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Blogger Aakriti Rana talks about her success in the field of blogging

As far as blogging is concerned, Aakriti Rana is one of the top names in the business. She is very popular among the youth, thanks to her exceptional blogging skills. With being a fashion blogger, she is also a travel influencer who is making a positive impact on social media. She feels that influencers can act as a medium to ... Read More »

5 trends that define the online gaming sector in India

India’s economy might be slowing down, but its online gaming industry is going through a boom never seen before. Riding on the mobile and internet revolution sweeping the country, online gaming now cuts across ages and socio-economic groups. Nearly 60 percent of India’s online gamers are below the age of 24, according to industry estimates. Young internet users have a higher propensity to play ... Read More »

Growing up in air-polluted areas linked to mental health issues

A coal-fired power plant in Glenrock, Wyoming. Photograph: J David Ake/AP People who spend their childhood in areas with high levels of air pollution may be more likely to later develop mental disorders, research suggests. Air pollution has become a matter of growing concern as an increasing number of studies have found links to conditions ranging from asthma to dementia and various types of cancer. There are ... Read More »

Blogging tips for the new age influencers in 2019 by Devina Malhotra Chadha

Devina Malhotra Chadha. The Year 2019 has been a crucial one for social media stars and influencers. With focus shifting from writing long blogposts to making quick 1-minute videos to mi-cro-blogging on the go, the industry has witnessed a huge transformation from its early days. Creating branded content has become just as professional as shooting a film- the crew maybe ... Read More »

AFL takes lead on mental health issues in positive if long overdue move

 Jack Steven told his St Kilda teammates in February he would take time away from the game to deal with mental health issues. Photograph: Jonathan DiMaggio/AFL Photos/via Getty Images In 2016, Tom Boyd wrote his name into the folklore of the Western Bulldogs when he helped bring the AFL premiership cup to Whitten Oval. His fourth-quarter goal from outside the 50m arc ... Read More »

The worst villain in gaming lurks in a hugely popular match-3 game

Who is the worst villain in gaming? Whatever clever answer you have is wrong. There is a truly malicious presence I must warn you about. That’s right, I’m talking about Austin the rat bastard butler from Gardenscapes and Homescapes. If you’re not one of the millions of people who play Gardenscapes and Homescapes, you’d probably recognize how to play it immediately if you saw it. It’s ... Read More »

Kashmir turmoil escalates as mobile internet service snapped in Valley | Top developments

The Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) government on Sunday partially snapped mobile Internet services and imposed restrictions on the movement of people in Srinagar and the Kashmir Valley. The pilgrims of the Amarnath Yatra, which was supposed to continue till August 15, and the tourists were also asked to leave the Kashmir Valley within 24 hours. According to the reports, section ... Read More »

Blogging In 2019: How To Start A Successful Musician Blog

Blogging is now seen as an actual job rather than just a hobby, and while most musicians are currently focusing on growing their fanbase on Soundcloud, you must not forget that a music blog has many advantages when it comes to getting exposure and increasing your audience. Here’s a guide for every beginner blogger on how to start a successful ... Read More »

PUBG Mobile Lite Launched in India for Phones With Less Than 2GB of RAM: Everything You Need to Know

PUBG Mobile Lite is now available in India. Less than a month after PUBG Lite for PC beta version was launched for the Indian users, Tencent Games has released the lite version of its PUBG Mobile in the country. The India launch of the game comes almost a year after PUBG Mobile Lite made its debut in the Google Play ... Read More »

Students can now take ‘mental health days’ off from school in Oregon—here’s why

As the amount of money companies spend on the mental health of their employees continues to rise, there has been a movement among workersand employers alike to make mental health a priority and even to destigmatize such issues with “mental health days” off for professionals. Now the trend seems to be making its way into schools too. A new Oregon law allows students there ... Read More »