Rajesh Grover

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4 Ways of Choosing Happiness from Within

<i>What makes you happy?</i><p>Reflect on what you’ve done today. <i>What do your behaviors say about your approach to happiness?</i><p>These are the question I usually …

9 easy ways to make 2018 full of lovely little wins

ad feature<p><b>Forget a mindfulness app or a colouring book, it’s easy to make 2018 a year full of lovely little wins, and it’s just as sweet as you’d</b> …

4 Powerful Lessons You Gradually Learn as You Let Go of the Past

If somebody is working on themselves and changing for the better, it’s unnecessary to keep bringing up their past. People can change and grow. You …

Boats

Google Cloud to expand infrastructure with new regions, submarine cables

In a blogpost, Google has announced that it has plans to expand cloud infrastructure by 2019. The tech giant will lay 3 undersea cables in order to …

The new world order is here

A new world order is unfolding — one no longer clearly dominated by America and its values.<p>That might seem hyperbolic, but it's not. The world is …

IBM and Maersk Are Creating a New Blockchain Company

IBM and Danish shipping giant Maersk are teaming up to form a new company whose aim is to commercialize blockchain technology—the nifty, shared …

How to ‘unf—k yourself’ at work, in a relationship and in life

‘Unf—k Yourself’ author Gary John Bishop tells Moneyish tips on changing the way you think to live your best life<p>It’s time to unf—-k yourself.<p>Life is …

Six in 10 classical music workers harassed, UK survey finds

Incorporated Society of Musicians study finds 70% of self-employed workers in industry said they had been harassed<p>Six out of 10 people who work in the classical music sector have been victims of discrimination and sexual harassment, according to a study.<p>About 60% of respondents said they had been …

This Is What It's Actually Like to Live With Bipolar Disorder

A lot of people only know bipolar disorder as it's shown on TV or in movies. You know the trope: One minute characters are catatonically depressed, …

The emotional benefits of small talk outweigh your fear of being awkward

At an early age, you’re taught not to talk to strangers. Originally meant to protect us from childhood harm, this rule follows most of us into adulthood.<p>We keep to ourselves in public places. We avert our eyes on public transport. We stand frozen in the corners of cocktail parties and extended …

Psychology

Put Down Your Phone: Why Presence Is the Best Gift You’ll Ever Give

<b>“When you love someone, the best thing you can offer is your presence. How can you love if you are not there?” ~Thich Nhat Hanh</b><p>The only thing worse …

Positive Thinking

Charles Manson: A Life in Pictures

12 Must-Read Books If You Love Murder on the Orient Express

More locked-room mysteries for <i>Murder on the Orient Express</i> fans

The uncertain future of handwriting

Computers and tablets are changing how we write – will the ability and need to wield a pen die out altogether?<p>We're told that writing is dying. Typing on keyboards and screens dominates written communication today. Even scribbling a signature has become rarer due to the prevalence of chip-and-pin …

University of Washington

Are sugar alternatives really any healthier than the white stuff?

Sugar gets a bad rap – and I say that as someone who has lived a low-sugar life for the past five years. Not because eating too much sweet stuff isn’t bad for you: it is. In fact, a high-sugar diet can have devastating consequences on a person’s health over time. But a bad rap because, over the …

11 Little Mental Health Tips That Therapists Actually Give Their Patients

The goal of therapy is to give you the tools and strategies for navigating whatever is going on in your life—from stress or relationship issues to …

The Man Behind India's Favorite Snack Foods

Almost in his 70s, Sadananda Maiya has spent his life revolutionizing instant meals. Now he's ready to do it again<p>T<b>hree years ago</b>, I packed my …

South India

It's better to understand something than to know it

“Knowing” and “understanding” are related concepts, but they’re not the same. Each is a distinct mental state involving cognitive grasp: Knowing is static, referring to discrete facts, while understanding is active, describing the ability to analyze and place those facts in context to form a big …

Scientific Research

Highlights from Trump’s Visit to Asia: Pictures

“Spiritual but not religious”: inside America's rapidly growing faith group

A new poll finds almost one in five Americans is spiritual but not religious.<p>Ava Lee Scott, an actress and theater-maker in New York, doesn’t practice an organized religion. Raised in both Catholic and Jewish traditions, Scott’s own spiritual life is far more eclectic. She studies ancient …

Exclusive: How Saudi Arabia turned on Lebanon's Hariri

BEIRUT (Reuters) - From the moment Saad al-Hariri’s plane touched down in Saudi Arabia on Friday Nov. 3, he was in for a surprise.<p>A poster depicting Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, who has resigned from his post, is seen in Beirut, Lebanon, November 10, 2017. REUTERS/Aziz Taher<p>There was no …

Middle East

Do you know enough basic anatomy to keep yourself healthy? It's time to find out.

Because most people don't.<p>About 17 percent of men in the U.K. don’t know they have a prostate. Only one in two knows where the prostate is, and over 90 percent don’t actually know what it does. And lest you think we’re picking on men, another poll found that half of young women can’t locate the …

Immune System

One region is growing older a lot faster than anywhere else in the world

As recently as 1975, the median person in East Asia was younger than the world as a whole. Now, the world’s median age is 30 and the median person in East Asia is 38, according to the latest data from the United Nations<p>In other words, if the world is a millennial then East Asians belong to …

What Is "The Satisfaction Factor" & Why Does It Matter So Much

This morning, I had an unusual breakfast: an apple and a scoop of peanut butter. Not an unusual pairing, per se, but I normally go for a much more …

15 Personal Development Quotes to Help You Invest in Yourself

The importance of personal development can’t be overstated. It’s the secret to separating yourself from the pack, the bridge that carries you toward …

Delhi's deadly smog is a perfect example of everything that's wrong with India

It is shocking but not surprising: for the last few years, smog over large swathes of north India heralds the winter.<p>Everybody knows it will happen. We know that come November, the air quality index will shoot through the charts. And the failure to prevent this massive public health emergency, year …

India

GE's $100 Billion Wipeout Heralds Reckoning for an American Icon

Few under the age of 30 might remember, but General Electric Co. was once a model of corporate greatness.<p>Back in 1999, when Steve Jobs was still …

Stock Markets

Saudi Arabia Has Shaken Up The Middle East — This Is How

Tensions mounted in the region following the abrupt resignation of Lebanon’s prime minister Saad Hariri and an extraordinary purge of royal family members, including a billionaire prince, in Saudi Arabia.<p>BEIRUT — A leading Saudi royal was killed in a plane crash on Sunday, a day after the …

Scientists find key to unwanted thoughts

<b>Have you ever wanted to stop ruminating on something and just been unable to?</b><p>Scientists could have the secret. They have identified a chemical in the brain's "memory" region that allows us to suppress unwanted thoughts.<p>The discovery may help explain why some people can't shift persistent intrusive …

Neuroscience

Relax, You Don’t Need to ‘Eat Clean’

We talk about food in the negative: What we shouldn’t eat, what we’ll regret later, what’s evil, dangerously tempting, unhealthy.<p>The effects are more insidious than any overindulgent amount of “bad food” can ever be. By fretting about food, we turn occasions for comfort and joy into sources of fear …

High Blood Pressure