Note Making: Stupidity

Although stupidity is commonly defined as ‘a lack of normal intelligence’, stupid behaviour is not the behaviour of a person lacking in intelligence but the behaviour of a person not using good judgments or sense. In fact, stupidity comes from the Latin word that means ‘senseless’. Therefore, stupidity can be defined as the behaviour of …

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Note Making: Time Management

It seems that there is never enough time in the day. But, since we all get the same 24 hours, why is it that some people achieve so much more with their time than others? The answer lies in proper time management. ‘Time management’ refers to the way that you organize and plan how long …

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Note Making: Sikkim

This isn’t a mountain region of mere subjective beauty. Nor one, which claims its greatness, based on just an overwhelming opinion of a large majority. For Sikkim is a treasure that few know about. However, the facts of its remarkable geography bear enough testimony to pitch Sikkim in a slot that no other mountain region, …

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Note Making: Colour Therapy

Colour therapy is a complementary therapy for which there is evidence dating back thousands of years to the ancient cultures of Egypt, China and India. If we define it in simple terms, colour is a light of varying wavelengths, thus each colour has its own particular wavelength and energy. Colours contribute to energy. This energy …

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Note Making: Types of Diabetes

There are two types of diabetes, insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent. 90–95% of the estimated 13–14 million people in the United States with diabetes have non-insulin dependent, or type II diabetes. Because this type of diabetes usually begins in adults over the age of 40 and is most common after the age of 55, it …

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Note Making: Jayashankar Prasad

There is a clear dichotomy between Jayashankar Prasad’s daily life and the one that found expression in his literature. In his literary formulations, Prasad advocated an escape-from-personality ideal and categorically stated: ‘An artist’s art, and not his person, is the touchstone to assess his work… it is only after losing his personality that he emerges …

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Note Making: Balancing the Scales

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making a difference to how legal work is done, but it isn’t the threat it is made out to be. AI is making impressive progress and shaking up things all over the world today. The assumption that advancements in technology and artificial intelligence will render any profession defunct is just that, …

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