Eating nuts twice a week lowers heart attack risk by almost 17 per cent: Study

The study presented at the ESC Congress 2019, examined the association between nut consumption and the risk of cardiovascular disease and death in the Iranian population. Eating nuts twice a week lowers heart attack risk: Study (Representational Image)  |  Photo Credit: Thinkstock Paris: Eating nuts at least twice a week can slash the risk of death from […]

Young women who smoke face highest risk of major heart attack

Excess weight, body fat cause cardiovascular diseases: Study

Daily consumption of eggs increases risk of heart diseases

Heart attacks also common in young adults

Working in shifts may increase heart disease risk

Delhi interior designer Nitin Kohli’s three-pronged approach

Delhi-based interior designer Nitin Kohli infuses fresh ideas into his design concepts. An example of his creative mindset is his new interior project, launched in Delhi under the banner Nitin Kohli Home (NKH). NKH establishes its idea of stylish urban lifestyle indoors with three new interior concepts – Condo, Conversations and Pillow Talk. “The condo […]

Gurugram: Interior designer alleges man masturbated, soiled her at Huda City Centre metro station

Interior decorators, ‘design homes’ in vogue

Top five interior design roles on Dezeen Jobs including opportunities at Dimore Studio and Joyce Wang Studio

How Your Company Can Prevent A Failed Marketing Technology Investment

For the last year, one service that I’ve been ramping up and getting a ton of traction on has been corporate workshops. Most of the companies I work with have an established marketing technology (martech) stack but are struggling to realize the return on investment. At two different companies, the contracts were signed, the licenses […]

The Biggest Marketing Mistake Is Forgetting Lifetime Value

An Introduction to Digital Marketing Analytics for Law Firms

9 Productivity Tips To Help Marketing Pros Work Smarter

New secondary education model approved by States

Guernsey’s States has approved the final version of the new model for secondary education by 23 votes to 15. The island will operate a “one-school, two-site” system from 2021, rather than the current system of four schools. The total cost of the transformation is expected to be up to £157m, with approximately half of the cost […]

Tips for Students to Start with New Academic Sessions

Students, who have passed this year with flying colours, now its time for them to move into new academic sessions. They will be introduced here to new subjects and interesting theories. Especially the subjects which carries conceptual knowledge such as in Maths we have straight lines, fractions, mensuration, etc. topics to learn.  With the commencement […]

Govt revises draft education policy after massive outrage over Hindi imposition, Hindi not mandatory

mid massive outcry over Hindi being made a compulsory language in all non-Hindi speaking states, the HRD ministry has climbed down and tweaked the draft National Education Policy to say that students are free to choose any language they wish to study in. The revised draft policy states, “In keeping with the principle of flexibility, students who […]

True Education and not Literacy is the Need of the Times

What does it take from a seven year old to draw a picture of an orange tree? Does it only need the drawing skills or does it also require something more? Does it need the faculty of fine observation, the eyes which are trained to look at minute details? As educationalists or parents, we need […]

TWO TEENAGERS DIED AT UK FESTIVALS OVER THE WEEKEND

Two teenagers have died at festivals in the UK over the bank holiday. Creamfields and Leeds Festival, which both took place in the North of England, are two of the UK’s biggest festivals, with 70,000 attendees per day and 90,000 across the weekend respectively. A 19-year-old male from Warrington was spotted looking unwell by security […]

As Woodstock turns 50, do music festivals have a future?

August in Los Angeles: The Best Shows, Concerts, Festivals And More

MBA

VIDEO: GMAC Hits Back At ‘MBA Is Dead’ Claims

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) CEO Sangeet Chowfla hit back at claims in the Wall Street Journal that ‘the MBA is dead’ Falling US applications, WeWork’s falling stock prices, and accusations in the press that the MBA is dead—but it isn’t all bad news. In our monthly Applicant Bulletin, we bring you all the stories […]

McDonaldised MBA cannot get nationalised

The Skills Employers Want From MBA Graduates In 2019

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