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Pandemic Life Two other work modules open in New Town

Startups looking for affordable office space now have two more options in New Town. Hidco’s first Happy Works work package opened in August, across from Coal Bhavan. On Friday, two more doors opened. One is opposite Eco Park’s Seven Wonders attraction while the second is next to Sankalpa 2, a …

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When autonomy improves team performance – and when it doesn’t

From GitHub to Google, companies are increasingly adopting policies that allow teams substantial autonomy over both who they work with and what they work on. It can help employees feel more involved in their work, thereby stimulating creativity and innovation, but recent research suggests it’s easy to go too far …

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Mental Health Is… Doing Your Best | Health and wellness services

Whether it’s for assignments, presentations or upcoming exams, finals can be demanding on our mind and body. As our schedules fill up and we rush into Finals week, self-care may be one of the last things on our minds. No matter what your finals look like this semester, here are …

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Falguni Nayar becomes India’s richest self-made woman with $ 7 billion

Falguni Nayar Falguni Nayar has joined the rarefied ranks of self-made billionaire women after the Indian beauty start-up she founded went public and quickly doubled in her business debut. Now she’s encouraging more women to take control. Ms Nayar heads Indian firm FSN E-Commerce Ventures, which raised 53.5 billion Indian …

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West Island Community Calendar for the week of November 25

Groups and clubs The Lakeshore Camera Club welcomes photographers of all levels who wish to learn and exchange ideas with others. Meetings are held every Monday evening (until June 6) at 7:30 pm They will begin with online meetings, but plan to return to Stewart Hall in Pointe-Claire when conditions …

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“Industries will only progress when farmers are successful”

Business office: The Agricultural and Rural Development Forum of the Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) recently held a workshop on “Industry Contribution to Agricultural Economy Reforms” in Mahalgaon, Nagpur. The session was organized with the intention of informing farmers about government plans; marketing of agricultural products; progressive marketing; “Goushala – A …

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“Am I an alcoholic? »: The blurred line between a daily drink and a drinking problem | Xavier Mulenga

Almost every day someone walks into my office and asks, “Am I an alcoholic?” Or “Do you think I have a problem with alcohol?” And sometimes, “My partner says I drink too much.” Alcohol is a drug with its roots in Australian life. If you are happy, sad, bored, got …

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Tour Championship weekend contenders all had to mentally prepare for the opportunity | Golf News and Tour Information

NAPLES, Fla — The scrutiny, the stories and the eyes focused on Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko ahead of the CME Group Tour Championship. Their ways of beating the world caught attention as they won 27% of the LPGA events between them, and Korda won the gold medal at …

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What is behind the rapid demise of the delta variant in Japan? It could be a self-extinction.

Why has the fifth and largest wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Japan, driven by the supercontagious delta variant, suddenly come to an end following a seemingly unrelenting rise in new infections? And what made Japan different from other developed countries that are now seeing a new wave of new …

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With aquaponics, producers chart a self-guided journey towards improving and uplifting the community

Davis, who is partnering with three local elementary schools to host field farm days and school learning programs, says he’s ready to build a bigger greenhouse that can facilitate a more efficient grow space and educational tours. Kindergarten to Grade 12 school programs have generated a sustained interest in aquaponics …

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