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Idhika Amuthan

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Myths and facts aboutpuberty.

Parents have a tendency to feel a sense of dread when confronted by the onset of puberty. That dread seems particularly acute among fathers with growing daughters, presumably because they lack a frame of reference and because puberty in girls remains a borderline taboo subject (for a host of cultural […]

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How music changes your mood?.

Music stimulates the part of the brain that produces the dopamine hormone. This hormone affects emotional behavior and mood. The influence of music is both behavioral and neural. That is, this means that music not only affects the mood but also affects what we cannot control ourselves.Music is not only […]

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Education for Development

It’s not possible to predict all future educational issues, or know every detail of the sector’s current situation, but in the process of applying for teacher training some research will go a long way in demonstrating your enthusiasm and impressing potential employers.Recruiters are looking to see how much you’re engaging […]

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Film industry in covid-19 crisis.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had an impact on nearly all aspects of our lives, and the film industry is no exception.Movie theaters are by nature a high-risk environment, as they often pack hundreds of people into a small space together for extended periods of time. Additionally, it can be difficult […]

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World music dayđŸŽ¶

The first World Music Day was observed and celebrated on the Summer Solstice in France in the year 1982 when the former French minister of art and culture, Jack Lange, along with Maurice Fleuret started the FĂȘte de la Musique in Paris. Starting from 1982, the summer solstice day of […]

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International yoga day.

International Day of Yoga is celebrated with much fervour every year on June 21.Since 2015, International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on June 21. The United Nations has marked the day to raise awareness about the many benefits of practising Yoga for people all over the world. Know this […]

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Father’s day.

Father’s Day was first celebrated in 1972 when US President Richard Nixon signed a declaration for it. The history of Father’s Day dates back to 1908 when Sonora Smart Dodd celebrated it to honour her father. Father’s Day is celebrated to acknowledge the efforts of fathers and to thank them […]

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Pride month 🌈.

Pride Month is a month-long observance in celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people—and the history, culture, and contributions of these people and their communities.Pride Month takes place every year in June. It is not limited to people with these sexualities or gender identities. Pride Month also celebrates […]

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Climatic changes during lockdown.

The COVID-19 lockdown has affected the environment in a number of ways.The first is a reduction in air travel and associated emissions. Globally, air travel accounts for around 12% of the transport sector’s greenhouse gas emissions and this was predicted to rise. An ongoing reduction in air travel would lead […]

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Abdul kalam’s vision 2020.

The nation remembers its 11th President, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam in many forms – missile man, space scientist, nuclearization leader and people’s President. But one common trait which runs through all his roles was his unflinching optimism and devotion to being productive for the nation. The year 2020 marks a […]

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Deforestation.

Deforestation is the permanent removal of trees to make room for something besides forest. This can include clearing the land for agriculture or grazing, or using the timber for fuel, construction or manufacturing. After oceans, forests are the largest storehouses of carbon. But we’re losing forests at an alarming rate.Two-thirds […]

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How to control cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. When a young person uses the Internet or technology to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person, this person is called a cyberbully. Typically, cyberbullying involves tweens and teens; but it’s not uncommon for adults […]

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Why sleeping is so important?

Sleeping is an important role in every living beings.Sleep is an essential function that allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up. Healthy sleep also helps the body remain healthy and stave off diseases. Without enough sleep, the brain cannot function properly. […]

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Sustainable living by Laurie Baker.

What is sustainable living? Sustainable living means we prioritize the use of natural and renewable resources instead of creating excess waste and depleting environmental resources for future generations. When a community practices sustainable living, they help the environmental quality. Maintaining a sustainable lifestyle helps reduce your carbon footprint. When a […]

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Life without internet.

Life without internet is the nightmare that terrifies every self-respecting human being.It may seem like an impossible feat but here’s the truth dear reader: living without wifi at home is doable and not a prison sentence of any kind. Although you can’t even imagine it, that time existed. These are […]

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Women empowerment.

Women’s empowerment can be defined to promoting women’s sense of self-worth, their ability to determine their own choices, and their right to influence social change for themselves and others. Women’s empowerment and promoting women’s rights have emerged as a part of a major global movement and is continuing to break […]

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Challenges faced by insurance companies during covid.

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically reshaped global insurance markets. Due to the COVID-19 disease fears push people to apply for health insurance and term life insurance.Insurers are measured by their effectiveness in handling claims during catastrophes, crises and disruptions. This means the implications are profound to insurance companies when life […]

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Why marine conservation is so important?

Marine conservation is also known as ocean conservation,is the protection and preservation of ecosystems in oceans and seas. Saving wild ocean places, for us and future generations. The Ocean is the heart of the planet. Water covers more than two-thirds of the Earth’s surface. Sea plants, like Posidonia , produce […]

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Nestle admits the truth.

NestlĂ© is the world’s largest food and beverage company. The Indian market was ranked at number 11 in terms of contribution to Nestle’s global revenue in 2020. Nestle SA said it is looking across its entire portfolio to increase the nutrient profile of its products, following international media reports that […]

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Veerayuga Nayagan Velpari – Book review.

Author : S. VenkatesanPublished : 2018. An epic novel Velpari. Velpari is one of the finest works of Sahitya Akademi Award-winning writer Su Venkatesan. Venkatesan’s Pari is a Velir tribal king, broad-shouldered, long-haired, and moustachioed.He was the patron and friend of poet Kapilar and is extolled for his benevolence, patronage […]

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Fungal disease.

Past one year we are facing many crisis all over the world. The corona virus changed our life style entirely.While COVID-19 is spreading rapidly, most people will experience only mild or moderate symptoms. That said, this coronavirus can cause severe disease in some people. Many lost their lives in corona […]

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Exams cancelled.

Due to covid-19 curfew we are not stepping out from our house. Amid rising COVID19 cases, Tamil Nadu Government has ordered the closure of all schools. So the students are attending online classes from their home. There will be no Class 12 board exams this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi […]

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