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G has a more usable cover screen than its predecessor, but it’s still far from letting you control all of the phone’s features. It basically runs a copy of the Galaxy Watch4’s OS – giving you an [...]

January 27, 2022 Technology
Use ‘Make in India’ bicycles for public bike sharing: Indian manufacturers

Use ‘Make in India’ bicycles for public bike sharing: Indian manufacturers

While the public bicycle sharing (PBS) initiative is yet to be launched across most smart cities, many manufacturers are crying foul over the import of bicycles from China in the few cities where the initiative has been launched. The bicycle [...]

January 25, 2022 Technology
7 best practices for working from home

7 best practices for working from home

Saying that the pandemic has changed the way we live and work is old news. However, years of the traditional office-based working ecosystem are deeply ingrained within us, and we are still learning the ropes of working from home. While [...]

January 24, 2022 Technology