Wednesday , 23 May 2018

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Change Manipulation To Motivation

As a working mom of three kids one thing that has become a constant in my life is how to balance the two roles in my life. How to focus on my career and personal growth without any guilt and at the same time raise three fully functioning, healthy and kind human beings. It becomes over whelming at times to ... Read More »

T-10 might harm Test format

Cricket has now entered to the business world as almost all cricket playing nations have started their individual leagues one after the other, which in fact is growing the interest of all those big fishing company owners of the world who are seeking to invest their money to earn some quality profits. Indian Premier league (IPL), Big Bash league (BBL), ... Read More »

Demise of Masood Barkati saddens Naunehal readers

Masood Ahmed Barkati, who remained the editor of Hamdard Naunehal for around 65 years, passed away at the age of 87 after a protracted illness on Sunday, leaving numerous readers of the children’s magazine saddened. According to friends and family members, Barkati, a prolific writer of children’s literature who wrote 20 books, had been ill for quite some time and died Sunday ... Read More »

New evacuations as huge Southern California fire flares up

Southern California’s most destrcutive wildfire exploded in size on Sunday and forced The so-called Thomas fire had burned about 230,000 acres by Sunday evening, making it the fifth largest wildfire in modern California history, The Los Angeles Times reported. Authroities say fire containment dropped from 15 percent to 10 percent. Overall, the fires have destroyed about 800 homes and other ... Read More »

Google ‘spying’ on Android users’ location

A new report shows that Google has been accessing data about Android users’ locations, even when the user believes that the data is being kept private. According to a report, Google has been able to access users’ data about their locations due to Android phones collecting addresses of mobile towers. That data is then sent back to Google, which may ... Read More »

Islam a part of Europe

Islam a part of Europe SINCE the 2008 financial crisis, a right-wing populism preaching exclusivist nationalism has swept across Europe. Far-right groups that once found themselves relegated to the fringes of European society have exploited the anxieties of the continent’s most disenfranchised to demonise the outsider and popularise the politics of resentment. Utilising populist rhetoric, these once-derided movements have gained ... Read More »

Convocation speaker takes on myths about Islam

Convocation speaker takes on myths about Islam Dr. Amer Ahmed delivered a stirring Maytum Convocation lecture recently at SUNY Fredonia’s King Concert Hall titled “Islam: Beyond the Myths, Breaking Down the Barriers.” Youthful, affable, charismatic, with a voice that regularly leapt from erudite to “street” in a single linguistic bound, Ahmed presented himself as the ideal spokesperson for a culture ... Read More »

EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Centennial High takes 10th in international mock trial tourney

EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Centennial High takes 10th in international mock trial tourney Centennial High School mock trial students competed against others from China, Atlanta, Florida and Texas and took 10th place out of 28 teams, coach Brett Dobson said. The team returned from the Empire San Francisco Mock Trial Tournament this weekend. “It is basically a college-level mock trial tournament for ... Read More »

The pay-gap between education’s bosses and teachers is vast and growing. Here’s what we need to do

The pay-gap between education’s bosses and teachers is vast and growing. Here’s what we need to do Some education bosses earn more than 13 times as much as an NQT. Have they lost sight of the noble foundations of the welfare state, asks one celebrated educationalist It was the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s email subject line – “We are a supporter ... Read More »

BAN ON SALE AND SLAUGHHTER OF CATTLE TRIGGERS MOBOCRACY

BAN ON SALE AND SLAUGHHTER OF CATTLE TRIGGERS MOBOCRACY By Dr Mazoor Alam Former Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir At this critical juncture in the history of India when the liberal  and secular values  of Indian civilization are under siege and Indian Muslims and Dalits are being mercilessly lynched and killed by the  “Gao Raksha” or Vigilantes  Indian Muslims  cannot ... Read More »