Art and Culture

Saudi Arabia, officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, is a country in western Asia constituting the bulk of Arabian peninsula. With Riyadh as its capital, the country has gone through an immense amount of changes in terms of its politics, culture, human rights, and education. While some of its features make Saudi Arabia stand out, there are many factors which makes it unappealing...

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Evolution of language

  Reading books are one of the best hobbies anyone can have. Books are our best companions who will never go away from you even in your bad times. India has given great epics to the whole world like The Ramayana, The Mahabharata, The Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads. Books can give wings to our minds which mean, they motivate us. There are different genres of books...

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Starting a life different from sports dreams

The civilised world always gives respect to sports and games. There has been a glorious tradition of living recognition to athletes, games, and sports. Sports are an important part of human life and activities. It is said, “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy”. Books and learning are necessary for mental growth, whereas, games and sports are necessary for our mental and...

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Making a book to the New York Times bestseller rejoices an author to the highest level. It makes the moment memorable for him, and the book memorable for all. It gives the author broader industry recognition, establishes him as a major thought leader, smoothens out his future contracts with established printing houses, and most importantly boosts the sales making it a deal worth million dollars....

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With more than a dozen awards for his efforts to reduce the crime rate at underprivileged locations and eighty plus scholarly journal articles, fifty book chapters, and dozens of commentaries, editorials, and monographs to his name, Anthony Braga is an enthusiast of reducing violence in communities. Professor and Director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice of the Northeastern University, Braga has worked with...

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In the world of instant access to the information and the exposure to the social media containing pictures, news, and videos of different parts of the world create a certain view or image of a particular place or perhaps sometimes the trending Instagram-worthy pictures lie into a particular part without showing much of the whole scenario, which makes us unaware of the hidden side of...

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co-op

Jackson Ibelle, a Northeastern University student, and his co-op life took a ‘foodie’ turn when he found out he was assigned to be responsible for organising the biggest fundraiser of that year, by the name ‘The Foodie Crawl’. His co-op was with East Somerville Main Streets, which is a nonprofit organisation, striving to improve the life of East Somerville Community. “I grew up in a...

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predictable

Albert-László Barabási is a popular network scientist, who writes books on some of the most intriguing topics. In fact, the latest book of this Northeastern University’s scientist focuses on how much human behaviour is predictable. The book ‘Bursts: The Hidden Pattern Behind Everything We Do’ and its publication, was preceded by a web experiment, which will sort of explain how networking basically works.   This web experiment...

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Who knew any category of houses would have a movement dedicated to them? Tiny houses have achieved just that with the tiny-house movement or the "small-house movement", an architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in smaller homes.   We all know minimalism is the new trend, but tiny houses take it to a whole new level. Combining small living spaces with the childhood dream of...

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