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Why is Teachers' Day celebrated; when was it first observed
India

Why is Teachers' Day celebrated; when was it first observed

Across the globe, Teachers' Day is celebrated on different dates. Internationally, teachers are commemorated on World Teachers' Day on October 5.
Dubai ruler's wife, Princess Haya, flees UAE with money, kids
World

Dubai ruler's wife, Princess Haya, flees UAE with money, kids

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's wife, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, has reportedly fled the United Arab Emirates (UAE) along with her two children and £31 million after the break-up of their marriage.
By 2070, Facebook could have more dead than living users
Science

By 2070, Facebook could have more dead than living users

Over the next 50 years, the number of dead user profiles on Facebook could be more than those of the living, a new study from Oxford University has revealed.
Study: Seven moral rules exist across societies around the world
World

Study: Seven moral rules exist across societies around the world

Despite there existing thousands of cultures around the world, anthropologists from the University of Oxford have identified seven 'universal' moral rules that are present across human cultures.
Pakistan poses greater threat to humanity than Syria, report finds
World

Pakistan poses greater threat to humanity than Syria, report finds

A report titled 'Humanity at Risk - Global Terror Threat Indicant (GTTI)' has concluded that Pakistan poses three times the threat to humanity than Syria, as it continues to be a breeding ground for terrorist pads.
After US, Russia targeting Indian elections: Oxford University expert
World

After US, Russia targeting Indian elections: Oxford University expert

After targeting elections in the US, Russia may turn its focus on other democracies like India and Brazil, an Oxford University social media expert has warned.
#CareerBytes: Channelize your inner Shakespeare with these online creative-writing courses
India

#CareerBytes: Channelize your inner Shakespeare with these online creative-writing courses

The way to a person's intellect is through good writing. When you write creatively, you are telling your audience a story asking them to believe in the world you have created.
Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian quits months before term ends
India

Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian quits months before term ends

Indian Chief Economic Adviser (CEA) Arvind Subramanian is quitting and moving to the US due to "pressing family commitments," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced today.
QS-Rankings: IITs, IISc among top-200, 24 Indian institutes in list
India

QS-Rankings: IITs, IISc among top-200, 24 Indian institutes in list

Three Indian institutes have made it to the top-200 in the QS World University Rankings 2019, with IIT-Bombay jumping 17 places to displace IIT-Delhi as the topper.

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