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Six Signs Your People Are Not Holding Themselves Accountable, ...

There has been a lot of news coverage recently about Wells Fargo committing massive fraud. CEO John Stumpf repeatedly promised that he would take personal responsibility, but as yet there has been no indication that he will keep to his word. I often ... Forbes.com, 3 minutes ago
MedIndia

Do Not Underestimate Children, They can Make Adult-Like Moral Judgement

Kids have the potential to think and make adult-like moral judgements, a research says, adding that their ability has often been substantially underestimated. The findings showed that when making moral judgements, adults tend to focus on people's ...
 MedIndia7 minutes ago
Gulf News

Things to do in UAE on September 26

PICK OF THE DAY The Fridge All Stars Fridge artists come together on a single stage, featuring new collaborations with instrumental and vocal performances, at The Fridge Dubai. Doors open at 7.30pm, concert at 8pm. Entry Dh50, free for under ...
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Mashable

How Do You Share 360 Photos And Videos?

 Forbes.com15 minutes ago 30 things you can do now that fall is here  Mashable1 day ago Say goodbye to summer 2016 with this video of a T-Rex doing sick jet ski stunts  Mashable1 day ago

B-Town celebs show support for Pak artists amid boycott call

Bollywood celebrities including filmmaker Karan Johar and actor Suresh Oberoi, today expressed their anguish over MNS threat to Pakistani artists to leave India, saying ban is not a solution to terrorism.Johar, whose upcoming directorial venture Ae Dil Hai Mushkil stars Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, said: "I understand the anger and the anguish that surround us and I empathise, my heart bleeds for the lost lives. There is nothing that can justify this terrible feeling of terror. Then you are ...
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Press TV

Why do we care so much when celebrity couples split?

Brad Pitt reportedly 'begged' Angelina Jolie to delay their divorce but it's believed the actress wanted to settle
 Northern Territory News1 hour ago UK has a lot to do before EU exit: Johnson  Northern Territory News3 hours ago UK has a lot to do before it leaves EU: Johnson  Press TV3 hours ago Britain Has Lot To Do Before Triggering European Union Divorce : Foreign Minister  NDTV4 hours ago
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India Today

EXCLUSIVE: After Uri attack, India fortifies border positions

As the single lane road took us farther from the Kashmir of bandh calls and beyond the reach of those pelting stones, a new scenario emerged. Congested, built up areas vanished, sparsely-populated villages and majestic mountains appeared. Small shops open, ...
 India Today23 minutes ago

See what we do then: MNS warns Karan Johar against casting Pakistan artists

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena has dared Karan Johar from taking a Pakistan artist in his movie, if he does, he will get an answer in proper MNS style, they say. Highlights MNS held a meeting today to discuss their action against Pakistan ...
 India Today1 hour ago All Pakistani artists have left Mumbai, will hunt down whoever is still left: MNS  Sify6 hours ago Banning Pak artistes not a solution: Karan Johar  Deccan Herald6 hours ago Artistes never in favour of violence: Fakhr-e-Alam on MNS ultimatum  Prokerala2 days ago

‘It’s time for consultations on reforms’: Modi pitches for simultaneous polls

‘People of many political parties tell me that something should be done about electoral reforms,’ Modi said. Kozhikode: Pitching for electoral reforms, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said time had come to hold wide consultations to see how the ...
 Asian Age23 minutes ago
Sify

In boost to Paris climate pact, PM Modi says will ratify it on October 2

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India, the world's third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, will formally join the Paris agreement on climate change on October 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday. The ratification by India, which follows that of the United ...
 Sify24 minutes ago India to ratify Paris Climate Change agreement on Oct 2: PM  Rediff.com2 hours ago
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