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Top Solar Innovations That Can Make The Future Brighter

Find out how technological solar innovations are paving the way for a bright future when it comes to solar power.........

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What Are Soft Costs In Solar Systems And Ways To Minimize Them

Here’s why reducing soft costs can boost the solar industry and the ways to do so. Tips about how solar setup costs can be minimized..........

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How an augmented reality app transformed London into an immersive art gallery

If you ever hopped on the Pokémon GO craze, you’ll have an inkling of how digital technology is increasingly capable of adding rich new slices to everyday life. The public exhibition ‘Unreal City’, which ran from 8 December 2020 to 5 January 2021 on the River Thames in London – and is, until 9 February 2021, available for at-home viewing – similarly superimposed digital layers on to reality, but with an aim to transform the city into an immersive augmented reality (AR) art gallery. An initiative from the AR app Acute Art and Dazed Media, t........

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‘Natural’ healing is metaphysically incoherent but valuable – Alan Jay Levinovitz | Aeon Essays

To the uninitiated, the variety and juxtapositions are surely jarring: Indian meditation alongside a ‘body charger’, fresh juice to cleanse your insides, followed by a bleach bath to cleanse your outside. And then there’s her recurring insistence on the ‘naturalness’ of these interventions throughout her discussion of the protocol. Raw garlic seems natural enough, and so do breathing exercises, but a PEMF machine? Vitamins and minerals that have been processed and refined into powders, pills and drips? Whatever Viracid is? There are many possible defi........

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A Comprehensive Guide to Painting Your Wooden Furniture

This is why wooden furniture painting them is a great idea. By giving your furniture a fresh coat of paint, you can boost their longevity, shine, and good looks. And your interiors will thank you for it too! So, find out how to get the job done.........

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More young urban Indian men appear to be studying longer, not looking for jobs: New research

By the end of this decade, India will boast about having the largest working-age population in the world. Regional variation in terms of development, economic structure, education and culture are significant in this diverse nation. Young adults are the driving force that will shape India’s future. And decent job opportunities for them will form India’s identity and prosperity. The future of India in the aftermath of the Covid pandemic crucially........

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India’s new tourism model is small local rentals, homestays. 2021 budget needs to catch up

The coronavirus pandemic has dealt one of the worst blows to the hospitality and tourism industry, but the seeds of a revival have started appearing – primarily driven by a rush among young professionals opting for long and short stays in hotels, resorts and homestays that are clean and affordable. With the sector’s rich potential to create employment when lakhs have lost their jobs, the government needs to support this transformation to bring about a revival in the ind........

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Former IPS officer's tell-all memoir unveils 'real-life Singham' behind the khaki uniform

 In a new tell-all memoir, former IPS officer and Tamil Nadu BJP vice-president K. Annamalai takes readers to the core of the ‘khaki’ police uniform and talks about the people who wear it for the service of the nation, with pride and dignity. Revelations of a Real-Life Singham’, published by Bloomsbury, is due to be released on 25 January on ‘SoftCover’ — ThePrint’s e-venue to launch select non-fiction books. In a decade-long career as an IPS officer in Karnataka, Annamalai earned the respect of t........

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10 naturopathy and yoga tips for diabetics in winters

People with diabetes face a real challenge during the winter season. The cold weather coupled with reduced physical activity puts stress on the body, causing it to go into a fight-or-flight mode. This results in the release of natural survival hormones like adrenaline and cortisol. Consequently, the liver releases more glucose for energy leading to increased blood sugar levels. "Presently, more than 50 million people in India have diabetes and it is expected to go o........

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Minus 27.1 in Drass, Srinagar freezes at minus 7

Winter plummetted further across the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh on Thursday as the weather office forecast another spell of snow and rain during the next three days. Minimum temperatures across the valley and Ladakh dropped further on Thursday due to clear night sky. Another spell of moderate snow in Kashmir hills and plains and higher reaches of Jammu and rain in the plains of Jammu is expected starting Friday. "Maximum activity is likely on 23rd and 24th of January," an offic........

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The surprising reason eating less meat is linked to a longer life: A smelly toxic gas

it forces the tissues to make hydrogen sulfide (H2S), a gas that's poisonous if inhaled and smells like rotten eggs, but promotes health inside the body. As a physiology researcher, I have long been interested in the strange role of H2S in the body. This is not a gas anyone wants around. It stinks, is a component of flatulence, and its toxicity has been . And yet, the body naturally produces small amounts of it as a signaling molecule to act as a chemical messenger. Now, we are starting to understand the link between diet and H2S production. Diet restr........

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How My Love For Farming Is Keeping Me Fit at 93

Chidambaram Nair, a 93-year-old native of Kozhikode in Kerala, is a retired school teacher who has been organic farming since he was a child. He credits his health to the practice, and consumes only the produce he grows himself. ven at the age of 93, Chidambaram Nair is firmly planted on his feet. The nonagenarian has been practicing agriculture since his childhood, and credits his health and fitness to it. “Agriculture is the foundation of everything in this world,” he tells The Better India, adding, “The day we forget this fact, our f........

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JEE Main 2021: 75% Eligibility Criteria Waived off

Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal, Education Minister of India tweeted about the 75% waive off on 19 January. Ministry of Education has decided to waive off the eligibility criteria of obtaining 75 percent marks in Class 12 to appear for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2021. This move has come as a great relief for students appearing for the exam this year. Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Education Minister of India tweeted about thi........

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SAT 2021: What Are The Big Changes? Who Is Eligible to Take It?

Here’s all you need to know about the big changes in taking SATs from 2021. The coronavirus pandemic has brought in significant changes to the The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The New York-based College Board, which conducts the test, said that the changes have been made to reduce demands on “beleaguered students,” who are preparing for/taking the the test in the shadow of the pandemic. However, these changes will not only be applicable for 2021, but henceforth. Here’s all you need to know ........

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