Tag Archives: abroad

Guide to Fight Jet Lag, What to Do And What Not

Travelling is an exciting hobby and invokes a refreshing feeling.  Visiting to different places and exploring their cultures is a fascinating venture to dive into. Nevertheless, the journey quite often takes a toll on the traveller(s). This “toll” is none other than jet lag. Jet lag which in medical terms is known as “desynchronosis” is a situation when an individual ...

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Sonam Kapoor Turns 30, Sister Rhea Plans ‘Girls Only’ Bash in London

The Bollywood Fashionista Sonam Kapoor turns 30 today (June 9). She will be celebrating her birthday bash with her sister Rhea Kapoor and no other family members. Sonam will celebrate her birthday with her school friends who are already vacationing in Europe. The actress also have plans of visiting Florence, Italy, Amsterdam and Netherlands. According to an article published in ...

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Away in Seoul, Modi Insults India, Like Others

In a shocking reference to Indian dignity and national interest, Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s remarks in China and South Korea that referred to NRIs “feeling ashamed of being born in India” has triggered backlash in the country with the hashtag #ModiInsultsIndia running wild. “Earlier, you felt ashamed of being born Indian. Now you feel proud to represent the country. Indians ...

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Could Not Get Through JEE Mains or IIT? Check Some Study Abroad Options

  Those who failed to get into JEE Advanced or into national colleges or state top engineering or medical colleges can now consider the choice of studying abroad that gives an advantage anyday in one’s upward movement in career. Especially engineering is availabel abroad in institutions based in the UK, the USA, Singapore, Australia or Europe. Here are some options ...

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Krishna Janmashtami Today: Mumbai, Pune Gear up to Thousands of ‘Dahi Handi’ Events

Hindus all over India and abroad woke up on Sunday to celebrate for Krishna Janmashtami or Krishnashtami or Gokulashtami, the annaul birth celebration of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. The festival, which falls on the eighth day (Ashtami) of the Krishna Paksha (second fortnight) of the month of Shraavana (August–September) in the Hindu calendar, is filled with dances and ...

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Kerala needs a new development ‘model’

By Javad K. Hassan Ever since the Center for Development Studies in Thiruvananthapuram came out with a study highlighting Kerala’s accomplishments in the areas of its material quality of living, health and education some four decades ago, the phrase “Kerala model” has had a life of its own. An array of eminent academics and public intellectuals — most notably, Nobel ...

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