It has been over a hundred days since the nationwide lockdown was imposed, in lieu of the coronavirus scare. While restrictions have been eased, certain things are still a big no-no, one of these being reopening of educational institutions. Keeping in mind the well-being of children, most state governments announced that schools would remain closed for the foreseeable future. While the decision came as a sigh of relief for parents, the threat of dipping mental health of children looms large. … [Read more...] about Worried about your kids’ mental health? Here’s what experts recommend
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Raja and Holly's three kids -- ages 8, 5 and 2 -- are slowly absorbing that their daddy, who goes by the nickname 'Grinder' in flying circles ("Ha, long story and per traditions of call signs"), is gonna be an astronaut, helped along by a recent visit to the museum near the Johnson Space Centre, Houston. … [Read more...] about The next Indian astronaut
Following a complaint, the team led by Polavaram Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) M. Venkateswara Rao, CI A.N.N. Murthy and Buttaigudem SI Srinivas visited the spot, collected evidences and detected the case in just twelve hours, Mr. Naik said. … [Read more...] about Polavaram police solve theft case, ₹52.20 lakh cash recovered
It was in this context that he wanted the captains of industry, especially from the units that had set base in Sri City, to provide their requirements, which would be acted upon with due seriousness by the government. … [Read more...] about Industry asked to list its skill development requirements
By Guy FaulconbridgeNews organisations are being challenged by technology giants and unsettled by a broader lack of trust but they have a much deeper problem: most people don't want to pay for online news, the Reuters Institute found.Swiftly accelerating mobile internet and smartphones have revolutionised the delivery of news and destroyed the business models of many news organisations over the past 20 years, leading to falling revenues, layoffs and takeovers.The mass migration of advertising to U.S. technology giants such as Facebook, Google and Amazon has hammered revenues while more than half the world's population now has access to news via an internet connection.But will people actually pay for news? The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism said in its annual Digital News Report that most people would not pay for online news and that there had been only a small increase in the proportion of people willing to do so in the last six years.Even among those who do pay, there … [Read more...] about The media has a big problem, Reuters Institute says: Who will pay for the news?