Zen and the art of career management
Zen is the English form of the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese word Chan, which is derived from the Sanskrit Dhyana. Zen as a school of Buddhism focusses on attaining insights and applying them. Here’s how to apply insights from these concepts.
Surajkund mela in Feb, Tulips in April & Biennale in December: Here's a round-up of local fests happening in 2020.
2020 just got a lot more exciting!
Get ready for major 'wanderlust': H&M reveals collaboration with Sabyasachi
The collection, scheduled for an April release, mixes modern and traditional silhouettes with a nod towards athleisure and glamping.
Deepika Padukone feted at WEF; talks mental health, hope
Deepika Padukone, who has been an advocate of mental health awareness and has been extensively working towards de-stigmatising mental illnes...
Rare stolen copy of 'Divan of Hafez', worth $1.1 mn, found
The gold-leafed volume was missing from the collection of an Iranian antiques dealer after his death in Germany in 2007.
Three Union ministers arrive at Jammu to kick start outreach programme on Art 370 nullification
Three Union Ministers on Saturday reached here to kick-start a week-long massive awareness of the Centre to apprise people of the potential benefits of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status after nullification of Article 370, officials said.
Union ministers to visit Kashmir to spread awareness about positive impact of scrapping Art 370
The schedule for the visit of the ministers to the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir is likely to be finalised at a meeting of the Union Council of Ministers on January 17.
Stephen King receives major backlash after his tweet on ‘diversity in matters of art’ goes viral
The author received major backlash due to his tweets.
Scraping Art 370 historic step, disrupted plans of 'western neighbour, its proxies': Army chief
The armed forces have a "zero tolerance against terrorism", Army chief Gen M M Naravane said in his address at the 72nd Army Day function in the Cariappa Parade Ground here. "We have many options to counter those who promote terrorism and we will not hesitate to use them," he said.
New parliament plan: Twin-sharing seat, many aisles
At present, the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha chambers have longer rows. In the new chambers planned, a third person could be accommodated in case of a joint sitting of Houses. The new building is part of the mega central vista redevelopment plan.
Amit Shah inaugurates state-of-the-art portal to tackle cyber crimes
A home ministry statement said the portal will let all cyber crime related complaints be accessed by the law enforcement agencies in the states and union territories to take action as per the law. So far, more than 700 police districts and more than 3,900 police stations have been connected to the portal.
Share market update: Suzlon Energy, Baba Arts among top losers on BSE
In the Nifty pack, 48 stocks were in the green, while 2 stocks were in the red.
For the love of art: British Museum acquires unique Indian painting 'Trumpeters' at $576K
The painting depicts a traditional musical performance in northern India.
Arts & commerce students may get to do BSc nursing
The four-year course was till now open only to students who finished Class XII with science. They had to then clear a competitive entrance test. If the draft comes into effect, all Class XII pass-outs with a score of at least 45% would be eligible to appear for the entrance test to join the professional course in colleges across India.
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