Word of the Day commensurate (kəmɛnsərət , कमेन्सरट / कमेन्सरिट / कमेन्सरिट) Example Usually, in big companies, the salary paid to an employee is commensurate with his or her abilities. Definition adjective corresponding in size or degree or extent"pay should be commensurate with the time worked" Quote of the Day “The season of failure is the... Continue Reading →

10 Ways That Tuberculosis Shaped Victorian Society

10 Ways That Tuberculosis Shaped Victorian Society by Luisa Hagele fact checked by Jamie Frater Alongside diseases like cholera and smallpox, tuberculosis was one of the world’s biggest killers during the 19th century. Anyone unfortunate enough to contract the illness often didn’t survive it. Also known as “Consumption” or the “White Plague,” its symptoms made it easy... Continue Reading →

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Press Information Bureau Government of India Dear Dhananjaya Parkhe This email has been sent by PIB on your request to subscribe PIB releases. •Secretary MoEFCC Participates in a Session on Long Term Strategy on Adaptation and Adaptation Readiness in India at India Pavilion •A Three-day National Workshop on Localization of Sustainable Development Goals (LSDGs) in Gram... Continue Reading →

Placebos and Objective Reality : Seth Godin’s Blog newsletter

* Placebos and objective reality [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=193106026&f=1081591&c=8900776&u=5102652 ] A placebo is a human intervention that changes the story we tell ourselves. And those stories are powerful. They can alleviate pain, make wine taste better, improve our golf swing and even grow hair. Because the placebo is so powerful, we spend a lot of time and money on... Continue Reading →

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