Tips for Working from Home

1. Dress Up This is a crucial tip. It is tempting to stay in your pyjamas, but study says a casual approach to dressing reflects on your work. So, don’t dress to kill but keep it clean and fresh (take a shower).   2. Designate a Workspace If possible, identify a place/area to work, day-in […]

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Religion – Knowledge, Belief and Opinion

The TOK prompt I have selected for my IB1 is: “How can we distinguish between knowledge, belief and opinion?”. This exhibition explores this prompt by evaluating aspects of knowledge and religion, and, in detail, the various perspectives and panoramas influencing the ideas of knowledge, belief and opinion. Nowadays, religion is interpreted in several different ways, […]

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Former President and Rocket Scientist of India passes away!

Great Loss!!

Rest In Peace – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

European Experience 2015

Family holidays are always fun, especially if its in Europe:) We were looking forward to having some good time together. This one was going to be special for it was our first holiday outside Asia.

Initially, we started with Swiss and Italy holidays, but later added France and Spain. A perfect Itinerary was prepared, courtesy Shraddha & Shree! Tickets were booked, Hotels and apartments were reserved, train passes were bought, reservation were made and we were all ready!

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Power, Privilege, and HIV/AIDS — Medium

Last week, after a screening of David France’s “How to Survive a Plague” for 200 Harvard College students followed by a panel of AIDS activists — I found myself among the angriest I’ve been since starting my doctorate. I was angry that in this session for “Case Studies in Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives,” a course that I […]

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