Wednesday, October 20, 2021


Remote work make Indian workers feel lonely, stressed: LinkedIn

The findings showed that only one in four (23 per cent) professionals in the country were being offered emotional well-being initiatives and flexible work hours by their employers in the early months of the lockdown.

Older adults using cannabis to treat health conditions

The study was published online in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.

5 ways to style a classic ban collar shirt

To let it all fall in place, keep the buttons neatly closed and enhance the look with a solid pocket square.

A guide to help revive monsoon damaged hair

We roped in experts at Kama Ayurveda to share some do it yourself tricks after months of monsoon damage on your mane.

Tara Sutaria’s secret mantra behind her luscious locks

The actor asks girls who aspire to sport great hair to keep it simple and natural

Is it possible to develop a healthy relationship with Social Media?

Here are few things Luke Coutinho, Holistic Lifestyle Coach - Integrative Medicine shares to remember while developing this relationship:

ZEISS joins Microsoft for data-driven healthcare

By standardiding its equipment and processes on Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud platform, ZEISS will be able to provide its customers with enhanced digital experiences, address changing market needs more quickly and increase its productivity.

Titan, Montblanc joint venture to end in December

Titan said its decision to exit the joint venture agreement was driven by the company's consolidation strategy to focus on their primary business and proprietary brands.

Urban air pollution may make COVID-19 more deadly: Study

The two indicators can imply the biological susceptibility to deaths from COVID-19 and offer information of the severity of the COVID-19 deaths in the general population, respectively.

Your favourite fashion loyalty programme launches in India

The membership programme, H&M Member, is designed on the principle of relationship-building while focusing on the need for personalisation.

General anesthesia may not raise dementia risk: Study

According to the study, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, cognitive changes are commonly observed in older adults following surgical procedures.

Gitanjali Devashray: Students’ eloquence at its zenith

The participants from the four Houses were judged by Anjali Sharma, Headmistress and Sabrina Gardner Pre-Primary-in charge.

An unparalleled accomplishment

Prathamesh Pilanke, a former student of PMS secured All India 13th rank in the JEE Advanced 2020, results

Recognizing the role of teachers during pandemic

Students of PMS Bowenpally spoke on how the theme aims to promote the role of the teachers during the pandemic and how they have adapted themselves to being promoters of remote learning.

Art speaks the language of heart

Overall September tickled the minds of parents and kids to explore creativity in them.
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