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Assessment app for students to deal with exam stress

Exam stress is in the air and technology may have found a solution to it. Worried about the exams and anxious about the results, several students fall prey to immense pressure and even resort to taking extreme steps. In an attempt to address this issue, a ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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Ram Charan Teja anxious about 'Rangasthalam'

Mumbai: Telugu superstar Ram Charan Teja says he is more anxious about Sukumars "Rangasthalam" than any of his films so far. Ram Charan admits "Rangasthalam" is a new beginning for him. "After ten years of acting, I needed a complete change. I have to ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago
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The sunshine story from Kashmir

From one of Kashmir's worst trouble spots, Adeeba Tak emerges as a story of hope. The 17 year old has won a full scholarship to an Ivy League university in the US.This August, just as the apple season starts in her native Shopian, Adeeba will make her way to study mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.Rediff.com's Archana Masih finds out why her story is special. IMAGE: Adeeba Tak at a cafe in Srinagar. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Adeeba Tak It was 4.30 am in Srinagar as ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Ladakh: I can't even get mad here!

Fed up of his desk job, Manish Gaekwad quits on impulse and sets out on a journey through India. This is the story of his 'Ladakh Days'. IMAGE: Young monks in Ladakh.Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters   It is a covert operation to hush one's way through a grove of trees and halt a jeep passing through Khanyar in the morning, which is heavily patrolled even at this early hour. The smog of Dastgeer has still not cleared the air for safe passage. I take a bus to Leh from the tourist ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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CWG: Chanu, Gururaja give India a dream start on Day 1

IMAGE: A jubilant Mirabai Chanu poses with her gold medal. Photograph: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images A record-smashing Mirabai Chanu and a perseverant P Gururaja claimed gold and silver respectively as weightlifters lived up to the pre-event hype by delivering opening-day medals for India while star badminton players added to the cheer by making a winning start in the 21st Commonwealth Games, at the Gold Coast in Australia, on Thursday. Medals Table: CWG 2018 Chanu smashed the ...
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A day in a Ranchi court with Lalu

'An obsequious man, wearing a bright turquoise Nehru jacket over his kurta-pajamas, hovers behind Lalu attending to his needs.''The needs mainly consist of providing him with sips of mineral water and, after drinking, mopping the folds of Lalu's leathery chin with a towelette, that sports the large label of Roman Baths.''Periodically, there is a rumpus when Lalu gets up from his chair and leaves the room to rinse his mouth outside the door, through the grill into the bushes.''A handful of Lalu ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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How A bicycle named Nautanki and roads less travelled became a book

Book: Nautanki Diaries Author: Dominic Franks Publisher: Rupa Publications Pages: 272 Price: Rs 236 In a world where actions are driven by purpose and profits, Dominic Franks decided to turn his life upside down to find his soul. He quit the prized medical ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

“It’s finally happening to me” - Kartik Aaryan

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety (SKTKS) is a blockbuster. And Kartik Aaryan is finally a star. He seems to enjoy the attention, especially from girls. “More than my own happiness it’s my mother’s happiness that makes me happy. I was with my mother at a ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago

'The Salman Khan of Indian cricket'

'I became aggressive as a captain because I realised the players needed that backing...''We in India are brought up to be docile, goody-goody, but that needed to change on the field,' Sourav Ganguly tells Udit Misra.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff/com So tell me, did you like the book (Sourav Ganguly's A Century Is Not Enough)?" asks one of the people facilitating the interview. "Frankly, no," I say as I wait for my turn in the lobby of Vivanta by Taj in New Delhi to meet someone I believe ...
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What it's like to be Picasso's grandson

'As a child I was very glad to be around him, to breathe his happiness.''I was aware that he would focus 100 per cent on whatever he was doing, whether it was playing with me, or going to the bullfights, or painting -- which he seemed to do non-stop,' Pablo's grandson tells Kishore Singh.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com I'm having a hissy fit. The Qube does not have a record of my reservation, nor of my request for a quiet table overlooking the Leela Palace's gardens in spring bloom.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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