Tag Archives: How

Weather’s Changing: Here’s How You Can Keep From Falling Sick As Per Ayurveda!

It is almost time we witness bright sunny days; heat waves are ready to roll in and we can already feel it. Those long leisurely (read: sweaty) days of summer will soon call for sipping on chilled lemonade and binging on everything cool. Along with some of the good things that summer brings, chances of getting sick will increase. According ... Read More »

How to send Android SMS messages with Amazon Echo, and why it’s a big deal

If you got a Google Home Mini to go with your Android phone this Christmas, one of the first things you probably asked it to do was send a text. But instead of asking what you wanted to say, your Google Home said this: Sorry, I can’t send texts yet. But starting today, if you ask the same question to your Amazon Echo, it ... Read More »

How Modi’s big announcement will improve higher education

By B Venkatesh Kumar, Alan Ruby and Matthew Hartley Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s centenary address at the University of Patna in Bihar included the announcement of a competition to identify 20 Indian universities that have potential to become “world class”. Offering them financial support and “unshackling” them from regulations and restrictions, they will be free to develop their own roadmaps and pursue ... Read More »

Excel Pivot Tables: How to create better reports

Excel created pivot tables to improve upon its convoluted, weak reporting features (which are still available). The pivot table is actually a collection of tools that Excel uses to help you create better reports from complex, multi-file spreadsheet data. You filter, sort, reorganize, calculate, and summarize your spreadsheet databases, then extract specific information into a report. For example, your spreadsheet may ... Read More »

KTET Hall Ticket 2017: KTET 2017 Admit Card released; here’s how to download it

1. Open the official website kerelapareekshabhavan.in 2. Cilck on Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test link shown on homepage of the website 3. It will redirect you to ktet.kerala.gov.in 4. Click on “Download Hall Ticket for KTET 2017” 5. Once you click, a new window will open 6. Enter your application ID, application number and the category for which you have applied and ... Read More »

How Social Media is Revolutionizing the Wedding Industry

For better or worse, social media is affecting the way we live our lives; everything from the everyday to the once-in-a-lifetime has felt the weight of social media’s heavy influence on us. Like most things these days, the wedding industry hasn’t been immune to the power of social media, and for every potential “pro” the power of the internet presents ... Read More »

War in 140 characters: how social media is reshaping conflict in the 21st century

A woman speaks on a mobile phone as she walks past a graffiti-covered wall with a giant hashtag sign near Moscow’s Kursky railway station on November 17, 2017. AFP/Getty Images “Social media has transformed the way that wars are waged, covered, and consumed.” David Patrikarakos, a London-based author and journalist, begins his book War in 140 Characters with this claim. Though wars are ... Read More »

Storage 101: How to store kitchen tools and flatware

They say the key to organization is a place for everything and everything in its place. This is true for even the smallest items, such as your kitchen utensils. These include your everyday flatware as well as the many small but mighty cooking tools a serious chef requires. Here are some of my favorite options for storing your utensils, in any space and ... Read More »

ESPN’s new social media policy won’t change how Adam Schefter and Woj break news

After coming under scrutiny for inconsistent enforcement of its social media policy, ESPN announced in September that it would revise the company’s guidelines. That policy was released on Thursday. In the wake of Jemele Hill’s suspension, ESPN communicated a more specific stance on political and social issues when it comes to social media. But, at first, it also appeared to change ... Read More »

How Eye Tracking Opened Up the World for a Girl With Severe Cerebral Palsy

HIGHLIGHTS Ganga is a teenager who lives in Kolkata She suffers from severe cerebral palsy The eye tracking device has helped her communicate Ganga is a teenager who suffers from severe cerebral palsy. She can’t move her arms or legs much and she lacks fine motor control that most people take for granted. Even if she wants to speak, or move ... Read More »